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Diocesan Magazine Vol. III. SEPTEMBER, 1904. No. 7. LLANDAFF CATHEDRAL. DIOCESE OF LLANDAFF. Canon in Residence— October, November, December, 1904: The Rev. Canon Griffith. Services. SUNDAY. Holy Communion at 8 a.m., and fortnightly and on Great Festivals at Mid-day. Matins and Sermon at 11 a.m. f|pf< Litany, on alternate Sundays, at Mid-day or at 3 p.m. Evensong and Sermon at 3.30 p.m. WEEK-DAYS. Matins at 8 a.m., from Ash Wednesday to September 30th. „ at 10 a.m. from Oct. 1st to Ash Wed¬ nesday. „ at ii a.m. on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Holy Days. Evensong (Choral) at 6 p.m. HOLY DAYS. Holy Communion, Ash Wednesday to St. Luke's Day, at 8 a.m. „ St. Luke's Day to Ash Wednesday, at 8.30 a.m. Matins at 11 a.m. Evensong at 6 p.m. Ecclesiastical Intelligence. 1904. July 26. 26. Licenses to Curacies. Rev. George Morganwg William Thomas Jenkins, to St. Athan, near Cardiff. Rev. David Jones, B.A., to Mynydd- islwyn. July 26. Mr. James Young Cable, License as Reader for the Parish of St. Theo¬ dore, Port Talbot. „ 26. Miss Mary Cordelia Howell, License as Lay Worker for the Parishes of Llandough, Leckwith, and Cogan. License for Divine Service and Celebration of Holy Communion. Aug. 15. St. Mary's Enlarged Church, Crumlin, Parish of Penmaen, Mon. Sept. 5. St. Cynon's (Iron) Church, Ynys- cynon, in the Parish of St. Andrew, Llwynypia, Glam. Churches Licensed for Marriages. Special Services and Collections during the months of October, November, and December, 1904:— Qft. Nov, Dec. 30. 20. 30. 4- 18. Harvest Festival. Llandaff National Schools Building Fund. Church Defence Committee (Dio¬ cesan Branch). Missions to Seamen. St. Andrew's Day. Intercession for Missions. Llandaff Yard Services. Clergy Pensions Fnnd. June 17. St. John's Church, Nelson, in the Parish of Llanfabon. 18. St. Mary's Church, Crumlin, Parish of Penmaen. Aug. A General Ordination will be held in Llandaff Cathedral on Sunday, September 25th. The Examination will commence on Monday, September 12th, at 2 p.m., at Llandaff. The Ordination will probably be the largest ever held in this Diocese, there being 16 candidates for Deacon's Orders and 24 for Priest's Orders; and in addi¬ tion the Bishop will examine and ordain three candidates for the Bishop of St. David's.