Page 5, 18th December 1964

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The Law And Our Sunday

By Norman St. John-Stevas, M.P. T HE English Sunday has long been regarded by our Continental friends (not without justification) as a typical and symbolic piece of our general......

Cg - 11 1 11 N Eu9 , =)fl O Pen L's Rem For Al I

„:Isside.s i t _ t Fi Ti' II EDI ' Jews give Christmas help to Christians Sir,—While Christians argue how much the Jews of today are to be blamed for Christ's death, the Jews of......

Abstinence On Fridays

S IR,—As art Anglican I write to protest against the views of John O'Riordan on the question of abstinence (December 11). In the Anglican calendar we have • a far more......

Chaplaincies

Sir,-'--Your report (December 11) that the Catenian Association are prepared to undertake the building and running of University Chaplaincies is of the greatest importance. It......

Church Art

Sits—The recent announcements about the new regulations for the physical setting of the liturgy may. perhaps, draw some attention to those passages in the Cons:etrelion on the......

Handicapped

Sir, In spite 01 the tremendous strides made by medical and educational research to bring about fuller lives for the subnormal, there are many handicapped children and parents......

Prayer For P.m.?

Sir,—Now that the new changes have begun to take effect in our Liturgy is it not time to consider the appropriateness of the prayer For the Queen widely used after Sunday Mass?......

Leave It To The Experts

S IR,-11 hope I am introducing a further point in the correspon dence on the liturgical changes. I assure you I deplore clericalism which I suppose can he defined as an......

51 Per Cent ?

Sir.—Some of your correspondents w ho dislike the recent liturgical changes are making use of phrases such as the laity "never being consulted" about them, or that they were......

Closed Doors

Sir,—This Sunday we shall be hearing the Christmas notices and it is fairly certain that the final item, for the Day itself, will be on these lines: "The last Mass will be at X......

Matter Of Obedience

a short time I hope to be ordained a priest arid I shall have to go into the confessional box to receive sinners in the name of Christ and to try to act towards them as I judge......

Mercenaries

Sirs—I find passages in George Stanislas' analysis ( December 11) of the Congo situation that are strangely self-contradictory. For exempt e, the white mercenaries "have not had......

Not Cranmer

Sir,—Your reviewer reports Canon Pawley as claiming (in Anglican-Rot/1(M Rthilions) that our new liturgical reform "embodies almost exactly the principles of Cranmer's reforms".......

R D; Whitefriars I Li Chronicle I Li Chronicle M Rs. Norah

PHILLIPS, who has been recommended by Mr. Wilson for a life peerage, will he the first Catholic life peeress. And as an authority on social problems like loneliness and......