Page 6, 28th October 1938

28th October 1938
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Rich And Poor Siiould Co-operate

Plea from Catholic Working-man SIR, —There are many decent fellow; Catholics and non-Catholics too, who would share their last copper or last cigarette with a pal, and one can......

The Rosary In Public

SIR,—Mr. Ronald Pilkington, from Florence, suggests the adoption of some modification of our present routine recital of the Rosary. Many a time I have deplored the current " dry......

The Catholic Will To Peace

A Mode of Expression SIR,—Again we readers of the Censure Hessian have to thank Mr. Douglas Jerrold for talking sanity in these chaotic days. But, may I ask—pending the......

Religion In Barcelona Greater Liberty

will be interesting to hear the views of other readers regarding the full Church funeral given to a Basque soldier at Barcelona on October 18. It is, of course, obvious that......

The Balfour Declaration

Cardinal Bourne's Views From THE LATE CARDINAL BOURNE'S PRIVATE SECRETARY SLR,—In connection with our difficulties in Palestine, I call to mind accompanying Cardinal Bourne in......

The Editor

" JUST " WAR When Catholics Should Fight SIR,-T have been interested in the letters in your paper concerning the justification of war, I think this is a problem which must be......

Marriage Guidance

Catholic Need Also SIR,-1 read with a good deal of surprise Mrs. Kemball's letter in your current issue about the Marriage Guidance Council. As a Catholic woman doctor who has......

The Outdoor Collection

SIR,—Regarding two comments this week on my previous letter I see that no attempt was made to answer the simple question, viz.: " If Catholics attend church every Sunday why......

Effects Of Air Attacks

SIR,-1.11 combating the unreasoning hostility and gross unfairness of the English Press to Germany, you and other writers in the CATHOLIC HERALD are doing a valuable service to......

B.u.f. And Reports Of Religious Persecution

Sue—As one who likes to study every angle of a question for myself, I have for some time been interesting myself in the literature of the B.U.F. in view of that movement's......

Refusal Of Imprimatur

Ste,—Calling attention, this week, to Mr. Denis Gwynn's article in the Dublin Review, you state (in italics) : " It appears, in fact, to be the general rule that the imprimatur......

Trivial Thanksgivings

SIR, - I was surprised to read Mr. Hickman's letter re "Trivial Thanksgivings " in last week's issue of the Centaur: HERALD. Mr. Hickman is anxious to hide such information from......