Page 4, 2nd July 1971

2nd July 1971
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A Test For Sir Alec

'T HE witching hour seems once more at hand -A. for negotiations between Britain and . Rhodesia. Inspired "leaks" from Salisbury are = mopped up in ruffled silence from......

Chalice Of Blessing

A LTHOUGH but a rare fre q uenter, to tell the truth, of licensed premises. I always g et a lift of the heart when I pass some public-house which calls itself "The Vine." There......

Catholics And The Common Market

A S readers will know, I am in favour of Britain's joinin g the Common Market and have been a convinced European for close on q uarter of a century, so that I am unlikely to......

Crisis Facing Catholic Hospitals

by MARK ELWES ANYONE g oin g down Grove End Road in St. John's Wood who is dismayed by the si g ht of the crumblin g fa c ade of the Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth may......

Diplomat-priest Extraordinary

MANY friends will be saddened by the death of M g r. Hu g h Mont g omery, who collapsed suddenly whilst writin g a letter. He was before his reception into the Church educated......

When Enough Is Too Much

by Bishop Clark EXPERTS have a way of throwin g away precious comments that will be reflected on lon g after their main subject matter has been courteously filed. These......