Page 7, 6th January 1950

6th January 1950
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Voluntary Help Restores Kentish Village Church

Front Our Own Correspondent St. Joseph's Church Hall, St Mary Cray, Kent, built in nine months at a cost of little over £3,000 by voluntary labour, was opened for the Christmas......

Newman Fund For Exiles Is Winding Up

The trustees of the Newman Educational Foundation anflounce that the Foundation is to be brought to an end owing to the difficulty of securing further funds wherewith to......

Servite Celebrates Golden Jubilee

Fr. Andrew M. Kelly, 0.S.M., celebrated on December 23 the 50th anniversary of his ordination with Mass at the Servite Church, Bognor Regis, and last Sunday received from the......

Crib Fired In Two Churches

By a Staff Reporter Police in Kent and Essex have warned the clergy to keep a special watch on their churches after three attacks on Catholic churches. Five separate fires were......

20-nations Hospitality

The two Houses of Hospitality in London have opened their New Year by reporting that 1949 was another year of a good few worries and disappointments and much struggling "—and......

Cardiff Will Hear A Medieval Disputation

A medieval disputation on the Existence of God will be staged by the Cardiff University Catholic Society at 7 p.m. on February lb. Three Dominicans will take part, Fr. Henry St.......

Priests For Exiles

For the several thousand European voluntary workers employed in Yorkshire mills and mines there are now Polish priests in Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield, Keighley and......

30 Going To Rome For Ordination'

To make a private Holy Year pilgrimage and attend the ordination of a priest at the Beda College, a party of about 30 North Staffordshire Catholics will leave Stoke-onTrent just......

Free Panto For Orphans

Catholic car owners provided transport to 200 children from the Salford Protection and Rescue Society's Homes who were the guests of the Choriton Repertory Theatre Club at the......

Halton Memorial To Mgr. Beauchamp

Air Marshal Sir Basil Embry, Chief of Fighter Command, announces that a double memorial is to be set up at Halton, the chief training centre of the Royal Air Force, in memory of......

Portsmouth Canons Installed

Three new Canons of the Portsmouth Chapter were installed at St. John's Cathedral on December 27— Canon Francis Stanford, of St. C'olman's, Cosham, Canon Louis Harvey, of......

Assistant

Mrs. J. Sullivan, of Wrexham, North Wales, has retired after serving for 50 years as assistant teacher at St. Mary's School. She began teaching at 15 and in recent years has had......

Transport Guild Want National Body

Members of the Manchester Catholic Transport Guild meet at St. John's Cathedral, Salford, on Sunday, January 15. Members will attend Mass at 10 a.m. prior to the meeting. Hon.......

Restoration Fund Now £7,238

St, John's Cathedral, Salford, Restoration Fund, has now reached £7,238 6s. Recent subscription's include one of £200 from St. Patrick's, Manchester. St. Willibrord's, Clayton;......

Persons And Places

Mgr. Roberts, SJ., Archbishop of Bombes, will he the special preacher for the Portsmouth diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes in August. Canon Scantlebury, of Ventnor, is the......

Family Budget

The total cost of the new schools for Wakefield, states the Rev. Henry Thompson, parish priest, will be £250,000, which represents nearly £300 for every Catholic family in the......