Page 7, 15th September 1950

15th September 1950
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Knights And Legionaries In Audience

TH E Holy Father, receiving some hundreds of Irish Knights of St. Columbanus and members of the Legion of Mary in audience at Castel Gandolfo last week, praised the Irish trade......

Reading Lectures : Year's Course

A year's course of 24 meetings on " Morals and Economics in Society Today " will be given by Mr. J. R. Kirwan, M.A., B.Litt., of the Catholic Workers' College, Oxford, at the......

Red Tactics In China (continued From Page 1)

seem that the tactic is to use the Protestants against them as has been done, for example, in Czechoslovakia. "Tremendous pressure is being put on our missions in many parts of......

Audiences

THE 550 members of the Knights of St. Columba Holy Year pilgrimage, who returned to London on Monday had three Papal audiences. They were received in public audience on......

London Pilgrimage To Bala

The first London pilgrimage to the shrine of Our Lady of Fatima at Bala, North Wales. will leave Paddington by special train at 8 a.m. on Sunday, October 8, 'and return the same......

Brothers Did Rome • , Pilgrimage On Eu

MR. John Lett, Liberal prospective candidate for Hayes and Harlington, and his brother Frank have just returned to England after hitching and hiking from Rome with only enough......

Congress Tickets

Still some available for Cathedral There is still a limited number of tickets available for standing room at the Hierarchy Centenary ceremonies in Westminster Cathedral on the......

Nuns Thanked For Hidden Life Of Prayer The Archbishop Of

Birmingham expressed the gratitude of Catholics for the hidden life of prayer of the Poor Clares when he presided and preached at High Mass for the centenary of the Poor Clares......

New Jesuit Rectors

Heythrop, Beaumont and Farm Street Fr. Desmond Boyle, SI, has been appointed Rector of Heythrop College, Chipping Norton, and Fr. Sir Lewis Clifford. Bart., S.J.. Rector of......

Two Bishops For Celebrations In Bournemouth

The Bishop of Portsmouth and the Bishop of Plymouth will take part in the Bournemouth celebrations of the Hierarchy's Centenary on September 24. Mgr. King will pontificate at......

Hospice Arose

OUT OF 'HUNGRY 40 5 s , The 50th anniversary of the arrival of the Irish Sisters of Charity in Hackney, London, to staff St. Joseph's Hospice for the old and afflicted was......

Catholics Hurt As House Falls

Among those injured when a row of houses in Swansea collapsed last week were members of a Catholic family. Mr. William Thomas, his wife, and their son and daughter. William and......

Jesuits' Pictures In Road Crash

Serious damage was done in a road accident last week to a number of valuable pictures belonging to the Society of Jesus, while they were on their way from London to Harlaxton......

Centenary Mass

for children Final practice The Children's Mass Committee, working under the direction of Mgr. Collingwood, Westminster Cathedral administrator, with Canon Fairhall acting as......

Derbyshire Hill Cross

The Bishop of Nottingham, Mgr. Ellis, is to bless a large cross to be erected on the top of Corbar Hill, Derbyshire. The cross is being set up through the initiative of Fr.......

Mass' For Firemen

Requiem Mass was offered last week at St. Joseph's Church Wembley, for all members of the fire services who lost their lives in the war. Many uniformed members of the Catholic......

Canon Van Meenen

Canon J. van Meenen, parish priest of St. Mary's, Hornehurcie who underwent a serious operation last week, is stated to be making satisfactory progress.......

Obituaries Fr. R. Blillesbach

Fr. Rudolph Bullesbach, a retired priest of the Southwark diocese, died on Wednesday last week at The Wilderness, Ashburton, Devon, aged 85. Fr. Bullesbach served at Camberwell,......