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Whose tuns:

Str,-1 sincerely trust that the Hierarchy of Eng.and will administer a severe kiek in the artistic pants 01 Simon Elwes, and a sound episcopal box on the cars to the Editor of THE CAIHOLIC HERALD, for causing the real Catholics of this country to be insulted by that front page Protestant letter pubiished in your last issue.

It is not by adopting the favdurite tunes of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II that we Catholics prove our deep love and loyalty for her. The Act of Supremacy (1559). was also a favourite "hymn tune" of Queen Elizabeth I. but loyal Englishmen in their thousands died rather than adopt it

• Simon Elwes would have done

well to have attended the evening service ir Westminster Cathedral on the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes last Friday "Empty spaces-surely he means Westrniaster Abbey!"

Norman Durrett (Rev-) Cathone Ch u rch.

Boxmoot and Hemel Hempstead

A number of "Protestant' hymns are r ni ift On with our Catholic hymns EDITOR. C. H.




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