Page 5, 29th October 1943

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Taking Christianity Into The Market-place Interesting...

A CATHOLIC PARLIAMENT By a C.H. Reporter Since its formation the Illord Catholic Parliament has evoked much comment from both Catholics and non-Catholics. The general query is,......

News From English Jesuits At Shanghai

Fathers Wilcock and Milner, English Jesuits of the Slav-Byzantine rite, working among Russians in Shanghai, are believed not to be interned, according to latest messages......

Community And Local Government

Front a Special Correspondent An interesting experiment is being made in West Kent by the Orpington Christian Social Council representing seventeen churches and bodies in the......

Penzance Church Centenary

The centenary of the parish church of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, Penzance (dedicated before the Papal Definition of 1854), was celebrated last week, and during the......

Scots Masonic Hall Is Now A Church

By PETER F. ANSON Recently an ex-Masonic Hall within a few yards of the ruined cathedral of Fortrose in Scotland was bought, and is now being transformed into a Catholic church,......

Fr. J. Donovan, C.m.

VICE-RECTOR OF THE IRISH COLLEGE, PARIS The Vincentian Fathers and the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul have suffered a great loss through the death of the Rev. James......

Fr. Philip Watts, S.j.

OF STONYHURST Fr. Philip Watts, S.J., who died last Saturday, was born in Ettgbaston, Birmingham, on June 21, 1813, and educated at Stonyhurst. He spent some years in business......

Rev. A. G. Kay

KILLED NEAR SHEFFIELD Fr. Arthur George Kay, parish priest of St. Anne's, Deepcar, near Sheffield, was pinned under his car when it overturned outside his presbytery, and died......

Canon Beazley

OF SKIPTON Canon Michael F. Beazley, who died on October 19, aged 70, was ordained in 1899 and was assistant priest at St. Mary's, Bradford, before he became parish priest at......

Famine In India

Nmillis• FROM PAGE . ONE the first thing that the Government of India and the Provincial Governments did was to buy foodstuffs of all kinds in large quantities, without any......

Gaza Potters Still Work By Hand Potters' Kilns, Which Have

been operated in Gaza in southern Palestine since the days of the Old Testament, are being removed to a site outside the town, to abate the smoke nuisance in the place renowned......

Nuns Back From Prison Camps

.Continued from page one happy. The whole of Germany seems to be under cultivation. Enormous fields crammed with food. " We had a wonderful reception in Sweden, and the captain......

"i Am Sorry For Butler"

—BISHOP McCORMACK " There base beeu many Presidents (of the Board of Education) before Mr. Butler, many who are unwept, unhonoured and unsung. I hope with all my heart that Mr.......

Southwark C.p.e.a.

Representations to Cabinet Ministers A deputation from the Richmond. Surrey, Central Council C.I'.E.A. was received by Brigadier-General Harvie Watt, the Member for the......

Priests' Appointments Liverpool

Mgr. Alban Atkins, Vicar-General of the Liverpool Archdiocese and parish priest of the church of the Sacred Heart, Liverpool, has been appointed Domestic Prelate to the Pope.......

Nottingham Catholics See Their M.p.

A deputation consisting of the parish priests of Nottingham and district. the full Council of the Nottingham and District Council of the Nottingham C.P.E.A. and representatives......

Devotion To Mary's Immaculate Heart October 31 Is Fatima...

Spread of devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary since the Pope made the world-wide consecration at Fatima a year ago (October 31. 1942) is summarised in the following notes......

* All Saints Are Not

"Official" By JOHN HENNIG, Ph.D. Of the twenty thousand names found in the latest Dictionary of Saints, and of the many thousands of names mentioned in the Roman Martyrology and......

Ransom Notes

I should like to congratulate all concerned in the women's pilgrimage begging our Martyrs' help for the schools; the organisers and those who took any part. Many must have......