For the Assistance of Convert Clergy; men from the various Protestai bodies, and, if funds allow, Conve: Anglican Sisters.
THE HOLY FATHER described as This Most Delicate and Mol Exquisite Charity and promised
PRIVILEGED BLESSINGto thos who help on this most noble work.
There are niOny clergymen. comin into the Cath,olie Church to-day, devoit sincere and conscientious men, wh have, bean granted the light to Teaks that they can no longer remain. W it spiritual safety in. a Church, wkich doe not afford them ayes adequate or definit guidance an ?natters of theolvflY an doctrine. To very many of these clergL men who are determined to embrace th Truth,, the change means very rea material loss and great anxiety concert; ing the maintenance of those dependen upon them, and in /many cases they ar reduced to a state of actual destitutioti It is to relieee such cases that the Con sells' Aid Society exists, and from who tee ran observe of what is going around us, the calls upon the Society' lauds are iikeig to increase in the future owing to the large number of Anglim and other Ministers coming into th One True Church."
—(11E. the late Cardinal Bourne)
OFFERINGS will be gratefully acknowledged by—
The Secretary, F. W. CHAMBERS, K.S.G., 20, Holmes Road, TWICKENHAM, Middlesex.