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A PRIEST IN EVERY PORT

— My brother who, until lately, was 0.C. Troopship, has asked me to write to you, as he feels there may be some among your readers who will be cheered by the following:—

In not one of the many ports where his ship put in did a Catholic priest fail to be one of the first on hoard. As he himself is a Lon-Catholic he was, he says, profoundly impressed by these priests' concern for the welfare, both spiritual and material, of their temporary flock and for their knowledge and procedure in dealing with Authority.

One thing further he asked to be added: " Dominion and Colonial papers, please copy."




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