Page 1, 15th June 1956

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'nuclear Explosions Raise Gravest Moral Issues'

NEW H-BOMB CHALLENGE CHRISTIANS A time to think 'Catholic Herald' Staff Reporter T HE Government's plan to explode Britain's first hydrogen bomb during tests in the Pacific......

Can This He Morally Justified?

rpHE further nuclear bomb test decided on by the British Government must raise for Catholics and Christians the problem of the justilied use of such weapons. America and Soviet......

Our Lady Of The Skies

A N 18-fnot tall aluminium statue of Our Lady of the Skies has been erected in the Catholic chapel at Idlewild, New York's International Airport. The statue, which weighs less......

Consistory This Summer?

The Holy Father is making preparations for a Consistory to be held in July or August, according to unofficial reports from the Vatican. There are at present eight vacancies in......

Cyprus Victim

A Requiem Mass was said at St. Joseph's. Longsight, Manchester, for Thomas Mylrea, the British schoolmaster shot in Cyprus last week. He was a past pupil of the Xaverian......

Families Suffer 'cruel Hardship'

Housing homeless 'mortally urgent' 'Catholic Herald' Reporter rr HE TIMES has now printed the letter of Mrs. Maisie Sheed in answer to its critical leading article about......

Holy Nail Procession

Every year thousands of people gather in Milan for the procession of the Holy Nail. This relic, kept high in the Cathedral roof, is belies ed to he one of the nails used in the......

Sir Frank Brangwyn Dies

GRAND OLD MAN OF CATHOLIC ARTISTS 'Catholic Herald' Reporter S "' FRANK BRANGWYN, R.A., who died on Monday at the age of 89, was the Grand Old Man of British Catholic artists,......

Volunteered For Tower Of Death

PROTESTANT pastor, Joseph Moj, of Kraslice, has told of the heroism of young Catholics doing forced labour in a Czechoslovakian concentration camp. His testimony was given in a......

No Respite For Red-ruled Asians

By DOUGLAS HYDE LTHOUGH there are signs that for their own tactical purposes the Communist Governments of East Europe may be easing up for the moment in their open attacks upon......

'ban Obscene

literature' says the Holy Father T HE Holy Father has urged a legal ban on obscene books which, he said, act on the reader's mind like narcotics. Speaking in French to an......

Reds Filtering Into Schools

A warning that the Communists are making an intensified effort to infiltrate schools was given in a statement issued last Tuesday by the Episcopal Committee of Italy's Catholic......

Beatification Of Innocent Xi

The beatification of Pope Innocent XI now seems definitely set for October 7. At one time it was said that the beatification ceremony would be held in St. Peter's Basilica on......