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HILVERSUM (2): 10.35 a.m., Fr. Ditty, O.P. 7.55 p.m., Meditation by Abbe de Greeve, with Music.

PARIS (Poste-Parisien): 6.23 p.m., Review b' Fr. Roguet, O.P.

PARoRlySaum(RaontdirbPbaetyi.$): 4 "r". Concert from

RENNES at STRASBOURG: 10.45 p.m., Report; The Pardon at Le Guingamp. RIGA: 5.30 p.m., Organ Rechtal.


BEROMUNSTER: 9.10 a.m. (for all Swiss Stations and Brussels 2), Pontifical 1i1gh Masa and Sermon from Einsleeleln Benedictine Abbey. celebrant, Mgr. von Streng, Bishop of Basel and Lugano. Einsiarlein Mass In D (Huber). Te Deum in D (Flury).

BORDEAUX-SUD-OUEST: 11.45 a.m., Address.

BRATISLAVA: it a.m., High Mese from the Franciscan Church.

BRUSSELS (1): 4 p.m., Liezt Piano Recital. 7 p.m., Address by Abbe Reuel-lent: The'Rout of the Pharisees.

BRUSSELS (2); 9,10 a.m., see Beromenster. 6.45 p.m., Address by Abbe Crols: Christ, Teacher of Mercy.

BUDAPEST (1); 11 a.m., High Mass.

HILVERSUM (2): 8.10 a.m., Religious Transmission conducted by the Rev, Fr. van Tenter. S.J. 11.55 a.m., Talk on Missions by Fr. Pepelier. 1.40 p.m., Doctrine Lesson. 2.40 p.m., Mozart Concert. 3.40 p.m., For the Sick. 10,20 P.M., Choral Epilogue.

KAUNAS: 10.15 a.m., Maas.

LJUBLJANA: 9 a.m., The Catholic Youth Congress at Maribor.

LUXEMBOURG: S.45 a.m., Address by the Rev. Fr. Flarand: The Simplicity of Christian Life. LYONS (Radio-Lyons): 8 a.m., Mass from St. Joan of Arc's.

MARSEILLES: 4 p.m., '‘ Iphigenin " (Racine) from the Sisteron Open Air T•hefitre.

MILAN, NAPLES & ROME GROUPS: 8.50 a.m. (Rome Group), Organ Recital from the Carmelite Church, Naples. 11. a.m., Mesa Cantata from the Basilica of the Annunciation, Florence. 12 noon, Address. 2.15 p.m., Special Programme for Hospitals.

MONTE CENERI: 9.10 a.m., see Beromilneler. 11.30 a.m., Rev. Dr. Alberti.

MUNICH; 9 a.m., Organ Recital.

PARIS (Poste-Parielen): 8.40 am., Fr. RagUet, O.P.

PARIS (PTT); 10 a.m., Sacred Music (Records). PARTS (Radio-Penis): 10 a.m., Orgar Recital.

11.50 a.m., Talk by Abbe Le Roualc: Notre Dame de Paris Speaks-The Acquisition of the

Relic of 11te. the Crown of Thorns in 1239. 12.10 p.m., Sacred Concert from the Sainte

pe PRAGUE: 10.15 a.m., High Maes end Sermon from the Church of the Blessed Virgin, StareBoleslav, 3.30 p.m., Divine Service from StaraBoleslay.

RADTO.EIREANN: 11.30 a.m., Jubilee of the Pioneer Total Abstinence Society: High Mass and Sermon from Tell= Cathedral. Preacher, The Most Rev. Dr. Dlgnan, Biebop of Clon fart.. RADIO-MEUITERRANEE: 7.30 p.m., Catholic Transmission. RADIO-NORMANDY: 12.50 p.m., Address. SCHi'NECTADY; 11 p.m., Catholic Hour. SOTTENS: 9.10 a.m., see Beromtinater. 6.15 p.m., Sacred Male (Records).

STRASBOURG: 11.30 a.m., Studio Service. Address in German. 6.30 p.m.. " Le Piller des Angel "-Mystery (Claude °dile). 10 p.m.. Organ Recital by Fernand Rich from the Church of St. Pierre-le-Vieux.

STUTTGART: 8.30 a.m., Organ Recital from the Benedictine Abbey, Weingarten. TOULOUSE (Radio-,Toutouae): 8 a.m., Wiese. Cantata. 11.45 a.m., Studio Service; Address by Fr. Selaffer.

VIENNA: 9.30 am,, Bruckner Feetival: Mass in E Minor from St. Florian's Abbey. St. Stephen's Cathedral Choir and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra: Conductor, Hebei WARSAW (1): 9 a.m. (for all Polish Stations), The Catholic. Congress at Breda; Reception of Cardinal Blend in the Market Place; Pentifical High Mass and Sermon; Report. 11 a.m.. Church Choir (Recorded).

ZAGREB: 11 a.m., Mass from St. Mary's). 12 noon, Studio Service.




r10.10 p.m., Symphony No. 4 pARIs (PTT): 5.35 p.m., Organ Recital by Guy LRamsbertfrnm the Schola Cantormn. PA (Radio-Paris); 6.15 p.m., The History of Choral Music: Gabrielli and the Venetian School; Aichinger and the German SchoolTalk by Rene Dumesnil, with Choral Blue. rtAt rnaitoionEsi.

REANN: 5.30 p.m.. Imease na Leanbh, presented by Medead Power. 6 p.m., ' Jeanne Sugan "-Play commemorating the Little Sisters of the Poor.


BRATISLAVA; a p.m., " SS. Cyril and Methodius "-Play.

BRUSSELS (1): 6.15 p.m.. Service far the Apostolate of the Sick from the Chapel of the Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor St Boit:400. 7 p.m.. Review by 1Vigr. Picard. 7.15 p.m., Readings (Maurine) with Mozart Music. 9 p.m., Talk by Fr. Leloir: A missionary Bishop, King of Brigands. WILVF,RSUM (2): 11.10 a.m., Fr. Dito, 0.P. LjuBLJANA: 8.10 p.m., Talk: SS. Cyril and Methodius.

PRAGUE: 6.25 p.m., News from the Catholic World.

RADIO-EIREANN: '7.30 p.m., Organ Recital by Philip Dore from Mullingar Cathedral. VIENNA: 6.15 p.m.: Liszt Piano Recital. 7 p.m.. Bruckner Festival: Symphony No. 2 in C minor. from the Mnsikvereinasaal; Conductor, Welebaeh.

BRATISLAVA; 0 a.m., vWA7 E. 4/35 NaEmS.. DeArml:n.

High Mannfrom the Mariatal. 9.10 p.m., Talk: SS. Cyril and Methodius. BRNO: 8.40 p.m., " The Preachers of Tbessalonlea "-Play about SS. Cyril and Methodius. 9.10 p.111., See Prague_ LILLE: 4.25 p.m.. Recital of English Organ Music from St. Etienne'e.

MUNICH: 4.15 p.m., Contemporary Organ PARIS (PTT): 8.30 p.m., Choral and Orchestral PRAGUE: 3.30 p.m., Catholic. Action Talk; 9.10 p.m.. Glagol Mass (Janacek).

TOULOUSE (PTT): 8.30 p.m., " Le desert (David).


HILVERSUM (2) : 11.1e a.m., Fr. rin.o, O.P. LUXEMBOURG: 11.15 am., Mesafor the Sick from Clervaux Benedictine Abbey. Octave of SS. Peter and Paul. Mass; Saplentiam. Kyrie VIII. Credo IV.

PARIS (Eiffel Tower): 5.30 p.m., Strasbourg Cathedral Chair (Records).

PARIS (PTT): 5.35 p.m., Organ Recital by Marthe Bracquemond from the Schola Cantorum.

PARIS (Radio-Cite): 8.55 p.m., Lea Petits chantetirs a 1e. Croix de Bola.

PARIS (Radio-Paris): 5.5 p.m., Chair of the Chappelle des Croisee.

RADIO-NORMANDY: 10 a.m., Relay from the Basilica of St. Theresa, Lisieux. 6.5 p.m., Relay from the Carmelite Church, Lisieux. ROME GROUP: 9 p.m., " Aida" (Verdi).


HILVERSUM (2): 11.10 a.m., Fr. Pltn, O.P.

1.40 p.m., Organ Recital by Evert Haak. LILLE: 9.30 p.m., Sacred Concert. LJUBLJANA: 8.30 p.m., Organ Recital. LUXEMBOURG: 10.30 p.m., Organ Recital by Albert Leblanc from the Cathedral.

MONTE CENERI: 6.15 p.m., Organ Recital. MUNICH: 4 p.m., Heinrich Sallie Concert. PARIS (Eiffel Tower): 5 p.m., Liturgical Music (Records), STRASBOURG: 8 p.m.. " Samson and Delilah" (Saint-Satins) from the Opera. Paris.

VIENNA: 8.15 a.m., Bruckner Festival: Symphony No. 7 in C minor, from the Musikvereinssaal. Conductor; Furtwangler.

Published by the NEW CATHOLIC HERALD, LTD., at 67, Fleet Street, London, E.C.4, and printed in Great Britain by the BRIGHTON HERALD, LTD., at Pavilion Buildings, Brighton. Friday, June 30, 1939.

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