WE CATHOLICS, A COLLECTION OF SPIRITUAL ESSAYS, by Robed Nash, SJ. (Gill, 5s.)
THE fact that these 136 pages are available at so popular a pi ice and the further fact that the book is offered to the public because of the success of the reprint of similar spidtual essays, which appear in a Sunday newspaper, sufficiently indicate the wide appeal of Fr. Nash's writing, Fr. Nash offers spiritual sustenance to the ordinary readsr, and eschews all controversy. With a light yet telling touch he elites about such topics as "Killing Time," "St. Margaret Mary," "At My Death Bed." "Penance Isn't Popular," "Our Separated Brethren" (particularly timely and effective), "Growing Up," and so on.