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Organisations: Salesian College
Locations: Borough, Battersea, London

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Mothers for Tower Hill ?

TO PRAY THERE FOR SCHOOLS

The suggestion that Catholic mothers in all the London parishes should organise a pilgrimage to Tower Hill, sanctuary of our English martyrs, and hold there a demonstration or faith was made by Mrs. Given-Wilson, addressing a mass meeting of Catholic parent and electors of the Borough of Battersea at the Salesian College on Sunday. She was speaking on the responsibitity of women to play their part in the actual schools fight, and asked that they should arrange to meet their local M.P. and put to him, in a well-reasoned manner, the Catholic viewpoint.

Other speakers were Councillor J. F. Parker. Dr. Letitia Fairfield, and Mr. Jock Donovan.




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