Page 5, 27th August 1937

27th August 1937
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The Conversion Of England

What is There Really to Prevent it? SIR, —Nearly every week the words " the conversion of England " appear several times in your columns. I want to know: I. Exactly what we mean......

Are We Heavy Or Pedantic?

Disagreement Between Public School Boys Sta,-1 hope that " Public School Boy" was educated at a very inferior establishment or that he failed to profit from the money expended......

Money And Employment

SIR,—The main point at issue between Mr. Benvenisti and myself is a very important one. Let me begin with a brief reply to him on two minor issues, to which I shall not return.......

Small Shopkeepers And Big Combines

SIR, — As a small shopkeeper and an independent retailer 1 look forward with interest to Francis Hunt's further ideas which are to be submitted. May 1, however, while the......

Liturgy And The Vernacular Making A Breach For Heresy

SM.—I cannot hut feel anxiety over letters in your paper which seem to raise the issue of a vernacular Liturgy. One recalls the part played by vernaeularism in the sixteenth......

A Little " Recklessness" Is Worth While

Sus--May a priest in an Industrial area comment on the recent appeal for less " reckless " discussion of the social problem? Granting the contention that there is in fact a deal......

Shall We Live Underground?

Air-Raid Apathy SIR,--In connection with your Note on Air-Raid Protection in last week's issue, it might remove apathy if you could invite suggestions for protection, from your......

Praise For Fr. Drinkwater

We May Yet Escape the Asylum SIR,—I very much appreciate your fairness in dealing with correspondence on topics which today are essential. A few more Father Drinkwaters and the......

Cause Of Henry Vi Sir,—it Was Naturally With A Great

deal of interest that your readers read an appeal for letters and petitions for the beatification of Pius X., and I hope that the appeal will not be without avail. But I think......

Appreciation

SIR,—We would like to express our deep gratitude and thanks for the splendid and most courageous article by " Connor Down " in your issue of July 30. We are looking forward to......

Guide Book Rubbish

SIR,—I write to protest against the stuff thought good enough for English travellers on the Continent. During our trip we visited the Grotto of Han in the Ardennes. It is a......