Page 3, 26th July 1985

26th July 1985
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Alliance Plans To Break Ni Impasse

by Jack O'Sullivan THE SDP/Liberal Alliance this week unveiled a major policy study on the future of Northern Ireland, plumping for power sharing, an "Irish dimension" and the......

Protestants Reproach Fiaich

PROTESTANT LEADERS have demanded an apology from Cardinal Tomas 0 Fiaich over his remarks that the largest proportion of religious bigotry in Northern Ireland comes from......

'assaulted Priest' On Obstruction Charge

DAYS AFTER the RUC confirmed it was investigating a complaint by Fr Parick McHugh, a teacher at St Macartan's College, Monaghan, that he and his 64-year-old father were......

Matching Concern With Facts

Cathy Corcoran looks beyond recent initiatives to help the starving of Africa I N October, Michael Buerk and a BBC camera team will return to Ethiopia. One year after the world......

Bishop Silent On 'defectors

• • by Kasia Giedroye THE RT Rev John Bickersteth, Anglican Bishop of Bath and Wells, recently revealed that three former Catholic priests have become Anglican priests in his......

Media Post

BISHOP Agnellus Andrew OFM was elected President of the European bishops' committee for the media at their annual general meeting in Munich on July II. Night signs THAMES......

'beat The Council' Call By Church

by Joanna Kennedy CHURCH LEADERS in Liverpool have appealed to ratepayers to take court action to end the city council's illegal budget battle with the government. ln a......

Fine Round At St George's

by Uvedale Tristram ONE of the most enthusiastic and energetic Catholic prep school headmasters of modern times has just retired after 21 years in office. Fr Francis Owen CJ was......

Jesuits Applaud Two Ecumenical Agreements

TIIE INTERNATIONAL symposium of Jesuit scholars which met in Oxford last week to discuss Church unity warmly welcomed two recent ecumenical agreements and urged active......