Page 9, 21st January 1938

21st January 1938
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Will Belfast Build An Irish Fleet ?

What The Chamberlain— De Valera Negotiations Imply Partition The Sole Obstacle To Final Settlement THE TALKS BETWEEN THE BRITISH AND IRISH MINISTERS BEGAN ON MONDAY AND BY......

Helping The Press An Exhibition At York

Organised by the Knights of St. Columba, and opened last Friday by Canon Chadwick, an exhibition of many Catholic newspapers, magazines and hooks has proved an attractive......

Polish Bishops Denounce Totalitarianism

The Bishops of Poland have published a collective statement in which they denounce both the Communist and the totalitarian state. All Catholics, the Bishops say, must fight......

Germany Has Become—

The Hub of Diplomatic Tension From Our German Correspondent Since Lord Halifax made his " private" trip to the international Hunting Exhibition in Berlin, Germany's official and......

Outdoor Crib In Chicago

An elaborate crib was erected this Christmas outside the ichurch of the Franciscans in the middle of the city of Chicago. It was the first time that Chicago had seen a crib in......

" Equal Pay For Equal Work "

Schoolmasters' Views From Our Educational Correspondent Nowhere has the slogan "Equal pay for equal work" roused more feeling than in the teaching profession, where it......

Foreign Office And Cardinal Hinsley Vatican Wonders At...

From Our Own Correspondent VATICAN CITY. The enthusiastic welcome given by English Catholics to Cardinal Hinsley on his return to Westminster has been much commented on here.......

Fr. Woodlock's Sermon On Anglican Report

Preaching on Sunday at Farm Street Church, Fr. Francis Woodlock, S.J., made some allusions to the Anglican Commission's Report on Church of England Doctrine in his sermon on the......

Further Attacks On Catholic Education

According to the' Swiss Catholic daily paper Basler Volksblatt, twelve hospitals, ten creches, and twenty schools of various kinds, which were all run by the German Catholic......