Page 2, 18th September 1953

18th September 1953
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Tv And Freedom

Sot,-As it now appears to be the policy of THE CATHOLIC HERALD to support the monolithic, monopolistic control of television, perhaps I may be permitted to deplore the unrealism......

Sponsored Tv.

the Church's opportunity • SIR,-I would like to object to the article printed on Lord Simon's book on the effect of commercialising radio and television. As an ex-chairman of......

Monopoly

Sta,-Like Fr. R. Drinkwater I too detest some of the methods used by the advertising industry. But I also loath monopolies of all kinds. At this juncture in the develop ment of......

Homes For Catholic Children

SIR o-I have been waiting with interest to see some response to Fr. Calnan's recent letter on Catholic Foster Homes. Mrs. Cowling's letter, I submit, completely begs the......

Need For Foster Parents

SIR,-The letter, "Catholic Foster Parents, " by the Rev. H. E. Calnan, of August 28, interested me very much indeed, as I have felt for some time the urgent need for more......

Normal Family Life

Ste, - A letter from " Lover of Children" in your last issue seems to take it for granted that the faith of a deprived child will be secure if he be placed in a Catholic......

St. Simon Stock

Sus, - Fr. Thurston, S.J., wrote in his notice of St. Simon Stock in his edition of Butler ' s Lives of the Saints " This is not the place to embark upon the discussion of a......

Code For Tv?

SIR,-In answer to Mr. Gerard Sweeney. I did not suggest there would be any difficulty in applying a "minimum code" to television. I said it would he no good, since (as with the......

Catholic Evidence

Since Christ's death paid the penalty for ALL sin, how can there he any penalty to he paid off by us In Purgatory? A LL descriptions in terms of human affairs of our......

The Children Df Beauraing No Fraud

Ste,-In his recent review of the English translation of Jean HeIld's Miracles, Alcuin remarks with some effect that the author has been merciless with the " children of......

Which Paper?

Ste, I heartily endorse Mr. O'Sullivan's plea for action on your recent leader about evil newspapers. 1 have been astonished to find bow many otherwise excellent Catholic......

The Good In Other

BODIES Sta.,-If Mr. W. J. Igoe will allow me to use his excellent letter in your issue of the 11th as a springboard, so to speak, I feel it is worth remarking that there are......

John Wesley

SIR,-It seems to me regrettable in these days when the Church is 60 obviously face to face with the un masked powers of darkness that time and space should be given to debating......

St. Paul For V.s.

SIR,-If a patron is still needed for the Vernacular Society, would not St. Paul be as good as any? He said: " I will pray with the spirit, i will pray also with the......

Why Sneer At It?

SIR. - St. Cyril and St. Methodius (July 7) might be considered suitable patrons for the Vernacular Society. These ninth-century missionaries, in what is now Czechoslovakia,......

Invented Alphabet

SIR, Surely Mr. Rutherford, if he knows anything about the history of the Church, cannot be unaware that two of our greatest Catholic missionaries, St. Cyril and St. Methodius,......

Insult

Ste,-Such a letter as P. Ruther ford ' s in last week ' s issue of THE CATHOLIC HERM D will most likely further the aims of the Vernacular Society, for it clearly reflects a......

Lands Without People A Family Waits

SIR,-The Australian Hierarchy in the Social Justice Statement recently issued, point out that migration seems to have come to "an abrupt and disconcerting end, " through various......