Page 1, 10th June 1983

10th June 1983
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Cafod Finds Hope In Famine-hit Ethiopia

Priority is to be given to rehabilitation and protection against future droughts by Martin Whitlock THERE is now good evidence to suggest that the enormous emergency aid......

Nun In Charge Of Anglicans

by Christopher Rails A CATHOLIC nun has joined the full-time staff of' an Anglican parish in South London, and is running the parish while the vicar is on holiday. Sr Mary Seane......

Inside

LECH WALESA (above) and his fellow Poles look forward to the Pope's return on Thursday. Alexander Tomsky examines the hopes for the visit. page 2 COURAGE on the rooftops......

Conscientious Objectors Get Support From British Bishops

Bishops offer asylum to S Africans by Christopher Howse THE CATHOLIC bishops of South Africa have received a guarantee of help from the bishops of England and Wales for any......

Poles Remember Violence By Police As Pope Expected

POLAND awaits the arrival of its own Pope next Thursday with one eye to the government, which is expected to begin trials of dissident leaders at any time. Cardinal Achille......

Bishop Agnellus Andrew Resigns

BISHOP Agnellus Andrew ()FM, Vice-president of the Pontifical Commission for Social Communications, has submitted his resignation to Pope John Paul. Bishop Andrew said he was......

Falkland Priest At Vatican

THE APOSTOLIC Prefect of the Falkland Islands Mgr Daniel Spraggon was received in private audience by Pope John Paul last week when he went to Rome to deliver in person his......

Rome Talks On Milingo

THE STRANGE case of Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo of Lusaka, who has spent a year and a half in Rome following controversy about his faith healing, seems to be a step closer to......

New Editor

Mr Terence Sheehy, Managing Editor of the Catholic Herald, has been appointed Editor. Mr Gerard Noel remains Editorial Director.......