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April 9 to April 15
Cardirull C NIurphy-O'Connor (Westminster): Sum Celebrates solemn Mass of Palms. I Dam. Westminster Cailiedr,d 'ay.
By PETER NOLAN For many of the nine million men and women of retirement age in Britain the end of a lifetime of hard work has been rewarded by......
jOHr BERRY was ri g ht, in his le ter of December 29, to see abortion as a theological issue — but wrong in seein g evidence from genetics, etc.,......
By Ann Kimmel B RITAIN'S Catholic lay organisations will plunge into the country's social problems next year with an energy they have never shown......
'The North and the Midlands did us proud', Phyllis Bowman, of SPUC, told PETER JENNINGS after the biggest ever anti-abortion rally and march last......
Sisters of Mercy make £16 million from sale, but plan to give it away. Christina Farrell reports A N ORDER OF English nuns has raised £16 million......
Report finds a third of Catholic migrants are paid less than minimum wage BY MARK GREAVES CATHOLIC MIGRANTS in London are being forced to endure......
TODAY sees the opening in that byword for suburban chic, Milton Keynes, of the much-hyped ecumenical Church of Christ the Cornerstone. Cardinal......
Anglican Protests By F. J. FIELDING LEEDS. I spoke to Canon Glover, Anglican Vicar of Selby, Yorkshire, whose protest against putting savings......
BY MARK GREAVES CASH RAISED from the sale of a Catholic college in Oxford is to be used to fund an estimated £250,000 worth of grants each year,......