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The Mountain That Must Be Climbed After Victory

THE WAR AGAINST SADDAM, which has ROW reached its final phase, was opposed by the overwhelming majority of the world's bishops, and by the Holy Father himself. It was also......

The Effect Of Sanctions Against Iraq

From Fr Philip Graystone Sir, I write to thank your columnist, Fiorclia Sultana de Maria, for a very timely article (4th April) on the effect of twelve years of crippling sanc......

'traditionalist' Unrest

From Mr Graham Moorhouse Sir, John Glimmer bemoans the fact that Catholics these days treat their bishops more like Anglicans treat theirs. Could this be because, these days,......

From Mr Peter Robbins Sir, Mr John Gutnmer Makes A

spluttering attack on those of us who are traditionalists, in the sense that we adhere to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and prefer the Traditional Mass to the Noviss......

From Mr Patrick Brophy Sir, John Hatton (april 4) Reports

that Bishop Edwin Regan is more interested in Mass in Welsh than in Latin. However, there is no reason why the pastoral needs of Welsh-speaking Catholics cannot be catered for......

Animals Are Carnivores

From Mr Robert Jones Sir, I am not vegetarian, but the recent letters in your paper on this subject have made me think about this issue. Ms Greene is right in saying that......

Care Of Homosexuals

From Mrs Joan Sweeting Hempsall Sir, May I, through your columns, draw the attention of readers to the Vatican Document, Pastoral Care of Homosexual Persons and......

Abortion Act's 35 Years

From Mr Richard Marsden Sir, The next few months are crucial in the pro-life movement's tireless efforts to promote a culture of life in Britain. Around the time of the 35th......

Child Abuse The Problem Of Forgiveness

From Ms Vanessa Welch Let me assure Ms Kennedy I in no way wish to place further burdens on those who have been abused. For me, the intolerable burden was the hatred and violent......

From Mr Richard Brown Sir, Moyra Doorly's Difficulty With...

(article. 28 March) incites the reader to corn passion. Her hurt is great, and her anger is not only natural but blameless. What is wrong is that she seems to be arguing for the......

A Charming Tale Of Social Engineering

David Twiston Davies M y suspicion of television sociology was not entirely banished by last Sunday's programme Second Chance in which a young black buy from a South London......