Page 8, 11th June 1982

11th June 1982
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Graham Sutherland's Hidden Spirituality

IT IS only a little over two year since Graham Sutherland died, regarded by many, to quote Roger Berthoud*, as "the semiexiled elder statesman of British painting", rather......

The Tree Of Life As A Parable

Ezekiel c.17 vv22-24; 2 Cor c.5 vv6-10; Mark c.4 vv26-34. EZEKIEL'S majestic allegory of the cedar tree linked with our Lord's parable of the mustard seed takes us back to the......

I Wonder If Our Revered Editor Would Be Interested In A...

I do not push myself in this capacity, it's just that I notice these gourmet-literary contributions springing up like mushrooms all over the newspaper world. Can it have......

One Of The Things I Like About Writing For A

Catholic audience is that, if I offer some profound thought' on faith or morals, nobody pays a blind bit of notice; but, if I even mention my grandmother's cure for chilblains,......

Domestic Swish Roles

AN OLD school pal of American impresario Bert Shevelove (who lived in London and died there recently) told me about a memorial service at a Broadway theatre. As is often the......

Nothing Left For Nihilists

DINNER at a friend's house the other night for a visiting American fireman will probably be recorded by one or other ot the female magazine writers present as a "chic party" for......

The Microchip Takes Over From The Gladiator

WHEN WE were boys, we used to talk about two gladiators representing two nations at war in a fight to surrender or death. Winner takes all, each nation abides by the result and......