25th September 1970

25th September 1970
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'make Unity Efforts Daily Bread'

Vatican guidelines on ecumenical dialogues FROM A ROME CORRESPONDENT N EW guidelines for ecumenical dialogues between Catholics and other Christians were issued last week by......

Ecumenical Mission For North Plan

A N ecumenical mission in the northern counties of England is planned for Holy Week in 1972. It is the idea of the Anglican Archbishop of York, Dr. Cogan, and has been welcomed......

Auberon Waugh In The Herald

IN the CA1 H01,1( HERALD next week we begin publication of the first of a series of interviews that Auberon Waugh, the novelist and political writer, has conducted with leading......

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Strong Sense Of Shortcomings

FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT A DISCREET call of "Power to the People" was the message that emerged from the Concititorr Congress of Theologians in Brussels. which came to an......

Nixon Will Meet Pope Next Week

FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT PRESIDENT Nixon will leave Washington on Sunday for an eight-day European tour which will include an audience with Pope Paul. an inspection of......

Students Boycott Barclays Bank

T HE Student Christian Movement of Great Britain and Ireland is to withdraw its account from Barclays Bank, because of the involvement of Barclays in financing the Cabora Bassa......

Rome Urged To Break Relations With Brazil

FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT T HE vice-provincial of the Oblate Fathers in Recife, Brazil, has urged the Vatican to withdraw the Apostolic Nuncio and sever diplomatic relations......

Bishop Is Cleared Of War Crime

T HE Munich Prosecutor has closed the war crimes investigation on Bishop Defregger, Auxiliary for Munich, and dropped the case, judicial authorities announced last week. A......

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Mixed Reception For Nixon Visit

"O FFICIAL and sentimental" is how the visit to Ireland on October 3 of the United States Presiilent, Mr. Nixon, and Mrs. Nixon has been described by White House sources. Put in......

Fr. Mccabe Makes A Comeback

O UT like a lamb and back like a lion could well summarise the return of Fr. Herbert McCabe, 0.P., to the editorial chair of New Black f riars, the monthly journal from which he......

'mgr. David' Honoured

mark his 25 years as rec tor of the English College, Valladolid, Spain, Mgr. David Greenstock has been appointed a Protonotary Apostolic, the highest honour that cen be held by......

Timelessness Of Children's Art

by PAULA DAVIES HOW would you like jelly moulds after Matisse, or soap a la Barbara Hepworth? Perhaps a bar of Mondrian milk chocolate might appeal, or paper towels printed......

Poor Boys' Friend

A MAN who wished to devote all his "non-working, waking hours" to helping the poor boys of south-east London was laid to rest on Tuesday in Forest Hill Old Cemetery, within two......

Sponsored Hitch-hike

C HRISTOPHER YOUNG, an Aberdeen student who set out three months ago on a sponsored hitch-hike to India, is now on the return leg of his 24,000-mile journey. He has to be back......

Final Vows By Dolores Hart

R EAL life caught up with make-believe this week when Dolores Hart, former blonde, blue-eyed film star, took her final vows as a Benedictine nun with the Regina Laudis Community......

Canon's 'reply To Allegro

W HEN Professor John Allegro's attack on the foundations of the Christian religion was published in May this year under the title The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross, it was......

Home Among Friends

d ThNE of the most gracious and practical ways of saying thank you to a retired priest must be the initiative of the Westminster Archdiocese in providing Canon Leo Ward with a......

Difficulties Of Preaching Today

A FIVE-DAY Festival of Preaching last week at York Universityl, organised by the College of Preachers, was attended by about 400 bishops, clergy and laity, chiefly Anglican.......

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The Jordan Tragedy

T HE great tragedy of the Middle East crisis is that Jordan should be the victim of the confusion and aggression that mark the whole deplorable muddle. For Jordan under Hussein......

Amid The Howls And Trivia A Real Poet

By Elizabeth Jennings FOR the last fifteen years. English poetry has been living on the reputations of four poets. Philip Larkin, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath (Ted Hughes's wife......

Britain Expects A Positive Lead

by Norman St. John Stevas B ACK from holiday this week after three weeks spent in Greece, I want to take a reasonably impartial and detached look at the British political......

Reflection

by John F. X. Harriott, S.J. Feeling worthless (4) AMEDIOCRE cricketer usually plays his strokes with an air of hurried improvisation. He looks under pressure. A great......

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Hierarchy's Silence On Renewal Movement's Tactics

W ITH the Catholic Priests Association (Sept. 18), I. too. would humbly call upon the Hierarchy to "repudiate in the most emphatic manner" the arrogance of the Catholic Renewal......

Freedom, Teeth And Water

H AVING fought an eighteen-year-long battle for my four children's teeth. I sympathise with Paula Davies's worries iSept. 18). Nevertheless, having studied the problem as......

Tridentine

Mass report heartening M AY I congratulate you on your exzellent and moving account last week of the Tridentine Mass celebrated at the Carmelite Church. Kensington. Ott......

Bishop's Remarks On Pop Festival

I N his long experience with newspapers, Father Whatmore will appreciate that bishop Worlock was not responsible for the headline "Bishop's parallel between Lourdes and Pop......

A Reluctant

convert to new liturgy I AMA) s feel concerned when I read letters such as the one from Anne Protherough (September I I). They invariably give one the impression that the Mass......

Apartheid And 'moral Debate'

IAM emend by the Rev. Ede ard I.. King's naivete when he asserts (September 4) there is "a moral debate going on in South Africa. There was a moral debate going on in Germany......

Peru Appeal: How Your Money Helped Quake Victims

I )LEASE Mid enclosed our official acknowledgement for £3,500. being the very welcome sum raised by the CATtiot.ic HERALD appeal for our work in Peru. I have delayed......

Question And Answer

Conducted by Fr. JOHN SYMON Nurses and abortions Question—What are Catholic nurses allowed to do by way of co-operating in an abortion operation? Is there an official Church......

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A Sensational But

true-to-reality Catholic classic by Mgr. JOHN M. T. BARTON Come Rack! Come Rope! by Robert Hugh Benson (Catholic Publishing Company. London 10s.) T HIS is the fourth and last......

A Valuable Stocktaking On Christian Education By Malachy...

Do We Go From Here? by Rosemary Houghton (Geoffrey Chapman 25s) THE subtitle of this book describes it precisely :. "A family stocktaking on Christian education." Its core......

Symposium On Teilhard's Thought

By Fr. JEAN CHARLES-ROUX Tenant Reassessed edited by Anthony Hanson (Darton, Longman and Todd 42s.) T FILHARD, it is admitted, is a particularly difficult man to tit into a......

When All Ireland Mourned

I Die In A Good Cause by Sean 0 Luing (Anvil Books I Os. 6d.) Let me carry your cross for Ireland, Lord The hour of her trial draws near T HESE were the prophetic lines of......

The Imprint That Cromwell Left Behind Him

By H. MONTGOMERY HYDE God's Englishman Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution by Christopher Hill (Weidenfeld & Nicolson 50s.) I N 1958, the present Master of Baliol wrote......

Revised Rite For Christenings

The Rite of Baptism for Children with introduction and commentary by Edward Varnold, S.J. (St. Paul Publications) erlilS pamphlet presents the "new rite" of Baptism with a......

New Novels

by DONAL GILTINAN Passenger to Frankfurt by Agatha Christie (Collins 253.1 Inspector Ghote Breaks an Egg by H. R. F. Keating (Collins Crime Club 25s.) IT is no small......

Bookshelf

Fidel Castro Speaks (Allen Lane. Penguin Press). 70s, Martin Kenner and James Potras have edited the Cuban leader's speeches. selecting those which they feel most clearly define......

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Requiem For Mauriac

A WARM tribute to the writer. Francois Mauriac. the French Academician and Nobel Prize winner who died on September I aged 84, was paid by Pope Paul in a message to his family.......

Laughter Is A Tricky Business

NEW comedy prograrrin 'and refurbished versions of past successes, are appearing all over our screens at this time of year like so many green shoots popping up when winter's......

Two American Anti-war Comedies

I ONCi ago, before the last war. I used to think one of the most striking things about the United States was the number of films it allowed to be made and exported which gave a......

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Professional And Volunteer Conflict Or Cooperation

T HIRTY religious congreeations and many local authorities were represented last week at a three-clay stud y-conforencc at Hopwood Hall, Middleton, Manchester. or g anised by......

Jesuit College's Centenary

T HE Jesuit College of St. Aloysius, Preston. celebrated its centenary last week. The rector, Fr. Thomas MiddIehurst, S.J.. and the headmaster, Fr. Richard Wren. S.J........

Obituary

Mr. Austin Gerald Comyn King, a governor of Stanyhurst College and a member of the Clifton diocese finance committee, in Bath. aged 63. He was educated at Stonyhurst, And played......

Five Sisters Of Charity Of Jesus And Mary Of The

Anglo Irish Province celebrated their golden jubilee in theft profession recently at Roxley Court, Letchworth, Herts. Left to right Sister Giuseppe. Sister Kieran, Sister......