Page 2, 19th January 1951

19th January 1951
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The Atom Bomb May It Be Used?

Sta.-The question of the use of the atom bomb is more than academic. Casualties in war can very quickly devolve responsibility on humble shoulders. Most men will be in a......

Walsingham Stations Of The Cross

Sue May I please be allowed through your correspondence columns to inform those people who very kindly contributed to a fund opened for the purpose of setting up in a permanent......

. Nationalist Spain

Sno-Your excellent front page article in last Friday's issue dealing with the plurality of claimants to the throne of Spain, and the conflicting ideologies and loyalties which......

Graham Greene

A Strong Defence SLR, -One does not begin to understand Graham Greene's critics. Do they Live in a world either all - black or ail - white? Or demand that Catholic literature......

The Rosary And Mass Sr,-quite Possibly I Should Have Used

the qualification "generally speaking" in my letter. but is not Mr. St-fl also pressing his point too far if, by his lengthy quotation from Mediator Del, he intends to infer......

"barn To Be A Church"

Sue-As Steyning is served from the parish of Shoreham-by-Sea, and happening to be parish priest of these places. I was especially interested in your notice in your last number,......

Rotary Clubs Catholic Puzzled

SIR,-1 am very much puzzled by the report that the Holy Office has warned Catholics against Rotary Clubs, as I have been a member of my local Club since it was formed in 1946,......

An Anglican Visit To Rome Sir, May I Be Allowed

to say how much I appreciated the letter which Dom 'Theodore Richardson, 0.S.B., has written concerning the isit of an Anglican clergyman to the Eternal City ? What he says is......

"jennifer " His Notes The Jotter Asks For The Derivation

of the name Jennifer. According to Miss E. G. Withycombe, whose admirable and fascinating Oxford Dictionary of English Christian Nantes should be on all shelves. it is the......

Meaning Of 'worker'

Equivocal Term Si,-A king is as much a worker as any man. This conclusion can obviously be drawn from my previous letter. Christ the King therefore must also he a Worker. In......

The English And Foreigners • Str.-may I Be Allowed To

make a few comments on Mrs. Harris's letter concerning foreigners in general and Poles in particular ? I fully understand her attitude and I would be the lust to blame her for......

Points From Le Tters Churches Dedicated To The Assumption...

interested in Mr. R. B. Maunsell's fist of ancient churches dedicated to the Assumption of Our Lady, especially so as he lists three with this dedication in Sussex. Hari ison,......

How Did The "lady Bird" (martenkiifer, Bete A Bon Dieu,...

Probably from its attractive appearance. But in America it is a " Lady Bug " or Lady cow, and some people think that " lady " is a survival of a Middle-English uninflected......