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English College Celebrates

Pope John speaks of the Martyrs POPE JOHN has urged seminarians of Rome's Venerable English College to follow "the furrow ploughed by your forebears," the martyred and......

New Envoy Received

DOPE JOHN last week received Ireland's new Ambassador to the Holy See, Mr. Thomas V. Commins. Mr. Commins (48) presented his credentials to Pope John and then paid a visit to......

Duke's Awards For Belmont

N INE boys of Belmont Abbey School went to Buckingham Palace last week to receive from the Duke of Edinburgh the Gold Award of the Duke's Award Scheme. This is the highest of......

Flying Doctors

Britain's Missionary Orders plan service C ATHOLIC missi onary orders arc to co-operate in a flying doctor service planned to start in Nigeria this year. The White Fathers will......

Archbishop Gives Away House, Possessions

A N Archbishop has turned his newly-built £20,000 house into a school to train labour leaders and given all his personal possessions to a foundation to aid workers. He is......

10 Bishops Will Go To ;hrewsbury

Mgr. Crasar's consecration -EN bishops are to attend the . consecration of Mgr. William is Grasar, D.C.L., S.T.L., by chbishop Grimshaw of Birmingm, in Shrewsbury Cathedral at......

Easing The Crisis

MEANWHILE, CONJECTURE CONTINUES IN ROME ON THE POSSIBILITY THAT THE COUNCIL MAY ESTABLISH A LAY DEACONATE. Commenting on this, Archbishop Dino Staffs, secretary of the Sacred......

Holy See's Fao Expert Visits Britain

HUNGER: HOW TO HELP . . Catholic Herald Reporter LONDON, Tuesday E IGHT days before the Duke of Edinburgh opens the Freedom from Hunger Campaign in the Royal Festival Hall, the......

'newman' Explains Scope Of Parish Census

A FULL explanation of the parish census service being arried out by the Newman )emographic Survey was issued , n its behalf this week by its Nrector, Mr. A. E. Spencer, ollowing......

Waiting For The Pope To Approve

From our own Correspondent ROME, WEDNESDAY SCHEDULED to end here today, the seventh session of the Central Preparatory Commission should bring to a close the whole of the......

Architecture & The Church

M R. FREDERICK GIBBERD, C.B.E., A.R.A., architect of Liverpool's new Catholic Cathedral, gives his views on modern Church Architecture in next week's CATHOLIC HERALD. His is the......

Y.c.w. Call For Action On Jobs

U NEMPLOYMENT in the North-east of England, following the recent steel recession and consequent redundancy, is severely affecting school leavers, the Young Christian Workers......

Asia Takes Up Postal Courses

C ORRESPONDENCE courses on religion are becoming increasingly popular in Asia reports Fides News Service. In Singapore, an advertisement inserted once every three months in one......

Children Raise £32,000 For Missions

From Our Own Correspondent PARIS. C ATHOLIC schoolchildren in England and Wales contributed in 1961 over £32,000, an increase of over £2,000 on the 1960 figure, to the funds of......

Holy Name

Society comes to Britain Catholic Herald Reporter THE first parish branch in England of the Holy Name Society has been started at Rainham, Essex, by Fr. Joseph Nolan, M.S.,......

'all-change' In Westminster

Vista view will show Cathedral By Terence McQueen THE Westminster City Council yesterday (Thursday) discussed a multi-million pound re-building scheme which will alter the......