Page 13, 3rd July 1936

3rd July 1936
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Page 13, 3rd July 1936 — Legion of Mary's New President
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Legion of Mary's New President

At the June meeting of the Concilium, held in Dublin, Mr. John Nagle was unanimously elected President of the Legion of Mary in succession to Mr. Frank Duff, whose six years' term of office had expired.

In his capacity of secretary to the concilium Mr. Nagle had already voluntarily given his whole time to the work of the Legion. He is a young Dublin man, wellknown in many parts of England and Scotland which he has visited in connection with Legion work.

The new President, whose election was received with the utmost enthusiasm, entered upon his duties immediately following his inauguration.




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