Page 5, 12th August 1949

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Pilgrimage To Margate's Shrine

By F. A. I. (ILFORD A pilgrimage to Salmestone Grange Shrine of Our Lady, Margate, the pre-Reformation monastic sanctuary restored by Fr. Aelred Waterhouse, 0.S.B., takes place......

Priests Conference To Discuss Parish And " Mediator Dei "

From a Special Correspondent Revived liturgical practices, such as people's offertory processions, are likely to be debated at a Priests' Conference being held from September 13......

Policemen's Union Seeks Church Aid

ANTHONY WRIGHT MONTREAL. The Canadian Brotherhood of Policemen at its annual convention here has resolved to be guided by the social doctrine of the Catholic Church in its......

Polish Queen, Patron Of University, Exhumed

From Our Own Correspondent In the course of preparations for the beatification of the Polish Queen Jadwiga Hedvig, the queen's tomb in Cracow Cathedral was recently opened in......

" Cardinal Was Fair"

—Says Mrs. Roosevelt By a Staff Reporter Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, recently accused by Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, of "anti-Catholic bias" in her attitude to the......

1,000 Austrian Children In Portugal

LISBON. One thousand underprivileged Austrian children, who spent a sixmonth vacation with Portuguese families under the auspices of the Portuguese Caritas, have left for......

60,000 Pilgrims

QUEBEC. Sixty thousand pilgrims from many parts of Canada and the United States joined in an impressive demonstration of faith at St. Anne de Beaupre on the occasion of the......

New Encyclopedia

ROME. The first volume of a new Catholic encyclopedia, Enciclopedia Cattolica. which will fill a long-felt need in Italy for a modern encyclopedia on Catholic subjects, has been......

270,000 Children Given Holidays

VATICAN CITY. The first of a series of three summer camps for Italian children organised by the Pontifical Assistance Commission has ended, the Commission announced. So far......

Jews Honour Jesuit Hero

MONTREAL. 1 - r. Pierre Chaillet, a French Jesuit hero of the underground resistance to the Germans during World War 11, was recently honoured at a luncheon given for him in......

Communism Grows Among Arab Unemployed

BTIRUT. Reports on rapidly growing Communist agitation among Arab jobless are contained in the Catholic bulletin Al-Rahita, which has resumed publication in Haifa. Articles in......