Page 5, 1st June 1951

1st June 1951
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Place Where Martyr Hid Now On View

A PRIEST'S hiding place in Thrumpton Hall, Notts, in which Fr. Garnet, Si. (martyred in 1606) was alleged to have taken refuge, is on show to the public for the first time.......

Council Gives Generous Grant

St. Joseph ' s Home for thc aged at Cotham Hill, Bristol, run by the little Sisters of the Poor, needed £7,400 to pay off the debt incurred through repair work to one of its......

Parish Of 50 Procession

20,000 march in Tees-side W HILST nearly 20,000 Tees siders took part in the great annual Corpus Clristi procession in Middlesbrough last Sunday, a fervent little group of one......

Poles Find Our Catholicism Strange

" English people do not sufficiently realise how strange English Catho licism appears to the Polish Catholic, " said Fr. Kacki, C.R.L.. chaplain to the Polish community in......

Steel Cut Holds Up 'festival ' School

T HE opening of the new Catholic secondary school, named after Cardinal Griffin, who laid the foundation stone last July, which is part of the Festival of Britain exhibition of......

Two Rallies To Celebrate Squires Jubilee

Two national rallies, one in Manchester on Sunday, the other in Lon don on Sunday, June 17, will celebrate the silver jubilee of the Squire section of the Knights of St.......

Persons And Places

The new Church of SI. Teresa, ha son, Bournemouth, was blessed and opened on Sunday by Mgr. Grir .a Bishop of Plymouth. The new church replaces the temporary structure Ishich......

No Policy To Oust Church Schools

Local Education authorities have no wish to interfere with the juris diction of voluntary bodies over their own schools, declared Mr. J. Edward Mason. director of educa tion for......

Monks Regain Monastery

The monks regained possession on Monday last of the Monastery and Church of St. Anthony. near Salerno, Italy, after a legal argument dating back to 1870. The property was seized......