Page 3, 8th August 1952

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Should Nuns Be More 'modern'?

Representatives of some hundreds of religious institutes for women will meet in Washington for a congress to see how best they may adapt themselves to modern conditions. At the......

Gardening

A SSUMPTION blooms. Let me fl.say at once that this is a name invented by myself purely as a reminder, and it will convey nothing to the market gardener. from whom one may be......

Wanted: A New St.

Albert The For g ;u g Or a Family, by the Rieht thm. A tr:!kland Cernybell Cieddes, Baron Geddes. (Faber & Faber Ltd., 25s.) Reviewed by C. G. Mortimer T HE outstanding services......

Well, They're Only Foreigners

By Fr. Christopher Devlin, S.J. T " gentlest breeze can stir the oddest things in the Park. I opened my eyes to find something dithering about my feet. It was the Sunday......

All Sorts

By Fr. Bernard Basset, S.J. Catholic guide book S many Catholic visitors now come to England that a brochure should be issued to assist them on their trip. At a Portuguese......

Rothenstein Sketches Painters

Modern English Painters: Sickert to Smith, by John Rothenstein. (Eyre and Spottiswoode, 25s.). THIS book, the first of two vol1 umes, is a valuable contribution to the study of......

Family

MATTERS Balm in the salad WAS being shown the other day I round the most delightful garden I have seen for a long time. We went via a terrace bordered with lateflowering......

On Love And Marriage

By ALCUIN EADERS interested in the posthumous work of Simone Weil will have heard of Gustave Thibon as the French writer who was responsible for collecting and publishing her......

Madeleine At The Savoy

Madeleine Grown Up, by Mrs. Robert Henry (Dent, 15s.). THIS autobiography-cum-novel is I a continuation of The Little Madeleine arid inferior to its predecessor. The Little......