Page 1, 18th September 1987

18th September 1987
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Constitution And Concern On Us Tri

by Brian Dooley THE POPE met with AIDS victims for the first time yesterday after urging Catholics to show compassion and love towards those suffering from the disease. The......

Happy Families

THE Noonans of St Thomas More's parish in Coventry have been chosen as "Britains Happiest Family" in a competition run by Sealink. The seven-stron,t: Noonans were nominated by......

Governors Sacked In Vaughan Impasse

by Peter Stanford CARDINAL Basil Hume has sacked two governors of a West London Catholic school in an attempt to break the impasse over diocesan plans to reorganise secondary......

Fiaich's Urge For A United Front

CARDINAL Tomas 0 Fiaich of Armagh told a meeting in West Germany on Monday that the churches "bear some blame for our tragic divisions" in Northern Ireland. He explained to his......

Faculties Removed

AN AMERICAN priest has been banned from working in Newark archdiocese because, he suspects, his work on homosexual rights issues is unpopular with the new archbishop. Fr Robert......

Priests Arrive At A Model Of Ministry

THE 1987 National Conference of priests which met this year in Birmingham ended last Friday with Cardinal Flume's response to the delegates' declared hopes for the approaching......

Lay Woman Named As Delegate To Synod

LIVERPOOL Archdiocese is to send a lay woman delegate — one of 60 delegates worldwide — to the October Synod on the Laity. She is 31 year old Pat Jones who is responsible for......

Des Res One Careful Owner

FOR all these searching for a bijou residence with character and not a little spirit in the inner cities, Save Britain's Heritage this week launched a major report on potential......