Page 7, 9th October 1953

9th October 1953
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Statesmen Are Urged To Protest

Continued from page 1 known that the days of his freedom were numbered from that moment. Fearless as ever, he continued in the exercise of his duties . . . "The devotion of his......

Priest-workers: Grave Dangers . .

But Cardinal says there are also great hopes and opportunities HE dangers and the opportunities now facing the priest-workers in their lonely apostolate among the......

Delayed School 'redundant'

Bishop Ellis tells of 'unfair action' IVE YEARS AGO, the Catholic authorities approached the Derbyshire education committee for the provision of a Catholic school at Roe Farm, a......

Obituary

Fr. T. P. O'Connor, S.D.B. Fr. T. P. O'Connor, S.D.B., until September last year Superior at Warrenstown Salesian Agricultural College in Co. Meath. has died in Dublin He was in......

700 Communicants At Evening Mass

pOR the first time on the occasion of a mission, evening Mass was celebrated on Friday at the Church of Our Lady of Hal, Camden Town, London—and 700 young men and women, coming......

'new Look' Nuns See 'new Look' School Opened

The many parents and friends who went to see the blessing of the new wing of St. Angela's Providence Convent School. Palmers Green, London, by Cardinal Griffin last week, had a......

New Abbess Is Blessed

The abbatial blessing was given by Archbishop Masterson of Birmingham at Pontifical High Mass on Friday in the small church in Stanbrook Abbey grounds to Dame Elizabeth Sumner.......

Marists' Superior Tours England

After visiting houses of the Order in Holland, Germany and Norway, Fr. Alcyme M. Cyr, Superior General of the Society of St. Mary (Marists), has arrived in England for a......

Parish Levy For The Needs Of Portsmouth

A 10 per cent. levy has been imposed since January on Sunday and holyday offertories in the parishes of the Portsmouth diocese to meet the needs of the diocese. Response to the......

Campaigners On The 'frontier'

The summer campaign of the Northampton Travelling Mission, which has been conducted by five "campaigners," ended on Sunday with an open-air meeting in the historic market place......

A King Was Cured At Mousewell Hill'

T UST NO years ago Richard de Belmeis II, Bishop of London, gave a plot of land on Muswell Hill, North London, to some Benedictine nuns. A chapel was built there and dedicated......

Bishop's Cup First Round

The first round of the Bishop Beck Football Cup competition was played on Saturday, when St. Francis (Stratford) beat Harold Hill (Catholic) by 10 goals to I on the West Ham......

Southwark Schools Are On The Move'

WHEN Bishop Cowderoy goes V T to Tolworth, Surrey, to open a new primary school on October 24, it will be the second school he has opened in the diocese within a month. The......

2 Devon Priests Named Canons

Bishop Grimshaw of Plymouth has appointed Fr. J. P. O'Malley, parish priest of Exmouth, and Fr. A. E. Boers, parish priest of Abbey Road, Torquay, honorary Canons. Fr, O'Malley......

00,000 For A Science Wing

Work has begun on extensions costing more than £30,000 at St. Paul's Grammar School for girls in Edgbaston, Birmingham. The new block will consist of laboratories, and will, in......

St. Francis's Feast

Bishop Rudderham presided at High Mass celebrated by the Provincial. Fr, Justin McLoughlin, 0.F.M., in the Church of St. Bonaventure in Bishopston, Bristol, on Sunday, to......

Engagements

Cardinal Griffin.-Tomorrow (Saturday): Attends civic reception in the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. 5.30 p.m. Sunday : Assists at Pontifical Mass in the Sacred Heart. Hove, 11 a.m.;......

Mr. J. L. Donovan

Mr. J. L. Donovan, president of the Croydon circle of the Catenian Association, has died after a brief illness, He was 53. It is the first time that a president of the Croydon......