Page 3, 3rd July 1964

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Food More Vital Than Fewer Births

LORDS' DEBATE By HUGH KAY T HE mere distribution of contraceptives to the hungry nations is not going to solve the population problems of the world. This was brought home to the......

London Tribute To Pope

Catholic Herald Reporter T HE Apostolic D e egate, Archbishop Cardinale, celebrated solemn Pontifical Mass on Tuesday in Westminster Cathe dral in the presence of Archbishop......

Lourdes And Back In One Bustling Day

MASS FLIGHTS SOON By MARIAN CURD M ORE than 500 people-including many school-children -will be flying to Lourdes on September 8 on the first one-day mass pilgrimage to the......

Protest Over Building Plan

The Maria Assumpta Training College for teachers, the new hall of which was blessed by Archbishop Heenan on Friday, is involved in a row which threatens to upset the peace of......

Pledge On Schools Is Questioned

By ROBERT J. HOARE Our Education Correspondent T HE Labour Party, if elected, will undertake to reduce all school classes, primary and secondary, to a maximum of 30 by 1970.......

Bishop Warns On Training

Catholic Herald Reporter A WARNING that the current over-emphasis on specialised fields of education could be dangerous and lead to - a progressive animalisation of the human......

Tr Brief Reports

from around Britain TPION BALL, Newmarket, training house for young scholastics of the Holy Ghost Fathers, has been outgrown by the number of students joining the order. In......

Bishop Paid For Altar

The new altar of St. Peter and the English Martyrs which Bishop Cowderoy of Southwark consecrated in St. George's Cathedral this week will not be paid for out of diocesan or......