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Lord Pakenham And The Labour Party

M ANY Catholics, we feel sure, even in the Labour Party, will applaud Lord Pakenham's views and action in speaking against the recent Labour amendment on the approval of the......

Crisis In The Church Of England

By HUGH ROSS WILLIAMSON S T. JOHN FISHER'S cry to his apostate colleagues: "The fort is betrayed even of them that should have defended it" is a reminder of a primary truth......

In A Few Words

The Statue in Cambridge D URING a conversation the -L./other day about modern statues of Our Lady, the question of whether any venerated medieval English statues remain in......

L Charity Is The Best Weapon Douglas Hyde's Column A N...

lawyer some time ago took a 'plane from Washington, D.C., turned up in London next day, phoned me from a Mayfair hotel on his arrival and told me that he had come over specially......

Pictures In - Church: 101 H Ugo Van Der Goes Exerted A Great

linfluence before he died, a depressive maniac. in the monastery. That influence appears nowhere stronger than in a Nativity painting by an unknown French painter, known for......

Delicate Creatures

THEATRE: By W. J. WOE MISS HARGREAVES (Royal Court) S 0 ME WHERE I have heard a novel defined as a play with the stage directions described and embodied in the text. The reverse......