K.B.S. KNIGHT DIRECTOR'S APPEAL The Knight Director appeals to all Knights, Handmaids and Pages of the Blessed Sacrament to wear their badges during September. as an act of reparation for the anti-God Congress.
WIMBLEDON 'Me Sisters of St. Anne, the Convent, Wimbledon, announce that the new home for invalid ladies is to be opened on September 29. The house is very modern in appointments and pleasantly situated, and accommodation is for between 20 and 30.
THE APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA
The International mApostleship of the Sea announces a congress to take place at Glasgow, between September 22 and 27, at which Mgr. Donald Mackintosh, Archbishop of Glasgow, will preside. Among the speakers are Bishop Dey, Fr. C. C. Martindale, Admirals Hornell and Joubert, and Mr. Compton McKenzie.
ALTAR BREAD MISSION CENTRE
The Carmelites of New ROSS earnestly appeal for help towards the upkeep of their Altar Bread Mission work. The Mission centre at New Ross has been sending out a regular supply of Altar Breads to the Foreign Missions for the past few years. The Breads are a very acceptable form of help to the struggling missionaries. who have OVCr and over again expressed their warmest appreciation and thanks for them. At present the work stands in urgent need of help. All offerings towards the Altar Bread Mission Fund will be gratefully received and acknowledged by the Mother Prioress, 0.D.C., Carmelite Monastery, New Ross, Co. Wexford.
CATHOLIC TEACHERS' GUILD The next meeting of the Catholic Teachers' Guild will be held at St. Patrick's, Soho Square, on Monday, October 3, at 6 p.m.
The address will be given by Dom Ignatius Rice, 0.S,13., M.A.
At the meeting which follows the conference the election of five members of the permanent council will take place.
Names of candidates for election must be sent to the general secretary, P. Theodore Williams, Esq., Gaveney House School, 523, Finchley Road, N.W.3, not later than September 15.
Each nomination must be backed by a proposer and a seconder, members of the Guild, and must be countersigned by the candidate as a guarantee that he or she will accept service if elected.
Al! Catholic teachers are cordially invited to attend the meeting, even if they are not yet members of the Guild.
C.Y.M.S., LONDON The fourteenth meeting of the London District Council of the C.Y.M.S. took place at Westminster branch on Sunday, September 4.
The final arrangements were made for the sports at Abbots Langley on Sunday, September 11, beginning at 3 p.m. The grounds of Breakspeare College have kindly bee* lent for Fr. Clement Mercer, S.D.S, All brothers in the London district are urged to attend and bring their friends.
It was also decided that a half-day retreat will be given by the Rev. Edward Scanlan at the shrine of Our Lady of Willesden, Nichol Road, Harlesden, on Sunday, October 9, at 3 p.m. Tea will be
served in St. Gerrard's Hall. All members invited.
Holloway branch will undertake the daily Mass for October.
SOUTHWARK CATHOLIC TRAVELLING MISSION Our engagements next weekend are:— Brighton: Catholic Truth Society Conference. Exhibition of the work of the Southwark Travelling Mission in the Royal Pavilion. Battle, Sussex: Services in the hopfields in this area.
ST. CHRISTOPHER'S CYCLING CLUB The St. C'hristopher's Catholic Cycling Club is to promote racing under the rules of the Road-Time Trials Council. Events will be held over various distances from 25 miles upwards for the St. Christopher's Club Championship. All Catholic cyclists are eligible for membership and are invited to write for details to the Hon. Secretary, 35, Devon Way, Heston, Middlesex.