Page 1, 15th April 1955

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The Pope Praises Nuclear Work

Scientists urged to act 'bravely and confidently' kpr91igniviiiroillrip141iillerni1i1 ,......

The Pope Wires To

Premier and Sir Winston THE Holy Father has sent a personal message to Sir Anthony Eden on his appointment as Prime Minister and to Sir Winston Churchill on his resignation. The......

Priest Workers : New Move

Cardinal Felltn, Archbishop of Paris. is in Rome to discuss the future form of the priest-worker movement. In a pastoral letter before his departure the Cardinal said that under......

Peron : A Decisive Step In May?

Nuncio to stay in the Argentine F EARS that the Argentine Government's action in withdrawing the 56,300,000 annual subsidy for Catholic schools may herald constitutional changes......

They Hadn't Had A Priest For 25 Years

F OR 25 years the town of Saavedra in Bolivia had been without a priest. Many of the people had fallen into pagan worship. Then Fr. August Kircher, a Maryknoll Missioner, was......

Leprosy May Disappear

Statement by leader of world crusade I N Rome last week M. Raoul Follereau, president of the Order of Charity and leader of a world-wide crusade against leprosy, said : "......

Bishop Marshall Seriously Ill

Prayers have been offered in the churches of the Salford diocese for Bishop Marshall, who, durin g last week, was seriously ill in St. Joseph's Hospital, Whalley Ran g e,......

Marcel Deat

French collaborator died a Catholic T HERE can be no truth whatever in the rumours that Marcel Deat, the notorious Vichy Minister who was sentenced to death for collaborating......

How Christian Is Britain Now?

Revival through army courses S OON after the revelation by a London priest that only one-third of the Catholic families in his parish contain a practising member, comes evidence......

`they Do Not Know The Catechism'

`C.1 - 1.' Reporter interviews Arnzy Chaplains WO-THIRDS of the young Catholics joining the Army today are not practising their religion, but National Service offers a unique......

He Quits

the razor gang for the chapel By a `C.H.' reporter F OR a view of the state of religion among non-Catholic youth, I called at Friendship House in South Lambeth, London, where......

Candidate For The Commons

Lt.-Col. T. Evers. a member of St. Paulinus's parish. Dewsbury, and a member of the Catenian Association in Wakefield, has been chosen as prospective Labour Parliamentary......