Page 10, 13th September 1963

13th September 1963
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Ucs Unrest Over Ri In Schools

From a Special Correspondent "C ONSIDERABLE unrest" at what was called "the lack of sound religious educa tion in grammar schools" both from an academic and a religious......

Priest Appointed To Strike Inquiry

The N. Rhodesian Government has appointed a Jesuit. Fr. Kevin Quinn, to a two-man Committee of Inquiry to study grievances of teachers in the country's Copperbelt. Several......

Dr. Heenan

Continued from Page 1 personality and we have a very good Archbishop of Westminster. "Having known Archbishop Heenan and worked with him for Many years I am personally delighted......

Church Not Softening Over Communism

POPE PAUL CASTELGANDOLFO. pOPE PAUL declared at the weekend that the Church had not changed its opinion about the contagious and lethal malady of Communism—it was seeking to......

Headlines Boost Bu Helm Impact

Catholic Herald Reporter 'INTO new editorial and pub-I fishing offices this week went the Sunday Bulletin. the Redemptorists' headlinc-hitting weekly. With the circulation......

Sin In Keeping Up With The Joneses

atbAING up with the I 7t. Jutiescs ran a in lt it rtlear,a taint your lielthbOar - Yoe earn Inure , thau you (fl) tt omanJ holle.i were told yes terday. S naty Daily Express......

Around The Universal Church

Rome meeting for Sodalities Sodalities all over Europe, France, Japan, Canada, Venezuela, Ecuador and Colombia sent representatives, and Pope Paul spoke to them in a special......

In Brief . .

Diefenhaker Received: Former Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker was received in private audience by Pope Paul last week. More Lay Missionaries: Twenty-seven lay......