Page 6, 18th April 1958

18th April 1958
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Page 6, 18th April 1958
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The Scots Queen Of France

By Joan Cockerill YOUNG THROUGH the centuries the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris has witnessed many scenes of splendour, but none more so than on April 24, 1558, when the......

Honouring St. George In Stamps

By Peregrine W HILE the g oddess Britannia has for lon g been a familiar fi g ure on our everyday copper coinS, nothing less than gold was deemed good enough for the Protector......

At The Theatre By Clare Simon

Is This About You? IT is very rare indeed that one feels one can take the responsibility of recommending a play without reserve to any a g eg roup or any kind of play-goer. But......

Music

'Iron Curtain' artists INCREASING numbers of "be hind the iron curtain" artists of all kinds are makin g their appearance almost every week on the En g lish sta g e and in the......

All Sorts, By Fr. Basset, S.j.

JOURNALISTS ON THE DEFENCE (I N Maundy Thursday evenin g " at Hopwood Hall, six Catholic journalists , five of them workin g for secular papers, faced an audience of 70......

In Your Garden

Cacti A FRIEND of mine was once g iven a cactus by someone who made a special cult of them. My friend, however, dislikes cacti. She. put this specimen on a sunny windowsill and......

Atc

Ca o s nouse I By u MOLLY WALSH stromn•fienun THE day after I had written last week's article about settin g up a home with a family in view I received this interestin g letter.......

Children's Corner

The most exciting saint of all ST. GEORGE, whose feast is next Wednesday, is a very excitin g . or very uninteresting, saint, dependin g on how you look at him. Those sort of......