Page 5, 13th August 1965

13th August 1965
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Hitting The (alpine) Trail

FR. GEORGE BERNET talked to the pony whose reins he held. Stinging hail sent a thousand pinpricks into man and beast. The horseback pilgrimage through the Alps paused, and the......

With-if Parish Marks Centenary

A PUG1NFSQUE Catholic church nestled in a fold in the Berkshire Downs marks its centenary on Sunday. But St. Mary's, East Hendred, is as up-to-date as nary Harwell. For though......

Martyrs And Ecumenism

Sir,—Mr. Ileywood (August 6) accuses the Manifesto on the Martyrs and Ecumenism of blurring the distinction between ecumenical activity and conversion. In fact the Manifesto......

Whitt Friars

ltressi4 le A diary of people and places "C LIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN", is an exhortation in The Sound of Music, but 70year-old Fr. E. L. Klimeck, 0.P., a New Zealander, has been......

In My View

A selection of Readers' letters to The Editor Housing Sir,—May I comment on your "Comment" on the Catholic Housing Aid Society? (July 30). I. Our interest in schools is out of......

Future Of Our Schools

Sir,—Mr. Byrne's proposals (July 23) deserve deeper consideration than those of Miss Begley (July 30.) Leaving aside Miss 13egley's assumption that Catholic teachers are not......

Catholics And Visual Art

Sir,—Iris Conlay's article on Arthur Boyd's paintings (August 6) pinpointed for me once more the difficulties Catholics as a whole seem to find in coming to any sort of terms......