Page 7, 29th October 1954

29th October 1954
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Junks Bring 5,000 Refugees

F IVE thousand Catholic Vietnamese refugees have reached Haiphong after a mass flight from Communist-held parts of Northern Vietnam in junks, small boats and even rafts. Most of......

Police Can Do All The Works Of Mercy

"IT is remarkable that when Our IlLord wished to bring home a special lesson or convey a special grace, He chose for the purpose someone who was in some way or other guardian of......

Kent Shrine

A T the end of a triduum in honour rt of St. Peter Chanel, the Marist missionary martyr canonised in June, Bishop Cowderoy went to St. Lawrence's Church in Sidcup on Monday to......

First Converts For The C.e.g.

'Catholic Herald' Reporter T HIRTY-EIGHT men and women who made personal contact with the Church for the first time last March when the Catholic Enquiry Centre began its work......

Travelling Missions Westminster.-mass Will Be Said On...

Village Hall, Ashwell, at 8.30 am. and at the Village Hall. Breachwood Green. at 10 a.m. On Monday, Feast of All Saints, Mass will be said at St. Margaret's, Great Gadesden, at......

World's Most Evil Creed

2,000 C.E.G. members meet "tuE must take Christianity into the trade unions, the coV V operatives, the employers' associations, the political parties and the cultural bodies,"......

Adoption Makes Way For

The children who wait at the door ALTHO UGH Cardinal Griffin's visit to the West Country last ALTHOUGH was greeted everywhere with great scenes of enthusiasm, it might almost be......