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Poland, oppressed on all sides, is still robustly Catholic. —Page 2.

Fascists, Nazis and Communists have taught us a lesson, said Cardinal Hinsley to the Young Christian Workers this week.—Page 3.

A great book of Catholic writers.—Page 4.

A schoolmaster wonders whether our great public schools provide the best kind of Catholic education.—Page 5.

Cardinal Hinsley appoints censors to examine Alfred Noyes's Voltaire—page 9; and Bernard Wall (1936 reviewer) disclaims certain possible inferences.—Page 6.

Franco's air raids on Alicante nearly all legitimate (British Commissioner's Report).—Page 7.

How German Bishops' pastoral was received by the Vatican.—Page 9.

Should a girl stay at home?— Page 13.

City—page 2; Film, Drama, Music, Radio—page 10; Irish news—page 11; Fr. Martindale —page 12.

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