Page 7, 25th September 1953

25th September 1953
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Page 7, 25th September 1953 — ENGAGEMENTS

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Cardinal Griffin.—Tomorrow (Saturday): Attends silver jubilee banquet of Notre Dame Association at Grosvenor House, 7.30 p.m. Monday : Blesses new buildings at Campion House, Osterley. 4 p.m, Tuesday : Presides at Pontifical Mass at St. Thomas More's, Swiss Cottage, 12 noon ; a ttcnds centenary dinner of Edmundian Association at the Park Lane Hotel, 7.45 p.m, Thursday : Presides at the Red Mass in Westminster Cathedral, 11.30 a.m.; opens new school buildings at St. Angela's Convent. Palmers Green, 3 p.m. Friday, October 2 : Gives Pontifical Benediction in the Cathedral at service in honour of St. Teresa, 8 p.m.

Mgr. Masterson, Archbishop of Birmingintm.—Tuesday : Ordination at flack. friars, Oxford. Friday, October 2: Celebrates Solemn Pontifical High Mass at Stanbrook Abbey for the blessing of the new Lady Abbess, 10 a.m.

Mgr. King, Bishop of Portsmouth.— Today (Friday): Returns by air from Channel Isles. Sunday : Attends golden jubilee celebrations and gives Confirmation at the Church of the Holy Ghost. Basingstoke, 3 p.m. Tuesday : Ordains two deacons at St. Michael's Abbey, Farnborough. Wednesday : Attends Governors' meeting at Wokefield Park, Mortimer. Thursday : Confirmation at St. Peter's. Winchester. 7 p.m. Sunday, October 4: Confirmation at St. Teresa's, Tatton, Southampton.

Mgr. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham.— Sunday : Visitation and Confirmation at St. Mary's, Grimsby. Wednesday: Attends annual meeting of the diocesan branch of the Catholic Women's League in Nottingham.

Mgr. Parker, Bishop of Northampton. —T omorrow (Saturday): Confirms cadets of H.M.S. Ganges and boys of R.H.S. Holbrook, afternoon. Sunday : Ordination at the Franciscan Friary, East Bergholt, morning ; inducts parish priest at St. Pancras s, Ipswich, 6.30 p.m. Tuesday : Presides at professions at the Convent of Jesus and Mary, Ipswich, morning. Friday. October 2: Presides at investiture at the Carmelite Monastery. Quidenham, morning. Sunday. October 4 : Visitation at the Church of Our Lady and the English Martyrs, Cambridge, 10.45 a.m.; Confirmation, 3.30 p.m.

Mgr. Radderham, Bishop of Clifton. —Sunday : Meets Catholic members of councils in the diocese, Royal Hotel, Bristol, 3 p.m.

Mgr. Petit, Bishop of Menevie.— Attends centenary meeting of the Edmundian Association in London.

Mgr. Cowderoy, Bishop of Southwark.—Sunday : Assists at High Mass at Notre Dame Convent. Southwark, 10 a.m.; Visitation and Confirmation at Abbey Wood, 6.30 p.m. Tuesday : tation and Confirmation at Wallington, 7.30 p.m. Thursday : Visitation and Confirmation at Honey, 7 p.m. Friday. October 2: Visitation and Confirmation at Addiseornbe, 8 p.m

Mgr. Beck, Bishop of Brentwood.— Sunday : Blesses new church hall of the Holy Redeemer and celebrates the first Mass. 11 am. Tuesday : Attends Edmundian Association centenary dinner.


Plyntouth.—Fr. T. O'Leary has been appointed parish priest of Topsham. Devon: Fr. E. Reynolds, parish priest of Lynton, Devon; Fr, R. Walker, Fr. D. Rossiter, Fr. P. Kilgarrif and Fr. T. Hunt, assistant priests at the Cathedral; Fr. D. Donagher, assistant at the Holy Redeemer Church, Keyham; Fr. M. Handley and Fr. D. Collin. assistants at St. Edward' s, Peverell; Fr. P. Symons, assistant at Penzance; Fr. J. O'Brien, assistant at St. Marychurch, Torquay : Fr. P. Gilby. assistant at Teignmouth; Fr. D. 0 Driscoll, assistant at Sidmouth; Fr. S. Duggan, assistant at Barnstaple; Fr, J. Day, assistant at St. Augustine's, Weymouth; Fr. M. Considine, assistant at Poole, Dorset.

Ordi nations

Birmingham.—At St. Mary's College, Oscott. Mgr. Bright, Auxiliary Bishop of Birmingham. on Saturday conferred the diaconate on the Revs. John Davis, Hugh Molloy, Eric and James Walsh (Birmingham); James Nicholson and Andrew Shiels (St. Andrew's and Edinburgh) ; John Berry and Joseph Duggan (Nottingham); George Grace (Northampton), Kenneth Levers (Plymouth). Thomas Grundy and Raymund Lawrence (Portsmouth). The Rev. Bros. Salvadore. Fischer and Bartlett. C.M.F., received the subdiaconate.

Southwark.—Bishop Cowderoy conferred the following orders on Saturday, September 19, at St. John's Seminary, Wonersh. Diaconate : The Revs. Michael Lace, Philip Mathias, Patrick Chick, Roderic McDermott, Thomas Mulvey, Richard Veal. Bernard Thorn, John Curtis, Bernard Jaffa (Plymouth), Michael Lane, John Maxwell, John McCormack, Ronald Duggan. John Castelli, Leonard Turner, Alexander Fraser, Gordon Simmons, Henry Hill; Guy Thaekrah. Ord. Carth., Boniface Denehy, Ord, Ca rth. Subdiaconate : The Rev, Subdiacon Gerald Coates.

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