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Sterling Causes No Anxiety

Technical Reasons Account for Drop From Our City Editor Considerable play has been made by Lord liaw-Haw with the collapse of the free sterling rate, which hns now fallen to......

Biblical Association For England

The formation of a Biblical Association was dis.cuseed, and a. committee formed to draw up a scheme, at the Twentieth Conference of Ecclesiastical Studies held this year at St.......

Local

Front a Staff Reporter A year ago (to be exact, on May 19) the CATHOLIC. HDRALD informed you of the unusual activities of a committee against unemployment that had been set up......

National

By Francis Hunt On February 12, 1940, we had 1,504,100 registered unemployed. 1,058,449 of these were men, of whom, subtracting those temporarily displaced, some 900,000 aould......

Excessive State Control

of Children Front Our Educational Correspondent Mr Kenneth Lindsay, Parliamentary Secretary of the Board of Education, in presenting the Education Estimates, uttered a hope......

Wales—

As the War Affects Her Front Our Own Correspondent BaKelOR. The war has had varied effects on Wales. In view of the serious linguistic and cultural dilemma provided by the......

Students Want Peace

The British Students' Congress at its meeting in Leeds adopted by 281 votes u reeolutioa affirming that "the continuance of the present war is not in the lateresto of the people......

We Are Better Prepared For Just Peace

--Says Catholic Professor Front a C.H. Reporter The ways of preparing during the war for a just peace were discussed by Professor A. C. F. Beales, of King's College, Loudon......

Rosaries For The Troops

The CATHOLIC HERALD. will be gIad to forward rosaries to Chaplains to the Forces, whether at home or abroad, sent by our readers. Rosaries for the Troops are in great demand,......