Page 5, 11th August 1978

11th August 1978
Page 5
Page 5, 11th August 1978
Close

Black Culture Centre In Financial Difficulties

Exclusive by John Carey An arts centre set up in London four years ago to promote black culture in Britain may have to fold up because of a lack of adequate financial support.......

Ladbrokes Regret But Carry On Taking Bets

by David Browne Ladbrokes, the Londonbased bookmakers, were this week apologetic but unrepentant about taking bets on who would be the successor to Pope Paul. They opened a book......

Rees Attends Pope's Funeral

Mr Merlyn Rees, the Home Secretary will represent the British Government at the funeral of Pope Paul which will take place in Rome at 5 p.m. on Saturday. The 115 Cardinals who......

Bcc Pledge Against Racialism

More than 200,000 signatures have been received by the Community and Race Relations Unit of the British Council of Churches, pledging commitment to a society freed from......

Act Brings Help To Homeless

A new Act introduced last year to help the homeless has brought real benefits to some of the poorest and most disadvantaged people in British society, according to the Joint......

Anglicans Delay On Women Priests

Whatever the outcome of the Lambeth Conference on the question of the ordination of women, there is no chance of the Church of England having women priests for about five years.......

Amend Abortion Act Call

If the Abortion Act has ' to exist it should be amended to give the father proper rights over the life of the unborn child. according to the Guild of Catholic Doctors. In an......

African Bishops Warn Of 'bloodbath

BISHOPS from all over Africa, who met for a week's conference in Kenya, have issued a statement accusing foreign powers of turning Africa into a world battleground by taking......

One Irish Student In Seven Lapses

ONE STUDENT in seven brought up in the Catholic Faith in Ireland had left the Church by the time they reached university, according to a survey carried out for the Catholic......

Muggeridge On 'crisis Of West'

THE ENCYCLICAL Humanae Vitae has something important to say to the "decaying civilisation" in which we live, according to Malcolm Muggeridge. He said at a symposium in San......

Chilean Lawyers Trace The Missing

MORE THAN 100 lawyers in Chile have rejected a government claim that it could not help to find missing people because they assumed false names. In a statement released to the......

Svp £12,400 In Aid To Third World

MEMBERS of the Society of St Vincent de Paul have given more than £12,400 in disaster relief to the Third World this year alone. The majority of the money £ 10,000 — has been......

Anglican Advisor On Exorcism

THE Anglican Bishop of London, Dr Gerald Ellison, has a new adviser on exorcism. The Rev Alan Harrison, chairman of the Exorcism Study Group, takes over as principal Advisor on......