Page 3, 21st February 1964

21st February 1964
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Teaching Is Outdated, Say Students

BY MARIAN CURD A WORKING party has been set up to suggest improvements in religious teaching in Catholic teacher training colleges. The move, decided on at a weekend conference,......

Cheshire Schools: £2m. Plan

A £2m. Catholic School building programme has been proposed for the County of Cheshire. Details released this week by the Shrewsbury Diocesan Schools Commission show that the......

A-level Survey `unwise

Catholic Herald Educational Reporter H EADMASTERS of the Catholic Public Schools spotlighted in this week's report on GCE A-level passes are unanimous in their reaction ; "Treat......

800 Wait' For Place In Homes

M ORE than 80(1 disabled and sick people are on the "waiting list" of the Cheshire Foundation Homes in England and Overseas Grp. Capt, Leonard Cheshire V.C., said this week. He......

Samaritans To Work In Norwich

CATHOLIC HERALD REPORTER RIM-10P GRANT, Auxiliary of Northampton, has promised full support to the newly inaugurated Norwich branch of the "Telephone Samaritan" movement. Formed......

Cadets To Have Own Chapel

Catholic herald Reporter C ATHOLIC Naval Cadets at H.M.S. Conway, Beaumaris, N. Wales, will soon have their own chapel. For the past 25 years Sunday Mass has been said in the......

No Change On

MARRIAGE- BISHOP CATHOLIC HERALD REPORTER B ISHOP DWYER of Leeds emphasised this week that there will be no change in the Church's teaching on marriage and the use of marriage.......

T1013' Wins An Oscar For The B.b.c.

CATHOLIC HERALD REPORTER "10B." a musical version of the Bible story televised by the J BBC last year, has won an "Oscar" at the International Catholic Television and Radio......

In Brief .

Chertsey. More than 400 pupils at St. Thomas the Apostle School, Chertsey, Surrey, received communion under both species last week when they assisted at Mass in the Ethiopian......