Page 3, 3rd December 1993

3rd December 1993
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Cardinal: Teaching Morality A Task For All

BY ANGLTS MACDONALD CATHOLIC CHURCH LEADERS this week rejected suggestions that the Church has concentrated too much on social issues whilst neglecting to teach children the......

Who Is To Blame?

WHO SHOULD TEACH morals to children and who should take the blame when they go off the rails? The Herald asked a cross-section of Catholics for their views: MARGARET DOLAN,......

Wishy-washy' Teaching At Fault

BY SIMON MARKS THE COUNTRY'S TOP Catholic prison chaplain has criticised the "wishy-washy and unfocused nature" of teaching in Catholic schools as a primary reason for the lack......

Student Campaign Attracts Mps' Support

BY MURRAY WHITE L A BOUR AND LIBERAL Democrat MPs this eek gave their backing to a campaign by the Catholic Student Council, CSC, to preserve funding for Catholic university......

Bishops' Concern At Refugee Detentions

THE BISHOPS OF England and Wales last week voiced their "deep concern" at the large number of asylum-seekers held in detention, calling on the Government to consider......

'church Shop' Opens Gay Activists Give Pupils Condoms

A "CHURCH SHOP" which opened its doors at Liverpool's most popular tourist spot this week won't actually be selling anything. The "Churches' Anchorage" shop a joint initiative......

Threat To Free School Transport

HEADTEACHERS OF CHURCH schools in Wiltshire this week met to condemn proposals by their county council to end discretionary transport next year. The move comes just over a month......

News In Brief

Best read AN IRISH NUN has won the Westminster Bookshop Award for the best religious book of 1993. Sr Kathleen O'Sullivan, whose reflections on retreatgiving, Light out of......

Obituaries

Canon Martin Hancock A CONVERT TO Catholicism, Martin Hancock was ordained in 1934, and was actively involved in parish work until 1992. He served in Leigh-onSea, Warley; and at......