Page 14, 12th November 1937

12th November 1937
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Page 14, 12th November 1937 — A Broadcast from Limehouse
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A Broadcast from Limehouse

A broadcast address by Fr. C. C. Martindale, S.J., was on the air last Sunday evening from the church of Our Lady Immaculate at Limehouse, E. Until that evening it must have been many months since listeners-in had heard Fr. Martindale, who in his discourse opened upon a note of local interest and went on to point the leasion of universal dependence upon God.

A fine volume of singing formed part of the broadcast service, to which music by the bells was a preliminary. Unfortun. ately, owing to the time-table, part of the Benediction service was " faded-out "; but listeners heard a full-voiced rendering of the Credo. Impressive, too, was the congregational recitation of the acts of Faith, Hope, Sorrow and Love.




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