Page 2, 14th August 1981

14th August 1981
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Fr Frantisek Lizna Accused Of "harming State Interests...

J esu it h e ld i n C zec h os l ova ki a after German priests 4, arrest Czechoslovakia has been police about those they had imprisoned after the arrest and visited and were......

...": Having . Close Links With Unofficial

publishing it was his strong moral . Q.v. ._ integrity and his involvement with > . WI' . .. ',1 the young of whom many became . 's 4 ' believers which many see as . 's 4 '......

Polish Unions Back Medical Hot Line

From Desmond O'Grady in Rome THE POLISH Solidarity movement has backed a scheme to rush urgent medical help to patients in the country, beleaguered by economic and political......

Church Bombed

THREE PEOPLE were killed and 56 injured recently when a bomb was thrown into the courtyard of a Coptic church in Cairo, The Church of the Virgin Mary is in the Shubra district......

Author Bursts On To British Scene

Christopher Rails reports on the arrival of Tatsuichiro Akizuki (right), witness of Nagasaki and the involvement of Gordon Honeycombe (below) in the trip. Dr Tatsuichiro......

Mission Quits El Salvador 'for Good'

THE SIX Mary knoll missionaries who left El Salvador in May to avoid potential danger to thier • %ves will not be returning. according to one of their number, Fr John Spain. Fr......

Psalms Lost In Uganda

A NEW translation of the Psalms was recently lost in a bandit raid in Uganda. Fr Francis Mbaziira, chief translator, had the manuscript with him when he was held up at gunpoint......

Grave Food Shortage Faces Vietnam

VIETNAM laces a grave food shortage, CAFOD and Christian Aid told the Foreign Secretary recently. Reports from the agencies show that there was a 4.4 million tonne food deficit......

Kenya President Says 'we Will Not Be Silenced'

From Joseph Adero Ngala in Nairobi PRESIDENT Daniel Arap Moi of Kenya told the South African regime that their guns would not succeed in silencing the black majority's voice.......

News In Brief

BANDITS in Karamoja, Uganda, killed Sister Lilliana Rbetta, an Italian Comboni nun, when they fired on her Land-Rover. YOUTHS under 21 hase beam banned from joining the......