Page 4, 14th January 1994

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Blackpool Beached Whale

THE MESSAGE THAT had emerged so crystal clear from Blackpool, washed by waves of adulation from the Conservative participants, now lies muddied, deflated, a beached whale. With......

Desmond Albrow

Taking a rest from airing my prejudices IT IS, I THINK, time that I had a rest from producing a regular fortnightly column for the Catholic Herald. But what is much more to the......

Religion Free Of Nostalgic Trappings

THE EDTORIAL OF 17 December proposes linking Christian revival to the monarchy. This approach is guaranteed to confirm a view of Christianity as anachronistic and irrelevant.......

Letters To The Editor

Fate and future of the Anglican Church LIKE PAUL JOHNSON in the Christmas Eve edition of the Herald, I too believe that the days of the Anglican Church arc numbered. With a......

Re-ordering Need Not Be Painful

THANK YOU FOR the exposure given to re-ordering in your paper. Sheridan Gilley's contribution fairly encapsulates the problem faced by the Plymouth parishioners and had his five......

The Two Churches Talk Very Differently

IT WOULD SEEM that the language barrier is still a major obstacle to ecumenical understanding. Just as your front page news report (Catholic Herald, 18 December) misinterpreted......

Abortion Law In Northern Ireland Row

HAVING READ Professor Lee's article about Abortion Law in Northern Ireland and his subsequent letter, it is quite clear that he uses the tactics and debating techniques of the......

And Moreover...

PAUL JOHNSON IS right in his belief that prayers are being answered by the return of England to Catholicism and communion with Rome (Charterhouse, 24 December); yet in listing......