Page 8, 24th March 1950

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Page 8, 24th March 1950 — Scots and Irish Bishops to visit London
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Scots and Irish Bishops to visit London

Two Archbishops and two Bishops in Ireland and an Archbishop and three Bishops in Scotland are in the first list of those who have accepted invitations to take part in the Centenary Congress of the Hierarchy of England and Wales at the end of September in London.

They are the Archbishop of Armagh. Dr. D'Alton; the Archbishop of '['cam, Dr. Walsh; the Bishop of Raphoe, Dr. MacNeely; and the Bishop of Limerick, Dr. O'Neill.

The Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, Mgr. McDonald, 0.S.B.; the Bishop of Dunkeld, Mgr. Scanlan; the Bishop of Aberdeen, Mgr. Matheson; and the Bishop of Motherwell, Mgr. Douglas. The congress is to last four days culminating in Benediction in the Wembley Stadium,




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