Page 14, 9th June 1939

9th June 1939
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The Church Moves On

Debt in Archdiocese Reduced by £15,000 CARDINAL'S PASTORAL TELLS OF YEAR'S ADVANCE Three new eloirehes, three new presbyteries, three new church halls or ehapels, seven......

A K.c.s.g. Succeeds Earl Dudley As President Of Chamber...

Mr Frank Wain, managing director of the Britannia Tube Company, Ltd., Birmingham, was elected President of t h e Birmingham Chamber of Commerce on Monday last in succession to......

But This Is The Oldest Pilgrim

A reader has written to tell us that Miss Cross, of Hampstead, aged 81, was not the oldest pilgrim who took part in the ' Catholic Herald " Peace Pilgrimage to Walsingham. It is......

Motor Chapel To Tour The Midlands

The Motor Chapel, of the Catholic Missionary Society, whose great work in the mining villages of Nottingham was described in the Cartunac HERALD last season, is now getting......

Obituary

Fr. du Moulin-Brown, Cong. Orat. NINETEEN YEARS AT BIRMINGHAM ORATORY Requiem Mass was said at the Oratory, Birmingham, on Friday last, for Fr. Stanilaus du Moulin. Brown, Cong.......

Charitable Bequests

MRS M. E. BROMBY Mrs Mary Ellen Bromby, of St Albans, who died on March 31 lax (14,355; net personalty 14,289) bequeathed 12,0130, subject to lif; interests, as to £300 for a......

Flamborough Head To In "open Space"

Thanks to the spirited action of Brid lington Corporation 200 acres of land o. Flamborough Head have been purchase. with a view to saving the land fror further building......