20th November 1970

20th November 1970
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Ethics In The Permissive Age

Moral anarchy reminder by the Cardinal BY A STAFF REPORTER D ECENT people were be - coming disgusted with the butchery of unborn babies in England and that was why the......

Pope, Warns U.n.

on birth control BY A ROME CORRESPONDENT Pip PE PAUL said on Monday that birth control must be left to individual couples without interference from governments or......

Duke Of Norfolk To Rest

THE Duke of Norfolk, who is Premier Dukc, Earl Marshal of England, and a leading Catholic layman, has suffered a slight heart strain and has cancelled all his official......

Holy Week Rites Approved

BY A STAFF REPORTER T HE English version of the Holy Week Rites and the Funeral Rite have been approved by the International Committee of English in the Liturgy. This was......

Mariology Talks Aid Dutch Ecumenism

BY A STAFF REPORTER E CUMENISM has progres sed in Holland through a dialogue centring on Mariology between Catholics and members of the C'alvinist Dutch Reformed Church. said......

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R.e. Emphasis Will Be Shifted Back To Parents

O NCE sufficient experience is gained, the responsibility for religious education would be shifted from teachers to parents. And the Hierarchy is to issue a statement 'before......

Haydn Mass In Honour Of St. Edmund

ONE of the great eighteenth cent u r y orchestral Masses — Haydn's Heilige Messe—will be sung liturgically at St. Edmund's Catholic Church, Bury St. Edmunds, on Sunday, for the......

Give Youth Deep Convictions

w E must pass on to young people not merely the formulas of religion. but deep convictions about good and evil, about the nature of God, about Christ and His Church, and about......

Church Sit-in Over Spain Trial

BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT YO UTHS staged a sit-in in a Jesuit Fathers' Church in Madrid last week in protest against the forthcoming court martial of 16 Basques, including two......

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Speedy Relief For East Pakistan Disaster Area

R ELIEF agencies of all denominations and nationalities are pouring in aid to cyclone-devastated East Pakistan, where half a million people are feared to have lost their lives.......

How They Will Spend Your Money

O NE of the organisations which will benefit from the CATHOLIC HERALD'S Christmas appeal, Help the Aged, has opened a special fund to help victims of the flood disaster in East......

Ecumenical Vigil In Cathedral

NEARLY 1,000 young people, mostly students, took part in an all-night Christian Aid vigil in Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, beginning with an ecumenical service in the crypt......

Day Of Deaconess 'drawing Near'

BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT T HE day of the deaconess was nearer than we thought, said Mgr. Michael Buckley on Sunday. Perhaps the twentieth century would see the Christian......

Dr Moorman Optimistic

A NGLICANS were hoping that some way could be found for their church to be in communion with Rome without losing its own identity, the Anglican Bishop Dr. J. R. H. Moorman, of......

Cardinal Died Penniless As He Wished

C ARDINAL Richard Cushing, noted for his ability to raise money for charity, was penniless when he died on November 2. "1 have no insurance, bank deposits, investments nor......