AMEMBER OF PARLIAMENT, a missionary Bishop, the principal of a Teachers' Training College, a Jesuit retreat specialist, and a Liverpool teacher who went to Africa to care for leper children are among the Catholics honoured by the Queen in this year's Birthday Honours List.
Catholics in the list include :
LT. COL OLIVER EYRE CROSTHWA1Tt-' EYRE, Conservative M.P, for New Forest since 1945; Vice-Chairman of Eyre and Spottiswoode Ltd.; Deputy Chairman of Methuen and Co. Ltd.; educated at Downside and Trinity; enlisted as a private in 1940, served in Norway, Middle East and N.W Europe, MAJOR-GENERAL EVELYN DALRYMPLE FANSHAWE,
UNRRA Director in British Zone of Germany, 1945-48; Director of International Refugee Organisation in the same Zone, 1948-52; served in Mission to Dominion countries on behalf of UNO in 1952.
MAJ.-GEN. H. M. CAMPBELL (Royal Army Pay Corps).
DONALD CHARLES HOPSON, D. O., M.C., T.D. (Foreign Office).
W. B. MALLEY, Counsellor to H.M. Embassy, Madrid; educated at St. Wilfrid's, Cotton; author of works in Spanish including one on Christian Symbolism.
LORD OXFORD AND ASQUITH, administrator of the island of St. Lucia, West Indies; educated at Ampleforth and Balliol (1st Class, Lit.Hum.); former adviser to Prime Minister of Libya; Assistant District Commissioner in Palestine (1942-48).
Fr. KEVIN P. CRONIN, CM., Principal of St. Mary's College, Strawberry Hill, since 1948; educated St. Vincent's College, Castleknock and National University of Ireland; lecturer in ecclesiastical history in the Irish College, Paris (1932-35); has had extensive influence on reform and development of religious teaching in schools.
RT. REV. P. ROGAN, Bishop of Buea, S. Cameroons; Mill Hill Father and brother of three other members of the Mill Hill Society, one of whom (William) is
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