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Helsinki Decade Of Liberty?

At a time of intense Vatican activity in Eastern Europe, Kasia Giedroyc looks at conditions for believers in the USSR ten years on from Helsinki TEN YEARS on from the signing by......

Peace Vigils Mark Nuclear Anniversary

NUMEROUS EVENTS will take place next week throughout the country to mark the fortieth anniversary of the dropping of atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and......

`no-one's Gone Fishin?'

by Joanna Kennedy READERS MAY have noticed that the number of Bishops' engagements published in the Catholic Herald has decreased considerably as the summer progresses. A fact......

Clergy Brief Housing Minister

IN A WEEK dominated by controversy over the Government's housing policy Ian Gow the Minister concerned, visited several bed and, breakfast hostels for the homeless in Brent,......

Thatcher's Ungodly Devaluation

A MORAL defence of Government economic policy in response to attacks by several leading Churchmen has come this week from the think-tank for Conservative political philosophy.......

New Rector Of Allen Hall

A NEW Rector for Allen Hall is one of the special appointments in the Westminster Diocese made recently by Cardinal Basil Hume, Archbishop of Westminster, and the Area Bishops.......

Home News In Brief

President-elect THE General Chapter of the English Benedictine Congregation, meeting at Belmont Abbey last month, has elected the Rt Rev Dom Francis Rossiter, Abbot of Ealing,......

Hill House Celebrates

golden jubilee by Uvedale Tristram THE first nuns to practice midwifery in Britain are celebrating a golden jubilee today, August 2. The Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine......

Ecumenism Loses An Untiring Champion

MGR Richard Stewart, who died in Worthing on Tuesday morning, was an untiring worker for Christian unity. First as Secretary of the Ecumenical Commission of England and Wales......