Page 10, 13th June 1975

13th June 1975
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Page 10, 13th June 1975
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Referendum

C rumbs by KEVIN McNAMARA THERE WERE one or two crumbs of comfort. The Yes vote was not an absolute majority of the electorate. The Noes and abstentions comprised more than 50......

Charterhouse Chronicle

Prisoners on parade ii I I: questionable criticism to which one may he prone that no practical pointers for coping I with the world's problems Come from high ecclesial echelons......

Bishops' Engagements

Cardinal Heenan of Westminster Friday. Artelids CarT e n e n wee l t h S er y jce , Westminster Abbey 11 Saturday: Service of Royal Sshoel of Church Music Catheettal, 4.30......

Dominican's Anglican Post

Fr John Maguire, an American Dominican, became the first Catholic priest to join the staff of an Anglican cathedral when he came to Coventry this week. Fr Maguire will be taking......

Clergy Outshone By Mayor

LAST Sunday Cardinal Hee nan went to St DOminie's, Haverstock Hill, to concelebrate the Inaugural Mass for the new Mayor of Camden, Councillor Bernard Taylor. The new Mayor is......

Call To Volunteer For Frontier

At the beginning of this year, Fr Gerard Clenaghan, OW, director of Frontier Apostolate, rushed into Charterhouse Street on his way back home to Canada. Although born in......

Cistercian Oblate At 86

THE AUTHOR and artist Peter F. Anson, who is nearing his 86th birthday, moved house this week from Caldey Island, off Wales, to settle with the Cistercians as an oblate at......

Ecumenical Broadcast

A programme on the Corrymeela ecumenical centre in Northern Ireland is to be broadcast on BBC2 television on Monday evening, to be repeated the following Saturday afternoon at......

Obituary

Fr Celestine Gregory, OP, in Sunderland, aged 72, after several years' illness. He was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, and went to St Cuthbert's Grammar School. After the 1914-18......