Mgr. C. L. Nelligan, Bishop of Pembroke and Ordinary to the Canadian Active Service Force, will soon be going overseas to see the troops and chaplains there. Bishop Nelligan recently was promoted to the honorary rank of colonel, having previously held the honorary rank of lieut.-colonel, Major the Rev. T. J. McCarthy, in charge of the Canadian Catholic chaplaincy service in England since the beginning of the war, has been promoted to lieut.-colonel.
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Organisations: Canadian Active Service Force
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Canadian Chaplains' Chief Coming to England
Keywords: Chaplain, Monsignor, Military Chaplain, Military Ordinariate Of Canada, Roman Catholic Church In England And Wales, Religion / Belief, Politics, War / Conflict
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