Archbishop Godfrey of West. 'Waster. Wednesday: Assists at Education Day Mass. Cathedral, 6 p.m, Thursday: Attends day of recollection at the Sacred Heart Convent, Hammersmith, 11.30 am. Friday, May 23: Confirmation at SS. Michael and Martin, Hounslow, 6.30 p.m.
Archbishop Grlmshaw of Binning
ham.-Sundoy: Addresses Marian Rally, King's Hall, Belle Vue. Manchester, 3 p.m. Tuesday: Celebrates Mass, St. Bede's College, Leamington, on occasion of official opening, 10.30 a.m. Wednesday: Oseotian Society annual general meeting, Oscott College, Sutton Coldfield, 12 noon. Friday, May 23: Confirmation for children and Pontifical Benediction, Cathedral, 4 p.m. Saturday, May 24: Lays foundation stone, new church, Pershore, 3.30 p.m.
Archbishop King, Bishop of Portsmouth. Tomorrow (Saturday): Clothing . ceremony, St. Michael's, Waierlooville. Sunday: Confirmation, St. Ssvithun's, Southsca. Thursday: Opens new chapel. Poor Clercs' convent, Southampton. Sunday, May 25: Confirmation, Corpus Christi, North End, Portsmouth, 3 p.m.
Bishop Ellis of Nottingham.Sunday! Solemn opening and Blessing of new church hall, Heanor, 9.30 a.m.; visitation and Confirmation, Our Lady of Good Counsel, Eastwood, Notts, 3.30 p.m.
Sunday : Visitation, Our Lady's. Chesham Bois, 10.15 a.m.; Confirmation, 3.30 p.m. Thursday: Attends Mayoral Reception, Northampton. p.m. Sunday, May 25: Sings Mass and imparts Papal Blessing, Cathedral, 11 a.m.; Confirmation, 3.30 p.m.
Bishop Petit of Menevla.-Sunday: In 1_ ourdes with the National Pilgrimage. Whit Sunday. May 25: Confirmation, Wrexham, 3 p.m.
Bishop Rudderham of Clifton.Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation. St. Mary's, Swindon, 3.30 p.m. Thursday: Presides at Elections, Convent of the Visitation, Castle Cary.
Bishop Cowderoy of Southwark.Sunday: Says Mass at the new centre on Kingston Hill. 9 a.m.: visitation and Confirmation. South Croydon, 4 p.m. Wednesday: Confirmation, Barrow Hills, 3.30 p.m.; visitation and Confirmation. Cranleigh, 7.30 p.m. Thursday: Visitation and Confirmation, Chilworth, 7 pen.
Brentwood.-Canon John Walsh. of Grays, has been appointed to the Chapter in succession to the late Canon Holmes. Fr. Vincent Hurley. of Manor Park. and Fr. Bereard Manning, of Colchester, have been appointed honorary canons.
Nottingham.-The following were raised to the diaconate last Sunday at St. Joseph's College (Holy Ghost Fathers). Upton Hall, Nr. Southwell, Notts: Rcvv. Denis Cronin (Cork), Thomas Flynn (Cork), Thomas Quinn (Letx), Andrew O'Sullivan (Belfast and Coventry), Thomas Friery (Liverpool), Bernard Bickerdike (Barrow-in-Furness). The Bishop also ordained the Rev. Michael Steppard of Woodscats, near Sheffield, to the diaconate for the Nottingham diocese. Rome.-The following students at the Venerable English College, Rome, were ordained in the chapel of the Roman Seminary by Archbishop Traglia, Vicegerent of Rome, on Sunday, May 4: Deacons: Revs'. Michael Bowen (Southwark) and Brian McNamara (Hexham and Newcastle). Sul-ideacons: RCM Richard Lang and Anthony Philpot (Northampton). Basil Loftus (Leeds) and Leo Mooney (Southwark),
Brentwood.-Mass on Sunday at Mrs. Hinchliffe, Layer BRIO% at 8.30 axe, and the British Legion Club, Tiptree, at 10 a.m.: and at the Women's Institute, Thorpe-le-Soken, at 8.30 a.m., and the Village Hall, Great Bentley, at 10.15 a.m. Next week the mission will visit Tollesbury and Wivenhoe Nottingham.-Mass on Sunday at Village Hall, Bottesforcl, at 8 a.m.; at Village Hall, Barkston, at 10.30 a.m., and at Village Hall, Billesdon, at 6 p.m. Next week, Er. Murray, S.L.J., will visit Buckminster and Ancaster.
Nottingham.-Mass on Sunday at Sutton-on-Trent at 8.30 a.m.; at Collingham at 10.30 a.m.; and at Holton-le-Clay at 5 p.m. During the week Fr. Nicholson, S.C.J., will visit Grainthorpe area. Shrewsbury.-Macs on Sunday in Pontesbury at 10 am. and in Peatonstrand at 4 p.m. Next week the mission will visit Grafton and Ruyton XI Towns. Northampton.-Mass on Sunday at Village Hall, Wickham Market, Suffolk. at 9 a.m.; at Williamson's, White House, Saxmundham, at 11 a.m.; and at Duk's. Orchard Lane, Prestwood. Bucks. at 9 a.m.
Southwark. Mass on Sunday at the Old House, Sandhurst, in the parish of Goudhurst, at 8.30 a.m.: at Scotts Farm, Hunton. in the parish of Maidstone. at 8.30 am.; at the King's Head. Sutton Valence, in the parish of Maidstone, at 10.30 a.m.; and at the Old Rectory, New Church, at 6.30 p.m.
Menevia.-From today (Friday) until Sunday. Fr. Conroy. C.SS.R., will visit Abersoch and Trevor; Fr. Doyle, C.SS.R., will visit Llanrhaiadr Y.M. and Black Park.
Brother Simon, F.S.C.
Brother Simon, F.S.C., the Provincial of the London Province of the de la Salle Brothers, died suddenly on Tuesday. aged 72.
Born in France in 1886, Brother Simon spent his early years in New York. He was appointed Dirwor of St. John's College, Southsca. in 1917 and remained there for 20 years. Under his headmastership the school expanded. New playing fields were acquired and Rend buildings erected. In 1936, he became headmaster of St. Joseph's College. Beulah Hill and guided the school during the hard war years. In 1945. he was appointed Provincial of the newly-formed London Province of the de la Salle Brothers, who have schools in England. the Channel Isles, and Malta. During his Provineialate. a new House of Formation was opened at Dogmersfield College, Basingstoke, and a new Training College for men opened in Malta. Graduate courses in Science were commenced for the young Brothers.
The Brentwood diocesan branch of the Catholic Women's League organised a pilgrimage to Walsingham last week. led by Bishop Wall, to celebrate the Lourdes centenary and to pray for world peace. It was attended by about 800 members and friends.