Page 2, 8th October 1976

8th October 1976
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Rhodesia Has Suppressed Torture Study

says Lamont Bishop Lamont of Umtali has announced that he will appeal against the 10 year prison sentence passed on him by a Rhodesian court last week for failing to report the......

Pope Begins His 80th Year After Weathering Many Storms

By John Muthig POPE Paul who began his 80th year on September 26, has experienced in the last 12 months the heights and depths of what being Pope is all about. There is no doubt......

The Week's Wills

Miss Ada Frances Bagnall, of St Joseph's Nursing Home, Oakhill Park. Liverpool, who died in August, 1975, left £21,852 gross, £21,691 net. She left £400 to St Mary's Church,......

Irish Churches Support Aid For Minorities

CHURCH support for a Bill of Rights to protect minorities in Northern Ireland and the establishment of a Christian centre to investigate social unrest are recommended in a......

Clarifying Mixed Marriage Strife

THE treatment of Church of Ireland partners in mixed marriages has for long been a cause of complaint, but there is now an opportunity for dialogue with the Catholic Church,......

Alcohol Dangers Warning

The alcoholic was no longer just a music-hall figure, and the number of young people with a drink problem was increasing, delegates at the annual meeting of the Society of St......

End Race Laws Call

In an outspoken open letter to the South African Government, Cardinal Owen McCann of Capetown demanded the abolition of laws and social practices which perpetuate racial......

Irish Priest Starts Job Training Unit

By Louis McConnell THE FACTORY Ulster Crystal in Belfast, one of the most successful job training units to be started by the Department of Manpower Services, is the brainchild......

Abbot Angry

at laicisation IN a letter to Cardinal Ugo Poletti, Giovanni Franzoni, the former Benedictine abbot recently laicised for opposing the Vatican's antiCommunist campaigns, has......

More West Indians Attending Mass

There has been an increase in the number of West Indians attending Mass in those areas of Birmingham and Londonwhere special chaplains to West Indians work, according to a......