Page 2, 18th September 1959

18th September 1959
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The People Of Kerala

S IR,-At last we have succeeded in our struggle in oustin g the Communists of this State from power. A good lot of our friends abroad are under the impression that the Communist......

Catholic Books For Poland

S IR. - The representatives of the Catholic Teachers ' Federation, of the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, and of the Young Christian Workers ex pressed their readiness......

The Holy Tunic And The Holy Shroud

S IR'-The very interesting article on the Holy Tunic of Argenteuil (September 4) mentions photographing among the scientific tests applied. The following details about the......

Talk With Communism

S 'R- I entirely share your regret at not having been able to publish the letter " from a distin g uished and very experienced Catholic journalist" ; I am certain that his views......

Good Teenager Magazines

could not agree more with a letter signed "Flame " which appeared in a recent issue of the CATHOLIC HERALD. I am 15 years old. and at my school I see plenty of magarines about......

King Henry Vi

Movement for Canonisation S IR, - The other day I had the pleasure of meeting Canon Donald Rea here, and he showed me a holy picture of King Henry with a prayer for his......

'intellectual Apathy'

Working Together or Alone s 112, I should be grateful if you would once more allow me the hospitality of your columns to reply to some points which hese arisen as a result of my......

F. 0. Davis And The 'dome ./p S Ir,-the Review Known

as the " Dome " was due to close as a business expedient prior to my submission to the Catholic and Roman Church; it was a mere coincidence that 1 was very much involved in the......

Are We Smug ?

QIR, - The letter from Clement Craven deserves great attention and, more important, great ection. I wonder in how many it stirred a desire to do something to help seek out " in......

Continental Dialogue

S IR, - I have just returned from an extensive tour of the Continent. In almost every country which I visited I found the litur gical movement in a virile state: I found both......

(mrs.) Hilda Moorhouse

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5 Albion Street, Chacklerton,

Expressing One's Opinion S IR'-Freedom to express one ' s opinion is not only a mark of a free society: it is essential to its existence, particularly in our times when......

Missing The Dialogue

SIR,-What a difference a "dia logue Mass" can make in one ' s own participation (or non-partici pation) in the service! I was con verted to Roman Catholicism after having for......

On English Pietas

is not always realised by foreigners that the Church of England, however illogical her position may be, owes a great deal to the forces of conservatism and sentiment. In the......

Deadly Sex Ignorance

SIR,-I find Mrs. Liston's obscurantist letter q uite horrifyin g , for it is my firm belief that g reat h a rm is done by the policy of silence. The lady would, I am sure.......

Is It Irish Obstructionism?

qIR,-My old friend Jerome Burrough's contribution to the debate on this erastian movement in the English (Catholic) Church does give me some grounds for hope and ample ones for......

Reactionaries

SI R,-Criticism has been made of the Irish on the grounds that the Irish are against contemporary liturgical developments. This may or may not be so. I would, however, suggest......