Page 2, 28th February 1969

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`church Cannot Stand Still' Says Bishop Harris

BY A STAFF REPORTER 1'0 suggest that all the moods of change in the Church would one day settle down—still more, to suggest that it would return to what use to be —would be......

Society's `greatest Shame'

B ISHOP REST1EAUX of ' Plymouth, writing in his Lenten Pastoral letter about the "modern permissive society," says: "We see only too well the devastating result of this new......

Catholic Firms In Westminster May Lose Premises

A NUMBER of old-established Catholic firms near Westminster Cathedral are facing the problem of finding new accommodation following the sale of land last year by the Westminster......

David Sheppard Appointed Bishop Of Woolwich

T HE former Test cricketer, the Rev. David Sheppard, is to succeed Dr. John Robinson as Anglican Bishop of Woolwich in September. Mr. Sheppard. aged 39, is at present warden of......

A Bortion Cases `jumping Queue'

for N.H.S. beds BY A STAFF REPORTER Dr. Joseph Dignan, 52, a general practitioner in East London, said: "A specialist cannot charge fees when treating patients in a Health......

Fewer Catholics In Scotland

D ETAILED figures about many aspects of the Church and the Catholic population in Scotland are contained in a report issued on Wednesday. It has been compiled by Mr. Anthony......

Irish Laity Council Opens

IRELAND'S National Council for the Apostolate of the Laity was formally inaugurated on Sunday at St. Patrick's College, Maynooth, with a Concelebrated Mass at which the......

The Clergy's Celebrated Chi] Dren

By a Staff Reporter T HE Church's celibacy rule has denied it many eminent men and women in different walks of life comparable to those who have emerged from Protestant clergys'......