Page 2, 9th September 1949

9th September 1949
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Democracy

Related to Christianity? SIR,--J read your columns Sunday by Sunday with respect and attention, but 1 hope it is not disrespectful to add that I sometimes wonder whether you and......

Sewers And Literature Sir, - The Use Of Analogy Is One Of

the most effective ways of conductMg an argument, and one of the most dangerous. For it is only too easy to build up an imposing thesis and overlook a fault in the foundations......

16th Century' Bishops

Then and Now SIR,-In his very interesting article on Church and State, Mr. J. W. Poynter rightly deplores the fact that the Catholic Bishops of the English Hierarchy of 1534......

The Holy Places

Catholic Study Su,-Last May you were kind enough to publish a letter from me in which I suggested that Catholic Action and Study Circles should devote a little time to perusal......

The Church And The Working Class

find myself in considerable sympathy with Mr. Douglas Woodruff and Mr. Lunn if they have been correctly reported. This sympathy must not be construed to mean that I am heedless......

The " Common Man" Sir - Anybody Who Cares To Know My

political views (Distributist of the school of Belloc and Chesterton) will find them in The Good Gorilla. Meanwhile, may I quote what I actually said at Freiburg? " The great......

Books In Ireland

Tradewith Britain SIR, - It is heartening to see a mention in your columns of the British Board of Trade restrictions which, by rigidly restricting the import into Britain of......

Nazis And Religion Sir.-mr. Frederick Lohr Challenges "...

ticated case, where, either in Eastern or in Western Europe under German occupation. a Catholic was forbidden to practise his religion." 1 am such a Catholic. I spent the......

Cardinal Sec Ura Sir - I Thank You For Publishing My Letter

on Social Schools in Spain. should have included the source of the reported statement of Cardinal Segura's for your information-although. of course, brevity might have made it......

Dutch Collections

Your correspondent Mr. D. R. Clarke must certainly have seen double when he saw an army of collectors descend upon him in a Catholic church at Rotterdam. The usual number of......