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A NEW GERMAN PARTY Premium

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THE National Democratic Party, which won eight

seats in the Hesse Land election, is a frankly nationalist party, and its growth can be directly attributed to the way President de Gaulle has

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CHILD psychiatrists, in their expanding profes- sion, are fond of emphasising that nothing is worse for a child than to be let down, to have promises not kept, or the essential framework of living no

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The Crisis of the Language Issue

By CZESLAW JESMAN BRUSSELS.

BELGIUM is facing an unpredictable crisis at the moment when it is becoming the headquarters of Western Europe. SHAPE

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The Christian Peace Conference in Sofia By SIMON BLAKE, O.P.

IT was Newton, I believe, who once wrote: " We have built too many walls and not sufficient bridges." Moving faster has not inev

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presided over by Dr. J. L. Hromadka, a man of By J. D. CRICHTON remarkable wisdom and charity.

Anyone merely reading the papers which were read WHEN two years ago the hierarchy authorised t

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The Fifth International Congress of Sacred Music By PETER E. PEACOCK, O.F.M. CAP.

THE idea of congresses of sacred music came from Mgr. Angles, the president of the Pontifical Institute of

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Thomas Merton and the American Conscience By ILLTUD EVANS, O.P.

SIXTEEN years have passed since Elected Silence cast its sudden light on the drab landscape of American Catholic writing. Sin

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They Tolled the One Bell Only

WHEN Gervase Elwes died tragically in America THE TABLET, in its appreciation, said that he was always " at one as artist and as man ". It also observed that p

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SEED OF THE CHURCH

In Solitary Witness : the Life and Death of Franz Jagerstatter. By GORDON ZAHN. Geoffrey Chapman. 30s.

A commonplace man, you might think: the farm-boy backgrou

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Val Elwes

It was a great ordeal for Cardinal Hinsley to be suddenly winkled out of what he thought was his final retirement as a Canon of St. Peter's, and to be told by Pius XI 'that he was

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Cunning to Work in Gold and in Silver

THERE is a mystique as well as a panache about functions at Goldsmiths' Hall which I find irresistible. No other chandeliers seem so huge and

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remark was that of a girl who said that she had never known before that there were Jews who were afraid of Germans, and she would tell them this when she got home. Another girl was interested to find

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TEILHARD AND ORTHODOXY

DEAR SIR,—My attention has only just been drawn to the report which appeared in your columns (October 22nd) on the first annual conference of the Pierre Teilhard de C

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THE WORLD News and Notes from All Parts

Doctrinal Congregation Strengthened

Cardinal Konig, Archbishop of Vienna and president of the Secretariat for Non Believers, and Cardinal M

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" We talk a great deal about the decline of morals, but the British public has a much keener sense of justice now than at the beginning of the century," the Institute of Directors conference at the R

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