Page 3, 17th March 1989

17th March 1989
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Absence Of Law And A Lack Of Will

NEWS ANALYSIS Another private member's bill is attempting to force the government to act on embryo research. Matthew Keegan reports on five years of official inactivity LAST......

News In Brief

Comic habit SISTER Bridget Kelly (above), a Poor Clare from Si Joseph's Monastery, York was one of thousands who last week donned plastic red noses and joined in widespread......

Bishops Ponder Delicate Visit By Chinese Clerics

THE bishops of England and Wales are to decide at their Low Week meeting in April what stance to adopt towards a delegation from the outlawed Chinese Catholic Patriotic......

Closure Of Out-church In Surrey Prompts Protests

A CHURCH built just 18 years ago by priest and parishioners, without the help of the local diocese, is to be pulled down and replaced by three houses. Its closure has angered......

Passion Play In Search Of Donkey

THE whole Shropshire village of Worfield near Wolverhampton are set to put on their Passion Play with one of the main characters still uncast. A donkey is needed to carry Christ......

`no Hunt' Over Sect In Ealing

THE London parishioner who has written to Cardinal Hume asking him to make a definitive statement on the status of the Neo-Catechumenates said this week she was not......

Hospice Aid Queried

IN response to pressure from Help the Hospices for funds to help meet the nurses' pay award in that sector, the Department of Health on Friday announced that £400,000 would be......

Peace Nun Sent To Prison

DETERMINED campaigner for nuclear disarmament, Sr Moire Collette-Ludden OP, was sent to prison for one day for refusing to pay a fine imposed after she painted peace slogans on......

Obituary

Rule's exception From the bishops' diaries DENIS COCKBURN, a pillar of the community at the Church of Our Lady and St Paulinus, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, died recently after 41......