Page 1, 21st February 1964

21st February 1964
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Vatican Ii May Work By Post After 1964

SENATE'S LINK WITH DIOCESES From Alan McElwain ROME A LTHOUGH Ecumenical Council Commissions are trying " desperately " to meet Pope Paul ' s desire that the Council ' s work......

Apartheid Statement Shock

Catholic Herald Reporter W I I HIN a fortnight of yet another denunciation of Apartheid by Archbishop Hurley of Durban, press reports quote Archbishop Whelan of Bloemfontein as......

Misfits Mission Spreads

Catholic Herald Reporter IN the first five months of its existence, Anton WallichClifford's Simon Community has spread its "Mission to the Misfit" throughout the British Isles......

£7,000 Will Help The Homeless

CATHOLIC HERALD REPORTER L AST year more than 1,700 mis fi ts, an average of five a day, had to he turned away from St. Martin of Tours House for homeless men in Islington, the......

Sermons Must Reach Unbelievers

A FTER distributing ashes to the Lenten Preachers of Rome al an Ash Wednesday ceremony in the Sistine Chapel, Pope Paul told them that the present time is characterised by "a......

Jesuits Expelled And Radio Station Seized In Haiti

HAITI, T HE. Duvalier regime in Haiti has expelled 18 Canadian Jesuits and seized a radio station which the Order maintained in Port - au - Prince. Reports add that the......

Church Must Take Lead In Fight Against Delinquency

By Terence McQueen S OCIAL research into Catholic delinquency, more Catholic workers in the voluntary social field, and more sense of community in the parish were among the......

Lcc May End Boys' Trudge

Catholic Herald Reporter T WO HUNDRED Clapham College boys, who have to walk Iwo miles a day for their mid-day meal, heard good news this week, The LCC, education committee has......

Mission Schools In Back Seat

NAIROBI W HILE praising the work of the mission schools, Kenya's minister of education, Mr. Joseph Otiende, has dedared that "the Churches can no longer be regarded as the......