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HILVERSUM (1): 11.10 a.m., Fr. tato, O.P. 7.55 p.m., Meditation by Abbe as ()reeve, with Muni. 10.20 p.m.„ Address by Abbe v.d. Meer and. Music.

PARIS (Poste-Paristen): 6.23 p.m., Review by Fr. RogUat, 0.1'.

PARIS (PTT): 4 p.m., Concert by the Basil Choir from Royaumont Abbey. Mina Papal Marcelli (Palestrina). Gregorian Chants. Organ. Intonation (FrescabaldO• WARSAW (2): 9.36 p.m., The Seasons "Oratorio (Haydn).


BORIDEAUX-SUD-OUEST: 11.45 a.m., Studio BRATISLAVA; VA: 8,45 a.m., Sermon. 9 a.m., Mass from the Franciscan Church.

BRUSSELS (1): 6.55 p.m., Alma Redemptoris

(Palestrina); Address by Abbe Haustrate. BRUSSELS (2): 6.45 p.m.' Addreso by the Rev. For. Van den Brando, S.S.: The Sacred Heart. EIiL At7ESHI.o'st(.

UD 1): 9 a.m., Greek Catholic Mass. 10 a.m.. High Mass.

BILVERAlim (1) : 10.10 a.m., High Mass from St. John's, Gernert. 1.10 p.m., Fr. Otten, 0.P. 3.65 p.m., Service for the Sick. 9.30 p.m., Talk by the Rev. Fr. Bless: Saints and Psychopaths. 10.20 p.m., Chorei Epilogue.

LUXF.MBOuRrt; 8.45 a.m., Address by Fr. Desplanques: The School of the Soul.

LYONS (Radio-Lyons): 8 a.m., Mass for the Sick from St. Joan of Arc's.

MILAN, NAPLES & ROME GROUPS: 8.50 a.m. (Rome Group), Organ Recital from the Carmelite Church, Fades. II. a.m., Mina Cantata from the Ba.silica of the Annunciation, Florence. 12 noon, Address.

MONTE CENERT: 11.:30 a.m., Rev. Dr, Alberti. PARIS (Poste-Parisien): 8.40 a.m., Talk and

Reading by Fr. Roguet, 0.1'.: Francis Samples. PARIS (PTT): 11.35 a.m. Sacred Music by the

Basel Chamber Choir. 8.15 p.m., " Cyrano de Bergerac "-Play (Rostand).

PARIS (Radlo-Parts): 10.5 a.m., Sacred MIMIC. (Records). 11.30 a.m.. Talk: Religious' Dancing Processions. 11.50 a.m., Address by Abbe Barbeau: A Christian TestImony-The Founders of the " Semaines Sociales de Firance." 12.10 p.m., Organ Recital by Maurice Durutle.

PRAGUE: 8.40 a.m., Catholic Action Talk: The Church's Mission for the Nation. 10 a.m., High Mass from the Church of the Holy Virgin.

RA.DIO-EIREA.NN: 9,10 p.m., Some Might Have Beene of Irish History: If we had Lost the Battle of Cloistall-Tellt by M. O'Duhgatli and the Rev. John Ryan, 8.J.

RAo10-MED/TERRANEE: 7.30 p.m., Catholic Transm lesion,

FtADIO-N1JRMANDY: 12.50 p.m., Address. SCHENECTADY: 11 p.m., Catholic Hour. SOTTENS: 0.0 p.m., Address by Mgr. Henri Schaller. 7 p.m., Sacred Song rind Organ STReciStBalO RA URG: 9.30 a.m., Report from Saverne: The Esperanto Congress. 11.30 a.m., Studio Service. What . t Address ege..tbay Wthee? Rev. Fr. Meeriard: O TOULOUSE (Radio-Toulouse): R a.m., Mesa Cantat a.. 11.45 a.m., Address by Fr. Lacouague: Always on the Alert.

WARSAW (1): 10 em. (for all Polish Stations), High Mass from WIlne, Cath drat. 11.25 a.m,, Carillon Recital from Malines Cathedral. ZAGREB: 11 a.m., Mass from St. Mary's. 12 noon, Studio Service.


BRUSSELS (1): 6.45 p.m., Organ Recital by Jean Collet.

NAPLES GROUP: 7.70 p.m., " Stabat later" (Pergotes1).

PARIS (PTT): 5.35 p.m.. Organ Recital by Henri Ntbelle from the Scholz,. Cantortun. PARIS (Radio-Paris): 6.15 p.m., The History of Choral MUSie : Joaquin des Frac Pierre de In Rue and Orlando de Lassus-Talk by N. Dumesnil. with Choral Illustrations,

RENNES-BRETAGNE: 8.30 p.m., Three Playa, inclUding " Jeanne d'Aro " (Marius Riollet)• WARSAW (1): 4.20 p.m., Organ Recital,


ALPES-GRENOBLE: 12 noon, A Visit to the Ancient Abbey of St. Antoine, Dauphine. BRUSSELS (1): 7 p.m., Review by Mgr. Picard. 7.15 p.m., " Verlaine " (Thibaudet), with Faurti and Debussy Music.

BUDAPEST (1): 6.50 p.m., Organ Recital. HILVERSU34 (1): 11.10 a.m., Fr. Into, 0.P. MILAN, NAPLES & ROME GROUPS: 10 a.m., Patronal Mass trona St. Anthony's, Padua. STRASBOURG: 3.45 p.m., Talk: Strasbourg Cathedral Spire, Sign of Spirituality.


rritpt4 25 p.m., Organ Recital from Notre Dame, Roubaix,

PRAGUE: 6.15 p.m., Catholic Action Talk, STRASBOURG: 8,30 p.m., Masa in II minor (Bach); Conductor, Charles Munch, Soloists. Jo Vincent, Una Falk, Max Melli and Herrmann Schey.


BRUSSELS (2): 7 p.m., " Heart of Segue, Burning with Love "-Radio Theme (Cyrus Verleyen). 8 p.m„ " St. Ludegarde, the Flower of Flanders "-Play with Old Music (Illida Smeulders).

HILVERSUM (1): 11.10 a.m., Fr. Dito, O.P.

LUXEMBOURG: 11.15 a.m., Mass for the Sick from Clervaux Benedictine Abbey. Octave of Corpus Christi. Mass, Cibavit toe. Kyrie IX. Credo II.

PARIS (Eiffel Tower): 5.25 p.m., Recital of Sacred Music from Versailles Chapel.

PARIS (PTT): 5.5 p.m., Talk: Gabriel Faur6. 5.35 p.m., Organ Recital by Gaston Litaize from the &holm Cantorurn.

PARIS (Radio-Cite): 8.55 p.m.. Lea Petite Chanteure h la CroiX de Bois.

RADIO-NORMANDY: 9 p.m., flounod Concert. STRASBOURG: 8.15 p.m., " Our Cathedral "Radio Monograph M German, with Music.


BEROMUNSTER: 7.55 p.m., Talk by Fr, Ludwig: modern Religious Movements-The Non-Apostolic Church; the Pentecost Movement: the Mormons. $.15 p.m. (also Monte Cenerl) Organ Recital.

NAPLES GROUP: 7.15 p.ra., " La Serve. Padrona " (Pergoleel).

PARIS (Radio-Paris): 6.15 p.m., Sweelinck Choral Music, with Commentary. 8.15 p.m., " Suffered under Pontius Pilate "-Three-Act Play (Paul P.aynal) from the Thtatre Francais, SOTTENS: 8.15 p.m., Sacred Music of Styles Composers, Organ PasgaCaglie. (Barblan). Poeme funhbre for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra. (Chalk). " St. Francis ef Assisi " -Oratorio (Gagnebin).

STRASBOURG: 10 p.m., Bach Organ Recital by Charles Muller.

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