Page 3, 28th January 2000

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Bishops Plan To Reform Icel

By Simon Caldwell THE BISHOPS in charge of the translation of liturgical texts from Latin into English have taken the first step in answering criticism from the Vatican over the......

Priest Battles To Save Last Coal Mine

By Nigel Green A YOUNG priest has challenged the Prime Minister to put his Christian principles into practice by saving the last coal mine in the North East from closure. Fr Joe......

Schools Urged To Put Faith First

Survey calls for an overhaul of religious education By Luke Coppen THE TEACHING of religion must be upgraded in Catholic schools and set within a clear national framework, a......

School Faces Un Court

A LONDON council is preparing to defend a Catholic school against allegations of religious discrimination, writes Citra Sidhu. A spokesman for Wandsworth Council said this week......

News In Brief • The Catholic Building Society Has Given

a £10,000 cash boost to The Passage Day and Night Shelter. The CBS, a mutual society founded in 1960, came up with the money to pay for a new telephone system in the Passage's......

Nuncio Calls For Church Unity

THF APOSTOLIC Nuncio in Great Britain has urged Christians to "be more united everyday" and not to despair over the obstacles to full unity between the churches. Preaching in......

Bishops Recover After Major Cancer Surgery

By Simon Caldwell A sEcoNo English bishop has informed the Catholic people of his diocese that he is unable to continue his duties because of cancer. Bishop John Brewer of......

Carey's Anger At

Anglo Catholics By Luke Coppen THE ANCHBISHOP of Canterbury has branded Anglican churches which use the Catholic liturgy as "theologically bizarre". Speaking to The Times this......