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THE CATHOLIC HERALD, Friday, Lily 11, 1938

EPISCOPAL ENGAGEMENTS

Archbishop Godfrey of Westminster.-Sunday : Holds Ordination to the priesthood, St. Joseph's College, Mill Hill, 9 a.m. Monday : Presides at annual general meeting, Crusade of Rescue, Archbishop's House, 5.30 p.m. Tuesday: Visitation and Confirmation, Wapping, 6.30 p.m. Wednesday: Presides at urinal prize-giving. St. Thomas More Secondary School, Tottenham. Thursday: Attends reception given by the Chairman of London County Council, County Hall, 7.30-8.30 p.m.

Archbishop Grimshaw of Binningharm-Sunday : Pontifical High Mass i or the British Medical Association, Cathedral, 10.30 a.m.

Archbishop King, Bishop of Portsmouth. Sunday: Profession ceremony, Redootc Convent, Bitterne, 11.30 a.m.; Confirmation at St. Edmund's (for Bitterne parish), 3,30 p.m. Friday, July 18: Attends Governors' meeting, St. Anne's Convent, Southampton. 12 p.m. Sunday. July 20; Confirmation, Our Lady's, Southbourne, 3 p.m.

Bishop Ellis of Nottingham.-Sunday : Visitation and Confirmation, Hinckley, 3.30 and 6 p.m. Wednesday: Blessing of school extension, Hathersage, 7 p.m. Thursday: Pilgrimage to Padiey Chapel, Derbyshire, in honour of English Martyrs. Saturday, July 19: Ordination at Mount St. Bernard's Abbey. Charn

wood, Leicestershire. Sunday : Visitation and Confirmation, St. Mary's, Boston, Lincs.. 3.30 p.m.

Bishop Parker of Northampton.Sunday : Ordination, St. Thomas, Woodbridge, 11.1. a.m. Wednesday: Confirmation, Holy Trinity, Dim p.m. Sunday, July 20 : Ordination, Our Lady's, Wisbech, 6 p.m.

Bishop Petit of Menevia. Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation. Milford Haven. Wednesday: Visitation and Confirmation, Llandeilo. Thursday: Visitation and Confirmation. Liandovery. 7 p.m. Sunday. July 20: Preaches at Empire Games, Cardiff.

Bishop Rodderham of Clifton. Sunday: Ordinations at Salesian Theologate, Melchet Court, Sherfield English, Cowderoy of southwerkToday (Friday): Presides at High Mass for the Children of Mary, Cathedral, 7.30 p.m, Tomorrow (Satutday): Presides at High Mass for Religious Sisters of the diocese, Cathedral, 11.30 a.m. Sunday : Presides at High Mass for diocesan Catholic Parents' and Electors' Association and preaches. Cathedral, 12 noon (to be televised by B.B.C.); Confirmation for children of Cathedral parish, Cathedral, 3.30 p.m. Tuesday: Leads diocesan pilgrimage to West Grinstead. Thursday; Ordination, Storrington. Sunday, July 20: Leads diocesan pilgrimage to Aylesfold.

Bishop Wall of Brentwood.-Sunday : Presides at visitation mass, Clacton, 11 a.m.; gives Confirmation, 2.30 p.m. Thursday: Attends Garden Party at Buckingham Palace.

. Ordinations

Nottingham. Bishop Ellis has ordained the following Holy Ghost Fathers to the priesthood at St. Joseph's College. Upton Hall, or. Southwell, Notts.: Fr. Thomas Quinn; Fr. Andrew O'Sullivan ; Fr. Thomas Flynn; Fr. Denis Cronin.

Travelling Missions

Brentwood.Mass on Sunday at Mrs. Hinchcliffe, Layer Breton, at 8,45 a.m. and at British Legion Cluh, Tiptree, at 10 a.m. Next week the mission will visit Tollesbury, Thorpe-le-Soken, and Great Bentley.

Menevla, From today (Friday) until Sunday, Fr. Aloysiu.s, O.F.M. Cap., will visit Kmnerton and Leeswood : Fr. Cuthbert, 0.F.M.CaDa will visit ,E.o Wen, Glan Conway, and Tat y Cafn.

Southwark. Mass ern Sunday at Preston Court, Preston, in the parish of Deal, at 8 a.m. and at Village Hall. Oldham, in the parish of Ashford, at 10 a.m.; and at Scotts Farm, liunton, in the parish of Maidstone. at 8.30 a.m.; at Old Forge, Matfield, in the parish of Tonbridge, at 10.30 oaft GPoatutdehnduersnt,, a6rdpe.nnx., in uthriet.p;arainshd Northampton.-Mass cm Sunday at Debenham's, Orchard House, Had 9Ieigahm.R; Hrda,li,Suffcaoidlkecut, ae! oaatd,V11134r.exf° Cambs., at 9 a.m.; and at Youth Hall, Bottisham. at It a.m.

Summer Campaign : Ends on Sunday with evening service at Burton Latimer, Northants. Begins with Mass at 6 p.m. at British Legion Hal), Wansford. Northants. Services morning and evening until Sunday. July 20, inclusive. Next Sunday: Aston Clinton, Waddesdon,

OBITUARY Fr., Bernard Smith

Fr. Bernard Smith, of St. Joseph's Society. Mill Hill, died suddenly at St. Joseph's College, Mill Hill, last Friday, aged 57.

Born in Ciiorley, and educated at St. Edward's College. Liverpool, and Mill Hill, London. he was ordained in 1926, He spent some years in missionary work among the Telugu in India, and then became a member a the organising department of the Society in Freshtield and Mill Hill. During the war he served as chaplain to the army and took part in the evacuation from Dunkirk.

Fr. Herbert H. Hudson Fr. Heibert H. Hudson, who had been in failing health for some time has died at the St. John of God Hospital, Scorton, Yorks, aged 72. A native of ilkley. he was ordained there in 1912. He served as assistant priest at St. Vincent's, Hull, Hoyland, and St. Marie's, Sheffield, before he became parish priest at Goole in 1930. Ten years later hg became chaplain to the Little Sisters of the Poor at Sheffield.

Fr. Patrick O'Rourke

Fr. Patrick O'Rourke, of the diocese of Menevia, died last week at the Franciscan Convent, Milfordon-Sea, Hants., aged 72.

Born in Mallow. Co. Cork, and educated at St. Kieran's College, Kilkenny and St. Mary's. Oscott, Fr. O'Rourke was ordained in 1924. He was parish priest of Ammanford with Ystradgynlais for 15 years. and subsequently at Milford Haven and Towyn. He retired through ill health in 1954.

Gospels for M.P.'s A society known as the Servants of Eternal Wisdom has distributed copies of the Gospels to every member of the Italian Parliament A similar distribution was made in 1949, when a few refused to receive a copy: one who accepted. Luigi Silipo, a Communist, was later received into the Church.




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