MILL HILL MISSIONARY COLLEGE APPOINTMENTS
The Very Rev. John A. Wall has been appointed rector of St. Joseph's Foreign Missionary College, Mill Hill, in succession to the Very Rev. Thomas McLaughlin, D.D., whose term has expired.
Another appointment to Mill Hill is that of the Rev. Patrick J. Morris, D.D., L.S.S. Twenty-one other priests have received their appointments to the various missions of the society.
POPLAR BOYS' SCHOOL REPORT At the annual meeting last week at SS. Mary and Joseph's boys' school, Wade Street, Poplar, E.1, a report of the school's activities wan made. It was announced that the Rev. A. Arendzen, parish priest, had been appointed to Bunhill Row; his place had been filled at Poplar by tha Rev. B. I,. George. 83 boys had been confirmed and the school had passed successfully the diocesan inspection. Several scholarships had been gained to other schools. A good athletic record had also been maintained, FIRST COMMUNIONS AT WOOD GREEN
A number of childien made their first communions last Sunday at St. Paul's church, Wood Green. Mass was celebrated by Fr. Manzartedd, CM., and a special sermon was given by Canon George Curtis. The -church. which was gaily decorated with lilies presented by the children, was crowded to its utmost capacity
DEBT ON UPPER NORWOOD CHURCH REDUCED The garden party held in the grounds of St. Joseph's college, Beulah Hill, last week. in aid of the parish fund of the church ill the Faithful Virgin, Upper Norwood, realized £54. Various other sums collected during the week resulted in reducing the debt by £60, bringing it down to £487.
CHANGES AT STREATHAM
The Rev. Robert Glennie who takes up his duties at the English Martyrs', Streatham, at the cod of the month, was or-. dained in 1933 and was formerly a Church of England clergyman.
Fr. Glennie succeeds the Rev. Vivian St. Clare Hilt, B.A., MC., who has gone. to the church of Our Lady Star of the Sea, Rottingdean; near Brighton,
RAMSGATE PILGRIMAGE The annual pilgrimage was held to Saint Mildred's Abbey, Minster, near Ramsgate, and was attended by crowds from all over Thanet parish on Thursday last week. Pontifical high Mass was celebrated at St. Mildred's church by Dom Adrian Taylor, 0.S.B., Abbot of Ramsgate. In the afternoon the procession of the relic of St. Mildred was held from the church to the old abbey.
On the anniversary of the assassination of the Russian Royal Family a service was held at the Russian church in Paris.