Page 5, 8th May 1953

8th May 1953
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Page 5, 8th May 1953 — 'CATHOLICS ARE YOUR FRIENDS'

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Locations: Glasgow


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Archbishop tells Poles exiled on National Day

EXILED Poles ri Scotland, observing their National Day. were told by Archbishop Campbell of Glasgow that though they t;'ere exiles, they were not without friends.

Speaking whC he presided at St. Andrew's Cathedral. Glasgow. at Solemn Higlt Mass for the National Day. he said "The Catholic priests of this huge archdiocese. the 5ood. the fervent Catholic people of this country are your friends."

The Archbishop said Poland, at the far-eastern end of Europe, had always been the bastion of the Faith against the hordes of Asia. as Ireland had been the bastion in the West.

And just as Ireland had once again become a great Catholic nation, the Justice of God demanded that the freedom and glory of Poland would be restored. FTc prayed that the exiles might soon retunn to a Poland whero. as in the past, the praise of God and His Holy Mother would be heard from end to end of the country.

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