Page 1, 1st February 1980

1st February 1980
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The Herald Says

FEW of us can pretend to be immune to a compulsive interest in reeding about ourselves. Usually this is not a very productive exercise but the survey on Catholic attitudes......

Many Catholics Have Not Heard Of Vatican Ii But Race...

Snapshot survey challenges Church leaders By Christopher Howse Half the Catholics in England and Wales have never heard of the Second Vatican Council. That is one of the more......

Cafod In Action

See page 3 INSIDE • Mrs Daphne Rae gives a first hand account of Mother Teresa's work in the temple of the dying Page 5 • Where is the Promised Land? Page 7 • Patrich O'Donovan......

Royal Rumours

THE QUEEN and Prince Philip will be visiting the Pope at the end of their planned state visit to Italy in October. In the light of last Saturday's visit to the Pope by the Grand......

Six Months' Training For Engaged Couples

AN EXPERIMENT in helping to reduce the alarming number of marriage breakdowns has been launched by Arundel and Brighton diocese. The six weeks of marriage preparation required......

Priest Defends 'oppressed' Palestinians

A DUTCH Dominican priest has stirred up a political hornet's nest by defending his right to support the Palestine Liberation Organisation, "in the tradition of the Old Testament......

Hundred Schools In Danger

CATHOLIC schoolchildren in Mid-Glamorgan have won the first round of a national struggle to prevent local authorities from charging children bus fares if they have to travel......

"i Intend To Leave Some Extra Happiness

when I go" Vera Lynn Life has given me happiness and sorrow. It's mostly sorrow for far too many old people, and I mean my concern for them to continue long after I'm gone. So......

Winners Of Hymn Competition

THE OVERALL winner of the Catholic Herald hymn - writing competition, launched last September, is Mr Laurence Moss of Swindon in Wiltshire, Entrants were asked to write a hymn......

Problems Remain As Synod Ends

From Desmond O'Grady in Rome TENSIONS still remain between the Dutch Church and the Vatican despite all the efforts of the special synod which ended in Rome yesterday after......