Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will take place at St. Peter's church, L,andore, Glam., on Sunday next and at St. David's church, Maesglas, Mon., on the following Sunday.
The Cardiff Council of the Knights of St. Columba will hold its annual whist drive and dance in aid of Penylan convent, Cardiff, at the City Hall, on FebrUary 21.
At St. Patrick's Hall, Newport, Mon., the pantomime Dick Whittington was performed on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. The proceeds are for the mission fund.
Members of the two Cardiff circles of the Catenian Association attended the 8 o'clock Mass celebrated by the Archbishop of Cardiff at St. David's cathedral, Cardiff, on Sunday, for the late Dr. D. E. Cantillon.
In connection with the funeral of the late King George V exposition of the Blessed Sacrament took place from after the 10 a.m. Mass until 3 p.m. at St. David's cathedral, Cardiff. At 3 p.m. the Archbishop of Cardiff gave pontifical Benediction when the cathedral was packed to capacity.
St. Helen's C.Y.M.S. hall, Barry Dock, Glam., is now completed and it was decided at the annual meeting to name it Bishop Vaughan Memorial Hall in memory of the late Bishop of Menevia, who was the first chaplain of the St. Helen's branch.
The Mayor of Newport, Councillor William Casey, with the Mayoress, the Town Clerk, aldermen and other members of the corporation attended the service for the late King at St. Mary's, Newport, on Tuesday at noon. They found the church's accommodation taxed to its utmost limits. Mourners were thronging the nave and side chapels and even kneeling at the altar rails and in the choir gallery.
The first function at the newly-extended St. Michael's school hall, Newport, Mon., took place last week, when a very large attendance was present for the dance. Mr. Michael Collins was M.C. The Whole of the extensions at present under way will be ready for their opening by the Archbishop of Cardiff in four or five weeks' time. Functions in the large St. Michael's hall will, it is hoped, help to defray considerably the expense of extending the schools.
A supper and social will be held at St. David's school hall, Newport, Mon., on Tuesday next. This function is being organised by the Women's Guild in aid of the church debt reduction fund. A record crowd is anticipated_