Page 2, 16th January 1953

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Deprived Children

The Catohlic Record SIR,-As the C.W.L. Children's Liaison Officer for the Brentwood diocese, I was particularly interested in the letters of Agnes Smith and D. C. Gibson on the......

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mained unattached, and those that didn't found non-Catholics (in many cases). I feel that most women want a husband, home arid children, and if a Catholic Mr. Right does not......

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Eligible ?

Sre,-Writing as a woman member of one or two Catholic societies (not including the Challoner Club) such as the Newman Association, I can say that it is the experience of many......

A Living Wage

you employers who pass by, pause a moment in charity and cast a thought on these facts: A wage packet of £6 10s.; where does it go? Is it mis-spent on pints, pools, perms,......

Hospital Patients

Sta,-In case "Ex-Patient's" letter in last Friday's CATHOLIC HERALD should prove likely to spread alarm and misgivings among prospective patients at hospitals run by the......

The Stations

Silk,-With regard to Iris Conley's comments upon the Stations of the Cross in the modern idiom, it surely cannot be denied that their validity is unquestionable? The problems......

Statues

SIR, - With reference for a statue to G. K. Chesterton, I would like to suggest that priority be given to one to St. Thomas more near Westminster Hall, not one put away in a......

Catholic Matchmaking

Forget money-making SIR,-Mrs. Bower is quite right -what is needed for Catholic young people (of all classes, not only the professional) is interparochial dances and social......

Apostolic?

S1R,-Please can someone explain juet why Catholics always try and avoid contact with non-Catholics. What is wrong with their faith, which should be so positive, that they are......

Marriage Training

SIR.-In view of the recent correspondence on this subject, readers may be interested to know that a marriage-training week-end has been arranged by the League of Christ the King......

A Sad Record

SIR,-With regard to this correspondence, may I add that of all the girls who went to school with me most either remained unmarried or lapsed through marrying outside the Church.......

Glamour Gone

SIR,-1 asked a young sailor of my acquaintance who had just announced his engagement to a nonCatholic why so many of his contemporaries who regularly attend Catholic dances seem......

Tennis Problem

SIR,-Following last week's article by the Hon. Mrs. Bower, may I suggest that now would be an ideal time for some practical assistance to be offered for some of the projects......

Mr. Next-best Sir-does It Necessarily Follow That By...

in a Catholic social life, Catholic marriages are the result? Not in my experience. I went to all socials in my late parish and as many outside as I could manage. but I found......

Rule Of Law And Rule Of God

SIR,-M ay I suggest as a primary need in the New Year that whenever politicians say they want the rule of law we must remind them sharply that it is the rule of the Divine......

Bogus 'martyrs'

SIR,-Mr. Wingfield Digby pleads for greater honour to be given by Catholics to Protestant martyrs. May one suggest, on the contrary. that what is needed, in the interests of......

Christmas Cards

SIR,-There has recently been much discussion in your columns and in the daily Press regarding the subject matter of Christmas cards. That a Christmas card in keeping with the......

Fifteenth Century In England

Sus,-In her introduction, Katharine Cholmelcy says, "It is, perhaps, my destiny to give back to England that which was lost with the loss of the Faith : the direct, frank,......

Crib Figures

Ideas for help from Schools Sill.-With reference to Mr. P. W. Jarvis's interesting letter on "Displaying., Christmas," and Fr. Bassett's request for suggestions as to......

'frilly Frankenstein'

SIR,-Your theatre correspondent ascribes to English Puritanism and again, a few lines later, to the English Puritan the polite obscenities he claims to have discovered in a West......

I Catholic I Evidence

Answers to your Questi ons Science has shown the world to be millions of years old. Does this mean that a world 6,000 years old, which Scripture shows, Is incorrect? HE......

; Points From Letters

Prayer for the Queen The Queen has asked us to pray for her. and we do at the end of Mass. The point is that this prayer is in Latin and few can follow. I would suggest it might......

Cremation Or Burial

Sits,-Messrs. Bond & Mackey, in their interesting contributions to your correspondence on the subject of cremation, fail to make clear that the customary mode of burial in this......