BISHOPS' ENGAGEMENTS Westminster
For Archbishop Griffin: To-morrow, Saturday. St. Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham. Consecrates the Rt. Rev, Humphrey P. Blight, Bishop Auxiliary to the Archbishop of Birmingham. October 31. Cathedral, Pontificates at First Vespers of All Saints. 3.15 p.m. November I. Cathedral. Sings Terce
and Pontifical Mass. 10 a.m. Pontificates at Vespers, 3.15, November 2. Cathedral. Assists at Capitular Maas and gives the Absolution, 10.30 a.m. 'November 3. Cathedral. Offers Mass for all members, living and deceased, of the Society cif St. Augustine, 8 a.m. November 4. St. Mary of the Angels, Bayswater. Assists at High Mass and preaches. 11 a.m.
Southwark For Archbishop Amigo: This Sunday. Visitation at Streatham Hill, 11. Presides at Rally of Young Christian Workers in Amigo hall, 4. Wednesday. All Saints. Sings Pontifical Mass at Wonersh. Thursday. Assists at Solemn Requiem at Wonersh. Friday. Visitation and confirmation at Catford.
For the Bishop of Clifton: Sunday. October 29, Assists at the Knights of St. Columba Jubilee Mass at the ProCathedral al I 1 a.m. Confirmations at Glastonbury,at 3.30 p.m.
For Bishop Ellis: To-morrow, Saturday. Attends meeting of Derbyshire Christian Council at Chesterfield. Sunday. Visitation and confirmation at St. Joseph's, Shirebrook, Derbyshire. Tuesday. Addresses conference of Chaplains to the Forces at Bar Convent, York. Friday. Visits the Becket School, West Bridgford, Notts. '
PRIESTS' APPOINTMENTS Leeds
Rev. J. Crowley, recently on sick leave, to St. Joseph's. Otley ; Rev. W. Dela'acy, from St. Joseph's. Huddersfield, to St. Alban's. Denby Main: Rev. T. McGuinness, front Ireland, to St. Joseph's, Huddersfield; Rue W. Cavanagh. Lupsett, to St. Theresa's, Cross Gates, Leeds; Rev. E. Woodhouse, Kendray, Barnsley, to Lupsctt; Rev. P. Hannon. recently ordained i‘ Ireland, to Kendray: Rev. J. McCook, recently ordained in Ireland, to Wombwell; Rev. P. O'Riorhan, recently ordained in Ireland, to Ovenden, Halifax, in place of Rev. B. Duffy, returned to Ireland: Rev. J. Callanan, recently ordained in Ireland, to St. Nicholas, Leeds; Rev. D. O'Driscoll, from Ireland, to St. Austin's, Wakefield; Rev. D. McDyer, from Ireland, to Cathedral, Leeds.
Rev. Luke Croghen (diocese of Elphin) has been appointed assistant at Chatham.
Fr. G. M. Corr, 0-SM., from St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, to St. Philip's Priory, Begbroke, Oxford. Fr. M. M. Rose, 0.S.M., to St. Mary's Priory, Fulham Road, from St. Philip's Priory, Begbroke, Oxford.
Jesuits Rev. G. Gallagher. S.J., from SS. Michael and John, Clitheroe, to an appointment in the south. Rev. 0. Kernball, Si., front St. Joseph's, Leigh, to Clitheroc.
Ir. Peter Moran, S.J., has left Loyola Hall. Rainhile to become parish priest of the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Spinkhill. near Sheffield, in succession to Fr. James Gallagher. S.J.
DEAN T. J. RIGBY
Dean Thomas Joseph Rigby. who has been palish priest at St. Teresa's, Birkdale, for the past eighteen months. died at the Presbytery on Sunday. Ile was born in 1875 in Liverpool and was educated at Upholland College. Ordained in 1901 he held appointments as curate at St. Winetride's, Bootle, St. Patrick's. Widnes, and had also been at Preston. In ihe last war Dean Rigby was a chaplain and went to Egypt and to Gallipoli. Following demobilisation he went to St, Mary's,
VERY REV. DEAN BILSBORROW The death occurred recently of the Very Rcv. Richard Bilshorrow, V.F., parish priest of St. Gregory's, Chorley. Solemn Requiem Mass was offered at St. Gregory's in the presence of Archbishop Downey. Born at Croft, near Warrington, in 1875. Dean Bileborrow was educated at Ushaw College, and ordained in 1905.
Fr. J. Riley died on October 23 at West Glinstead after some months' illness. Born in 1885, Fr. Riley, who was ordained in 1926, was formerly a school teacher and was a late vocation. He was educated at Walworth, Bede College, Rome, and Wonersh.
MOTHER AUGUSTINE MURPHY Rev. Mother Augustine Murphy, Superioress of the Presentation Convent, Koclaikanal. India, died at the Presentation Convent, Matlock, on October 15.
MR. P. R. MORLEY-HORDIeR An architect of great distinction responsible for the restoration of many old houses and churches, Mr. P. R. Morley-Horder, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A., died recently in London. lie was a son of the late Rev. Garrett Horder. the Congregational hymnologist, and was educated at the City of London
School. Mr. Morley-Horder was a convert of many years' standing, and his funeral after Requiem Mass, at which the Rev. Fr. Murphy, of Waterlooville, officiated, was attended by a large number of people well-known in artistic and musical circles.
W/O Anthony Madden has been awarded the D.F.C. He is an old boy of St. Mary's College, Blackborn. Captain J. Rhydwen Jones. R.A.. nephew of Bishop Ellis, of Nottingham, has been awarded the Croix de Guerre by the French for his work in the Tunisian campaign.
FR. JOHN RILEY
1921 he became parish priest of St. Patrick's, Widnes. and three years later went to St. Sylvester's, Liverpool.
Chorky, and later to Liverpool. In