Page 2, 4th March 1977

4th March 1977
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A Modified Welcome For Benyon Bill

COMMENTING on the successful Second Reading of Mr William Benyon's Abortion Amendment B ill, Archbishop Dwyer said that although the Bill did not answer all the problems raised......

I'll Fight On, Says

Bishop Lamont Continued from page I President of the Bishops' Conference in England and Wales, sent a telegram to Bishop Lamont expressing prayers and support for his witness......

Rome Debate On Marriage Law To Continue

From a Special Correspondent AN OFFICIAL on the commission for revising the Church's Canon Law Code declared in Rome that the Vatican did nut want to stifle debate on a view of......

Pressure On Czech Bishops

r From Michael Wilson in Rome PRESSURES against Catholics in Czechoslovakia were denounced by the Vatican last week when four of the five bishops of that country found their......

Liverpool Cathedral Bequest

Mrs Elsie Elizabeth DonaldsWilson. of Eccles Old Road, Salford, Greater rylaneh e ster, who died in September, left £1 17,501 gross, fl l 1,349 net. She left £300 each to......

Bishop Removes Peace Priest From Wood Hall

Continued from page 1 when Wood Hall was to be the lynch-pin of the Peace Movement mainland organisation." He added that he had every hope that the Bishop would still agree to......

Trocaire Duel Continues

THE DUEL between • Bishop Casey, chairman of Trocaire, and John Kelly, Parliamentary Secretary to the Taoiseach, went a stage further this week when the Bishop hit back at Mr......

More Studies Of Holy Shroud

NEW scientific studies, and perhaps even a period of public display, of the Holy Shroud of Turin will begin next year, The shroud. kept in a huge chapel annexed to Turin's small......

Council

Bishop Gerald Mahon, Bishop in West London. and Miss Mildred Neville of CUR, were among those attending the first meeting of the newly formed Council of International......

A Survey Conducted By A Social Scientist Attached To Queen's

University in Belfast has discovered that Catholics in Northern Ireland are tied down by a complex of social inequalities which seriously affect their achievement. The survey......