Page 14, 2nd July 1937

2nd July 1937
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Page 14, 2nd July 1937 — Clerical Appointments

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Locations: Silvertown, London


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THE WHITE FATHERS Heston.--Father Owen McCoy (Parish Priest) has been appointed to the Vicariate of Novrongo (Gold Coast); Fr. Stanley Lea is appointed Professor of Philosophy at the British Senior Seminary (Belgium): Fathers Steinkemp, Saint Denis and Chartrand, who have been studying during the year for the Colonial Teachers' Certificate at the University of London Institute of Education, are appointed to Tanganyika Territory, Nyasaland and the Gold Coast, respectively.

Two newly ordained London priests, Fathers Gerard Scriven and Thomas Tye

have been appointed to Heston. Also Fr. Paul Haskow is returning from the Gold Coast to take up duties in England.

Bishop's Waltham.--Father Joseph Haigh who has been teaching for the last few years at the Priory, is appointed to Nayrongo (Gold Coast), while Fr. James Smith is returning from Uganda to take up professorial duties at the Priory.

Newton St. Boswell (Scotland). —Father Chateauvert joins the staff of St. Columba's College, and his place at St. Helen's Postulate for lay-brothers is being taken by Fr. Van der Hoeven.

British Senior Seminary (Belgium).— Father T. Moorman, Superior, has been appointed Superior of the new theological college of the Dutch Province at S'Heerenberg. His place will be taken by Fr. John Egan. Father Egan is from Yorkshire and is at present a Professor at the Regional Native Seminary at Kipalapaia, Tanganyika Territory. Father Stanley Lea (Heston), is appointee] Professor of Philosophy.

Sixty-five Priests Ordained.---On the feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, sixty-five priests were ordained at Carthage by Mgr. Birraux, Superior-General of the White Fathers. The Rev. James A. Dacey. Administrator of the Cathedral, Brentwood. and the Rev. Michael Fitzpatrick. parish-priest of Silvertown, have been appointed Canons of the Diocese by the Bishop of Brentwood.

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