Page 6, 12th August 1960

12th August 1960
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I KEEPING BABIES HAPPY AT MASS By PAT JONES 5 H ERE is a mother's eye view of Mass, when she has very young children to care for, a mother who is obviously not above amusing the......

"however, I Have Had My Share With Them And Two

sons. One thing 1 have noticed is that in many cases, parents could allow a little extra latitude to their offspring without causing inconvenience to either priest or con......

I Haggis, And All That . .

Each year on St. Andrew's Day and on Burns's birthday we hear of haggisis (or haggi?) flying across the Atlantic to accompany the liquid refreshment of exiled Scots. The haggis,......

Approaches To The Drama

By EVE MacADAM T HERE is a feeling of expec tancy whenever a play by a Catholic writer is presented. and this anticipation is aroused not only in Catholics, hut in other people......

Music The Swing Of The Kilt . .

I RIS LOVER IDGE, who played at the Albert Hall last Saturday in place of Eileen Joyce who had injured her wrist, received a prolonged ovation for her solo work in the popular......

Electronic Premiere

T nEperformance of "Perspectives" by Berio at the Albert Hall on Monday was the first playing of a work of elec tronic music at any orchestral concert in England. Delivered by......

For Young People

The Church's 'attitude' .* SNW\X‘W\N\WWWA' ANN AN ` s". N\N\NNN: .• .8 y H LARI KM! Gil rpI • "11" WOULD be extremely grate '. ful," writes one of my readers, ,, if you could......

So Little Does So Much N I C

L AST w eek I told you about the wonderful work of UNICEF. struck by the fact that it takes such a small sum (4d.) to cure a case of yaws. Now some more figures have come to my......

Cross And Keys

SAINT GLARE WAS BLONDE By FRANCIS KENT T ODAY'S feast recalls for me a treasured memory of a visit to Assisi, when a little nun of the order of the Poor Clares showed me from......

Children's Corner

T WO boys went out for a walk one day in the hills above sonic French vineyards. With them was their dog; it was scurrying around looking for rabbits. Suddenly it disappeared......