WE ARE, to our regret, able to print only a few of the letters which we receive in support of our criticism of the Army Chaplains’ department. Since first we referred to the matter several months ago we have received every week letters, sorrowful or indignant, which tell of the incapacity...
THE Army Chaplains’ question becomes more acute as the British forces increase
IF EVER a nation can go mad, that is the case of Germany to-day. The malady has passed through many phases; at one time it has taken the form of insensate hate, at another it is homicidal, and more particularly infanticidal. Now it appears in a curious state of imbecility obsessed...
IF ANYONE supposed that Russia, crushed in spirit by her ill-success in the war, was likely to consider proposals of peace, the step taken by the Tsar ought to correct the notion
IN THE field of theology no less than in the cities and villages of invaded countries the German method of “frightfulness” has spread havoc . . .
GERMAN Bishops in conference at Fulda have addressed to the All-Highest a telegram
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
The Church Times reflects on the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 70 years ago
ON JULY the 28th, the anniversary of the outbreak of war, the Pope issued an address to the belligerent nations and their responsible heads