Page 7, 20th September 1957

20th September 1957
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Page 7, 20th September 1957 — U.C.S. TO BE STRONGER

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MOST of the universities of Great Britain and some overseas were represented among the 130 students who last week attended a Summer School at Shanklin, Isle of Wight, for representatives of Catholic student organisations in the universities.

A decision was taken to alter the structure of the Union of Catholic Students by placing a fully representative assembly at the centre of its government in place of an AGM and an elective council of 12 people.

The aim is " to link Catholic students into a stronger, more vital body, sensitive to national and local movements, which can take a new offensive to bring Christ into the University, the centre of national thought."

The theme "Catholics and Protestants" was studied in a series of lectures and discussions in which Fr. Henry St. John, 0.P., Fr. Kenneth Allan of the Catholic Enquiry Centre, Mr. Edmund Rich a former Anglican Canon, and Dr. Scarisbrick, assistant lecturer in history at Queen Mary College, London, took part.

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