Page 6, 29th January 1937

29th January 1937
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The Catholic Press And Spain Taking Sides

Sta,—First, I should like to congratulate you on your refusal to use those unthinking terms " Left " and " Right "; also on recognising the fine Catholic leadership of Cardinals......

" Catholics "—convinced And Otherwise

Sta.—The adoption of Mr. West's novel and far-reaching suggestion that the name of Catholic should be confined to " convinced Catholics " would be difficult. Unless it can be......

Points From Letters

Broadcasts from Spain The recent inauguration of General Franco's new wireless station at Salamanca would seem to be of major importance at this stage of the Spanish war. The......

Chaplains For. Women Students

Need of Religious Instruction Sta,--I should like to reinforce my fellow students' appeal for a university chaplain for the women students at Oxford. This is a matter of urgent......

Catholics And Investments

What Should We Do? Sia,—In view of the presence of a City article in your columns, may I suggest that the question of Catholics buying Stock Exchange securities is one that......

The Liturgy And The People

Mgr. Hinsley's Approval Of London Effort SER,—I have been following with great interest the controversy in the Catholic Herald on the liturgical movement. It seems very possible......

" To Mizzle "

SIR.—In the Catholic Herald of January 15 1 met with an article by the hand of Fr. J. Sparrow, in which the author supposes the verb " to mizzle " to be related to the Dutch......

Charities

Accumulation of Funds SIR,—I, for one, am in full agreement with "Parochus's letter in this week's issue of your paper. It has been a great surprise to me, and many others, to......