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The Twelfth Day Of Christmas

SMALL drop in the number of Conversions, as reported in the 1952 Catholic Directory, may not seem a very serious matter in itself. But when we remember that the average annual......

The Churchill Mission

R. Churchill's mission to America is an occasion when the whole ' country, irrespective of party, can wish success with a full heart. Indeed, it is a mission the full success of......

Liturgical Reform In France

NEW' MOVEMENTS ARE NOT NEW By Peter F. Anson C ATHOLICS in this country talk about " new liturgical movements in France." 'these are, however, nothing more than one......

Douglas Hyde's Column

• Africa in a London Suburb I HAD the great privilege of having as my guest over the Christmas holiday a Gold Coast priest who divided his time between joining in the family fun......

I Pictures In Church 70 P Adua And Verona Spread Their

artistic influence into other cities of north Italy. Their artists were represented in many parts and Treviso was one of them. In the 1350's a painter from Modena called Tommaso......

In A Few Words

The Snow Lay on the Ground THL unseasonably mild and mu g gy Christmas weather took away, 1 think, this year, from the character of the feast and season. I say this because that......

Sir Henry Irving

THEATRE: By W. J. IGOE Henry Irving, by Laurence Irving (Faber, 50s.). HE night was bitterly cold. The Theatre Royal, Bradford, filled with a g ood audience come to see the......