Page 13, 18th August 1939

18th August 1939
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Dogs Blessed At London Church

But One Said Racca To His Neighbour By a C.H. Reporter About a himdred dogs of all shapes and sizes assembled last. Wednesday morning outside the Church of Si, Thomas More,......

Notes For Ransomers

About a year ago I received a visit from a priest, who told me that he had opened recently a new mission, ill a country v illage. He began with nothing except a handful of about......

Presentation

THE REV. F. COFFEY On Wednesday evening last, August 16, the parishioners of St. John the Baptist's, Brighton, met to make a presentation to the Rev. Frederick Coffey. Fr.......

Guilds And Societies . S.v.p., Clifton

CAMP IN DOWNSIDE ABBEY GROUNDS • The boys' camp under the Brothers of St. Vincent de Paul, Clifton diocese, was erected at Downside Stratton , on the Fosse, on Saturday last,......

Catholic Athlete To Run In Germany

Austin Littler, the Pilkington Recs. athlete, a parishioner of St. Mary's Lowe House, St. Helens, has been chosen to represent the A.A.A. in their match at Cologne on August 20......

The Church Moves On

Little Common Mgr. Brown, Bishop of Pella, recently laid the foundation stone of the new Church of St. Martha, at Little Common, near Bexhill. The church has been dedicated to......

01311 Vary

Canon J. Newton NOTED EDUCATIONALIST Canon Joseph Newton, for twentythree years rector of St. John the Baptist's, Kemp Town, Brighton, died on Thursday after a comparatively......

Mgr. Provost Tynan

VALIANT WORKER FOR • EDUCATION The Right Rev, Mgr. Joseph Tynan, D.D., B.C.L., Provost of the Salford Cathedral Chapter, died on Saturday last at Burnley, where he had been......