Page 4, 24th April 1942

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Catholic Herald

FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942. HEAD OFFICE: 67, Fleet St., London E.C.4. (Central 6264-5) 30, Manchester St., Liverpool. CADVance 3689) 6, Vernon St., Leeds. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (post......

The C.t.s.

A T the annual meeting in London of the Catholic Truth Society Fr, Philip Hughes did the popular Catholic press the honour of singling it out for denunciation as vague, windy,......

Rebuilding Christendom—iii I By Stanley B. James I

SELF-GOVERNMENT A Question of Individual Responsibility Servitude, Not Poverty, the Greatest Evil 4 N 0 man," wrote Leo XIII in Rerunt Novarum, "may outrage with impunity that......

In A Few Words

Week-end Reading TN the course of a prolonged and flu infested week-end I have been doing a certain amount of reading. I have marked four passages that seemed to me striking and......

Notes And

THE SPRING LULL A STRANGE and uncanny quiet, broken only by more or less isolated incidents like bombing and counter-bombing. seems to have descended on the warring world in......

Comments

remedy—the most important of all —which is not mentioned. If the problem be considered not merely as one of national expediency but of principle, it will be found that it......

Column

1 8 By Reporter ----- FULFORD " Nice Manners" VOU shake your head, say " No, -I. thank you," and add; " Maa your food do you good," when ever a Spaniard invites you to eat witl......

Recent Remarks Wise And Otherwise

" But the Daily Mirror's change ce tone since the warning sug g ests to nu an absence, on the part of its pro prietors, of any stron g faith in iti habits."—Harold Laski. " I......

A Grand Smile

Keep smiling and let nothin g stop you—even dental plates. Sprinkle your plate in the morning with Dr. Werner& Powder and it will stay firm and comfortable all day long. And Dr......