Page 7, 7th December 1956

7th December 1956
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Page 7, 7th December 1956 — WATCH OUT KILBURN

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Lewisham is coming

THE Legion of Mary paper set lers at St. Saviour's Church, Lewisham, are out to beat the Legion in the Sacred Heart parish, Quex Road, Kilburn, who-as reported a month ago-now sell 1,600 Catholic papers every week.

The Lewisham parish, perhaps a quarter the size of the Kilburn one. started with a barrow and two dozen Catholic papers and pamphlets and soon reached 380 copies weekly.

On seeing the Kilburn record they stepped up their efforts, until last week-end they sold 789 copies-some on Saturday from the barrow, and the rest at the five Sunday Masses attended by about 2,000 people.

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