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Reactionary Or

Revolutionary? W HENEVER writers in the secularist press have occasion to remember the existence of Catholic papers they invariably precede their criticisms by describing them......

Where Shall The Nations Find A Leader?

By STANLEY B. JAMES A S the fourth winter of the war approaches, the world-situation is seen to be more complex and to involve profounder difficulties than ever. Controversy,......

Notes And Comments

HERR1OT PDOUARD Herriot is now de1-1 tained, under strict police supervision, at his own residence near Lyons, following his bitter quarrel with the Vichy Government. For more......

Column 8

BARRACK ROOM LETTERS—V • Confession My Dear David, YOU can't be expected to believe me, but this is the truth: within three days I have had two callers and three lettere (one of......

In A Few Words

A Naive View IT was amusing to note the simple • expectations of those journalists who were interested in the attack on THE CATHOLIC HERALD in two national newspapers. One......

Recent Remarks

" Michael de la Bedoyere, editor of THE CATHOLIC HEILALD. need not think he speaks for all Catholics. There is a fresh school of Catholic thought arising, and it has got a......