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APPOINTMENTS

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The following clerical appointments are announced from Archbishop's House: The Rev. David MINI], as Chaplain to St. Pelagia's Convent, Highgate.

The Rev. Frederick Lyngnane. as Chaplain to Twyford Abbey.

The Rev. James Goggin, to the new parish , of Stannioro.

The Rev. Stanislaus Savage, as Chaplain to Nazareth House, Hammersmith.

The Rev. Roderick More-OTerrall, to Holy Trinity, Brook Green.

The Rev. Austin Askew, as Chaplain to St. Aloysins' College, Highgate.

The Rev, Norman Pergusson, as Chaplail: to Bethanie Convent, Hornsey Lane.

The Rev. William Riggs, ELS Assistant at Ch iswick

The Rev. Walter Meyjes, to Westminster (lathed ral.

The Rev. John Mostyn, Ph.D., D.C.L., as Administrator at Tollington Park.

The Rev. Patrick Thompson, as Assistant at Tollington Park.

The Rev. Patrick O'Dfily, as Assistant at Kentish Town.

The Rev. Charles Connor, as Assistant to the Port of Lonilan Chaplaincy.

The Rev. Francis Smith, as Assistant at Golders Green.

The Rev. James Harvey, as Chaplain to La Sainte Union Convent, Tiornsey Lane.

The Rev. Bernard Whelan, Be Rector of the new parish at Swiss Cottage.

SOUTHW A RK The following appointments are announced from Bishop's House, Southwark:

The Rev. Michael Carey goes as assistant to Sydenham to succeed the Rev, Herbert Leech, who becomes Chaplain to St. Mary's School, Gravesend.

The Rev. Daniel ()'Kane returns from sick Leave and goes to Deptford.

The RPV, Thomas Morahan, who has been on supply at Anerley. goes to Deptford.

The Rev. Charles O'Callaghan, who has been assistant at the Cathedral, has been renailed to Ireland. His place as first assistant will be taken by the Rev. Bernard Hogan, the second assistant.




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