Cyfeillion Cymru, " The Apostolate of the Welsh Missions," inaugurated at Liverpool a short time ago. is making steady progress. Miss W. Loughlin, secretary of the movement, informs vs that live circles have now been established, and each one has adopted a Welsh mission. Prayer circles are situated in various religious houses.
At the first of the adopted mission, Builth Wells, the billiards room of the local hotel has been converted into a chapel. A site has been secured and efforts are being made to raise funds for the erection of a church after the war.
Cardigan, with a total Catholic population of less than one dozen families,, at present augmented by some eight evacuated families, is in touch with a circle, and other missions arc situated at Pontardulais, Trefriw and Llangefni, the latter having,been adopted by the staff and children of a large elementary school in Liverpool.