Page 2, 14th October 1966

14th October 1966
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Accept, However

the ioints creak Sir, — In my article you published on Sept. 2 1 was solely concerned with making the point that changes as such, be they liturgical or otherwise, do not......

Are Do-gooders Really So Despicable?

Sir,—If it had appeared in certain of our popular national newspapers, your editorial (Sept. 30) "Pop Go the Liberals" would only have been worth ignoring as a piece of......

A Plea For Second Marriages

Sir,—We hear a good deal in the discussion concerning birth control of the important role the mutual love of husband and wife plays in Christian marriage. It is recognised at......

Dateline . . . Dublin

TV and the farmer T HE Dail has met again for the first time since the summer recess, and although the first few days' debating were desultory enough the proceedings were......

Religion And The Child

Sir,—Elizabeth Delaney, in the CATHOLIC HERALD of September 30, hits a very large nail on the head when she says "One feels desperately silly appealing for help when one is......

New Students

Sir, — While accepting the main points of J. B. Burke's article of Sept. 30 on "What faces Catholics starting at University", I notice that he fails to mention the activities of......

No Petition

Sir,—May I, on behalf of the Blessed Cuthbert Mayne Society, be allowed to correct an error in the letter of Mr. Michael Tompkins in your edition of Sept. 16? The Society has at......

C.t.s. Bible

Sir,—Owing to a misunderstanding the report of the new C.T.S. Bible using the R.S.V. was not quite accurate. The position is that the C.T.S. has made arrangements with Thomas......