Page 9, 22nd November 1963

22nd November 1963
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Massive Lapsation Rates Among W. Indians

By Terence McQueen INETY-FOUR per cent of the West Indians now in London who used to attend churches at home no longer do so. This is the conclusion of a mass survey of London......

Cas'imo Showing Some Reason

By a Special Correspondent THE Castro regime in Cuba is becoming more sensitive to -a • religious troubles in its occupation with overwhelming economic problems and political......

Westminster Youth Centre

` open to view' Catholic Ilerald Reporter A new Catholic youth centre providing TV lounge, dining hall, reading rooms, full-size stage for dramatic club activities, arid games......

Jubilee For Poplar's All-in-one Settlement

Catholic Herald Reporter LONDOLONDO N'S All-in-one Club, N'S Holy Child Settlement at Poplar in the Heart of Dockland. publishes its golden jubilee report this week. It is a......

Buddhists Thank Pope Paul For Intervening

T HE Buddhist Inter-Sect Committee in Saigon, which claims to represent 14 of the 16 Buddhist sects in South Vietnam, has cabled Pope Paul thanking him for his interventions on......

Relief Agency Fed 30m.

THANKS to the distribution of surplus food by the United States Catholic Relief Services, the hunger of almost 30 million people has been relieved in the past 12 months. Bishop......

Persecution And Rebellion In

S. Sudan BY A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT T HE life of the Church in Southern Sudan is being threatened in "a de-facto persecution", said Bishop Ireneus Dud, African-born Vicar......

Santamaria Sacked By Archbishop?

M R. BARTHOLOMEW SANTAMARIA has been removed from his post as commentator on a . weekly Catholic TV programme in Melbourne, Australia, where he is president of the Catholic......

Curate Resigns

Twenty-eight-year-old Church of England curate, the Rev. Richard Wilson. of St. Aidan's Church, Carlisle, has resigned his post and is to receive instruction in the Catholic......

Literary Prize For Maritain

F RENCH Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain, 81, has received France's national grand prize for letters. The prize, created in 1951, was for the first time awarded on the......