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BISHOPS' ENGAGEMENTS

Cardinal Heenan of WestminsterFriday: Talks at Gunnersburv Grammar School meeting. Archb.shop's House. 6.30. Saturday: Guest speaker at lunch with National Federation of Business and 'Professional Wornen's Clubs of Gt Britain and N. Ireland, 1. Monday: Visits Freemasons Hall, 3 Wednesday: Blesses ashes and sings mass, Cathedral, 10. Thursday: Takes eh:gr. governors' meeting. St. Mary's College. Strawberry Hill. 2.30

Bishop Butler. Auxiliary of Westminster-Saturday: Visits Youth Club, Stevenage, 8. Ntanday•Thursday: Lec ture,, London UniverSity. Friday: Anglican/R.C. diocesan meeting, Archbishop's House. It.

Bishop Cue...OIL Auxiliary of Westminster-Sunday: Ma >s and Confirmation, Cathedral, 4.30, Tuesday: Kensington deanery conference, Our Lady Of Victories, Kensington, 11. Attends meeting, St. Andrew's Hospital. 'Doll's Hill. 2.30. Thursday! Attends Board Of Management meeting. Hospital of St. John and Elieabetb, 2.30.

AnChbi3110p CowderOy 01 Southwark-. Suaday: Mass, visitation and Confirmabon. Either., 3. Tuesday! Mass. visite.. tion and Confirmation, %rattail, Eltham, 7.30. Wednesday: Mass, blessing and distribution of ashes. Cathedral. 7.30. Thursday: Mass and consecration Of altar. Herne Bay. 7.30.

alumni WOclock Of PectStnittulh Fe.d ay: Review Committee Meeting. Archbishop's -House. Sunday-Monday: visitation and confirmation, Christ the King, Reading. Sunday: Mass. Reading University Catholic Chaplaincy. 7.30. Tuesday: Reading and E. Berks deanery conference, Franciscan Friary, Ascot. Thursday: Southampton deanery conference, Botteigh Grange Hotel. Addresses Doctor/Clergy discussion strews, Royal National Hospital. 7.45.

Bishop Ellis of Nottingham-Sunday: visitation and confirmation, St. Mary's, Nottingham, 11. Thursday: Contrmation, Mount St. Mary's College. &pinkhill, 3.30.

Bishop Holland of Salford-Sunday:

Visitation, 11. Confirmation. 3 . St, Mary's, Eccles. Wednesday: Royal TV Society, U.M.I.FiT., Manchester, 7.30.

Bishop Burke, 'Auxiliary of SalfordVisitation. 11. Confirmation 3, HON Cross, Patricroft Tuesday: EPiSs0Pat Education Comrnicsn, Eh rIlt College. Liverpool, 10.30. Wednesday: Completes visit, Holy Cross, Patricroft, 2.30. Thurs. day: Diocesan Social WeWarc Commission a.g.m., Cathedral 'House. Salford, 7.30.

Bishop Restieaux of PlymouthFriday: Attends Catechetical day, Ingsdon Convent. Sunday: Mass and visitation. 10.30. GOlifirmation, 3. Axminster. Wednesday: Mass and blessing of ashes, Christ the King. Plymouth. 12.

Bishop Casey of Brentwood-Friday: Review Commission Committee, Westminster, 10. Mass and Confirmation, Our Lady of Grace, Chingford, 7.30. Sunday: Mass and Inducts parish priest.

English Martyrs, Dan bury, 4.30. Tues. day! Visitation and confirmation. St. Peter's, Dagenham. Thursday: Migration Council meeting, Soho Square, 11.30.

Bishop Cashman of Arundel and Brighton-Friday: Attends meeting. Hove. 3.45. Monday: Attends Board meeting Catholic Association. Surrey Diocestan Schools' Commission meeting.

Bishop Bowen, Coadjutor Bishop ol Arundel and Brighton-Friday: Visits Cranleigh. Sunday: Mass, East Molesev, 6. Monday: Surrey Diocesan Schools' Commission meeting

OBITUARY

Mr. William Shearman, who for many years sold Catholic newspapers outside Westminster Cathedral and 13rompton Oratory, aged 70. For many years he was a speaker for the Catholic Evidence Guild, and was often heard in llyde Park. He also ran a bookshop near Brompton Oratory.

Before the last war he was an ardent admirer of Fr. Vincent McNabb, 0.P., and followed biblical courses at St. Dominic's Priory, Haverstock Hill.

He was a keen worker in the ecumenical field, rand in his stock of newspapers he included the Jewish Chronicle.

Sr. Mary Teresa Pawel, F.D.C. at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Swaffham. Norfolk, of which she was Superior from 1937 to 1947. aged 75.

A native of Vienna, where she was educated, Sr. Mary Teresa came to this country as a student on the outbreak of war in 1914. She began her religious life at the Swatfham convent, then went to 1 lunstanton for some years, but returned to Swaffham as Superior in 1937.

In 1947, she moved to St. Joseph's Convent at Chesterfield, again as Superior. In 1953 she returned to Swaffham, carrying on work in the convent school until illness compelled her retirement, but she continued to live at the convent until her death.




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