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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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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