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Catholic Profiles: 52

ANN CASSON WRITING of Ann is like trying to pin down a butterfly with a harpoon. She is elusive and in this quality she it Ann. She has a habit of sitting slightly sideways on......

Uestions Of The Week

Bri The Editor The Future of Germany nN another page we print an interview With Mr. Stokes, M.P., in which he gives our reauers the Derwin 01 his views about Inc treatment 04......

Catholic Herald

FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1946. HEAD OFFICES: (17. Fleet St., London, E.C.4. (CENtral 6264-5) BRANCH OFFICES: 30. Manchester Street, Liverpool and (HUYTON 1979) t 1, King Street, Leeds.......

Feminine Foruml Conway I All Catholic Girls Who Come To

London from the provinces to work will agree that there is great need for more hostels where they can stay, if only while looking tor permancnt lodgings. There are some excdlent......

A Layman's Pulpit

The Day of Rest AS one passes from the story of the Passion to that which narrates Our Lords' appearances to His disciples after the Resurrection, one finds that elle tension of......

Kalenioar

MAY 12 18 Sunday. May 12. Third Sunday after Easter. (White.) Monday May 13. St. Robert Bellermine, Bishop and Doctor of the Church. 1621. (1411:11e3 Tuesday, May 14. Of Octave......

English Saints And The Bishop

connection with the letters appeal' ing on fostering devotion to out native saints, a New Brighton reader sends me the following story, told about Dr. O'Reilly, the first Bishop......

Our Political Leaders I Extract From A Delightful Survey Of

the present parliament by Malcolm Muggeridge in the eurrent New En g lish Review some thumbnail sketches of our more eminent parliamentarians: Mr, Attlee: '' He was quiet,......

In A Few Words

Church in the Royal Academy T FIL Royal Academy this year contains a somewhat unusual exhibit in the shape or the photograph of the model of the proposed new church and hall for......