Page 6, 25th March 1938

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The Cabinet's Decision

Catholic Herald Speaks Only For Itself Sta.---A month or two ago you were good enough to publish a letter of mine in which I appealed for " more official guidance " in regard to......

Friendship With Germany

Sna—May I raise my small voice to a serener note amidst all this sable-rattling and slaying Herr Hitler with our mouths? Is it not unjust, and far from the spirit of Christ to......

Catholic Fruit Picking Centre—an Appeal

Sat; The Catholic undergraduates of Cambridge arc once again establishing (with the help of London undergraduates) a centre among the fruit pickers at Wisbeck (June 17-July 20).......

Corporatism In England

Further Advanced Than We Think Sta,—Will you allow us to emphasise a point of great importance made by Mr, Kirwan in his letter on the Corporative Order, and borne out by your......

C.s.g. Member On Mosley

SIR,-1 have great admiration for the CATHOLIC HERALD; it is the finest weekly yet. I am a regular reader but the comments on the B.U.F. by some of my Catholic brethren are apt......

Fascism And Communism

Sue—When Mr. C. Davy says Fascism and Communism are similar, he has taken his stand on a very slippery slope. What has the Holy Father to say? " See to it, Venerable Brethren,......

The End Of Austria

Europe's Loss SIR,—The day that we have dreaded in our hearts for so long has come at last. Austria is no more and Europe has lost a little 'of her soul. Until 1933 many of us......

Ethics Of Bombing

SIR,—Mr. Jerrold, in his article, " The ethics of war in the air," sincere as he is. overdoes it. We can feel great sympathy with his advocacy of General Franco, and again with......

Arms In Spain

SIR.-1 did not expect my suggestion of the imprudence of criticising work unread to elicit from Mr. Moriarty such a weight of sarcasm, or such a macedoine of metaphor. Let me......

The Tablet

Sta.—May I congratulate you on publishing Mr. D. Newton's column on the Tablet, whether or no it was an advertisement. You caused public praise to be given to a contemporary,......

Ne Wspaper Sellin G

Church Door or Newsagents? SIR,—May I beg space for a few observations on the sale of Catholic newspapers? In the first place it almost goes without saying that the ideal way of......

" Not Sufficient Demand "

Few Catholic Books in Libraries Sta,—Filing requests at public libraries asking for Catholic books to be bought is excellent, but it does not touch the subscrip. than libraries.......

Music In Our Churches

SIR, — Reasons can he disputed, but not facts. I keep yearly diaries. When in Rome for three months in the Holy Year 1933 1 was present in St. Peter's, for one Canonization, and......

The Drama

Professional or Amateur Ideals? SIR,—If the remarks about amateurs by Miss Bailvard Hewitt really represent the feelings of the " Interval Club (Catholic Professional Stage)" it......

The New Commonwealth Society

SIR,—Your correspondent Mary Rawson says that so long as Catholics " do not even give their official support to the ' New Commonwealth Society ' . . . so long will non-Catholics......

Preparation For Communion

SIR,—I consider this discussion to have progressed, or rather regressed, far enough when indiscriminate advocation of Holy Communion before Mass has been made. Such a suggestion......