SIR,-As Mrs. Wall men
tions the work of Pax in the 1930s, may I make it clear that this society is still very much alive. and with the continued support of such outstanding
Catholics as Donald Attwater, Dr. Cecil Gill, Walter Shewring and E. 1. Watkin, seeks to unite and assist all who are opposed.
on Catholic principles, to preparations for mass-murder by nuclear and other weapons, even in so-called " defence."
The pages of our quarterly "Pax Bulletin" are not restricted to members of the society, and recent issues have included articles and letters by (among others) Fr. Franziskus Stratmann. 0.P., Canon F. H. Drinkwaieri Dom Bede Griffiths, 0.S.B., Fr. Conrad Pepler, 0.P., and Fr. J. F. T. Prince, as well as reprints and reviews of publications abroad.
Our efforts arc, we feel, -amply rewarded when we receive such letters as that from a new member who wrote in January: " I have been on the verge of leaving the Church because I was under the impression that 1 was a heretic but I have now been given new hope."
We should welcome the practical help and interest of more of your readers, whether as members or as sympathisers, and we beg above all their prayers for our work.
Charles S. Thompson Editor, Pax Bulletin 93 Malmstone Avenue. Merstham, Redhill, Surrey.