Page 2, 22nd December 1949

22nd December 1949
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The Schools' Question

Ste,—For years we have all been praying for a " lead " from the Hierarchy. As Soon as it is given there arises a chorus of criticism. But from whom ? A set of politicians !......

Catholicism Today

SIR, - 1 was most interested to see the letter of P. I. Power in a recent issue — more particularly as I have spent the last year in investigating the modern methods of Church......

Mrs. Scobie Sm,—it Was Good To Read W. J. Igoe's

defence of Mr. Greene's two novels. There are too many people on the lookout for something that excites the passions. These people are always ready to project their desires on......

The Catholic Novel Sir, - 1i Is A Pity That Mr. W.

J. Igoe has turned my letter, which was intended to he a word in support of Salford Curate, into an attack on Graham Greene, references to whom were purely accidental. I am not......

Litany Of Loreto

Sus,—The recent correspondence in your columns regarding the Litany of Loreto appears to be a most extraordinary quibble upon an academic point. When sung in Latin. the Litany......

Civil And Canon Law

SIR. — The article by the Earl of Iddesleigh in a recent issue, pointing out that a recent Act of Parliament has removed one of the differences between the Civil Law and the......

Electoral Tactics And The Education Act

Sie.—The manner in which the Hierarchy's proposals for a revision of the onerous financial provisions of the Education Act, 1944, with suggestions that the laity should actively......

Gothic Vestments

SIR, — In reply to a question put to you by the Rev. J. O'Connell, the term " Gothic " was originally applied to the styles of architecture which preceded the renaissance of the......

Points From Letters

Anglo-Polish I I ospitals In our hospitals today there are many Poles undergoing treatment as tubercular. diabetic or mental patients whose present condition is due to the......

La There An " Apostolate " Of Prayer And Suffering For...

We believe so: and would he glad if any reader can supply information about the Aposiolat des Malades, which exists in France. May an "educated" Catholic read the " Penates "......