Page 5, 9th June 1972

9th June 1972
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Outside Pressure Could End Strife In N. Ireland

I N regard to the trouble in Northern Ireland. could I ask you to use whatever influence you can exert to get the Catholic clergy of Southern Ireland to contact the I.R.A. in......

Inconsistencies In 'logic' Of The Humanist Approach

I MUST say that I was vastly amused by the indignation in the letter (June 2) from Mr. Kenneth Furness of the British Humanist Association in which he attacked Mrs. Frances......

Vietnam Fears

I T WOULD like to allay the fears of your reader (May 25) — and perhaps of many other British Catholics — concerning the predicted "bloodbath" in the event of a Communist......

Pieta

W HILST I am sad that the Pieta has been damaged, I cannot help wondering whether there is not a lesson to be learned from this. Although God gave people like Michelangelo......

Manly Church

Front Lady Richmond O F course Dr. Norris is right (May 26). Women's Lib groups "are not exactly known" for their work on behalf of women's need in industry, nursery facilities,......

Towards A New Jerusalem

T HERE were two brilliant articles in your issue of June 2, one by Father Hubert Richards on the Holy Land and the other by Monsignor Bruce Kent on the life of a university......

Communion In The Hand

y ou quote (May 26) the regrets of Miss Philippa Stewart Craig and of Fr. Trotman over Cardinal Heenan's withdrawal of last month's experiment, in his Archdiocese, of Communion......

Job Of A University Chaplain

I AM a little puzzled by Mgr. - 2 Bruce Kent's reference (June 2) "to Catholic Evidence Guild Training Outlines" and "The Question Box." During my forty years close association......