Friday, 23 November 2012
The September-October Brandsma Review has editorials by Peadar Laighléis on the Year of Faith and the Children's Rights Referendum; and by Jim Lothian on the US Presidential election. David Manly elaborates on Marie Stopes assault on abortion law in Northern Ireland; Liz Holmes and Éilís Ní Shiocfhradha give different takes on the Children's Rights referendum; Peadar Laighléis profiles the German trade unionist Blessed Nikolaus Groß; Hibernicus gives the second part of his two-part article on Blessed Frédéric Ozanam; Nick Lowry reviews Frank O'Farrell's autobiography; the Hurler on the Ditch and Strammentarius are at their usual antics; there are letters from Louis Hemmings (the most ecumenical Protestant fundamentalist I know), Nick Lowry and Daphne McLeod; and another list from Francis Book Sales. The Brandsma Review is available in Veritas in Dublin; Benedictus Book Shop in Cork; St Kevin's Church, Harrington St, Dublin; Guardian Angels Church, Newtownpark Avenue, Blackrock, Co Dublin; and Ss Peters and Pauls, Paul St, Cork. Otherwise, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for info.