We publish a statement about the dismissal of certain Catholic teachers from a school in Bradford, which appeared 'originally in the columns of The Schoolmaster, and has since been widely circulated
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'HE proceedings in the House
IF of Commons on Friday afternoon in last week were somewhat promiscuous. The volun-teering of Father Simon Knapp, the Carmelite, for service NEW SERIES. VOL.
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IRELAND AND THE QUEEN.
WITH that instinct for doing the right thing at the right moment which is the most royal of royal gifts, the QUEEN recently announced her inten-tion of visiting Irela
WIDE publicity is being given throughout the country to an article which originally appeared in The Schoolmaster, and purports to give a fair presentment of the circumstances under which Sr. Mary's B
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BY A FRENCH CATHOLIC.
The occasion of the election by the Chamber of Deputies of five of its members to form a Labour Commission has been the means of bringing to light the anarchy prevaili
Dr. James Murray and his assistants in that great but slowly-moving enterprise, the " New English Dictionary," ought to keep themselves carefully aloof from all theological party spirit. They have ha
EPISCOPAL REGISTERS OF THE DIOCESE OF
The Register of John de Grandisson, Dish°, of Exeter (A.D.
1327.1369). Part III. By the REV. F. C. HINGESTON- RANDOI.PH, M.
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
Sunday, April I, sgoo.
ON Sunday last his Holiness assisted at a THE sitting of the Congregation of Rites, On VATICAN. Monday he gran
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The Dublin Corporation and the Address to the Queen.—Mr.
Harrington has not resigned his place on the Dublin Corpora. tion, but he has persisted in doing what he could to deprive the addres
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THE HOLY YEAR.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE TABLET.
SIR,—With all due respect to the Catholic body it seems to me that we are not appreciating as we should the graces that are to be obtai
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LF.T PERS FROM KIMBERLEY.
We give below some extracts from letters received by the Rev. Mother-General, Nazareth House, Hammersmith : THE NUNS AND THE WOUNDED.
I hope our long let
DR. ST. GEORGE MIVART.
We regret to have to record the death of Dr. St. George Mivart, which took place suddenly at his residence in Inverness-terrace on Sunday, at the age of 73. It is unn
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The agitation of the question of Catholic chaplains for the Navy recalls Macaulay's defence of the Indian Government's payment of a small sum to the priests who ministered to the wants of Irish soldi
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In consequence of a cold caught last week CARDINAL VAUGHAN has been confined to his room for some days.
A marriage is arranged between MR. JUSTICE DAY and Mist WESTBY, of 50, Rutland Gate.<
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THE FORTY HOURS' PRAYER IN LONDON. — Palm Sunday, April 8 : St. Monica's Priory, Hoxton-square ; Holy Trinity, Parker's-row, Bermondsey.
ORDINATIONS AT ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY, WONERSH.—On Saturday, March 31, at St. John's Seminary, Guildford, the Bishop of Southwark raised the following to Orders : Priesthood.—Charles Donovan (St; John's
A PASSIONTIDE PASTORAL.—The Bishop of Birmingham, who iS in Rome, addresses from the Flaminian Gate a pastoral for Passion SundaY to the clergy and laity of his diocese :
During the last fe
PONTIFICAL MASS OF REQUIEM • FOR SOLDIERS SLAIN IN BATTLE.—A Solemn Pontifical Requiem Mass, in memory of the soldiers who have fallen during the war, was sung in the Cathedral, Plymouth, on Monday.
EDUCATIONAL WORK IN THE DIOCESE.—The Very Rev. Can°, Richardson of St. Augustine's, Granby-row, Manchester, has presented to the Bishop his Annual Report on the religious inspection of the diocese. A