y I applaud Mr. Simon er and hope that action
• om it? A beginning made with Christmas English and with wellsrsions and tunes of tch as "the Old Hundich have become a firm e English national heri
e Westminster Hymnal too much tenderness toms from the penal times ig like that) or from days English Catholics were a I community with few its to choose front, as mards the judgment of whom the En g ish tradi:h has no appeal. Some Ins can only be described and vulgar; others are and certainly not Chester re sincere in praying for -sion of England. it will
s make. as in Germany ers, the hymns an invite)rship. suitable for popue, and not a gratuitous tful obstacle to that worm Catholic Church in which we are all too wi't scribe, at the request of
t lawyers, by names which hat it is not the whole Church) should be the Church of the English his consideration is better d sometimes in the Vatiin England itself.
George Catlin (Prof.). eh a II Court,