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Cardinal Griffin.-To-day (Friday): Assists at Solemn Mass and preaches at the Sacred Heart Church, Ruislip. Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation at St. Dominic's, Haverstock Hill, 4.3(1 p.m. Tuesday : Presides at governors' meeting at De La Salle Training College. Hopwood Hall, Manchester. Wednesday : Presides at annual meeting of the Society of St. Augustine at Archbishop's House. 5.30 pan. Thursday : Attends day of recollection for the clergy at the Sacred Heart Convent. Hammersmith ; presides at governors' meeting of Gunnersbury Grammar School at Archbishop's House, 5.30 p.m. Friday. June 24: Confirmation at St. Joseph's, Bedwell, 7.30 p.m.

Mgr. Godfrey, Archbishop of Liver. pool.-Tuesday : Attends meeting' of governors at the De La Salle Training College, Hopwood Hall. 3 p.m.: Visitation and Confirmation at Our Lady's, Leigh. 7 p.m. Wednesday : Presides at meeting of governors and the closing ceremony of the academic year at Notre Dame Training College. Liverpool, 2.30 p.m. Thursday : Gives Pontifical Benediction at the Vocations Exhibition. 1.ceds. Saturday : Opens garden fete at St. Anne's. Ormskirk. 2.30 p.m.

Mgr. Grimshaw, Archbishop of BIrmIngham.-Sunday C"onfirmation at St. Elizabeth's, Coventry, 3.30 p.m.; Confirmation at the church of Christ the King. Coventry. 6.30 p.m. Tuesday: Lays foundation stone of new school at Lea Hall, Birmingham, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday: Addresses members of thy Catholic Womcns' League at the Botanical Gardens. Edgbaston. 2.30 p.m. Thursday : Blesses chapel at Littlemore, Oxford, 3.30 p.m.; Confirmation at St. Francis of Assisi's. Cowley, 6 p.m. Saturday, June 25: Pontificates at High Mass for the opening of the Diocesan Eucharistic Congress at Oscott College. 4 p.m. Archbishop King, Bishop of Podsmouth.-Tomorrow (Saturday) :Opens garden fete at Farnborough. Sunday: Confirmation at Si. Joseph's, Bracknell. Thursday : Inducts new parish priest at the Annunciation Church. Charminster. Sunday, June 26: Confirmation at St. Joseph's, Havant, 3.30 p.m. Mgr. McCormack, Bishop of Hexham and Newcastie.-The Bishop will not attend Si. Mary's Cathedral for the next four Fridays. Mgr. Parker, Bishop of Northampton.-Sunday : Presides at K.S.C. provincial convention Mass at the English Martyrs' Church. Cambridge, 12 noon: Visitation at St. Laurence's. Cambridge. 6.30 p.m. Saturday. Saturday. June 25: Attends Cathedral garden fete at Northampton, afternoon. Sunday. June 26: Offers Mass after blessing reconstructed Church of St. John. 'Northampton. morning; lays foundation-stone of Church of St. Thomas Aquinas. Bletchley, afternoon. Mgr. Rudderham, Bishop or curton.-Sunday : Preaches at blessing and opening of St. Thomas More's Church, Bradford-on-Avon Confirmation at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Devizes, 1.30 p.m. Tuesday : Gives Benediction at the Vocations Exhibition. Leeds. 9.45 p.m. Mgr. Heenan, Bishop of Leeds.Sunday : Opening of Vocations Exhibition. Leeds, 2 p.m.Ordination of the Rev. Bernard Gilmore, 4 p.m. During the week the Bishop will speak at the Exhibition three times each day at 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. and 7.30


Mgr. Cowderoy, Bishop of South wark.-Sunday : Pontificates at High Mass at the Sacred Heart Church. Wimbledon. for the golden jubilee of the granting of the Charter of the Borough of Wimbledon. II a.m.: Confirmation at the Sacred Heart Church. 3.30 p.m. ; Visitation and Confirmation at Tolworth. 6.30 p.m. Tuesday; Visitation and Confirmation at gt. Mary Magdalen's, Brighton. 8 p.m. Wednesday Confirmation at Purley, 5.30 pm.; Visitation and Confirmation at Purley. 8 p.m. Friday. June 24: Visitation and Confirmation at Woolwich. 7 p.m. Saturday. June 25 : Interviews candidates for the priesthood. Mgr. Beck, Bishop of Brentssood.Tomorrow (Saturday): Attends annual meeting of the interdiocesan council of the C.P.E.A. at Nottingham. Sunday : Visitation at Ingatestone; Confirmation at Dehden. 6.30 p.m. Monday : Attends clergy day of recollection at St. Angela's Convent, Forest Gate. WedneWay: Presides at second diocesan synod. Thursday: Presides at clothing ceremony at Saffron Walden Carmelite Convent, 2.30 p.m. Assists at opening of new art room at St. George's Secondary School, Walthamstow, 7 p.m.

Mgr. Brunner, Auxiliary Bishop of Middlesbrough.-Sunday: Pontifical High Mass at St. Charles's, Hull, for the centenary of the St. Charles's S.V.P. Society. Monday: Gives Benediction at the Vocations Exhibition ha Leeds Wednesday: Visits the

Stead Hospital, Redcar. Wednesday, June 29: Official opening of the new junior school at Redcar.


Middleshrough.-Fr, Oswin Corboy has been appointed parish priest of Salthuin, and Fr, Patrick O'Rourke parish priest of Howden.

Anthony Storey has been appointed assistant priest at St. Charles's, Hull.


Norttuimpton. In the Cathedral on Sunday. June 5, Bishop Parker conferred the priesthood upon the Revs. John Harris and Peter Nightinga le.

Southwark.-At Upper Norwood on Thursday last week,Bishop Cowderoy conferred the priesthood on the Revs'. Anthony Ahhotts, Pierre Barbyer and Terence McLean-Wilson. He conferred the diaconate on the Rev. Edward Grady and Bro. Simon. O.F.M. Cap. At the Xaverian College, Mayfield. on Sunday the Bishop conferred the priesthood on the Rev. Godfrey de Putron.

Travelling Missions

Shrewsbury.-Mass will he said at 9 am. on Sunday in Norton-in-Hales. The Mission will next week visit Ford. Northampton.-Sunday : Mass will he said at Bourn at 8 a.m. (Enquiries to Gallagher, 4R3 W.A.A.F. Site.) The Mission will next week visit Sham. brook, Haynes Park, and Clophill districts.

Southwark.-The Mission will this week visit Sandhurst in the parish of Goudhurst. Mass will he said on Sunday at Manor Cottage at 8.30 am. The Mission will also visit Woodchurch in the parish of Tenterden and Aldington tn the parish of Ashford. Mass will he said in the Village Hall, Woodchurch. at 8.30 am. and at Pattinson's Farm, Aidington. at 10 am.

Nottingham.-The Mission will this week visit Owston Ferry. Misterton and Walkeringham. Mass will he said at 8 a.m. at Harrison's. Winteringham. at Dr. O'Reilly's. The Whim. Owston Ferry, at 10 a.m., and at a place to he announced locally at 6 p.m.

Brentwood.-Mass will be said at 8.15 am. on Sunday at the British Legion Club. West Mersea. and at Wood Cottage. East Mersea. at 10 a.m. During the next three weeks the Travelling Mission will he on holiday. Westmlnster.-Mass will be said at The Village Hall. Colney Heath. at 8.15 am., and at 23. Codicote Road, Welwyn, at 9.30 a.m.

Canon G. B. Pippet

Canon Gregory Bernard Pippet. Theologian of the Hexham and Newcastle Chapter and parish priest since 1937 of St. Godric's, Durham, died last week, aged 78.

Canon Pippet. born in Solihull. Warwicks, was also at one time secretary to the Chapter and master of ceremonies to the Bishop.

Educated at Ushaw College and taking his M.A. degree at Durham University. Canon Pippet was ordained at Ushaw in 1904. He remained there for 12 years as professor of classics, and was prefect of studies for six years.

In 1916 he was appointed to St. Joseph's. Blaydon, where he remained for 21 years. He was named Canon in 1913.

Iwo of his sisters are nuns. One is Superior of the Poor Clares' Convent at York. the other Superior of the Benedictine Convent at Teignmouth.

Fr. Antony Dillon

Fr. Antony Dillon, an assistant priest at the Church of Our Lady and the English Martyrs. Cambridge, who died last week. 10 days after a motor cycle accident, was born 30 years ago in Bolton.

Fr. Dillon was educated at the Salesian College, Chertsey. and for the priesthood at St. Edmund's College. the Westminster seminary, He was ordained for the Northampton diocese in July. 1949. by the Bishop of Salford in the Cenacte Convent, Manchester.

Fr. Dillon served at Northampton Cathedral before going to Cambridge last year.

Mr. J. G. Morgan

One of the earliest members of the Hexham and Newark Diocesan Association of Catholic Trade Unionists Mr. J. G. Morgan. J.P., M.B.E., died in Newcastle last week. He was 67.

Mr. Morgan spent. 40 years in the trade union movement and, Northern Organiser for the Natonal Union of General and Municipal Workers. He was a member of the West Hartlepool Town Council for four years.

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