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POINTS FROM LETTERS

King Henry VI of Windsor

I feel certain that the following prayers will be of interest to those who have this cause at heart:

A PRAYFR FOR ONE'S NATIVP 1 AND 0 blessed King, so gracious and good,

Thou pray to set this realm in rest Unto our Saviour who died on Rood

And to his Mother, that Maiden blest,

That all-kind wrongs may be redressed To pleasure of the Deity, This I beseech at my request. Now, sweet King Henry, pray for me.

ANO IHER PRAYER

0 blessed King, so full of virtue. The flower of all Knighthood

that never was soiled.

Thou pray for us to Christ Jesu And to His Mother, Mary mild; In all thy works thou west never But full of grace and charity, Merciful ever to man and child; Now, sweet King Harry, pray for me.

CiEOFFREY C. PARR.

Patron Saint of architecture

Could you please find out for me who is the patron saint of Architecture? C. BASTIBLE, 5 Inkerman Street, Luton.

B. Anna Maria Taigi Mr. Rogers is right, it is an uphill fight to try and build a really Catholic family. Blessed Anna Maria Taigi is a wonderful help. How encouraging to find a holy woman who was neither virgin nor widow-her husband outlived her, she lived a normal married life and had seven children.

"MOTHER OF FIVE."

Sanctuary Lamps

I was very interested to read your note in this week's CATHOLIC HERALD about the new sanctuary lamp at Debden. It seems unnecessarily large and has one big defect it is made to hold what is known as a "sevenday wick." This is a fairly modern introduction which in the long run generally proves useless. The old method was by far the best, i.e., to attend to the sanctuary lamp every day, and use a wick which burns brightly for 24 hours.-Fe. DESMOND MURRAY. 0.P., The Dominican Convent School, Stoke Golding, Near Nuneaton.

Leeds Diocesan Catechism Commission

Part I of the Catechism for Infants is now nearing completion, and illustrations are required (ages up to six).

Would any artists who would care to undertake the work submit sample pictures to cover the following topics : The Creation, Guardian Angel with small boy and girl, Our Lady, Our Lord with children, the Crucifixion, a child in Church. Send to Mr, J. Branigan, 66 Jesmond Avenue, Bradford, Yorks (Chairman of the Commission).(REV.) G. HisicsittEee, St. Joseph's, Yews Lane,




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