Cardinal Griffin.Today (Friday): Confirmation at Hitchin, 6 p.m. Sunday: Blesses and opens Plater Hall, Oxford, the new Catholic Workers' College. 3 p.m. Monday: Departs for Rome.
Archbishop King, Bishop of Ports. mouth. Sunday : Attends official opening by Cardinal Griffin of Catholic Workers' College, Boar's Hill, Oxford, Saturday. October 8: Clothing and Profession ceremony at Bitterne Convent, Southampton. Sunday. October 9: Confirmation at St. Joseph's, Southampton, 3.30 p.m.
Mgr. Restieaus, Bishop of Ply. mouth.-Sunday: Presides at High Mass at the Sacred Heart Church, Exeter. 11 a.m. Wednesday: Attends Catenian Association diocesan dinner at Goodhody's Cafe. Plymouth, 7.15 pm.
Mgr. Rudderham, Bishop of ('lifton.Sunday : Visitation and Cone firmation at the Church of Christ the King, Thornbury. Wednesday : Meets counsellors of the Bristol branch of the Catholic Marriage Advisory Council in their offices at Tailors' Court, Bristol.
Mgr, Covvderoy, Bishop of Southwark.--Sunday : Says Mass at Pound Hill Crawley. 9 am.; visits Langley Green. Crawley. 10.10 a.m. Monday: Lays the foundation stone of the new wing of St. Teresa's Maternity Hospiial. Wimbledon, 3.30 p.m. Tuesday: Sings Requiem Mass in the Pro. Cathedralon the anniversary of the death of Archbishop Amigo, 11.15 a.m.; leaves to visit the colleges in Irela nd.
Mgr. Beck, Bishop of Brentwood. -Thursday : Attends annual dinner of the Upminster Catenian circle.
Westminster. estminxter. Canon John Mc. Kenzie, of Hare Street has been appointed to Hounslow as parish priest and Dean of Si. Michael's Deanery; Fr. Reginald Crook, of Ogle Street. to Hare Street ; Fr. George Wright, of the Cathedral, to St. Charles's, Ogle Street, W.I, as administrator;
Fr. Albert Vaughan, of Ashford, to Hemel Hempstead as assistant for the future parish of Hemel Hempstead (East); Fr. Thomas McNamara, of Tollington Park. to Blessed Oliver Plunket House. Camden Square (the new Irish Centre), as chaplain; Fr. Edward Bilsbdrrow. of the Cathedral. to Chiswick as assistant: Fr. Michael O'Dwyer, of Golders Green, to the holic Missionary Society; Fr. Terence Wardle. of Tottenham. to Kentish '[own as assistant ; Fr. Jeremiah Daly, of Kentish Town, to Tottenham as assistant: Fr. Thomas Stack, of Chiswick to Ashford as assistant; Fr. Raymond Evans. of Ilighbury. to the Cathedral as a chaplain.
Southwark.-Fr. James O'Donnell (Cloynel has been appointed to Shoreham; Fr. Bartholomew Tray (CloYne) to Norbiton; Fr. Eugene O'Callaghan (Cloyne) to Maidstone: Fr. Seamus Murfitcly (Cork) to Portslade; Fr. John Greene (Elphin) to Forest Hill; Fr. John Devane to Canterbury; Fr. Seamus Hetherton to the Cathedral parish; Fr. Brendan Feeney to St. John the Baptist's. Brighton; Fr. Hubert McCauley to Sheerness; Fr. Jethn Gillespie to Walton-on-Thames; Fr. John Pledger to Tolworth; Fr. John Bluett to Tunbridge Wells; Fr. John Hagreen to St. Peter's, Hove; Fr. ChristopherSpender to Eastbourne; Fr. Patrick Cox to Redhill; Fr. Michael Carroll to Redhill Convent ; Fr. Joseph Sullivan to Cornwall Road Fr fames Pitts has retired.
Nottingham.-Fr, David Bradbury. of Glossop. has been appointed parish priest of St. Michael's, Haihersage; Fr. Patrick Balk, S.M.A.. of Mans. field. to he assistant priest at St. Mary's Grimsby Fr. L. Kovas. a Hungarian priest. to be assistant
priest at Philip Neri's. Mansfield; Fr. Berna-d Kevin. of Lenton. amis. tant priest at Holy Trinity Church, Newark.