Page 6, 18th March 1938

18th March 1938
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An Ipso Facto Verdict

The Cardinal Condemns SIR, --The courtesy which is always shown by the Cerriotec HF.RALD .to all correspondents emboldens me to write in protest against a headin g in your issue......

The Epistle At Sung Mass

SIR,—Why, when Mass is sun g without deacon and subdeacon, has it become the custom in so many churches to omit the epistle? The rubric that somebody other than the celebrating......

The Trinity Preface

Sue—In this week's CATHOLIC HERALD, Mr. Mortimer writes of the phrase of the Trinity Preface, sine differentia discretionis; " lit. without difference of discretion, that is,......

Communion Before Mass

SIR,—" Another Father of Family " begs the q uestion when he states that Communion is always g iven before Mass in Catholic countries. Many priests in relatively Catholic lands......

Manning's Prophecy

Sre.—I have been readin g Shane Leslie's remarkable life of Cardinal Manning, and, curiously enou g h, came across the followin g passa g e this very week-end: " He (Cardinal......

Unbeliever's" Dilemma

Real Difficulty Unanswered SIR,—Without doubt Mr. Mortimer is ri g ht in the principles he invokes, but may I respectfully suggest that his letter is ndt calculated to encoura......

The Rival Fleets Of Spain

SIR —In your last issue you state that the Nationalist Navy possesses now only two cruisers. Canarias (10,000 tons) and Almirante Cervera (7,00U tons). May I point out that at......

Non - Combatants Sir,—you Q Uote The Editor Of The Month...

effect that " we do not know . . . whether the employment of the civilian population of a belli g erent state in various kinds of war activity deprives them of their......

"red Clerks"

SIR,—In the CA1HOLIC HERALD (February 25) appeared an article in which the view was put forward that the bad conditions under which many clerks are workin g was due to a lar g e......

British Union Of Fascists ; And Catholics The Two...

SIR,—You appear to have been particularly unfortunate in your issue of March 4. Not content with condonin g Mr. Benvenisti's mis g uided recommendation of heretical writin g s......

Selling Catholic Papers

Newsagents or Church? SIR,—Full marks to " Hastin g s Catholic" who prefers to have his Catholic newspaper delivered by a non-Catholic newsa g ent. Here in Kingston we changed......

It Is Growing In Ireland

Rotary and Freemasonry SIR,-1-or the information of your many readers in Ireland I wish to point out that strenuous efforts are bein g made to increase the number of Freemasons......

" North Irish Farce"

SIR, —In your article on the above, in your issue of the llth inst.. by your Belfast Correspondent, a statement is made that I should like an explanation of, as follows. Under......

B.b.c. " Potted Opera"

Sue—Why all this fuss about " B.B.C. Potted Opera "? Presumably most of the " stronger brethren " who are " operaminded " have radio sets capable of g ettin g the usual foreign......

The Gnashing Ninth

SIR,—In the CATHOLIC HERALD (March 11) Mr. Ernest Moss remarks that in a recently heard Pianoforte Concerto by Alan Bush the lashing semitone" was put to good use. Some of us......

The Latin Rite

SIR,—It may interest those who have read the correspondence on the Latin rite to know that the actual words used by our Lord in instituting the Mass were (as nearly as the......