Page 1, 25th November 1960

25th November 1960
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The Prime Minister Audience

W ITH all the splendour and pomp of an official visit, Mr. Harold Macmillan was received in audience by Pope John on Wednesday. The Pupe expressed his "great pleasure and deep......

American Bishops Deplore `groupitis'

T HE decline in the sense of individual responsibility was deplored in a statement issued last weekend by the United States Hierarchy after their three - day annual meeting. The......

Archbishop's Plea To India & The World

"NOT once so far has India's flag been carried by her armed forces into any theatre of war save under the auspices of the United Nations." This was the tribute which Archbishop......

Protestants Send In Pro Posals Too

SECRETS OF THE COUNCIL A HUGE metal filing cabinet in a building a stone's throw away from St. Peter's, Rome, hides secrets that the world may not know for another two years:......

Threat To Sanctity Of Life Arouses Dismay

M.P. INTENDS TO LEGALISE ABORTION By NORMAN St. JOHN-STEVAS ATHOLICS will be dismayed to learn that Mr. Kenneth Robinson, the Labour member for St. Pancras North, who has drawn......

Pope John Will Not Be Seen

THE Pope will not now be ap pearing after all in the BBC TV programme "Report on the Vatican" on December 1 — next Thursday. He said he did not wish to take advantage of the......

Four More Cardinals

Consistory now seems certain F URTHER to the rumour widely circulated last week, it now seems certain that the Pope will call a Consistory on December 19 in order to name four......

Leeds Knight

F OR outstanding services to the Church in the Leeds diocese, Mr. Edward Stoker, secretary of St. John's Hostel for Catholic boys on probation (Hyde Park Road, Leeds), has been......

Today Marks Another Milestone

Today Pope John enters his 80th year. He was born at Sotto it Monte in Northern Italy 79 years ago, and this bust at the annual exhibition of the Society of Portrait Sculptors......