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Lord Russell Opens a Gymnasium

" The Brothers of the Christian Schools have done great work since they first came to England.

"Their task of educating Catholic youth in a non-Catholic country is one of tremendous importance. They have to train boys to be good citizens and staunch Catholics . .

" Here, with over five hundred pupils you have made a definite name for yourselves among England's Catholic Colleges of note."

So did Lord Russell of Killowen speak at the opening of 'the new gymnasium and sports pavilion at St. Joseph's College, Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood, on Saturday.

The gymnasium has every appliance for physical training, and large changing rooms and shower baths.




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