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PRIESTS' APPOINTMENTS Liverpool The Rev. George J. Sargent, parish priest

of the church of St. Alphonsus, Liverpool, has been appointed palish priest of Sacred Heart church, Ainsdale, in succession to the Rev, William T. Walmsley,. retired. The Rev. Hugh Fitzpatrick, parish priest of the church of Our Lady and St. Joseph, Prescot, has been appointed rrarish,priest at St. Alphonsus.


Curates: The Rev. F. McDonagh, St. Anne's Cathedral to St. Patrick's, Bredford. The Rev. Leo Walsh, Si, Stephens, Skipton, to the Cathedral. The Rev. Eugene Tehan, from sick leave to Skipton.

Menevia Rectors; The Rev. Patrick O'Rourke, Anintanford to Milford Haven. The Rev. Hubert Oanneaux, Crickhowell to Arnmanford. The Rev, Brendan Osborne, Portmadoc to Crickbowell. The Rev. Thomas Williams, Bagillt to Ruthin. The Rev. John Cashman, Ruthin to Holywell, us Administrator. The Rev, Bernard Cosulich, Administrator at Brecon, to be Rector at Bagillt. The Rev. Patrick Crowley, Assistant at Llandudno, to he Rector at Portrnadoc. The Rev. Joseph Wedlake to be Administrator at Brecon,

Assistant Priests: The Rev. John Coffey, Conway to Saltney. The Rev. Michael O'Neill, Saltney to Conway. The Rev. William AndrewS, recently ordained. to Llandudno. The Rev. David Crowley, D.D., and the Rev. Thomas Turner to he Chaplains to H.M, Forces.


Fr. Joseph McEnery. rector. St. Chad's, Manchester, to be rector, St. Albert's, Blackburn,

Shrewsbury , The Rev. H. Nixon, St. Winefride's. Lymm, to Si. Paul's, Hyde. The Rev. J. McGiniey, Newport, Salop, to Lyrnm. 11 The Rev. .1. Murphy, Our Lady's, Latchford, to be first resident priest at Greashy. The Rev. D. Smith, Runcorn, to Newport. The,Rey. P. Down, recently ordained, to Our Lady's. Latchford.


The Rev. Gordon Albion to be Chaplain at the Convent of the Daughters

of the Cross. Carshalton. The Rev. Anthony Reynolds to be Private SeemMitt to the Archbishop.

Westminster Nurse's The Westminster Branch of the Catholic Nurses' Guild will meet at Virgo Fidelis Convent, 189, Old Bromp. ton Road, this Sunday at 3 o'clock. There will be a lecture on Post-War Relief in Belgium. followed by tea and Benediction.

• Southwark Travelling Mission The centre to be visited this week-end by the Southwark Travelling Mission is Maiden, parish of Goudhurst, Kent. Mass will be said at "Sunnycote " on Sunday at 8.30 and also at The Chequers Hotel, Lamberhurst, at 10.

Tooting Bee Open Debate Under the auspices of the Knights of St. Columba and the Dames of St. Joan. an open meeting Will be held on Sunday, June II, at 3 p.m., at the Church Hall of St. Anselm's, Totting Bee, S.W.I7, when a general debate will be held on " The Catholic Conscience and the Law of Divorce "; " Is Marriage a Career or a Vocation ?" and " Are Mixed Marriages an Aid to Conversion T'

The Archbishop of Westminster presided over the annual general meeting of the Civil Service Catholic Guild

on Thursday evening, May 25. He was accompanied by Mgr. 1, B. Bagshawc and was received by the Master, Mr. J. M. Hamilton, who presented the officers of the Guild and the branch masters from Colwyn Bay and, Greenford.

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