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The Murdoch Witchhunt Zimbabwe: A Time To Speak

PETER TATCHELL . S IS not a voice with which this newspaper always finds itself in wholehearted agreement; but his searching questioning of Mr Tim Lamb, chief executive of the......

Reflections On The Death Of A Beloved Father

David Twiston Davies I t sounds too slick, in the , way of most mots by Oscar Wilde; yet Lady Bracknell's remark that "to lose one parent may be regarded as misfortune; to lose......

Treating The Clergy With Justice

From a "self-employed priest" Sir, I am responding to your recent article regarding employment legislation and Catholic clergy. For many years we have worked without any regard......

Sex Ethics In The Seminary From Mr Thomas Spears-voight Sir,

The rent-boy crisis in the States cannot be simply ascribed to faulty American seminary systems as Peter Knot sets forth in an otherwise cogent piece of news analysis and......

From Dom Aldhelm Cameron-brown Osb Sir, I See No Call

to blame modern seminaries for the paedophile crisis. Some of the worst offenders were ordained before Vatican H, and I suspect that it is an evil that stretches back over many......

Joyce Grenfell

From Ms. Pam Chance Sir, When I was growing up we had a saying in our family "Never judge a sausage by its skin!" I was reminded of this when I read "Call me sausage" (January......

The Nottingham Assembly

From Ms Bryony Wills Sir, I am sorry that Mgr McGovern found the Herald's reporting and my correspondence on the Nottingham Diocesan Assembly "particularly unhelpful", but I......

Secularism At The Bbc

From Mr Tom McIntyre Sir, The BBC seems to be in steady retreat from open-minded tolerance to hard-line secularism. One stark pointer is the religious news on its — otherwise......

Two 'economic And Social Libertines'?

From Mr David Lindsay Sir, Further to Mary Kenny's article, there has passed frort_our midst one of the two most danaging British politicians of the second half of the 20th......

Humanae Vitae A Key To Understanding Sexuality From Mr Gus

Thomas Sir Whatever theologians may say (Letters, January 3), common sense would suggest that Simon Caldwell's point is a much more substantial one than Lewis Smith will allow.......

From A "recovering Catholic" Sir, Humanae Vitae Is Indeed...

key to understanding not just paedophilia but all forms of sexual perversion. Perversion begins at the exact point that the procreative meaning of the sexual act is wilfully......

From Fr Bryan Storey Sir, Mr. Lewis Smith Makes The

contraceptive issue zigzaggy, cloudy and confusing (Letters 3rd. January). The purpose of the sexual organs is immediately loud and clear in human conscience. By mightily......