Page 6, 10th September 1937

10th September 1937
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Fourth Centenary Of English Bible

A C.T.S. Opportunity? Sm,—At the Conference of the AS4Vciation of Education Committees held at Margate in June the following resolution was considered and passed : "......

The Small Shopkeeper

Site Were I dealing with the ordinary Commercial Press—in the sense of the big dailies—I would, at the end of Francis Hunt's articles be quite prepared to find the advice to buy......

A World-wide Menace

Sta,--The following quotations from your issues of August 20 and 27 make one wonder whether sufficient general attention is directed to what is evidently a worldwide menace. 1.......

Another Repudiation

SIR. --I am relieved that Mr. Benvenisti repudiates my attempt to formulate some implications of his remarks about employment. In point of fact. my last letter ended by asking......

Europe And Tiie Faith

Our Duty is to Europe Sot.—Father Martindale does not deny the vital importance of the Latin element in European culture which was the main point of my letter. But he appears to......

In Special Reference To Germany

SIR. The last part of Fr. Martindale's letter—hinting that even Lhasa might some day be chosen as the Pope's G.H.Q.strikes the right note. The literary " boom " in Graeco-Latin......

The Popes And Marriage

SIR,—I quite agree with you that " it is hazardous to express opinions unless we know all the circumstances." Hence my surprise at your statement, published in italics in a......

Support For Cardinal Gasparri

SIR,—My sole object for intervening in the discussion concerning Pope Celestine III was to ventilate the considered judgment of Cardinal Gasparri. His authority must carry......

Christian Attitude To Animals

A Reasoned Exposition SIR,—In reference to Miss Wines's personal opinions about the prevention of cruelly to animals which she wrote last week, I too have much to say on this......

R.s.p.c.a.'s Reply

StR,—I wish to reply to the article by Miss Stephanie Wines in your issue of last week. Realising that my reply must necessarily be a big advertisement for the R.S.P.C.A., 1......

Faithful Friends' League

SIR,—If, as I sincerely hope, Miss Wines's article has stirred any of your readers to a new conception of our duty towards the animal kingdom, I might mention that Miss Helen......

Mr Teeling And Facts

SIR,—When the average reader's suspicions are aroused by statements of alleged fact in a book, and he is unable easily to check the facts, he usually contents himself by judging......

Italy And The Slavs

Count Sforza Replies SIR,—May I submit to your readers two remarks in reference to the article on the Slays in Italy in your issue of August 6? It is true that in 1920 and 1921,......

Rites In Syria

From the Bishop of Urirna. SIR,—Why do British and American Catholics, who are so fervent in their own country, allow Protestantism to represent their countries in the East?......

Mailing Tiie Liturgy Better Known

To All With MissalVesperals! must refer again, with your permission, to my suggestion in your columns (July 30, 1937) concerning the revival of the Liturgy. It was an error on......

Westminster's General Mission

SIR,—In connection with the forthcoming General Mission throughout the Westminster Diocese, might it not be a useful thing to give an elementary grounding in the Liturgy from......

Altar Boys Reading Prayers In English

SIR,—Your paper has helped me tremendously, and I enjoy the frank readers' correspondence you allow. Two weeks ago I was interested to read the letter from Miss Boot, in which......