Page 6, 22nd October 1937

22nd October 1937
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Those Unheard At The Albert Hall The Organisers' Reply

Su,—Mr. O'Sullivan is too humble in fearing that he is either imprudent or indiscreet. Coming from one who has frequently been chosen to speak at the Albert Hall, his letter......

Making More Of C.t.s. Church Door-cases

Ste,—Perhaps the moment is not inopportune to put in a plea for a little more imagination in the arrangement of C.T.S. book racks. It is a commonplace of ordinary salesmanship......

Girls' Clubs

shall be most grateful if you will allow me space to make the following plea. In Liverpool there is a Catholic girls' residential club run on very commendable lines. There is a......

Journalists In Franco's Spain Captain Mccullagh's Reply

Srre—I envy your correspondent his capacity for making friends and his ability to go everywhere he wants to go in Nationalist Spain. " I have always," he says, " been able to......

Evolution Views Are Dangerous At The Back Of All...

ST R, —Dr. W. R. Thompson in his " Science Notes " (October 8) writes: (1) " People have become thoroughly bored with Evolution, and are sick and tired of talking about it," and......

Liturgical Latin

SIR—Many well-meaning people have at various times advocated the use of the vernacular in all services with the exception of Mass and Benediction, pointing out that such a......

What Is A Standard Living Wage?

The Conflict of the Worker's Conscience SIR , —Why do Catholics, in advocating a family wage, never deal with the point that families are not all the same size? Nowadays the......

Welli114gton's Eulogy

Sta.—Father Joseph Keating, S.J., in reply to my letter (October 1) says I am not acquainted with certain facts concerning the Eulogy of the Irish Troops uttered by the Duke of......

The Tone Cult Sir,—in His Letter Of The Week Before

Last your Irish Correspondent makes one more attempt to save Tone from the rank of informer, by stating that the document in which he gave detailed information against Rowan and......

No Catholic Registration

Women Students at Universities S I R,—My attention has been drawn to the Oxford Honours Results published in your issue of August 20. It does not contain a single woman's name.......

Catholic Action Against Communism

Site—Every Catholic worthy of the name will sympathise with Col. O'Gorman's burning zeal to "get a move on." With most of his ideas I am in hearty agreement, although we must......

Why Not A Badge?

Sna—ln order to avoid irreverence, and embarrassment to clergy and laity, would it not be wise for the former to agree upon some definite symbolic badge to be worn......

Commanding Labour

"Not (Heaven forbid!) the Party" SIR—May I develop an argument (it has point here as well as in Australia) inevitably obscured in your report of my talk at the Devereux. I did......

Social Justice Under What System?

Sta,—You pointed out in your footnote to Mr. Stanley Vince's letter (October 8) that the socialisation without-compensation of all the means of production would (there seems to......

Beads And Cork

SIR„—The following, from a cultivated English Musician convert (a liturgical choirmaster), may be of interest: " The Catholic Herald I pass on to the daughter of a convert North......

Wigan House Of Hospitality

Sta..—In a recent issue of your paper you describe me as the founder of the Wigan House of Hospitality. This is incorrect as the scheme was prepared by Miss Eileen M. Wall and......