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more locks than one, not excepting those " many things hard to be understood!' in St. Paul's writ-ings which have been misread by the truants from St. Peter's school.

M. Caillaux as one of

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TUESDAY is the Feast of SS. Peter and Paul. That 'we Papists s'iould not have simply a " Saint Peter's Day " but a feast of obligation dedicated to both Mundi Magister atque 'coeli Janitor is an over

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THE troubles of France are so largely due to la maudite politique that nobody can inter-pret the daily medley of names telegraphed to British newspapers by Paris correspondents unless he under

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BY NORA ALEXANDER.

THE beloved St. Anthony ! so familiar and so dear to all Catholics ! But the traveller to the troubled Balkans may learn how equally dear he can be to men and women of di

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JUNE 27, SUNDAY.— Jesuit Church, Farm Street, W.: Father Woodcock, S.J., 12; Father Day, S.J., 4.

Carmelite Church, Kensington, W. 8: Rev. Father Henry, 4.

Servite Church, Fulham

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THE LITURGY OF THE MASS.

The Liturgical Sacrifice of the New Law. By the REV.

JOSEPH KRAMP, S.J. Authorized Version by REV. LEO F. MILLER, D.D. Herder. Cr. 8vo; pp. x, 226. 6s.

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The Incredulity of Father Brown, by G. K. Chesterton, cr. 8vo, pp. 296, 7s. 6d.; Mezzanine, by E. F. Benson, cr. 8vo, pp. 314, 7s. 6d. (London : Cassell.)

L'Ile des Saints, par Paul Renaudi

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TO BUY OR BORROW OR LEAVE ALONE

Some of the publications mentioned under this heading may be more fully discussed in later issues of " The Tablet."

When she essayed A Short Life o

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Once more we urge Catholics, not excepting those who have never before written to a Member of Parliament on a legislative question,..to use all their legitimate influence• in favour of the Relief Bil

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BY OUR EDUCATIONAL CORRESPONDENT.

By the death of Sir William Dunn, St. Aloysius Convent School, Clarendon Square, N.W., of the govern-ing body of which he was for many years chairman, has

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namely, that Naturalistic Stations would have been entirely out of keeping with the artistic atmosphere of the Cathedral.


• They are certainly archaic, and as unlike Rubens as possib

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FROM IRELAND

The Bishop-elect of Derry.—Mgr. Bernard O'Kane has been nominated for the vacant bishopric of Derry, in suc-cession to the late Mgr. McHugh. The Bishop-elect was born at Garvag

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The Crisis.--2Day succeeds day and the crisis is not ended. 1t the time of compiling this paragraph the tide in political Paris—but not throughout France—is running in favour of M. Caillaux, and may

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THE " Cardinals' Express " or " Purple Train " steamed out of New York at t 1 o'clock on the Wednesday morning of last week. By. " purple," of course, cardinal red was meant, all the eleven carriages

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ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, SOUTHSEA. •

The new playing fields at Paulsgrove were seen at their best last Saturday when the Bishop of Portsmouth, accom-panied by many of his •clergy and laity, witn

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The International Catholic Congress of the Social Kingdom of Christ and Sixth Annual Congress of the International Catholic work " Ika " will not, as was originally planned, be held at Paray-le-Monia

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HOSPITAL SUNDAY, JUNE 27. To the Editor of Tax TABLET.


• SIR;you allow me to remind your readers that next Sunday will be the fifty-fourth occasion of the observance of " Hospital Su

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The issue of The Tablet for June 27, 1846, is interest-ing- with matters of historic importance—first of all for the whole Church, and afterwards for Catholics in western and central England. The ele

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MR. EVERARD GREEN.

The Church has lost a devoted son and the College of Heralds a learned member in the death of Somerset Herald, Mr. Everard Green, who passed away last Tuesday, at Clevedo

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DIOCESES

THE CARDINAL ARCHBISHOP'S ENGAGEMENTS. (N.B.-From 15th to 27th June His Eminence will be absent from Westminster.)

June 28, Monday.-Cathedral : assists at High Mass, to.3

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Major-General Sir Harold Tagart has been appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for Devonshire.

Lord and Lady Camoys and their children, who intend to spend -the remainder of the summer in America,

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