When Mass Is Not a Mass
The little poem is published with illustrations by Lona Moran for a shilling, and I thought some of my readers might like to have it in memory of a true saint of our times. It is obtainable from the Assisi Press. Merchants Quay, Dublin. I have already heard that Er. Van Zwyt is doing good work for his friends on earth,
From Igoe to Tyrrell
MANY readers will, I am certain, be very sorry to hear that the last of Mr. W. J. lgoe's articles on the Theatre appears in this issue. Mr. Igoe who for many years has been on our staff, or writing regularly for us. has for some time been Editor of Books of the Month, and his work there makes it difficult for him to tind the time to see all thc London plays on which his feature is built. We have always had a very high opinion of his work here. and because he seemed to us as good a critic as any in the Press today we have maintained the feature even though so many readers live far from London. In future, the theatre and drama generally will be covered by a monthly, instead of a weekly article; and we are very glad to announce that this will be undertaken by Mr. T. Co. Tyrrell, writer of plays like "Celestial Fire" and High Horse," both of which. in addition to having been played in London, have been televised.