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EPISCOPAL ENGAGEMENTS

Keywords: Anglo-catholicism

Archbishop Godfrey of Westminster.-Today (Friday): Sings first Vespers of All Saints, Westminster Cathedral. 3.30 p.m. Tomorrow (Saturday): Sings Terce and Solemn Mass, Cathedral, 10 a.m. Monday: Presides at Capitular Requiem Mass and gives Absolution, Cathedral. 10.30 a.m. Tuesday: Assists at Solemn Mass following the Consecration of Altars, Homerton. 6 p.m.

Archbhhop Grimshavy of Birmingham. Sunday: Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction of Our Lady of the Assumptioa, Coventry, War., 3 p.m.: Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction, St. Francis of Assisi, Baddesley Clinton, War. 630 p.m. Saturday. November 8: 'Distribution of prizes and certificates to Nursing Staff, Gulson Hospital. Coventry, War., 3 p.m.

Archbishop Heenan of Liverpool. -Saturday: Presides and preaches at High Mass for teachers and schoolchildren, Cathedral Crypt, 10.30 a.m. Sunday: Sings Pontifical Mass for religious sisters, Cathedral Crypt, 3.30 p.m. Tuesday: Gives Pontifical Benediction, Poor Clams Monastery, Liverpool, to celebrate the golden jubilee of three sisters, 3.30 p.m. Wednesday: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Patrick's, Southport. Thursday: Presides at annual Requiem Mass for deceased bishops and canons of the diocese, in the Procathedral. II a.m.

Archbishop King, Bishop of Portsmouth. Sunday Confirmation. Christchurch. Tuesday: Blesses new wing, St. John's College, Portsmouth. 11.30 am.; Sings Pontifical High Mass, St. John's Cathedral, for the golden jubilee of St. John's College, Portsmouth, 7 p.m. Sunday. November 9: Confirmation St. Joseph's, Btacknell, 3 p.m.: Attends official opening of new church. Pangbourne, 7 p.m.

Bishop Ellis of Nottingham.-Sunday : Press Sunday. Visitation and Confirmation at St. Charles Borromeo, Hadfield, Derbyshire. Tuesday: Chapter Mass at St. Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham; opening of St. Charles Borromeo s Church, Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts., with Evening Mass, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Blessing of Clifton Primary School, Nottingham, 3.30 n.m. Thursday: Visitation of Our Lady at St. Joseph's Church, Matlock, Derbyshire, r p.m. Saturday, November 8: Distributes prizes on Speech Day, St. Hugh's Junior Seminary 1 ollerton. Notts. Sunday, November 9: Visitation and Confirmation at-St. Albany, Derby, 3.30 p.m.

Bishop Parker of Northampton.Sunday ; Visiuttion, St. Francis of Sales'. Wolverton, II a.m.. Confirmation, St. Mary Magdalene's, Stony Stratford, 3.30 p.m. Sunday. November 9: Visitation, Our Lady's Newm3.3aorkept,.m.11.15 a.m.: Confirmation, Bishop Rudderham of Clifton.1 ┬░morrow (Saturday): Sings Pontifical High Mass in the pro-cathedral, 11 a.m. Sunday: Visitation and Con firmation. St. Peter 's, (i loucester . 3.30 p.m. Tuesday: Sings Pontifical Requiem Mass fie Bishop Lee in the pro-cathedral, 12 noon. Wednesday: Attends annual dinner of the Knight. of St. Columba. Royal Hotel. Bristol. Thursday: Attends Knights of St Columba silver jubilee dinner, Bath. Saturday, November 87 Celebrates annual Requiem Mass at Arno's Vale Cemetery. Bristol, 10 a.m.

Bishop Beck of Salford.-Saturday Presides at meeting of Action Committee. London, 2.30 p.m Sunday:

Visitation. Guardian Angels'. Flury, 11 a.m.; and Confirmation. 3 p.m. Tuesday: Consecrates altar

at St. flare's. Mickley. 8,141 a.m. Wednesday: Attends meeting of the Cathedral Chapter. Cathedral House, Salford 9 a.m. Thursday: Presides at Rescue Council meeting at Didsbury, 11 a.m,: Attends Mission Service at St. Joseph's, Accrington 8 p.m Bishop Cowderny of Southwark.Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation at Send, 11 a.m Adult Confirmation in the Cathedral, 3.30 p.m.; Visita (ion and Confirmation at Brixton, 7 p.m. Monday: Assists at Requiem in the Cathedral, 7.30 p.m. Tuesday: Solemn Requiem for the deceased clergy, 11.15 a.m.; Visitation and Confirmation at Carshalton, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Visitation and Confirmation at Cherisey. 7.30 p.m.

Bishop Dwyer of Leeds.-Sunday: Presides ad preaches at Academic Mass at Sheffield. 11 a.m.: Visitation at St. Mary Magdalen's Church, Doncaster, 3 p.m, Tuesday: Consecration of an altar at St. Clare's Franciscan Friary, Manchester. 8.30 a.m. Weonesday: Visitation at St. Mary Magdalen's, Doncaster, continued. Friday, November 7: Open Day at Curial Office, Leeds Saturday. November 8: Morning: annual meeting of Catholic Teachers Federation, Doncaster. Afternoon: Visitation at Convent of Mercy, Barnsley.

Bishop Wall of Brentwood. Sunday; Visitation and Confirmation, Elm Park. Wednesday: Presides at departure ceremony at the Convent of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, Canning Town, 8 p.m.

Bishop Cunningham of Hexham and Newcastle Tuesday: Consecrates :that, St. Clate's Manchester.

hursday: Distributes prizes, St. Bede's, Secondary Modern School, Stockton, 7.30 p.m.

APPOINTMENTS

Assumptionists. Fr. Aloysius Walsh, A.A . from Brockley, was ordained priest at the Assurnptionist Study-House, Layrac, near Agen, France, by Bishop Johan of Agen, on October 19.

Plymouth.-The following assistant priests have been appointed: Fr. emu') Fre len to Newton Abbot; Fr. Thomas Hunt to Ensbury Park, Bournemouth; Fr. Denis Collin to Barnstaple; Fr. Patrick Kilgarrill to Teignmouth; Fr. Anthony Gilby to Peverell. Plymouth: Frs. Patrick Dorrian and Thomas Flanagan to the Cathedral; and Fr. Kenneth Levers toTEhaelm,faoitlhlo.wing newly ordained assistant priests have been appointed: Fr. Michael Downey to Keyham, l'iymouth , hr. Bede Davis to Holy Cross, Plymouth; and Fr. John Bolland to Beacon Park, Plymouth.

TRAV ELLIN G MISSIONS

Westminster.-Mass on Sunday at the North Mymms Memorial Hall, 'W'Welohoslamland6s7P1Ottactn End, ata.5m.p.mat. and at 6 Wadden Lane, Gaddesden Kow at 6.15 p.m.

Brentwood.-Mass on Sunday at 8.30 a.m. at " Haldon '', opposite the Avenue, Danbury, 8.45 a.m. at Eastcliffc ", Layer Breton ; and at 10.15 a.rn at the Village Hall, Rettendon and a. 10.15 a.m. at the British Legion Club, tiptree. During the week the mission will visit Goldhanger and Tollesbury.

Menevia.-From Friday to Sunday, Fr. Conroy will visit Pembroke Dock district, Fr. Doyle will visit Machynlleth district, and Fr. Maram will visit Burry Port district.

Northampton.-Mass on Saturday at the Old Rectory, Drinkstone, iMrs. J. E. D. Shaw) at 9 a.m.; on Sunday at the Village Institute. Woolpit,, at 9 a.m.. and at Sandpit Farm, Welsham-le-Willows (Col. Ambrose). at II a.m.: on Tuesday at The Beeches. Hemingstone (Mr. Leeson) at 7.30 p.m.: and on Wednesday at 7.30 am.mas., s oanlsosunadtayThhe,

Beeches.

Sutton-on-hTlirnelu--t, at 8.30 a.m., in Ruskington, in II a in . in Clavworth at 5.30 p.m. During the week Fr, Nicholson S.C.J will visit Claypole and Cotlingham areas.

Shrewsbury.-Mass on Sunday at 9 am. in Claserley and at 11 am. in Norton. Next week the travelling mission will visit Halfway House.

Southwark.-This week the Mission will visit: I. Godstoni and Woldingham. Mass on Sunday at The Bell Hotel, Godstone at 8 a.m. and at Upper Court. Woldingham at 9.15 a.m. 2. Knockholt and Downe in

the parish of Orpington Mass at The Vil.age Hall. Knockholt at 8 a.m. and at the Village Hall, Downe at 9.30 a.rn

STUDENTS OF the Christian Brothers' College, Waverley. near Sydney. Australia, saw five ot their senior fellow students received into the Church with public Baptism in the college chapel At the Mass which followed the baptism. two other students made their first Communion with the new converts.

NEARLY 300 Manchester University undergraduates and graduates attended the annual Academic High Mass at the Holy Name Church, Manchester, on Sunday. Bishop Beck presided.

SISTER MARY PAUL HAROLD-BARRY of the Convent of the Sisters of Charity, Ravenswell, Bray. died recently at the age of 94. A member of a well-known Cork family. she had been a religious for 63 years.




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