Page 2, 1st November 1940

1st November 1940
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The Question Of Size Vital To Liberty

SIR—YOU have published a letter which suggested that size was one of the factors to be recognised in social reconstruction, i.e., every organisation tends to become too large.......

T.u.s And Catholics Remember Cardinal Manning

SIR—The difficulties in these days of reporting, writing up, cutting down, and proof-reading must account for the extraordinary mix-up of the sentence in my account of the......

Forgiveness

SIR,—One thing seems very strange to me now (I miss very few sermons in our church). Since the start of this war with Germany I have never once heard a sermon preached on " Love......

St. Jude

SIR,—Would you allow me to thank all those who have sent me booklets and particulars about St. Jude? In many cases the senders have not given their names—hence my request that I......

Christian Social Order The Economists

SIR,—Captain Curd's reply to my letter follows very much the lines that I expected it to take. The question 1 put to him is, of course, again unanswered, for to speak of myself......

False Philosophers

Ste.—The point about the experts mentioned by Mr. Benvenisti is not so much that they are orthodox economists as false philosophers. They are out to produce the maximum amount......

The Small Machine Sir,—i Was Very Glad To See The

letter of Mr. E. H. Bliss in this week's issue, and Particularly to note that the writer sees the (Continued in next column). dilemma confronting the user of the small machine.......

England's Resistance The Christian's Opportunity

SIR.—Events have confirmed my belief that Herr Hitler expected, by an overpowering air assault, to subdue Britain in October and exact an armistice on November 11. He reasoned,......

Army Morals

Ste,-1 am afraid Mrs. Ncilan begs the question when she says that if a woman is soliciting a soldier he should repel all her advances and tell her to clear out. By reason of an......

"shamado Loyalty" When Churchill Was The Enemy

Sul,—The " Loyalty " of the Six Counties of Ulster I have experienced since I was born in Portadown seventy years ago, and its brass faceduess has in no way altered, only that......

Business As Usual

Apostolate of the Prayer-Card is still going full swing in spite of the disaster to the Mission House, and is now definitely established among Anglicans, whose clergy especially......

Poplar Catholics

Ste,--1 was horrified to see the results of carelessness in my notes last week, so that I said " last year's evacuation from Poplar resulted in notable infidelity among the......