Page 6, 3rd December 1937

3rd December 1937
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The Catholic Book Club

Aims Explained SIR,—Our attention has been called to the notice in your issue of November 26 re the Catholic Book Club. While we deeply regret that Mgr. Hinsley has seen tit to......

The Catholic Alexander Pope

SIR,--Mr. W. J. Blyton, in his note of notable Catholic contributors to English literature, refers to Pope as a cradle Catholic, but admits that he gave English poetry a point......

Festive Music — And Rome

Sta,—Rome, standard in Church music! Shades of Pius X! And not only his Motu Proprio; but his indignant letter to his Vicar-General in Rome, Respighi. Just fancy (said the......

War Chaplains

SIR, —While thanking Mr. Douglas V. Duff for his generous disclaimer, may I again point out that his review, having said "chaplains . . . of Fr. Day's calibre were very few and......

Laymen Wanted In The Mission Fields The Job You Are Seeking

SI R. —I write to put an important phase of Catholic Action before such of your readers as might be interested. It is a call for apostles in missionary countries. Very rapidly......

Spain And The Working Classes

Sua—It is not right to suggest, as W. E. Bailey does, that the conflict in Spain is between Reactionists and Marxists. The " reaction " is the struggle to recover the Christian......

Pray For Europe's Statesmen

SIR. —It seems very probable that, in years to come. we shall look hack on the next few weeks as marking a turning-point, for good or ill. Either Britain and France on the one......

Catholics And The Press

SIR,—In regard to Mr. Clinton's article, allow me to say that people won't buy Catholic newspapers, even when they are displayed outside the church, and they seem even to resent......

Irish Workers In Britain

SIR, -1t seems to me that one correspondent E. Boulton has also forgotten a few facts and is ignorant of many more. Together with a great many Englishmen, he (or she) seems to......

Practising Catholics In Austria

Not So Nazi? SIR.—As an English woman married to an Austrian, and having lived many years in Vienna, I must protest against the article by your " Austrian Correspondent" in your......

Too Free And Frank?

SIR,--1 am a constant reader of the Catholic Herald, and value particularly the free and frank discussion permitted in its columns on matters of principle. It is with regret,......

Boys And Leakage A System Of Control

SIR,—The last two correspondents in the Catholic Herald seem to miss the point in their suggestions for some remedy for the leakage." One suggests boys' clubs, and the other......

The Working Man And Fascism

SIR, —Mr. Bernard Wall's masterly satire in this week's issue tells us exactly what English people generally—Catholic or otherwise—think of Fascism. The few Catholics who have......

Catholics In Public Affairs

S1R,—Would you please consider whether any useful purpose would be served by pleading for a Catholic political organisation, through which a suitable person may be able to put......

Catholics And Broadcasting

Sul,—Why do not Catholics, instead of bleating pathetically about the alleged unfairness of the B.B.C., buy time for Catholic propaganda on some of the many Continental stations......