szt,—The very interesting article you publish this week on the work of the Catholic Enquiry Bureaus in Scotland suggests, by reference to a previous article, that something of the same kind might be done in London. It may interest your readers to know that the Westminster Cathsalic Enquiry Bureau exists at Archbishop's House for the same purpose and that our experience enables us to confirm your own expressed view of the value of the Bureau in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The Westminster Catholic Enquiry Bureau has two closely co-operating Departments. One, concerning itself with Social Service, deals with multifarious enquiries on charitable and educational works, advises on current problems and copes with a great deal of administrative work. The other is the Press Department, which supplies newspapers with information, facilities for reporting Catholic events, and any general assistance that can be given. Together these two, really indivisible departments of the one organisation, place themselves at the disposal of Catholic organisations in the diocese with ,a view to promoting effective action and co-ordinating Catholic activities.
We shalt be pleased at any time to receive enquiries and either to give the information we possess or to place enquirers in touch with the societies or persons directly responsible.
CHARLES H. WALKER. EDWARD 1. MACDONALD.
Westminster Catholic Enquiry Bureau, Archbishop's House Westminster, London, S.W.I.