Page 6, 4th June 1937

4th June 1937
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Page 6, 4th June 1937 — PARIS TO-DAY SIR,—It is certainly true that different
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PARIS TO-DAY SIR,—It is certainly true that different

observers see different things. But surely you are going too far and conveying a doubtfully truthful impression in so immediately headlining and accepting the comments of your observer of " advanced sympathies " apropos of the "nightmarish tension, the suspicion and dislike" felt in the atmosphere of France and of Paris.

May 1 add the impression of another observer: that of a country with a profound, an active. an aware Catholic life, occupied with the daily to and fro of these essential human interests which make the substance of all our lives, distinguished by the quality of its Catholic papers, its Catholic books, and by the universal courtesy and generosity with which the visitor from abroad is treated.

Meaeot RonIR1 A DeivisoN.

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