Page 2, 13th July 1973

13th July 1973
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In Brief

The Whitefriars Carmelite Community and friends of Whitefriars School at Charton Kings, Glocuestershire, last week celebrated the silver jubilee of the ordination of the......

Ipswich Schools Blueprint

Proposals for the reorganisation of Catholic education in Ipswich are being submitted this week. If they are accepted by the Suffolk Education Authority. or by the Department of......

Benedictine

nun's statue blessed Abbot Gilbert Jones, O.S.B., of St. Augustine's Abbey, Ramsgate, blessed and dedicated the new altar and figure of Christ in Judgment at evening Mass in St.......

Guard Against Church Vandals Proposed

From a Special Correspondent "It is to create a network of v isits in a parish which guarantees the church is never empty when it is open. Without this simple safeguard, alas,......

S.v.p. Holiday Camp Still A Big Draw After 40 Years

By F. C. Price This summer it will be exactly 40 years since the first holiday camp for Catholic boys was held at Scarborough, Yorkshire. It was sponsored jointly by the St.......

Lawyer Becomes K.c.s.g.

One of the best known Catholic lawyers in this country has been made a Knight Cornmander of the Order of St. Gregory. Pope Paul has awarded him this honour in recognition of......

Carmelites Receive Lay Dominicans

I he English Provincial President of the Lay Dominicans. Mr. Bernard Spice, stressed last weekend at their annual conference at Carnegie College, Leeds. the urgent needs of the......

Mr. Green's Award

The Pro Ecelesia et Pontifice has been presented to Mr. John Green (right), Headmaster for the past 30 years of the Sacred Heart Primary School, Ruislip, Middlesex, who retires......

Road To Respect

BY R. P Walsh A Kent reader expressed in the Catholic Herald of June 22, his dismay at Sir Keith Joseph's "policy of bringing in subsidised contraceptives on the National Health......

Bishop Helps Leeds Shelter

Bishop Wheeler of Leeds has donated £1,000 towards establishing the new St. Anne's Day Shelter which is being opened in a former works canteen in Bingley Street. Leeds, within......

Keith Joseph Voted Against Abortion Bill

Sir Keith Joseph, Secretary of State for Social Services, said last week he had voted against the Abortion Bill. Answering a question at the annual general meeting of the......

Jailed Speaker Replaced

Christian Action has had to make last-minute changes to the programme of its conference on Law, Order and Social Justice which is being held at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge,......

Plan To Reorganise But Pledge To Maintain Presence

From A Special Correspondent A new pattern for the reorganisation of the northern seminaries is revealed in a special statement issued by the Bishops of the Northern Province......