MGR. EDWARD DUNDERDALE, chancellor and eflicialis (president of the tribunal) of the Westminster Archdiocese, has been named chaplain to St. Pea' gia's Convent, Highgate. It is one of 21 new appointments in the archdiocese.
The Monsignor, who has been chancellor since 1949, and officialis for more than a year, was previously chaplain to the Little Sisters of the Poor Convent, Portobello Road.
Fr. Wilfred Purncy, former chaplain at SI. Pelagia's, and who is precentor (leader) of the Westminster Cathedral choir, has been named rector of St. George's parish, Sutdbthuer' rYaMpee) appointments arc: Fr 1PI nkt, Fr 1PI nkt, Prisapmol i a(.711'Co'hat‘iftceolanwi'sronart Kenton tni Rrnok Green as Rectorsind Rural IA-air: Ir Georue Eldridge hum New Southgate to the Convent. Portobello Road, as chaplain; Fr. Juan O'Callaghan of Kings. bury Green tu by; Dean of St. Anthontis Deanery; Fr. Michael Lynant from Old Flail Green to Kenton as Rector: Fr. Terence Brady From Hackney to West Hendon as Priest in Chime: fr. Dalton Haughey from Welwyn Garden City so New Southgate as Administrator; Fr, Henry Dodd from Hackney, to Welwyn Garden city an assisiatio Fr. Thomas Gardner from Royston to the Cathedral as a chapliiirta Er. Robert Newbury (torn Finehley Church End to Hemel Hempstead as assistant; Yr_ Ronald Aylward from Islington to Northworsd as assistant: Fr, William Kahle from Nnoltwood no Holloway as Prison Chaplain; Fr, Arthur Page four Brook Green to lalington as taTiHstaacnkiii:ely7rasi. Aatse:ii:tairntatu}smsrlml ficrohmheICAhreolhseear irom Hoddesdon to Chelsea as assistant: Fr. Richard Johnson from Kensington to Old 1411 Green as Administrator: Fr. Brian Ward from Willesden to Stoke Newagton as assistant; Fr. Edward Matthews from Hemel Hempstead to thc Cathedral as chaplain; Er, Maitael Roberts front Cambridge 10 a_11,soidstitocnS:.