Page 4, 9th February 1987

9th February 1987
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Policing James Anderton's Thoughts

FEW churchmen have, in recent times, received as much publicity for their public utterances on morality as Chief Constable James Anderton of Greater Manchester. His language has......

Waite's Safe Return

EIGHT centuries ago Islam and Christendom were at bloody war with each other with little quarter being given on either side At the height of hostilities, early in the thirteenth......

Boycott Of

sexist • liturgy commended I READ in the Catholic Herald January 23, that five altar servers were refused entry to the sanctuary in Westminster Cathedral for no other reason......

Your Readers Will Have Heard About The Mass Celebrated Last

week at Westminster Cathedral for the Diocese's Caribbean communities; some may have attended and listened to the Cardinal's thoughtful words on friendship and on unity between......

God As Man And Woman

MARY Kenny (December 19) was theologically incorrect in stating that Mary is a 'feminine element in the divine.' She is not. She is a created human being, and however highly......

Candidates Needed

IN THE past your readers have been very helpful to us in the selection of the Catholic Women of the Year. The committee chooses four women from all walks of life, not only the......

Bugging Is Unchristian

PEACE Sunday this year seems to have coincided with a fresh outbreak of hysteria concerning national security. We have the controversy concerning the new spy satellite, and the......

Unity Literature Lacking

AFTER 30 years, we are all greatful for great progress in ecumenical work. There seems, however, to be a tranquility, if not complacency which is born not of peace but rather of......

One Line Peace Prayer

SINCE the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity has been observed, may I call attention once more, through your paper, to the one-line prayer for Unity. 'Oh god, please heal our......

International Peacemakers

In the first of an occasional series of articles, Malcolm Muggeridge looks at the work of James Anderton and Terry Waite, and sets it alongside that of Mother Teresa. MALCOLM......