The Twenty-Seventh Sunday after Pentecost ends the Ecclesiastical Year, and Fr. Marlindale's Translations and Comments on the Sunday Mass s come to an end. NEXtirf. WEEK, Fr. Martindale will Write an introductory article to his new great series on the SAINTS.
Nothing that Fr. Martindale has done has brought him greater and wider recognition than his broadcasts " What Are Saints."
Readers of the Catholic Herald will have the privilege of reading each week the full application of these famous broadcasts in a precious article which we might well call " BRINGING A SAINT TO LIFE—TO MODERN LIFE."
The rst article (November 26) will be on . t. Francis Xavier; the second (Decem r 5) St. Ambrose.
Each article will be specially illustrated (after consultation with the author) I by Mr. Philip Suffolk, A.R,C.A., a young artist who specialises in liturgical work and is best known pr his superb mosiacs in a Portsmouth church.
Fr. Martindale's article alone will be worth the twopence you pay for 16 pages of Catholic Herald. Please tell arty friend who does not yet read the Cathdlic Herald about this series.