Page 2, 24th January 1964

24th January 1964
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Saving The Elevation

I N your number of December 27 last, Canon Drink water referred to The Outlook as being issued by the A.P.F. This is invorrect: it is issued by the M.U.C., the Missionary Union......

Dr. Buezanek Sea Disaster Joint Worship

A reporter from your paper, spoke to me on the telephone last week. He said he wanted some Facts. We spoke for the best part of an hour, as far as I can recollect. and as far as......

Liturgy, Language And Tradition

I F we do not use Latin in our liturgy, what language are we to use? That rather terrible Victorian Ecclesiastical jargon known as "Vernacular"? I was present at a children's......

Pilgrim, Beware!

It is expected that many of your readers will decide to make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1964, following in the footsteps of Pope Paul VI, who has made history by his......

Fair Wages

I find it difficult to accept the facts described in A.B.C.'s letter on pay and overtime. It seems to me that there is something sadly amiss with his arithnietic. According to a......

The Friends Of Malta, G.c.

I write as chairman of the Council of The Friends of Malta. G.C., to bring to the notice of your readers the object and need of this Society, which has recently been formed. As......

Written To Order, And What A Flop!

RADIO & TELEVISION by Eve MacAdam A MOUNTAIN of publicity gave birth to a mouse of a play with "The Crunch", advertised as "specially written by Nigel Kneale" for ATV's......

Th E A Th. E O N July 27, 1960 The

BBC began to familiarise the general public with the alternative pronunciation of Home: Hume. On the 19th October, 1963, Sir Alec, then Lord Home, became Prime Minister. Last......

Some Rattling Good Heroism No Doubt The Fashion Of Stars...

But as it proceeds, the starproducer concept develops closer and closer to that of actor-manager, with all the consequent identification and, at best, enthusiasm. Stanley Baker......

Using Drama *to Teach The Story Of The Passion Question:...

Answer: Julius Caesar. T HE teenage boy who gave this answer to Fr. James Clarke, 0.M.I., started off more than he anticipated. The reply convinced Fr. Clarke that it was......