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Canon Jackman Saw "red"

Why Watford's Rector Is Not With a Local Peace Council A few weeks ago the Catholic Herald printed a letter in which Mgr. Canon Jack man, rector of Holy Cross, Watford, "......

100,000 Catenians The Bishop Of Southwark's Suggestion

The Bishop of Southwark was the guest of honour of the Catenian Association at a supper held at Lewisham to celebrate the hundredth meeting of the Blackheath Circle. The......

Blaisdon Hall Progress Of The Agricultural School

The feast of St. John Bosco, on Sunday next, is an opportunity to draw attention once more to a piece of social work for youth, in England, which is eminently in keeping with......

Lexden's Church The Opening Ceremony

The growing district of Leaden, Essex, served, as to its Catholic population. from Colchester, has now a commodious place of worship in the church, dedicated to St. Teresa of......

Episcopb1 Engagements

The Archbishop of Westminster has the following engagements next week : Monday. February 1, London School of Economics: annual dinner of the London University Catholic Society,......

The Grey-robed Surrey's " Mount Olivet"

Those who apply themselves closely to the Catholic Directory will notice nowadays, among the entries for the Diocese of Southwark, that Frensham, near Farnham, Surrey, offers a......

After 650 Years Scotland's Hope For An Act Of Restoration

A Bull of Pope Honorius HI, dated A.D. 121S, on the subject of the Scots Church and Papal Authority, and two Bulls, of the same century. issued by Pope Innocent IV, are among a......

Obituary

The Bishop of Kilmore Upwards of fifty-five years' work for God, as priest and bishop. will make the memory of Mgr. Patrick Finegan, D.D., Bishop of Kilmorc, long honoured in......

The Bishop Of Detroit

Mgr. Michael James Gallagher, Bishop of Detroit, U.S.A., who died on January 20, after ten days' illness, became widely known by name, on this side of the Atlantic, in......

Fr. J. C. Manssy, S.j.

On Friday last there died, in his seventyeighth year, another veteran of the Salisbury mission, South Rhodesia. Fr. John Claude Manssy was a Frenchman, born at St. Pierre......

Lord Trimlestown

Charles Aloysius Barnewall, Baron Trimlestown, died last Tuesday night at Blackrock, Co. Dublin, in his seventy sixth year. He was the son of Charles Barnewall, of Meadstown,......

Dr. M. Gallagher

Dr. Michael Gallagher, who died in his sleep in Coton Hill Hospital, Stafford, on the 19th inst., was a native of Swinford, Co. Mayo. Born in 1902 he qualified in Dublin in......

Mr. W. Morris

The funeral of William Morris, a noteworthy Welsh convert, at Arnmanford, on Jan. 21, was attended by seven priests and by a concourse of Welsh relatives and friends, mostly......

Mrs. Shawe-storey

Two dioceses, Hexham and Newcastle, and Portsmouth, will hold in memory, as a benefactress, Emmeline Anne ShaweStorey, who has died, after a few days' illness, in her......

Mrs. Reginald Balfour

A wide circle of friends will learn with regret of the death of Mrs. Reginald Balfour. The deceased lady was Charlotte, daughter of Francis Warre Cornish, ViceProvost of Eton,......

The Relief Of Spanish Distress

The Bishops' Committee for the Relief of Spanish Distress, whose two ambulances and auxiliary lorry arc now known as the " Equipo Anglo-Espanol," with headquarters at Vittoria,......

Lectures On Spain

Father Henry Gabana lectured on Spain to the Catholic Women's League on January 21, at Chelsea Barracks. He will address the Catholic Evidence Guild at St. Peter's Hall,......

Brevities

Lord Russell of Killowen is to preside this year, on February 16, at the annual Founder's Day celebration at the Providence (Row) Night Refuge. Other speakers at the gathering......