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" Catholic dissensions in Canada." The recent decisions of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council —what they mean and whom they concern (p. 624). The official translation of the. Letter which ha
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WAR ON THE WESTERN ONTINUOUS rain has lately been
FRONT : THE a heavy handicap to the BRITISH LINE. ifritish troops, and made anything like a general offensive impossible. Nevertheless on S
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PROTRACTED litigation in regard to the language question in certain Catholic schools in Ontario has now been finally settled by the decision of the highest
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WHEN an Anglican, of the most • advanced type, challenges us to tell him the exact date at which the Church of England ceased to be in communion with the Pope, our first feeling is one of surprise. I
During the debate on the Bill for increasing the pay of the Royal Irish Cons,tabulary and the Dublin Metro-politan Police, a curious fact was revealed about the attitude of the Government towards sec
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As our readers are already aware, the new number of the Dublin Review contains an important Biblical paper in Father Pope's annotated translation of the Penitential Psalms. And the- first glance at t
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A FRENCH CHAPLAIN AND THE ENGLISH SOLDIERS.
The Abbe Saillard, senior French chaplain at Verdun, who has been awarded the Croix de Guerre and the Legion of Honour, having had an opportunity
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THE CARDINAL'S ENGAGEMENTS.
Sunday, November 12 : St. Mary's, Clapham, preaches, 7. Wednesday, November 15 : Edmund's College, sings First Vespers.
THE UNRETURNING BRAVE.-By special permission of the Holy See, a Requiem Mass was celebrated in the churches of the diocese on Sunday for those who have fallen in the war. In St. George's Cathedral, t
TORQUAY : PROVOST POOLE'S SUCCESSOR.—The Very Rev. Canon Higgins, for many years chaplain of the Canonesses Regular at St. Augustine's Priory, Abbotsleigh, near Newton Abbot, bas been appointed recto
MISSION. AT SENGHENYDD.—The first Mission since the Re-formation given in Senghenydd (Glamorgan) was brought to a conclusion on Sunday el,ening in the Church of the Holy Souls, with the renewal of Ba
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The assistance of every Catholic is especially re-quested for this great and important undertaking.
THE object of the Council is the erection of
Recreation Huts for Soldiers and Sailors, and wherever possible these Huts will be placed in permanent camps. They will be substantially built,
N order to raise sufficient funds for this object,
it is proposed to hold a Flag Day Collection throughout England and Wales on certain Sundays outside the Catholic Churches, and in all Con
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His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster.
E. A. O'Bryen, Esq., J.?. Mayor of Hampstead.
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BRETTARGH.—On the 5th November, at Doddin Green, Kendal, the Rev. Henry Brettargh, in his 92nd year. R.I.P.
H LIBER.—On November ist, at Bayswater. Clorinda, wife of Marti
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Friday, October 27, 1916.
ROMAN COLLEGES IN 1916-17.
This week all the ecclesiastical colleges of Rome are back from their summer resorts, b
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The Bishop of Cork and the Rerum Novarum.—This being the twenty-fifth anniversary of the publication of the " Rerum Novarum," the Most Rev. Dr. Colahan, Bishop of Cork, and for many years Professor o
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have just noticed a letter in your Awspaper headed " Vestments for Poor Missions," and signed " Servant of the Poor Missi
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Second-Lieut. A. J. Cuningham, London Regiment, who fell in action on September 15, was born in Clonmel, co. Tipperary, in 189o, and was educated at St. Mary's Preparatory College, Waterford, the Hig
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The Right Rev. Robert Brindle, D.D., ,D.S.O., Bishop of Nottingham, who died June 27th at Mount St. Mary's College, Sheffield, left estate of the gross value of £2,25
MR. PAUL STRICKLAND.
We regret to announce the death of Mr. Paul Strickland, who died on Tuesday, October 31, at Plumstead, after a brief illness. He will be much regretted by .many friends
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The Cardinal Archbishop has returned to London from a visit to the Catholics on those ships in the Grand Fleet which he had been unable to visit in August. In addition to several short addresses, His