Page 7, 21st July 1961

21st July 1961
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The Agony Of John Byrne

A man who sits alone By Hugh Kay I T will be a historical tragedy if it turns out that expulsion from the T.U.C. is the only way to break the Communist stranglehold on the ,......

Marathon Journey For The C.s.g.

MARATHON journeys, including more than 8,500 miles in England and Wales, and trips overseas to Malta and East Africa, were made in the past year by Mr. R. P. Walsh as Organising......

Psychiatry Is No Answer

T HE idea that sin and crime are always the effect of a pathological condition makes its own contribution to evil, and it is idle to think that psychiatry, of itself, can solve......

St. Martin's Monastery

The monastery of Liguge near Poitiers, France founded by St. Martin of Tours and therefore arnong Europe's oldest monasteries has telebrated the 16th centenary Of ils foundation......

Memorial To A Head

Tribute at Highgate Prize-giving ri A MOVING tribute to " a man 1 never met " was made on Wednesday by Brother Hilary, F.S.C„ Headmaster of St. Aloysius College, Highgate, in......

Battersea Chapel Re-opened

T HE outstanding feature of the "Open Day" celebrations held at the Salesian College, Battersea, on Saturday, was the re-opening of the newly re-decorated and reconstructed......

Co-ed School Plan

At Swansea, agreement has been reached in principle for the provision of a mixed Catholic secondary school instead of separate schools for boys and girls. It will include both......

Vienna Indians

For the first time, an Indian congregation has been invited to work in Europe. Cardinal Konig, Archbishop of Vienna. has invited the Poor Sisters of Our Lady in Bombay to......

2old And Windy At Padley

L AST THURSDAY was a cold anti windy July day, but a Large number of coaches arrived at Grindleford. Derbyshire, for the annual Dioeesan Pilgrimage to Padley Chapel to honour......

Franciscan Martyr Honoured In Wales

T WO thousand pilgrims-including coach-loads from Lancashire-were present at Pantasaph, North Wales, on Sunday, for the celebrations in honour of Blessed John Jones, Franciscan......

Extension For Late Vocations

A model of a £200,000 extension which is to be built at Campion House, the Jesuit House of Studies for Late Vocations, OsterIcy (Middlesex), was exhibited at a garden fete......