The Hopeless Case
SIR, — I have noted with great interest the many acknowledgments to the great St. Jude througn your paper for favours received, and have wondered.
The nations have embarked upon a course the end of which no man can
foretell or even guess. One thing is clear, the Church is suffering in many lands and is unfortunately likely to suffer touch more before any new order of things can be established.
Most certainly, if ever an outlook was dark and, humanly speaking, nopelens, It is now, and surely the sudden increase in devotion to, and reward from, St. Jude is a pointer it would be folly to neglect.
I have In mind a great campaign of prayer to this Saint and feel that you, Sir, in your position in Catholic journalism, could organise such a campaign most efficiently.
H. L. WATSON.
" Burnside," Glaisdale, York.