Page 6, 8th March 1957

8th March 1957
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Franco Chooses Militant Catholic Leaders

Directors in new Cabinet of increased social welfare G ENERAL Franco's new Cabinet includes a number of militant Catholics who can be expected to apply the Church's social......

Children's Faith

Continued from page 1 "To fail in this way might easily undo the good that is so earnestly desired. and instead of bringing up children in the joyful liberty of 'the freedom......

Film Posters In Rome Bring Papal Protest

In an address to Rome's Lenten preachers on Tuesday the Holy Father protested that the Italian authorities were failing to apply fully the concordat between the Holy Sec and......

Theologians Meet

More than 150 theologians from many parts of the world will go to Lourdes to take part in the International Marian Congress in September next year during the celebrations of the......

Another Protest At New Race Law

"IT is quite impossible for the 1 . Catholic Church to exclude Africans from any of its places of worship," declares Archbishop Hurley, 0.M.I., of Durban, in a protest against......

'pray For Latin America'

Caught in a vicious circle, it desperately needs priests D URING this month the Holy Father asks the world to pray for an increase in the number of priests in Central and South......

The Polish 'club' Acts Cautiously

From a Correspondent THE leader of the Polish Catholic parliamentary " club," Dr. Stanislaw Stomma, says that its members will vote for the Government. Although he agrees that......

'waterfront' Priest Leaves

Fr. John M. C'orridan. the Jesuit who fought to break the gangs who contiolled the New Yo.k dockers' unions, is leaving the waterfront to teach economics. Fr. Corridan was......

Weekend In Parish For New Priests

P RIESTS trained and ordained in a new Italian seminary will stay on for a year to continue their studies from Monday to Friday and then spend the week-end seeing life as it is......

Mr. Nixon At Vatican

A message from President Eisenhower to the Pope will be delivered by Vice-President Niacin when he is received in audience during his three-day visit to Rome this week-end. The......