There was a solemn requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Cardinal Bourne at Westminster Cathedral on Monday last, on the occasion of the third anniversary of his death. The Mass was sung, and the absolution given, by Mgr. Canon Jackman, who was the Cardinal's secretary from 1902 to 1926, and accompanied him to two Conclaves in Rome.
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7th January 1938
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Cardinal Bourne's Anniversary
Keywords: Death Customs, Christianity, Prayer, Human Behavior, Absolution Of The Dead, Catholic Liturgy, Ceremonies, Requiems, Francis Bourne, Westminster Cathedral, Cardinal, Absolution, Human Interest
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