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Engagements

WESTMINSTER

The following engagements for Cardinal Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster, are off's:hilly tainounced: Friday, February 2. -Broadcasting I:louse: Addresses Eucharistic Cane:Tees in New Zealand, 8.150 a.m. Cathedral: Skews candies and Resists at High Muse, 10 a.m.

Saturday. February 3.--Cattedrat Rau: Deaf End Dumb Party, 4 p.m.

Sunday, February 4.Tnttenhern: Assists at Maeu and Prewahm, 10.30 a.m.

Wednesday. February 7.-Cathedral: Blesses tithes and aseists at High Mace at 10 a.m.

SOUTH W ARK

The following engagement for .Archbishop Amigo, Bishop of Southwark, arc officially announced: Sunday, February 4.--Vieltation at &Melon at 3.15 and at WarlIngliana at 4.13.

Wednesday, February 'I.-Blesser! the ashes at the Cathedral at 10 and assists at Mace.

BIRMINGHA3I

The following engagements for Mgr.

Bernard Griffin, Bistop-Auxillary of Birmingham, are officially announced: gaturday. February 3. declamation at Cotten Catiege.

Sunday, February 4. Confirmation at St. John's. Alton, suites, tree.

Tuesday, February tie-Clothing and Profession at St. Faure Convent, Selly Park.

NOTTINGHAM

The following engagements for Mgr. J. F. McNulty, Bishop of Nottingham, are officially announced: Saturday, February 3. Annual Meeteng at the Guild of St. Renard/as. Diocese of Nottingham. 1 p.m., Presides at luncheon at the Mikado Cafe, Nottingham; 2.30, Annual Meeting.

eunday, February 4,-Visitation at At. Paul's Church, Nottingham.

HEXHAM AND NEWCASTLE

The following engagement was fulfilled by Mgr. Joseph McCormack, Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle: Sunday, January ea.-Visitation eel containatlen, Tee Sacred Heart, Bolden Colliery, Co. Durham, at 3 p.m.




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