Page 6, 12th November 1937

12th November 1937
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The Church And The British Working Classes

Where Responsibility Lies SIR.—Father Woodlock says " that in my opinion there was perhaps never such a bitter feeling against the Catholic Church among a large section of the......

Colosseum Views

Sist, — I am venturing to write to you a propos your interesting review of Colosseum in the last issue of the Catholic Herald, because I think that on one point at least your......

The Leakage "

Birmingham Example and Appeal SIR,-1 thoroughly agree with the writer of " Catholic Action and the Leakage " that in providing for the " school leavers" there lies a vast field......

Which Brand?

SIR,—In your issue of November 5, Mr. J. F. Bourke, in his speech at the C.Y.M.S. gathering in Birmingham Town Hall, is reported as saying that, in search of social reform, men......

Dutch Hierarchy's Prohibition

SIR,—I should like to correct some misleading words in a note about the Dutch Hierarchy, which appeared in your issue of October 29. The words I refer to are: "In a joint......

Don't Imply Any Parallel With Another European War And...

myself in saying that to take part in " the next war " would or wouldn't be justifiable. All I know is that such a war would be a huge tragedy for Europe and what remains......

Catholic Action And The Drama

What is a Catholic Dramatist to do? may be considered not in the best of taste for a playwright to comment on Mrs. Margaret Yeo's article on the above topic. I shall risk it,......

" Mass For The 26th Sunday After Pentecost "

SIR,—All the liturgical experts on your staff must have been too busy to notice what was printed in the Catholic. Herald of November 5, 1937, under the above heading. " The Mass......

Catholic Chemists

SIR.—May I crave a small space in your columns to appeal, in the name of Catholic Action, to Catholic chemists and Catholic workers in pharmacy. The Catholic Pharmaceutical......

Tamilians And The Liturgy

Advice from India SIR,--I have just received three back numbers of the " Herald" dated 3rd, 10th and 17th September respectively. With regard to the discussions therein on the......

Festive Church Music

Sie,—An excellent article in the November issue of the Clergy Review emphasises that we in England (only England, 1 think) miss the point and mind of the Church when a great......

Science The Ignoramus

Evolution Evidence Overwhelming SIR,--To a priest who has studied biology along with his theology, the letter of Mr. E. I. Watkin comes as a refresher. The doctrine of Evolution......

"the Church And The Poor "

Ste.--Your correspondent, "A Working Woman," writes that the Church has no sympathy with the poor—or words to that effect. In your comment you state that her experience was, if......

Sunday Trading

SIR,—The Rev. Bro. Basil raised last week a very interesting point regarding work on Sundays. Personally, 1 share his anxiety to keep the Sabbath holy, and am loathe to raise......

"social Justice Under. What System ? "

Editorial Comments Sue.—May I protest, Sir, against your habit of commenting on letters. By so doing you are not only making your Letter Page a laughing stock, but you are......

Ulster And Irish In England

SIR,—I thank you for the article by Connor Down. It must have been an education and a revelation to most of your readers and I hope it will meet with the careful study it......