Page 14, 8th April 1938

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CATHOLIC MOTHERS HOLD NATIONAL CONFERENCE Gather at Birmingham The first National Conference of the Union of Catholic Mothers was held at St. Philip's Hall, Birmingham, on......

Better Mothers, Better Citizens, Bet 1"er Friends

" Always bear in mind the fact of human relationship," said Dr. G. Rewcastle, national president of the C.W.L. and consultant at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital,......

Who Will Pay The Children's Fares? Problem For New Devon...

The Catholics of Torquay intend to build a new senior school in the town at the cost of £10,000. They are building it without a grant from the Education Authorities; all they......

Taking Mass To The People

Next week-end the Southwark Travelling Mission will visit: Westbourne, Chichester parish, Sussex. Services at Mile End House, Friday, Saturday and Monday Mass, 8 a.m. Sunday......

Westminster's Passion Play In Addition To The Two Special...

at the Cathedral Hall. Ambrosden Avenue, on Saturday next (April 9) and on Monday at 8.30 each evening, of the Westminster Catholic Club's dramatic society's Passion Play-Robert......

"we Want More Hostels For Boys"

Says the Cardinal at Fisher Committee Meeting Six o'clock in the evening of Tuesday. at 32, Belgrave Square, the home of Lord and Lady Windlesha.m, the Fisher Committee hold......

Oratory Headmaster's Wedding

Over 400 guests filled the great hall of the Oratory School on Thursday for the wedding reception of the school's young headmaster, the Hon. Richard Hope, whose wedding to Miss......

The Editor Of Black' Kars, The Dominican Review, Is Fr.

Hilary Carpenter, 0.P., and not Fr. Gervase Mathew, 0.P., as was stated in a report in the CATFIGLIC HERALD last week.......

On Monday Night, Mr. W. Jolly, J.p., Gave A Lecture On...

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"bishop.3 Don't Bite" Cardinal Hinsley Visits Greenford

Cardinal Hinsley, making his first canonical visitation to the church of Our Lady of the Visitation, Greenford, said that he hoped for better educational facilities for the......

Dispelling The Desolation Ordinations At Buckingham

On the Eve of Passion Sunday, the Bishop of Northampton held an Ordination at the Franciscan church, Buckingham. The first two Minor Orders were conferred upon the Rev. Anthony......

Ordinations In Lisbon

The following were ordained on Saturday, April 2, by the Archbishop of Mitylone at the English College, Lisbon: Priesthood: The Rev. H. Barry (Salford). Diaconate: Rem L.......

An Alive Social Study Course

The Sparkhill, Birmingham. branch of the Catholic Young Men's Society is getting down to studying the social teaching of the Church. The branch has arranged a monthly series of......

Mgr. Mcnulty, Bishop Of Nottingham, Visited St. Mary's...

this week and confirmed several hundred children and adults. Speaking of the Catholic spirit shown by the people of this parish, he mentioned the plight of some countries which......

Obituary

Mgr. J. H. Ashmole On Sunday, April 3, died the Right Rev. Mgr. John Henry Ashinole, Protonotary Apostolic, at the age of eighty-six, at Northampton. Mgr. Ashmole spent his......

Canon George P. Shaw

At Blair's College, Aberdeen, where he had studied for the priesthood thirty-seven years ago, died, on April 1, Canon George P. Shaw, aged 61. Solemn Requiem will be celebrated......

Fr. James Mulkern, S.m.

We regret to announce the death of Fr. James Mulkern, S.M., who died on Wed nesday at Spitalfields. An appreciation will appear in our next issue.......

Charitable Bequests

Mr. Conrad Ludolph Daniel Wittenburg, of Pembroke Square, who died on March 5, aged 87, left £100 to the Bishop of Toowoomba, Queensland, for the benefit of the St. Patrick's......

The Dames Of St. Joan Who Recently Formed An Assemblage

at Shepherd's Bush, held a dance at Acton Baths on March 31, which was very well attended,......