Page 2, 18th December 1953

18th December 1953
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•1110111111••••■ rye ■•••■■ mmmmm ••••••■••ii POINTS FROM I LETTERS 1 Converts welcomed About nine years ago we were received, and our welcome from our fellow Catholics, both cradle and convert, was warm and friendly from the beginning. We were welcomed almost with open arms and invited to join in every activity. We have been elected on committees and made officials of this and that confraternity. I had only been a Catholic a few weeks when I was asked to be a sacristan. and look after the altars, flowers and vestments. Today we are accepted as though we have been Catholics all our lives, and are on the friendliest terms with every family in the parish. "Two HAPPY CONVERTS?'

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