Page 2, 25th May 1962

25th May 1962
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Apartheid In Our Schools ?

S 1R,--The startling juxtaposition of two articles in your issue of May 11-"Will the Churches act in Time?" and "Fees Leap up and Queues grow"-prompts me to wonder whether those......

Closed Doors

S 1R'The correspondence regarding churches locked during daylight hours makes sad reading. On the one hand there is the law of the Church: "Churches in which the Most Blessed......

Sunday Papers

S IR, As a group concerned with the welfare of young people. we were very disturbed to hear, from a reliable source, that unsuitable Sunday newspapers are taken in a large......

Should We Join The Common Market?

I feel that Count Michael de la Bedoyere (May 11) infers too much when he concludes from the figures for Continental holidays and hours paid for but not worked that the Common......

S.v.p. Helps 'have-nots'

S IR,-In your issue of May II, yo i report upon a recent meeting of Lay Society represen tatives for discussion of the Freedom from Hunger campaign. Two years ago, the......

Peace And The Poet

S IR,-It was refreshing to see that great mediaeval poem-Piers Plowman-quoted in the CATHOLIC HERALD (May 11). Another passage which is most appropriate to the debate on war and......

'passing By'

S IR'In sympathy with J. Govett (May 11) I had the same experience with my mother who is now dead -may I ask why so many Catholics fail in the charitable act of giving old and......

The Bomb And Us

S IR,-While reading through the letters on the Aldermaston march and the nuclear debate, I was struck by the lack of balance in the central -moral argument of the......

Although A Convinced Pacifist. I Cannot Help Agreeing...

levelled at C.N.D. in Mr. McQueen's recent article. It could be said that a Christian for whom the use or threat of nuclear weapons is abhorrent should work together with all......

Unions In Spain

S IR. Fr. Rope concludes his letter (Mai I 1) with a plea for sympathy or "Catholic rulers who are so 'reactionary ' as to act as Catholic rulers" and this raises far wider......

The 'haves' And The 'have-nots'

S IR Your excellent editorial "The 'Haves' and the 'Havenots' " (May 18) provokes thoughts which have arisen in my mind many times over the years and of which, to tell the......

'single Ladies'

S M,-"Single Lady" (May 11) echoes a cry from the hearts of many thousands of single women, who often live in the most lonely and appalling conditions. Although the single woman......

Jerusalem Cross

For the benefit of a gentleman and two ladies who gave her a "lift" in their car from the Slipper Chapel, Walsingham, on Easter Sunday, Mrs. L. A. Stebbens of Walsingham asks us......

Advice, Please

CIR,-I have received an unexpec ted expected cheque for £3, which should like to he used for relief work among refugees in Hong Kong. I have no idea where to send it for this......