Page 2, 18th December 1953

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Henry Hall Gives A Lesson To Tv

Tv I AM al w ay s nervous of readers imagining that because I so often decry TV's light entertainment, I am the kind of highbrow critic who has no use for comedy and fun. This......

Thank You For Not Being So Matey

R ADIO. e "c h oice" programme "L The by a well-known personality-of which "Desert Island Discs" was a long-lasting example-makes a pleasant variation in the manner of......

Converting Britain

Realist Approach find myself in agreement with most of what Mr. a W. Tenquist says in his letter. May 1 also add that it can be quite unrealistic to live for the ideal of......

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•1110111111••••■ rye ■•••■■ mmmmm ••••••■••ii POINTS FROM I LETTERS 1 Converts welcomed About nine years ago we were received, and our welcome from our fellow Catholics, both......

Recuale Translation

Advice of Experts , Sta,-Readers will have read with the greatest interest Bishop tirimshaw's account of the work that is being undertaken in prepartag a translation of parts of......

All Night Adoration

Sta,--I think the suggestion made in the letter you have printed this week is an excellent one, and I do hope that it will be turned into a reality. I shall certainly be......

'ave Maria' In Antwerp

SIR, - Apropos of Gracie Fields's article, readers might be interested in the following : Last September my husband and I had an evening meal at one of the largest......

'competitive' Tv

SIR,-We were sorry to see that both your contributor, Mr. Parkhurst, and your own footnote (November 27) used the phrase "sponsored television." It has been made quite clear by......

Institute For The Standards Sir. - I Believe That Much Of...

correspondence on Catholic schools has missed its possible value. The point surely is that however good (or bad) Catholic education may be, it can never be too good, and it is......

Is Complacency Enough?

SIR, -May I make a comment on the correspondence on discipline and tone in Catholic schools which has been running in your columns? Firstly that perhaps your correspondent, P.......

'christian' Education

SIR, - I submit that our schools of all types could do more to make knowledge more loved as man's right approach to God, and hence more reasoned. (Not to be confused with a......

Improvement Of Suggested

mistresses). They do exist, and that is the first essential. Secondly, better teachers may be needed. If the staff are not aware of their shortcomings, then either send them......

St. Edmund, King And Martyr

SIR,-There was an interesting report on page eight of the Daily Telegraph of the 8th inst. re the possible discovery of the relics of St. Edmund in Suffolk. It is, indeed, to be......

'they Met A Wizard'

SIR,-One sequel to the "death" of poor old Piltdown Man, which may interest your readers, is that Miss Vera Barclay has withdrawn all unsold copies of her children's book, "They......

Shrines Of Our Lady

SIR,-1 would like to point out the omission of the shrine of Our Lady of Hartley on your map of Marian shrines in the Christmas number of THE CATHOLIC HERALD. It is true we can......

Carmelite Nuns As Builders

Sir.-There is no need to go farther than the borders of Radnorshire to see Carmelite nuns as builders. At Presteigne, five Carmelites (whose ages rangerfrom 25 to 57 years) even......

Liturgy In English

An irrelevant argument StA,-In these discussions about public worship, why will people beg the question by using such words as "ape"? No sincere worshipper, Catholic or......

The Parents' Right

Sta,-In his letter on the above subject, Mr. M. E. Odell said that at the Conference of the Association for Freedom in Education recently held at Bruges, representatives of 13......