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Tomorrow's Election in France

The outstanding characteristic of the Constitution which the French accepted by default last month, only a third of the electorate signifying their acceptance

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THROUGHOUT Europe, the Catholic parties represent something far more far-reaching as an historical develop-ment than their programmes suggest or the adherents under-stand. What is taking place is the

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The Judicature in Tito's Yugoslavia [FROM A CORRESPONDENT]

N democratic countries the judicial power is exercised by I professional judges on the basis of the laws. In present-day Yugoslav

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The Gathering Difficulties of the De Gasperi Government [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT]

THE most interesting event in Rome in recent weeks has been the submission to the Holy See of Paul Meletiev

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A Sermon preached at Campion Hall on its Fiftieth Anniversary By MGR. R. A. KNOX

Et dixi in corde meo, Si unus et stulti et meus occasus wit, quid mihi prodest, quod majorem sapientiae dedi

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FRANCE Tomorrow's Elections

Cardinal Suhard, Archbishop of Paris, issued the following statement on the feast of Christ the King, and it was read in all churches of his diocese last Sunday

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MR. HUXLEY'S SYNTHESIS

The Perennial Philosophy. By ALDOUS HUXLEY. Chatto and Windus. 12s. 6d.

Mr. Huxley's book strictly demands two reviews : one to point out and praise the tru

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Then and Now

The abiding influence of J. S. Phillimore in Glasgow, although it is twenty years this month since he died so young, and although his Catholic life was not very long, is a rema

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