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Page 6, 17th November 1944 — Stranded in Denmark, Fr. Martindale Keeps Writing
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Stranded in Denmark, Fr. Martindale Keeps Writing

Fr. C. C. Martindale, SI., who was caught in Denmark by the invasion when on a preaching tour in 1940, says he is in fair health and busy with his pen, according to a letter from him received lit Lisbon. He has been revising English translations of a book on Cicero, completing a life of St. Camillus and writing a series of Letters on Religion to four young men.

Fr. Martindale has also written and produced a revue entitled Miss Chutney of Putney. to aid prisoners of war. Ile is allowed to live in the convent of the Assumption nuns in Copenhagen. Occasional attacks of angina force him to the hospital for a few days.




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