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EPISCOPAL ENGAGEMENTS

Archbishop Godfrey of West Sunday: Assists and Preaches at Solemn Mass for opening of new church, Boreham Wood (North), 11 a.m. Monday: Sings Terce and Solemn Mass, Cathedral, 10 a,m. Tuesday: Departs for Rome.

Archbishop Girinashass of Birmingham.Sunday: Ordination, Oscott College, Sutton Coldfieid, 10 a.m.; Continuation and Pontifical Benediction, Sacred Heart, Aeton, Birmingham, 3 p.m. Monday: Pontifical High

Mass, Cathedral, Birmingham,

11 a.m.; meeting of the Rural Deans, Archbishop's House, Birmingham, 3 p.m. Tuesday : Profession ceremony, Dutton Abbey. Stone, Staffs., II a.T11. Wednesday: Presents prizes, St. Agnes' Convent, Erdlrigton, 2.30 p.m. Thursday: Confirma• lion and -Pontifical Benediction, Se Patrick's, Dudley Road, Birmingham, 3 p.m.

Archbishop Heenan of Liverpool. Sunday: Confirmation, St. John's, Liverpool. 3 p.m. and 5 pen. Monday: Visitation and Confirmation, Our Lady's, Birkdale. Tuesday: Visits Old Xaveriann Society. St. Francis Xavier's College, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Presides at annual meeting of the Metropolitan Cathedral Building Fund, Assembly Hall, Cathedral Buildings, 3.30 p.m.; presides at prize-giving for Notre Dame High school, St. Philip's Hall, Mount Pleasant. 6 p.m. Thursday: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Anne's, Freeh.field. Friday. December 12; Addresses Huyton district schoolleavers, St. Aloysilan, Roby, 330

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Archbishop King, Bishop of Portsmouth.-Sunday; Ordination. Claretian House of Studies, Highclifte Castle, Christchurch, 10 a.m. Monday: Sings Pontifical High Mass, Patronal Feast, Training College. Southampton, 10 a.m.• ' attends students' play. Training College. Southam.pton. p.m. Saturday. December 13: Attends official opening of Blessed Hugh Farrington School. Reading, 10.3(1 a.m. Sunday. December 14: Says Mass, St. John's, Wallingford. 11 a.m.: visits Douai Abbey for whoa] opera.

Bishop Flynn of Lancaster.Sunday; Blesses picture of our Lady of Czestochowa for the Polish Community. Lancaster, 11.45 a.m. Monday: Lays the Foundation Stone of the new Church at Boarbank Hall, Grange. Saturday, December 13: Opens the St. Walburge's Sale of Work. Preston, 2.30 p.m.

Bishop Parker of Northampton.Sunday : Preaches in aid of Northampton Cathedral Fund, Birmingham Oratory. Monday: Sings Mass, Birmingham Oratory, p.m. Wednesday: Attends Chapter and other diocesan

meetings, Northampton. Sunday, December 14th: Visitation, Our Lady's, Great Billing, 10 a.m.; Confirmation, St. Patrick's. Northampton, 330 p.m,

Bishop Ellis of Nottingham.

Sunday : Continuation, Mount St. Mary's College, Spinkhill, Derbys. Monday; Feast of the Immaculate Conception-presides at High Mass at Mount St. Mary's. Friday: December 12: Attend-s Ukrainian Concert in Albert Hall, Not•tineharn. Sunday, December 14: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Paul's, Lenton. Nottingham. 3.30 p.m.

Bishop Brunner of Middlesbrough.

-Sunday: Confirma-tion, Holy Name esi Mary, Middlesbrough, Wednesday: Attends Newman Association d.inner, Middlesbrough. Thursday: Profession, St. Joseph's Convent,

TYork. Bishop Murphy of Shrewsbury.-oday (Friday): Attends speech day at St. Hilda's, Wallasey. Sunday: Confirmation at R.A.F. camp, Cosford, 11.15 am.; Confirmation at Plowden, I p.m. Monday: Ordination at Sacred Heart College, Melees. Tuesday; Attends Chapter Mass at St. Werburgh's, Chester, 11 a,m. Thursday: Visitation and Confirmation, Oswestry, 7 p.m.

Bishop Beck of Salford.-Tomorrow (Saturday): Gives Benediction for the Union of Catholic Mothers, Cathedral, 3 p.m. Sunday: Visitation, 11.15 a.m., and Confirmation, 3 p.m., at English Martyrs', Urmston; attends mission service, St. Sebastian'a, Pendleton, 6.30 p.m.; attends Doctor's Guild meeting, Midland Hotel, Manchester, 8 p.m. Tuesday: Attends clergy day of recollection, Cenacle Convent, Manchester, 1130 a.m.; presides at St. Mary's College, Blackburn, speech night In King George's Hall. Blackburn. 730 pen. Friday. December 12: Addresses annual meeting of London University Catholic Chaplaincy Association, at the Chaplaincy. 1 ondon, 8.15 p.m.

Bishop Rudderham of Clifton.Sunday Visitation and Confirmation, St. Joseph's, Fishponds. Bristol, 330

P.m Wednesday : Attends St. Hotel,

.ndS°onci.ety dinner. Hyde Park Bishop Cowderoy of Southwark.

Sunday : Visitation and Confirmation. South Bermondsey. 11 a.m.; adult Confirmation, Cathedral, 330 p.m.; Visitation and Confirmatinn. Mnlesey. 7 p.m. Monday: Pontifical Mass at the opening of Church of the Sacred Heart, Camberwell, 7.30 pin. Tuesday: Visitation and Confirmation. Sutton, 7.30 p.m. Thursday: Attends Children's Carol Concert, Festival 2.15 pan.; Visitation and Confirmation, Wandsworth Common, 7.30 p.m.

Bishop Restieaux of Plymouth.

Sunday: Visitation. 10.30 a.m., and Confirmation, 3 p.m. Our Lady of Fatima, Folkestone, Bournemouth.

Bishop Wall of Brentwood t-To

morrow (Saturday): Lays foundation stone of church of Our Lady of Fatima, Harlow. 3 p.m. Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation, Christ the King, Walthamstow. Monday: Presides and preaches at Mass, church of the immaculate Conception, Chelmsford. 7.30 p.m. Wednesday: Clothing at Convent of Poor Clams, Woodford Green. 9.30 a.m.

Bishop Dwyer of Leeds.-Sunday;

Presides with Apostolic Delegate at Solemn High Mass in St. Patrick's Church, Bradford, 11 am.; attends Reception by the Apostolic Delegate. in Victoria (Great Northern) Hotel. Bradford, 5.30 p.m.; attends Catholic Rally in St. George's Hall, Bradford, to welcome Apostolic Delegate, 7 p.m.. Monday: attends blessing and opening of new wing St. Joseph's College, by Apostolic Delegate, 10 a.m.; celebrates Pontifical High Mass in the presence of the Apostolic Delegate at St. Joseph's College. 10.30 a.m.; attends with the Apostolic Delegate luncheon given by Lord Mayor on occasion of St. Joseph's College jubilee celebrations, 1 p.m.; attends with the Apostolic delegate the banquet in St. Joseph's College. 7.30 p.m. Tuesday: Presider and preaches at Mass for C.O.M. Rally, St. Patrick's, Leeds, 8 p.m. Wednesday: Opens St. John Fisher Secondary Modern School at Dewsbury, 3 p.m.; presents prizes at Notre Dame Speech Day, Town Hall. Leeds, '7 p.m.. Thursday; Visits school and sick of St. Anthony's, Bradford. Friday, December 12: Open Day at the Curial Offices, 18a, Hyde Terrace, Leeds, 2, from 10.30 a.m. until 12.30 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. until 6.30 p.m.

Bishop Cunningham of Hexham and Newcastle.Sunday: Visitation ond Confirmation, St. Matthew's, Ponteland, 6 p.m. Monday: Solemn Profession, St. Mary's Convent, Ebchester, 9.30 a.m.: blessing and opening of new church hall, Ilebburn, 7.30 p.m. Tuesday: Presides at meeting of Diocesan Plans Committee, 10.30 a.m,: Visitation and Confirmation, Our Lady's, Washington, 7 p.m. Wednesday: Presides et meeting of Diocesan Finance Committee, 10.30 a.m.; distributes prizes. St. Columbia's Secondary Modern School, Wallscnd (Memorial Hall), 7 p.m. Thursday: Confirmation, St. Mary's Cathedral, Newcastle, 7.30 p.m.

Fr. Paul Johnson,

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Fr. Paul M. Johnson' 0.S.M., who died last Friday, was born in London in 1901. At the early age of 13, after attending St. Ignatius' College, Stamford Hill, he entered the Servite Order, and did his studies at Begbroke, near (Jxford, and the International College, Rome.

He wan dogged by ill-health and had to return to England before completing the full theological course. He was ordained by Archbishop (later Cardinal) Lepicier at the Servile Church in Fulham Road in 1927. He was then sent to the House of Studies and Noviciate at Begbroke. and was Master of Students until te36; during that period he was of great help and gave wonderful example to many who are now priests of the Order.

In 1936 he was sent to the Servite Church iii Fulham Road. London, and he was there so long that he became a veritable "institution": from 1936 to 1952: for most of that time he was either Prior or Parish Priest, or both; he is held in vivid memory by London Parishioners for his kindliness, charity and hard work on their behalf.

In t952 he was elected as Prior and Parish Priest to the Servile Parish in Kersal, Salford. There he expanded a little school already started, so that recognition could be obtained from the Education Authorities. A fine new hall was built: the number of children grew from 40 until today there are 200, and two new classrooms are to be added soon: the school was recognised nearly two years ago.

Fr. Johnson's love of children was obvious to all: towards the end of his life, his happiness was to have a room overlooking the school playground and to see and listen to the children at their play.

Fr. Fintan Darmody, F.D.M.

Fr. Fintan Darmody, F.D.M., of the Congregation of The Brothers of Our Lady of Mercy, died on Tuesday last week at the Hospital of SS. John and Elizabeth. He was 60.

Born in Dublin he entered the Congregation at an early age and after his religious profession he spent some years teaching in the schools in Canada, Returning to England he taught at Highgate, Chingford and Derby.

With the special rescript granted to the Congregation by the late Holy Father he was among the first members to he ordained priest at Chelsea in 1953.

Canon D. Luddy

Canon Denis Luddy, D.D.. B.A.. died in Ireland on Sunday.

Born in 1886, at Ctogheen, Co. Tipperary, Canon Luddy studied for the priesthood at Mount Mellory Seminary, Waterford, and at the Venerable English College, Rome, being ordained in 1912. After serving in the diocese of Middlesbrough as an assistant priest, he was appointed Administrator of St. Mary's Cathedral in 1924 He became parish priest of St Aelred's, York, in 1934, and then of St. Patrick's, Thornaby. in 1938. where he remained until his retirement in January this year,

Fr. Edward H. Watkis

Fr. Edward Henry Watkis, of the diocese of Northampton, died suddenly at the hospital of St. John of God. Scorton, on Sunday, aged 61.

Born at Bedford, and educated at Bedford Modern School, be was received into the Church in 1913. He studied at Campion House, Osterley. and Beds College, Rome, and was ordained in Rome by Cardinal Marchetti SaIvaggiani in 1936. His first appointment was as assistant priest at the English Martyrs', Cambridge. In 1941 he became parish priest of St. George's, Norwich, and in 1947 parish priest of the Sacred Heart, North Walsham, In 1955 he suffered a stroke, and retired to the Hospital of St. John of God, &orlon.




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