Fr, William ROSS, oldest member of the English Province of the Society of Jesus, died at BVAOMoin College last ,seek (Thursday) aged 91. Born in Poona. India, or non-Catholic parents. Ise was receivtd into the Church ',wilier with his father when he was nine years old. Ile entered the Society of Jc-sus in 1558, and was ordained priest in 1905. He WAS a master at Beaumont college. 1906tees and at St. Francis Xavier's College, Liverpool, 1908-1910. Then he was an assistant priest at the Church of the Holy Name, Manchester, for two years and from 19121914 ;aught et 50010111TM (*.Allege. In 1914 he ioined the staff at the C'hurch of ow Sacred Heart, Accrington, but the following year was Transferred to St. Ignatius', Preston. From there he went as an Army Chaplain in September 1916 Kleine throughout the WA! in ['latex. In Mee he returned to Beaumont College as a Master and remained there until 1927 when he became pari,th priest of the Chureir of the Annunciation, Chesterfield. During his five years there. he built 'sew sehnols and a parish hall. whQn the church was handcLi over to the thocece.of Nottingham in 1932 he was annninled In the Church at the Sacred Heart, Bournemouth and eas Superior there until December 1945. when he became assistant priest at the neighbouring church of Corpus Chrial, Royer:raffle. Since 1952 he has been living at Beaumont Cullege.
Bro, Mark Alphonse Ulmer, C.S.Sp.
Brother Marie Alphonse IL:Inner, who had been a professed member of the Holy Ghost Faihers for 64 sears, died on August 4 while on holiday in France. He was 87. Born in Alsace. Brother Mane Alohense who professed in 1897. Apart from short Periods spent in the Holy Ghost Fathers' Senior Schulasticate at Kimrnagc Manor :n Dublin, he NOM MOE 01 IliS teliltiOUS life at the Junioratc of the English Prosence at Grange over Sands. He had been an outstanding example to students tor more than 60 years. said a colleaanc this week. He hnd many friends both in the diocese 01 Lancaster where he lived, and on the miseons.
Brentmood. Mass will be said this Sunday at the British Legion Club Goldhanger, 8.45 a.m.; the British Legion Club, Tollesbury. 10 a.m. Nero week Pr. Ryan. S.S.E.. visits Thorpe-Se-Sakes. Boxied, eleichamp Walter and Lamarsh.
Mencyla. This weekend Fr. Agnate., 0.F.M.Cap., visits Llanarmon-yn-lid, CRcane and Halkvn.
Menet la.-This week -end Fr. R 'soden, C.SS.R., will visit Llanalan; Fr. Maram, C.S.S.R.. will visit leriby and Newquas: Fr. Stevens, C.SS.R., will visit Tregynon. Kerry and Montgomery.
Northampton. Mass will be said on Sunday at Ruse Cottage, Low Road. Grundisbergh. Suffolk. at 5.30 a.m., and
at the Parish Hall (C. ot Saxmundham, Suffolk, at It a.m. Next week the Mission will visit the following areas: Woolpit. Suffolk. and Long Stratton. Norfolk.
Nottingham.-Mass will be said this Sunday at Welton, 8.30 a.m.; Willoughton, II a.m.: Walkeringham. 5.10 Plymoutb.-Fr. Sean Mason, M.S.F.S., says Mass this Sunday al. Beaminster (IMM Hall), 9.30 a.m.; Melbury Osmond Hirecti Acres), 11.15 a.m.; Gosage All Saints (Village Hall). 6.30 p.m. Er. Mason's address is: S. Clare's, Watts Road. •lavistock. (Tel,; TAV 2654).
Southwark.-Mass will be said this Sunday at the Chucker Hotel, Ripley, 8.30 a.m.; the Memotial Hall, Worpleselon, 10.30 a.m.: the Memolial Hall. Came. 6 tern
DIshop Parker of Northampton.Sunday: Leads National Pilgrimage to %%raisingham. High Mass. 11.30 a.m.. procession, 3 p.m. TOOSCHO : Riet.Ne, new church 'if St. Jude. VY'llittlesey. 7 p.m.
Blehop Buck or Salford. foreorrow (Saturday): Presents cheats: for Flag Day to Sister Superior of the Little Sisters of the Poor. Wednesday: Presides at meet. ing of Diocesan Finance !toed. 10.45 a.m. Thursday: Presides at Clothing and Profession ceremony. Piesentation Consent, 10 a.m.