ON a fine sunny afternoon and in a large. comfortable house with a delightful garden, the Cardinal was the cheerful centre of a cheerful company. clerical and lay, when he opened and blessed St. Gabriel's House, Hatch End, which is to be the Catholic Radio Centre, Ever since he came to Westminster, the Cardinal has always believed in forwarding the Catholic cause in what one might call a thoroughly British way. He wants to help Catholics engaged in public life, in professions, in publicity and entertainment to help themselves. Hence the professional guilds, A.C.T.IA and A.C.M.E.; hence, too the Catholic Radio Guild and the Catholic Radio Centre. All these organisations are not intended to throw Catholic weight about the country nor to receive sinister deli cal orders. They encourage the spiritual formation of members in the light of their work and they help. too, in making better doctors, better Trade Unionists, and, now, better Radio, and TV workers, on the technical plane. in so far as opportunity offers, Not least, they help Catholics in any line of business nr work to know one another —and why not?
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