Ci t Gibraltar cathedral. Bishop Richard Fitzgerald officiated.
Nearly E70 has been raised for is testimonial. in recognition of his four yea's' service, at St. Ethelberes, Slough, to the Rev. Fr, J. S. Bull, who is leaving to take up an appointment as assistant priest at Wymondham, Norwich.
tip to 1250 has been donated In four yews by annual sports prizewinners at Franborough Salesian College, the money, which would normally have been theirs as prizes, having gone to various charities. This year £25 went to the Red Crowe.
Aged 79, Mr. J. A. Morgan, well.known solicitor of Stoke-on-Trent, has died at Blythe Bridge. He was head of the firm of Catholic so4citors, Messrs. Young and Co., of Longton, and acted for Oulton Abbey, as also for several Catholic bishops on special matters.
Two hundred members of the U.S.A.A.F. made a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of, Walsiegharn in the Slipper Chapel, Walsingharn, nts Thursday week and attended Mass, said in the presence of the Bishop of Northampton in the Slipper Chapel meadow. During the pilgrimage, the Bishop corifirined an English W.A.A.F.
Mr. David Barry, until recently Masser of Ceremonies at St. l' Mary's, Merthyr Tydtil, died at his home on June 9, at the age of 68. Starting as an altar server at the age of 11, Mr. Barry was presented in 1938 with the gold medal Pro Ecelesia et Posit//ice and scroll signed by His Holiness Pope Pius Xl.
The Bishop of Portsmouth recently blessed a new C.W.L. canteen and hostel for H.M. and Allied Forces at 2, Rockstorie Place, Southampton. It is open from 10.30 a.m. till 10 p.m., with sleeping accommodation for 15 men. Plans for social amenities are in hand. but there is a great need for books for the library, particularly thrillers and
fl G. D. Cunningham, City organist Mr is t of Birmingham, was given the honorary degree of Doctor of Music at a Congregation of Birmingham University, last Saturday. the lost Doctor of Music degree cser conferred by the University. Dr. Cunningham. who is a Catholic, was organist at the Alexandra Palace foe 17 years before corning to Birmingham.