Page 2, 25th November 1960

25th November 1960
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Page 2, 25th November 1960
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What You Think Of `lady C.'

S think we should have a better chance of bringing a full 1 - 7 Christian solution to the modern sexual problem if, as Christians, we gave more care to the expressing of truth.......

Bortng And Unpleasant

S 1R'-Mr. Norman St. JohnStevas is unlikely to be much concerned by fulminations from eminent ecclesiastics who have not bothered to read the book which they condemn. But I......

Moral Effects Of Reading

S IR,-Without wishing to provoke your readers or offer any disrespect to those disting uished contributors who have g iven their views on the "Lady Chatterley's Lover" case, may......

Another Non-reader

S IR,-Whilst realising your oblig ation to ensure that a clear moral lead is g iven to your readers, surely many, like me, must have felt grave concern at the manner in which......

The Meaning Of 'lust'

S IR,-A certain amount of controversy has arisen owing to the case of "Lady C." Various people have written their views in the Catholic papers, and in practically every case one......

Latin Or Old Slavonic?

S IR,-Suppose we "Latin" priests were asked to say Mass in Ancient Slavonic: Otche trash, izhe yesy na nebesikh: da sviatytsia imia Tvoye, da prijdet tsarsvie Tvoye; da budet......

Sir'may I Take Up Several Points In Lady Tryon's Letter?

"The instructed Catholic should ., ." School teachers are all too aware of what people should, but do not know. They realise how such know ledge and awareness fades and dims......