Conflict broke out in Barcelona on May 4 between the Government supporters and labour syndicalists.
Senor Vasquez, representing the paper Solidaridad Obrera (Workmen's Solidarity) admitted that the Government were responsible for the riots in Malaga in May last year. He told them that his paper had then asked them to stop, and they had obeyed. Today nobody listened to him, he said.
The people of Barcelona were reminded of the danger of a revolt at a tirne when the Aragon front was a source of so much danger to them. If General Franco were to find out the state of Catalonia, he would mass his troops on this front and defeat them.
Saragossa was bombed on Tuesday by a Red 'plane, states a special correspondent of the Havas Agency. Several bombs fell in the centre of the town at a time when The first of a series of articles by Dr. W. E. Orchard on the Conversion of England.—Page 5.
the streets were crowded. One of them exploded near a group of people and killed them all.
In all 20 were killed and about 50 wounded, some of them very seriously. Most of the victims are women and children.
Minster Abbey Comes Back
Through the disinterested goodwill of the present non-Catholic owner, and the munificence of an Irish-American benefactress. the ancient abbey of Minster in Thanet, near Ramsgate, has returned to the Benedictine Order in a state of perfect preservation.
The abbey will be occupied again by a community of Benedictine Dames as soon as they can procure the funds necessary for their instalment. Meanwhile they have been offered the hospitality of St. Mary's Abbey at East Berghoh.
A special article dealing with the history of Minster Abbey will appear in the Catholic Herald next week.