Page 2, 10th May 1940

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Conversion Of England A Desperate Plea

SIR, — It would appear that shortage of space and increased postage rates (but surely not shortage of interest) are bringing this correspondence to an end. Before it closes......

A Prayer For Italy

Sne,—To-day when we are hoping and praying that Mussolini will not dra g Italy into war on the side of the Nazi anti-Christ, the Dominican office hymn for the feast of the g......

The Flood Photographic Evidence

SIR, — With reference to your answer to an enquiry about the Flood in " Here's The Answer " in the CATHOLIC HERALD for May 3, I beg to submit that direct evidence was found in......

Teresa Neumann What Should Be Our Attitude ?

SIR,—Your uncritical acceptance of the phenomena of Konnersreuth is not shared by the Bishop of Ratisbon (Theresa's Bishop). On December 10, 1937, in the Official Diocesan......

No Habsburgs

SIR,—Has Mr Hilary James put his problem correctly? He states that after Munich " our leaders declared the Allies would never have permitted the reconstruction of......

Sir, — I Am An English Catholic Living In Paris,

and for a long time past I have been a regular reader of Jo Suis Partout. This weekly organ is not a religious paper (though several of its contributors, and probably most of......

A Broadcast Play

Sni,—In attacking one sentence torn from its context in the play, "I Am a Jew," you remark that in a serious work the context might justify it. n Unfortuately, however, you......

Points From Letters Mass Films—may I Say That I Am

entirely in a g reement with your correspondent Miss Smith, on the sub j ect of the teachin g of the Mass by means of films. I saw the film she alludes to, with commentary by......

Kalendar Of The Week

Sunday May 12. Whit Sunday. Red. " And suddenly there came a sound n from Heaven a s of a mighty wind comin g , and it filled the whole house where they were sittin g . And......

At This Year's Academy

AMAZING ARRAY OF MEDIOCRITY B Y a lucky accident a day or two before visiting the Academy I happened to come across in an essay of Roger Fry's what is as good a rule of thumb......