Page 5, 6th June 1947

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Dr. Tiso Was Not Buried With Catholic Rites

By Peter Pridavok Dr. Josef Tiso, priest-President of Slovakia, was not buried with Catholic rights, as the News Service of National Catholic Welfare Conference of American......

News Of The Eastern Churches

by Donald Attwater MOHAMMEDANS AT MASS The Bishop of the Catholics of Ethiopic rite in Eritrea, Abba Khidane Mariam Kassa, recently dedicated a new church at Mogareh in Kheren,......

Tito Lets In Ten Protestant Leaders

The Yugoslav authorities have given their approval to a request from ten prominent American Protestant leaders to visit Yugoslavia for a "first-hand investigation of religious......

Catholic Choirs To Sing At International Eisteddfod

By a Staff Reporter The opening of the first international Eisteddfod at Llangollen on Wednesday next, June II, has been the means of bringing together for the first time some......

Listen To This

THE CHURCH TO-DAY. Fr. Paul Crane, S.I., discusses in this series Workshop Christianity — Yesterday and To - day. North of England Home Service, Sunday, June 8, at 1.40 p.m.......

Repatriation Of The Ruthenians Complete

The so-called " repatriation," in fact deportation, of the Ukrainians and White Ruthenians from Central Poland to Russia is now completed. According to official statistics......

Another Thrust Forward In Wales

Newtown Has New Church By Frank Doolin Wales has another Catholic church: a century-old flannel mill standing above the banks of the infant Severn in the Friendly little......

St. Dominie's Portrait

What did St. Dominic look like? The founder of the Dominican Order died nearly 700 years ago, long before the day of the camera. No artist painted him during his life, nor did......

The Milkman Is The Priest

By MAX JORDAN At least one Catholic priest in Koenigsberg (now called Kaliningrad) is earning his livelihood by driving the milk-wagon, aeao.aing to ieports leceived in Munich.......

Rome's Railway Stations Still Teem With Waifs

By IVOR HALL One's first impression is that nothing has changed during the last year. The squalid, shapeless Railway Station is still swarming with unfortunate children whose......