Page 7, 15th November 1946

15th November 1946
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For Cardinal Griffin, Archbishop of Westminster: November 15, Dominican Convent, Ponsbourne Park. Gives Confirmation, 3.30 pen. November 16, St. Edmund's College, Ware. For patronal feast. November 20, C.T.S. Room, Eccleston Square. Presides at annual general meeting of St. David's Home, 5 p.m. November 21, Cathedral Hall. Presides at inaugural meeting of Westminster Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, 7 p.m.


For Mgr. Amigo, Archbishop-Bishop of Southwark: November 17. Visitation and Confirmation at Chilworth, 10.30. Visitation at Cranleigh, 4.0. November 21. Visitation and Confirmation at Horsham, 3.30.

Nottingham For Mgr. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham: November 16. Celebrates Mass at St. Barnabas Cathedral, for the Nottingham Catholic Teachers' Federation. Afternoon, opens Holy Family Church bazaar at Chesterfield, Derbyshire. November 17. Confirmation at the Church of the Blessed Virgin and Si Joseph, Osgodby, Lincs. November 19. Blesses Convent at Belper for the Franciscan Minoresses. November 20. Attends annual meeting of the Nottingham Catholic Nurses' Guild in Nottingham.

APPOINTMENTS Plymouth It is officially announced from the diocese of Plymouth that the Right Rev, Mgr. Canon Cyril F. Mahoney has been elected Vicar-Capitular of the diocese. Brentwood It is officially announced in the diocese of Brentwood that the Rev. T. Smith, parish priest at Becontree, Essex, has been appointed a member of the Breotwood Chapter.

ANNOUNCEMENTS Travelling Mission The centres to be visited this weekend by the Southwark Travelling Mission are: Knockholt and Downe, parish of Orpington, Kent. Mass will be said on Sunday, November 17, at Holly Cottage, Knockholt, at 8.30 and at Terry's Field, Downc, at 9.45. Horam, parish of Eastbourne, Sussex. Mass will be said at The Grange on Sunday at 8.30. Mass will also be said at "The Woolpack," Hurstmonceux, at 10.

Brentwood Teachers

An exhibition of aids to the teaching of religion will be made by the Brentwood Guild of Catholic Teachers, in the Guildhall, Word, on November 20 and 21.

Newman Association Mr. Arthur Lovesley will speak on "Chileā€”a Recent Visit," under the auspices of the Newman Association, at 114, Mount Street, W.1, net November 21. Mr. Beasley, Australian Resident Minister in London, will be the speaker on December 1 at 3.15 p.m The Newman Association will hold a conference on adult education in Newcastle, on November 23-24. Dr, Moore Rinvolueri and Mr. H. Pear. main will be among the speakers. Those who wish to be present should write to Miss W. Carey, 8, Broomfield Avenue, Walkerville-on-Tyne.

Birmingham Youth

Canon O'Reilly will be the third speaker at the " Catholic Marriage and Family Life " course, organised by Birmingham Regional Catholic Youth Council. The meeting will be at St. Chad's School Halt, November 17, 3.30 p.m., and the subject " Fidelity."


Fr. T. J. Fitzgerald, rector of the Church of St. Mary and St. Michael, Stepney, will conduct the evening service on Sunday, November 17, at 7.45 p.m. (Home Service).

L.S.E. Catholic Society London School of Economies Catholic Society will, on November 26, hold a meeting at the School, Houghton Street, Aldwych, to celebrate the silver jubilee of the Catholic Workers' College. Fr. Leo O'llea, S.J., will be the main speaker.

St. David's Home The annual general meeting of the committee of St. David's Home, Ealing, will be held on November 20, at 18, Eccleston Square, S.W.1, at 5 p.m. His Eminence the Cardinal will preside.

Vigil Society Mr. T. S. Gregory, editor of the Dublin Review, will lecture on "The Travels of Aeneas," at thu City Literary Institute, Stukeley Street, W.C.2, on Saturday, November 16, at 3 p.m. Admission free. Non-members welcome.

Nottingham Becket School Old Boys' Association was restarted at a meeting last Saturday. The Rev. Fr. A. Beck, A.A., the headmaster, presided. It was decided to revive the cricket, football, and sports clubs and to promote social events. A roll of honour or Becket boys who fell in the war is to be Placed on the school staircase. Fr. Beck was elected president of the Association, with Fr. P. Gilbert, A.A., as

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