Page 3, 6th November 1964

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Drinks Tax Yield Could Aid Alcoholics

By Donal Musgrave A DEMAND that the Government divert part of the £49 million a year it gets in tax on alcohol to the growing problem of alcoholism was made last week at an......

An Early

rush for places N EARLY 100 religious cong re g ations have already applied for places at the Vocations Exhibition to be held from June 27 to July 4 at England's bi gg est......

Problems Ahead For Schools

By ANN KIM1vIEL T HE new system of local government in Greater London would certainly present problems for Catholic schools, Mr. R. F. Cunnin g ham, secretary ofthe Catholic......

Chaplaincy

to open THE 1,000 Catholic students at Manchester University will begin using their new £117.000 chaplaincy in the next two weeks. although the official openin g by Bishop......

Minister In A Hurry •

T HE Catholic Church's work towards unity should not give Protestants an excuse to sit back and wait. the general secretary of the British Council of Churches, said in Guildford......

Ycw Hits At Waste Of Talent

Catholic Herald Reporter A IMLESS drifting and waste of talents among young people can be stopped, declares the Young Christian Workers' annual report, published this week. The......

Searciiing For More Contacts

T HE Sword of the Spirit hopes to establish more personal contacts next year in its work of spreading "a true Catholic international outlook and the commitment that results from......

'heartfelt' Plea On English Mass

Fr. Michael Hollings, Catholic chaplain of Oxford University, made a "heartfelt" plea to Catholics to accept fully the idea of using En g lish in the Mass when he spoke at the......

Practice Mass In English

A practice Mass in En g lish p e opl e facin g the ople will be said at St Augustine's Church in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. on November 22, a week before the First Sunday in Advent.......

'parents Are The Professionals'

By ROBERT J. HOARE C ATHOLIC teachers who take upon themselves the responsi Fr. Rorke said the responsibility for the religious formation of the children rested with the......

Giving 'an Inside View

ro Tuesday about 60 head14-0 teachers and priests attended the first meetin g for chaplains of Catholic secondary and comprehensive schools in Westminster Archdiocese since they......

Thousands See Exhibition

During its fortni g ht showin g in Cardiff, the Lord's Supper Exhibition drew 5,500 visitors, includin g many non-Catholics and more than 3,000 school children. Rev. J. C. Read,......

Successful.

A member of the parish of St. Ambrose described the method of the two missioners. Fr. Shiel and Fr. Conran. They, the parish clergy, and nuns call on Catholics neighbouring the......

Standing Room Filled Chairs Have Been Placed Round The Walls

of the room, and standin g room is filled. The children sit on the floor. A missioner explains to those who have not been to Mass for years what is going on. Hands are raised by......

Lost Money Aids Hospital Visitors To The Catholic Hall At

St. Ives, Cornwall, durin g the past summer put more than £79 in collectin g boxes for St. Michael's Hospital, IlayIe, bringin g the total over the past five summers to £396. A......

Priory Preserved Much Wenlock Priory, One Of Most Ost Famous

ancient buildin g s. has been taken over by ry of Work the Ministry It is expected that restoration work will be g in soon. The priory, which dates back to the seventh century,......

Salesians' Exhibition

A missionary exhibition showing the work of the Salesianlatthers in their 1,287 houses in five continents attracted many visitors including non-Catholics, last week to the......

Police 'discover' Nunnery The Foundations Of The Medieval...

of St. Mary, dissolved and destroyed in 1536, were brought to light when work started recently on the site for the new county police head q uarters at Chester. "I he police......

Clothing For Aged Thirty Churches Of All Denominations In...

are supportin g a "Help The A g ed" appeal on November 25 and 26. Eleven churches, including several Catholic, will be used as centres for the collection of clothing. The......

New Stafford School Work Is To Start In April On

a £60,000 Catholic school at Highfields, Stafford, for nearly 300 children between the ages of 5-11. Another Catholic school in the town. St . Austin's where children use......

Monsignor's Jubilee The Vicar-general Of The Portsmouth...

J. Millarkey, who celebrated 25 years at St. Peter's Church, Winchester, last week, was pre sented by his parishioners with a typewriter and a new version of the Breviary. in......

Our Lady's Catechists Fr. Peter Giffin, S.t.l., L.s.s.,...

Seminary, addressed more than 104/ members of Our lady's Catechists at their autumn meetin g on Saturday at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Hammersmith. His subject was the Old......

Our Lady Of Good Counsel A Demonstration Meetin G Of The

Praesidium of Our Lady of Good Counsel of the Legion of Mary was recently at St. Mary's held re, Derby , Ii) recruit new members and to show the rest of the parishioners the......

'learning To Understand' A Le G Ion Of Mary Exhibition,...

Understand", opens tomorrow in St. Mary Magdalen's Hall, 96 North Side, Wandsworth Common. Books, posters and models will show how parents and teachers can help children to......

A Fish That Calls For Help

IAA FISH in the window means "S 0 S" to a growing number of Church of En g land parishes. I 1 ouse-hound people who find theansels es in trouble hang a cardboard fish in the......

Anglican Bishop On Unity's Roots

W ORLD-WIDE Church unity could remain a "phantasy" if local co-operation between different Churches did not improve, said the Rt. Rev. Geoffrey Allen, Anglican Bishop of Derby,......