Page 2, 12th November 1954

12th November 1954
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M1d-d4y City Mass

Success in France Sig, -We all welcome the popularity of the evenin g Dialo g ue Mass on first Fridays at Westminster Cathedral. We enthuse over afternoon Mass on Sundays. We......

Snape Bridge

SIR,-A recent specialised book on part of the Suffolk coast (Aide Estuary. W. G. Arnott; Adland, Ipswich, 1952) ends with these words : "If you g o to the Vatican in Rome, I am......

A Paddington Club

SIR, -I thou g ht your readers mi g ht be interested to hear that we are tryin g to do somethin g to help by startin g the Irish Mass Club in the Paddin g ton area of London.......

Realism

SIR.Many people think that En g land is a ripe plum. ready to fall into the lap of the Catholic Church, and the Catholic Press encoura g es this idea with g lowin g accounts of......

Religious Prejudice

From Sir Henry Slesser SIR,-Any conclusion regarding the extent of anta g onism to the Catholic Faith in this country must, of course, depend lar g ely upon the social contacts......

A Two-way Street ?

SLR,-The reasons given by your correspondents may all be true, but in a rather negative sort of way. More would be done to combat anti-Catholicism if the attitude of Catholics......

Our 75% To 90% Leakage

Frightening Figures for 15 to 20-year group SIR,-In last week's issue of THE CATHOLIC HER.ALD you published a letter from Mr. E. R. Newman on the leakage, and his plea for youth......

Holiday Organtsat Ions

S1R,-Y000 g people tend to turn towards the best, and if their own parish or g anisations are shoddy and lackin g iu support, they feel they have excuse enou g h to enter and......

A Medicine-not A Cure

Sot, -Is the "club" the best answer to be found for the "leaka g e" problem? It is hoped that there may be other answers which will reach nearer to the root cause. The Catholic......

No Time For Love

SIR, - When the main facts of reli g ion are taught in schools in classes of 40 or more, there is no time for love. The Catholic schools are patterned on the mass-producin g......

In The Docks

SIR.-This is what happens should 1 or any other docker be asked to work overtime unexpectedly. I apply to my foreman for a relief for the overtime period and one is usually......

Nuns And The Crimea

Sre,-While this matter is so topical it mi g ht be well to point out a few facts about Miss Fanny Taylor, which were published in my letter to the Tablet, April 3, this year.......

Shrines Of Our Lady

In your issue of November 5th Satter speaks of the work of Mr. Martin Gillett-now, alas, very illin makin g known shrines of Our Lady. However. I think Mr. Gillett himself would......

Plain Chant

Sig,-It is easy to over-simplify any problem by obli g in g those who disagree with us to answer "Yes" or "No" to q uestions we have formulated ourselves. Before this discussion......

An Old Suit?

SIR.-Certain priests have sent me an ur g ent appeal for lay clothes, provided they are not black, If any reader could send me an old suit, of any colour except black, I can......

New Church Designs

Sta,-With reference to Mr. Lan g ley's letter to you this week, if it is possible for a parish to complain of an unsatisfactory church desi g n before the building be g an and......

Horror Comics

Si,-I read your article "Honor Comics must be Stopped" with interest. I am a teacher in a Catholic secondary school in London and some lime a g o took from a child the horror......

'to Mary, Queen . .

Sig.-The new Feast of Our Lady -"Queen of Heaven"now joyfully proclaimed by the Pope reminds us of the poetic popularity of this title of Our Lady, from the inspiration of St.......

Fr. Vincent Mcnabb

SIR,-Your readers may be interested to know that I was told in Bolo g na in 1950 that Fr. Vincent McNabb appears between two g roups of Dominican saints on the walls of the......