Cardinal Heenan. Archbishop of Westminster-Tuesday: Gosernors' meeting, Si, Mary's College, Strawberry Hill, 2.30. Wednesday: Carol Service of City of Westminster Technical College. Westminster Theatre, 2.
Bishop Casey, AmtIllary of Westminster --Sunday. Offers Mass and Rives confirmation, Si. Paul's, Wood Green, 3.30. Tuesday: Consecration of Bishop Carroll Pro-Cathedral. Dublin, 10.
Bishop Foley of Lancaster-Saturday: Opens Christmas Bazaar at Mount Street Hospital. Preston, 10. attends Lancaster University Court, 11.30. Sunday: Says Mass at the re-opening of the Thanksshins Shrine, Blackpool. 11. Monday: Attends luncheon for Patronal Feast at Castlehead, Grange over Sands. 12.30, attends buffet super of the Diocesan Resole and Prov..-ction Society, Tulkoh Road. Preston, 7. Tuesday: Officiates at the blessing and opening of the New Primary School of the Holy Family, Ingot. Preston, 2.30, visitation and confirmation at St. Mary's. Yealand, 7, attends Lancaster University degree ceremony at the Town Hall, Lancaster, 3.
Bishop Cashman of Arundel and !Richton-Monday: Attends mcaaina of Eastbourne. I.ewes and St. Leonard's Deaneries at Eastboorne. 3. Wednesday: Attends meeting of Southwark Children's Society at Purley. 4; Thursday: Opens Parish Hall, liersham, 9. Fr. Thomas Francis Bennett, 0.S.B.. who died on November 24th at Birtley, Co. Durham. aged 70, joined the Community at Douai Abbey in 1925 after several years as a professional violinist. He was ordained Priest in 1931 and served at myth. St. Augustine's, Livrpool. Walton-le-Dale and Ormskirk
Brig. Michael John Cahill. In Cork, aged 77. Late R.A.S.C.; Deputy Director Supplies and Transport, Eighth Army and British troops in Austria, 1945. Served in 1914-48 and 1939-45 wars. Mentioned in despatches throe times. O.B.E. 1943.
Fr. Camillus Gniecoo. 0.F.M., on November 21, the home of the Alexian Brothers at Twyfurd Abbey, aged 66. Born in London, he fottenved his brother, the tale Fr. Arthur, into the Friars Minor, enterine the novitiate at Chilworth in 1927. After ordination at Forest Gate he served in several parishes of the Province. He served overseas as a R.A.F. chaplain. He was Cl Si. Bonaventure's. Bristol, for several years after the war before returning to Forest Gate where he was Director of the Franciscan Missions in India and Africa until ill-health ended these activities. For the last two years he had been a member of the Bristol community and went to Twyford Abbey when it became impossible for him to continue just a few weeks ago.