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By PAT JONES T IME is .so portant to women. The majority spend a gocal deal of their lives in a strai g ht fight with it chasin g the elusive......
April 9 to April 15
Cardirull C NIurphy-O'Connor (Westminster): Sum Celebrates solemn Mass of Palms. I Dam. Westminster Cailiedr,d 'ay.
By ANN DUMMETT Seven years ago, PEP (Political and Economic Planning, an independent research agency) produced a report on racial discrimination......
BISHOP BIRCH of the Irish diocese of Ossory, is in a quiet way rather a revolutionary. I visited him on a, soft Kilkenny afternoon to talk about......
David Melding on the perils of life on the street for Brazil's youngsters and church efforts to make sure they manage to reach adulthood RECENTLY......
Daniel Brennan S hould society allow the terminally ill to ask that they be assisted to die by doctors and nurses? On October 10 the House of......
By Nigel Kennedy T HIS has been one long hot summer that America and indeed, the world — won't forget. Stokely. Carmichael and Adam Clayton Powell......
by A Social Investigator UNDER the l ' j a heading, Home for a Child the News-Chronicle recently printed a letter from the wife of school master,......
A Case For Catholic M.P.s By Father f. H. Crehan, S.). TWENTY thousand children are adopted each year in Great Britain. About 14,000 adoption......
By ANN KIMMEL N EXT autumn a nationwide drive will be launched to spread one of the fastest growing movements in the Church today—family groups.......