Page 4, 24th January 1964

24th January 1964
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Mr. Paul To The Romans

M R. PAUL'S study of the Church of England has no direct bearing on Catholic affairs, hut a number of matters arise from it which ought to give us food for thought as well. We......

Continuing Link With Ireland

H ISTORY and geography have combined to maintain an abiding link between Britain and Ireland. In the past, that link has had many tragic consequences but today Anglo.lrish......

A N 'a Ns Wer To

PA UL JOHNSON By HUGH KAY T HERE is much to admire in Mr. Paul Johnson, and much to forgive. He is a gifted writer, and something of a myth in his own right. But, after his......

Thank You, Mr.

:VIACLEOD HE sense of profound relief we must all feel on reading Mr. Macleod's revelation of what a narrow escape we had during the Tory leadership crisis should now begin to......

Whitefr1ars Chro1vicle

A SMALL select group of clergy chatted excitedly on Platform 8. Victoria Station, last Thursday night, as they waited for the Dover Boat Train to pull into London with the new......