Page 1, 26th June 1964

26th June 1964
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Laymen Seek Right To Voice Their Views

By CHARLES McGAHON A CALL on the English Hierarchy to take heed of the growing body of educated lay opinion in the country was made by several speakers at the World Book Fair in......

Flixton Stops The C.h.

Catholic Herald Reporter S ALES of the CATHOLIC HERALD and the UNIVERSE have been stopped in the parish of St. Monica, Flixton, Lanes., because of their treatment of questions......

Vernacular Ordered For England And Wales

Catholic Herald Reporter T HE English and Welsh bishops have decided to introduce the language of the people for the whole early part of the Mass—from the opening prayers to the......

Australia Ready To Start Too

T HE Catholic bishops of Australia have decided to adopt English for all those parts of the Mass which are said aloud except for the Preface. The new usage is to go into effect......

Deacons' Ministry

By Joseph Carroll PAR IS A FRENCH bishop has announced that from next year the students for the priesthood in his diocese will not be ordained until one year after they have......

2,000-hour Vigil For Civil Rights

By a Special Correspondent (`C ATHOLIC, Protestant and Is- 41 Jewish seminarians in Washington have been keeping a joint vigil for 24 hours a day since April 19 across the......

Inter-faith `message' For Students

Ry Donal Musgrave S IXTE EN speakers of all denominations, including the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Ramsey, and five Catholic priests, will be taking part in an intensive......

C.s.g. To Discuss `pacem In Terris'

Archbishop Grimshaw of Birmingham is expected to attend the opening of the Catholic Social Guild Summer School which will take place in Manchester, August 8-15. Theme will be......