PATRICK WALL says (March 13) that "the spectacle of a Monsignor participating in party political activity over the years has certainly not helped the reputation of the Catholic Church."
Let me do my bit to set his heart at rest. In the world in which I live, the spectacle of a Monsignor actively campaigning for a nuclear-free Britain, from whatever platform, has helped the reputation of the Catholic Church enormously.
Not long ago my grandson put it another way: "It's people like Terry Waite and Bruce Kent who give religion a good name." Barbara Wall Rackham, Sussex