Page 6, 13th April 1962

13th April 1962
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Who Has Heard

of Alphege, Martyr of Canterbury? By CORMAC RIGBY NEARLY every English schoolboy must have heard of King Alfred's defence of Wessex and of the disastrous appeasement policy......

Book Without Words

'Greatest Religious Work ..' By IRIS CONLAY U SUALLY illustrations follow the text, but in what might have been the most important and the most beautiful books of our time (had......

Austere, Yet Moving

Etchings for the new church A N austere, yet moving, set -L–Aof etchings of the fourteen stations of the Cross has been made by a young engraver, Pat Allman Smith — two of which......

Teachers Honoured T Wo Cups In Honour Of Two Liverpool...

will be presented on May 7 at the annual dinner of the Edwardian Old Boys' Association of Liverpool's Catholic Institute. The two schoolmasters are Mr. J. Curtin and Mr. W. H.......

Handicapped Meet Here

"L‘R. FLORIO, one ot the chap.': lams to London University, has given the Catholic Handicapped Children's Fellowship the use of the basement of St, Patrick"s Church, Soho,......

Easter Tells Everything!

o NE of the chief differences made by the eatechetical renewal is in the way we think of Easter. For the Catholic mind at the popular level. a lifetime ago, Easter was just one......