Page 2, 27th November 1953

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Page 2, 27th November 1953 — At Aylesford
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At Aylesford

Sut,-I wish Mr. Edwards would come to Aylesford for Christmas. Here there are many converts; of nine people sitting at one table in the refectory last Sunday it was discovered that seven were converts, one had been brought into the Church by her convert parents at the age of three, and one only was a cradle Catholic.

We should probably not have made that discovery except that someone had mentioned Mr. Edwards's article in last Week's CATHOLIC HERALD; until then nobody had doubted that we were all dyed in the wool. Mr. Edwards might think that was dim to the numerical superiority of the converts!

I hope he will come and see for himself and if he cares to travel incognito he can test the accuracy of my claim that Aylesford at any rate is as maternal to converts, cradle Catholics and non-Catholics.

(Major) W. Hewett The Friars, Aylesford, Kent.




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