Page 4, 19th May 1944

19th May 1944
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Earth And Ourselves Sage In May

" H E that would live for aye " Must eat sage in May." And when one reads of all the Ills that this grey-green leaf is supposed to cure is does indeed seem that, with a good......

The War Week By Week

GERMAN AERIAL I NON-RESISTANCE I By Capt Bernard Acworth The offensive in Italy, now four days old, is designed to destroy the German armies and, as a consequence, to capture......

Thinking Big

NE sometimes asks oneself whether Catholics in general are still " thinking big about the Church—thinking as they once thought in the days of the Primitive Church, as they......

Feminine Forum C.sr.agy

M EET Mrs. Beatrice Warde. She is an American who made up her mind early in this war that something would have to be done about the English book famine in America and the......

Sunday Readings

I Epistle: Ephesians 4, 7 - 13 Gospel: John 17, 1-11 THE GLORIFIED SON OF MAN HEN our Lord ascended into heaven, it was not to resume the glory which He had with the Fatties......

Nzirtreststiatnreermv== I Lli Ruli I Hal 11 1 1 Tivir I

I U UI V 1UIJ i n tnuiu r r is perhaps unfortunate that Fr. Orlemanski's journey to MoscoW has ended with a canonical suspension imposed by his Bishop. This ecclesiastical......

Recent Remarks Wise And Otherwise " The Prince Of Darkness

is a gentleman, and not seldom takes his weekend in the country."—Mgr. R. A. Knox. " If the land workers think they can better conditions and wages by backing their masters' bid......

In A Few Words

The Archbishop's Broadcast MANY perhaps who had not heard the Archbishop of Westminster before listened to the service which he conducted on Sunday night. They would have been......