Page 2, 21st July 1961

21st July 1961
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How Strikes Are Avoided In America

National Agreements and Arbitration S IR,-Whilst not wishin g to underestimate the dan g er of Communist and other subversive activities in industry, I feel that the scarin g......

Where Laity Could Replace Priests

S IR,-Er. Johnson's article on the Faith in Cornwall certainly bears out the need for a missionary group as was outlined in a letter to the CATHOLIC HERALD three weeks ago. A......

Hurrah For Drake!

S IR'Your correspondent's reference to Drake as being a pirate shows not only ignorance but extremely bad taste, Sir Francis Drake will always be honoured as one of the world's......

Economic Crisis

Criticism of Chancellor's Policy S IR.I would draw your attention to two matters : (I) On 10 July the City Editor of "The Times" assured us that "fundamental measures are......

Catholic Teacher Problem

Q1R,-Does it occur to "Catholic Head" that one of the objections the N.U.T. and most other teachers' organisations had to the voluntary schools was that Church of England and......

Communists: Love Or Hate?

S IR.-Since the war sixteen years ago Communism has won control over more than 800 million people in thirteen countries. In our own country a few days ago the High Court ruled......

On Finding Translators

S IR,-I was rather disappointed not to find any further, and possibly enlightening comments. on your most interesting remarks on the subject of inadequate translation. There......

Our Music Standards

The Instructions of the Holy See S ER.-Mr. Beswick is quite correct in his diagnosis of the ills afflicting our church music. But does he or anyone else. to judge from the......

'catholic Head' And The C.t.f.

S IR'-Perhaps Mr. Sheill's rude and aggressive letter will help to prove better than I, that it is not always wise to take one's problems to the Catholic Teachers' Federation.......

Walsingham Mass

Q, IR.-I have been told that it 13 was reported in your paper that the Mass Offered on July 4 on the site of the old high altar at Walsingham, was the first Mass on that spot......

English Day Hours

S IR,-In your issue of June 30, one of your correspondents recommended an edition of the Day Hours "put out" by the Benedictines of Stanbrook. The nuns of Stanbrook did, in......

God And Animals

S ''' -That God made animals for Man's use is surely endorsed by the use the God - Mart made of them. The Flight into Egypt and Palm Sunday's Entry into .Tersusalem come quickly......

Ringing Up The Church S Ir'-lvir. D. B. Jarvis's Question Is

art old "chestnut". The simpler explanation is that if the number is entered under any other heading than the priest's name, it is regarded officially as a "business" telephone,......

Church Telephone

S t'In answer to "Church Telephone" a few weeks ago, I think in the Sheffield area we have a solution. If you wish to telephone any Catholic church in the area it can he found......

A Nigerian Home For Babies

S 1'.The maternal mortality rate in Nigeria is still very high and many young babies are left with nobody to care for them. The Catholic Bishop of Ibeclan has kindly given a......