Page 3, 7th July 1989

7th July 1989
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News In Brief

Hong Kong challenge THE British Council of Churches has urged Foreign Secretary Sir Geoffrey Howe to change his stance on the future of Hong Kong. In a letter to Sir Geoffrey on......

Marginalised Have A Champion In Heaven

ARCHBISHOP Stephen Naidoo of Cape Town, a prominent anti-apartheid campaigner, died aged 51 in London recently where he had been convalescing after an angina attack. Here......

Law Calls For Ni Investment

THERE can be no peace in Northern Ireland without ,justice, Cardinal Bernard Law of Boston told a Belfast audience last week. And "without jobs there will be no Justice'. In a......

Green Plan For Christians

"SUPPORTERS of the Christian Ecology Group met in London on Saturday to respond to growing calls for Christians to be more involved in the Green movement. Members of the......

Non-conformists Seek State Funding For Schools

A GROUP of 50 Christian schools from the nonconformist traditions are seeking similar government funding to voluntary-aided Catholic and Church of England establishments. The......

Curates Criticised

by Rose Billington THE Church should do more to prepare curates for dealing with bereavements and funeral services, a leading undertaker has claimed. Mr Colin Field, a member of......

Dominicans Found New Peace Group

A NEW Catholic peace organisation, Dominican Peace Action, is to hold its inaugural gathering this weekend. The organisation already has 40 founder members including sisters,......

Warning On Bellamy Appeal

THE anti-abortion group Life this week warned Catholic beadteachers to be wary of an appeal sent to them by TV naturalist David Bellamy. The appeal, made on behalf of the......

People In The News

PUPILS and teachers were among the Catholics making the news this week. Far left is Louise Bagshawe, a sixth form student at Woldinghatts School in Surrey, who has won a major......

Taste Of The Pow-wow For Nuns

A BISHOP dined to the strains of gin-gan-goolie songs and a group of nuns are to be entertained at a camp pow-wow as part of a national guide competition. Members of the 2nd Our......

Journalist And Publisher Dies

Obituary Douglas Organ, the well-known Catholic journalist, died in Brighton last week aged 81. A sub-editor on the Universe from 1928 until 1935, and then news editor of the......