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I Ierald House • Lainlis Passage V Bunhill ROW • London EC I I( 8T() • id • 0171 588 3161 • Fax • 017! 256 6728 Editor V Deborah Jones • Deputy Editor • Piers McGrandle •......

A Stab In The Back

THE PRIEST who was stabbed on Monday evening, just a few miles from the Herald office, had apparently invited his assailant in for a cup of tea and a chat. Few details have been......

Letters To The Editor The Police Bill Violates Us All

THE AUTHORISATION under the current Police Bill to bug and burgle the Catholic Church, including confessionals, is a direct violation of the right to privacy and to religious......

Spuc And Scare Tactics

I REMALN AN active opponent of abortion and over the last 25 years I have actively campaigned for a change to the present abortion law. However I was both surprised and......

Ira: Let Justice Be Firm But Fair

PRISON VISITING HAS long been a valued form of Christian witness — and it is none the less virtuous when those visited are guilty of the most heinous crimes. Indeed, it comes......

Roots Of Envy In School System

THE HEADMASTER of the exclusive fee-paying Ampleforth school is reported by you (31 January) as viciouslyattacking Labour's plans to scrap assisted places, which help to prop up......

Unnatural Justice

IN YOUR ARTICLE, "US executions dismay Rome" (Catholic Herald, 17 January), Governor Huckabee of Arkansas states that the death penalty is the ultimate result of criminal......

And Moreover...

I AM AN ADMIRER of Nick Thomas, and I do not like to see him "Standing up for the weed" unsupported (Catholic Herald, 17 January). He will be pleased to know that CS Lewis......