Page 3, 19th May 1989

19th May 1989
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Lack Of Direction On Reforms Of Vatican Ii Dismays Experts

Letter prompts worry at liturgy impasse by Martin Newland Church bodies entrusted with promoting liturgical reform in this country are not living up to Vatican It's demands for......

Catholic Schools Face Shortfall In Teaching Staff

BETWEEN 2,000 and 3,000 more RE teachers are needed to implement the national curriculum, the Religious Education Council of England and Wales said this week. Although the......

News In Brief

Ecumenical fast THE first CAFOD Family Fast Day to be backed by all the churches on Merseyside has raised £55,000 from the region for overseas development. Although......

Parishes Take Up Practical Concern

TWO Catholic parishes in Liverpool's West Derby have joined with fellow Christians in conducting a survey of the social and practical needs of people living in the area. St......

Homelessnesses Rejected By Provincial

HOMELESSNESS can never be regarded as normal in a civilised society, said the former Director of Shelter Housing Aid Centre Fr Paul Byrne at a Mass this week marking the 44th......

From The Bishops' Diaries

PILGRIMAGES in honour of Our Lady are the order of the coming week. After leading his diocese of Menevia to the Welsh National Shrine of Our Lady at Cardigan on Sunday, Bishop......

Worlock Rallies To Plight Of Women

by Joanna Moorhead CHRISTIAN women should see it as their vocation to oppose government measures which discriminate against them and make them the poorest in society, Archbishop......

Grantham School Rejected By Baker

SECRETARY of State for Education Kenneth Baker has sided with Lincolnshire education authorities against the local bishop and has closed Britain's smallest Catholic secondary......

Ascension Eyes Halt Roof Fire

THE Church of St Peter's at Stonyhurst College was saved from major fire damage thanks to a young student's quick thinking. At the end of the High Mass for the Feast of the......