Page 2, 29th March 1957

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Of Marriage

S IR,-Though the prospect of' people with no special training selling up as advisers on marriage is unwelcome, there is the alternative prospect of the services of trained......

National Sovereignty

S IR.ay I. on behalf of the many Catholics in this country who see no difficulty in remaining faithful to their religion whilst observing loyalty to their country, register the......

The Silent March

Sir,-I should like to congratulate those who conceived the idea of a Silent March in London. It is a brilliant one which should be given every support, encouragement and......

Irish Tongue Elizabethan

S IR.-Miss Welford's letter. which was read by the great majority of your readers on the Feast of St. Patrick, is very provocative of thought. 1 would remind her that the......

Stranger In Her Own Land

Sir,-As one of the English beginning to be made to feel a stranger in their own land, may I send most grateful thanks to Miss Welford for her letter. Every word is true and the......

Rare High Mass

Sir,-With reference to your note to the letter from Leif Aarstad, how often does the average, ordinary lay Catholic hear High Mass? By High Mass, I mean, of course, real High......

Exclusively English Union

Sir,-Why should Miss Welford leorry about the distribution of shamrock at the Communion rail of many of our English churches? Does she no know that the "dear little plant" is a......

St. George

Nir.--Like Miss Welford I am English-not a drop of Irish blood in my veins. I am reasonably proud to be English, as proud of my Englishry as the Irish are of being Irish, but......

Cradle Catholic

Sir, --I think it a fallacy that converts know so much more of the Faith, I cannot hut respect the knowledge that so many of my " born" Catholic friends possess : they have......

Hymn For The Pope

Sir,-The need for a fresh hymn for the Church's Head has been amply attended to by Monsignor Knox in his noble No. 211, but art outstanding tune is required. Give it then " Au......

Benedictine Bishops

Sir,-May 1 enlarge upon the interesting and pertinent issue raised by a correspondent, in your issue of March 15? In 1854, the Holy Sec gave a quasi-pledge that one of the......

A Famous Saying

Sir,-A Dublin reader of your paper would like to know the occasion and circumstances of the words " In essentials, unity; in doubtful matters, liberty; at all times, charity."......

Translations Of Papal Documents

From the Rt. Rev. Mgr. John M. T. Barton Sir, - Mr. Gareth Edwards' second letter does not add very much on the points I have already discussed in my letter of March 8. It might......

Wages And Overseas Profits Students

Sir,-1t is not generally realised that wages and salaries are now absorbing at least 70 per cent. of the net national product and net company profits only 14 per cent. Only......

The Magnificat

Sir,-When an Anglican paying no regard, and less devotion, to Our Lady, 1 was able to sing her lovely song at Evensong each Sunday. Now that I am a Catholic 1 have neither......

A Marian Library

Sir,--As ninny of your readers will be spring cleaning in the near future, may we appeal through your columns for any books of Catholic interest which they feel are no longer of......

Catholic Books In Braille

Sir,-A blind convert finds it extremely difficult to enlarge his knowledge of the Faith, due to the lack of Catholic books in Braille. Having written to all the sources we know......

Sir, - In The Cathot Ic Herald Of March 15, Mr. Douglas

Hyde, speaking of the Premier of Ghana, Kwaine Nkruntah, writes: "The Communists were interested in lonely Africans. At that time few Catholics were. All too few still are, for......