BISHOPS' ENGAGEMENTS Southwark
For Archbishop Amigo, Bishop of Southwark: Sun., Sept. 18. Attends Canterbury pilgrimage. Sat.. Sept. 24. Ordinations at St. John's Seminary, Wonersh.
For Mgr. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham: Sat., Sept. 17. Presides at Union of Catholic Mothers' rally at Melbourne Hall, Derbyshire, at 3 p.m. Sun., Sept. 18. Visitation and Confirmation, St. Patrick's, Har%North, Notts.
APPOINTMENTS Southwark 'The following appointments are officially announced in the diocese of Southwark: Mgr. C. Constable to be parish priest of Reigate; the Rev. B. Wall to be rector of St. John's Seminary, Wonersh; the Revv. A. Sillem and D. Fogarty to the staff of St. John's Seminary; J. Veal to the staff of St. Joseph's College, Mark Cross; H. Clarke and T. Connelly to the staff of John Fisher School, Purley; J. Stapleton to the staff of St. Peter School, Guildford; the Rev. A. Iggleden to Rome for Higher Studies; the Rev. C. Hastings to be rector of Ash; the Rev. B. Grady to be rector of Mayfield; the Rev. J. O'Donnell to be rector of West Wimbledon; the Rev. D. Leahy to be vicarius substifus of Woking. Assistants: the Rev. P. J. O'Connor to Sutton; M. Murphy to Addiscombe; K. Allan to the Catholic Missionary Society.
Hexham and Newcastle The following appointments are announced in the diocese of Hexham and Newcastle: the Rev. H. Mackin, of St. Patricia, Consett, has been appointed to the new parish of lsobley Hill, Gateshead. formerly served from St. Philip Neri's, Dunston; the Rev. T. Carhill, of St. Mary's Cathedral, Newcastle, to be parish priest of St. Joan's, Teams, Gateshead, formerly served from St. Philip's; the Rev. D. O'Brien, of St. Joseph's, Stanley, to be parish priest there in succession to the late Canon Dix. Assistant priests: the Rev. L. Landreth, of St. Cuthbert's Grammar School, to St. Mary's, Sunderland; the Rev. W. Lowrie, from Ushaw Moor to Our Lady Immaculate and St. Cuthbert's, Crook; the Rev. 0. Curry, from Ushaw College to St. Bede's, Jarrow; the Rev. J. Lavery, from Backworth to St. Wilfrid's, Gateshead; the Rev. Coombes, from Eke to St. Joseph's, Sunderland; the Rev. P. Morris, from Eire to St. Edmund's, Backworth; the Rev. M. Hussey, from Eire to St. George's, Bells Close; the Rev. J. O'Brien, from Eke to St. Lawrence's, Byker; the Rev. Y. McLoughlin, recently ordained, to Ushaw Moor.
ORDINATIONS Jesuits On Fri., Sept. 9, at Wimbledon, Archbishop Amigo, Bishop of Southwark, ordained the following to the priesthood: Frs. Victor Ian Falconer and Walter Barton Watson, S.J.
Redemptorists At St. Joseph's, Hawkstone Park. Weston, Shrewsbury, on Thursday, Septeinber 8, Mgr. Bright, Auxiliary Bishop of Birmingham, raised to the priesthood Fr. • Henry Parker. C.SS.R., and conferred the first two Minor Orders on the Rev. Bro. G. CapitanieR C.SS.R.
ANNOUNCEMENTS ACTU, Birmingham Mr. John Eppstein will give a talk on " The Persecution of Catholics in Europe." at St Chad's Hall, Bath Street, Birmingham, under the auspices of ACTU. Admission is free.