Page 1, 7th December 1962

7th December 1962
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Council Ends First Stage

Agenda now reduced to 20 main projects VOTING ON LITURGY r HE first session of the Second Vatican Council ends tomorrow (Saturday). Pope John XXIII now reported to )e rapidly......

The Pope: Rapid Recovery

)OPE JOHN has improved so rapidly in the course f the week that he now hopes ) attend the ceremonies in t. Peter's on both Saturday d Sunday. On Saturday, to Vatican Council......

Canonisations On Sunday

From A. R. McElwain ROME, Wednesday T HE first session of the Second Vatican Council closes on Saturday morning. It is still doubtful whether Pope John's health will permit him......

Thousands Write For C.e.c.

courses Catholic Reporter O VER 9,000 coupons have been returned so far as a result of the autumn advertising campaign by the Catholic Enquiry Centre. Announcing this during the......

Crucial Issue Faces Council

V ATICAN Council Fathers at the weekend opened the V debate on what may prove to be the crucial issue before them, the project on the Church itself, entitled De aclesict. It......

Hopes Of New Inter-faith Talks Here

From Fr. Gabriel Slater, A.A. ROME, Wednesday. CUMENICAL conferences with Free Church theologians as well as with Anglican theologians may, it is hoped, take place in Britain......

Christmas Number T His Week's Issue Is The Annual...

of the CATHOLIC HERAT,D and contains nine extra pages of seasonal features and articles. Best-selling author JOHN BRAINE is interviewed by JOHN HORGAN; extra pages of adult and......

Let Experts Study A-war

A GROUP of French bishops has asked the Second Vatican Council to create a commission to deal with such contemporary problems of world significance as atomic warfare. The......

Carmelites Petition Council

C ARMELITE Fathers have presented a petition to the Vatican Council asking that the Sacred Congregation of Rites consider the canonisation cause of Fr. Titus Brandsma. a Dutch......

Stickers For Aid S Tickers Are Being Placed On The Rear

windows of cars in all parts of Germany indicating that the drivers want a priest in case of accident. The stickers—bearing the letters SOS against the background of a cross—are......