Page 8, 11th March 1949

11th March 1949
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Irish News Letter

This Is No Time For Neutrality SAYS IRISH PRIMATE By the EARL OF WICKLOW In happier times the Lenten Pastorals of the Bishops tend to be more of local interest, but this year......

Connolly Clubs Recruit For Communism "

Dr. Browne, Bishop of Galway, accuses the Connolly Association of London and the Connolly Clubs in Britain of tryin g to make recruits for Russian Communism in a letter sent to......

Listen To This

ST. PATRICK'S WAY: SUM Denton visits places traditionally associated with St. Patrick in Northern Ireland, and meets the local people, Thurs., Mar. 17, 9.30 p.m, Northern......

No Second Choice Of Schools

From Our Own Correspondent BIRMINGHAM. Parents may choose the school their children are to attend, but may only choose once—such appears to be the view of the Birmingham......

Barred The U.s.s.r.

Fr. Antonio Laberge, only American priest stationed In Moscow, who has been refused permission to return from the U.S., where he is on leave.......

"uncles And Aunts

Wanted"-BISHOP CRAVEN By a Staff Reporter The Home Secretary and the two Anglican Archbishops heard a. vigorous restatement of the positive Catholic approach to the problem of......

Let's Get For Action

—Says Baptist At Catholic Meeting By a Stall Reporter A demand by a Baptist minister for united Christian action a g ainst the persecution of religion in Eastern Europe was made......

Together

tions for another hour from members of all parties, including the Communists, and people of many denominations. A popular feature of the Guild of the Blessed Sacrament's work in......