Catholic herald Reporter
CATHOLIC Naval Cadets at H.M.S. Conway, Beaumaris, N. Wales, will soon have their own chapel. For the past 25 years Sunday Mass has been said in the College Library, and on Holy Days of Obligation since 1956 they have attended St. Anne's Church at Menai Bridge.
The chapel is part of a :Elm, building programme at Conway, and will he the first permanent Catholic chapel to be built at a Naval Cadet Training School in this country.
The building programme also includes plans for a Protestant chapel. The 20 Catholic Cadets at Conway are served by Fr. P. Gough, O.F.M. Cony., Apostleship of the Sea chaplain.
Captain E. Hewitt, R.D.R.N.R., Capt. Superintendent of H.M.S. Conway, who proposed to the A.O.S. that a chapel be built there, said this week that the Committee had not yet passed the plans for its inclusion in the building programme, He added, however, that there was "every chance" that it would be passed, All Cadets at Conway sit for the same religious examination each term. This is set by Fr. Gough and the Anglican chaplain, Rev. 1 urner.
Rag trade boys
EVERY night of the week in
Edinburgh 17 teenagers scour the city looking for old bedding, used clothes, and bits and pieces of furniture, to give to needy couples and old people. They are the members of the St. Giles Junior Conference of the Edinburgh S.V.P., formed in 1962 as a follow-up from one of the Citizenship Courses at Middleton Camp, Gorebridge. The boys use a "dormobile"-type van to collect and deliver the various items donated by hotels and private houses. They store and sort out these items in the usable part of the burnt-out Theatre Royal in
Ihe centre of the city.