IN CATHOLIC PRESS
—says Canon Roskell
Praise for C.H. Supplement
Press Sunday, held throughout the Birmingham Province on Sunday last, evoked admiration in readers of the UATI-10LiC HERALD at the enterprise of the paper in rising nobly to the occasion.
Its supplement, commemorative of the events and activities that make the Province noteworthy, received praise from all sides. Special allusions to the significance of the day were made from all the pulpits.
Some priests, as, for instance, Canon Roskell, of St. Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham, could make an analogy between the Blessed Trinity, the Feast of the Day, and the powers of the soul, going on to deal with the particular power of knowledge. Knowledge, said he, could be increased with our study of Catholic literature. " But how much food do we give to our mind and intellect?" he asked.
Canon Roskell's tribute to the Catholic Press was: " there is no hysteria of shrieking headlines in it, as in the secular Press."