Page 6, 7th January 1938

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O'casey And The Unity Theatre From Sean O'casey

SIR,--The Catholic Herald of December 17, 1937, prints a long and squeaking epistle written by Peter Thompson about the production of a play in The Unity Theatre. So far so......

The Farming Problem

Sub.—Increased wages are all to the good, but rate of pay according to age is bad; a lad of eighteen may be able to milk and plough, yet he must have less wages than a man of......

Man Comes First

SIR,—The expert who explained " The Farming Problem " in last week's Catholic Herald stated that it was " technical first, and human afterwards." But for a Catholic, at least,......

Latinesco

SIR. — Latinesco, of which THE Jortea quotes Mr. Compton Mackenzie's praise. is no new discovery. Most schoolboys travel through it on their way to a know ledge of Latin. Mr.......

Catholic Use Of Drama It Must Counteract The "red " Theatre

Sia,—While wishing you a very prosperous New Year, may I specially thank Mr. Slade for his paragraphs on the Catholic use of drama. By the happiest coincidence, I have but a day......

Distributists And Land Settlement

Sue—The writer of the article " The Farming Problem " in your issue of December 31 advances, with many things excellent, a number which are disputable or incorrect. Few would......

Did Hitler Ward Off Communism ?

German Priest-Witness Sira—Allow me to congratulate you on your article of December 23 on the persecuted Church in Germany. It gives a full sight of the extraordinary sad......

Aftermath Of The Chelsea Arts

Sta,-'Most of the congregation at the first Mass in the Carmelite church, Kensington, must have shared my horror and disgust on New Year's Day at seeing six or seven young......

Books Wanted

SIR. -- It is intended to start a library here at the Holy Name, Manchester, 13, for the Men's Sodality. We have a few books to start with, but only a few. The state of Sodality......

Importance Of Boys' Clubs Checking The Leakage

Sir,—I should be very pleased if you would give me the opportunity of ascertaining the 'interest of your readers in the question of Catholic Boys' Clubs. Among the many Catholic......

Clubs In Junior And Senior Schools

SIR,—it is evidence of the tranquilising effect of time that my good friend Mr. McCoy and I are reduced to disputing in the Catholic Herald—in public rather than in pubs. I......

The Duce And His Crowds

SIR.—When THE JOTFER turns on his radio I fear that on occasion he also tunes his imagination in his predilections. That he thought of the Italian crowd listening to Mussolini's......

Criticism Of Fascism

SIR, — Without going all the way with every tendency of Fascist (or so-called Fascist) movements in other countries, we must be grateful to Fr. Benedict Williamson for his......

Education Act Of 1936

SIR,—In his letter to you, P. J. Gallagher points out several difficulties which confront those who are planning the reorganisation of Catholic schools under the Education Act......

Needed : A Catholic Home For The Insane

SIR.—The Archbishop of Liverpool's timely letter on the modern treatment of mental disease should bring home to Catholics the terrible truth that in England there is practically......

A Book On Our Lady The Immaculate Conception

THE LAW AND COURSE OF ORIGINAL SIN. Partially exempt from the Wholly exempt from the Law : privilege of litLaw; Miraculous Concep maculate Conception. lion. All descendants from......