Page 2, 15th March 1940

15th March 1940
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Conversion Of England From Discussion To Action

SIR, — Those who have closely followed the long correspondence on the Conversion of England can have no doubt of its exceptional importance—or, should I say, of the importance......

Unreal Controversy Difficulties And Doubts

FROM PROFESSOR STOCKLEY Ste,—Fr. Woodlock: " Let our apologists and Evidence Guilds get beneath Protestant controversy and get down to fundamentals." Specially among......

Letter From A Priest

sm,—I am writing to tell you that I have forbidden the sale of the CATHOLIC HERALD at my church. This is in consequence of the letter published in last week's issue by an "......

Newspapers In Ireland Catholic Or Secularist

SIR,—Recently the columns of our Press were inundated with resolutions from individuals and public bodies condemning the recent executions in England. Despite the strong feeling......

Senor Balbontin

"Sin,--In your issue of March 8, in the most important position on your front page and under the heading "Republican Spaniards Help Information Ministry," you refer to me in a......

Barter Economy

SIR,—One very good way of counter. acting the rising cost of living is for a group of people to produce and barter food and clothing amongst themselves. A dozen or twenty people......

Christian Social Spectators At

PROGRAMME Sequestering Profits SIR,—Captain Curd's valuable and interesting letter raises some difficult problems. The trouble is that Cath,olic social teaching is so very......

Mass The Priest's Difficulties

SIR, — A long experience has taught me that it is true, for the most part, that our people are spectators, not participator's, at Mass. The solution of the difficulty is not so......