Page 9, 29th March 1940

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Patriotism And Piety Go Hand In Hand

Says Bishop Marshall Front Our Own Correspondent "T AUB PATRIOTISM IN TIIIS COUNTRY CANNOT BE divorced from our traditional Christian faith and survive," declared Mgr. Henry......

Said The Pastor To The Synod " I Would Support The Pope"

"In the interests of a just peace I would cross the bounds of Protestantism altogether; I would welcome the inter vention of His Holiness the Pope and support him." The Rev. T.......

New Youth Committee For Nottingham

A social step of some little importance to Catholics has just been taken by the Nottingham Education Committee. It has decided to establish its own Youth Committee in Nottingham......

Breakfast For Troops

In order that soldiers who wished to make their Easter duty on Sunday last should not lose their breakfast as a result, the rector of the Passionist community at Herne Bay, Fr.......

Announcements

C.T.S. Annual Meeting The annual general meeting of the Catholic Truth Society will be held in the Cathedral Hall, Westminster, on Thursday, April 4, at 5.30 p.m. Cardinal......

War Does Not Stop Tichborne Dole •

In keeping with the 800 years old custom of an ancient Catholic family, the famous Tiehborne Dole, of two tons of flour, was distributed to the 400 villagers at Tichborne, near......

He Started People's Banks And Co-operative Societies For...

By the death announced briefly in the CATHOLIC HrRALD of March 15 of Mgr. Emmanuel Hanish, first Vicar-Apostolic of Umtata, the Mariannhill Fathers have lost one of their most......

Obituary

Dr. J. Bradley, J.P. EXAMINED SALFORD'S CANDIDATES FOR PRIESTHOOD FOR FIFTY YEARS Dr. Joseph Bradley, through whose hands as medical adviser to the Salford Diocesan......

First Mass Said On Site Ofnew Abbey Church At Prinknash...

From a Special Correspondent Easter Monday was chosen by the monks of Prinknash for the formal beginning of their great enterprise of building a new abbey. After the usual High......

2,000 Men Throng Cathedral On Bank Holiday Birmingham's...

From Our Own Correspondent BMWS:GRAM. In the early morn of Easter Monday 2,000 Catholic men from all parts of Birmingham came fasting and united to St. Chad's Cathedral. These......

Mgr. J. Mcdaniel

%VELL-KNOWN SCOTTISH EDUCATIONALIST Scottish Catholic education sustained a severe blow in the death, at Perth last week, of the Right Rev. John, Mgr. McDaniel, St. John's,......

Rev. W. J. Mclaughlin

NOTED WORKER FOR SEA APOSTOLATE IN GLASGOW Solemn Requiem Mass was offered in St. Patrick's, Anderston, Glasgow, on Wednesday, March 20, for the repose of the soul of the Very......

The Rev. J. F. D'alton

PIONEER 11%1 MANCHESTER'S "GARDEN CITY" PARISH The Rev, John Francis D'Alton, who in 1935 opened the first church in this country to be dedicated to St. John Fisher and St.......

Mr M. J. Savage First Labour Prime Minster Of New

ZEALAND Mr Michael Joseph Savage, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, died at Wellington on Tuesday, March 27, at the age of 68. Mr Savage, who was New Zealand's first Labour......

Professor Branly

PIONEER OF WIRELESS: WORKED AT CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF PARIS Professor Edouard Branly, one of the pioneers to whom Marconi owed the success of his development of wireless, died......

G. E. Anstruther, K.s.g.

ASSOCIATED WITH THREE CATHOLIC NEWSPAPERS George 'Elliot Anstruther, K.S.G., Assistant Editor of the CATHOLIC HERALD, died on Wednesday, March 20, following a stroke, at......