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On IIoI Faniil Sunday, January 13, Westminster Catholic Parents' and Electors' Association will hold its annal rally in the Tottenham Town Hall at 3 p.m., when the speakers will hit Er. Joseph Christie. SJ., Alderman Maurice Burns and Mr. R. A. G. O'Brien. secretary of the Catholic Education Council.

" Religion and the Psychological Ills of Society " will he the subject of four conferences to be given by Fr. Leycester King. S.J., at Farm Street Jesuit Church, London, on the last four Wednesdays of January at 630 p.m.

The Cenacle Convent, Graysbott, announce thc following retreats for engaged couples: Fr. Dudley Ward. S.J., February 15-17; Fr. de Zulueta. July 4-6; Archbishop Roberts, Si.. November 21-23.

Fr. Waldo Judd, parish priest of Has.sop andBakewell. Derbyshire, is the new president of the Bakewell and District United Christian Council.

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Holywell Council announces that the restoration of St. Winefride's Welt, to be carried out by the Ministry of Works, will begin in April.

Nottingham Diocesan Schools Commission has asked for a primary school at Bidwell and a secondary school at Apsley but the education conunittee. considering that after the next four years the pressure will he at a higher age group, is inclined to allow for the Apsley school only.

Fire In the rafters of a 400-year-old cottage last week threatened the Church of Our Lady of Consolation and St. Stephen at Lynford village, in the heart of the Norfolk forest country. but the flames were put out by the Methwold fire service.

The New Confessional Fund at St. John's Church, Banbury, received £100 from a Christmas. sale of work organised by the C.W.L.

Upminster K.S.C. Council 397 has elected: Grand Knight, Mr. J. F. Stokes; Deputy Grand Knight, Mr. D. J. Lavender; chancellor, Mr, G. Kingborne ; financial secretary. Mr. D. J. Bacon.

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