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United Nations Flying Grain To Six Countries

Drought-stricken Africa By a Staff Reporter A daring airlift of much-needed food for drought-stricken North-West Africa has been set in motion by the U.N. Food and Agriculture......

Churches' Joint Study On Effects Of Violence

From a Special Correspondent The Irish Catholic bishops and the Irish Council of Churches are setting up a joint working party to study the moral and physical effects of......

Church Burial For Divorcees

Divorced Catholic women who have married again but "shown some sign of repentance" will shortly be allowed burial in consecrated ground, Vatican sources said on Saturday. At......

Tearful U.s. Judge Refuses To Sentence Protesters

From a Special Correspondent A judge of the Superior Court in Washington has refused to sentence six women who pleaded "no contest" to a charge of illegally entering White House......

Jews Protest At Superstar Film

By A Staff Reporter Officials of the American Jewish Committee in New York have asked that the television version of the film Jesus Christ Superstar should clearly indicate that......

Latin Mass Directory

A second edition of the Latin Mass Directory for England and Wales lists churches where a Latin Mass is celebrated on Sundays. It is published by the Association for Latin......

Pill Pioneer Predicts Church Re-think

From a Special Correspondent The Church's attitude on contraception may be reversed "within six months" after the election of a successor to Pope Paul, according to Dr. John......

Arms For Angola Equated With Arms For N. Ireland

From a Special Correspondent for armaments in Speaking on German tele..ision this week he said: West Germany has offered economic aid to Portugal on condition that it stops the......

What The Bishop Said To The Queen

Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Philip were shown round Clifton's new Catholic Cathedral on August 9 in the course of a visit to Bristol. Bishop Rudderham conducted the couple......

Priest Stands By Charges On Saigon Captives

Allegations made by Fr. Chan Tin, a Vietnamese priest, that 203,000 prisoners are held in South Vietnam on political grounds have been described by the Saigon Government as......