Page 4, 21st March 1997

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Herald House • Lambs Passage • Bunhill Row • London ECIY 8TQ • Tel • 0171 588 3101 • Fax • 0171 256 9728 Editor • Deborah Jones • Deputy Editor • Piers McGrandle • Literal),......

Let The Music Die

A STORM HAS ARISEN in the genteel world of classical music. Edward Elgar, England's foremost Catholic composer this century, appealed from his near-death bed in 1933 for nobody......

Letters To The Editor

Praise for Winning ways I WARMLY welcome Cardinal Winning's offer of help to women contemplating abortion (article, 14 March). Despite the claims of pro-abortion spokesmen who......

Clear As Mud

As I'M SURE your readers will have noticed, and perhaps she herself is aware, Mary Corbett of Marriage Care failed to reply to the points raised in my letter (7 March). I did......

In The Know

I FIND IT difficult to understand why your correspondents feel that the new Vademecum raises hopes of "a softening on the strict papal line on contraception" (article, 7 March).......

A Committed And Fruitful Lent

IT HAS BEEN a great pleasure and privilege to be involved in partnership with the Catholic Herald through the Lent Course: Great Events Deep Meanings. Your readers will be......

Good Works

GLYN DAVIES (letter, 7 March) says that foreign aid often subsidises dictators, without citing any evidence for his claim. The Church's own agency Cafod works hard to support......

And Moreover...

THERE IS NO secret that some photographs of St Therese were retouched (letter, 7 March), but as Dee Doggett tells us in her article 'A Flower Among Thorns' (28 February), there......