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Mgr, Masterson, Archbishop of Birmingham. distributed the prizes at St. Chad's Grammar School, Wolverhampton, run by the Marish Brothers, last week.
Fr. John Dockery, 0.F.M.. of St. Anthony's, Forest Gate, London, has two poems included in the second anthology of poems issued by the Nottingham branch of the Poetry Society, of which he was an active member whilst Guardian of St. Edward's Friars, Nottingham.
Nearly £90 was raised for the funds of St. Benet's Roman Catholic Church, Beccles (Suffolk), on Saturday, when parishioners staged a bazaar and jumble sale.
As the result of dances held at St. Joseph's School, Malmesbury, the Knights of St. Columba have raised more than £50 for the playground fund.
Mr. W. P. Wetherell, a Catholic teacher and member of the Knights of St. Columba, was recently elected as a Labour councillor in the %lion and South Ward of Rugby,
Founder of two parishes in Stokeon-Trent, Canon Martin Power was last week presented With a cheque by the parishioners of St. George and St. Martin, Birches Head. to mark his recent appointments as a Canon of the Metropolitan Chapter and Dean of the new St. Joseph's Deaner'.
The architects of the new Franciscan school at Ascot, illustrated on this page last week, in which the staggered plan. of the classrooms makes each a sun trap and ensures the maximum of privacy and sound insulation for open-air teaching. are Messrs. Archard, Worrow and Hardy, lowndes Street, Loodort, S.W,1.