Page 7, 5th July 1963

5th July 1963
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Page 7, 5th July 1963 — Khrushchev has made overtures

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Khrushchev has made overtures

A RCH13ISHOP ROBERTI, the 1'1 Apostolic Nuncio to the Congo (Leopoldville), has quoted Pope John as saying that Mr. Khrushchev had made overtures towards beginning diplomatic relations with the Holy See.

Speaking at a memorial convocation. last week, at Lovanium University, in honour of Pope John, the Archbishop said that the late Pope had gone on to say that Mr. Khrushchev "must first assure freedom for the Church. We are hopeful that this will be done".


Archbishop Grlaishaw of Birmingham.Sunday: Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction, St. Ambrose, Kidderminster, 3 p.m. Monday: Confirmation and Pond. fical Benediction, Holy Family, Coventry, 4 p.m. Tuesday: Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction, Coughton (fur Sambuurne School). II n.m.: Confirmation and Pond. Real Benediction, Solihull, 4 p.m. Wednesday: Pontifical Low Mass at The Friary, Otton (on occasion of diamond jubilee of Our Lady of Compassion Convent School, St. Bernard's Road, Olton). 10 a.m. Thursday: A G.M. of Oxford and Cam. hridge Catholic Education lloard. Archbishop's House. Westminster. 230 p.m. Friday (July 12): Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction. Oratory School. Woodcote (time not Yet ibted-but It will be a morning ceremony).

Archbishop Klan. Bishop of Portsmouth-Sunday; Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction. Church of Christ the King, Reading. 3,30 pm. Thursday: Confirmation and Pontifital Benediction. Douai Junior School, Ditcham Park, Peters/1dd, 3 p.m. Sunday Only 14): Pontifical Benediction, St. Peter's. Winchester, for children of the diocese, 4 p.m.

Illshop Parker of Norummeme-suncee: Blesses extension to church. Thet ford , a.m. Monday: Attends annual meeting of Diocesan Sick Clergy Fund, Cambridge. 3 p.m. Thursday: Attends annual meeting of Oxford and Cambridge University Board. Westminster.

Bishop Ellis of Nottlogharn. -Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation, Belford. Monday: Presentation to Mpr. Atkinson at Lincoln, 7.30 p.m. Tuesday: Visitation and Confirmation. Corby Glen, Lincs.. 7 p.m. Wednesday: Cathechmical Conference for Clergy. Nazareth House. Nottingham. Thursday: Visitation and Confirmation. Measham, 6.30 p.m. Sunday (July 14): Visitation and Confirmation. HOW Family Church, Chesterfield.

Bishop Beek of Salford. Tomorrow (Saturday); Opens St. Dandan's School. Ashton, 2.30 p.m. Sunday: Celebrates Pontifical May and attends rally in honour of the English Martyrs, Stonyhurst College, 3 p.m. Tuesday: Meets new graduates at St. Gabriel's Han of Residence. Manchester, 5 p.m. Wednesday: Presides at meeting of Diocesan Finance Board, 10.45 a.m.

Bishop Rudderham of Cfifton.-Sunday; Confirmation, Midsomer Norton. 3.30 p.m. Monday: Confirmation, Our Lady of Lourdes. Kingswood. Bristol. 7.10 p.m. Tuesday: Presides at annual meeting of the Diocesan Trustees. Bishop's House, 3.30 p.m.

Bishop Cnwderoy or Southwark. Tomorrow (Saturday): Interviews senior candidates for priesthood. Sunday: Ordination at Wontsh : Adult Confirmation, cathedral, 3.30 p.m. Tuesday: Opens new church at Patcham; Confirmation, Barrow Hills. Wednesday: Visitation and Confirmation, Crawley.

Bishop Wall of Brentwood. Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation, Our Lady and St. George. Walthamstow. 3 p.m, Tuesday: Attends annual meeting of Catholic Women's League, Brentwood. Wednesday: Blesses foundation stone of new Church, eriiiimsea. 7 p.m.

Bishop Cunningham of Heiken and Neweastle.-Sundyy: Visitation and Con. firmation, St. Joseph's, BlaYdon, 6 p.m, Monday: Presides at Governors' Meeting. St. Mary's Secondary School for Boys, Darlington, 330 p.m. Tuesday: Presides at meeting of Diocesan Plans Committee, St. Mary's Cathedral House, Newcastle. 10.30 a.m. Wednesday: Presides at meeting of Diocesan Finance Committee, St. Mary's Cathedral House. Newcastle. 113.30 n,m. Thursday: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Mary's, South Moor. 7 p.m.

Bishop Dwyer of Leeds.-Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation, Sacred Heart Church. Saddleworth, and Holy Family church. Slaithwaite. Monday: PrizegivIng, St. Joseph's S.M. school. Hamlet, Leeds. Tuesday; Priregiving. St. Joseph's girls College. Bradford, Wednesday; Visitation and Confirmation. St. Hubert's Church, Dunsop Bridge. Friday (July 12): Addresses doctors at B.M.A. meeting, Oxford.

Bishop Grow of Shrewsbury.-Sunday: Visitation and Coniltmatioet, Our Lady's, Stockport. MondaYt Visitation of Our

Pacem in Terris' in Hebrew

AJEWISH-SPONSORED Interfaith Committee decided to publish a Hebrew translation of the encyclical Pacem in Terris at the close of an assembly held at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem to honour the late Pope John XXIII.

Prof. Mazer professor of archaeology and former rector of the Hebrew University, presided over the assembly which featured 10 speakers, including faculty members from the university, Catholic and Protestant clergymen and government officials.

Lady's. Stockport, continued; attends Speech Day at Buxton Road Convent, Stockport, 3 p.m, Wednesday: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Winefrides, Shrewsbury, 7 p.m. Thursday: Attends meeting of Diocesan Rescue Society, St. Edmund's, Bebitigton, 3 p.m.


Brentwood. Mass will be said this Sunday at Dunton Park, nr. Brentwood, 8.45 a.m.; "the Acorns", Chalk St., S. Hanningfield, 10.15 a.m.; Clavering Village Hall, 9 am.; St. Edmund's Chapel, Great Wakering. 6.30 p.m. Next Sunday Fr. Grace. 5.S.13.. will visit Layer Breton. Tipiree, Bums and Busted, Menevla. Fr. Agnellus, 0.F.M.Cap., visits Pen-r-grocs, crocenn, and Waenfawr this weekend.

Northampton.Maas will be mid this Sunday at The Billiard Room. Welford, 9 a.m.; and at Lumport Bait, Lamporl. 11 aril. Next week the Travelling Mission will visit Boxford and Trimley St. Mary, Suffolk,

Nottingham. Mass will be said this Sunday at Bottesford. 8.30 a.m.; Eastwell, 11 a.m.; Uppingham, 5.30 p.m. 11uring the week Fr. Nicolsan, S.C.L. will visit Tallington. Eastwell and Billesdon.

Nottingham. Mass will be said this Sunday at Carlton-on-Trent, 8.30 a.m.; Collingham, 11 a.m. During the week Fr, S.C.I., will visit Broughton. Willoughton and Grainthorpe.

Plymouth.-Fr. Scan Mason. M.S.P,S., will say Mass this Sunday at Beaminster (Tindal Hall), 9.30 a.m.; Melbury Osmond (Green Gables), 11 a.m.; Gussagc All Saints (Village Hall). 6.30 p.m. Fr. Mason's address is St. Clare's, Watts Road. Tavistock, Devon. (Tel.: TAV 2645).

Southwark.-Mass will be said this Sunday at Downe Village nee 9 am,: The White House, Tatsfield, 10.30 a.m.; the Village Dalt, Hadlow, 6 p.m.



Bishop Staunton

Bishop Staunton of Ferns. Ireland, died last week (Thursday). four days after his golden jubilee. He was 74. He had attended the Ecumenical Council last year and was hoping to go back in September, Born at Ballyouskill, Co. Kilkenny, he was educated at Si. Kierart's college. Kilkenny. and then Maynooth. He became a bachelor of divinity in 1913 and was

ordained prick the following year. He wag Professor of Dogmatic Theology at St. Kieran's College from 1913 to 14h, and taw won a doctorate at Freibourg University, Switrerland. On his return from Switzerland he was appointed Professor of Sacred Scripture and Canon Law at St. Kieran's. In 1923 hr became Junior Dean at Maynooth. He returned to St. Kieran's as President in 1928, and eleven years later he was consecrated Bishop of, Ferns. He took a special interest in Vocational training and in activities of

the Catholic 'Young Men's Society. He had visited London several times BS SUCK of the Wexfordmen's Association.

Mr. Philip O'Brien Mr. Philip credos, headmaster of St. John's School, liurscough, Liverpool, died whilst on holiday in Ireland. His body was found on Croagh Patrick, and an inquest revealed that he had died from coronary thrombosis while making the ascent of the mountain. Born in Bristol, Mr. O'Brien Was educated in Liverpool and was for 20 years science master at St. Fdward's College there. He had been headmaster at St. John's Primary School for some ten years. He teams a family of six children.

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