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South Wales Notes

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will take place at the Most Holy Redeemer church, Griffithstown, near Pontypool, Mon., on Sunday, and at St. Francis Xavier church, Usk, Mon., the following Sunday.

St. Joseph's Operatic Society, Swansea, are producing The Mikado this week at St. Joseph's Nall, Swansea.

The Archbishop of Cardiff's engagements: Thursday, December 5, presides at the Needlework Guild meeting at Nazareth House, Cardiff; Friday, December 6, opens bazaar for St. Mary's, Newport.

New Stations of the Cross, which have been erected in St. Alban's church. Cardiff, are carved from solid pieces of oak, artistically painted.

£15 has been handed over to the Rev. Mother, Nazareth House, Swansea, as a result of a recent concert given by St. Joseph's concert party and orchestra at the Pictoriuna Cinema, Swansea.

At a meeting of the parishioners of St. Mary's, Abertillery, to discuss details for the bazaar and Christmas tree to be held on December 6 in St. Mary's Hall, the chairman, Mr. Williams. urged members to do their best to make the event an outstanding success.

The women in charge of the altar society of All Saints' church, Ebbw Vale, who recently had a successful sale of work in the Cottole3 Hall, had a remnants sale on Nosember 15, which also proved successful.

In the Cardiff schools' rugby games played at Cardiff on Saturday last between St. Patrick's and Court Road, St. Patrick's were defeated by two goals to one after a hard game.

B. Murphy, of St. David's boxing club, won the 6-stone schoolboys' amateur boxing championship when he defeated N. Collenzo (Grange ('entral) on points, at the Park Street Drill Hall, Cardiff, on Saturday.

The annual Armistice whist-drive and dance was held on Monday in St. Mary's hall, Cardiff.

The Swansea circle of the Catenian Association held its annual dinner on Thursday last. Among the guests present were the Archbishop of Cardiff and many catenians from different parts of South Wales and Monmouthshire.

The Rev. Martin Dempsey will give a series of lectures in St. Alban's church, Cardiff, every evening during the first week in December.

Requiem Mass was offered at St. Peter's, Cardiff, on Monday, for James Cummins, of 117, Diana Street, Cardiff, who died at the age of 69. Interment followed at the Cardiff cemetery.

Requiem Mass was celebrated on Wednesday last at St. Alban's, Cardiff, for Thomas Henry Davies, of 31, Swinton Street, Cardiff, a retired railwayman. Interment followed at the Cardiff cemetery.

The fourth annual school concert of St. Alban's mixed school, Cardiff, will be given in St. Illtyd's hall, Cardiff, on Tuesday, December 17. The proceeds are for parochial funds.




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