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Formed to bring to Catholics books on every phase of religion and religious( life. at only a fraction of the normal cost, the Catholic Book Club can rightly claim a splendid record of achievement. Each month the Club brings to its members the fascinating story of the
Catholic told in thoroughly dependable books by the front-rank writers of our time.
These great books are net confined to any me aspect of religion, nor are they limited to any one publisher. Instead, the Catholic Book Club chooses its books to provide a vivid. vital. constructive contribution to the teaching of religious knowledge; chooses them, ton, from the lists of the various pubilshing houses to ensure the widest possible field for selection, and the choice of the very hest benice. These are, we say with certainty, books which spy reader of the CATUOLIC HERALD Will be glad to read. proud to own; books which for literary
merit, appearance and production are assuredly worthy of place on your bookehe/ves. And. remember, the Catholic nook Club is ready to bring them to you /books published at 7/6. 8/6, 16/6 and 12/(1) for ONLY 2/6. The enrolment form below is your key to member
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It costs nothing to belong to the Catholic Back Club. There is no membership fee or subscription. A menthera Foie reeponeiblitty is an agreement to accept the monthly choice of the Club for a minimum period of six months, to pay for earns on receipt, and to give not less than four weeks' notice of termination of membership.
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Past selections of The Catholic Book Club are proof or the remarkable value offered. They include( " DAMIEN THE LEPER," by John V. Farrow (published by Burns Oates and Washbourne at 7/6). " THE CHRISTMAS CRIB," by Neste De Robeek-A terminating account of the many exquisite paintings, carvings and models of the Nativity in Italy, Germany, France and Spain (published by Burns Oates and Washbourne, at 8/6). " THE DIARY OF A COUNTRY PRIEST," by Georges 13ernanos.-" It is destined to be Fl classic "-the Very Rev. W. R. Inge (published by Borlswocid at 10/6). " CATHOLIC SOCIAL ACTION.' by the Rev Fr. A. M. Crofts, O.P.(published by Alexander Ouseicy. P ius XI AND WORLD PEACE," by at 7/6). " POPE Lard Bowen.-An account of the work Clonmore.-Foreword by Me Eminence the Archbishop of Westminster; an authentic biography (published by Robert Hale, at 12/61. " CATHOLICISM IN ENGLAND, 1530-193:)," by David Mathew,-A
portrait of Catholic culture and tradition (published by Longmane, at 6/-). " PIONEERS
OF THE FAITH." by Lieut.-Colonel F. J. Bowen.-An Catholic Missions in many parts at the world (published by Alexander Ouseley, at 5/-). " IN CHRIST'S OWN COUNTRY." by Dom Ernest Graf (published by Buena Oates and Washbourne, at 10/6: nut. or print). •` THIRTY YEARS IN THE AFRICAN WILDS.' by Fr. E. Verwimp, S.J.-An engrossing record of Missionary adventure (puhlieheri by Alexander thiseley, at 7/6). " MEMORIES OF CHARLES DE FOUCALD," by Pere Georges Gorree (translated by Donald Attwater). Memories of de FoucaId's fife as a hermit in the Sahara (published by Burns Oates, at 7/6). ' CHARACTERS OF THE REFORMATION," by Hilaire Beam (published by Sliced and Ward, at 7/6; out of print). " THE FARM 73'Y LOUGH GER,' by Mary Oarbery (published by Longmans. at 10/6: out of print). " SPANISH ARENA," by William FOSS and Cecil Gerahty.-General Franco and the Spanish Civil War (published by John Gifford, at /8/-1. " CRISIS FOR CHRISTIANITY." by William Teeling -A study of the etruggie between Nazism and the Catholic Church (published by John Gifford, at 10/6). " HIS HOLINESS POPE PHIS XI," by Monsignor R. Vontenelle, Canon of St. Peter's.The life story of the late Pope (published by Methuen,
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