Page 11, 22nd October 1937

22nd October 1937
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Page 11, 22nd October 1937 — REUNION OF CHRISTENDOM
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REUNION OF CHRISTENDOM

Mgr. Downey to Address Anglicans

The Archbishop of Liverpool (Mgr. Richard Downey) has been invited to address a meeting of Anglicans on " Reunion from the point of view of the Roman Catholic Church."

The lecture is to take place in the Sheffield Diocesan church house of the Anglican Cathedral, intimating that though the invitation was extended by The Seven Days' Association (a body of Anglicans earnestly working for the reunion of Christendom) it. has the approval of the Church of England Bishop.

Several Catholics have been invited to attend the meeting.

Dr. Orchard, Too

By a remarkable coincidence the Rev. Dr. W. E. Orchard, the famous convert lecturer whose articles on the Conversion of England appear in the Catholic Herald. is to begin his series of lectures to nonCatholics in Sheffield on November 1.




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