Page 8, 23rd July 1937

23rd July 1937
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Mr. Eden's Plan

A careful examination of iVir. Eden's plan for a new international agreement on Spain makes it evident that it is not really impartial, in the sense of being founded upon an......

The Modern Crusaders

What exactly it is that makes a movement " catch on " is not easy to say. We only know that at certain times certain men and certain movements seem to respond to some deeply......

Senator Marconi

We may leave to others the task of reviewing Marconi's immortal work in the field of science, and of the revolutionary changes in the daily life of Society for which his genius......

The Naval Agreement

The simultaneous naval agreements between this country and Germany on the one hand and Russia on the other are like a ray of commonsense in a mad world. The surprising thing......

Cowardly Hate

It was curious that these naval agreements. simultaneously concluded with the two rivals, Germany and the Soviet, should have been made known only a few days after the pathetic......

Sino-japanese Clash

As we said last week, the time has long gone by when it would have been possible to decide whether China or Japan was the aggressor in Northern China. Despite the fact that at......

Modern Art

It was a coincidence that a protest should have appeared in this paper against certain exhibits in a recent Catholic Art Exhibition—a protest, by the way, that seems to be......

Living Language Liturgy

We publish on this page a letter from Fr. Martindale of exceptional interest and importance. With caution, but with firmness, he suggests that all that is not sacrificial in the......

No Official Language

There is, in fact, no single official liturgical language at present, and of the ten languages in use in the Church's liturgy, three are in the vernacular, Rumanian, Arabic and......

Liturgy And Latin

Where The Dead Language May Be Abolished To the Editor of the Catholic Herald From FR. MARTINDALE Sire — In the April 20 issue of the Belgian fortnightly, La Cite Chretienne......

In A Few Words

A New " Dublin" Editor I SEE that the Dublin Review has acquired a new editor—and this without losing the services of Mr. Denis Gwynn, who succeeded the late Mr. Algar Thorold......

Recent Remarks

Wise and Otherwise "If a painter cannot see that the sky is blue and that g rass is g reen, it should be the task of the Minister of the Interior to prevent him havin g......