Page 6, 26th June 1936

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The Pope

Pius XI, whose entry upon his eightieth year has just been celebrated, will surely be known as the Pope who was modern enough to discern that the times were no longer suited to......

The Liturgy And The People

One of the most heartening signs of spiritual renewal in our day is the growth of popular interest in the Liturgy. In the sea of bewilderm , nt and insecurity which all but sub......

Notes And Comments

The Failure of the League There are two truths of which this paper has time and again during the last two years reminded its readers. One is that international relations can......

In A Few Words

Lighter Moments at the Vatican. Lillustrazione Vaticana, the beautifully produced illustrated fortnightly of the Vatican, has a whole page of light anecdotes about popes and......

Recent Remark's

Wise and Otherwise "We must have a League whose primary duty shall be to remove the causes of war rather than to hide them."—George Lansbury. "I am not prepared to make war on......

First Thoughts By Michael

Israelo-British Some years ago a correspondence arose in a Protestant journal on the questior whether men are saved (in the theologica sense) individually or by nations. Th(......