Page 3, 10th July 1936

10th July 1936
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Exclusion Of Catholics

From Employment A State Of Perpetual Tension Free State Apathy From Our Irish Correspondent [On receipt of the report of the National Council for Civil Liberties the " Catholic......

Catholics Refused Work

Catholics—especially men—find it almost impossible to obtain work. Name and address are often sufficient to indicate religion. When these fail, the next question asked is,......

National Council Explains Its Motives

Ulster will not Answer We have received the following letter from the Secretary of the National Council For Civil Liberties in which it is explained that the Council is not a......

Irish Bishop's Representative In London Meeting Of...

A meeting of the Catholic Federation of the Archdiocen of Westminster was held at Caxton Hall on Monday to hear a representative of the Bishop of Down and Connor speak on the......

Render To The People The Things That Are The People's

The editorial in the July issue of The Christian Front discusses the problem of what part the State is to play in social reconstruction. The Liberals want the State to do......