Page 1, 18th November 1955

18th November 1955
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Protest Was Justified

M ALTESE Catholics have reacted sharply to Mr. Aneurin Bevan's complaints of the "unfairness" of reports that while in the George Cross Island he insulted the Maltese people and......

Mr. Bevan: `i Did Not

say it' I N a personal conversation with Mr. Simon Mahon, Catholic Labour M.P. for Bootle, Mr. Aneurin Bevan has denied that while in Malta he referred to Archbishop Gonzi as a......

Malta Governor Sees The Pope

The Governor of Malta, Sir Robert Laycock, was received in private audience by the Holy Father on Tuesday at Castel Gandolfo. The Rome Correspondent of The Times says it is......

Hospital Is 99

The Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth, St. John's Wood, London, will be 99 years old tomorrow (Saturday).......

Mr. Mintoff And His Critics

C OMMENTING on the Bevan incident, a distinguished Maltese expert—a devout Catholic and a non-party man —has told " The Catholic Herald ' of his alarm at the way in which......

Utrillo Had A Shrine Of Our Lady

M AURICE UTRILLO, the world famous French painter who died at the age of 71, has been buried in the Church of St. Peter of Montmartre. the artists' quarter of Paris. Utrillo had......

A Prize From The Queen

When the Queen visited the Royal Homeopathic Hospital in London last week she presented three prizes, two of them to Catholic nurses. Nurse Valerie Hines received the Edward......

Royal Devotion To Be Revived In London Cathedral

I N Westminster Cathedral on December 8, Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Cardinal Griffin will revive a royal shrine and devotion to Our Lady which hundreds of years ago was......

Shuffle Of English Kings Now—

A SHRINE FOR THE COMMONWEALTH I N The Connoisseur last June Mr , Clement F. Pitman wrote: " This particular alabaster re-appeared in France some eighteen months ago. It was item......

'help Hungry

PEOPLE OR — ' 'A rude awakening,' says Holy Father T HE Holy Father last week received in audience Mr. Heathcoat-Amory, Minister of Agriculture, who was attending the United......

A Non-catholie M.p. Says:

LET PRIESTS STAND FOR PARLIAMENT M R. JOHN PARKER, Labour M.P. for Dagenham— a non-Catholic—suggested in the Commons last week that Catholic priests—and all other clergy —......