Page 3, 3rd July 1987

3rd July 1987
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returns THE patronal feast of St Aloysius Gonzaga gained added significance for the staff and pupils of St Aloysius's College, Highgate last Tuesday. Bishop John Crowley of......

Pilgrims Arrive

OVER 70 parishioners from St Peter's Church, Winchester returned from a pilgrimage to Lourdes on Sunday in two Across Jumbulances and one coach. More than half the members were......

New Media Man

JOHN Buckley, a Catholic who went to Campion School, St Helens, is to join BBC Radio 4's consumer programme You and Yours. A former policeman and worker for CAFOD he has worked......

Home Helpers

TWENTY—NINE senior citizens were entertained to tea at St Thomas the Apostle School last Thursday. Mr O'Shaughnessy, head of religious education together with six boys from the......

Methodist Post

THE British Council of Churches has appointed Rev David Haslam as Executive Secretary of the Community and Race Relations unit. Mr Haslam, a Methodist, has lived in a......

Agency Aid

TROCAIRE, The Catholic agency for World Development has announced the allocation of almost £1 million for development projects in the Third World. The funds are designated for......

Mary Honoured

AT AN open meeting to mark the beginning of the Marian Year the Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary met in St Mary's Hall, Bognor Regis to hear Fr Michael Hollings,......

Homelessness Taken In Stages

NEWS ANALYSIS Although 1987 has been nominated the International Year of Shelter for the Homeless, the homeless problem grows worse. Brian Dooley reports from Brighton on an......

Rector Appointed At Chester College

CHESTERS College. The interdiocesan seminary at Bearsden, has appointed as its new Rector Glasgow-born Fr Tartaglia to replace Fr Ward who is now returning to parish work in the......

Leeds Spells Out Changes

,LEEDS Diocesan authorities have produced details of their proposals for the reorganisation of Catholic Schools in inner Leeds. The existing system is proposed to be replaced by......

Christian Unity Invites A Holiday!

THE ecumenical Marantha Community is planning a "holiday week of Christin fellowship" in Wales at the end of August. The theme of the weeks events, which will take place at......

Newman Centenary Corner

THE Cardinal Newman Centenary Appeal to restore and improve Birmingham Oratory received a major injection of funds on Monday when the Lord Mayor handed over a cheque for £50,000......

Convent Courts New Public

YORK' S 'historic Bar Convent will open a new public museum tomorrow, marking in this way the visit to York of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of York. The new......

New Boy In The House With A Young Wife

by Brian Dooley "AS far as I know, I've got the youngest wife out of any member of parliament", Julian Brazier, the new MP for Canterbury, claimed proudly this week. He spoke to......

Choir Sings For Poland

AMPLEFORTH'S Schola Cantorum will give a concert at the Brompton Oratory next week, as part of a fund raising effort in aid of Poland's Medical Aid. Friday's charity concert',......

Discovery To Aid Babies At Risk

BABIES could be saved from unnecessary abortion because of a discovery by a pediatrician at King's College Hospital. Dr Anne Greenough, through a grant of £35,000 from the......

Centenary Celebration In Portsmouth

THE APOSTOLIC Pro Nuncio, Archbishop Luigi Barbarito and Archbishop Michael Bowen of Southwark were present this week at the Centenary celebration of the Dedication of the......

Women Want To Dance To New Tune

JACQUELINE Stuyt, addressing the 19th Catholic Women of the Year luncheon focussed on the conflict between modern women and the backward-looking attitude of the church. "If the......