Page 6, 29th July 1960

29th July 1960
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The Things You Say

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Theatre

A MEXICAN LETDOWN IF the audience at the Piccadilly Theatre snore during the first half of the programme presented by the Mexican Dance Company, they can't be blamed. The show,......

Mainly For W G Omen-yr --- How Do Do You Keep I

O THE PEACE ? By PAT JONES IN many Catholic churches during, say, Benedic tion, a chance visitor might well assume that anyone kneeling near the altar was in grave danger of......

By Eve Macadam

TT is difficult to imagine a more tricky subject for a sermon to non-Catholics by a Catholic priest than the Church's position in the modern ecumenical movement. Nevertheless,......

Cross And Keys

I MAY CHEER UP SOON . By FRANCIS KENT IT may be the approach of -aAugust Bank Holiday; perhaps it is a sudden realisation that I have been married for 34 years; or it may be, in......

Chose To Be Punished

W HEN Margaret was captured and sent for trial she had a very real difficulty: She couldn't plead "Guilty" because she had done no wrong, On the other hand if she said "Not......