Page 3, 18th July 1997

18th July 1997
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Churches Try Out Opposite Ways On Order Of Sacraments

By ANDREW M BROWN lHE CATHOLIC: practice of chiliren aged seven receiving .7.ommunion before they have seen confirmed has been brmally adopted for the first ime by a diocese of......

Church And State Still Have Faith In The Cities

BY JOE JENKINS 'RIME MINISTER Tony Blair ias told Britain's religious leadars that his government needs .o draw on their "unique insight" into the problems of the inner cities......

Women And The Elderly Lead 'ethical Shopping'

BY ANDREW M BROWN WOMEN, the elderly and those on low incomes are more likely than other sectors of society to take account of ethical issues while shopping, according to a new......

New Guide To Latin Mass

BY ANDREW M BROWN 'HE LATIN MASS Society ;aimed this week that the :hurch is failing to respect ie access of Catholics to the . aditional Latin Mass. Carol Byrne, the author of......

School Tackles Problem Diets

BY ANDREW M BROWN THE LEADING independent Catholic girls' school, St Mary's Ascot, whose old girls include Lady Antonia Fraser, Marina Warner and Lady Sarah Hogg, has introduced......

Bishop Rawsthorne Praises Hallam Welcome

BY DEBORAH JONES BISHOP John Rawsthorne, installed last week in the Diocese of Hallam, has told the Herald of his warm welcome by the people of Sheffield. "The welcome the......

News In Brief

5o years a convert THIS AUTUMN the John Bradburne Memorial Society celebrates 50 years since the poet and champion of Zimbabwean lepers was received as a Catholic. Bishop......

Daly's Peace

CARDINAL p eace praised the action of the Orange leaders in suspending and rerouting future marches. Correction LAST WEEK the Herald reported Archbishop Sean Brady as saying......