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Page 11, 3rd February 1939 — UNIVERSITY FEDERATION TO MEET Address by C.H. Editor
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UNIVERSITY FEDERATION TO MEET Address by C.H. Editor

Front Our University Correspondent Christopher Dawson will deliver a lecture on " Nationalism and the problem of. International Order " in Kings' College: of London University at 5.30 p.m. on -Friday, February 17, to members of the University Catholic Federation, who are gathering in London at the mid-term weekend, February 17-19, for their general meeting. • Official delegates from the Catholic Societies in the different universities of Great Britain will be received afterwards at Walsingliam House.

Secular Aspect of Catholicity

On Saturday, February 18, at 11 a.m., Michael de la Bedoyere, editor of the CATHOLIC HERALD, will address the Federation on " The Importance of the Secular, as distinct from the

ecclesiastical, aspect of Catholicity."

This lecture will be given in the New University Buildings, Malet Street.

A varied programme has been arranged for the week-end. In addition to the above lectures and the usual Academic Mass, Federation luncheon, and business meetings, it includes a sight-seeing tour of London, a football match, visits to the theatre, and a dance at Bedford College.

Reception by Cardinal

The Academic High Mass will take place at 10.30 a.m. in Westminster Cathedral on Sunday, February 19.

Afterwards Cardinal Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster, will hold a reception of members in the throne room at Archbishop's House.




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