Page 2, 29th November 1940

29th November 1940
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T.u.s And Catholics Lines Of Campaign

SIR,—Mr. Newbold's remarks are very flattering, and I am delighted to find that he is anxious to organise Catholics inside the Labour movement. God knows they need it, for......

Sword Of The Spirit

Sirt,—It is strange that, in spite of all that has been said by the Cardinal about the " Sword of the Spirit " movement, and all that the country is so tragically learning, of......

Democracy And Christianity The Question Of Responsibility

Stn,—The article you publish to-day by Eric Gill, as it deals with the question of responsibility in an organised Christian State, is of special interest. If we are able to......

Christians And War

Six—There have been so many justifications of the righteousness of our cause in this war that to question it is not only considered absurd but anti-Christian. And yet I notice......

Freemasonry A Danger Here?

am sorry to see that you have tried to minimise the clear and definite evidence against all forms of Freemasonry which "Catholicus " gives in his letter in your November 22......

Chance For Catholic Co-operation

SIR, — In the CATHOLIC HERALD of November 8, you have printed an extremely interesting article headed, " Economic Injustice Beaten." I was most interested in this because in......

Christian Social Order A Political Party ?

SIR,—Since Fr, Crane objects to the idea of a Programme in tow, there is not much point in dealing with his objections to so many of the Points in detail. Furthermore, since "......

Mr. Hollis And U.s.a.

SiR,—It never occurred to me for one second that there would be any question of my remarks, made in a small private room, to the members of the " Sword of the Spirit," finding......

St. Teresa Of Lisieux

SIR. — I read recently St. Teresa of Lisieux; A Spiritual Renascence by Fr. Henry Petitot, 0.1). (published by Burns and Oates) and came across a quotation in it that rather .......

St. Jude's Epistle

SIR, — In reading your paper, many ask about St. Jude. I should like to tell those who may not know, they would be well advised to read his short Epistle. The Epistle of St.......

A Christian Order

Interdenominational Organisation Needed Sta,—Now is the time when all members of the Churches should be organised to bring about a Christian Order of Society in this country.......

Our Incorrigible Press

Sno—Our Press at large is really incorrigible. The Times of November 12, in a leader labelled "Active Diplomacy," declares that, once Nazism and Fascism shall have been......

Christmas Truce

SIR, -- As Christmas is almost universally regarded as the children's feast and is particularly celebrated as such in England and Germany, would it not be possible for the......

The President Of The Cottonian Society Writes To State That

Mr James Morgan, who has recently been posted Minister at Ankara, is a born Catholic, and not a convert, as reported in this paper. He was a student when in his 'teens at Cotton......