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encyclical Sum rat Pont Wet V us by selling copies

at local Catholic churches each Sunday morning. Their efforts have met with remarkable success, for in less than six weeks. covering only one church each Sunday, some two thousand copies of the encyclical have been sold.

A few more churehea have yet to be visited.

Despite the bitter weather the four Catholic Evidence Guild members who are responsible for the effort have stuck to their task faithfully and have been in attendance from 7 a.m. till 12 noon at one or other of the Bradford churches each Sunday.

NON-CATHOLIC PURCHASERS Many non-Catholics have purchased copies, and Mr Michael White, owner of a well-known Bradford bookshop. where the encyclical is prominently displayed, states that Anglican clergymen have been among the purchasers. He also received an order for copie-s from the Yorkshire United College, Bradford, which is a training college for future Nonconformist ministers.




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