Page 5, 17th May 1963

17th May 1963
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Over 10,000 In Lancaster Martyrs' Walk

From Peter Okell LANCASTER, Sunday. PROCESSION of over 10,000 people, reciting the Rosary, followed the route on Sunday over which the 15 Lancaster Martyrs were 'dragged to......

Dr. Heenan For 'council' Rally

From B. A. Harrington A RCHBISHOP HEENAN of Liverpool will return to the Leeds diocese, where he was bishop, to preach at the mammoth rally being organised in Bradford Park......

Six M.p.s To Plead For School

Catholic Herald Reporter m R. ROBERT MELLISH, Labour M.P. for Bermondsey, w ill lead a seven-strong deputation to the Minister of Education, Sir Edward Boyle, on Tuesday, to......

Servites Build New Church For Salford

Catholic Herald Reporter T OMORR W, (Saturday) Bishop Beck of Salford will lay the foundation stone of a new £47,000 church which the Servites are building at Kersal, Salford,......

Bournemouth's New Secondary School Opened

Catholic Herald Reporter A NEW Catholic secondary school, with accommodation for 420 boys and girls, was blessed and officially opened at Bournemouth on Tuesday by Archbishop......

Marist School For Cotswolds

Catholic Herald Reporter A NEW Catholic primary school in the Cotswolds, built by the Marist Sisters, will be blessed and officially opened on Wednesday by Bishop Rudderham of......

:going Away

Fr. J. Crehan, Si.. M.A., whose name will be familiar to many of our readers for his learned commentaries and book reviews, is accompanying an organised tour to see the frescoes......

What Concrete Step Is There For Unity?

Catholic Herald Reporter R EFERRING to the question of "concrete steps" for Christian Unity, Fr, Maurice Bevenot, S.J., said on Saturday that at present we can only seek to......

Modern Mass Gives Laity A Part

By David Crawford T HE Church of St. John the Evangelist, Islington, which has a musical tradition over 100 years old, will be the setting, on May 19, for a new Mass which......

Try As Dust' Teaching Criticised

Catholic Herald Correspondent CATHOLIC teachers were en‘ — ‘ 41 couraged to get away from the "dry as dust" approach to the teaching of religion by Bishop Beck of Salford when......