views may well be wrong, but the chap he's talking to is going him right if he hasn't just had a petrol bomb in his face. to be more capable of putting this month" to the check-lists of sins for confession? floor" presumably means "attempting to put across his with fellow-workers." Society been advised to add "I didn't throw any petrol bombs Sheridan's plea (November 13) for her to be condemned because she "recently advised the bontbs and agitate from the political ideas by conversing to be puzzled by John workers to stop throwing petrol factory floor." ONE does not need to be a Agreed that his political Has the Catholic Truth "Agitating from the factory fan of Bernadette Devlin David Parry Bonnyrigg, Midlothian.
MR. JOHN D. SHERIDAN has taken Gabriel Fallon to task over his remarks about Bernadette Devlin, M.P. Obviously, Mr. Sheridan would prefer Miss Devlin to continue throwing petrol-bombs rather than organise agitation from ry the factory floor. It would appear that Mr. Sheridan never read James Connelly or Larkin, and one wonders if he ever heard "Big Jim's" classical remark — "Christ will no longer be crucified in the streets of Dublin." No doubt John D. must feel very proud when he hears it announced at Mass that Catholic Social Services have distributed 1,000,000 free hot dinners to Dublin's poor and needy. What an indictment on "Green Toryism" and what a betrayal of 1916. God bless Bernadette. She is in the true tradition of the Countess M.
Patrick Casey Dublin