Page 3, 2nd December 1938

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The Great Betrayal

S OME years ago a Frenchman brought out a book entitled The Treason of the Clerks. By " Clerks " he meant those members of the community who, whether by profession or......

The " Rebel " Nuns Again Archbishop To Take Further Action

Notice of a further action against the five " rebel " nuns of the Poor Clare Convent, Liberton. Edinburgh, by Mgr. McDonald, O.S.B., Archbishop of St. Andrew's and Edinburgh,......

Missionaries Charged With Immorality

The Chief Secretary and Minister for Police in Western Australia, Mr. W. H. Kitson, has aroused great local indignation by allegations of cruelty and immorality against......

To Prolong The Spanish War Ten Million Leaflets...

GROSS CASE OF INTERVENTION Franco's Claim For Belligerent Rights TEN MILLION LEAFLETS ARE BEING CIRCULATED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY FOR THE SIGNATURE OF BRITISH MEN AND WOMEN.......

Our Diplomatic Correspondent, In A Review Of The Whole...

argues that whereas belligerent rights were refused in the early part of the war in order to enable non-intervention to achieve its purpose in Spain, the situation today has so......

High Ideal Exploited

From Our Diplomatic Correspondent History—if any history survives our chaotic times—will surely study the reactions of the Powers to the Sp_nish conflict with amazement.......

New Right-radical Journal Lord Lymington Explains

By a C.H. Reporter A new literary monthly to counteract some of the thunder on the Left makes its appearance this week. Its name is New Pioneer, and its editor is Viscount......

No Further News

There is no further news about the national organisation of Catholic Women, announced in the CATHOLIC HERALD last week. Leaders of the Catholic Women's League and the Grail, in......

War Pictures

Visitors at the Catholic Book Fair last week showed great interest in the special exhibition of 150 photographs of Spain in war-time, taken by the CATHOLIC HERALD'S Special......

Pope's Recent Illness

Unconscious For Two Hours From Our Own Correspondent ROME. It was only after noon on Friday last that the news of the Holy Father's illness became known in Rome. The attack of......

Chamberlain May Visit The Pope

The Foreign Office informed the CATHOLIC HERALD that no definite statement can be made about the rumoured visit of Mr. Chamberlain and Lord Halifax to the Pope. It was stated......