Page 10, 17th August 1973

17th August 1973
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Church Will Be Less Pompous, Says Jesuit

By a Special Correspondent A week of intensive theological study ends today for 250 people from all parts of Britain and Ireland who have been attending the 7th annual course in......

Religion — Italian Style

I returned last week from a part of Italy I had never got to know before, my explorations having centred on the area roughly half way between Genoa and La Spezia. I was based on......

I Bishops' Engagements Bishop Clerk, Auxiliary Of...

of Grail Family Group Conference, Hengrave Hal( Tuesday: Opening of Plenary Meeting of the Anglican/Romer Catholic International Commission. Bishop Langton Fox of Money's —......

Obit Uary

Mgr. Canon Anthony McNulty, former Vicar-General of the Salford Diocese, aged 65. He was born at Little Halton, Lancashire, and educated at St. Bede's College, Manchester, and......

Faith, Hope And Courtesy

Just before leaving London I had received a very kind invitation to meet three distinguished churchmen from South Africa. They were Bishop George Schwarts, the Anglican......

Charterhouse Chronicle

This Office does excellent and very painstaking work in so many directions, that its provision of hospitality for overseas VIP's is sometimes forgotten. Tribute must be paid to......

Bridging Ministry

An Anglican scheme for supplementary ministry with working men studying in their spare time and being ordained to the priesthood after four years is, I have just discovered,......

Liturgical Veterans

The Society of St. Gregory, which began furthering the study of liturgy 30 years before the Vatican Council, was host last week to Cardinal Tabera, Prefect of the Vatican......

Cardinal's Tour

Cardinal Tabera concelebrated Mass with Bishop Ellis of Nottingham in Nottingham Cathedral on Sunday and later went on to Leeds, visiting York Minster and lunching York priests......

Caring Kiwi

A 30-year-old Roman Catholic priest from Christchurch, New Zealand, has just spent a month working amongst the addicted, and homeless people of Leeds. He is Father Tony Daly......

A New Pilgrimage

It is always exciting to be "in" at the beginning of something — especially when, paradoxically, that beginning has its roots in the early centuries of Christianity. This is......