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Friday, July R. Archbishop's House: Presides Annual General Meeting of Crusade of Rescue, 5.30 p.m.

Saturday, July 9. Cathedral : Sings High Mass, preceded by Terce. and Ordains Priests of St. Joseph's Foreign Missionary Society, 8 p.m.

Sunday, July 10. Rheims: Attends solemn re-opening of the Cathedral, Wednesday, July 13. Fanhams Pss k: Attends Garden Party in aid of Auxilio Social, 530 p.m.


Sunday, July 10: Leads Pilgrimage of K.S.C. at Canterbury.

Tuesday, July 12: Leads Pilgrimage to Our Lady's Shrine at West Grinstead.

Wednesday, July 13: Presides at meeting of Governors of the John Fisher School at Bishops' House.

Thursday, July 14: Assists at High Mass at St. Edmund's, Beckenham, on the occasion of the opening of the new church.

Friday, July 15: Together, with the Bishop of Pella, assists the Bishop of Portsmouth to consecrate Mgr. King as Bishop of Opus, at Winchester.

Travelling Mission

The Centres to be visited next weekend are : Send, Sutton Park parish, Surrey. Services at Ashburton House, Friday, Saturday and Monday, Mass 8 o'clock. Sunday, Mass, 8.30. Rosary, sermon and Benediction, 3.30.

Gomshall, Chilworth parish, Surrey. Services at The Homestead, Friday and Saturday, Mass, 8 o'clock. Sunday, Mass, 8.30.

Retreat for Boys

The summer retreats for boys organised by the Dominican Fathers will begin at the end of July. Parents and others in charge of boys are asked to send their applications as soon as possible to the Secretary, Catholic Junior Retreatants, 36, Great Smith Street, Westminster, S.W.1.

The minimum charge for a three-day retreat is one shilling per boy, though each is, of course, expected to pay his own travelling expenses. The age limits are 10-16 for those making their first retreat.

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