Page 10, 24th January 1964

24th January 1964
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They're In The Money In Ireland Now

By MONICA SHERIDAN I T must be six or seven years now since I sat on a high stool in a fashionable Dublin bar among three American millionaires and listened, in a disinterested......

An Irish Postscript

DON'T prevent the Irishman from having his head in conversation or you'll probably regret it for ever. If a countryman, he's usually addicted to monologue, in which past,......

By Alan Mcelwain S Oon After His Election Last June, Pope

Paul VI faced up to the autonomous and traditionalist Roman Curia and told it that the successful running of the 20th century Roman Catholic Church demanded its reform. Now he......

Mr. Doyle Replies To Mr. Salter

SIR,—I must reply as briefly as possible to the Rev. John Salter if we are not to end up by writing the CATHOLIC HERALD between us Mr. Salter asks "How often have the popes......