Page 7, 8th July 1949

8th July 1949
Page 7
Page 7, 8th July 1949 — ACTION FOR MGR. RERAN
Close

Report an error

Noticed an error on this page?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it.

Tags

People: J. Moran
Locations: Canterbury, Leeds

Share


Related articles

Mgr. Reran, The Serene Prisoner

Page 8 from 16th March 1951

More News In 10 Days Time

Page 1 from 2nd June 1961

Missing Prelate: Embassy Talks

Page 15 from 1st December 1961

Archbishop Reran Sta.-douglas Hyde's Call For Immediate...

Page 2 from 8th July 1949

Missing Prelate: Embassy Talks

Page 1 from 8th December 1961

ACTION FOR MGR. RERAN

Following the call in last week's CATHOLIC HERALD for action now, to save Archbishop Beran, reports show that Catholic societies and organisations all over the country have taken or are about to take action in the matter.

St. Joseph's. Wembley, and Our Lady and St. Thomas of Canterbury, Harrow, have arranged a joint protest meeting to take place at Wembley Town Hall on Sunday, filly 24. Several prominent speakers will attend.

St. Augustine's, Leeds, branch of the Sword of the Spirit have sent the following telegrams to the Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia and Archbishop Reran:

PRIME MINISTER PRAGUE. "Herod. Nero, Diocletian failed. So will persecutors of Stepinac and Mindszenty. Are you adding your name to theirs?"

ARCHBISHOP RERAN. "Encouragement and prayers. Confident the Gates of Hell shall not prevail."

St. Marie's, Widnes, Lanes, branch of the Catholic Young Men's Society are organising a postcard protest on behalf of the Archbishop.

Mr. J. Moran, an official of St. Marie's C.Y.M.S., told our reporter that about 500 postcards will be sent to local Members of Parliament and members of the Cabinet. Mr. Moran hoped that other C.Y.M.S. branches will take similar action.




blog comments powered by Disqus