Page 2, 9th February 1979

9th February 1979
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Further Prayer Campaign For Pope's Polish Visit

Polish Catholics gathered in churches throughout the country last Friday to pray that the Pope would be allowed to visit them in the spring and that he would bring freedom to......

'fake' Interviews Upset Lefebvre

by Frances Gumley Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, the leader of the Tridentinists has been the victim of fake interviews and gross misrepresentation, according to a spokesman for......

Archbishop Worlock Praises `gentil Knight'

Great professional wisdom combined with a joyful and childlike simplicity is how Archbishop Derek Worlock of Liverpool summed up the life of Mr Sidney Quick, the former......

Progress From Arcic

The Anglican / Roman Catholic International CommisSion has completed two clarifications on the agreed statements on the Eucharist and the ministry. Details of the clarifications......

Bcc Call To Prevent Rhodesia Famine

by John Carey A serious famine is imminent in Rhodesia unless the Rhodesian government and the leaders of the Patriotic Front guerrillas act at once to avert it, according to a......

Pope John Missal Out Soon

Every parish priest in England will be given a copy of the new "Pope John Sunday Missal" by next weekend. The missal!' which will be officially launched on Sunday, February 18,......

Rome Talks Aid Unity In The Spirit

A deeper sense of unity between Catholics and Methodists has emerged from a meeting which ended in Rome last week. A joint statement issued by the two chairmen of the Joint......

Britain 'on Suicide Path' Says Bishop

Collective greed is taking Britain on a suicidal path which will end in disaster, Dr Lesslie Newbigin, the head of the United Reformed Church, said last week. He told a meeting......

Lenten Sermons In London

Leaders of practically ever denomination in Britain will take part in a unique series of sermons to be given at the Church of St Lawrence Jewry, London, during Lent. The Lenten......

Infallibility At Oxford University

The doctrine of papal infallibility has been overwhelmingly upheld by Catholic students at Oxford University. In a debate held at the university's Newman Society last Sunday......