Page 2, 12th December 1941

12th December 1941
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Local Labour • Offices Clerks' Tactless Handling

SIR,—I wonder if these 'facts about a Local Labour Exchange would interest you I went along the Monday after Mr. Bevin's famous weekend appeal, and there were dozens of women......

A Hospital For Rosaries For The Troops Sir,— It Is

becoming increasingly difficult to purchase rosaries. A determined effort is being made by Catholic Libraries for II.M. Forces to meet the urgent appeals made to them by the......

Art And Christianity Maritain's Lead

SIR, — The questions suggested in Miss Sayer's letter have been answered by Jacques Maritain in his Art and Scholasticism, first published in 1923. A few quotations may......

The Church And The War Sits—in The Pastoral Letter Of

the German Bishops which you published last week, there occur these words, " The war imposes on us all great efforts and great sacrifices. In the fulfilment of these hard duties......

America And The War The Moral Position

SIR, — In my letter of September 19, I did not attribute to your American correspondent the views about the war by which I was puzzled. I attributed them to " the great majority......

Bible Reading Sir.—your Correspondent's Grievance Re The...

price of Catholic versions of the Bible is a very real one. I was told that to a great extent this is due to the loss of stock in last winter's air-raids and to the fact that......

Ven. Dominic Barber!

Sits—May we refer to the letter which appeared in your issue dated November 28, concerning the Venerable Dominic Barberi. Fr. Urban Young refers to certain books, which have......

Catholic Nurses' Guild

Sits—It may be some consolation to Miss Bond to know that the three subjects of which she accuses Catholic nurses of ignorance or laxity have been studied by the Birmingham......

Devotion To The Holy Ghost Sia,—is It Too Much To

hope that to the Divine Praises may soon be added—Blessed he God the Holy Ghost, Blessed be the Most Holy Trinity? M. W.......

Catholics And The Troops A Real Problem

SIR, — Squadron Leader's letter must not go unanswered, as it seems designed to discredit the concern of many serving Catholics at the poor condition of Catholic life on many......

The Legion Of Mary

Ste,—Mgr. Telford, Fr. Flanagan and " Airman " are to be thanked for their splendid letters in the CATHOLIC HERALD. They have each made a valuable contribution to the study of......

Merchant Seamen Conditions-remedies

SIR, - 1 have read with interest the articles on the conditions of seamen and possible action for their improve ment. There are some facts about the conditions at sea which......

Contact With Catholics

SIR,—In your issue of November 28, I read with interest a letter from a Miss Elsa Barbara Wilson—a member of the Women's Land Army—who explains the difficulties she has to......

Untimely Criticism

S1B,—In these days of criticism of Britain's past and present spiritual and temporal behaviour, it is refreshing to note the Advent pastoral letter of the Bishop of Shrewsbury.......