Page 2, 18th September 1964

18th September 1964
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Fathers Hope This Session Is The Last

By Desmond Fisher T UESDAY'S meeting of the Council was its eightieth. Cardinal Tisserant warned the Fathers that the morning meetings would run later each day in an effort to......

Rome

Diary • By Alan McElwain HEAR that Pope Paul's decision to allow women into the Vatican Council is likely to give Vatican officials a bad headache. They will have to decide from......

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DEBATE ON THE CHURCH decisions reached, this session will undoubtedly prove the most productive to date. The first item on the agenda is the completion of discussion on the......

Canonisation Anomalies

W INDING up the discussions on Chapter 7. Cardinal Suenens said that canonisation. which establishes officially recognised examples of sanctity in the Church, should be for all......

Council Background

POPE PAUL VI'S OPENING ADDRESS From Desmond Fisher T HE basic theme of Pope Paul's address to the Council Fathers on Monday was that Vatican II would go down in history as the......

Consistory For Uganda Martyrs

Catholic Herald Reporter A CONSISTORY is to be held in St. Peter's on September 26, when Pope Paul will ask the Council Fathers for their votes on whether the first African......