Page 15, 3rd June 1938

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Birmingham's Second Lion

A Visitor's Encounter with it Ninety-six Years Ago In the Birmingham Post there has been printed a letter, lately brought to light, in which the writer, Mr. George Trickett,......

Rally In A Nottingham Cinema

A great Catholic Rally will be held in the Hippodrome Cinema, Nottingham, on Sunday, June 12, at 3 p.m. to inaugurate a four months' outdoor motor mission in the Nottingham......

Westminster Club's Murder In The Cathedral

Thursday to Saturday evenings, June 30 to July 2, have now been fixed as the performance dates of the Westminster Catholic Club Dramatic Society's presentation of Mr. T. S.......

Catholic Worker Loss Wiped Out

Last week the CATHOLIC HERALD recorded the melancholy fact that £5 had been stolen from the office of the London Group of the Catholic Worker movement. But since then the......

Football League Dinner

The fourth annual dinner of the Birmingham Catholic Football League was held on Saturday, May 28, at which some 150 guests were present. Mr. E. A. Ashby was in the chair. The......

Duchesses And Deans Defied

At Bristol Friends Of Spain Meeting Arrangements are being made for a debate in Bristol between a Friends of National Spain representative and Mr. Philip Hopkins, prospective......

Polyglot Rosary Uxbridge Service In Six Languages

At Our Lady of Lourdes and St. Michael, Uxbridge, on Sunday, R.A.F. recruits, raw rookies straight from the West of Ireland. German-speaking girls lonely in a strange land,......

Edgbaston's Oratory Celebrates Transferred Feast

From Our Own Correspondent BIRMINGHAM. " You see, they can't keep my feast," said Fr. Carpenter, 0.P., preaching in Edgbaston's splendid Oratory church on Sunday, when Mgr.......

Pilgrims And Crusaders

Cardinal To Deliver Charge To Youth At Walsingham From a Special Correspondent In five weeks' time there will be held at Walsingham one of the greatest events in the history of......

School Harmony

Wolverhampton's Scheme of Reorganisation From Our Special Correspondent WOLVERHAMPTON. " The Catholic Press never mentions anything about Wolverhampton," declared the Rev.......

Birmingham Schools Catholics Get Ten Out Of Twelve Submitted

Birmingham Education Committee has agreed to a £330,000 reorganisation scheme for the city's schools. In the report of the Elementary Education Committee the position of the......

Clothing Ceremony At Nazareth House, Hammersmith

On May 24, Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians, a Ceremony of Profession and Clothing took place at Nazareth House, Hammersmith. The Rev. Fr. Scully, C.R.L., who had conducted......

The Westminster Catholic Insurance Society

The annual general meeting of the Westminster Catholic Insurance Society, held on May 28, elected Mr. D. P. Hunt president, Mr. W. T. Harden vice-president, and the following......

Prior Park Genius Mr. H. A. Vachell On Bishop Baines

As principal guest at the annual dinner of the Prior Park Association at the Spa Hotel, Bath, on Saturday, Mr. Horace Annesley Vachell dealt with the glories of the school and......

Carpet Makers

Oscott Priest Favours Trade Guild From Our Own Correspondent BIRMINGHAM. An exponent of Catholic doctrine on social matters, keen, energetic the Rev. Bernard Salt, still in his......

Of Persons And Places

A Roving Causerie By G. E. ANSTRUTHER For nearly twenty-eight years Mgr. Cotter has performed, single-handed, the duties of Bishop of Portsmouth, on top of more than five years'......