CARDINAL D'ALTON, Pri
'" mate of all Ireland will visit Drogheda, Co. Louth, next Sunday to bless and open the International Missionary Training Hospital which has just been coinpleted by the Medical Missionaries of Mary, one of the youngest missionary congregations in the Church.
The training hospital which was started some years ago by Mother Mary Martin, foundress of the M.M.M.s. will have students from many parts of the world. 24 different religious orders have already sent students to train there.
The Holy Father gave £10,000 towards the hospital building fund.
One of the first students to arriv e at the new hospital for training Is shown in our picture. She is Princess Veronica Sarwal, 25year-old daughter of the Chief
She is now Sister Veronica and a member of the community of the Medical Missionaries. When she completes her studies she will return to Tanganyika to work aniong her own people.