Page 3, 18th September 1964

18th September 1964
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Page 3, 18th September 1964 — ANGLICANS' 'REPARATION'

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Locations: Canterbury, Rome


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"THE Rev. Dr. Hubert Box, Anglican vicar of Si, Barnabas', Bexhill-on-Sea, and a Proctor in the Convocation a Canterbury, last week presented to the nuns of Tyburn Convent, Marylehone, ii chalice and paten and a ciborium OD behalf of a number of Anglicans.

They wished to give something to he new Shrine Church of the Sacred Heart and the Tyburn Martyrs in reparation for the persecution that Catholics suffered in this country in Elizabethan and other times.

Underneath the bases the chalice and the ciborium are to bear the inscription: "Tyburn — Given by Anglicans in Reparation, 1964." It is hoped that Archbishop Heenan will consecrate the chalice on his return from Rome.

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