Page 5, 28th January 1949

28th January 1949
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Small Town Has

Big Idea Dunstable Parish Council Breaks New Ground By a Staff Reporter Dunstable's little Catholic community, headed by their Spanish priest, Fr. Evilio Ortiz, C.M., have been......

Poles Are Earning Their Keep

From a Special Correspondent The British Joint Committee for Polish Affairs has recently revealed that 72.4 per cent. of all the Poles in Great Britain are working and earning......

Film Company Premises Is New School

By a Stitt] Reporter Exeter got its second Secondary Catholic School in six months when Mgr. Grimshaw, Bishop of Plymouth, last week opened premises occupied until recently by a......

Communists Lose Their Influence In "red Emilia"

From Our Own Correspondent Emilia, particularly that part of it comprising the provinces of Bologna, Modena and Reggio, has had the reputation of being one of the chief......

R.ca.f. Plane To Missioner's Rescue

A Royal Canadian Air Force plane made a 3,000 miles round-trip flight from its Manitoba base to drop medical supplies to an Oblate missionary in the Far North, Fr. Ostrain,......

The Pope Will Broadcast To Bolivia

VATICAN CITY. Cardinal Micara, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Rites and Papal Legate to the six-nation Boliyarian Eucharistic Congress at Cali. Colombia, was received in......

Bishop Demands Crosses For Graves Of War Criminals

Mgr. Neuhausler, Auxiliary Bishop of Munich, who himself spent several years in a Nazi concentration camp, has been particularly active to secure justice and mercy for the......

The Pope Appeals To Capuchin Friars

VATICAN CITY. The Pope has appealed to the Capuchin Order to intensify the work for which it is historically famous, viz., the apostolate of the down and out. The letter is......

Birmingham Oratory Centenary

From Our Own Correspondent Wednesday next, Feb. 2, is the centenary of the establishment of the Birmingham Oratory by Cardinal Newman, and the centenary of St. Anne's, Alcester,......

Needy In 37 Centres Helped By The Pope

The poor in at least 37 different countries were helped by the Pope's customary Christmas gifts, according to a list published in Osservatore Romano, which details the countries......

Catholic Booklovers' Week-ends

"The Exile and Return of the Catholic Tradition in England" is to he the subject of the first of a series of Catholic booklovers' week-ends, held at the Convent of the Canada,......