Page 8, 2nd December 1938

2nd December 1938
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The Law Of Fasting

Evening Mass ? SIR,—May I congratulate Fr. Martindale for broaching the subject of the fast required before Holy Communion? And may I thank him for having taken at least one......

What About Negroes And Red Indians ?

From Prof. Stockley SIR,-1 ask, for I do not know, can St. Thomas's " slavery " for Jews mean what in Canada it means for Indians? They have no right to vote. They are a sort of......

The " Eye "

SIR,—Possibly someone could clear up what follows connected with the " Eye " alluded to in the verses about St. Aloysius's , Church, Clarendon Square, Somers Town, N.W.1. In Mr.......

Thanks For Saints

SIR,—Now that Fr. Martindale has concluded his interesting articles on the Saints, I feel the sincere and grateful thanks of your readers are due to him, for accomplishing this......

Winter Clothing For Spain Sir,—with The Approach Of...

the need for warm clothing for those fighting in the Nationalist forces in Spain becomes very pressing. know and appreciate all that has been done by the Catholics of England to......

China And Japan

Is the C.H. Right ? SIR,—The " Open Forum " policy of the CATHOLIC HERALD is magnificent—long may it reign. I wish to make one point : Catholics have a great responsibility in......

Simony In Advertising

Mass Offerings and the Poor Man SIR,—Some of the advertisements in our Catholic Press seem to be getting out of hand. Though it must be unintentional, some of them, if read......

Animal Welfare

SIR,—In view of the frequent criticism that those who work for animal welfare would be much better employed caring for human beings, may I suggest the following points for......

Think Of A Camp

SIR,—One aspect of the Liverpool Archdiocesan Catholic Action Board's programme is the provision of holidays for the poor. May I therefore. through your columns, appeal to scout......

Consumer Credit

Warnings from France SIR,—Your correspondent on the subject of what becomes of consumer credit money is right in assuming that it passes through the system and is eventually......

Organising Catholic Graduates

SIR,—No one will deny that the Catholic Evidence Guild has done and is doing marvellous work for the Church in this country. But all who have come into contact with it will be......

B.n.b.

SIR,—Your correspondent, B. Holliday (November 18), says " it would be of interest to know what steps have been taken to put the work of expansion into being." The British......

The French Clergy

The Other Side of the Picture SIR,—Thou g h aware that your " Under Twenty-five " series is largely a valuable safety-valve for " letting off steam " and for airing interesting......

The " Legion " For Pushing Prams

SIR,—A priest, new to the district, in the course of visiting parishioners in their homes, enquired what priest usually called upon them. He was answered with the remark that "......

And Other Readers Say

BRITISH RACIALISTS At a time when the consciences of other people are examined and righteous indignation and horror expressed at their harsh treatment of persons of different......