From Mrs Mary Hunt SIR — Jill Segger is right (Comment, June 18). In the silence of a Quaker “meeting for worship” one receives lights and inspirations that one does not get in hours of discussion and arguments.
I attended a Quaker meeting many years ago, and in the silence of that meeting I made a better meditation on the Holy Mass and why martyrs died for it than I have ever made after hours of discussion. Perhaps a little more silence and openness to the Holy Spirit is what our Church needs in this noisy age.
Yours faithfully, MARY HUNT East Grinstead, W Sussex