Page 2, 12th July 1963

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Education

Hugh Kay'a interview with Bishop Fleck (July 5) probably came closer to the reality of the situation than many will have dared to hope. His Lordship expressed simply and......

Orthodox Monks

Eve McAdam described (July 5) the Orthodox Deacon who sang the Epistle and Gospel in Greek at the Papal Coronation as a 'monk of St. Basil (an ancient order of Greek......

Directory

Mr. Terence McQueen's excellent account (July 5) of the preparatory work for next year's Catholic Directory might, however, give the impression that the publishers afford little......

Faith

Fr. Kenny (July 5) must have come in rather late in this discussion since he does not seem to be aware that it is concerned exclusively with Catholics. My theoretical "man" is......

Auberon Waugh

Mr. Auberon Waugh's writing has now appeared in the CATHOLIC HERALD for sonic time. I have always, or nearly always, read . it with much interest and even with a great deal of......

Literature For Missions

We have had a roost interesting. appealing request from Nyasaland for Catholic literature, and we feel that without a doubt many of your readers would be very interested and......

Pacem In Terris

The Vatican Polyglot Press translation of Pacem in Terris appears to have been made from the Italian text published in the Osservatore Romano. The official Latin text published......

The New Pope

Michael Noakes complains (July 5) that he could find no defence when asked by a friend what the Coronation of the Pope had to do with Christianity. May I suggest to him the......

Church Choirs

Your correspondent, Mr. Henderson, jumps to two wrong conclusions : 1. The Plainchant Choir does not "abdicate" on the great Festivals; we team up to make the Feast even more......

Sex And Marriage

The major part of Fr. Gillan's letter (June 28)' etnphasizesthe purely negative aspect of marriage, presenting the thesis that Catho. lics can avoid having children either by......

Study Courses

I was very interested to note the suggestion in Whitefriars Chronicle (July 5) that a central information office information he set up to co-ordi nate about Catholic study......

The Council

With regard to your comment on the Observer extracts from Mr. Robert Kaiser's forthcoming book, Inside The Council. I would like to make it clear that they are extracts only.......

Radio And Tv

Dr. Murray remembers By Eve McAdam T OMORROW, Saturday, July 13, is the hundredth birthday of one of the great and gallant people of our time, Dr. Margaret Murray, the......

At The Cinema

SPRINGTIME OF CINEMA By Freda Bruce Lockhart A N unusually choice French. programme is presented at the Paris Pullman. consisting of a thirty-year old classic in Rene Clair's Le......

It's In The Paper

Does what POP says go? by John Horgan N EWSPAPER opinion polls sometimes seem to have been invented to bolster up the Press's declining reputation for infallibility. Of the news......

Iii Atr E

Oh, the joy of it! S OM EBODY, sometime, will analyse just why Dickens has remained so popular. Here he is again, transformed through the brilliant script-writing of Wolf......