Posted on January 7, 2011, in Cardinal William Conway, Catholic Education, CATHOLIC PAMPHLETS, Catholic Social Teaching, Communism, Economics, Irish Church-State Relations, Irish Constitution, Irish History, Mother and Child Scheme, Motherhood, Persecution, WW2. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Wonderful – again you’ve unearthed something too good to be lost in a dusty cupboard.
    Few clergy today can write with such confidence – the Faithful are left to stumble in the dark.

    Haven’t finished reading it yet, but tweeted and saved.

  2. Thanks Chris. Completely agree with you re: the contrast to modern clergy. It really is quite astonishing how radically things changed in the 60s.

  3. The 60s, huh! I was there. I remember.

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