Page 3, 1st December 1939

1st December 1939
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Page 3, 1st December 1939 — DAUGHTERS OF ST. COLUMBANUS
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DAUGHTERS OF ST. COLUMBANUS

A company of nuns, Sisters of St. Columba's, is on the way from Ireland to the mission fields of China and the Philippine Isles. On the way, they made pilgrimage last week to Bobbie to visit the tomb of St. Columbanus, that great Irish missionary, who was the co-founder with St. Benedict of medieval Christian civilisation, as Pope Pius XI told his Irish hearers.

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