A reunion of members of the Forces' Catholic Club of Nairobi, E. Africa, was held in the K.S.C. Club, Lansdowne Road, London, during the Whitsun week-end.
Mr. A. N. D. Kerr, a member of the Pelt's Wood btanch ACTU, has been elected to the Executive Council of the Association of Supervising Electrical Engineers, a trade union in the National Federation of Professional Workers.
Miss Florence Barry, hon. secretary of St. Jean's Internatiooal Social and Political .Alliance, has been in Geneva for the meetings of the non-governmental organisations and has now gone on to Rome, where she will represent St. Joan's at the International Alliance for Women, of which St. Joan's is a constituent member.
Some 200 members of the K.S.C. attended a pilgrimage to the shrine of Our Lady of Consolation at West Grinstead on Sunday. There were parties front Horsham, Brighton, Worthing and Bognor. The Rev. H. Eincham preached. A fortnight's parochial mission was opened last Sunday at St. Mary's, Hyson Green, Nottingham. The missioner is Fr. J. O'Sullivan, 0.M.I.. from the Little Flower Mission House, Crewe, Cheshire.
Praise for the work being done by the Sisters and staff at St. Anthony's Orphanage at Grimsby was voiced by the borough M.P., Mr. K. G. Younger, Under Secretary to the Home Office, when he paid a surprise visit this week. Fr. T. Morrin, S.F.S., preached on the Apostolate of St. Margaret Mary at the church of the Most Precious Blood, Sidmouth, on Sunday last.
Yet another branch of the ACTU has been formed. This time at Sanderstead, Surrey, at a meeting held in the parish hall of St. Gertrude's. South Croydon, on May 16.
Fr. R. Brookes, 0.5.11., M.C., who became parish priest at St. Bents Catholic Church, Beccles, Suffolk, earlier this year, was elected president of Bei:41es Football Club Supporters' and Social Club at its annual meeting on Friday.