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Those Large Hats

Keywords: Mossley, Crying

QIR.-If mothers who took their

babies to Mass were always expected to use crying rooms, it would mean that those with several or many children would be isolated from the main body of the church for years, and at a time when domestic obligations make it difficult or impossible to take part in social or any other church activities.

Perhaps we are all a nuisance to other people sometimes. We cough or rattle our rosaries. latecomers hurriedly slam all the doors of theit car alms waking up the infant peacefully sleeping in the porch). or clatter up the aisle-even when the priest is speaking in the pulpit. It all depends on your point of view. "Mummy," said the small girl behind the two Sisters of Charity, "I can't see God because of those ladies' hats!"

(Mrs.) Julie Coleman 169 Brodie Avenue, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, 18.




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