Page 2, 4th January 1957

4th January 1957
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Labour Party I Christians An Indian

The Catholic Apathy S IR'Mr. Nicholls' condemnation of the Labour Party is something which the Holy See has refrained from doing. As an ex Socialist. Mr. Nicholson should......

Artillery Mansions. Westminster, S.w.i.

Points needing Answers Sir. All Mr. Nicholson's points about the Labour Party need answering. 1. Are the means advocated by the Labour Party consistent with Social Doctrine? So......

What Is The Mass?

Sir,I have read with interest andedification 1 heophilus letter dealing with the Mass in relation to the Faithful. He states, inter alio, that the Church teaches that the......

Reviews Policy Of Mr Nehru

S IR,-Till lately I used to take it for granted that the characteristic tendencies of India's foreign policy were more or less justified, and that they were likely to prove......

Prayers In English

Sir,-It would seem that certain readers want our prayers to be modernised. Apart from the Lord's prayer and the Rosary, my favourite prayers are the Memorare and the Anima......

Conscientious Objections

Sir,-Popular interest. stimulated by the Suez crisis. in the morality of warfare reveals astounding depths of darkness and division in English Catholic thought. Here we live......

Remedy For Pagans In Arms

Sir.-A recent letter in your columns pointed out that, although the facilities offered to Servicemen to make the practice of their Faith easier should be given much thought. the......

Justice And Suez Action

Sir.-Captain K. J. Hogan "challenges" my "Authority and Judgment" as to the principles of a just war and their application to Suez. My judgment, how ever, would seem to be at......

Clothes And Public Assistance

Sir,-May I assure " Puzzled" that Public Assistance is only intended to feed and house and does not allow for clothing. If a man is out of work or ill for long. clothing becomes......

Canon Law

Sir.-Canon Law is binding on all Catholics. Occasionally for all we know perhaps more than occasionally Catholics offend against Canon Law; unwittingly' and invariably from......

Book On Our Lady

Site-Please will you allow me to say "I'm sorry" to all those people who ordered a book I recommended recently and were disappointed not to find Banneux in it. Having read the......

Babies In Church

Sir,-1 was very interested in the letter written by Mr. Shaw, of Leeds asking for volunteer babyminders while parents attend Mass. To my mind this is an outstanding need. and I......

Russian Intrigue'

Sir,- - A11 that war (1914-1918) came from Russian intrigue." writes Mr. Robert SenCOOrl. Were the invaders of Belgium and those who issued the ultimatum to Serbia innocent......

`rt. Rev. And Rt. Hon. The Lord'

Sir.-An oft-suggested reform in the House of Lords has been the increase of life peerages. It seems to have been overlooked that a peerage conferred on a Roman Catholic Bishop......

'church Brasses'

Sir.-Mr. Gillie Potter's illuminative review in these pages of the 14th instant of (the Anglican) Dr. Bouquet's "Church Brasses" does not. however, allude to its brief......

Liturgical Carol Singing

Sir.-1 am Master of Choristers in a small seminary. Following what I thought was a traditional practice dating back to Mediaeval times, and originating ultimately in the......

And Egypt

Sir,-1 am a Catholic teacher recently returned from Egypt as l a result of British political action in the Middle East. 1 would like to add my words to those of Robert Sencourt......

Romantic Story Of Warwick Street Church

S IR,-It is to be hoped that Fr. wick Street Church," which HERALD will have a very wide sale. he familiar to all Catholics who live in London. I first was brought to Warwick......