Page 9, 5th April 1940

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Page 9, 5th April 1940 — BIRMINGHAM PROFESSORS PROTEST
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BIRMINGHAM PROFESSORS PROTEST

Sixty-four members of the teaching staff of Birmingham University, including prominent Catholic professors, have signed a protest against the closing of the Universities of Prague and Cracow by the Nazi invaders.

A similar message has been sent to the Polish Legation about the University of Cracow.

The teachers are drawn from all the faculties—science, arts, medicine, commerce and law.

Mgr. B. Griffin, Auxiliary Bishop of Birmingham, has blessed a statue of St. Teresa, brought from France, which has been placed in St. Patrick's Church, Birmingham. The church has been placed under the patronage of St. Teresa.




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