Page 3, 11th April 1997

11th April 1997
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'hope' For Inner City Schools

BY JOE JENKINS THE PLIGHT OF the deprived inner city Catholic secondary school is not all doom and gloom, according to the findings of a report published today by the hierarchy......

'guinea Pig' Charter Passed

BY ANTHONY BRIELE A NEW EUROPEAN convention, which will allow medical research to be conducted on people who cannot consent to it, was signed last week by members of the Council......

Competition Winners Congratulations To The Winners Of Our...

They are Joe Kemble, Cardiff; Patricia O'Boyle, Dunfermline; Claire O'Halloran, Cork; G Vieri, Liverpool and Sr Anne Lohan, Bradford. Each wins a copy of Zeffirelli'sfesus of......

Muslims Back Winning

BY ANTHONY BRIFT F THE PRO-LIFE group Muslim Aid last week donated £5,000 to Cardinal Winning's fund to help pregnant women under pressure to have an abortion. Dr Majiid Katme,......

Anglicans Succour Mourning Catholics

By A STAFF REPORTER THE ANGLICAN Church this week made the parish church of St Mary and All Saints, Kidderminster available to the Catholic community for the funeral service of......

News In Brief

Organ Restored AN ORGAN played by the poet Milton and heard by Oliver Cromwell has been returned to Tewkesbury Abbey after a £500,000 restoration. The 17th-century organ will be......

Churches Call For Minimum Wage

BY JOE JENIUNS MARKET FORCES and democracy have failed Britain's poor and nurtured unemployment, according to a joint church report launched this week. The report tipped by the......

Ninian A 'joy'

MUCH LAUDED Catholic composer James MacMillan's latest clarinet concerto Ninian received rapturous reviews after its Radio 3 premiere on Friday night, writes Damian Arnold. The......

Arson Strikes Ulster Churches

BY LYNNE THORABIE ONE CATHOLIC Church was destroyed and a second one badly damaged by fires believed to have been started deliberately in Northern Ireland early on Saturday......

Catholic Women Gather

BY PIERS MCGRANDLE THE NATIONAL Board of Catholic Women held its second national conference in Durham last weekend. The issue of violence and related topics dominated. The role......