Page 5, 23rd July 1948

23rd July 1948
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Two Crowded South Blessing London Meetings The Sick By A...

so big Catholic meetings were held in South-Wcst London last week-end. Halls were packed to the doors, with people standing, in both cases. The first was organised by the......

Pilgr'mages Are Sign Of

Catholic Revival Cardinal Griffin last Thursday visited the Chapel of the Martyrs, in Padley, for the 50th annual pilgrimage to the shrine there, in commemoration of the......

Pilgrims At St. Mildred's Shrine

Pilgrims from all parts of Thanet and East Kent, including a numerous contingent from Canterbury and monks from St. Augustine's Abbey. Ramsgate, made their way to Minster on......

Derby To Have Hostel For Girls

His Lordship the Bishop of Nottingham has asked the Catholic Women's League to establish a hostel for girls in Derby. In aid of a fund that has been opened to achieve this......

An Opportunity For Christian Workers

Whitick ACTU Meeting By a Special Correspondent "Trade Unionists-An Opportunity " was the title of an inspiring address given by Mr. Gerry Sherry, of THE CATHOLIC HERALD, to the......

Germans Will Summer School

Ity a Stag Reporter it is expected that there will bc at least 30 Catholics in the party of 80 women who are being invited to attend a summer school in London in August. The......

Ealing Convent Celebrates Centenary

On Friday last, Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, the convent of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Lourdes Mount, Ealing, celebrated the centenary of the foundation of the Order.......

Blank Canvas For Auction

By a Staff Reporter Mr. Simon Elwes, Catholic artist son of Lady Winifred Elwes, and painter of the Queen and of many celebrities, has promised to paint the portrait of someone......

" Bird-in Bush" Stays In Catholic Hands

The famous "Bird-in-the-Bush " infant welfare centre in London's East End, which has been under the care of the Catholic Women's League since its inception and been staffed by......

Man Of Many Parts Leaves Nottingham

Fr. John Dockery, 0.F.M., who left Nottingham last week for Si. Anthony's. Forest Gate, on his appointment as Procurator and Secretary to the English-Franciscan Prosince. leaves......

Catholic Mayors In Public Life

By a Staff Reporter Catholic Alderman Luke Hogan, M.B.E., former leader of the Labour Party in the Liverpool City Council, and second Catholic Lord Mayor of the City, commented......

Attend London

CONVENT CHANGES HANDS The nuns of the Visitation Order left their fine Tudor-style convent at Harrow last week, but the convent will find other nun tenants. The property, which......