Page 3, 18th December 1964

18th December 1964
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Catholics Rent A Former Baptist Church From The

Anglicans Catholic Herald Reporter A NGLICANS at Hitchin. Herts., have come to the aid of local Catholics by letting them use a small Anglican church declared redundant some......

Archbishop Beck Opens Church

Archbishop Beck of Liverpool returned to his former diocese of Salford On Saturday, to bless and open the new St. Mary's Church at Swinton, near Manchester, where Mgr. Charles......

`three Spastic Babies A Day'

A letter appealing for contributions to the Spastics Society. signed by Archbishop Heenan of Westminster, Dr, Ramsey, Archb'shop of Canterbury, and Dr. Baker. Moderator of the......

Chaplains' Dinner

The annual Catholic Army Chaplains' dinner will take place on January 12 at the Knights of St. Columba Club, 11 Lansdowne Road, London, W.I I. at 7.30 p.m. The last dinner, held......

Malta Flood Relief

The Friends of Malta, C.C., have sent a further £200 as a second contribution to the Gozo flood relief fund committee, to help the Government of Malta and the Gozo civic council......

`no Speedy Action On Ecumenism' Warning

By PETER OKELL A NGLICAN and Methodist clergymen were told by a mem ber of the Vatican Council's Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity not to expect immediate resounding......

Council's Decisions Queried

By DANIEL CHIDGEY ARCHBISHOP MURPHY, of Cardiff, Abbot Butler of Downside and Mgr. Joseph Buckley of Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, were questioned on ecumenical aspects of the......

Ecumenical Opening

Bishop Cowderoy of Southwark said last week that the presence of non-Catholic clergymen at the opening of a Catholic church could be taken as a symbol of the days when churches......

What Makes A Child Bad?

A LL bad children come from homes where the parents have refused to treat them as individuals and want them to conform to the pattern. What is destroying our children is the......

Teachers May Seek More School Aid

By ROBERT J. HOARE What is worrying the teachers is the effect of the spread of comprehensive schools. The provision of these on the scale which seems to be planned by the......

Decree Welcomed

From Our 05,11 Correspondent DUBLIN I RISH Catholics and members of other denominations this week welcomed the announcement by Archbishop Conway of Armagh that moves would be......

Canon's Evidence On Drunk Driving

A N Irish High Court Judge this week accepted "unreservedly" the evidence of a Maynooth theologian on the grave degree of moral guilt involved in driving a car under the......

New Bishop

Bishop Herlihy of Ferns, in his first address as Bishop of Enniscorthy Cathedral this week, promised to make the liturgy "a most vital and purposeful part of the Christian life......