your correspondents have ever heard of Blackfriars, The Month and The Catholic Gazette, to name but three out of a score of excellent Catholic monthlies published in Britain and Eire which interest and hold a worldwide reading public ?
There is an extremely wide scope in these Catholic magazines for young and new writers; but the standard demanded is high, far higher, in fact, than indicated by the ideas some of your correspondents appear to hold on the subject of a Catholic magazine. — ALFRED GROSCH, Bladon, Oxon.
I would like to point out to " N.D." that there is a magazine, the pages of which are open for use by young Catholic authors. This magazine is New World, published by the Young Christian Workers, the policy of which is that it should be a magazine popular in outlook, aimed at the masses, not obviously Catholic, but impregnated with the true Christian spirit and judgment.
New World has only recently come into being, and is meeting with increasing success. — MICHAEL HOOD, Young Worker Publications.