Page 2, 15th March 1957

15th March 1957
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C.m.a.c. Support

Sir,-Your correspondent Dermot de Trafford may be interested to know that, since attending the Training Day at Hampstead recently, I have called on 32 families in this area,......

'pray For Peace'

Sir,-1, too, agree with your reader that it would be a very good thing if the G.P.O. postmarked letters with the words " Pray for Peace." I would suggest to your correspondent......

Benedictine Bishop

Sir,-1 understand that the Holy See granted to the faithful in England the privilege of having among its Diocesans a Benedictine Bishop. Considering how the Benedictines......

Periodicals For The Royal Navy

Sir, - The Apostleship of the Sea is grateful to "Anglican H.O. Rating" for his courteous help. Whenever possible, packets are addressed to a known officer or rating. but even......

The Draft Rent Bill

Sir,-The letter of Fr. Holloway on the subject of the proposed Rent Acts, is indeed a fair and balanced appraisal of the likely consequences of such legislation. Like Fr.......

Cheaper Houses Excluded

Sir,-In part answer to Fr. Holloway's enquiry, reference to Clause nine of the draft Rent Bill as amended, shows that in the London area only houses with a rateable value in......

Call To Trade Unionists

S IR, - May I be allowed to endorse Sir Tom O'Brien's recent remarks that " if only '10 per cent. of Catholic trade unionists took an active interest in their unions we could......

The Atomic Device

Sir,-Our Government is engaged in perfecting a scientific instrument for the mass-destruc tion of human beings, and later this year we shall be hearing the B.B.C. announce " the......

Cry From The English Heart

Sir,---Once again we approach the day when the Communion rail in many of our English churches will be used for the distribution of shamrock. I wonder am I the only Englishman......

Necessary Nuisance ?

Sir,-With ever-increasing costs more money is needed to support our Catholic activities and appeals tend to become more frequent. These are often treated as unpleasant......

Anthem For

THE POPE Sir, Your correspondent from far-off Natal asks for a new Papal Anthem. I should like an English version of the "Inno Pontificio" which I heard sung by the population......

Civilian In War

reply to Mr. Travers' letter: Unfortunately in letters to a newspaper space often prevents important amplifications. Certainly there are technical civilians, for example,......