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--,-----_. CORRESPONDENCE.…

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

CATHOLIC TEACHERS AT DOWLAIS…

MR. J. O'GRADY, M.P., ON THE…

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MR. J. O'GRADY, M.P., ON THE CATHOLIC GRIEVANCE. I r, -ndiv do me the favour of publishing 2bg following letter which I ave received from \!r. J. O'Grady, Labour Member for East jeeds. Will our Labour Members please take -ote:- House of Commons, 6/4/1909. Dear Mr. Mansfield.—I am truly sorry to hear that the Labour Members are acting as you state in the matter of treatment towards the Catholic Schools. I can only say that irich conduct is not in consonance with that observed by the Labour movement towards Catholics. It has always been a proud boast of mine that our movement is so broad as to embrace men of all creeds and all nation- alities within its political activities, and allow to all liberty of conscience in religious thought I do trust that my Labour friends in Merthyr Tydfil will take example from their honoured member, Mr. Keir Hardie.—Yours sincerely, JAMES O'GRADY. P. MANSFIELD.

CAN A CATHOLIC BE A SOCIALIST?

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A MERTHYR VALE SOCIAL DEMOCRAT.

WELSH DISESTABLISHMENT.

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EVERY WOMAN.

Abergavenny Chair Eisteddfod.…

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EVENTS OF THE WEEK.

Crippled by Bad Feet

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CAN A CATHOLIC BE A SOCIALIST?