Page 2, 26th July 1940

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Sig—i Happened To Be In Hyde Park The Other Evening.

The Salvation Army were preaching salvation with their usual vigour; the Protestant Truth Society speaker was ruthless in his blasphemy against the most holy Sacrament; the......

S1r—one Of The Things To Be Aimed

at these days is peace of mind, based on the justice of our cause and the unanimity among our co-religionists, and men of good-will, in all parts of the world, which gives us......

A Modern Prayer Book

SIR,—A Londoner makes the proposition in your columns to replace " thou " by " you " In a suggested prayer-book, when addressing God. I hope it is not acted upon : I. Because "......

Questions Answered

Sia,--May I offer an answer to the first of Mr. Cutts seven questions? He asks: " Do we regularly read a Catholic newspaper?" Answer: No. Why not? Because there is no twopenny......

Conscientious Objectors

SIR,—Re the letter of Dr. O'Connor, surely any question a Catholic might raise about a C.O. of his own religion would not so much refer to the legal right to present an......

Catholic Action A Single Battle Line

SIR—This is not intended in any way as an attack on any of our Catholic societies as such. It is intended as an attack on the general failure to appre ciate the significance of......

Spiritual Comforts For The Forces

SIR,—I read with interest the report given in last week's issue of the " Interview with A.A. Chaplain." I spent the whole of the winter months with units of the A.A. gunners and......

The Channel Islands

Si.—As a member of an old Guernsey family I beg to question your statement in the CATHOLIC HERALD Of July 5 that prior to the Reformation the Channel Islands were attached to......

Christian Union Military Training

SIR—I have read with great interest the two excellent letters on the apathy of Catholics towards the C.S.G. and Catholic Action generally, which appeared in last wegk's CATHOLIC......

A Christian Monument

SIR,—Regarding Christian Union, perhaps a suitable start could be made by an agreement between all the Christian Churches to co-operate in erecting a monument to " Christ the......

A Catholic In England

SIR,—" A Catholic in England " asks for more than a quid pro quo when he appeals —in your issue of July 12—to the Catholics of Spain to support " the fundamental righteousness......

The Russian Stumbling Block

SIR,—" Catholic of England " in a recent issue asks of Spain the same recognition for the fundamental righteousness of our cause as we gave them for theirs. Spain's cause was......

Towards Her Friends

SIR.—That a more friendly policy on the part of Britain towards Nationalist Spain in the Civil War, would not have ensured for us the friendship of that country now, is......

Bank Charges

SIR,—I can only say in reply it is not safe to base a general principle upon an isolated single example, and I suggest that any business man with a large banking account will he......

Job Wanted By A Town Idiot

SIR—It came as a shock to me to read Father McNabb's article, because I have long desired to give up that way of life known only to the urbanised and semi-educated Englishman. I......

Kalendar Of The Week

Sunday, July 28. Eleventh after Pentecost. Saint Nazarius and Corn panions, Martyrs. Monday, July 29. Saint Martha, Virgin. Saint Felix and Com panions, Martyrs. " But Martha......

Points From Letters

In view of the obvious patriotism manifested by the clergy in war-time, it would only be right, I think, to avoid giving scandal by making it known that the writer of the letter......