Cardlnui Godfrey. Today (Friday): Visitation and Confirmation, Eastcote, 6.30 p.m. Tomorrow (Saturday): Sings first vespers of Pentecost, Cathedral, 3.30 p.m. Sunday: Sings Terce and Pontifical Mass, Cathedral, 10 a.m.; second vespers of Pentecost, Confirmation and Benediction, Cathedral, 3.30 p.m. Tuesday: Attends Newman Society dinner, Oxford University Chaplaincy, 7.30 p.m. Wednesday: Attends annual meeting of Venerabile Association, Randolph Hotel, Oxford, 11.30 a.m. Thursday; Opens annual meeting of Convent Schools Association, La SaMte Union Convent, Highgate Road, 10.30 a.m.
Archbishop Grinsshaw of Birmingham.-Whit Sunday : Pontifical High Mass, 10.30 a.m., and adult Confirmation and Pontifical Benediction, 3 p.m., St. Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham. Tuesday : Presides at elections of general chapter, St. Dorninic's Convent, Stone, Staffs. Wednesday: annual meeting of Association of Venerable English College, Rome, at the Randolph Hotel, Oxford, 11.3() a.m. Saturday, May 24: Ordinations, Oscott College, Sutton Coldfield. Archbishop King, Bishop of Portsmouth.-Whit Sunday: Confirmation, Holy Ghost church, Basingstoke, 3.30 p.m. Monday: Attends altar servers' rally, St. Edwards', Windsor. Tuesday: Attends annual luncheon of Berkshire Brethren, Cold Ash Convent, Newbury. Sunday, May 24: Sings Pontifical High Mass, St. Boniface Church, Shirley, Southampton, for Mayor's Sunday, 11 a.rn.; presides at High Mass and administers Confirmation for centenary of church of Our Lady and St. Joseph, Lymington, ,6.30 p.m.
Bishop Parker of Northampton.Whit Sunday : Sings Mass and gives Papal Blessing, Northampton C.a thed ra I, 11 a.m. ; Confirmation, Cathedral, 3.30 p.m. Bishop Ellie of Nottingham.-Whit Sunday: Pontifical High Mass, 11 a.m., preaches at Polish Mass, 12.30 p.m., and administers Confirmation, 6.30 p.m., all at Cathedra]. Bishop Rodderham of Clifton.Tomorrow (Saturday): Lays foundation stone of new church of St. Teresa, Fitton, Bristol. Whit Sunday: Presides at Pontifical High Mass and gives Papal Blessing, Pro-cathedral, II a.m.; Confirmation, Pro-cathedral, 3.30 p.m.
Bishop Petit of Menevla.-Whit Sunday : Attends K.S.C. rally, Paisley. Saturday, May 23: Ordains at St. Bonaventure's Friary, Ilenllys, Beaumaris. Sunday, May 24; Visitation and Confirmation, Portmadoc.
Bishop Cowderoy of Southwark.Whit Sunday : Ordination at Engleheld Green, 10.30 am.; Confirmation of the children of the Cathedral Parish, 3.30 p.m.; Vespers, Sermon by the Bishop and Benediction, 6.30 p.m, Saturday, May 21: General Ordination at Wonersh, 9.30 a.m.
Bishop Wall of Brentwood.-Whit Sunday: Adult Confirmation, Cathedral, 4 p.m. Wednesday: Visitation, Franciscan Convent, Clacton-on-Sea. Friday, May 23: Celebrates ordination Mass, Cathedra], 9.30 a.m.
Society of Jesus. The following appointments have been made: Fr. C. Taunton, to be Rector of Si,Francis Xaviel's College Liverpool ; Fr. W. d'Andria, to St. Gabriel's Retreat House, Ha rbornc, Birmingham; Fr. Gerard Marsden. to St. Ignatius' College, Stamford Hill, N.15; Fr. Joseph L. Hughes, to St. Ignatius', Preston, Landashire; Fr. A. Wbittet, to St. Joseph's Leigh, Lancashire; Fr. R. Worsley, to be chaplain to S. Joseph's Priory, Dorking; Fr. V. Norbury, to be parish priest of Spinkhill ; Fr. F. Keating, to Corby Hall Retreat House, Sunderland, and Fr. G. Walkerley, to Farm Street Church, W.I.
Pessimists: At the 35th Provincial Chapter of the Province of St. Joseph (England and Wales), held last week at St. Helens, Lancs., the following were elected: Provincial, Fr. Philip Haves: Provincial Consultors: Frs. Benignus Duffy and Hubert Condron ; Rectors: Our Lady's, Minsteracres, Fr. Augustine Lane; St. Saviour's, Broadway. Fr. Francis McCaffery; St. Paul's, Ilkley, Fr. Christopher Kelly ; St. Gabriers, Ormskirk, Fr. Sebastian Shearer; St. Joseph's, Highgate, Fr. Alfred Wilson; St. Anne's, Sutton, Fr. Vincent Gaffey. Master of Novices; Fr. Ambrose Sunderland. The Chapter was presided over by Fr. Malcolm Lavelle, Superior General. Salvatorians: Fr. Bonaventure Schweizer, S.D.S., was re-elected Stmetior General of the Salvatorians on Monday at the ninth General Chapter held in Rome.
Order of St. Camillus: Fr. Charles' Mansfield has been elected Superior General for a third term.
Shrewsbury.-The following parish priests have been appointed: FL A. W. McNally, from Donnington, to St. Mary's Dukinfleld; Fr. J. Savage, from Church Stretton, to Our Lady of the Rosary, Donaington; Fr. C. O'Kelly, from Stalybridge, to St. Milburge's, Church Stretton, Fr. M. Stone, formerly parish priest of Dukinfield, has been appointed chaplain to the Little Sisters of the Poor, Birkenhead.
Venerable English College, Rome.Patriarch-Archbishop Costa da Nunes. Vice-Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church, conferred the following orders on students of the College in the chapel of the Pontifical GermanHungarian College, Rome, on Sunday, May 3: Diaconate: The Revs,. George Hay (Plymouth), James Wigmore (Clifton). Subdiaconate: The Revv. Petroe Howell (Birmingham), Ronan Magner (Southwark), Christopher Smith (Plymouth),William Steele (Leeds), and Thomas Walsh (Lancaster).