Page 5, 12th July 1963

12th July 1963
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Impressive Activity By Bolton's Workers

T HE Bolton Catholic Workers' Group. which celebrates its silver jubilee this month, has produced a record of its impressive range of activities over the past 25 years. The......

Immigrants' Council Reconstructed

T HE Hierarchy of England and Wales have reconstructed the Bishops Committee for Immigrants, and this will now be known as the National Council of Migration (Chairman: Bishop......

Anglican Mayor's `thank You' Visit

T HE Mayor of Beceles (Suffolk), Mr. E. G. Gilbert, an Anglican, is to pay a civic visit to the local Catholic church of St. Benet's on August 11, when Abbot Butler of Downside......

`reluctant Teachers' Speak Out

N article which Archbishop Heenan of Liverpool wrote for t he Catholic Teachers' Journal on the faults of Catholic Education has produced the heaviest post-bag in the five-year......

Registrar Jobs : Too Much Work

Catholic Herald Correspondent C ATHOLIC priests in the Cardiff archdiocese have not taken up the duties of registrars because of the extra work involved. "Priests must be......

Bigger Church For Addiscombe

Catholic Herald Reporter W ORK is expected to begin in August on a new £50,000 church for Addiscombe, Surrey. Built in Cruciform shape, to bring the congregation nearer the......

3,000 At Martyrs Rally

From Peter Okell BLACKBURN. I T is estimated that over 3,000 people attended the Martyrs Rally at Stonyhurst on Sunday, which at one time seemed likely to be rained off, But......

New Look Home For 40 Handicapped Girls

Catholic Herald Reporter T HE Dominican Sisters at Stroud, Glos., are doing a new look operation on their residential school for heavily handicapped girls. At a cost of some......

In Brief . .

OLDEST PARISHIONERS of the Church of Our Lady and All Saints. Otley, Yorks, Mr. and Mrs. John Rafferty. celebrated their diamond wedding on Thursday, when the parish priest. Fr.......

Ministry Backs Priest's Fight

Catholic Herald Correspondent T HE Ministry of Housing and Local Government has backed Fr. John Clayton in his fight against neighbours and local councillors who tried to stop......

Prisoners' New Chapel Consecrated At Lewes

From G. A. Chester B ISHOP COWDEROY of Southwark consecrated a brand new Catholic chapel inside the 20 ft. high walls of Lewes Prison last week. Prisoners in various parts of......

Chichester Jubilee

Fr. C. F. Crawford, who was for 20 years parish priest of St. Richard's. Chichester, celebrates his golden jubilee in the priesthood tomorrow (Saturday), and parishioners have......

Industrial Round-up By Hugh Kay

PICKING WORKERS' BRAINS TALK about giving workers a share in management, and someone is sure to reply that the workers don't know enough. or are too interested in the price of......

!going Away

• - For the mesa Iwo months or so, many readers will be holidaying in Ireland. Guide books and the various travel organisations will provide ample tourist literature, but so......