Page 7, 8th May 1953

8th May 1953
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Page 7, 8th May 1953 — 'OPEN DOOR' WELCOME AT NEW CHURCH
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'OPEN DOOR' WELCOME AT NEW CHURCH

The doors were left wide open and the service relayed outside when the new Church of Our Lady of the Rosary was opened last week-end by Bishop Rudderham at Lawrence Weston. Bristol.

The Bishop blessed the churchthe second to be built in Bristol since the war-on Saturday evening and opened it with Pontifical High Mass on Sunday.

The church will eventually cost about £22,000-a tower and presbytery have still to be added-and will serve the newly developed estate where already 1.000 Catholics are living. A school for 450 children is planned.

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The Sheringham, Norfolk, Catholic Babies' Home has received £14 from a sale arranged by the Convent. the Catholic Women's Guild and other women of the parish.

The Staffordshire Education Committee has agreed to the proposed five-form entry special agreement Catholic school for Dudley, and is to pay its share of the 75 per cent. grant involved.




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