Page 6, 11th November 1938

11th November 1938
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Work-for-all Plan Training And Trade Unions

StR,—I feel, as you do, that the present situation is one in which an effort must be made to use the wasted labour of the country to meet the needs of the moment, and I agree......

"st. Mary's," Glenfield Road Extension, Western Park,...

Who Can Quarrel With This? SIR,—Although not a Catholic I am a keen reader of your informative journal. Your front page suggestion of a week or two back is the finest and sanest......

Butter As Well As Guns

SIR,--The article by Mr. Douglas Jerrold in your issue of October 28 gives, in my opinion, a false impression as to our real productive capacity and resources. I am not here......

Get Going!

SIR,—As a way in which each household may at once begin to help W.F.A. may I suggest the eating of herrings at least twice a week? If split and cleaned by the fishmonger,......

Recovered Fr. Martindale Discusses Prime As Morning...

Sit,—We are all grateful to Mr. Mortimer for helping to popularise Prime as the morning-prayer of the laity. I think that my C.T.S. pamphlet contains brief explanations of each......

" People And Freedom Group " Don Sturzo's Defence

SIR,—During my forty years of political life I have always consistently maintained that there is no such thing as " Catholic political action," but only Catholics who engage in......

Marriage Guidance

SIR, While dissociating myself from any connection with the Marriage Guidance Council, I think that a few facts about the Catholic Advisory Clinic for Women in Edinburgh might......

Belligerent Rights

SIR.—Now that the Court of Appeal has published its sentence in the case of the Spanish ss. Aranzazu of Bilbao, explicitly recognising Franco's Spain as a Sovereign State on......

C.a. Is Alive Newcastle Evidence

Sue,—Miss Bernadette Callaghan, writing as an " Under Twenty-five," implies that Catholic Action is confined to Liverpool, Wigan, and a few other cities. Nothing is further from......

The Unknown Warrior

SIR,—It is commonly supposed in England that the idea of a national tomb for an unknown warrior originated in this country. In the interests of historical accuracy surely the......

An Apo'ogy To Fr. Foster And Fr. Bates

The CATHOLIC HERALD unreservedly apologises to Fr. J. E. Foster, Parish Priest of the Immaculate Conception, Failsworth, Manchester, and Fr, P. Bates, his curate, for giving......

Need For Night Shelters A True Story

SIR,--A few years before the War a Belgian woman, then living in Kent, took her baby boy, born in England, to be baptised. While he was still a boy the family returned to......

Hostels For Sailors

SIR,—The article " All Guns Load " interests me (in so far as the matter of the supplying of hostels and clubs for the Catholic seafarer whether M.M. or R.N.) because the whole......

Irish Economic Troubles

Emigration Causes From DR. I. P. F. WATERS, Master» General of Irish Doctors' Guild of SS. Luke, Cosmos and Damian. SIR,--I wish to correct a misstatement by your Irish......

Imprimatur And The Clergy

SIR,—In a recent article Mr. Gwynn wrote that a priest was always obliged to have an imprimatur to whatever book he wished to,publish. This is not so. He is subject to the......

C.t.s. Pamphlets

SIR,—Attending the opening of the Catholic Press Week in Sheffield, I was surprised to hear some criticism of the C.T.S. pamphlets for lacking the quality of " catching the......