THE CAHIOLIC HUALD will be J. one of the founders of Ninaicy House. The £100 Founder subscription has been sent on behalf of its readers as well as its staff, and it hopes that many of his readers will be able to make a direct contribution in the ' establishment of a Catholic centre in London that trill remain a permanent memorial to the great Cardinal. and that is badly needed.
We hope that one function of such a centre will be the establishment of on effective office for c atholic publicity, Already the HinSley House proposal shows the serious need of this.
During the week one of the national papers. specially interested in the project, wished to write it up. This secular publicity would have been of carY great help in raising the money reotiired. Owing to the lack of our pub/icily centre with the required information that newspaper was unable to get the material ii winded This paper was asked to help, but every possible channel gif information was bloclied. Everyone was out or no one knew. Neither the treasurer nor the secretary of the fund for Hinsley House was Only those worAing in Catholic newspaper offices fully realise the demand to-day for Catholic in formation. Catholic newspaper offices give all the help they can, though they can scarcely afford the time, but often they do not possess the information that would be available from official sources at a properly constituted publicity centre.