Page 5, 29th May 1942

29th May 1942
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Page 5, 29th May 1942 — MISCELLANEA Fr. Stephen, of the Capauchin Fathers, Oxford, is this

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MISCELLANEA Fr. Stephen, of the Capauchin Fathers, Oxford, is this

week, conducting a mission at St. Peter's Italian Church, Clerkenweil, E.C.

A Study Circle of the Catholic Social Guild is spending this week-end at Ide Hill, a remote beauty spot, some miles outside Sevenoaks. Father O'Hea will attend and offer Mass on the Sunday at "The Wheatsheaf."

A Montessori Summer School will be held by the Montessori Training College at Ewhurst (near Guildford), Surrey, early in August, 1942. Applications and enquiries should he made without delay to the Principals, Montessori Training College, at Mapledrakes, Ewhurst, Surrey (telephone, Ewhurst 79).

In memory of Telegraphist Gerard Ignatius Furie, RN., who gave his life for his country on February 16, his parents and fatally have presented a solid silver censer and incense boat to the church of Our Lady of Walsingham, Corby, Northants. Telegraphist Furie was the first president of the Archconfraternity of St. Stephen for Altar Servers at Corby and his family have also presented to the Confraternity a framed photograph of him, which will be hung in the Sacristy.

Among candidates for the priesthood to be ordained in Westminster Cathedral to-morrow, Saturday, May 30, are two ex-members of the Catholic Evidence Guild, both Late Vocations, the Rem James Etherington and John Clayton, the former having been a bank clerk and the latter a solicitor's clerk. Fr. Etherington was attached to the Westcliff-on-Sea branch, and Fr. Clayton to Westminster of the Guild,

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