Page 11, 14th April 2006

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The Catholic Herald

Established 1888 The light of Christ makes this night as bright as day This year we mark Easter with an excerpt from the late Pope John Paul II’s homily on Holy Saturday, April......

Catholic Origins

By Michael P Foley Judicial Garb. One thing is certain: it is no coincidence that our judges wear black robes. The judical gown hearkens back to the cassock and the days when......

Letters To The Editor

The Mass authorised by Paul VI relied on modern innovations From Dr Alcuin Reid SIR – Gerard Noel is presumptuous to assert (Faith of Our Fathers, April 7) that the Mass......

Abusing The Liturgy

From Michelle Scott SIR – Thank God for Cardinal Arinze. I am disappointed (but not surprised) at the lukewarm response in your leading article (April 7). The editor may......

Immigrants Can All Feel At Home In Latin

From the chairman of the Association for Latin Liturgy SIR – Mark Greaves (Feature, March 31) reports that there are Polish immigrants who only occasionally attend Mass in......

Some Consolation

From the Rev John Brown SIR – If it is any consolation to UK Life League in its campaign against the Government’s sex education classes (Report, March 31), LEAs such as West......

Bar On Ordination Is Not Just ‘the Pope’s View’

From Mr Gerard Wheeldon SIR – Surely it is not sufficiently accurate for Christina Farrell in her report (April 7) on Cardinal Hume’s suggested support for the ordination of......

Honouring Cranmer

From Mr Christopher Schenk SIR – Four hundred and fifty years is a long time: long enough for forgiveness and reconciliation. It was therefore sad that no representative of the......

Urban Supremacy

From Mrs Elizabeth Roller SIR – Our heartfelt thanks to Charlotte White for her letter (March 10) in support of the restoration of Mass to our church in Chideock, West Dorset.......

Pastor Iuventus

Highs and lows of Holy Week H owever unready one may feel spiritually, there is something about the first “Hosanna” of Palm Sunday which stirs the heart. However feeble a Lent......