Page 3, 23rd June 1978

23rd June 1978
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Exodus Calls For The Handicapped

About 5,000 children now living in mental handicap hospitals will be provided with alternative homes if a campaign launched yesterday by five national organisations is......

• • Carmehtes M Glasgow

A new missionary venture got under way in Glasgow's East End last week when two Carmelite monks moved into the parish of St Mary's, Abercromby Street. Fr. Paul McChrystal and......

C Of E Supports Private Inquiry

Support f o r the Government's decision to hold a private judicial inquiry into Amnesty International's allegations of police brutality in Northern Ireland came this week from......

Repairs To Chapel Start

Repair work, to cost £6,500, began this week on the historic Red Mount Chapel, Norfolk which earlier this year was the centre of a row between conservationists and Fr Leo......

Spreading Taped Word

A Benedictine monk from London is going to set out for Australia next month to spread the message of the Gospels by tape. Fr Edmund Flood OSB from St Benedict's Abbey, Ealing......

Group In Cult Row

The Evangelical Alliance has strongly denied allegations by a multi-faith organisation that a conference held in Hertfordshire last week on the "Challenge of the Cults" was......

Peace Shop Set For London

A 'One World' shop is to open in London in October as a joint venture run by Pax Christi at St Aloysius Church, Euston. The shop will stock popular cheap development and peace......

News Analysis

Anglican problems on road to unity John Carey shines some light on the difficulties which still keep the two major churches apart. The recent announcement by the Protestant......