Page 2, 24th December 1971

24th December 1971
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'disfiguring' Of Jerusalem Worries Dr. Ramsey

BY A STAFF REPORTER F 4 CHO1NG Vatican anxiety over the future of the Holy Places in Jerusalem, Dr. Michael Ramsey, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said last week that he was......

Storm Over Car As Crib Centrepiece

A FORD Escort car which took the place of the Infant Jesus in a nativity scene in a Suffolk car dealer's showrooms has been replaced by a model of the Infant after complaints......

Ulstermen Blame Churches For Worsening Situation

BY A STAFF REPORTER T HE failure of any church to offer leadership was blamed for the steadily worsening situation in Ulster by the English-born chairman of the non......

China ' S Attitude To

religion unchanged FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT WHATEVER may be happening in the political sphere, there is no evident change in the Communist Chinese attitude to the Cathlic......

Catholics Send Over

BY A STAFF REPORTER A FURTHER £20,000 for the feeding, shelter and relief of the nine million refugees in India, including those made homeless by the recent hurricane in Orissa,......

Eading Experts On Human Rights Met — In Geneva Last

week—the staff of the joint World Council of Churches and Catholic Church Committee on Society, Development and Peace (Sodepax) to identify and examine various human rights and......

Bishop Baptises Baby Of Ex-comrade

WARTIME bond of friendship between a soldier and a trainee priest was strengthened recently when the priest, now a bishop and secretary of the Synod of Bishops in Rome, baptised......

Freed Man Who Drowned His Son

FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT L ivIO DAVAN1'S son was born in Rome without legs and with four fingers missing on his right hand. When the baby was 23 days old his father hurled......