Cardinal Heenan of WestminsterFriday: Mass after consecration of Church. St. Lawrence, Finials'''. 7.15. Saturday: Pastoral Council, Convent. Carlisle Place, 11, Monday: Episcopal meeting on seminary, St. Edmund's College. Tuesday: Celebration of patronal Mast, St. Edmund's College.
B ishop Butler, Auxiliary of Westminster-Friday: BBC CRAC meeting, 10. Saturday: Diocesan Pastoral Council, Carlisle Place. 11. Sunday: Preaches at all Masses. meets Parish Council, Confirmation, Bedwell, Stevenage. Monday: Episcopal meeting on Seminary. Allen Hall. Tuesday: Patronal Feast celebrations, St. Edmund's College. Wednesday: Administration meeting, Archbishop's House. 11. Thursday: Oscott College Hierarchy Theological Commission. 11. Nests Schools Sub-Commission annual dinner, Loreto College, 8. Friday: Herts and Beds Ecumenical COnsultative Committee meeting. Diocesan House, St. Albans. 10.15.
B ishop Guauelli, Auxiliary of Westminster-Friday: Chaplains' conference, Irish Centre. Parish dinner, St. ScholaiUses, Clapton. a. Saturday: Pastoral Council, Visitation, St. Augustine's, Hammersmith. Sunday: Visitation. St. Augustine's, Hammersmith, HondasTuesday: St. Edmund's Day celebratiOnS, St. Edmund's College, Ware. WednesdayThursday: Visits Westminster students in seminaries. Ireland.
B ishop Mahon, Auxiliary of Westminster-Saturday: Westminster Pastoral Council, Sunday-Monday: St. Edmund's College, Ware. Wednesday: Council of Administration. 11. Confirmation, St. Erconwaid, Wembley Park, 7. Thursday: Board of Governors, St. Mary's College. Strawberry Hill, 12.30. Ecumenical Society of the 15VM. St, Andrew's. Holborn. 6.15.
Archbishop Dwyer of BlrminghannSunday: Confirmations. Our Lady's Church, Dudley. 11. Tuesday: Diocesan Council of Priests' meeting, Oscott College, 10.45. Wednesday: Bi extension to Robert Sutton School, Burton-on-Trent, 11.30. Thursday: Visitation, St. Wulstan's, Stourport-on Severn, 10.
Bishop Cleary, Auxiliary of libmIngham-Saturday: Meets workers for handicapped, London. 11. Sunday; Mass and Confirmation, 55. Elizabeth Si Helen. Kings Norton, 3. Attends Ukranlan celebration. Wolverhampton, 5.30. Tuesday: Diocesan Council of Priests' meeting, Oscott College, 10.45. Wednesday: Visits sick and schools, Christ the Kin. Coventry, 11. Thursday: Priests' Consultative Schools Commission meeting. Olton, 11. Friday: Social Welfare Commission meeting, London.
& shoe Smarr, Auxiliary of Birmingham-Sunday: Man and ConermatiOn. Holy Ghost and Mary immaculate, Olton, 11.15. ConfirmatiOn and Benediction, St. Augustine's, Solihull, 3. Tuesday: Diocesan Council Of Priests' meeting, Oscott College, 10.45. Wednesday: Visits sick and schools. St. Edward's. Sally Park, 10.45, Thursday: Priests' Consultative Schools Commission meeting, Olton, 11. Friday: Priseglying, Olton Court Convent School, 7.30.
B ishop Harris, Auxiliary of Liverpool Friday-Sunday: Visits sick and schools. visits Garston Hospital, Confirmations, St. Francis of Assisi, Garston. Monday: Council of Administration meeting. Ceremony of Proclamation. St. Fronds Xaviers, Liverpool. Wednesday: Addresses Wallasey Circuit Christian CitlaranthiP Committee. 8. Thursday: Merseyside Churches' Radio Committee. 2.30. Leads Discussion of Religion on Merseyside, Shaw Street, 7.
Bishop Gray, Auelliary of Liverpool Thursday; Annual prisegiving, Cardinal Allen School, Philharmonic Hail, Liverpool. 7.30. Friday: Central co-ordinating Committee for 'Call to the North' meeting, St. Andrew's Hall, Bishopthorpe, 11.
Archbishop Cowdergy of SouthwarkFriday: John Fisher School governors meeting, 2.30. Saturday: National Commute of CPEA meeting, 2. Sunday: Mass, visitation and Confirmation. Dulwich, 3. Monday: Concelebrates Requiem Mass for KSC, Cathedral, 8. Tuesday: Mass, visitation and Confirmation, St. Mary's, Clapham, 7.30. Wed nesday: Meeting, St. John's Seminary, Wonersh, 11. Thursday: Man, visitation and Cenermation, Plumstead Common, 7.30.
B ishop Warlock of Portsmouth-Friday: Finance Committee, National Catholic Fund, Archbishop's House, Westminster, 10.30. Saturday: Conse new altar, St. Mary's Convent, Ascot, 11.30. KSC dinner, Maidenhead. 7,30. Sunday-Monday: Visitation and Confirmation, Wokingham. Monday: Staff meeting. St. Edmund's College, Ware, 2.30. Tuesday; Patronal Feast, St. Edmund's College, Ware. Wednesday: Staff meeting, St. John's Seminary. Wonersh, 11. Thursday: Governors' meeting, St. John's College, Southsea, 10.45. Requiem for Mgr. S. O'Connor, Cathedral, 7.30.
Bishop Grant of NorthemPlOn--Sunday; Ordination of permanent deacon, High Wycombe. Monday-Tuesday: Visits St. Edmund's. Ware. Thursday: Prisegiving, Our Lady's Convent. Kettering. Evening ConfirmatiOn. St. Joseph's, Luton.
B ishop Clark, Auxiliary of Northampton-Friday-Sunday: Ecumenical Conference. Wood Hall. Tuesday: Speaks at Norwich Young Wives' Open Grows. Catechetical meeting, Catholic Education Centre, Norwich, 8. Thursday: Theelogical Commission meeting, Oscott. Friday-Saturday: Conference on toterchurch Marriage, Spode, B ishop Ellis of Nottingham-Friday: Diocesan Schools Commission, 11. Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation, Blessed Sacrament, Leicester. Tuesday: Visitation and Confirmation, Coalville, 7. Wednet. day: Attends College Feast Day, Toilerton. 11.30. Thursday: Blesses new Primary school, Woodseats, 3. Friday; Attends jubilee, Plater College, London.
B ishop McClean of MiddlesbroughSaturday: AmpiefOrth dinner, Kings Manor, York. Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation, SS. Joseph and Cuthbert, Loftus. Monday: Presentation of Award, Corpus Christi Junior School, MiddieSbrough, 7. Tuesday: Secondary School meeting, York. 2.30.
B ishop Holland of Salford-Saturday: Mass for centenary of school, Mount Carmel, Blackley, 12. Sunday: Visitation, II. Confirmation, 3. St. Thomas of Canterbury, Bolton. B ishop Burke, Auxiliary of SalfordSunday: Remembrance Service, CenotaPh, Manchester, 11. Lunch, Manchester Town Hall, 1. Confirmation, SS. Peter and Paul. Bolton, 3.
B ishop Rudderham of Clifton-Sunday: Visitation, Confirmation, 3.30. St. Dunstan's, Keynsham. Monday: Blessing Of new Convent of Sisters of Charity, 11.30, Wednesday: Catholic Teachers Association reception, Bristol, 7.30. Thursday: Diocesan Schools Commission, 10.30.
B ishop &milieux of Plymouth-Friday: Presents prizes and certificates, St. Edward's School, Poole, 8. Sunday: Visitation and Mast 10.30. Confirmation, 3. Camborne. Monday: Opens and blesses new school buildings, Camborne, 3.30. Tuesday: Cornwall Deanery Conference, Truro, 11.30.
B ishop Casey of Brentwood-Friday: Visitation and Confirmation, English Martyrs, Danbury. Saturday: Schools COmmissiOrt conference, Brentwood, 10. Monday: Staff and Bishops' meeting, St. Edmund's College, Ware. Tuesday: Brent. woodiChelmSfOrd Joint Diocesan SCh001 of Liturgy, Hoddesdon. Wednesday: Staff and Bishops' meeting, St. John's Seminary. Wonersh, Thursday: Senate of Priests' meeting. Brentwood. 11. Mass and Confirmation. St. Francis of Assisi, Stratford, 6.
Bishop Wheeler of Leeds-Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Peter's, Leeds, 3.30. Monday: Concelebrates Man, Enclosure of Carmel, Wood Hall, 11. Tuesday: Priests' Council, Headingley. Wednesday: Visitation and Confirmation, Holy Name, Leeds, 7.30. Friday: Curial Offices.
B ishop Foley of Lancaster-Sunday: Visitation and Confirmation. St. John Vianney. Blackpool. Tuesday: Housekeepers' Retirement Fund meeting. Wednesday: Clergy day of Recollection, Wigton. Thursday: Attends a.g.M. Catholic Record Society, London.
B ishop Grasar of Shrewsbury-Friday: St. Edmund's Orphanage meeting. 3.30. Sunday-Monday: Confirmation and visiteflon, St. Joseph's, Upton. Wednesday: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Joseph's,. Malein, Thursday: Administration Board meeting. Crewe. Bishop Brewer. Auxiliary of Shrewsbury-Sunday-Monday: Visitation and Confirmation, St. Wilfrid's, NOrthwich. Wednesday: Visitation and ConfirmatiOn, St. Anne's, Nantwlch. Thursday: Administration Board meeting, Crewe.
B ishop Bowen of Arundel and Brighten-Saturday: Diocesan PaStoral Council meeting, Ladywell Convent, Godalming. Monday: Diocesan Schools Commission meeting. Hove, 7.30. Wednesday: Meeting, St. John's Seminary. Wonersh, 10.30. Thursday: Diocesan Senate of Priests' meeting, St. Joseph's Hail, Storrington, 11.
B ishop Cunningham of Hexham and Newcastle-Sunday: Visit and ConfirmatIon, Corpus Christi, Gateshead, 3.30. Tuesday: A.g.m. of diocesan branch of Catholic Women's Needlework Guild, Blackfriars Hall, 2.30. Wednesday: Finance Committee, Bishop's House, 2.30. Thursday: Council of Priests, Marie Reparatrice, Newcastle.
B ishop Lindsay. Auxiliary of Hesitant and Newcastle -Sunday; Mass, 10.20. Visit and Confirmation, 3.30, Our Lady of the Annunciation, Gateshead. Tuesday: Chaplains' Administrative Committee meeting, Newcastle Regional Hos pital Board, 11. Wednesday: Finance Committee, 2.30. Pringlying, St.
Joseph's. Sunderland. 7. Thursday: Council of Priests' meeting, Marie Reparatrice, 11.
The Requiem Mass for John McNally took place at Our Lady of Seven Dolours, Friary Road, S.E.15, on Friday, 29th October, at 2.30 p.m. Mgr. Mahony attended the Mass, which was offered by the Guardian, Fr. Raymund, in recognition of John McNally's many years of valuable service as a Catholic teacher. The Mass was also attended by the
staff and pupils of St. Thomas the Apostle School, Peckham.
Gertrud von Le Fort, one of the most important German novelists between the first and second world wars, has died at Obcrstdorf, Bavaria, aged 95. She became a Catholic in 1926, but was the descendant of an old Savoy family which, for religious reasons, had had to settle in Geneva in the sixteenth century.
Born at Minden. Gertrud von Le Fort spent much of her early life in Rome, and soon felt attracted toward the Catholic Church. In 1928 she published her first novel, originally called "The Roman Fountain," but later "The Vale of Veronica." "The Pope from the Ghetto" was published in 1930. She also published essays on religion and philosophy, in one of which ("Woman Eternal") she meditated on the relation of the creature to his Creator as a feminine principle.
Fr. Arthur Patrick O'Connor SJ., aged '71. Born at Waterford, he was educated at St. Francis Xavier's College, Liverpool and Liverpool University. He entered the Jesuit novitiate in 1927, studied philosophy at Heythrop and was ordained in Cardiff in 1936. He served in various parishes and taught in a number of schools throughout the country.