Page 5, 7th January 1972

7th January 1972
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Language And The Liturgy

Y OUR correspondent, Mrs./ Miss Joan Kelly, astounds me. She accused the En g lish translation of the words of Consecration of bein g wron g and falsifyin g the ori g inal. I......

Eucharist Statement And Christ's Eternal Sacrifice

T HOSE of us in the Church of England who are convinced that Christian unity must mean reunion with Rome heard with enthusiasm of "An Agreed Statement on Eucharistic Doctrine"......

Cafod And Cor Unum

M AY I refer to the article in the issue of December 24 in Focus on Facts and People, "Aid With Strin g s." I must dissociate CAFOD from the fears referred to by your writer. In......

Misprints In The Sands Of Time

Y OUR readers will readily have corrected for themselves some typo g raphical errors which crept into my Musin g s in Alsatia ("Last Link With Whitefriars," Dec. 31). It is......

Comfortable View Of Ghetto Life

IT is easy to pontificate from the comfort of a warm arm chair in a good house in a "nice" area. Your correspondents don't have to live in Catholic ghettoes — which like all......

Concerned

M AY I su gg est that the headmistress, who is concerned about the 20 per cent Catholic pupils in her mixed school, goes alon g with the State attitude that everyone is free to......

Priests' 'unhelpful And Negative Petition'

IN your issue of December -231, J. M. Newcombe refers in a letter to "the ne g ative and unhelpful petition of 262 priests deplorin g internment." Further on in the same letter......