Page 9, 30th December 1938

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Ireland's Harvest Lost Silent Disaster Spoils Christmas...

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ig t from the an FR. VINCENT McNABB QUOTED Prom Oor0 ion Correspond ( Hi ...,,N. F OR two mouths past, the West of Ireland has been an inland lake, and hilly counties look like......

Hay Goes—

Corn Goes Stave August we have not enjoyed one week's good weather. The hay was a poor crop, and was badly saved; it was not all in when the corn was due to he reaped. By that......

Fatlilr , Mcnabb, O.p. On Money An Illustrious Dominican,...

my contentions (which are from eye witness and bitter experience), writes: " I em glad you are combating the contention that ' the root of the perverted tastes of our young......

The Pocket Or The Mind?

Dominican Support for this Contributor The discussion in the correspondence columns of the CAThOLIC HERALD on the cause of the exodus from Ireland rose out of a dictum of Fr. E.......

Flight From The Land In Search Of Pleasure

From Our Own Correspondent Duni - ars - . " It is said, I believe, on good authority, that there are plenty of men in the country, with ample means to found a home and a family,......

Mixed Company

Various famous people find themselves ill queer eompany in the 1.939 Dcril y Moil Y ear Book. Looking down the alphabetic list of current celebrities you will find that Neville......

The Year In Wales 120,000 English Seek Refuge

Country With Highest T.B. Rate rum. Our WO sh Correspondent Nineteen Thirty Eight has been quiet but full of significant events in Wales. Early it 1938 the Tuberculosis Enquiry......

T His 0111reh Has Played A Great Part In The Revival

of the Faith amongst us. At the time of the great French Revolution the district was meant to be " grand ": Clarendon " Square " contained amusements of all sorts. But it......

U.s.a. Looks At Japan

'„ti ited front Page themselves were naturally enthusiastic over the prospect of independence— until withdrawal of American protection appeared to expose the Philippines to......

Gaelic Football In Yorkshire Cup Presentation At Bradford

Irish people frum various parts of the West Riding were present at the first ccilidhe organised by the Yorkshire liraelie Football League in St. Mary's parochial hall, Bradford,......

Why Wait For Sunday?

Order your G' ATIl U LIC HELL - LLD from your newsagent and get. it on Friday morning.......

Perils Of The Continental Sunday

The secret is out. At last there has been revealed the hidden cause of a fact over which Catholics have long hung their heads in h The fact in question is. according to a......

Non-catholics

music (sometimes " swing"), arguing, walking. Anibitions: (a) To get inarrie.c1; (b) To become associated with some form of Catholic action. It is not difficult to accommodate......

Too Much Smugness Among Catholics . . Too Much Slackness...

CUSTOMS OFFICER D. J. DOYLE. Born: Liverpool, September, 1914. Educated: St. Edward's College and Liverpool University. Left school in the slump of 1932 and tried innumerable......