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100 years ago

Bishops and atrocities

GERMAN Bishops in conference at Fulda have addressed to the All-Highest a telegram

100 years on: Darkened lustre of victory

THE Second World War has ended in a manner which only the chosen few who knew about the atomic bomb could have envisaged a fortnight ago

‘Anglo-American destructiveness has certainly put Attila and Jenghiz Khan in the shade’

‘Anglo-American destructiveness has certainly put Attila and Jenghiz Khan in the shade’

The Church Times reflects on the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 70 years ago

Papal blundering

Papal blundering

ON JULY the 28th, the anniversary of the outbreak of war, the Pope issued an address to the belligerent nations and their responsible heads

100 years ago: Hymns and comic songs

COMIC songs, according to the Bishop of Birmingham [Henry Russell Wakefield], are an immense solace to our men at the Front

100 years ago: Women and the war

100 years ago: Women and the war

IN THE organizing of processions women are supremely resourceful and efficient, and we doubt not that the march to Whitehall to-morrow will, weather permitting, be, as a pageant, an unqualified success. Its purpose, moreover, is entirely laudable: it is to convince Mr Lloyd George,...

100 years ago: Suspend the Convocations

100 years ago: Suspend the Convocations

It is scarcely worth while to summon the Convocations to discuss platitudes at enormous length, and, since contentious business is ruled out, the sessions might profitably be suspended for the duration of the war

100 years ago: Closed for private prayer

100 years ago: Closed for private prayer

OUR leading article of last week on the Mobilization of Religion has brought us many letters from correspondents who complain of the entire or early closing of churches on weekdays

100 years ago: Our soldiers maligned

100 years ago: Our soldiers maligned

THERE has been much mischievous and unwarrantable talk about an imaginary prospective increase of illegitimacy as a consequence of the war

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