Redemptorists. — The following appointments have been announced flom Rome: St. Mary's, Clapham : Fr. George Lucas (Rector); Bishop Eton, Liverpool: Fr. John Berry (Rector); St. Mary's, Perth Fr. Ralph McNulty (Rector); St. Joseph's, Bishop's Startford ; Fr. William Leslie Austin (Rector); St. Benet's, Sunderland : Fr. Francis Hawkins (Rector); Erdington Abbey, Birmingham: Fr. Francis McDermott (Rector): Hawkstone (St. Joseph's): Fr. Bernard Keaton (Rector); Sant Main Machynlleth, Wales: Fr, James Riordan (Superior); Letterwalton, Argyll : Fr. Peter Wilson (Superior).
Society of Jesus.—The following have joined the staff of Mount St. Mary's College, Spinkhill, Derbyshire: Fr. Vincent Byron. Fr. Francis Collins, Fr. Patrick Cullinan, Fr. Thomas O'Neill, Fr. Thomas Murphy and Fr. Charles S. Kelly, S.J. They replace Fr. S. Lawrence Cardwell. who was also parish priest of the Immaculate Conception Church, Spinkhill. Fr. James Coniston, Fr. James Lawrence, Fr. Francis McPhillips, Fr. Thomas Northover, Fr. Charles Somerville, Fr. John Tranmar and Fr. Arthur Whittet, S.J.
BirmIngham.—Fr. C. B. Brown, of I ea Hall, Birmingham, has been appointed to St. Peter's, Birmingham ; Fr. M. O'Meara, of Yardley Wood, to Our Lady and All Saints', Stourbridge.: Fr. G. Rafferty, of West Bromwich, to the Sacred Heart Church, CoIeshill Fr. G. Naylor, of Stafford, to Yardley Wood: Fr. A. J. Burns, to the Sacred Heart Church, Tunstall ; Fr. V. Lloyd (newly-ordained), to St. Michael's, West Bromwich ; Fr. T. D. O'Dowd, of Stourbridge, has been recalled to Kilmore.
Southwark.—The Mission will this week visit: 1. The Hop Gardens in the parish of Battle, at )3ocliam. Mass will h: said on Sunday at Junction Road at 10 a.m. 2. Bethersden and Headcorn, in the parish of Ashford. Mass will he said on Sunday at the Village Hall, Bethersden, at 8 a.m. and at the Hall, Lieadcorn, at 10 a.m.
Nottingham.—Thc Mission will visit Billinghorough. Folkingham, Harbling and Aslackby. Mass will he said at 7,50 a.m. at Foster's. Greenfield. Folkingham, at 9.30 a.m, in the Village Hall, Barkston, and at 11 a.m. in the Hall, Stragglethorpe. Menevia.—The Mission will on Sunday visit Czrnarvon parish and the Parish of Machynneth. Mass will be said at Bryn Moel Farm, Commins Coch, The Mission will also visit Pembroke Dock.
Northampton.—Mass will be said on Sunday at 8 a.m. at The Hut. Ivinghoe Aston, and at 10 a.m. at Oliphant's, Morgan's, Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks. Summer Campaign Sundays. August 30 and September 6: Mass will be said at 8 a.m.; evening service at 6.30 p.m. Weekdays. August 31 to September 5: Mass will be said at 7,30 a.m.; evening