Page 7, 16th December 1949

16th December 1949
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Bus For Poles Solves A

WELSH MASS PROBLEM TOO From a Special Correspondent In a Welsh parish of 500 square miles there are only 260 parishioners of which at least 150 are Poles. These people live in......

Itma Man At Brains Trust

"Should a naughty child be punished with the threat of withholding its Christmas presents? " and " What would the speakers say if they had an opportunity of speaking freely for......

The Legion Of Mary Has 8,000 Members

From a Special Correspondent Westminster Cathedral Hall was packed to overflowing on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Dec. 8, for the Annual General Reunion for members......

Bishop Elect At Chatham

The first public engagement which Mgr. Cowderoy, BishopElect of Southwark, accepted was the opening on Thursday last, Feast of the Immaculate Conception, of the new Chapel of......

We Want Teachers

—MGR. ELLIS From Our Own Correspondent NOITINOHAM. " What we desire in the Church in England today is a great body of teachers enthusiastic for their work and inspired by the......

Lincoln Needs £70,000 For Its Schools

From Our Own Correspondent Speakin g at the opening of a bazaar at Lincoln on Saturday, the Rev. Peter Taylor, of St. Hugh's, Lincoln. said that approximately f704000 would be......

Scouts In Retreat One Hundred Senior Scouts From South...

parishes attended a Day of Recollection on Sunday last at the Ursuline Convent. Wimbledon. Fr. Barton Watson, S.J., liaison chaplain for Oxfordshire and late Scoutmaster of the......

I'll Back Your Schools Says Tory M.p.

From a Special Correspondent "I believe in secular education," said Mr. John Parker, Labour M.P. for Dagenham, when interviewed by some Catholics after a public debate, held in......

Film Society To Organise Shows In Parish Halls

By a Staff Reporter The Catholic Film Institute has decided to organise the showing of Sunday films and lectures in the London region, and hopes that the move will soon be......

The Schools' Question

"We Don't Want To Badger M.P.s .” —ARCHBISHOP MASTERSON From Our Own Correspondent Over 2,000 Catholics of Tyneside heard the Catholic Schools' Question put before them, calmly,......

First And Last Parish Remembers

The Church of the Immaculate Conception, Penrance, was, for many Dominion and Allied troops during the war. the last Catholic church they ever attended. This fact was recalled......

From 7 Parishes To 18 In Thirty Years

I.ess than 30 years ago there were only seven Catholic parishes in North Staffordshire —now there are 18. This was a point made by Canon M. Power when cormnenting on the......

Families Not Meetings Will Save Schools

From Our Own Correspondent Catholic schools will he saved for our children not by meetings and demonstrations but by the progress of families in their own home, said Fr. W.......

We Are

PERSECUTION MINDED When he addressed a Manchester meeting last week organised by the city's branch of the Civil Service Catholic Guild, Fr. Agnellus Andrew, 0.F.M., said that......

Bishop Parker At Slough

Mgr. 1.eo Parker, Bishop o f Northampton. addressed a meeting of local Catholics at Slough . Bucks, on Monday, Dec. 12. at St. Anthony's School. Farnhatn Road, Slough. The......

Towards Co-partnership

" The whole trend of Catholic thinking today was towards the modifying of the wage system by some form of co-partnership and true profit-sharing," said Fr. Langdale. at a......

Mr....•ni 0 Ii T Aries Imi■ming

DEAN J. J. NO13LET, D.S.O. Solemn Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the Very Rev. Fr. John James Noblet, D.S.a. parish priest of the church of St. Francis of Assisi,......

Silver Jubilee

The silver jubilee of St. Joseph's Special School, Sarnhourne—the Junior Department of Besford Court—was celebrated on Friday last, December 9, at the scchool bs the community......

On-catholics Do Go To Talks For Non-catholics

Er. Bernard McIver, 5.1., gave a recent " talk for non-Catholics '• at the Manor House Convent, East Finchley, which once again showed how popular and well attended by......

Actu Wants Catholic Daily

A plea for a Catholic daily paper which would make the same kind of appeal to Catholic workers as the Daily Worker did to others, was made at an ACTU meeting at St. Patrick's......