Page 5, 3rd March 1961

3rd March 1961
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'twelve Apostles'

ST. CUTHBERT'S IS UNIQUE E IGHTY years ago, when St. Cuthbert's Grammar School, Newcastle-on-Tyne, opened Its doors for the first time, there were twelve boys —the Twelve......

A Prisoner Now Makes Rosaries

C.H.' REPORTER A WHOLE school of some 500 boys and girls has become a workshop for the missions. The school is St. Bernard's, in East London. The work which all the pupils are......

Archbishop Heenan Regrets . .

Owing to the tax on his time demanded by his work with the Secretariat for Christian Unity Archbishop Heenan has been compelled to cancel many of his engagements. Among them is......

Heirs To Clowns

By FREDA BRUCE LOCKHART T HE cinema's great clowns belonged to its earliest beginnings. Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Harry Landon, Harold Lloyd, and at a sli g htly later more......