Page 3, 26th June 1964

26th June 1964
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Fear, Ignorance, Hit Collections

`COVENANT BOGEY' By MARIAN CURD F EAR of the tax-man, ignorance of procedure, and a lack of trained lay helpers are losing the Church in England and Wales thousands of pounds......

Dr. Ramsey Welcomes `new Trends'

Catholic Herald Reporter T HE Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Ramsey, last week welcomed what he called the "new trends in the Church of Rome". Dr. Ramsey was preaching a special......

Tent Holiday For 600

Catholic Herald Correspondent More than 600 boys from the Shrewsbury diocese and from Manchester will enjoy a week's holiday by the sea this summer thanks to the Ozanam Camp......

Labour Plain's

NE UV CO URTS FOR FAMILILS Catholic Herald Reporter MAJOR recommendation to "treat the family as a whole" is strongly made in the new Labour party report on crime. issued last......

Clean Up Tv Campaign Has New Support

Catholic Herald Reporter T HE campaign to clean up BBC television is gaining momentum. Already the number of signatories for the petition being organised by "The Women of......

Expansion By Building Society

Catholic Herald Reporter ONDON'S Catholic Build ing Society announced plans this week for opening centres in Birmingham and Liverpool hefore the end of the year. This will bring......

Youth Service Inaugurated

Catholic Herald Reporter A live point charter to promote the work of the Youth Service through the development of clubs and centres under Catholic sponsorship, is announced by......

Years Of Skimping Pay Off

Catholic Herald Reporter B Y using a wooden church for 30 years, living in a bungalow. never employing a housekeeper, making his own church furniture, and "never paying 2d.......

New Shrine For St. Simon Stock

Catholic Herald Reporter IN a special ceremony to be conducted by Bishop Cowderoy the relic of St. Simon Stock, taken to Aylesford from Bordeaux in 1951, is to be enshrined in a......

Mass At Whitby In Howling Gale

From B. A. Harrington A HOWLING gale blowing A cold North sea winds on a traversty of a summer's day across the heights upon which St. Hilda built her abbey did not deter more......

Cheshire Ship From U.s.?

Catholic Herald Reporter T HE Government of the United States may lend a ship to Group Captain Leonard Cheshire. V.C., to sail on missions of mercy to S.E. Asia. A new......