Page 2, 17th April 1953

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Letters

It must always be understood that views expressed ma this page are those a the writers, and do not commit in any way "1 he Catholic Herald." LARGE FAMILIES AND SELFRESTRAINT......

Moral Issues And Red Herrings

SIR, - Most of us believed that the story of the old lady who preferred the trains as God made them to modem aeroplanes was a myth, but the editor of the Defendant demonstrates......

10 Pounds A Week

From the Editor of "The Catholk Worker" SIR,-No one person can claim the right to lay down what is a living wage in pounds, shillings and pence, and I have no cornplaint of any......

Ungrateful Men

SIR, - Which way your sympathies move in the "equal pay" dispute is evident from the large amount of space you have allowed H. Grant Scarfe. Will you allow me a little less room......

African Federation

SIR, - The result of the referendum in favour of federation is a refreshing reminder that the spirit of Cecil Rhodes still lives in the country that bears his name. The die has......

Protestantism In Chasubles

Snt,-"Latin Catholic" in your issue of March 13 asks the Rev. Hugh Ross-Williamson to do the impos sible, for no one, however erudite, can explain tIte inexplicable, but two......

Press Attacks

SIR,How heartily did 1 agree with your suggestion that there should be art organised body of Catholic apologists to deal with the anti Catholic prejudice and constant......

Why Do The Wicked. Prosper?

S1R, - The letter by Mr. Donald Lawless states what he calls an "oftrepeated caters." But would it have seemed worth discussing among Catholics of any previous age? First......

The Jesuits In Wales

SIR, - 1 Still have no doubt that the intentions of Mr. Edwards are good, despite his declaration that he stands where he first stood, unmoved by criticism conceded as excellent......

Catholic Evidence

Answers to your Questions The catechism says that "sorrow for our sins, because by them we have lost heaven and deserved hell, is sufflcient when we go to confession." But I......

Grammar School Problems

.S,-The identity of the L.E.A. near London which gave up the free places hitherto provided at Catholic independent schools is easily recognised. This L.E.A. has, during the past......

.` The Miracle Of Fatima"

Sir, - As I stood in a queue the other day waiting to see the film "The Miracle of Fatima," a Protestant lay preacher came up and started telling us that faith in Christ alone......

United Europe

SIR,-We heat too little of United ptrope these days. I hope the vision has not been lost, and trust we may share in making it come true. Consider the formidable military and......

Points From Letters

Pilgrimages By dint of careful saving, a friend and myself paid for a five days' pilgrimage in Lourdes last year. We went third class Continental "hard" via the cheapest......

Fr. Persons-a Great Jesuit

Sta,-I was delighted to read Mr. Goldsbury's letter about Fr. Persons, for the name of this great Jesuit priest has been under a cloud for so long and it is high time that......

Catholics In The Forces

Site-Pte. Hamilton's letter describes the position of lapsed Catholics in Her Majesty's Forces perfectly. I. too, am a National Service man and find that the problem starts not......

Latin Or English

Sia,-You have had many interesting letters about the Vernacular Mass on this page. Many persons have been for it, many against. Do you not think that an opposition that may seem......