Page 2, 6th August 1965

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Bishops Say 'yes' To Lay Leadership Service

From Our Correspondent (`C ATHOLICS in Korea who ' LA are without a priest may participate in a new "outmission service" under lay leadership. A revised format for such a......

They 'sing' With Their Hands

P LANS to make their faith more meaningful for the estimated 40,000 Catholics in America were mapped out fast week in Philadelphia at the 16th annual convention of the......

Big Decision Faces U.s. On Executions

From a Special Correspondent T HE United Slates government is currently caught up in a problem which is also facing several States and the man in the street: should capital......

Prepare For Art Changes, Says Priest

13 1G changes in Church art to match the changes in liturgy can be ex-. peeled, and even modern abstract an wilt probably be used more for ccelesiastkal purposes, said a noted......

Congo Dialogue With Adults

From a Special Correspondent IT is clear that the Catholic Church in (lie Congo must strive to have dialogue with adults, not children, an African church official said during an......

Peace Prize `war'

T HE long controversy over the Balms Peace Prize, established in 1957 by the terms of the Will of Signora Angelina Hainan Danic11i. has broken out again with a charge by her......

Vatican Broadcast Calls For 'more Reverent' Sundays

LONG exhortation for a more reverent observation of Sunday as a day dedicated to Christ was broadcast by Vatican Radio last week. Some observers said the broadcast had all the......

Universal Church Headlines

JESUIT HOPES TO OPEN 'HOTHOUSE' J ESUIT seminarians in America will have more contact with lay teachers and students and spend fewer years in preparation for their ordination if......

Nun's Reported Cure At Lourdes

An Italian nun from Tortona is reported to have been cured of a serious illness at Lourdes. Three operations had failed to improve her condition. Sister Luigina Traverse. aged......

French Writer Dies

P OPE PAUL VI expressed "sad emotion" over the death of Henri Daniel-Rops, a foremost French Catholic writer on religious subjects and historian, in a message of condolences to......