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Archbishop Amigo's Engagements

Sunday, May 31 (Trinity Sunday): Visitation at Holy Trinity, Bermondsey at 11 and )2; Confirmation at Bermondsey at 3.30. Tuesday, June 2: Visitation at Camberwell. Thursday, June 4 (Corpus Christi); Ordination at The Mount, Wadhurst.

Bishop McNulty's Engagements

Sunday, May 31, to Friday, June 5: Attends the Christian Front Week meetings at the Albert Hall, Nottingham. Thursday, June 4: Takes the chair at meeting on " Christ in the Nation," to be addressed by Lord Elton and Viscountess Snowden.

Bishop Lee's Engagements Sunday, May 31: Confirmation at Stroud. Tuesday, June 2 : Presides at Solemn Requiem for Fr. Sheridan (killed in air-raid on Bath), St. Alphege's, Bath, II.

Bishop Hannon's Engagements

Sunday, May 31. — Visitation and Confirmation at Bangor.

Southwark Appointments

The Rev, Hubert Simes, assistant at Orpington, to be assistant at Chisleburst,

Invalid: Fr. Hooker, of Leatherhead Fr, Albert Hooker, parish priest for the past 14 years of Our Lady and St. Peter, Leatherhead, Surrey, was taken suddenly ill on Thursday last and removed to St. Anthony's Hospital, North Cheam, where he will be confined for the next two or three Weeks. On enquiry at St. Anthony's Hospital it was stated that his condition is quite satisfactory.

Apostolic Delegate for Nottingham

It is announced that this year's Eucharistic Triduum at St. Barnahas Cathedral, Nottingham, due to commence on June 11 next will be preached by the Apostolic Delegate to Great Britain, Archbishop Godfrey.

Sword of the Spirit (London)

Lectures and meetings will be held under the auspices of the Sword of the Spirit as follows:

Sunday, May 31: Islington. Open meeting, church of St. John the Evangelist, Duncan Terrace, N.1, at 8 p.m. Report on Sword of the Spirit Group's first year. Miss M. A. Keith will speak on " Borough Housing."

Friday, June 5: Wimbledon, Sacred Heart, S.W.19, At 7.45 p.m., in the parish library. Dr. Laetitia Fairfield on " Judaism and the New Order,"

Sunday, June 14: Worcester Park parish hall, at 3.30 p.m. Mr. Robert Speaight--" The New Order—Christian or Godless?"

Sunday, May 31: St. Charles' Training College, Cold Ash, Newbury, Berks, at St. Gabriel's Convent, 2.45 p.m., Miss Barbara Ward.

St, Francis' Ramblers

The St. Francis Ramblers have the following ramble on Sunday, May 31: From Bookham to Esher. Waterloo, depart 10.47 am., fare 2s. lid. Lunch, " The Black Swan," Martyrs Green. Tea at Cobham, distance 14 miles. Catholic ramblers invited.

German Refugees

There will be a service for German Catholic refugees and their friends at St. Dominic's Church, Haverstock Hill, London, N.W., at 6 p.m., on June 4. Sermon, in English, by Bishop Mathew.

Convent Lay Teachers

There will be a meeting of the Convent Lay Teachers' Association, at 2.30, at St. Mary's Convent, Bateman Street, Cambridge, on Saturday, June 13.

London Transport Guild The London Transport Guild will hold a Day of Recollection at the Ceriacie Convent, Hampstead. on Sunday, June 7. Assemble at 12.15 p.m. Catholic Transport workers who are not members of the Guild may attend. Information from the hon. secretary, F. J. Lavery, 18, Breakspear Avenue, St. Albans.

Christ the Worker Apostolate A Recollection Day on the Mass Intentions of the Apostolate of Christ the Worker will be given by Fr. Gerard Corr, 0.S.M., at the Virgo Fidelis Convent, 189, Old Brompton Road, S.W.5 (Kensington 1676), on Sunday, June 7, commencing at 11 a.m. Price for lunch and tea, •2s. 6d. Applications, if possible, before June 3. All are welcome.




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