Page 5, 21st June 1974

21st June 1974
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Davison Should Remove Beam From His Own Eye

Mr Biggs Davison, MP, chairman of the Right-wing Monday Club of the Conservative and Unionist Party. criticises (June 14) our bishops for failing to condemn Irish prisoners on......

G Kc's Sympathy With Ireland

In your issue of May 31 Gerard Noel expressed the hope that in this, the centenary year of Gilbert Keith Chesterton, people will flock to the library shelves in search of (to......

Shy About Politics

"A Prs" letter (May 10) about a possible "Catholic vote" is very thought-provoking. As a Catholic actively engaged in politics (I am a Liberal), i frequently experience the......

Letters

Watch committee to stop permissiveness We read in the press with deep concern, First, that the Family Planning Association is inaugurating a scheme for giving advice on......

Our Incapacity For Effective Military Defence

Dear Sir — May I reply to Mr gitehell's letter (May 24) in support of Bruce Kent? I — The morality of our nuclear defence policy. The more we emphasise the increas ing......

Hyde Park Rally Was Tough

Come off your pedestal, Mrs Creedon (June 7) and admit that you, like so many of us "Dogooders" and regular Massgoers are all too prone to the scandalising habits of rash......

God's Third Love

By something which is clearly more than a mere coincidence, writes Fr Guy Brinkworth, SJ, the Holy Year coincides with the third centenary of the apparitions of the Sacred Heart......

From Professor K. W. Keohane, London Unirersitv.

I am in a fortunate position — fortunate in one way that I roughly know what is going on, but unfortunate in another in that the knowledge is becoming of increasing disquiet. I......

Used Magazines Needed In Kenya

The Catholic Church in Kenya observed June 9 as World Communications Day to coincide with the Protestant Churches observation of Broadcasting Sunday. The emphasis in Kenya tends......

Double Standards

May I be allowed to express my genuine admiration for Mr B. J. H. Blancharde (May 31). He is, as far as I know, the first person to acknowledge publicly that double standards......