Page 11, 29th January 1937

29th January 1937
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'flu Upsets Business And Education Basque Priest...

From Our Dublin Correspondent The main subject of interest in Ireland at present is " the 'flu." Daily the newspapers report the progress of the epidemic across the country. It......

I.c.f. Prepare For Convention Planning A Corporative System

From Our Dublin Correspondent Next week the Irish Christian Front will hold its long looked-for convention and adopt a permanent constitution. The organisers ought to invite all......

Silence Maintained On Anglo-irish Talks

From Our Dublin Correspondent The stir caused by Mr. de Valera's conversations with Mr. Malcolm MacDonald, Dominions Secretary, has been followed by a political silence that......

Mr. Belton And Mr. Lemass

From our Dublin Correspondent ; Another unfortunate clash must be recorded. Mr. P. Belton, T.D., President of the I.C.F., waited on the Minister for Industry and Commerce, Mr.......

C.y.m.s. National Conference

Members of the National Executive of the C.Y.M.S. met in London on Sunday last to discuss the final arrangements for the annual conference, which will take place in London at......

Christian Drama In Belfast

SIXTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL Fr. Justin on Literature and Catholic Action From Our Belfast Correspondent. The sixth annual Catholic Drama Festival, promoted by the Christian Arts......

What Causes Modern Unrest

DR. GRIMLEY POINTS THE WAY Birmingham Reunion Report When the Archbishop of Birmingham took his place on the platform of the Town I - Tall, last Monday evening, to preside at......

The Presidential Address

Dr. Grimley's address on modern unrest led off with the observation that about unrest there was nothing very modern. In a reference to some anti-Catholic criticisms from......

Capuchin Lenten Missions

During the coming Lenten season Capuchin Franciscan priests will be engaged in giving missions, as under, in various places at borne and abroad: February 7 to 21. St. Patrick's,......