Page 8, 18th September 1981

18th September 1981
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A CEREMONY will be held at the Katyn Memorial, Gunnersbury Cemetery, on September 19 to pay a tribute to the memory of the 15,000 Polish prisoners of war, on the 41st......

Bookshop's New Title

1-ROM October 1 the Catholic Next man Bookshop at St Aldgate's Oxford will trade under the name of the Newman Mowbray Bookshop. Mowbray's closes its doors for the last time......

Gold For Our Lady Of Ransom

THE PARISH of Our Lady or Ransom in Rayleigh. Essex, is to celebrate las golden jubilee next week. A Mass of thanksng will be held on September 24, and the principal......

London To Brighton Walk For Hospice Unit

STAFF AT a newly opened hospice unit for the terminally ill are planning a sponsored walk to Brighton in order to raise money to - finance theirwoft. The new unit, which is......

Bruce Kent Tilts At Sleeping Giant

by Christopher Rails MORE THAN 900 people attending last Saturday's Christian CND conference, "Profess and Survive" in Coventry Cathedral, listened to rousing calls to action by......

Priests' Nuclear Move Could Well Checkmate Bishops

Christopher Rails reports on the National Conference of Priests THE NATIONAL Conference ol Priests, meeting last week in Birmingham, voted by a distinct majority for a clearer......

£800,000 Raised By Svp

Membership of the Society or St Vincent de Paul in England and Wales has risen to more than 13,000, delegates to the annual meeting at Bristol heard at the weekend. The national......

Life To Introduce Private Member's Bill On Disabled

LIFE, the national anti-abortion Organisation, has decided to work . towards the introduction into Parliament of a private member's bill to ban the killing of disabled children......

Archbishop Follows Encyclical With Demand For Action

hy Margaret Coen PEOPLE crying out for justice all over the world are looking to the Church for a response in deeds, not ‘-iirds, Archbishop Michael Boaen tells the people of......