Page 2, 10th September 1948

10th September 1948
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Letters

THE COST OF PACIFISM Sts,-It is a Christian duty, as I understand it, to help, according to one's power, the helpless victim of a brutal attacker. This could entail disabling......

Catholicity In English Dress

SIR,-How grateful I was for Mr. Ian Hamnett's letter in your issue of August 20. There must be many like me who left the Anglican fold for the Church with great pain and......

Our Supernatural Home

SIR,-One of the hardest things, and yet the most vital for those who come from a traditionally Catholic home, is to see the Faith as a fresh, personal discovery. Franyois......

The 3iercier Aiethod

SIR,-The length of this con , troversy on the conversion of England and the number of proposals it has thrown up. show how hopeles it is to try and convert 40 million people one......

' Points From Letters " The Great Link" It May Interest

readers to know the Newnes Public Library, Disraeli Road, Putney, has, in its " local collection," a copy of a pamphlet published circa 1851 entitled, " A Cornplete description......

Answers

Is the problem of Free-Will too involved for your column 7 Much! Consult Apologetics and Catholic Doctrine (Gill, 6s.) in which it is logically and theologically considered. In......