SIR-The idea has been conceived of starting an inter-Catholic School magazine. It is believed that it would fill a real need-the need for a paper setting out to express the views and opinions of Catholics of school age. It is suggested that a periodical of this kind should be run equally by the boys and girls of all interested schools: perhaps by forming a committee of representatives who would choose one of the number as chief editor.
Although many excellent publications are produced by individual schools, they inevitably tend to limit themselves to matters mainly of Local interest. The scope of the new suggested magazine would be wider, and would include, besides the short story. essay and poem. free discussions on topical matters of Catholic and educational interest. It would be possible to give those who are taught an opportunity to express their views on subjects usually left to teachers and educationalists. We should be very grateful for opinions and suggestions.
Peter A. T. Lock. C. J. R. Armstrong, I. F. Albert. R. A. Wettings.
Stratton-on-the-Fosse, Nr. Bath.