For Cardinal Griffin, Archbishop of Westminster: April 4, Cathedral: Assists at the Mass of the Presanctified, 1030 a m ; Tenebrae, 5.30 p.m. April 5, Cathedral: Presides at Solemn Pontifical Mass, II a.m.: singe Matins and Lauds of Easter, 5.30 p.m. April 6, Cathedral: Sings Terce, Solemn Pontifical Mass and imparts Papal Blessing, 10 UAL ; sings Vespers and gives Pontifical Benediction, 3-15 p.m.; assists at Compline and preaches, 7 p.m.
Nottingham For Mgr. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham: Faster Sunday. Celebrates Pontifical High Mass and preaches at St. Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham, II a.m.
For Mgr. King, Bishop of Portsmouth: April 6. Cathedral, Portsmouth. April 9. Catenian dinner, Portsmouth. April 20. Confirmation, Se James's, Reading, 3.30. April 27. Confirmation, Gosport, 3 p.m.
The Right Rev. Patrick J. Dunne, parish priest of St. Gregory's, Preston,
ihas been appointed a Domestic Prelate to the Pope. Fr. Dunne is Officialis of the Lancaster diocese, thereby being president of the Bishop's Matrimonial
Court. Ater being educated at St, Edward's College, Liverpool, Upholland College and Edmond House, Cambridge, and being ordained in 1915, he served on missions in Liverpool and North Lancashire, including St. Augustine's, Preston, before taking charge at St. Gregory's.
The centres to be visited this week are Rusthall and Southborough, in the parish of Tunbridge Wells. Mass will be said on Easter Sunday in the Open Air School, Rusthall, at 8.30 and in the Victoria Hall, Southborough, at 10.
Young Christian Workers
The Central Council of Physical Recreation announced this week the election of the Young Christian Workers to membership of the Council. This is the first national Catholic organisation to become a constituent member of the Central Council, membership of which is now made up of 159 sports and youth organisations. including the M.C.C., the Football Association, the Rugby Union and the Amateur Athletic Association.
Solemn Triduum A Solemn Tridtium in honour of Blessed Marie Therese de Soubiran, Foundress of the Order of Marie Auxilatrace, who was beatified on October 20, 1946, will take place in the Church of the Jesuit Fathers, Farm Street, W.I, on April 20, 21, and 22. Catholic Europe
The next " Novena for a Catholic Europe" will begin on Holy Satur day. Leaflets and particulars to be obtained from the Secretary, Crusade for a Catholic Europe, St. Kevin's, Jane's Lane, Burgess Hill, Sussex,
Professor P. Sherwood Taylor, Curator of the History of Science Museum at Oxtord, will give the first of a series of talks on the Home Service on Tuesday, April 8, at 10 p.m., entitled "Study and BelieL" People eminent in particular fields of study or scientific research in these talks will discuss the relation of their knowledge to their religious belief.
olemn Vespers on Easter Sunday will be broadcast on the Third Programme at 6 p.m. from St. Joseph's College, Upholland.
SOCIETIES C.W.L., Notts
The Nottingham city section of the C.W.L. has elected Mrs. W. H. Gray as chairman in succession to Mrs. A. Crook, who becomes vice-chairman, Mrs. E. Wilson as hon. secretary and Mrs. E. M. Kirton as hon. treasurer.
The Very Rev. James Canon Bansbee, V.F., for 43 years parish priest
of the Sacred Heart Church, Thornton-le-Fyide, Lancashire, died suddenly in his Presbytery on Friday, aged SO years.
A native of Haighton, Canon Barnher came of old Lancashire farming stock, and went to Thornton from the Pro-Cathedral, Liverpool.
A familiar figure in the district, he was beloved by Catholics and nonCatholics alike, and was reputed to know the Christian names of every one of his parishioners.
In 1947 he celebrated his golden jubilee in the priesthood.
MR. R. C. BULL Solemn Requiem Mass was sung in the Church of St. John the Baptist, Norwich. for Mr. Reginald Charles Bull, who died suddenly on the Feast of the Annunciation. Mr. Bull was a very familiar figure to all Norwich Catholics, having been an altar server for 30 years and Master of Ceremonies under three rectors.
The son of a clergyman of the Church of England, Mr. Bull went from Bury St. Edmunds Grammar School to Corpus Christi, Cambridge, intending to study for the Anglican ministry, but personal doubts led him to give up his studies, and he Was received into the Church in 1910.
MR. G. M. LYNSKEY Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mr. G. M. Lynskey, brother of Mr. Justice Lynskey and Mr. B. V. Lynskey, solicitor, who died at his home in Eccleston Park, St. Helens, was offered at St. Mary's, Portico, on Friday last. A member of St. Helens legal firm of G. J. Lynskey and Sons, he was 4$ years of .age, and leaves a wife and two children.