Page 14, 20th August 1937

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Faith And Order

Why Delegates in Edinburgh did not meet the Catholic Archbishop There might have been a meeting between the delegates to the World Conference on Faith and Order, at Edinburgh,......

France's Hierarchy Four New Appointments

From the Vatican City there was published last Saturday the news of a quadruple nomination to the French episcopate. The dioceses concerned are Marseilles, Mende, Beauvais, and......

Diamond Jubilee At Chigive11

At Chigwell Convent, Woodford Bridge, on the feast of St. Laurence, the community celebrated, for the first time in the history of their Congregation, the diamond jubilee in......

Nationalist Praise For English Catholic Press

The Valladolid newspaper Mario Regional has published an article on the work of the English Catholic Press in counteracting the anti-Franco propaganda of most of the English......

Belgian Ex-servicemen In Britain

Belgian ex-Servicemen have organised I pilgrimage on August 30 to the Belgian mausoleum erected in the cemetery of Shorncliffe Military Hospital, near Folkestone. This mausoleum......

Wapping's Hermits

In his always informing page of local doings and local lore. the rector of St. Patrick's, Wapping, Canon Joseph Reardon, has for his parishioners this month an interesting item......

To Walsingham

By road and by rail, awheel and afoot, modern pilgrims, in yearly increasing numbers, make pilgrimage to Walsingham. Last Sunday, the feast of Our Lady's Assumption, saw a......

Law As A Career Lord Russell's Advice

" The Bar is the finest of all professions." Such is the assertion of Lord Russell of Killowen, and he should know if any man does. In an article on " Law as a Career," which he......

A Halifax Function The Archbishop Welcomed

When the new Archbishop of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Mgr. McNally, took solemn possession of his diocese, the attendant rejoicings were participated in by Catholics and......

The S.v.p. Camp At Quarr By One Of The Campers

This week there finishes at Quarr Farm, in a field beneath and almost under the shadow of Quarr Abbey, a Catholic camp organised by the Westminster Central Council of the......

Nazareth House A Clothing And Profession

Father Herbert, O.F.M., conducted the annual Retreat for the Sisters of Nazareth at their Mother House at Hammersmith, at the close of which, on the 15th inst., the following......

Servite Chapter Appointments

A Provincial Chapter of the Servile Order was held on Tuesday last at St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, S.W., at which the Father-General, the Most Rev. Raphael Baldini, O.S.M.,......

Relief Of Spanish Distress

Sermons dealing with the position in Spain were preached in Westminster Cathedral last Sunday, and appeals were made in aid of the Bishops' Committee for the Relief of Spanish......

Obituary

Mgr. Henry Hanlon, Bishop of Teos The dciath occurred in his seventy-fifth year at Herbert House, Freshlield, on Wed nesday, Of Mgr. Henry Hanlon, Titular Bishop of Teos, and a......

The Bishop Of Agen

The diocese of Agen, one of the most ancient Sees in France, mourns the loss of its Bishop, Mgr. Charles-Paul Sagot du Vauroux. who died last Sunday, at Saintes, in his......

Rev. T. Ellison, S.j.

Fr. Theodore Ellison, S.J., whose sudden death is announced, was the ninth son of Thomas Ellison, a judge of County Court, tats born at Rotherham in 1865. Two of his sisters......

Death Announcement

ATHERTON.—In the 45th year of religious profession, Rev, Mother Mary Benedict Atherton, died August 17th, at St. Augustine's Priory, Ealing.......

Sir Michael Keane

A brief notice in this column last week. recorded the death, on Attgust 10, of Sir Michael Keane, K.C.S.I., who until a few months ago was Governor of Assam. From that post he......

Peter J. O'donnell, K.s.s.

The town of Barry, in Glamorgan, mourns the loss of its Grand Old Man. Peter J. O'Donnell, K.S.S., J.P., died in his sleep, on Wednesday night last week, at the age of......

Mr. A. C. Bagshawe, C.m.g.

From Southern Rhodesia, with which Dominion Mr. Arthur Clement Bagshawe, C.M.G., had been associated for about forty years, news comes that this valued worker died at Salisbury......

Mr. T. F. O'connor

While traversing a lonely path, last week, in the Malvern Wells district, a passer-by came upon the body of a man lying near the slope of the hills. Death had struck down, with......

News From The Country

Birkenhead OLDEST CHURCH'S CENTENARY.-The Bishop of Shrewsbury (Mgr. Moriarty) presided, on Sunday last, over the celebrations marking the centenary of St. Werburgh's church,......