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Of Persons And Places

A Roving Causerie By G. E. ANSTRUTHER I j AIL to St. Patrick! Ireland's Apostle is one who gets a far wider observance of his feast day in Great Britain than does any other of......

Archbishop Asks Catholic Doctors

Modern World is Sentimental About Suffering Mgr. T. L. Williams, Archbishop of Birmingham, was the principal guest at the annual dinner of the Midland Catholic Medical Society......

Southwark's New Canon

Canon John Byrne, whose appointment to the Southwark Cathedral Chapter is officially announced in another column, was ordained on July 14, 1912. After a short period of ministry......

Driver Was Going For Holy Water

A case of the Law defeating justice occured recently, when Alfred McClure, of Derryharri, was summoned at Clommacate, Armagh, for driving while disqualified. McClure's defence......

Noble Six Hundred

RAISE ONE THOUSAND Tipton Catholics Fine Effort Front a Correspondent BIRMINGHAM. In the Midlands the very name of Tipton is a Music Hall joke, but in reality it is no joke. " "......

The

C1 - 111 1 \ CH MOVES ON . Upminster The foundation stone of the new church at Upminster will be laid on Saturday, March 25. The church will cost £7,000, of which the Rev. M.......

Ex-malting House Becomes Chapel Has War-time Crucifix...

The Catholics of Much Wenloek are now provided with a chapel where Mass is said each Tuesday for those unable to go to Madeley for their Sunday Mass. The chapel is an old......

The Sanctifier

T HE Editor of The Sower is fortunate in his contributors. In the current issue we have, as one of the chief pieces of literary fare, the first of some papers by Archbishop......

A Scottish Advance

A T the beginning of this year, Scotr - % land's Catholic Parish Magazine put itself into a new garb, by an all-round improvement in its material get-up. Mr Peter F. Anson wrote......

Property Of Teutonic Order Confiscated

The Nazis in Austria have confiscated most of the property of the Austrian branch of the Catholic Order of Teutonic Knights, including schools, hospitals and land. One of the......

A Niece Of The Pope, The Daughter Of One Of

his sisters, Is a nun in Buenos Aires, where she saw her distinguished uncle on the occasion of his visit as Papal Delegate in 1934. She is a Franciscan Missionary of Mary.......

The Breakespeare Club

HEADMASTER SPEARS ON " JUSTICE " UNDER CHAIRMANSHIP OF S.C. The fourth session of its Winter Conference was held at the Breakespeare Club on Wednesday, March 8, at 8.30 p.m. The......

Need For Accurate And Searching Reports

The Rev. T. Fitzgerald gave an address on " The Child Delinquent " to the monthly conference of the Catholic Teachers' Guild, held last week at St.. Patrick's, Soho. Having......

Guild And Students' Union Meet At Chaplaincy Members Of The

Catholic Social Guild and the Catholic Students' Union took part recently in a lively discussion in the Chaplaincy, George Square, Edinburgh. The subject was: " The Problem of......

C.y.m.s., Sparkhill

EXPERIMENT TO START RETREAT HABIT The greatest obstacle in the way of a very rapid advance In the Retreat movement in this country is the fear of the unknown. Only those who......

Discussion Circle, Harpenden

RECORD ATTENDANCE FOR FATHER MURRAY There was the largest attendance for five years at last week's meeting of the circle to hear Fr. John Murray, S.J., speak on "Rome, Yesterday......

C.e.g., Brighton

DR. CURTIN ON "GOD AND MODERN THOUGHT" The Rev. J. J. Curtin addressed a. numerous and appreciative audience in the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, on Thursday, March 9, on the......