Page 5, 18th April 1946

18th April 1946
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Saturday Cinema Clubs Are Heavily Criticised

ABOUT 400,000 CHILDREN ARE MEMBERS OF Saturday morning Cinema Clubs. The following account of a meeting held in London on the subject last week prompts the reflection that this......

New Parents' Association

A meeting of parents was held at Clapham College on Friday, April 12, with the object of forming a parents' association (1) to raise funds for the school which have to be found......

London Priest Goes To Norway

By permission of Cardinal Griffin, the Rev. Peter Lowry, formerly curate at Spanish Place Church, London, and Army chaplain during the war, as gone to Norway to take up his......

Scout Jubilee

Twenty-five years ago the first Catholic Scout Guild in England was formed in the London area. Commencing on Easter Monday. London Scouts will celebrate their silver jubilee......

New Noviciate

Noviciate of the Sisters ot St Jo , ep, if Peace a teachin g and nursin g con g regation founded in the Nottingham Diocese on Rosa.y Sunday 1888, ha been moved From the Convent......

The Scientist Comes By The Hard Way

By a Staff Reporter Dr. F. Sherwood Taylor, author, among other works, of that important book The Fourfold Vision and. more recently, Science, Past and Present, was last week's......

A Hundred Years Ago

Just one hundred years ago, Easter Sunday, 1846, Divine Providence led St. John Bosco to the first permanent home of his aposto Isto O For nearly five and a half years he had......

'people And Freedom

At the annual geaerar meeting ot the People and Freedom Group, nem re I London on Aprii 13, four r.solution • were accepted. The first approved the compienensive measures in......

From Town And Country

Cardinal Griffin wishes to thank an anonymous donot for an offering oi litty pounds fee Catholic relic, for our fellow Catholics in Germany or Hun gory irorn one who will not......

State Asked To Do Too Much

From nuOwn Correspondent BIRMINGHAM " Both from the point of view of the trade unionist and the employer, we are referring far too many problems to the State for solution. We......