Page 15, 6th May 1938

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Flags, Slogans And Singing

Cheerful Communists in May Day Walk By a C.1-1. Reporter May Day is the day of processions. They used to carry flowers and ask for sunshine in summer; now they carry placards......

The Last Outpost Of Christianity Harpenden Hears All...

Fr. Fox, C.R., gave a lantern lecture to the Harpenden discussion circle on the mission where he works on the frontier of Tibet, surrounded by the " closed " states of Nepal and......

They Make Our Ammunition

AND THEY KEEP IT DRY Cardinal and Two Bishops At C.T.S. Meeting By a C.H. Reporter "In every parish in the country there should be . a confraternity of Christian doctrine," said......

A Courageous And Original Show Brighton Catholics' Drama

Henry IV (Part I) is by no means the easiest Shakespeare, and the Catholic Literary and Dramatic Society of Brighton should be congratulated on their courage and originality in......

Of Persons And Places

A Roving Causerie By G. E ANSTRUTHER Six hundred pilgrims paid homage to the memory of St. Cedd, last year, at the mother-church of Essex at Bradwell - on Sea. This year there......

The Awful Danger Of Actors Making Sermons "

BUT CATHOLICS MUST WRITE HONEST PLAYS Catholic Stage Guild's Annual Meeting By a CH. Reporter Mr. Frank Sheed had some trenchant things to say about the stage and propaganda at......

We Are Making An Ant-hill When We Should Have A Fatherland

—ERIC GILL By a C.H. Reporter Said Eric Gill to the Royal Society of Arts last week : "Human culture is the product of necessary work and not, as is commonly supposed and often......

Hollywood In Shakespeare's Language Third Catholic Drama...

The third annual festival of the Catholic Drama League was held at the Millicent Fawcett Hall, Tufton Street, S.W.1, on April 29 and 30. The productions and the high standard of......