Page 4, 25th April 1958

25th April 1958
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Irish Tragedies MAIM SOMETHING of the personal tragedy that Ireland's shortage of work coupled with England's lack of houses can bring to Irish families was brought home to me......

Christ And Home. 3

I Ira I IrlBy h'r. C. C. 111artindale, S.J. THERE has recently been much correspondence about "adopted" children, and how necessary it is for such children to he incorporated......

Daily Mass Guide

SUN., APR. 27. THIRD SUN= DAY AFTER EASTER. d. Comm. of S. Peter Canisius. Creed. Preface of Easter. (White). MON., APR. 28. S. Paul of the Cross. d. Comm. of S. Vitalis.......

The Cost Of Stupidity

B OTH at home and abroad we have just now glaring examples of tragic situations arising, not out of bad will in any sections of democratic opinion, but through human failure to......

Why Are His Writings So Popular

By Dom Anthony FLANNERY, O.S.B. N OT all great writers have been great speakers or preachers. Indeed, it would seem that the twofold accomplishment is rarely found in the same......

An Angry Young Man Accuses The Church Of Being Stuffy

By IRIS CONLAY YOUNG sculptor rang me up the other day and told me how he had started off with hig hopes of working for the churches and how bitterly disappointed he had been by......

In A Few Words By Jotter

The 'CH.' Survey 3,000 Replies B Y Monday evening this week, we had received 2,984 replies to our Survey Questionnaire. This is a magnificent response, and we are most grateful......