Page 8, 19th October 1962

19th October 1962
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War's Come -back

By FREDA BRUCE LOCKHART A FTER every war it seems that war films, with or without sonic particular slant, come back into fashion at recurrent intervals. To judge from the last......

All Sorts Eye-witness Report From St. Peter's

By Fr. Bernard Basset, Si. WRITE this Roman letter on the afternoon of Thursday. October 11, having been in St. Peter's and on rny feet from 7.15 a.m. until just after 2 p.m.......

Our Lady Of The 17th Parallel

B ELOVED of the faithful are the shrines of Mary: Lourdes . Fatima . . . Beauraing . . . Banneux• . . . La Salette . . Walsingham. . . . We are familiar, too, with Our Lady's......

A Great

success By Eve McAdam T HE radio and TV coverage of the opening of the Second Vatican Council has been a success of such magnitude that it isn't possible to list all its......

Pushing The Door Open

B y not writing a Henry II, Shakespeare left the door open for others. Christopher Fry in Curtmantle, now at the Aldwych Theatre, and T. S. Eliot in his Murder in the Cathedral,......

Off Work With Ches

"Having taken 'Famel Syrup' fa years I would like to recommend have for years been off work t winter with my chest until six year nv sister told me about Fame! S whkh I take all......

Living With 'that'

By D. DOUGLAS LORD D O we, I wonder, tend to take our statues too much for granted? Are they just part of the furniture, or real aidememoires in our Catholic life? Some are,......