Who Can Quarrel With This?
SIR,—Although not a Catholic I am a keen reader of your informative journal. Your front page suggestion of a week or two back is the finest and sanest ever published—and the writer deserves a good pat on the back, It is a pity that such a wonderfully clear plan was not re-printed in pamphlet form and widely distributed. I have kept a copy carefully and hope to have this done with your permission. Twenty thousand of such pamphlets into the homes of the electors would make a difference.
Even our Lord, if I am worthy of mentioning Him, declared it was not much use saying " be ye filled, if nothing was given to eat," and so you, sir, arc offering a plan on the exact lines of Christ—get the mind and body right first—with healthy work and food, then the acceptance of religious duties to God will follow as day comes after night.
Who can quarrel with that? G. J. MAYOR, M.B.H.Inst.(Lond.). Bank Chambers, Hawarden Road, Colwyn Bay.
[We hope to have special pamphlets printed on the scheme, and shall be glad to hear of volunteers willing to distribute them in the right quarters.—Enrron.]