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YOUTH MOVEMENT Ile$ton and lsleworth Form Catholic Youth Association Its

chief aim being to encourage Catholic Youth activities in the Borough of Heston and 'stem/teeth, a Catholic Youth Association was inaugurated for the district at a meeting of borough parish priests and people interested in the Youth Movement, and held on Sunday, at the White Fathers' Hal], Heston.

There were also present the parish priest of Whitton, Fr. L. M. Cheray, S.S.E., whose parish was expected to be included in the scheme, and Fr. Tiger, S.J., of Campion The Rev. W. F. Musgrave, of Hounslow, revealed that he had some time back been approached by a Protestant minister anxious that the Churches should take their share in the control and direction of Youth. It was also confirmed that Council 113 of the K.S.C. had taken particular interest in the promotion of the Association.

First practical step of the Association will be the holding of a social for young people, at which the wishes of the "latter as to the type of activities they would like to have organised in their behalf will be consulted. Existing Catholic societies in the area have signified their support to the Association, including Hounslow Conference of the SN.P. and the two borough Catholic Scouts Groups.




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