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Episcopal Engagements

Westminster Cardinal Hinsley's engagements for next week include: Saturday, March 19, Little Sisters of the Poor, Portobello Road ; Presides at old people's dinner. Thursday,......

Clerical Appointments

The Rev. Michael Frost, of the Southwark diocese, and recently ordained, has been appointed as assistant priest at Norbury. Pending the appointment of a parish priest in......

Liverpool Cathedral's Crucifixion Chapel Progresses

The Rev. T. A. Turner, Administrator of the Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool, writing in she current issue of the Cathedral Record, has some interesting information regarding......

Mass In A

BUNGALOW Catholic Connections Renewed at Reading Woodley, near Reading, is to renew old Catholic associations by the acquisition of an acre property known as East Lodge, to......

Children Prepare National Youth Pilgrimage To Walsingham

Several hundred school-children from the West and South-west districts of London are expected to foregather at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 25 (Walsingham's special feast day), for a......

Norwich's Shrine Altar Dedicated To Our Lady Of Walsingham

A new altar in the Walsingham chapel of St. John the Baptist's church, Norwich, was consecrated by Mgr. Youens, Bishop of Northampton, last week. Richly gilded and coloured, the......

The Plight Of Millions

STRANDED BY THE ECONOMIC SEA Alderman Joseph Toole on Subsistence Production Alderman Joseph Toole, Catholic exLord Mayor of Manchester, in the chair at a meeting in Manchester......

Communists Try To Gas Protest Meeting

Sequel to Cry Against Gerson's Nomination From Our Own Correspondent NEW YORK. Special speakers have been travelling all over New York City to protest against the appointment of......

Dr. Arendzen And G.e.c.

Dr. J. Arendzen gave a talk to the Brighton branch of the Catholic Evidence Guild at the Royal Pavilion last Thursday evening. He spoke of the persistent belief of man since the......

Presentation For Canon Christall

In recognition of the recent honour of being made a Canon by the Bishop of Southwark and of his work in the parish for a good number of years, Canon Robert Christall, of SL......

Westminster Catholic Club Lecture

Mr. Bernard J. Hopper will lecture at the Westminster Catholic Club, Vauxhall Bridge Road, on Sunday, March 27, at 8.30 p.m., on "The Backward Child—His Place in Society." The......

We Blush

An extract from a letter front Mr. A. W. Bradbury, 17, Gardwr Road, Hampstead, N.W.3. You ask me to give •my opinions on how the CATHOLIC HERALD could be improved. Well, that's......

Cardinal Minoretti

Cardinal Carlo Dalmazio Minoretti, Archbishop of Genoa, died in his cathedral city last Saturday in his seventy , seventh year. His Eminence was horn at Cogliate San-Dalmazio,......

The Bishop Of Ferns

Mgr. William Codd, Bishop of Ferns, died on the 12th inst. in his seventy-third year. His Lordship had been for some time unwell, and last week his condition became critical.......

Very Rev. Canon A. M. Mulligan

Scenes at Hanley, on the 9th inst., when a solemn requiem Mass was sung for Canon Alfred Manning Mulligan, were the reflection of widespread sorrow at the death of that widely......

Sister Ann Of St. Gabriel

Sister Ann of St. Gabriel, Mother Superior at the Notre Dame Convent, Everton Valley, Liverpool, who went for a short rest to the Retreat for the Order, Lancaster House,......

Mr. W. B. Barr

The death of Mr. William Bernard Barr, at Coventry on the 8th inst., deprives St. Osburg's parish of one of its best known and most active workers. Sixty years ago Mr. Barr was......

Mr. Alfred Clark

Two priests: the Rev. Leonard Clark and the Rev. Bernard Clark, are among those bereaved by the death of Mr. Alfred Clark, of Harlesden, a layman who in many respects was a......

Yvonne And Raymond Hernu

A requiem Mass was offered in the Oratory church at South Kensington, yesterday, for two of the four victims of the recent air disaster at Lympne, Kent. These ill-fated......

Dr. F. J. Fitzmaurice

Mrs. Fitzmaurice writes: " The Doctor,' who loved that title better than any other, held high degrees as a physician and had one of the most brilliant surgical records in India,......

Miss M. M. Mallack

Miss Mary Margery Mallack, who died at Torquay last Tuesday at the age of 91, was sister to the late W. H. Matlack and niece to Burrell Froude and to James Anthony Froude, the......

The Boy Who Somersaulted To Sanctity

Life Story of St. John Bosco A remarkable film, the Life Story of St. John Bosco, " the boy who somersaulted to sanctity," will have its PremLre at the Cambridge Theatre on......