Page 6, 25th June 1937

25th June 1937
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Field Of Catholic Letters Comparisons

Sta,—Miss Alice Curtayne is quite correct. The field of Catholic Letters is not lucrative! But who ever pretended it was? And why should a Catholic more than any other writer......

Virtue Of Patriotism

SIR,—Mr. Trappes-Lomax's article has set everyone by the cars. 1 note that it has been regarded in some quarters as a rebuke of the Catholic Herald's own policy. I have little......

" Methods Of Vilification"

Sne—Under the above appropriate heading you publish Miss Letitia Fairfield's well reasoned and justifiable attack on the German Government for its " poison gas" warfare against......

Org Anised Catiiolic Action

Pope's Views interpreted Sm,—I think that Quibbler " must admit that, in the Holy Father's mind, technical " Catholic Action " is meant to be organised. It is, first, insisted......

Co-operation In Education

SIR,—If Mr. Scale's policy of nonco-operation with state education were adopted by Catholic authorities, our elementary schools would be non-existent in five years. It must be......

The Faith—and Party Politics Word Of Help To The Lost...

SIR,—The case of " Indicator " (whose! letter appeared on June 11) was interesting, because probably typical of other Catholics who give a wavering allegiance to the Church's......

G.k.c. Memorial

SIR,—I have been asked to draw attention to the proposed memorial to the late Gilbert Keith Chesterton. The memorial is to take the shape of an enlargement of St. Teresa's......

" The Hospital Scandals" French Doctors Protest

Sit.--In the name of a Catholic Association which comprises a large number of doctors, surgeons, Chiefs of Staff, Assistants and Interns in the Hospitals of the Assistance......

Baron Von Hugel

sm.—I have been asked by the family of the late Baron von Hugel and Messrs. J. M. Dent & Sons Ltd., Publishers, to write the life of the Baron. In order that this work may he......

"men And Tendencies" The Author Replies

Sat,-1 hope I shall not seem ungrateful for Mr. Turnell's most appreciative, indeed generous review of Men and Tendencies if I reply to his acute and extremely intelligible......

C.s.g.

HMI confess that Mr. Young's letter of May 21 did indicate his lack of appreciation of the part taken in Catholic Action by existing societies, and his current letter further......

"the Nottingham Blind Boy."

A Letter dealing with the Bishop of Pella's review of the above case will be found on page 11.......