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Mgr. Basil Gudgeon Mgr. Basil Gudgeon, who died suddenly on Thursday, July 7, at Clacton-on-Sea, at the age of 49, was well-known all over the country as the energetic director......

Sir Alec Charles Russell, Bt.

Captain Sir Alec Charles Russell, Bt., M.C., died suddenly on Friday last, in his forty-fourth year. A son of the late Hon. Cyril Russell, he succeeded his uncle, the Hon. Sir......

Don Mario Colonna

Associations with Great Britain, by education and by marriage, gave many British friends to Don Mario Colonna, who was killed. last Saturday, in an aeroplane crash near Rome.......

Sir John Harvey Blunt, Bt.

After only a short illness, Sir John Harvey Blunt died on Monday last at his home in Tunhridge Wells, in his sixty-sixth year. He was the ninth holder of the baronetcy,......

Mr. W. J. De Freitas, K.c.

Mr. William J. De Freitas, K.C., of British Guiana, died last Monday at Ashley Gate, Walton-on-Thames, aged sixty-four. He was the son of the late le. J. De Freitas, of......

Mr. W. Lovelace

Preceding the interment, last Monday, in St. Pancras Cemetery, a requiem Mass was celebrated at Claygate, Surrey, for the soul of Mr. William Lovelace, of Gray's Inn, who died......

Charitable Bequests

CANON LONGINOTTO The Very Rev. G. M. D. Longinotto, formerly for many years rector at Windsor, who died on May 14 last, left estate of the value of £13.947, with net personalty......

Episcopal Engagements

Westminster Sunday, July 17 : Harrow, South: Makes Canonical visitation and gives Confirmation, 4 p.m.. Harrow: Makes visitation and gives Confirmation, 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 19......

Broadcast From Ware Compline At St. Edmund's

A service will be broadcast from St. Edmund's College, Old Hall, Ware, on the London Regional wavelength at 7.55 p.m. on Sunday, July 17. The sermon will he given by the Very......

Brentwood Clerical Appointments

The Rev. Francis Dobson, to Stock, in place of the Rev. Augustine Davidson, now retired; the Rev. John Ryan, to Our Lady of St. George, Walthamstow; the Rev. Charles Johnson, to......

Paid Holidays— Perhaps

Ilmid Legislation After a great deal of boosting the Holidays with Pay Bill is presented to the public. It is a timid piece of legislation, and the fuss it has occasioned is......

Hare Street House Gardens Open To Public

The gardens of Hare Street House will be open to the public on Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 6 p.m. by permission of Cardinal HinsIey. A charge of sixpence will be made and......

Birmingham Centenary

Opens With Mass Councillors Attend St. Chad's Catholic members of the Birmingham City Council, including Councillor J. Rigby, Chairman of the Pageant Committee, were present at......

12,540 Stepney Pennies

During a recent procession through the streets of Stepney from the Church of SS. Mary and Michael. Commercial Road, collecting boxes were taken by men of the parish, so that the......

Ambulance Brigade Annual Church Parade

It is proposed by the organising committee of the Catholic membere' Church Parade, of the St. John Ambulance Brigade, to hold their third annual parade and service on Sunday......

Canterbury Pilgrimage British Legion's Courteous Act

Last week at Walsingham many pilgrims were confused by newly-erected signposts pointing away from the Slipper Chapel and towards the Anglican shrine. Last Sunday, Pilgrims to......

Family Of 1,600 Children Work Of Southwark Catholic...

Over two hundred members and friends of the Southwark Catholic Rescue Society spent a very enjoyable afternoon at the Society's Homes at Orpington on the occasion of the Annual......

Religious Feelings Are Not Attacked It Is Priests Who Are...

An altar to St. John Fisher at the Church of Our Lady and the English Martyrs, Cambridge, was consecrated by the Bishop of Northampton on Saturday. In a sermon on Sunday Fr. G.......

Stoke's New Canon Presentation From Parish

The news that Dean L. V. Twiney of Stoke-on-Trent has been made a Canon of the Metropolitan Chapter of Birmingham will give deep satisfaction to all who knew him. Educated at......

"no Excuses" Catholic Action Meeting At Edgware

Edgware, which has had a Catholic Action Council since last January—the first in the archdiocese — will hold a general meeting of the parish on July 19 to adjust the......

Beckenham's New Church

The church of St. Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury, Village Way, Beckenham, was opened on Thursday, at 11 a.m., by Mgr. Amigo. Sir Edward Campbell, M.P., and the Mayor and......

Bradman Bat Won At Salesian College

The annual sports were held at Battersea on Wednesday, July 6. The events were all very fairly evenly contested, and a very gratifying feature of the day was the keen running of......

Romford Pilgrims 300 Go To Walsingham

Romford's pilgrimage to Walsingham on Sunday was of a markedly liturgical character. On the eve of departure there was Benediction and blessing of the pilgrims according to the......

Catholic Schools' Swimming Gala

The annual swimming gala for Catholic schools held under the direction of SS. Mary and Joseph's School, Poplar, took place on July 7. Eighty-three schools were invited to the......

Plymouth Cycling Club

The Plymouth St. Christopher's Catholic C.R.C. had their first trial run on Sunday, July 10. The trip was a great success. Cyclists anti ramblers met for tea and went together......

Concert For Austrian Ref Ugees

A concert in aid of Austrian refugees will be held on Wednesday, July 20, at 8 p.m. at the Kensington Town Flail. Tickets 5s. (reserved), 3s, 6d., and 2s., may be obtained from......

Centre Of Action Now Open In Stratford

A centre of action in the Stratford district of East London is now open and working. The help of those who feel they would like to assist in furthering the cause of social......