Page 3, 18th December 1981

18th December 1981
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Windsor Meeting With Queen Likely.' Methodists Look...

Anglican leaders to meet Pope at Canterbury by Christopher Howse THE POPES visit to Canterbury Cathedral is to involve Anglican leaders from all over the world following a move......

Disagreement Reigns Over Unity Proposals

ANGLICAN reactions have not been entirely welcoming to the proposal to postpone covernanting between the Church of England and the Free Churches in favour of prior union with......

Family Charter Based On Christ's Humanity

The Pope's latest pronouncement has received attention for its reaffirmation of the doctrine of Humanae Vitae, but Christopher Howse shows here that his concerns go far beyond......

Human Rights God Given

HUMAN rights are not a special privilege but an unconditional gift from God. Canon Paul Oestreicher said at a service in Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral to mark Human Rights Day......

Liverpool Police Meeting "success"

by Christopher Rails ARCHBISHOP DEREK Worlock of Liverpool chaired a second meeting between the Police and community organisations last Monday, on the policing of Liverpool 8. A......

Blasphemy Law

THE NATIONWIDE Festival of Light has sent a memorandum to the Law Commission saying Britain's blasphemy law should be —retained. It cites constitutional and social reasons......

More Choice For Mass Readings Introduced

CATHOLIC churchgoers in Britain will soon be deprived of one version of the scripture readings at Mass, with the introduction of a new three-volume English Lectionary. Up to now......

Convent To Move Through Shortage Of Sisters

A RETREAT house and conference centre in Newcastle is to close after 73 years of continuous service. The convent of Marie Reparatrice, which houses 13 sisters, has been forced......

Scotland's Unemployed

SCOTLAND'S Justice and Peace Commission has issued a new publication on unemployment. Called "Action against Unemployment", it is a guide to help local Justice and Peace groups......

Fr Lear To Work In Peru

FR JEREMY LEAR. Secretary to Bishop Cormac MurphyO'Connor of Arundel and Brighton, is one Of two priests from the diocese who are going to Peru to work as missionaries for the......