Page 3, 3rd February 1989

3rd February 1989
Page 3
Page 3, 3rd February 1989
Close

Aylesford Builder And Missionary's African Legacy

Fr Thomas Francis Burrowes, who played a leading role in the formation of priests for the Diocese of Kabale in south west Uganda, died two weeks ago aged 63. Educated at St......

No To Secular And Sacred Parallel Lines

Martin Newland, our correspondent at the 1987 Synod on the Laity, summarises the Pope's response to the issues raised at that gathering FROM the outset of his PostSynodal......

Plea For Safety Standards

LIVES are more important than profit on London's construction sites Bishop John Jukes warned this week. The area bishop for Kent told building company bosses that making money......

Life In Row Over Abortion 'video Nasty'

THE pro-life organisation L lie has vigorously denied that it shows its anti-abortion videos to children as young as ten after accusations appeared in a Birmingham newspaper at......

;liverpool School In 'opt Out' Row

A ROW was brewing this week in the city, and also feared it at a Liverpool Catholic school would mean the school might whose head wants it to opt out become selective in its......

Vocation In Education

IN A statement released by the Vatican yesterday Pope John Paul told Catholic schools they were "mandated by the Church. . . with encouraging vocations". In his message to......

New Youth Leader

FORMER Anglican clergyman Reg Harrow took up his new position as General Secretary of Catholic Youth Services this week. Mr Harrow has been manager of Buckingham County......

Diary Wins Book Award

THE diary of a man dying of cancer has won a major annual literary prize devoted to books which deal with issues of social concern. Catholic writer Tessa Lorant Warburg received......

From The Bishops' Diaries

ST John's Day celebrations at Wonersh Seminary on Tuesday dominates the Bishops' Diaries this week. Two of the bishops will be away all week. Bishop David Konstant of Leeds will......