Page 5, 15th June 1962

15th June 1962
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Greatest Demonstration Of Faith In Britain

20,000 WILL WALK TODAY By LEO KNOWLES W HIT FRIDAY is here again and for thousands of school-children in Manchester and Salford it comes second only to Christmas as the most......

Face! Aft For Cotton

C OTTON COLLEGE. Staffs, is to mark the bicentenary of its foundation which takes place next year by carrying out an extensive re-decoration scheme in the famous college chapel,......

New Who's Who W Ork Is Expected To Begin Soon On

the compiling of a new edition of " The Catholic Who's Who The last edition was published ten years ago and has long been out of print. A director of Burns Oates, publishers of......

Parishes Pay For Future Priests

TWELVE parishes of the Not tingham diocese are each providing for the maintenance of astudent for the priesthood reports Bishop Ellis in a Trinity Sunslay Pastoral Letter on......

Isle Of Man Prepares For Visitors

Summer help for Island's churches By F. C. PRICE C ATHOLIC holidaymakers, travelling to the Isle of Man during the next three months, will provide a muchneeded boost to the......

Fords: 3-year Peace Plan?

N OW that the rank-and-file workers at Ford's are' looking to their union leadership rather than to the shop stewards' committee, Fr. John Rohrman, the American parish priest of......

:going Away

BELGIUM Belgium is overshadowed by Holland where flowers are concerned, but nothing daunted, a national campaign has been started to cover the country in beautiful blooms.......

Bishop Condemns New Sharks

CATHOLIC HERALD CORRESPONDENT Winchester " QIIARKS " who were out to exploit the millions of " spending money in the hands of immature young people, were scathingy condemned by......

Overdraft In Salford

L AST year the parish collections for ecclesiastical education in the Salford diocese amounted to just over £17.000, said Bishop Beck in a pastoral letter read in all churches......

Children's Charity

Two Nottingham children. Jean and Robert Fawdrey, aged 12 and 10 respectively, organised a jumble sale last week to help Nazareth House Nottingham. The sale raised £45, £13 more......