Page 3, 14th October 1988

14th October 1988
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No Preference For Integrated Schools

'IN MARCH 1988, the Northern Ireland Education Department issued a consultation paper on education reforms. The views on various reform measures contained in that paper were......

News Analysis

The Government announced substantial changes affecting church schools in Northern Ireland last week. Mgr Colm McCaughan, director of the NI Council for Catholic Maintained......

Pro-life Mp Public Apology To Professor

SIR Bernard Braine MP, the chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Pro-Life Group, has made a public apology to a group of doctors whose work on reducing the pain felt by......

More Churches For Fewer Mass-goers

by Joanna Moorhead THE CATHOLIC Church has suffered the biggest drop in clerics of any major UK church in the last two years, according to new figures out this week. ■ The......

From The Bishops' Diaries

THE NEEDS OF children are to be focused on by many bishops this week. Bishop Howard Tripp, auxiliary in Southwark, will attend a meeting with primary headteachers at Marian......

Dismay At New 'destructive' Test For Down's Syndrome

THE ANTI-ABORTION organisation Life this week condemned a new test to screen for Down's Syndrome. Kirsty MacNamara, assistant national administrator of Life, called the test......

News In Brief

Ringing the tills THE PERSONAL signet ring of Pope Paul H fetched £46,200 at a sale, devoted exclusively to rings, which took place at Christie's — the London art dealers —......