Page 5, 9th October 1964

9th October 1964
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By Norman St. John-stevas

I AST week a correspondent took me to task for writing what he was pleased to call "conservative propaganda" in this column. I doubt if it would be recognised as such by......

Associations For New Graduates

S IR,-1 read with great interest the article in last week's CaTtioLic HERALD describing 0.A.N.G., the association for new graduates devised by the Glasgow circle of the Newman......

Sermons

Sir,—Today's sermon in our local church was an exhortation to participate in the new liturgy. In it we were reminded that our liturgy is "how we live our family life in Christ".......

Lord's Supper

Sir,—Further to Bishop Pearson's letter dated September 5th and subsequent reports which you may have received in connection with the Lord's Supper F.xhibilion. at present being......

Why This Apathy In Politics?

cry frequently heard from those who say they are interested in politics is that the British public arc apathetic. Such people arc those who never sit down for five minutes to......

Spirit Of Poverty

Sir,--How very singular was your editorial footnote to Miss Brown's letter ("Spirit of Poverty"). Is our celerity really so weak that a luxury cruise across half the world is......

Materialistic Appeal

Sir,—Your new columnist Norman St. John-Stevas lumps the Liberal Party with the Labour Party as an opposition, This is a deliberate misconstruction. The majority of votes cast......

Teilhard And The Bomb

Sir,---11 is refreshin g to see the case for supportin g Labour at last g iven some space in your columns in this week's article by Paul Derrick. However, this only goes a......

W Hitefriars Extends A Welcome This Week To The Pew Family,

Cannon Laws and Father Forward who will be makin g a re g ular appearance on this page in future issues of the CAIT1OLIC HERALD. This cartoon feature—we are callin g it Drawing......