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  2. These Religious were prisoners of the Chinese Reds!

    Showing the strain of their ordeal in Red prisons. Religious expelled by the Chinese communists arrive in Hong Kong. Picture at left shows Bishop Cleary (foreground) and Father A. Coppens leaving the train at Kowloon Station. Centre photo shows (left to right) Sisters Marie Germaine and Alphonse. Father Blanchi, O.F.M., and Bishop Ceol. O.F.M., arriving at the station. In the picture at the right, 29-years-old Father Marchesio and 40-years-old Father Novella rest at St. Francis' Hospital. See story below. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 90 words
  3. Australians Meet Expelled Nuns At Hong Kong Station

    THREE Australians,—a Columban nun and two members of the Grail—were present at Kowloon station. Hong Kong, to welcome the last two of the Canadian nuns recently released by ...

    Article : 576 words
  4. Colorful Scenes In Rome At Creation Of 24 New Cardinals

    ROME, January 12. — Twenty-four high-ranking members of the Catholic hierarchy, including three representatives of the British Commonwealth of Nations, were to-day created and proclaimed members ...

    Article : 514 words
  5. Primary Final Examination

    The results of the Primary Final Examination for students of Catholic schools in the ...

    Article : 113 words
  6. Canadian Prelate Congress Guest

    ANOTHER distinguished overseas prelate has accepted the invitation of His Eminence Cardinal Gilroy to be present at the National Eucharistic Congress to be held in Sydney next ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 126 words
  7. Dam Threatens Famous Abbey

    PARIS. — Pontigny Abbey, one of Frances' famous religious and historic shrines, is ...

    Article : 74 words

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