Page 8, 14th December 1956

14th December 1956
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PRIESTS FOR REFUGEES

TWO Hungarian priests have

reached this country from Belgium to work for a few weeks among the [1,000 refugees newly arrived here.

They are Fr. Frank Lakatos and Fr. Laszlo Varga, a Jesuit. One may go to Aldershot, where many of the refugees are still in transit camps.

Only four Hungarian priests are normally resident in this country: Fr. Anton Molnar in London, Fr. Louis Kovacs, Fr. Francis Horvath and Fr. George Tutto, all three of whom work in the Nottingham diocese.

Five coachloads of pilgrims, including several Hungarian refugees, travelled from London to the Carmelite Priory at Aylesford on Saturday to pray for suffering Hungary.

Fr. Anton Molnar, Hungarian Chaplain in London, said Mass and, in a sermon, compared the strong devotion to Our Lady V, hiCh exists both in England and in H ungary.




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