Page 1, 14th January 1977

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Ireland's Best Known Theologian, Enda Macdonagh, Lashed...

in Northern Ireland last week and told the Irish Theological Association that a new analysis of Irish history should be made which would filter out the bitterness and stress the......

The Herald Says

BISHOP CAHAL DALY'S call to the British Government to spin the political wheel in Ulster again is to be greatly welcomed and supported. The policy of freezing Northern Ireland......

Vatican Denies Speculation

CLAIMS by an Italian magazine that the Vatican owns a quarter of the property in Rome and is engaging in tax-free speculation were denied as "un justified scandalmongering" by a......

World Bank Plea To West

THE president of the World Bank, Mr Robert McNamara, has appealed to the industrialised nations of the West to recognise their moral responsibility to the impoverished people of......

Reservations On Advisory Commissions

REACTIONS to the conference of advisory commissions to the Bishops of England and Wales, held at Hopwood Hall, Manchester, last weekend have been generally favourable, but......

Berrigans Back Out Of Viet Protest

FR DANIEL BERRIGAN and his brother, Philip, who were among the 90 signatories on a letter recently sent to Dihn Ba Thi, the Vietnamese permanent observer at the UN, protesting......

Cardinal Puts In Resignation

Cardinal Michele Pellegrino of Turin, one of Italy's most progressive cardinals, has sent his resignation to the Pope. The 73year-old cardinal is well known for his constant......

St Peter's Traffic Ban To Stay

Vatican and Rome city officials have decided that the traffic ban in St Peter's Square which has been in force since Holy Year should be made permanent. It is part of Rome's new......

For New Irish Initiative

THE Government should set up an elected and open-ended constitutional conference for Northern Ireland, says Bishop Cahal Daly in an article written exclusively for the Catholic......

Churches Unite For Human Rights

CHURCHMEN from many denominations have joined together in Kerala, India, to protect human rights in the sub-continent. They complain of the "complete abrogation of civil......

Discussion Notes

A new series starts this week to provide discussion notes for parish groups. Aiming to provide an aid for reflection and questions for debate it begins with notes on the......