Page 14, 1st July 1938

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Page 14, 1st July 1938 — Episcopal Engagements

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Locations: Borough, London, Cambridge, Oxford


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Friday, July 1: Cathedral: Says Mass for the intentions of members, living and dead, of the Society of St. Augustine of Canterbury, 8 a.m. Cathedral: Assists High Mass, 10.30.

Saturday, July 2: Walsingham : Leads Youth Pilgrimage.

Sunday, July 3: Oscott College: Attends Centenary Celebrations.

Wednesday, July 6: 42 Pont Street: Attends meeting of Oxford and Cambridge Catholic Education Board, 4 p.m. 88 Addison Road: Attends meeting of Catholic Probationers' Employment Bureau, 5 p.m.

Thursday, July 7: Overseas House: Attends Reception, 5.30.

Friday, July 8: Archbishop's House : Presides at A.G.M. Crusade of Rescue, 5.30 p.m.

Saturday, July 9: Cathedral: Sings High Mass, preceded by Terce, and ordains priests of St. Joseph's Foreign Missionary Society, 8 a.m. Leaves London to attend solemn opening of Rheims Cathedral, 4.30 p.m.


Sunday, July 3: Visitation at Wimbledon, 11. Confirmation at Wimbledon, 6.30. (The Bishop of Pella will give Confirmation in the Cathedral at 3.30.) Monday, July 4: Addresses Catholic Teachers' Guild Meeting at Notre Dame at 6.

Wednesday. July 6: Presides at the General Meeting of the Southwark Rescue Society at Orpington at 3.30.

Thursday, July 7: Visitation at Rotherhithe.

Saturday, July 9: Gives the Religious Habit and receives Religious Profession at the Good Shepherd Convent, Windlesham. THE FORTY HOURS July 3 to 5: St. Peter's, Rotherhithe; Precious Blood, Borough.


On June 29, the Bishop conferred the Sacred Priesthood upon the Rev. Thomas Lane (for Southwark) and the Rev. Dom Anselm Thatcher, O.S.B.

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