Page 5, 2nd December 1938

2nd December 1938
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Page 5, 2nd December 1938 — "CHE COS'E IL W.F.A.?" Italian Interest in Work-For-All Scheme

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Locations: Milan, ROME


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"CHE COS'E IL W.F.A.?" Italian Interest in Work-For-All Scheme

From Our Own Correspondent


L'Italia, the Catholic daily of Milan, carries in large letters in a conspicuous part of one of the latest issues : " Che Cos'e it W.F.A.?"—" What is the W.F.A.?"and devotes much space to praising the new efforts of English Catholics and of the


Quotations are made from the messages of Cardinal Hinsley, the Duke of Norfolk, the Editor of the CATHOLIC HERALD, and J. L. Benvenisti.

The report concludes: " We are still, therefore. in deep waters, but whatever be the future of the W.F.A., it is an experiment which cannot be passed unstudied."

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