Catholics with a suppressed grievance; their valiant efforts have never been mentioned in the Catholic papers. Often enough the fault is their own for keeping quiet about them. often. too, the silence of the papers is due to lack of space. In the North there is a permanent grievance against London which gets more than its share of notice. Last week in Newcastle many friends told me about the Fenham College Jubilee last autumn. adding rather sadly " and not a word of all this appeared in any Catholic paper." In the case of Fenham, of course. the Society of the Sacred Heart, which runs the College, lays very little store on publicity.
Fenham's Record WHATEVER the feelings of the community. Fenham's jubilee deserves large headlines for Fenham is more than a training college in the North-East. 1.ike the other major training colleges it plays a key part in the life of the Catholic Community. Its old students. thousands of them, staff so many of the schools. Two thousand people attended the jubilee celebrations. Fenham, which was opened during Mother Janet Stuart's times, is now as large as a good sized village. It houses a primary school. Grammar School and Training College and serves up to 1,000 lunches every working day. More than this, it is willing to welcome the clergy, Y,C.W„ retreatants, apostolic persons for
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