Page 3, 16th January 1987

16th January 1987
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People, Poverty And Progress

Cardinal Arns gave the inaugural Pope Paul VI Memorial Lecture on Saturday. This article is taken from his address WE ALL know the Jubilee Year, described in Leviticus, 25, was......

Distinguished Catholic Servant

IAN Harvey, who died this week at 72, was a distinguished member of the Catholic community in north London. He was the Chairman of the Governors of St George's school, in Maida......

Jewish Critics

CARDINAL John O'Connor, Archbishop of New York, has ben severely criticised by Jewish groups following his recent trip to Israel. Most Jewish anger has sprung from the......

Louise' Hopes To Change Attitudes On Downs

by Cristina Odone MORE AND more Down's' Syndrome children now attend "normal" schools, where their reception by peers and teachers depends upon their familiarity with the......

Jubilee Off To A Good Start

EVERY two weeks, the Catholic Herald will publish a diary of forthcoming local events nationwide to mark CAFOD's Jubilee. Jan 16: Meeting for young at St Mary's School Room,......

Next Stage For "not Strangers"

by Jack O'Sullivan THE ecumenical initiative, "Not Strangers But Pilgrims", involving 32 British Christian churches, this week released the briefing papers for three spring......

Appeal To Pm On Aids

A CATHOLIC MP has called on local authorities to establish elected community bodies to help combat Aids. Patrick Duffy, Labour MP for Sheffield Attercliffe, wants such groups to......

Religious Programmes Will Rule The Air Waves This...

In a first-ever cooperation between the ITV Network and the Independent Local Radio stations, the television network and more than 20 local radio stations will join in......

Ecumenical Moves

THE General Synod of the Church of England at its meeting in July is to consider enabling legislation which would make it possible for Church of England parishes to work much......