Page 6, 4th November 1938

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The Case For Unconditional Surrender

Maintenance of Christian Spain From the Marquis Merry del Val SIR,—Were I not to reply to a letter by , Noel T. Purgold (Oct. 21) some of your readers might imagine that I had......

Converting Pagans In England

Si—On Mission Sunday I read that in the last six years the Church bad converted six million pagans. But if that is so, why is it so hard to convert our British pagans. For......

The B.b.c. And Birth-control

Catholic Listeners' Duty SIR.—On October 25, the " Personal Relationships" feature, broadcast in the Regional Programme at 2 p.m. and repeated in the West Regional Programme at......

Catholic Christmas Cards

SIR,—Now that the great Feast of Christmas is less than two months ahead I should like to make a plea that all Catholics should send only Catholic Christmas cards. For the past......

The Outdoor Collection

Poor Person's Home SIR,—In a letter last week from " Samsdos " it is asked why parishioners do not give all they have got to give when they come to Mass on Sunday. To answer......

B.u.f. And Reports Of Religious Persecution

SIR,—Like " Puzzled " I am also a regular reader of the British Fascist paper, Action, and I think he raises quite a good point; might I however submit the following for his......

Mr. Attwater On War And Peace

Sia,-1 very much regret to have to say that my address to the Manchester Link Society is grievously misreported in your current issue: it would be deplorable were your readers......

Shorter Letters, Please!

Af the present time the CATHOLIC HERALD is receiving a far larger number of interesting letters than can possibly be accommodated. We would urge all contributors to write as......

People And Freedom Group

SIR,—In your issue of October 28 you ask for information in regard to Don Sturzo's relations with the " People and Freedom Group." When we founded the Group two years ago we......

Those Who Will Not Sell At Churches

SIR,—The letter from Captain Curd to the Catholic Press leads one to wonder whether the lesson of Press Sunday has already been forgotten. The sales of papers at the three......

Catholic Daily

SIR,-1 heartily endorse the two letters in the CATHOLIC HERALD by Edwin Watson and C. E. Long on the need for a Catholic daily newspaper. The suggestion that parish priests......

Catholic Lending Libraries

Why Not the Existing Method ? SIR,—Your correspondent, Charles G. Mortimer, suggests that the organisation of Catholic lending libraries might be a " sort of extended C.T.S.......

Organising Catholic Graduates

SM.,—Apropos of your Educational Correspondent's remarks about the forthcoming attempt of the University Federation to organise graduates, may I be permitted to call attention......

St. Ninian's, Tynet

SIR,—We should be grateful to the Abbot of Prinkriash for his timely S.O.S. on behalf of St. Ninian's, Tynct—the oldest Catholic church in Scotland still used for regular......

Apostleship Of The Sea

British National Board From Admiral Hornell Sia.,—As Chairman of the International Council of the Apostleship of the Sea write to thank Roderick Hughes, of H.M.S. Brilliant, for......

A Little Co-operation, Please!

SIR,—To assist the work of Catholic societies as well as of the Press it was decided at the beginning of the year to open a central register of Catholic events in the hope that......

Catholic Social Centres Needed

SIR,—It is surely obvious to Catholics studying the present trend of affairs that properly managed, furnished and equipped " Social Club Centres " are now a vital necessity in......

German Refugee Fund

Sta,—As Chairman of the Catholic Committee for Refugees from Germany, I am most grateful to you for the publicity you have given to the pressing needs of our co-religionists......

Catholic Builders For Churches

SIR,—In almost every issue of the CansoLIC HERALD reports are given of the building of churches, schools and other premises connected with the Church. May I suggest that as a......