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Organisations: College of Cardinals
People: Oliver Plunket
Locations: Rome

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Do You Know

(1) Would a church described as having the gradine "cleverly suspended over the pulpit " suggest that the writer was shockingly ignorant?

(2) St. Peter's Chains is the same as St. Peter's Chair or is it a feast day, or the form of punishment practised by the Saint, or a relic of the first Pope conserved in Rome, or is it all these things?

(3) The Pope is officially assisted in governing the faithful by Curia Romana or the College of Cardinals?

(4) Is chaplet a term signifying a very small church, a form of liturgical headgear or simply a general name for certain devotional exercises?

DO YOU REMEMBER?

Where is the eating of horseflesh promoted by the Government?

How many T's in the correct spelling of Blessed Oliver Plunket(t)'s name?

How do Catholic employers feel about the forty-hour week?

Whose (a Catholic's—known to "C.H." readers) play was the only modern play chosen for the Malvern Festival?




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