Page 5, 3rd July 1964

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How Fare The Catholics?

I S Britain prejudiced against Roman Catholics, asks the Sunday Express. Practically nowhere, it appears, except in the two political parties. Christians are probably well out......

Running The Schools

S IR,—Many thanks for Mr. Noel Hughes article (June 26) on the schools. As a professional administrator I find our system of running what is, on any reckoning, a lar g e......

Silencing The Dialogue

S IR*—Dialogue between clergy and laity is an idea we are gradually getting used to—it is quite some time since the Prophet Newman told us about it—and the phrase is frequently......

Lapsing Among The Irish Immigrants

Sir.—Before we get lost in the welter of accusation and counter-accusation which is sure to follow the report you published last week on the lapsing of Irish immigrants may one......

Whitefriars

MI CHRONICLE O FF to Rome this week on one of his frequent visits went Mr. Pat Keegan, one of England's best-known workers in the lay apostolate. He is attending a Directing......

Pope Paul For Bombay?

From Cardinal Credits, Bombay. Sir,—Arriving in Bombay from Rome early this morning; and opening the issue of the CATI401 IC HERALD of Friday, June 19, 1964, I was surprised to......

Flixton And The C.h.

Sir,— For many years I have sold papers outside my church and my weekly sale of the CATHOLIC HERALD amounts to forty copies. But I must confess that of late I have been tempted......