Page 4, 30th January 1942

30th January 1942
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Our Youth

Y OUTH-training is the stiffest problem which confronts the Church in this country to-day. It is scarcely an exaggeration to say that we could afford to neglect every other......

Anglo-irish

Relations HE arrival of American troops in Northern Ireland once again reminds us of the vast imporance of Ireland in the strategy of the war. We have said before that Germany,......

Week By Fveek I By Stanley B. James I

CHILDREN OF THE MIRACLE The Catholic Worker Re-arises Through Youth Rallying the Recreative Forces of Christendom T HE recurrence of the Feast of that patron of Youth, St. John......

Column- 1

7 By a I TEACHER You Win, Galilean THIS grudging admission was made by Julian the Apostate at the end of a life of opposition to Jesus of Nazareth and the new people's religion......

In A Few Words

Prostituting Nursery Rhymes INGA ANDERSON, described as a 1 .4 sophisticated " entertainer, ought really to be asked to leave the children's nursery rhymes alone. At a cinema......

Recent Remarks

Wise and Otherwise "The Russians met the German attack with the Scorched Earth policy; Britain should meet it with the Ploughed Earth policy."—Sunday Graphic "Peace is not a......