Page 2, 16th March 1951

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Industrial Unrest

Answer to Colm Brogan Mr. Brogan has, as he admits raised three queltiOn8 which ,"were suggested" by my letter of the 9th February. I am quite prepared to discuss Moral issues......

Sia,-there Is A Story Told Of A Certain Irish Lawyer

who had a way with a Jury. His voice would make the windows rattle ; his flailing arms worked like a windmill ; and he achieved his successes by loud, long and sustained show.......

Robert Blatchford

A Centenary Sra,-On March 1 7,. 1551 (St. Patrick's Day !), was born one who was destined later to exercise great influence, especially over What used to be called " the working......

Rearm Aivient

SIR. Since Michael de la Bedoyere mentioned the policy of the National Peace Council in his exceedingly interesting article in your issue of March 9. you will perhaps be good......

Anti-semitism Si,-it Is Only To Be Expected That Many Jews

will be found to be in the wrong camp, for as a race they are still mostly in " darkness." At a recent meeting of Jewish youth, Mr. C. Lewis, the editor of the national organ of......

Catholics And War Sir,-although I Am A Frequent Reader Of

Truth, to my regret I missed Mr. Algernon Cecil's article. The general tone of his first letter gave me the impression that he is pacifist and invokes the authority of the......

Sir,-before Margaret Monro Presumes To Instruct Us In...

she must correct her definitions. To describe Edward I as a Norman is not only incorrect but constitutes a profound psychological error. True, he was related to Henry 1, on the......

1 Points From Letters Mass Serving

I would like to suggest that a gramophone record with the responses would facilitate those anxious to be able to answer the Mass. It could be advertised in the Catholic......

An Ancient Icon Sir -an Interesting Article In The Sunday...

(February 25) tells us that an Italian expert, Professor Pico Cellini, has discovered in St. Maria Nuova at Rome, a fifth century icon, and a thirteenth century over-painting,......

Was The Dissolution Of The Monastries A Disaster For...

Yes. E, V. Lucas, in " A Wanderer's Note-Book," says " one may miss the old activity, the old clerical routine in speaking of one small priory at Castleacre. Norfolk, which......