Page 4, 15th December 1961

15th December 1961
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Familiarity With God

T HE succession of great feasts around the birthday of Our Lord, for which we are preparing, reminds us once again that, with the Incarnation, the Second Person of the Blessed......

The Church And Family Problems

T oDAY we live in a civilisation of contraception. The whole of our social structure is based on the assumption that contraception is right and is opposed only by moralist......

According To Circumstances

yET the Church is not the to family plannin g provided the motives for It are g ood and the means used are morally allowable. The Church believes in plannin g a family accordin......

Thoughts On The World And The Flesh

R ELIGIOUS people have frequently seen a disharmony between spirit and matter, between our souls and our bodies. fn Catholicism there is a great body of what one may call "soul......

By Fr. Arthur Mccormack

tive practices and even, less charitably, despise other Christians who see no objection to it. But there are others who envy those who practise them and who sometimes succumb to......

The Church's Attitude

Wi AT then is the true attitude of the is Church to this vexed q uestion? The late Pope made it clear that children are a blessin g from God in an elo q uent passa g e (speakin......

There Are Other Sins ..

C ATHOLICS and nonCatholics may therefore often find themselves in agreement on many of the motives and objectives of family planning. There is no justification for the view......

With Good Reason

C ATHOLICS must use a form of re g ulatin g births that is morally allowable. This means either abstention or using the natural means provided by God through the law of rhythm.......

Joiler's American Journal

Safety first Down on the farm TN one of these g reat American Catholic colleges I had a lon g talk over dinner with a chaplain who also tau g ht theolo g y and philosophy. It......

Eccleston Hotel

close by WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL The "Eccleston" has built up an enviable reputation for first class service and cuisine. A courteous staff, always ready to assist, ensure the......

Think Well On It

"C OURAGE',, wrote G. K. V Chesterton, "is almost a contrad iction in terms. It means a stron g desire to live takin g the form of a readiness to die." W E'RE all fascinated by......

Fr. Gordon Albion

All of us, at some time or other, are called upon to show the coura g e of our convictions. In a mixed marria g e, it may be necessary for the Catholic to re-assert the......