Page 10, 23rd November 1973

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Organisations: Catholic Parents' Association, St. Edmund's School, TheologIcal Commission, Clownsida School, Diocesan Liturgical Commission, Diocesan Pastoral Council, Anthony's Hospital, Dlocesan Finence Committee, Cuthbert Mayne School, Episcopal Commission, Ushaw College, Liaison Committee of C.M, Cardinat Boerne School, Maria Assurnpta College, Imperiai College, Joseon'a Academy, National Council of Lay Apostoiate, Bede's School, Holy Nativity Church, Mass Metropolitan Teacharel Association, Catherine's School, Newcastle Regional Hospital Board, Holland College, La Sainte Union School, Clergy Senate, Church of the Sacred Heart, Westminster Liturgoal Commission, Sociaf Morality Council, St. Thomas More's School, Chaplains' Advisory Committee, Religious Education Centre, La Sainte Union, St. Oeyid's Centre, King Church, Catholic Society, National Catholic Fund


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