Fr Peter Flood, OSB, in a London hospital. aged BO. He was horn in Bristol and educated at Si Brendan's, Bristol. He served in the First World War from 1917 to 1919 after tryinu his vocation at Si Sulpice.
He pursued his medical studies in Dublin and had a distinguished career as a surgeon and gynaecologist both in the National University and in private practice. He entered the novitiate at Ealing Abbey at the age of 50 and after his studies at Sam Ansenno tie was ordained priest in 1951.
He lectured in Canon Law and later in Medico Ethics at Sant Anselmo from 1958 to 1966. Dom Peter was much in demand as a retreat giver and gave a number uf talks on medical and ethical problems to the Catholic societies of the London hospitals.
Fr John Molly, 8MM, at the General House of the Montfort Missionaries in Rome, aged 67. He was born in Si Albans parish, Liverpool and after studying at the Montfort seminary in France. was ordained there In 1938. He took an honours degree in French at Southampton University College, and soon after was appointed to missionary work Malawi, where he remained for more than 30 years While there he was chosen to work on the translation of the Roman Missal and other liturgical books into Chichewa, the language of the country. Al the same time he was it member of the board concerned with producing a Common Bible In Chichewa.
On leaving the missions in 1974, he took up a post at the Montfortian General House in Rome, and also worked at the Vatican organisation of Car Unum Fr Thomas Purcell, of the diocese of Arundel and Bruiliton. in retirement at Albany. Western Australia, aged 69. He had retiree on Novemoer atJ from the partsh of the Holy Spirit, Fetchstn, where he had been parish priest for the past 12 years.
He was horn at Ballyhenebry. Co Kilkenny, and attended St Kieran's College in Kilkenny. He was ordained iri 1936, and served in the diocese ot Meatier-id. New Soeth Wales, from 1936 to 1966, becoming parish priest of Singleton in 1952. He was Vicar Forane of the region
He went to Fetcharn in January 1967, and was incardinated into the diocese of Arundel and Brighton in April of that year. He returned to Australia in retirement last November.