Page 6, 2nd July 1937

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Payment Of Catholic Writers Reply To Miss Curtayne

Stn,--1 must confess I cannot follow the reasoning of Alice Curtayne when she says that Catholic writing in this country does not pay. Whoever imagined that any sort of writing......

Fr. Martindale's B.b.c. Silence

SIR, — May I beg your permission to air a grievance? Is it not high time that Fr. Martindale was heard on the wireless again? I feel sure that a great number of people are......

Catholic Probationers

SIR,—I should be very grateful if you would allow me to appeal to your readers for all species of clothing (including boots and shoes), new or old, for our Catholic boys on......

English By Adaption

SIR, — in his very pleasant notice of Louis de Wohl's Satan in Disguise, your reviewer, Mr. Francis Burdett, wonders why there are no German characters in the book, seeing that......

He Labour Party Is It A Socialist Danger?

S IR , — May I try to disabuse the mind of F. von Pelt? His assumption that the English Socialist in the Labour Party is a harmless sort of creature with very vague notions of......

The Church And Dictatorships

SIR, — Mr. Johnston's letter illustrates admirably the permeated outlook of the Fascist. It suits the Italian Government to be friendly with the Church at the present moment,......

" A Service Not Rendered "

SIR ,—M r. W. I. Blyton no more renders Catholicism a service by anathematising a political creed which does not happen to accord with his own tastes, than those who are so......

Union Of Prayer For Peace

Sue—Cardinal Pacelli has addressed to the Master General of the Order of Preachers a letter in which he informs him that His Holiness the Pope " encourages and blesses the Union......

Protestant Goodwill —and Pilgrimages Sir, — As One Of...

I must express pleasure and gratitude at the letter in your issue of June 18, signed by Mr. Charles G. Mortimer (which you have headed " Protestant Goodwill"). In the same issue......

A (catholic) Book Club Wanted In India

SIR,—With reference to correspondence on a (Catholic) Book Club, and especially your comment thereon on April 23, might I ask one or two of your readers to help me in an attempt......

Education Of Blind And Deaf Ciiildren

Front the Bishop of Pella. SIR, — In 1896 or 1897—certainly prior to my election to the London School Board, November, 1897—the parents of a Catholic child in Wandsworth were......

British Customs Authorities

Experiences of Spanish Traveller Stn, — The following story, in spite of its inconceivability, is absolutely, strictly true, and has just been related to me by a personal friend......

Rex : A Moral Lead?

SIR, — On page 15 of last week's Catholic Herald is an article by your Belgian Correspondent in which he says on the subject of " Rex—More Alive Than Ever ": "In substance, it......

R E Ligious Music Congregational Singing

SIR, — Mr. Joyce (June 11) is unhappy abobt our hymns. He has cause, but, still, there are many good ones. A difficulty is that, in any given parish, it may be almost impossible......

Women Choirs

Sit,—The disclosures made by Mr. W. B. Joyce about London churches and a cathedral having school-girls in the choir are amazing. The law of the Church forbids women to sing in......

" Nihil Obstat "

Stil e —One of the most distinguished of English-speaking neurologists has given voice to a thought which we have for long entertained (" Teresa. Higginson," by F. M. R. Walsh,......