Archbishop Godfrey of Westminster, lomorrow (Saturday): Attends dinner of Westminster Noi them Province, Knights of St. Columba, Cafe Monier,. Shaftesbury Avenue, 7 p.m. Sunday: Assists and preaches et Solemn Mass, St. Theodore, Hampton, 11.30 a.m. Monday: Assists at Requiem Mass for the late Cardinal Griffin and gives Absolution, Cathedral, 11.30 a.m.: gives conferences at day of recollection for the clergy. uesday : Consecra tea altar and assists at Mass. St. Edmund. Edmonton, 10.30 a.m. Wednesday: Assists at Solemn Mass for centenary of Crispin. Street Convent of Mercy, St. Mary Moorfields, 10.30 a.m.
Archbishop GrIhnshaw of Birotingham.Tomorrow (Saturday): Visits quarterly meeting of Birrniugharn archdiocesan couuil of the Catholic Young Men's Society, Bishop's House, Birmingham, 3 p.m. Sunday: Celebrates Pontifical High Mass for Clifton diocese Cateniau Association pilgrimage, St, Mary's, Glastonbury, 4 p.m.
Archbishop King, Bishop of Portsmouth.-Sunday : Holds ordinations, Claretian House of Studies, Highclitle Castle. Christchurch, 10 a.m.; inducts Fr. John Moore as parish priest, Annunciation, Charminster, ('.30 p.m. Tuesday: Attends Governors' meeting, Training College, Southampton. Sunday, September 28: Confirmation, Holy Redeemer, Millhroo k, Southampton. 3 p.m.
Bishop Ellis of Nottingham. Sunday : Visitation and Confirmation. Immaculate Conception, Spinkhill, Derbyshire, 3.30 p.m. Tuesday: Visitation add Confirmation, Our Lady of St. Thomas of Hereford, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, 7 p.m. 1 hurs day : Attends civic reception, Nottingham Council House, 3.30 p.m.; St. Calher;ile'S price
Albert Hall, Nottingham.
7 p.m. Sunday, September 28 : Visitation and Confirmation, St. Mary, Loughbrough, 3.30 p.m.
Bishop Perker of Northampton.Tomorrow (Saturday): Ordinations, Franciscan Friary, East Bergholt, 9 am.; Confirmation, 4 p.m. Sunday: Visitation, Beceles, 10.30 a.m.; Confirmation, 3.30 p.m. Wednesday: Attends Chapter and other diocesan meetings, Northampton. Thursday: Solemnly blesses church of St. Mary Magdalene, Ipswich, and presides at Solemn Mass, 7 p.m. Saturday, September 27: Lays foundation stone of St. Gregory's Secondary School, Bedford, 3.30 p.m.
Bishop Petit of Menevia.-Sunday Visitation and Confirmation, Lampeter. Friday to Sunday. September 26-213: Attends Supreme Council meeting, K.S.C., Whitley Bay.
Etighop Conderny of Southwark.Sunday : Says Mass and opens new church, Minster, Isle of Sheppey. 11 a.m.; Confirmation, Hartley, 3.30 p.m.; says Mass and opens new church, Hoo, in the parish of Strood, 6.30 p.m. Tuesday : Visitation and Confirmation, Tolworth. 7 p.m. Wednesday: says Mass and blesses new St. Bernadette primary school, Clapham Park, 11.30 a.m. Thursday: Consecrates church of Christ the King, Wimbledon Park, 3 p.m.
Appointments Montfort Fathers.The following appointments have been made: Fr. Denis McCarthy, superior of the Novitiate House, Totton; Fr. Joseph Ryan, superior of the Scholasticate, Church Stretton; Fr. Daniel Hogan, superior of Montfort House, Horsforth, Leeds; Fr. Frederick Matthews, B.A., to the staff of Montfort College, Ramsey, Hants: Fr. Liam Cosgrove, bursar at the Novitiate, Totton; Fr, Patrick Fannon. Exp., L.S.S., to the staff of the Scholasticate, Church Strett0H; fr. Andrew Millar, to Rome for higher studies.
Clifton. The following Canons have been appointed: Fr. M. Fitzpatrick will replace Canon D. Ryan, who has resigned on the Clifton Chapter; Fr. J. T. Judge, of St. Joseph's. Weston-super-Mare, who eelehrates his golden jubilee next year, has been appointed an honorary Canon.
The following parish priests have been appointed: Fr. J. P. Leahy from Lawrence Weston, Bristol, to Corpus Christi, Weston-super-Mare, in place of Canon D. Ryan. retired; Fr. M. Foran from Stow-on-the-Wold to Lawrence Weston; Fr. D. O'Callaghan from Celine to Stow-onthc-Wold ; Fr. G. Gibbins from Wiveliscombe to Caine; Fr. H. Formosa from Pro-Cathedral to Wiveliscombe ; F. W. Dobbin from Holy Rood, Swindon, to Lechlade Convent as chaplain.
The following assistant priests have been appointed: fr. Bruno Bradley (newly ordained) to St. Alphege, Bath; Pr. Louis Farrow from St. Alphege, Bath, to Si. Joseph's, Fishponds, Bristol; Fr. W. Dee from St. Joseph's, Fishponds, to Cirencester; Fr. A. Meehan from Cirencester to Corpus Christi, Weston-super-Mare; Fr. D. Greghan from Corpus Christi to ProCathedral.
Portemonth.-The following parish priests have been appointed: hr. John Moore from Sr. Thomas More, Iford, to Annunciation, Charminster, Bournemouth; Fr. M. Dumphy from Holy Cross, Eastleigh, to St. Thomas More, 'ford,
Tbe following assistant priests have been appointed: Fr. T. Green from Copnor to Charminster; Fr, T. Grundy from Basingstoke to Char
minster ; Fr. Anthony Moore (recently ordained) to Eastleigh; Fr. Cyril Murtagh (recently ordained) to St. Joseph's, Copnor; Fr. A. Faulker (reoently ordained) to Holy Ghost, Basingstoke.
Westminster.-Mass on Sunday at the Village Hall, Colney Heath, at 8.15 a.m.; at 21 Codicote Road, Welwyn. at 9,45 a.m.; and at the North Mymrns Memorial Hall, Welham Green, at 6 p.m.
Southwark.-This week the Mission will visit: I. Sandhurst in the parish of Goudhurst and the Flop gardens at Bodiam in the parish of Battle. Mass on Sunday, at The Old House, Sandhurst at 8.30 a.m., and at 02 Oast, Dag Lane at 10 a.m. 2. Ripley in the parish of Send and Loxwood in the parish of Billingshurst. Mass on Sunday at the Clock House, Ripley at 830 a.m. and at the Village Hall Loxwood at 11 a.m.
Nottingham.-Mass on Sunday at
Village Hall, Bottesford. at 8.30
a.m.; at Village Hall. Harkston, at 11 a.m.: and at British Legion Hall, Ancaster, at 6 p.m. Fr. Murray. S.C.J., will next week visit Crowland
Nottingham. Mass on Sunday at Winteringham at SAO a.m.; at a place to be announced locally at 11 a.m.; and at Willoughton at 5 p.m. During the week Fr. Nicholson, S.C.J., will visit Stickney and Ruskington areas.
Brentwood. Mass on Sunday at the British Legion Club, Toltesbury. at 8.45 a.m. and at Goldhanger at 10.15 a.m.: and at the Men's Insfibite. Stebbing, at 8.45 am. and at the Memorial Hall. Felsted. at 10.15 a.m. Next week the mission will visit Wivenhoe, Great Bentley, Boated, and Ardleigh.
Northampton.Tomorrow (Saturday) Mass at the Swan, eloxne. Suffolk, at 8.30 a.m. Mass on Sunday at the Recreation Grounds Favitton, Harleston, Norfolk. at 9 a.m. and at the Town Hall. Eye, Suffolk, at 11 sern, ; and at Bull House, Balsham. Cambs.. at 8 a.m. and at Van de Hoiden's, Old Rectory, Dalhain, at 10 a.m. Next week: Irthingborough and Fmenineeellviao.n._ From today (Friday) until Sunday. Fr. Conroy. C.SS.R., will visit Cnwch Coch (Aberystwyth); Fr. Doyle, C.SS.R., will visit Llanfair C. and Irlanfyllin; Fr. Maram, C.SS.R., will visit Pontyberem, Tornsaron, and Tumble.
Menevia. From today (Friday) until Sunday Fr. Aloysius, O.F.M. Cap., will visit Kinnerton, Ilalkyn, and Leeswood; fr. Cuthbert, 0.F.M.Cap., will visit Black Park and Llanarmon. The Brigidine nuns of Denbeigh will give Catechism at leartarmon on Sunday. '
Shrewsbury. Mass on Sunday in Norton at 9 am. and in Beckbury at II am. Next week the mission will visit Clee St. Margaret.
Brother M. Victor
Brother M. Victor, of the Marist Brothers, died last week at Kinharvie, Dumfries, aged 75.
Born in London, he was educated at Mount St. Michael and taught for some years in various Marist schools in Ireland before coming to St. Mungo's Academy, Glasgow, where he was from 1906 to 1915. There followed a spell of 11 years at St. Joseph's College, Dumfries, and in 1929 he was transferred to St. Chad's College, Wolverhampton, where he remained for a quarter of a century until he retired from teaching 10 years ago. An horiours graduate of London University (Arts and Science) he taught mainly mathematics and history, but had a wide range of scholarly interests. St. Chad's Old Boys' Association owes its inception in large measure to his enthusiasm.
Major Alan Ker, V.C.
Major Alan Ker. V.C., died last week, aged 75. Born in Etenburgh, and educated at Edinburgh Academy and Edinburgh University, he became a Writer to the Signet and Notary Public in 1908. He served on hoth the eastern and western fronts in the 1914-113 war, winning the V.C. at St. Quentin on March 21, 1918.
He was a prisoner of war at Karlsruhe and Beeskow in der Mark. He was received into the Church in 1918. He retired from the Army in t925, when he joined a firm of solicitors in Calcutta, India, as a partner. Later he became clerk to Paddington Rent Tribunal.
RICHARDSON. Of your charity pray for the repose of the soul of Marie Rose Richardson, who died at Walmer. Kim. on the feast of Our Lady of Ransom. Sept. 24th, 1952. R.I.P.
CREAGH. on Sees. 15th after a sliOn
illness Mary (net Grisewocx1) wife of the
late Pterce Nagle Creagh, M.D., died peacefully at her trome, Link Garret, Broaestaers. R.I.P.