SIR,-At an early Low Mass in a semi-public oratory on W'hit Sunday, after the Gospel came the notices. These were rather long. and concluded with a long appeal about a forthcoming garden fête. Then the Credo; no Epistle or Gospel in English! Moreover T
could not but notice that many of my neighbours had no missal with them.
Later on in the morning, at the Sung Mass in a parish church, we were indeed given the superb Epistle and Gospel for the day, beautifully read in English; but then, what was the sermon that followed?
Why, nothing but an advertisement for a magazine shortly to be brought out. Not one single word about the Feast of Pentecost !