Page 3, 24th August 1979

24th August 1979
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Churches Reopen As Dictator Is Ousted

CATHOLIC churches have been reopened in Equatorial Guinea bringing hopes that more than 10 years of persecution, perpetrated by the deposed dictator Francisco Macias Nguema,......

Tolerance Plea At Festival

Fr Anthony Ross, OP Rector of Edinburgh University, made a plea for tolerance when he preached the sermon on Sunday at the Mass in St Mary's Cathedral to mark the opening of the......

Youth Brings Message Of Hope

by Frances Gumley A GROUP of young Christians, Moslems and Jews (above) brought a unique message of peace and hope from the Holy land last week. The ten Jews, six C'hristians......

Archbishop's Visit

Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, the leader of the traditionalist movement has completed a four day tour of the Argentine. He visited a traditionalist seminary in Buenos Aires and......

News Analysis

The Notting Hill carnival has grown from a local festival to an occasion that attracts crowds from all over Britain and abroad. But as it has grown so has the level of violence......

Silent Retreat Increase

More people than ever are going on retreat, Father Brian Doyle, chairman of the Catholic National Retreat C'ouneil, said recently. Several religious institutions and colleges......