Page 2, 28th August 1970

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Vatican Keeps Watch On Drugs Problem

FROM A ROME CORRESPONDENT T HE POPE is being kept closely informed of the drugs problem at his own request, and some Vatican observers believe he may soon issue a major......

`trust Africans To Develop Their Church'—archbishop

A N African archbishop said in an interview that Europeans seemed to put more confidence in computers than in Africans when it came to the development of Africa. He urged......

7,000 Families Rehoused By Christmas

By a Staff Reporter S HELTER. the national campaign for the homeless, said this week that by Christmas 7.000 previously homeless families, mostly from slums or hopelessly......

Conspiracy Trial Reopened In South Africa

FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT T HE trial recommenced in Pretoria on Monday of 15 men and five women who are accused of a joint conspiracy as members of the African National......

Sisters Of St. Joseph Chapter

FOR the first time in 61 years, the General Chapter of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace was held this year in Britain—at Mary Ward College, Keyworth, Notts, from July 31 to......

Pope's Tribute To Bishop Walsh

BISHOP JAMES WALSH, freed last month after 12 years in a Chinese Cornmunist jail, was thanked by the Pope at a private audience on Tuesday for "all that you have done and......

Two Church Groups To Merge

P RESBYTERIAN a n d Congregational Church leaders from 75 nations voted on Thursday last week to merge the existing World Alliance of Reformed Churches and the Inter national......

Concession By Smith On Land Act

FROM A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT C HURCH leaders in Rhodesia were told on. Monday by Mr. Ian Smith that they would not after all have to register as "voluntary associations" in......

New Bible Translation In America

AMERICAN Catholics will get a new translation of the Bible next month to replace the archaic Douai version which they have used for 220 years. , it was announced in Washington......