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THE BUDAPEST CONFERENCE Cardinal Primate's Deputy in London

By Catholic Herald Staff Reporter An interesting visitor to London, is Mgr. Knabel, who has been in England on behalf of Cardinal Seredyi, Archbishop of Esztergom and Prince-Primate of Hungary, in order to give all requisite information about next year's Eucharistic Congress in Budapest.

Mgr. Knabel told mc that the choice of Budapest as the venue for the Eucharistic Congress of 1938 was particularly felicitous inasmuch as next year would be the ninth centenary of the death of Saint Stephen, the patron-saint of Hungary.

Hungarian Catholics arc leaving nothing to chance and are already making elaborate preparations for what promises to be one cof the most impressive Eucharistic

Congresses yet held. The Hungarian reputetion for hospitality is a by-word.

Next Week's Conference

Budapest will be the centre of Catholic interest next week when an international meeting of Catholic Editors is to be held under the auspices of the Permanent International Commission of Directors of Catholic Newspapers.

Such well-known journalists as Abbe Merklen, Editor of La Croix, M. Desire Saly, Editor of the Hungarian Daily, Uj Nebzedek, and Fr. Muckerman, of the Radio Vatican. will form the principle continental delegation.

Great Britain will be represented by Count Michael de la Bedoyere, Editor of the Catholic Herald.




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