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Letters To The Editor

The 'Old Mass' has not gone with the wind From Mr Neville J McNally, Sir, On behalf of cra UK, I am grateful to The Catholic Herald and Anthony Symondson SJ for reviewing......

Would A War Against Saddam Be Justified, And If So, Under...

From Mr Gordon Stevens Sir, May I through your paper urge all your readers who view any attack on Iraq as totally evil to write to the Prime Minister stating their views in a......

From Mr Edward Leigh Mp Sir, As A Politician I

am not qualified to engage in the debate on whether an attack on Iraq would meet the conditions of a just war laid down by Saint Thomas Aquinas and others. To me it is......

Keep Smiling From Fr J.h. Van Leeuwen Sir, Your Report

of the speech of Fr Ratcliffe (Sept 6), and your editorial comment fill me with gloom. I am a parish priest in the Netherlands, the only priest for three large parishes, with......

Grief Tourism

From Miss Fiorella Sultana de Maria Thank you, Mary Kenny (August , I hada sportsman' s bet on who would be the first to quote "no man is an island" to justify mass hysteria. I......

Including The Cwn

From Mrs Karol Radford Sir, Bishop Malone's statement that he couldn't exclude the Catholic Women's Network from the Catholic Directory on the grounds that he couldn't "judge an......

Remedial Adult Re

From Dr Richard Brown Sir, It was good to read Joanna Bogle's account of her week-end with Youth 2000 at Walsingham. I am sure the youngsters she met there are as full of......

Evil, Real Evil, Is A Fact Of Everyday Life

John Gummer The u world appears to be a much nastier place than many of s have reckoned with. In our ordinary lives with their disappointments and difficulties, their loves and......

From Mr Alexander Haydon Sir, "one Of The Problems Of

the Novus Ordo is that it has rarely been given the chance in a parochial context of being celebrated in a way that will commend it to the broadest number of people". So claims......

From Mr David Kitto Sir, Oh Dear! Here We Go

again! "The Old Mass has gone with the wind" Really? One of the first rules of good journalism is to check your facts first, something that Anthony Symondson SJ has clearly......