Page 15, 25th February 1938

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University of London Catholic Society

The annual dinner of the University of London Catholic Society took place on

February 22 at University College. The principal guests were the Bishop of Pella, the Provost of University College and Lady Mawer, and the High Commissioner for Ireland. Speeches were made by the Bishop, Sir Alan Mawer, the President of the Fisher Society, and by the University Society's own president, Mr. Douglas Woodruff.

gested that not only could children be given a respect for that sacrifice for religion by those who had it, but they could also be given an admiration for the persons of his-. tory most worthy of that admiration. This is not being done by outsiders and it is easy for the appreciation of higher things to be lost.

Getting Religion Over

That religion was getting more and more difficult to get over in the schools was another question which Mr. William Ridge, of Wapping, hoped that a Teachers' Guild would he able to discuss and suggest a remedy for in the near future. Also the difficulty was voiced of keeping in touch with those children who leave their local schools for the new Central Senior Schools.

The summing-up, from Cardinal Hinsley, included His Eminence's announcement that when the constitution of the Guild was prepared, it would be sent to the proper Congregation in Rome for special spiritual privileges.

Members of the council are not yet announced.




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