Page 14, 3rd June 1938

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Obituary

Right Rev. Mgr. Tournier A lengthy illness, which compelled him, recently, to resign all active duty, has ended in the death of the Right Rev. Mgr. Louis Joseph Tournier, D.D,......

W.c.f. To Carry On Pending Cardinal's Decision

The usual monthly meeting of the Council of the Westminster Catholic Federation was held on Monday last at Caxton Hall. In urging branches to hold their annual meetings as......

Beda College Patronal Feast Celebrations

The Reda College, Rome, celebrated its patronal feast en May 27. First Vespers were sung on the day before, and on the day itself there was a solemn High Mass and solemn......

Boulogne Congress Of Our Lady

A large attendance is expected at the fourth annual Congress in honour of Our Lady, at Boulogne, in the third week of July. Delegations are coming from as far afield as Canada......

Catholic Population Of U.s.a.

The United States, including Alaska arid the Hawaiian Islands, have now an estimated Catholic population of over 21 millions. This total represents an increase of nearly......

Newcastle-under-lyme Priest's Presentation

On leaving the church where he has been curate for five years, the Rev. Michael P. Forde, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, was presented by the parishioners with a cheque for £95 7s.......

Catholic Pharmacists

At the annual general meeting of the Catholic Pharmaceutical Guild on Sunday, Mr. J. Manuel, M.P.S., of 164, Leyton High Road, E.15, was elected hon. secretary and treasurer.......

Mr. Alan Shorter

A brief intimation must suffice, this week, to chronicle the death, on Tuesday last at Carshalton, of Mr. Alan Wynn Shorter, for whose soul a requiem Mass is being offered today......

" Stop Blind Alley Jobs" Demand To Keep Children From...

From Our Educational Correspondent Resolutions to be introduced at educational conferences this VVhitsun express concern for the welfare of young wageearners. The National......

Babel In Bristol

Peace Congress Delegates Disagree There was Babel in Bristol on Sunday night. The delegates at the National Peace Congress cried one against the other : "Only my way of peace is......

Uniting Catholic Youth

All the Catholic Youth Societies in Canada are to be united in one big national organisation called The League of Canadian Youth.......

Bishop Wants £8,000

Mgr. McNulty's Radio Appeal Midland Regional "Week's Good Cause" last Sunday was for the Sisters of Nazareth in Nottingham and the appeal was delivered by Mgr. John McNulty,......

Glimpses Of Nigeria

The Birmingham Catholic Graduate Society met at St. Philip's Grammar School, Edgbaston, on May 27, to hear a lecture by Miss J. Smith on " Nigeria." Miss Smith followed the......

Profession In Order Of St. John Of God

On the feast of the Ascension, May 26, Brothers Christopher Bridgetnan (London), Livinus Eustace (Dublin) and Rumold Donoghue (Co. Kerry) made profession of solemn vows in the......

117,900 Anti-communist Leaflets

The Information Distributing Bureau of Westminster spends much energy in tracking down all information about Communist activities. During the past year the Bureau has printed......

" White Sisters"

Another new periodical has recently enlarged the Catholic Press in England. This is a bi-monthly devoted to the life and work of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa,......

One Reason

Urging his congregation to support the Catholic Press, Fr. Patrick O'Connor, of the Church of St. John the Baptist, Tamworth, referred on Sunday to the Cheritoeic HERALD and......

Clerical Appointments

The Rev. Charles Flood from Islington to Spanish Place as assistant. The Rev. P. O'Callaghan to St. John the Evangelist, Islington, as assistant.......

Southwark Travelling Mission

The centres to be visited next week-end are:—Hadlow, Tonbridge parish, Kent; services at the Scouts' Hut; Sunday Mass 8.30; rosary, sermon and Benediction, 3.30; Monday Mass 8......

Children's Eucharistic Congress

BIRMINGHAM CELEBRATION Unison With Budapest From Our Special Correspondent BIRMINGHAM. More than two thousand Birmingham school children met on Ascension Day on the sunny lawns......