Page 3, 28th February 1941

28th February 1941
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Page 3, 28th February 1941 — Christ The Worker Feast
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Organisations: Y.C.W., League for God
Locations: London

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Further letters supporting the CATHOLIC HERALD appeal to the Holy Father to establish the Feast of Christ the Worker are given below :

"In a recent letter to the League for God the Apostolic Delegate writes:

" Everyone who distributes the League leaflets is sowing the good seed of God, and is a fellow-worker with Christ Our Lord," and it is with very much pleasure. therefore. that the promoters of the League for God associate themselves with the campaign to establish this Feast, and we feel that in doing so we may speak also for the great majority of League for God workers. — C. &turn:ins, Organising Secretary (The League for God).

" The Westminster Section of the Y.C.W. heartily endorses the campaign, and would like to point out that the Y.C.W., in conjunction with the Houses of Hospitality, has been doing good work for some months with regard to this Feast. Several hundreds of thousands of names have been collected Signing a petition to the Holy Father asking

for the institution of such a Feast. As you know, every member of the Y.C.W. says the prayer to Christ the Worker each day, and the spirit of the movement, of their songs and the ideal they follow, is expressed in Christ the Worker.G. C. DevEv (Rev.).

Readers who wish to support a petition to the Pope for the institution of thls Feast are asked to send their names either to the " Catholic Herald," Newspaper House, High Wycombe. Bucks, or to the Headquarters of the Apostolate of Christ the Worker, 129, Maiden Road, London, N.W.S.




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