Page 15, 24th June 1938

24th June 1938
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Press Exhibition Rugby's Effort In Catholic Action

In order to arouse greater interest in Catholic literature, and to promote the achievement of the Archbishop's desire " to see a Catholic paper in every Catholic home," a very......

Catenians At Brighton

The Annual Conference A Gift To The Archbishop-Bishop Brighton gave a hearty welcome to the members of the Catenian Association, represented by hundreds of delegates, on the......

New Church For Glastonbury Bishop's Promise At Clifton...

" My ambition is that, when we assemble .• here again next summer, we shall be able to come and visit our new church at Glastonbury," said the Bishop of Clifton, the Right Rev.......

School Extension Finchley's New Classrooms

New building works of classrooms to cost some £4,000 are in progress at the Finchley Grammar School and the plans were displayed at a garden fate held in the school grounds on......

Irish Digest

For those who wish to keep in touch with Irish periodicals, a new publication, tin the Irish Digest, should prove a valuable tirne-saver. It is a monthly, and No. 1 contains 128......

A Hundred Priests In Heythrop Procession

Nearly 100 priests in vestments took part in the Corpus Christi procession in the grounds of Heythrop College on Thursday last. The procession made a complete circuit of the......

London Party To Join Downside Pilgrimage

Mr. J. V. A. Kelly has received the approval of the Abbot of Downside to arrange, as last year, a London party to join the Irish Pilgrimage to Downside on July•17. The fare,......

Status Of Women League Of Nations Survey

At the 14th annual conference of the British Commonwealth League, Miss Christine Spender gave an informative paper on the "Changing Conditions of Native Women," particularly in......

Pay Off Or Pack Up Finchley Priest On Church Debt

"lf we do not pay off the debt we shall have to pack up and move away," said the Rev. F. P. Hogan, of SL Philip's, Finchley, at a fate organised to reduce the debt on the......

Banbury Church Consecration And Centenary

St. John's Church, Banbury was consecrated by Mgr. Thomas Williams, Archbishop of Birmingham on Friday last. The celebrant at High Mass was the Very Rev. Canon E. Goodwin, a......

Of Persons

And Places A Roving Causerie By G. E. ANSTRUTHER In the course of her recent visits in Eastern England, Queen Mary has seen several places to which a good deal of Catholic......