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NEWS FROM ABROAD

The Netherlands Archbishop, Mgr. de Jong of Utrecht, and Mgr. Dr. Lemmens, Bishop of Roermond (in the province of Limburg), are singled out for attack in the Nazi Weeeklg, Valk en Vaderland, as saboteurs. They are accused of leading the Dutch Catholics in their protest against the deportation of Dutch Jews, which is now taking place.

The Dionne quintuplets have gone to school for the first time with their own brothers and *sisters and other children of the neighbourhood, instead of being housed in a private nursery and separated from their parents. Miss Anne Stuart gives this news in The Witness, official organ of the Dubuque archdiocese, The Prefecture Apostolic of Fongsiangtu, Shensi, China, has been elevated to a Vicariate, and the Prefect, the ReveFilipo Wang Tao Nan, 0.F.M., has been named Titular Bishop of Atribi, In the Order he was called Fr. Savester.

Eight coloured persons, the fled within the 1,000 square mile area of Robeson County, have just been baptised and received into the Church at the St. Madeleine Sophie Mission, which was established to serve all the coloured people of Robeson County, but when the church was built there was not a single Catholic among them. The eight just baptised, after completicio of a course in Christian doctrine lasting many months, are the mission's firet parishioners.




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