SSfeel impelled to contradict "Catholic Schoolmaster" who wrote in your paper: "Catechism answers will not suffice when our children are in factories and offices and may be called on to defend the Faith." I was a child of rather dull intellect who learned catechism and Scripture parrot-fashion. I am now an adult of dull intellect who is doing a repetition job at a factory bench.
Mentally, I'm capable of tackling no other type of employment. But time and time again 1 have, in the course of arguments started by non-Catholics. been able to floor my antagonist by the catechism answers learned parrotfashion 25 years ago.
Stupid though I know myself to be, I have had the human satisfaction of seeing my opponent walk away in speechless rage from my bench on quite a few occasions.
Two things I always keep in mind: (1) the man who starts these arguments is never interested in learning anything about Catho