Page 14, 21st May 1937

21st May 1937
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Germany's Courageous Bishops

CONTINUED DEFENCE OF FAITH Words from Munster and Berlin From Our German Correspondent Mgr. von Galen, Bishop of Munster in Westphalia, has organised in his diocese a " Week of......

Petition For Free Unions A Change Of Industrial Policy In...

Prom Our Austrian Correspondent Much interest has been aroused in Austria by a memorandum recently submitted to the Chancellor by the representatives of 70.000 metal, cotton and......

Guernica German Aviator's Story

Doubts about the truth of how Guernica was destroyed even now cannot be said to be entirely eliminated. Much publicity has been given to the evidence of a German aviator who was......

Religion Or Light Entertainment?

Problem For Soviet Godless Experts From Our Russian Correspondent. Another warning to propagandists of Soviet godlessness has been made in tht U.S.S.R. newspaper Pravda. The......

" Who Bothers About Imprisoned Priests?"

Treason Alleged In Inter-denominational Congresses "At this moment inniimerable orthodox priests, the great majority of Catholic priests and nearly all the reformed pastors are......

Textile Workers' Protest Against Supporting Spanish...

.It was proposed at an international textile workers' " parliament " at Blackpool last week that a cable should be sent in sympathy for the cause of the Spanish workers. An......

A Pilgrim In Dorset Abbotsbury's Ancient Stones

By P. WRIGHTSON The ancient village of Abhotsbury in Dorset has sufficient to attract the visitor, we will say, from Weymouth, to merit a full day's excursion; and, be the......

"a Day Will Come"

—SAYS THE CARDINAL OF LABOUR. 25,000 Catholic Workers Celebrate Anniversary of Catholic Unions Twenty-five thousand French workingmen met together in the vast commeicial hall of......

Obituary

Canon W. R. O'Keeffe Coronation Day had a sad side for the congregation of All Saints', Stourbridge, for on that day they lost by death their revered parish priest, Canon......

Canon Ilackett (coatbridge)

Canon Patrick Hackett, of the Glasgow Cathedral Chapter, has died at the age of eighty-two and in the jubilee year of his priesthood. He will be greatly missed at St. Mary's,......

Fr. Berchmans Byrne, C.p.

From the Passionist house at Mount Argus, Dublin, the death is announced of Fr. Berchmans Byrne, C.F., at the age of seventy-one. England joins with Ireland, his native land, in......

The Rev. Charles Moah

The Rev, Charles Joseph Moah, who had been parish priest at Scorton, near Lancaster, since 1930, died at Lourdes Hospital, Liverpool, on Saturday, aged 53 years. Father Moah was......

Duke Gandolfi

Duke Gandolfi (Alfonso Otho Gandolfi Hornyold, K.M.), formerly of Blackmore Park, Worcestershire, died suddenly at Monaco on the 1 1 th inst., at the age of fifty-eight. The......

Bl. Oliver Plunket

A New Hymn in Honour of the Martyr A monk of Downside Abbey—where blessed Oliver Plunket's body rests—has composed a hymn and music in honour of the Martyr. 'Ibis was sung for......

Mr. F. E. Harding, J.p.

Mr. Francis Egerton Harding, of Old Springs, Market Drayton, a magistrate for Staffs and for Salop, died on May 13 at the age of eighty-one. By his death there is lost a......

To Lourdes And Lisieux

The Hexham and Newcastle diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes next August is breaking away from the traditional itineraries of Lourdes pilgrimages by staying at Lisieux on the return......