Page 1, 10th April 1981

10th April 1981
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Irish Teenagers Forced On To The Streets Of London

Youngsters left homeless by the jobs squeeze by Christopher Howse THE PLIGHT of youngsters, many below school leaving age, left homeless on the streets of London, has been made......

Pill Ruling Doctors May Face Charges

DOCTORS who prescribe contraceptives to girls under 16 may well be breaking the law. a declaration by a Crown legal officer in Scotland suggests. Both in England and Scotland it......

Lourdes Congress Bookings 'dreadful'

THE LOURDES Eucharistic Congress, now only three months away, is still failing to attract widespread interest, and less than a quarter of England's 2.000 allocated places have......

Nationality Bill 'on Shaky Ground'

THE GOVERNMENT is "on shaky ground in using the 1968 Commonwealth Immigrants Act to justify the most controversial provisions of the present Nationality Bill. the Catholic......

Sr Wilfred Sweeps In £100,000

A NUN at a Surrey school for educationally sub-normal boys has won £100.000 . in the Irish Hospitals' Sweepstake on the Grand National. Sister Wilfrid. superintendent at St......

Diversity Of Unities

THE UNITARIAN Church has run into trouble since the High Court verdict which found against the Moonies in a libel , case. The Unitarians are being I confused by sonic people......

John Ryan High Speed

habits BENEDICTINE nuns near Lake Erie, Pennsylvania, have struck natural gas in the grounds of their convent. In spite of the sceptics, they gambled all their £45,600 capital......

The Herald Says

THERE is a danger, growing in probability as the days go by, that the Catholic community of England and Wales will miss the opportunity of playing its full part in the......