Page 2, 27th May 1955

27th May 1955
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Suffering Of

Hell The Church's Teaching Sir,—In your issue of May 13th, under " Here's the Answer." a reader asks whether one should give up the practice of the Faith because of the......

Civil Service Catholic Guild

Sir.—Your report of Bishop Heenan's words to the Civil Service Catholic Guild prompts me to ask your support in bringing the Guild to the notice of all Catholic Civil Servants.......

Displaced Persons—discarded Woollens

Sir, — Many of your readers have shown a keen interest in our Individual work for the Displaced Persons. We had such distressing reports, last winter. of their lack of blankets......

Professional Salaries

Sir,—Discussion of professional salaries is surely as suitable a subject for sour columns as discussion of wages. A recent conference of national local government officers......

Uncatholicholywell

Sir,-1 am a Catholic and have resided in Holywell (note the name) all my life. I am sorry to say there is not a single Catholic representative on our local council. Time and......

Instruction Books For The Children

Sir.—I was recently privileged to visit an exhibition of books for use in Catholic schools arranged by the teachers Of N.E. London. Here I found the complete answer to the......

The 'imitation Of Christ'

Sir,—In any discussion on the " Imitation " the words of George Eliot, herself no Catholic, in the Mill on the Floss" are worth quoting: " . . the small old fashioned book for......

T.u. Training By Correspondence

Sir. - 1 can, confirm the point made by Mr. Hubert Hudson in his letter (C.H. 13.5.55) that the tuition from Labour colleges in Scotland is unsuitable for Catholics. In this......

Education In Convents

Sir,-1 have read with great interest the recent articles and correspondence on Religious Education, and have found them both helpful and inspiring. Now that the focus returns to......

Selling Books

Getting the Catholic Book Sir.—Like Mr. J. Cleeves, I also feel rather strongly about directing readers' enquiries for Catholic hooks to one London firm. Surely, the correct and......

Anglican Difficulties

Problems of Clergy who Look to Rome Sir,—Your recent editorial entitled " Catholics and an Anglican Split " may have led some to suppose that the number of clergy -of the Church......