Page 5, 6th November 1964

6th November 1964
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Fear For Our Isolation

By Norman St. John-Stovas, M.P. O N Tuesday Her Majesty the Queen opened parliament with all the pageantry and ceremony that has grown up around the monarch and her government......

Catholic Service Of The Larger Community •

S IR,—The letter from "Winchester Widow" which you published last week reinforced a sense of shame, of inadequacy in me. The Catholic community should he serving the larger......

Mixed Marriages

Sir—Re g ardin g the letters on "Mixed Marriages" appearing in your recent issues; A mixed marriage can be made a really inspiring ceremony. My daughter contracted a mixed......

Democracy

Sin—In reply to Mr, R. B. Downs' letter "Is this Democracy?" surely he is used to the "hullaballoo" of an election by now? I do not believe that the British voter is the cretin......

Remembrance Day

Sir,— Sunday is Remembrance Day. In all parishes there will, or should be, the usual Mass of Requiem for the Fallen. Is it too much to hope that many parish priests will follow......

Catholic Dances

Sir,—What is the point of having dances and parties for "Catholics only" advertised in Catholic papers, when the Ecumenical Council is striving for unity? What purpose do they......

Spirit Of Renewal In The Seminaries

Sir,—Fr. Ralph Brown's reply to the article "Towards a new look for Seminaries" seemed to be largely irrelevant. The article was concerned with trying to indicate a mentality......

Uganda Martyrs And Unity

Sir,—I had expected by now to have seen someone advocate the Holy U g anda Martyrs as Ideal patterns and patrons of Christian Unity, especially between the Raman Catholic and......

Liturgy

Sft,-1 should like to endorse the letter by Helen Roledes in a recent CATHOLIC HERALD. I think it is a great pity to change the people's response to "The Lord be with you". It......

'objections To Roman Catholicism'

Sir,-1 am not surprised to learn that Fr, Charles Davis finds hay contribution to "Objections to Roman Catholicism" a "morass of unintelligibility". Emerson pronounced an......

The Bomb

Sir,—I find it incredible that Marjorie Wallace still believes that the British bomb has any relevance in the nuclear age. Our nuclear capacity — never more than four per cent,......

Vii, Owen Sweeney, Who Has Recently Taken Up The Job

of chaplain to London's Irish Centre, certainly brings with him some very hi g h q ualifications for emigrant work. When the huge Spencer steelworks were being built at Newport......