Page 4, 20th December 1963

20th December 1963
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The Submerged Tenth

O UR reporter's story of the two nights he spent in London doss houses must surely strike horror into all but the most insensitive. It is a terrifying thought that. in an......

Ma R P S Silent Expectat101 1

By Fr. Vincent Rochford G OD'S readiness to give Himself presupposes man's readiness to receive, and indeed is proportioned to it. The long preparation, almost 2,000 years of......

Threat To The European Idea

PRESIDENT DE GAULLE is an enigma. even to his own countrymen. There is. therefore. a real danger that his allies in the Common Market are misinterpreting his latest ultimatum......

Comment

T HE CATII0EIC HERALD sees it as a matter of duty to give space, in its correspondence columns, to any matter of public concern which seems to need airing. It is on this basis......

Whitetriars Chronicle

DETER ANSON. who will be wellknown to readers of the CATHOLIC HERALD as a writer on the church and religious affairs—he contributed a short review in last Knowles' book on......

Anglo-ge Rman

IN MY VIEW By Auberon Waugh PRESIDENT de Gaulle's ultimatum to his Common Market partners on farming policy agreements can be taken seriously or not as one chooses. but the......

Axis, Maybe ?

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