Page 5, 1st October 1971

1st October 1971
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Letters To The Editor

Let the aged come to'church! MR. MAHONEY (Sept 24 ) may feel embarrassed at the sight of the aged and infirm attendin g Mass in all weathers. I save my shame for those priests......

Christ As Supreme Mediator

A s I became a convert to Catholicism throu g h readin g the works of Marshall McLuhan 1 was very interested in H. R. F. Keatin g 's article of September 17 on the media. Unlike......

Trade Unions Not Responsible For Excess Of Strikes

1 FIND it most dif fi cult to accept some of the arguments put forward by I (September 10) to support his accusation that the trade unions are largely for our excess number of......

Difficult To Believe In Graham Greene

M a' old mate, Bill I g oe, has —so 1 read in his review of the novelist's early autobio g raphy ( Sept 17 ) some difficulty in acceptin g the existence of an g els , but none......

Penny Catechism Still Useful

I AM sorry for M. C. Johnson whose dislike of instruction based on the Penny Catechism has led him to write a letter without finding out that the use of this booklet has long......

Conflict Of Loyalties In Ireland

I N his series of articles on the historical back g round to the terrible troubles in Northern Ireland, Mr. Walter Mahon-Smith showed how for nearly four centuries there have......

Survivals And New Arrivals

IT seems to be a case of "all change" these days within the cosmos of the Catholic press. Even The Times took judicial notice last Saturday. Predictability, in fact, has retired......