Page 9, 14th December 1962

14th December 1962
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Priest Fails In Bid For Israeli Nationality

.om Our Own Correspondent HAIFA, Sunday RAEL'S Supreme Court has rejected, by a majority four to one, an uncedented attempt by a tholic priest to prove that conversion from......

Thanksgiving For Ministry Permit

SPECIAL Mass of thanks, giving was celebrated at SS. 3r and Paul's church, Yeadon, Leeds, last Wednesday, foling news from the Ministry of toation that a primary school Id at......

The Rome Of The Council

THE TEST MATCH By Fr. Bernard Basset, S.J. RICKET may need reform4 . 1 ing, but this is no concern of the Church. Yet there are cricketers in the General Council, an English......

Angola: Archbishop's Reply

to UPA allegations R ECENT statements published in Rome have criticised the Portuguese Hierarchy in the Angolan dioceses for treating the African clergy as "second class"......

Southampton College 'trebles'

Catholic Herald Correspondent W HEN Archbishop King of Portsmouth attended the annual patronal celebrations at the Immaculate Conception Training College, Southampton, on......

Heckler Is Converted, C.e.g. Told

Mgr. Gordon Wheeler, presiding at the annual meeting of the Westminster Catholic Evidence Guild last Friday, urged Guild speakers to soak themselves more and more in the......

Chester Men Get Merenti'

VOR the first time in 100 years two parishioners of St. Francis, Chester, have been awarded the papal Bene Merenti Medal. They are John Cavanagh and William McGrath, who between......

The Church At Home

For the blind The Royal National Institute for the Blind is to publish a Braille edition of Pope John's encyclical Mater et Magistra in about eight months time, at 16s. a copy,......

'blackmailers'

T ANTRUMS, sulks and sheet defiance were described as the weapons of children who "blackmail their parents" by the headmaster of St. Aidan's Grammar School, Sunderland, Bro. D.......

2,000 Carollers

Two thousand pupils from Catholic Grammar, Secondary and Primary Schools in London took part in the London County Council's Festival of Carols at the Central Hall, Westminster,......

Scholarship

A PPLICATIONS for the Bishop Thorman Memorial Scholarship at the Catholic Workers' College, Oxford, are being invited from men and women between 22 and 35 living in the Iiexham......

Orphans

M ANY of the children under the care of the Shrewsbury Diocesan Rescue Society will spend Christmas Day with families who have invited them to their homes. Speaking of Christmas......

Mossley

C ENTENARY celebrations are taking place this week at St. Joseph's Church, Mossley, Ashtonunder-Lyne, which was founded in 1862. Yesterday (Thursday) Bishop Beck of Salford......

Episcopal Engagements

Archbishop Grintaluiw of Birmingham. Tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday: Attends centenary celebrations at Si. Joseph's. Mossier. Ashton-under-Lyne. with ftenlion and Parochial......

Travelling Missions

Westminster.-Mass will be said this Sunday at Si. George's Hall, Ashwell, 8.30 a.m.; at The Cabin, Cuffleyā€˛ 10,15 a.m.: and ar Th e North Minims Memorial Hall, Wellston Green,......

Headmasters' Leader

M R. TERENCE CASEY, headmaster of St. Joseph's Primary School, Sutherland Avenue, West London, has been appointed General Secretary of the National Association of Headmasters......

May They Rest In Peace

Fr. William Judd Fr. William Waldo Judd, parish priest of Barton-on-Number for the last six years, died on November 22, aged 66. A convert, he was ordained in 1927 and sersed in......