Page 2, 25th November 1955

25th November 1955
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The Sacredness Of Sex

Right Thinking About Married Love S IR, — Having read Fr. Holloway's final letter several times, 1, a parish priest of many years standing, cannot discover any definite meaning......

Contemporary Views

Sir,—I have been deeply disturbed to read the letters of Fr. Holloway in !sour paper. Whilst I accept the need for his warning against the grave contemporary evils of seeking......

Catholic Public Schools

Sir,—" Parent's " letter raises an Interesting and perhaps controversial issue. Few would care to give an exact definition of a boys' Public School, and who would hazard a guess......

Sinners In Novels Written By Catholics

Sir,—Either you do Dr. von Hildebrand an injustice or he is wrong in detecting a reversal of the traditional relationship between the converted sinner and the mediocre man as a......

Sir.—for Many Years I Have Read Your Correspondents'...

this topic and I have so far failed to find that any of them seem to know what is really the basis of a life-long happy marriage, or what really happens when two pc opl e " fall......

'burdens Of Marriage

Sir,—Your correspondent under the heading' " Burdens of Marriage" seems to indicate that the attitude of the Catholic body towards those who are bringing up large families is......

Patronage Of Our Lady Of The Visitation

Sir,—Re enquiries and speculations as to how families can be helped practically I beg once more to draw attention to the aims of those few of us banded together under the......

Lessons Of Experience

Sir, —With every respect due to the priestly office, I think someone, some time, must explain that there are some states of feeling and experience which are beyond their full......

Public Housing

Sir,—The selfish arguments of your two correspondents who object to housing subsidies could of course he applied with equal force to the Health Service, Education, National......

For Note Later?

Sir,—How easy it is to correct ignorance amongst non-Catholics ! I recently bought a set of Junior Encyclopaedia volumes for my children, and was requested by the supplying firm......

Hundred Per Cent

Sir,—In the little village of Combe Martin, North Devon, where there is a small struggling Mission, every Catholic child of school age attends the Convent at Ilfracombe, five......

A Reader's Tribute

—And the moral! Sir,—I should like to join wholeheartedly in the tribute paid by Douglas Hyde to THE CATHOLIC HERALD in his column of November 11. For this I have the most......

Sir,—may 1, As A Veteran Member Of Our Lady's Missionary

League, be allowed to enlarge on Constance Holt's kind remarks on our work. The League is a body of laywomen who endeavour to supply anything from a reel of cotton to a Mass......

The Sailor's Need

Sir.—There will be thousands of Catholic seamen, along with me, who were delighted to read Fr. Fox's letter in your issue of November 4. How few realise that the seamen's life,......

Catholic Paper Books

Sir,—High cost of material, and of labour, must he noted, as well as limited circulation. Is it inappropriate to submit that books in paper covers, printed on comparatively......

The Male Attire

'Edwardian' Protests Sir, -Why should Mr. Wheatley imagine that " ordinary people " dress any better than those who favour long narrow trousers and Edwardian jackets. Why should......

Seat Rents Due

Sir,—Why should the clergy he deprived of this small figure. at least. of definite income for themselves or for their churches —considering how difficult it must be for them to......