Page 10, 11th October 1935

11th October 1935
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The Only Possible Conditions

. Is •it conceivable that this country ehould go to war over Abyss'n'a? . Is it tolerable, seeing what twentieth-century warfare is? Certainly it must not be because imperial......

Notes & Comments

The Bells Of Italy Several newspapers have stated that church bells were rung for the big Italian rally on October 2. What the Duce actually commanded in his orders to the......

Labour And Social Credit

Among the subjects discussed at the Labour party's conference at Brighton was the social-credit scheme of Major Douglas. The basis of the discussion was a report prepared at the......

The Fall Of Men

We do not question the good faith of the Italian people in theireenthusiasm for their campaign against Abyssinia: they have been bamboozled by their dictator, their emotions......

About A Museum

There seems, also, to be reason to be ashamed for some of the things that have happened recently on the north-west frontier of India. And now our press is keeping up the war......

Hats

In the course of his letters St. Paul wrote of many things of the most profound importance to mankind; yet of all his sayings one of the most frequently referred to is his......

Mr. Lansbury's Resignation

Elsewhere in the Catholic Herald this week our Labour party correspondent speaks of the personal position which Mr. George Lansbury holds in that party. But, indeed. it is well......

The Melting-pot Boils Over

Our suggestion that America's isolationist. policy, so loudly affirmed by President Roosevelt in recent speeches, might find an obstacle in the mixed population of the U.S.A.......

A Sovereign State

The Press Association in its despatch of October 2, points out that while Italy was mobilieing, there were neither ringing bells nor illuminations in the Vatican City. To which......

Christmas Anticipations

The Church spreads the preparation for her chief feasts over an extended period so that hearts and minds may be rightly attuned to the great occasion when it comes. Lent......

First Thoughts By Michael

Loye.Force In the first July of the Great War a society of Christian pacifists was holding a conference at a well-known conference centre. A hefty Irishman had been declaiming......