of the Faith amongst us. At the time of the great French Revolution the district was meant to be " grand ": Clarendon " Square " contained amusements of all sorts. But it degenerated rapidly. Meanwhile Abbe Chantral had opened a chapel dedicated in honour of Our Lady of the Garden Gate; then the heroic Abbe Carmen built (most of) the present church. Over the 1.igh altar was painted a symbol popular then in France (and elsewhere)—a. triangle containing the Eye of God. A much maltreated servant girl saw in it the symbol of the Abiding Presence of God : under the influence of this she became Mother Margaret Mary Hallahan, ultimately foundress of the Dominican Sisters at Stone and elsewhere. This is what the verses (rightly called " homely " by the Editor) commemorate : a critical question is raised in a separ ate letter. The conditions of the parish now demand heroism from any rector.
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30th December 1938
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