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Catholic Writers' Guild

Mgr. Hinsley's Statement Sno—In the Joint Pastoral of the Hierarchy of England and Wales an appeal was made for greater support of the Catholic Press. The desire was also......

The Addis Ababa Affair

Precedents in British India SIR.—Sorne Italian newspapers are convinced that the attempted assassination of the Viceroy of Ethiopia was planned in London. They are in all......

Music In Our Churches Responsibility Of Broadcast Services

Sut,-1 wonder if Catholics realise the present appalling state of Catholic Church music in England. The larger choirs specialise in plainsong and polyphony to the utter......

Mid-lent Rejoicing

The Proper Way, Sat,—To confuse the Church's Rejoicing" (Lactare Jerusalem—in domum Domini ibimus) with the pagan orgies that are carried on in some so-called Catholic......

Rut Of Spiritual Mediocrity

Catholics Will be Swamped &F,—Some time ago you kindly allowed me to state some facts about the spiritual life in England. Perhaps you would allow me to return to the subject in......

Mass For Hospital (etc.) Staffs

Sue—Hospitals, various institutions, and many families are short of staff because of the hard work or the long hours. A great number of Catholic girls from Scotland and Ireland......

Hadow Scheme Of Nursery Schools

SIR, —It is a pity that your educational correspondent accepts so uncritically the Hadow scheme of " nursery " schools for children from two to five. It is true that under the......

Catholic Education

SIR,—I thank you for the exposition of the " Blind Boy case." There is, I understand, in Nottingham a branch of the Catholic Teachers' Federation. Surely it is up to this body......

And The Spanish Altair

SIR,—I suggest that the members of the People and Freedom group, whose protest was published in your last issue, should think over the question repeatedly put to Mr. Arnold Lunn......

Masonry And Trade Unionism

SIR,—The last six months have seen a succession of strikes all of which have been unofficial, i.e., not authorised by the leaders whom the men pay. To those who have closely......

Religion, Or Science, Or Neither !

SIR,—I do not wish to occupy your space in complaining of Professor Renouf's criticism of my book The Philosophy of Religion v. The Philosophy of Science in your issue of April......

Tribute To Mr. White

Sul,---I was delighted indeed to read in your last issue Dom Bernard McElligott's splendid tribute to the work of Mr. Ernest George White. Fifteen months ago I developed chronic......

Hitler And The Jews

SIR,—In an article that appears in this week's issue of the Catholic Herald by Father Martindale, S.J., it seems that he is under the impression that Hitler's AntiJew policy is......

The Madrid Altar

SIR,—It was something of a shock to read in your last issue that the Madrid altar is to be made entirely of imitation materials. I thought that the idea of this altar was that......

Collective Sin

Suo—Fr. V. McNabb's idea of a " great collective sin " is surely valid, but when he says that such a sin is " not necessarily blameable upon any one individual," we may ask for......

Apostleship Of The Sea

SIR,—Being a pensioner from the Royal Navy, I am, as I should be, interested in the welfare of all those who go down to the sea in ships, especially in those who are of the......

Austrian Servants

Sut—May I thank all those who have written to me about Austrian and other foreign girls now working in England as domestic servants? 1 am happy to say that official action is......

Not Merely A Living Memory

SIR,—My attention has been called to a recent article in the Catholic Herald about Catholic connections with Brook Green. in which reference is made to Catholic architects......