Page 2, 6th December 1940

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English Catholics Effects Of Irish Policy

S1R,—Arieing from the correSpondenee headed "Irish Nationalism" and other CATHOLIC HERALD items, is a matter for serious consideration, namely the effect of Irish neutrality on......

Catholic Evacuees In Reception Areas

SIR, — In view of the large number of Catholic children, parted from their parents, and accommodated in reception areas, it would be very helpful to the clergy in such......

Christian Social Order

• • Sweeping Cr i t i c i sm StR e ---Near the beginning of Fr. Crane's Idler, which is evidently meant to carry great weight, and even to be a decisive judgment against "......

Freemasonry Distinctions Needed

SIR.—May I make a few remarks in regard to the letters on the subject of Freemasonry which have appeared in the CATHoLlc HERALD, and begin by saying that, if any distinction is......

Not Only For Priests In Intelligentsia London Sir,—the...

on the Sword of the Spirit, in your current issue, raises questions that frequently appeated in our Correspondence bag in the early weeks of the Movement, but which are now......

A Reminder

SIR,—May T, as a regular reader of your paper and as one whose interests have caused him to stay in London, be allowed to remind his fellow Catholics who have left the Londbn......

The Martyrs' Association

Sta. — Our efforts in this war will have hut half achieved their object when we have gained final victory: there will still remain the great task of reconstructing Europe on a......

Catholic Papers In Military Hospitals

Ste,—I am appealing to you on behalf of Catholic troops in hospital. At present in hospital myself, I was greatly surprised by the demand for a Catholic paper. My copies of the......

From An Anglo Catholic

SIR—May I as an Anglo-Catholic make a few comments on the point mentioned by Humphrey Johnson in " Column 7 " in the issue of November 22? For several years I have tried in my......