Canon Cardijn, founder of the Young Christian Workers (Theist) Movement, was expected to arrive at Heathrow Airport yesterday (Thursday). Canon Cardijn, who is " on his way " home from an American tour, has a very full programme for his short stay in England.
Yesterday evening he was due to speak at a rally at St. Joseph's College, Beulah Hill, of boys and girls of the London Sections of the Y.C.W., at which Archbishop Amigo, Bishop of Southwark, was to be present.
To-day (Friday) he is addressing the priest students who are holding a Seminary Study Week at St. Joseph's College, Beulah Hill. To-morrow (Saturday) Canon Cardijn visits Manchester and the Y.C.W. Girls' headquarters.
The climax of his rapid tour is reached on Sunday. He addresses a rally at the Picton Hall, Liverpool, at 3 o'clock, at which Y.C.W. members from all over the country arc expected.
On Monday the Canon visits Birmingham and holds a conference with
the Y.C.W. regional chaplains. On Wednesday, Canon Cardijn returns to Belgium.
Mgr. Keller, Bishop of Ermland, whose diocese is now in the Russian zone of occupation, has now been recognised by the Holy See as a " refugee " Bishop with headquarters at Frankfurt.