Page 7, 2nd December 1949

2nd December 1949
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The Message Of Advent In These Troubled Times

By a Staff Reporter The message of Advent for our times was interpreted in a variety Of ways in the pastoral letters read in churches throughout the country on Sunday last. The......

Mould Character As Well As

Minds - GrAtimw From a Special Correspondent " The whole idea of Catholic education," said Mgr. Grimshaw, Bishop of Plymouth, when he distributed the prizes at Greenway Convent......

Babies' Cries Were Not Frowned On At This Meeting

By a Staff Reporter Not for a long time has the Cathedral Hall, Westminster, been so crowded as it was last Thursday for the annual general meeting of the Westminster branch of......

Continue Struggle

-Mgr. Ellis From Our Own Correspondent NorrmutmAK. Mgr. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham, spoke once more on the schools' question when he opened a bazaar at Iincoln in aid of the......

New Stafford Church

From Our Own Correspondent Work is expected to start next year on a new church for St: Patrick's, Stafford, at an estimated cost of £25,000. This was announced this week by the......

Salvage And Volunteers Bim Hall

From Our Own Correspondent Mgr. Parker, 0.S.B., Bishop of Northampton, opened and blessed the new parish hall of Our Lady Star of the Sea at Lowestoft, Suffolk, on Friday. The......

Young Blood In Leicester's C.e.g.

M g r. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham. presiding at the annual meeting of the Leicester Catholic Evidence Guild, congratulated the Guild on the year's work and commended the......

Old Welsh Custom Remembers Our Lady

It is an old Welsh custom to sing the praises of Mary, even if the motives are not altogether pious. But two Welshmen the other day observed the ancient Welsh custom of Mari......

Carols In Trafalgar Square But No Crib

Once again a party of Catholic carol singers have been given permission by the Ministry of Works to sing beneath the great Christmas tree from Norway, in London's Trafalgar......

Lord Pakenham Gets Laugh From The Boys

Lord Pakenham, Minister of Civil Aviation, who presented prizes at Gunnersbury Catholic Grammar School. W.4., on Friday last week, was applauded when he laughingly observed: "......

Train Speakers For Factories And Offices

The Catholic Evidence Guild is needed today not only for outdoor pitches but to train speakers for personal and small group discussion and talks in factories and offices places......

Record Scout Retreat

By a Staff Reporter A record number of senior Scouts attended a day's Retreat last Sunday at the Convent of Mercy, Harewood Avenue, London. Bishop Craven gave a short address......

Joint Conference On Juvenile Crime

From Our Own Correspondent NotriNottses. Mgr. Ellis, Bishop of Nottingham, was one of those on the platform, and Catholic societies including the C.W.L. were amongst those......