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Ceremonies Of The Mass Described

Three books in one by the greatest rubrician By Fr. RONALD PILKINGTON Chairman of the English Liturgy Society THE CELEBRATION OF MASS, by Fr. John B. O'Connell (Burns Oates,......

Toulouse-lautrec

By Giles de la Bedoyere, THE TRAGIC LIFE OF TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, by L. and E. Han.son (Seeker & Warbur g , 25s.). T HiE Tra g ic Life of Toulouse Lautrec " attempts, like other......

Paul Jennings

By Derek Stanford MODEL ODDLIES, by Paul Jennin g s (Max Reinhardt. 10s. 6d.). PERHAPS one tikes this humor isfs writings prodigiously or not at all. In the first case, one......

Modern Idiom In Church Design By C. Horsley

THE MODERN CHURCH, by Edward D. Mills (Architectural Press, 30s.). iN his latest book on modern buildin g Mr. Mills considers the problems of church desi g n from a practical......

Religion Alive On Television

TV There seemed to be a positive R.C. conspiracy on television last Sunday when both channels had informal Catholic pro g rammes at 7 p.m. But from the point of view of the......

A Holy Man Of And Middle East Christianity

By Dr. F. B. ELKISCH A CEDAR OF LEBANON, by Paul Daher, O.F.M. (Brown and No(an, 15s.). T HERE arc two excellent reasons why " A Cedar of Lebanon " should have a wide and......

His Paintings Are Sermons

By IRIS CONLAY T HE British Art Critics prize of 1956 has been g iven to Edward Bursa. No other artist is more concerned with or shows deeper awareness of the moral state of......

Country Folk

COME RAIN, COME SHINE, by John Moore (Collins, A BOOK lovingly written by a ' lover of the countryside: and not a sentimental lover either. Readers of "Portrait of Elmbury" or......

Gardening

mANY of us have had pot plants ' g iven to us for Christmas and it is often a problem to know how to keep them fresh And healthy indoors. First and most important-avoid drau g......