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cil's second Catechetical Conference will be held at St. Mary's College, Strawberry Hill, in Low Week from Wednesday, May 2, to Friday, May 4. In this conference prominence will be given to the teaching problem represented by the Catholic child in the nonCatholic school.
The number of Catholic children attending non-Catholic schools will increase greatly during the 1960's as a result of the enormous growth of the Catholic child population. In view of this, the consideration of ways in which the children can be provided with religious instruction becomes increasingly important.
The C.E.C. have sent out invitations to the conference to various bodies. Individual teachers who would like to attend should apply to the C.E.C. at 27 Great James Street, London, W.C.1, but accommodation is strictly limited.