Page 7, 17th January 1941

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Page 7, 17th January 1941 — CHURCHES' RED CROSS WEEK
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CHURCHES' RED CROSS WEEK

Cardinal Hinsley and Archbishop Amigo of Southwark, have given their warm approval to the second annual Churches' Red Cross Week. Last year the Churches' Red Cross Week resulted in the raising of

£35,000. This magnificent sum was raised almost wholly by means of church collections.

Another collective effort by religious bodies of all denominations on behalf of the Red Cross and St. John Fund will be held in February next In most places of worship collections will be taken during the week February 2 to 9. which will he called

the Churches' Red Cross Week In addition to Cardinal Hinslee, the Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England, the Chief Rabbi, the head of the Salvation Army and the leaders of all the Free Churches are giving their support to the collection.

Burslem Church Fire

Fire, which apparently originated in the Christmas crib, caused damage recently to the roof, walls, altar and furnishings, of a chapel of St. Joseph's, Burslem, in which the crib was set up. A coal-carter who, on passing the church, noticed smoke issuing from the Lady Chapel, at once gave the alarm and the local fire brigade promptly attended the outbreak.




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