Page 7, 6th February 1953

6th February 1953
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More Room For 'late Vocations'

B LESSING the extension to St. Mary's Carmelite College for late vocations at Aberystwyth on Monday, Bishop Petit of Menevia said that the priesthood must not be considered as a......

She Prepares On A Dumb Organ

The 147 stops of the Royal Albert Hall organ have been reproduced in charts and stand on either side of an upright piano at Grail Headquarters in Sloane Street, London, where......

How To Improve The Children's Films

Films shown by Saturday morning cinema clubs were used by Miss G, Greiner of the Catholic Film Institute to illustrate discussions at a conference at the Cenacle Convent,......

Shrove Tuesday Ball For Chaplaincy Fund

National dances from Czechoslovakia, a calypso by West Indian students, a fancy dress parade, country and square dancing will be among features of a Carnival Ball to be held at......

Bi Le Commentary Is Launched 72 Years

2,000,000 words lay a 'skeleton' TIW 2,000,000-word "Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture," which has taken nine years to produce, was launched at a reception on Tuesday at the......

A Server

London laity receive Papal medals . T HE Holy Father has conferred the Bene Merenti Medal upon the following laity of the Westminster diocese in recognition of their services to......

Royal Honour For Tito

WHEN Tito comes to London " he will, as President and, therefore, head of the Yugoslav State, be entertained by the Queen. Mr. Winston Churchill will give a dinner party at 10......

Bishop Reports On Floods

Church and school may be abandoned A REPORT on the tom of life and destruction to property in the hardest-hit diocese of Brentwood-which consists of the county of Essex-has been......

The Boy From Harrow

E VERY Sunday morning after Mass, 17-year-old Michael Luke, an altar server and chairman of the youth club at the Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury, Harrow-onthe-Hill, set out,......

Catholic Named For Adoption Enquiry

The Hon. Mrs, M. E. Edwards, who herself has an adopted son and daughter, is a member of the committee appointed last week by the Home Secretary and the Secretary for Scotland......

Engagements

Cardinal Griffia.-Today (Friday): Cathedral Hall, attends reception for overseas students, B p.m. Tuesday: Archbishop's House, presides at meeting of ecclesiastical superiors,......

Ex-premier Dies

'Man of impeccable honour' P RIME Minister of Australia from 1929 to 1931, Mr. James Henry Scullin died in Melbourne last week, aged 76. After Solemn Requiem Mass in St.......

A Ll Sorts

By Fr. BERNARD BASSET, S.J. No easier T HE purple vestments appealed at Mass last Sunday to give timely warning of the approach of Lent. We still have 12 days in which to lay......

Appointments

Nottingham. Mgr. Canon Henry Lindeboom. parish priest of Our Lady and Si. Thomas of Hereford, Ilkeston, is retiring. Fr. J. E. Murdoch is to be parish priest of Out Lady and St.......

Best-loved

Irishman in Fleet Street By W. J. IGOE nERALD BROSNAN, the Abbey Iā€˜ellTheatre playwright, who died last week, was the best-loved Irishman in Fleet Street. At his funeral on......