Page 10, 28th April 1978

28th April 1978
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Hints On The Lector's Task

EVERYONE loves the sound of his own voice. The only point of those home tape-recording machines is to gratify this pleasure. And that ritual squeal of embarrassment given when......

Priest Hits Back In Row Over Chapel

A Norfolk parish priest has answered 'grossly exaggerated" allegations that his committee have been slow to repair the historic Red Mount Chapel at Kings Lynn and allowed it to......

Convent Girls' Aid For Lepers In India

Schoolgirls from Altrincham, Cheshire, have raised more than £1,000 for an extension to a leper hospital run by the Society of St Vincent de Paul in India. The - girls at Loreto......

Herald Readers' Gift To Pope Lightens Darkness

Readers who contributed to the "Pope Paul Birthday Fund" set up by the Catholic Herald last year to mark the Pope's 80th birthday will be pleased to . hear that the poor of......

Bishop Declares War On 'inflation Dragon'

The number of priests to be ordained in the diocese of Salford may have to be cut because of an acute shortage of' funds. Bishop Thomas Holland made this clear in a pastoral......

Coggan On Causes Of Crime

Immediate action Is necessary to combat the social conditions which cause crime, according to Dr Donald Coggan, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Writing in his Diocesan Notes for......

Hungarians Forced To Worship In Street

The Methodist congregation of Nagy Sandor Street, Kispest, a suburb of Budapest, are holding services in the street because of a recent measure against them by Hungarian police.......

The Drive-in Church

Drive-in church services, started as an experiment by a Co Antrim Presbyterian minister some time ago are remarkably successful. Rev. William Pedan, of Glenarm Presbyterian......