Page 3, 17th July 1981

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City Churches Demolition Dilemma

by Christopher Howse TWO CHURCHES of architectural merit in depressed inner-city areas of Liverpool and London will have to be demolished. St Francis Xavier's, Liverpool,......

Jozef Glemp Quiet Man Of Faith

THE APPOINTMENT of Jozef Glemp, the bishop of Warmia, as the New Primate of Poland on July 7, 1981 came as a surprise in spite of the fact that he was known to be the nominee of......

Abbey Shines Out Like A Beacon'

from a special correspondent THE FIRST abbey church built in Scotland for more than 400 years was dedicated at Fort Augustus on Saturday. us importance was reflected in the......

Links Seen In Chain Of Oppression

A HIGH POWERED group of Christians from all over the world was urged by a Catholic priest last weekend to take a close look at the links between oppression based on sex, race......

Shooting Stars

UGBROOKE Park. the Devon home of Lord and Lady Clifford, is well and truly on the map this week after reports that it will be Open to visitors for shooting weekends at £1.265......

Youth Chief Bows Out

FR JOHN Foulkes, director ot the Lancaster diocese's youth training centre, Castlerigg Manor, is to leave after ten years to take up a new appointment as a parish priest in......

Pope To Visit Parish In Surrey

THE POPE will visit the parish of Mortlake. Surrey when he comes to England, according to Mr Ted McCormack (no relation of the visit publicity promoter), the editor of the......

Dom Victor The Man Likely To Succeed As Benedictines Meet...

by Christopher Rails ABBOT Victor Farwell of Worth Abbey. Sussex, finishes his second term of office as Abbot this week,. when the community meets to re-elect him, or choose a......