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Catholic Weekly
Wages War Against
Enemies of Church
INNSBRUCK, Austria (NC)—
Per Volksbote, Catholic weekly
here, has called for a world-wide
campaign for the signatures of
Christians, Moslems and Jews to
a resolution demanding religious
freedom in communist-dominated
count The resolution with
these signatures should then be
forwarded to the United Nations,
Hundreds of millions of such
signatures would serve true peace
and set in motion a force which
would make communist regimes
slow down their persecution of re
ligion, the paper says.
Catholics throughout the world
have a particular obligation to pro
vide the initiative for such a move
ment. according to the paper.
“It is the scandal of the 20th cen
tury,’ the Volksbote declares, “that
among the 340 million Catholics so
few are active in word and deed to
help by prayer and action their
brethren in the Faith who are sub
jected to the greatest church per
secution in history.’’ There arc 60
million persecuted Catholics be
hind the iron curtain, the paper
recalls.
(The appeal of Dor Volksbote
was broadcast through Europe by
Vatican Radio.)
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“Give l'f fl Rrenk”
High Papal Honor
Is Conferred Upon
Prof. J. M. Duehren
For a life of service to the
Church and to the Holy Father,
Prof. Jacob M. Duehren of St. John
Evangelist's parish, Columbus, has
been awarded the Papal Cross “Pre
Ecclesia et Pontifice."
Editor of the Ohio Waisenfreund,
German-language weekly newspa
per, and former professor of Latin
and German at the Josephinum col
lege, which publishes the Waisen
freund, he received the decoration
from Bishop Ready at ceremonies
in the Josephinum chapel recently.
Accompanying the cross was a
citation signed by the Papal Sec
retary of State commending Prof.
Duehren, now 83, for his “excel
lent work” and calling him “wor
thy of this high honor.”
Nearly 400 persons attended the
presentation, including Prof. Dueh
ren’s wife and four children, one of
whom, the Very Rev. Joseph Dueh
ren, is an alumnus of the Jose
phinum. Also present was Prof.
Duehren’s pastor, the Right Rev.
Msgr. Frederick Burkhart.
About a month earlier Prof.
Duehren received a letter from the
Holy See congratulating him on
the completion of 50 years of serv
ice at the Josephinum, and con
veying the Papal blessing and a
jubilee medal blessed by the Pope.
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What fhp Holy Father Does With Yonr Money—
40c goes to home missioners in America
9c to the Catholic Near East
51c to the foreign missions
In the foreign missions the Holy Father has to supnort—
97,758 missionaries 15,600 seminarians
45.000 schools 2,300 colleges
3.132 dispensaries 1,200 hosnitals
175 leper asvlums 1,720 orphanages
260 homes for the aged
54,000,000 aged, sick, children, victims of leprosy were cared for
by the missionaries last year.
The HoJv Father’s way of combating Communism is to erect
the Cross and the altar as a spiritual fortress against the
Hammer and the Sickle.
Pope’s Mission
Outlined by Bi
The Pope has pointed out seven
ways for the faithful to help the
Church’s world wide missions,
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen writes
the current issue of WORLDMIS
SION (of which he is editor-in
chief).
The seven mission aids are:
prayers of the faithful, adoption
of native priests, zeal by the cler
gy, prayers and sacrifices of chil
dren, women in altar societies, fos
tering vocations, and general alms.
Bishop Sheen, who is national
director of the Society for the
Propagation of the Faith, enumer
ates the list in a commentary on
the Holy’s Father’s recent en
cyclical on the missions, entitled
“Evangelii Praecones.”
On the subject of alms, the
Bishop writes:
“Each missionary society has to
train its missionaries and aid its
members in the field. But since
only four per cent of the total
number of missionaries are from
America, it follows that the Hoiy
See has to support most of the oth
ers. There are 27,000 priests on the
foreign missions, 10,000 Brothers
and 63,000 Sisters, 85,000 cate
chists and 94,000 lay teachers, all
of whom have to live. But in order
to work they have to support their
42,000 elementary schools, 4,000
high schools, 2,200 colleges and
professional schools, 1,200 hospit
als. 3,200 dispensaries, 180 lepro
saria, 1,800 orphanages and 270
homes for the aged.”
U. S. Biggest Giver
Bishop Sheen then goes on to
say that over 50 per cent of the
total contributed for the missions
of the world comes from the Unit
ed States, the per capital contribu
tion of American Catholics in a
year being 13 cents. The next high
est, he says, is “little Luxem
bourg” with 11 cents, and the next
highest nations rate as follows:
French Canada, eight cents, New
Zealand, New Hebrides and Baha
mas 7 cents, Australia. Malta and
Ireland six cents and Belgium and
the Netherlands five cents.
“There is no necessary relation
between the economic status of a
country and the alms contributed,”
the Bishop writes. “Christian alms
are not given because of superflu
ity, but because of the intensity of
the faith. When, however, one real
izes how much is spent on other
things, the alms are still very
low. The average Catholic Amer
ican last year gave 13 cents to the
Holy See for missions, but he also
averaged $8.60 on the movies. One
could dream about the moral stat
ure of America if the figures were
reversed and 13 cents were spent
on movies and $8 60 on Evangelii
Praecones."
Speaking on the adoption of na
tive priests, Bishop Sheen notes
that the per capita income in In
dia is $56 a year, in China .$26 and
in Kenya Colony, Africa. $21. He
adds: “Many of the best-intention
ed Catholic families in these lands
could not possibly afford to edu-
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1951
Aid Program
shop Sheen
cate their son for the priesthood,
even though he had the vocation.
So the Church must look else
where. It looks particularly to the
U.S., where the per capita income
is $1,450.”
World Vision Needed
As to the zeal of the clergy, the
Bishop notes that the priest is bid
den to enlarge the horizons of his
apostolic zeal, so as to think not in
terms of parish or diocese alone,
but to have universal sympathy for
all mankind. He writes that “the
Savior said to every priest: 'Go
teach all nations,’ not ‘Go teach St.
Joseph's parish’.” On the mission
aid of women in altar societies,
Bishop Sheen writes:
“Women cannot bring the bread
and wine to the altar as sacristans,
but they can prepare linens, the
vestments, the copes and the chas
ubles for the Holy Sacrifice. What
a joy to the Eucharistic Heart of
the Savior, when the power of His
Resurrection is re-enacted in the
Mass, to see the natives of Africa,
China and Japan lift up the hosts
and chalice from the altar linens
wrought by the Catholic women of
America as a proof that all peoples
are one in this supernal act of
love.”
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Rome Is Scene
Of First World
Congress of Laity
ROME—(NC) The World Con
gress of the Catholic Lay Aposto
late opened here with Benediction
of the Blessed Sacrament in St.
Peter’s Basilica and a plenary
meeting in the large auditorium of
the Palazzo Pio.
Some 1,200 delegates represent
ing almost every country in the
world were present. In St. Peter’s
they implored God's help to dis
cover, improve and perfect new
methods of bringing to the world
“the peace of Christ in the king
dom of Christ.”
Six Cardinals, 21 Archbishops
and Bishops and many priests are
taking part in the sessions to as
sist and encourage the lay dele
gates in their work. The laity were
called on today to help mobilize the
resources of the “peaceful army”
of the Church’s laity for a renewed
campaign to spread the leaven of
Christian doctrine and life through
out human society.
Twenty-two persons from the
United States have joined here
with Catholic lay people from all
continents and many island com
munities who are members of vari
ous lay organizations within the
Church.
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Freedom Forum
I
“Freedom of Communication in a
Democracy" will be the topic of
the eleventh annual Catholic
University Forum, to be held at
the annual meeting of the Alum
ni Association, in New York,
November 10. Dr. George D.
Rock (above), dean of the Grad
uate School of Arts and Sciences
at Catholic University who will
act as chairman. (NC Photos)
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W. G. Frankenberg,
Aquinas Graduate,
Killed In Korea
Requiem high Mass was sung in
St. Aloysius' church. Columbus,
Thursday, Oct. 18, for Pfc. Wilfred
G. Frankenberg, 23, who was kill
ed in Korea Sept. 23.
Word of the soldier’s death came
last week to his father, A. A.
Frankenberg.
A 1947 graduate of Aquinas high
school, he served with the medical
detachment of the 23rd Infantry
Regiment.
Besides his father he is survived
by five sisters: Mrs. Mildred Car
penter of Columbus, Misses Norma,
I.uella, Esther, and Loretta, and
one brother, Walter, all at home.
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Chaplain Dies With 13
Others in Plane Crash
TOKYO—(NO—The Rev. (Capt.)
William E. Maher, chaplain with
the 374th Troop Carrier Wing, was
killed (Sept. 27) with 13 others
when a 46 transport returning
from Korea crashed on a mountain
southwest of Tokyo. He was 38.
It was the second time in four
months that a member of the
Brooklyn Diocese priest’s family
was killed Last spring his brother,
Robert, 21. was killed by an auto
mobile in Brooklyn.
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MISSION SUNDAY
OCTOBER 21, 1951
FATHER BEGS TWICE A YEAR
ONCE FOR PETER PENCE
ONCE ON MISSION SENDAY FOR ALL THE MISSIONS OF THE WORLD FADER
THE PONTIFICAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH
Why You Should HpIjf—
BECAUSE!
Pius XI said: "Charity to the missions surpasses every other work
of charity."
You should make atonement for your sins or your w-ant of faith by
bringing others to the faith. Sava a soul and you will help save
your own.
Experience shows that God grants many favors to those who are
most sacrificing for His Missions.
If you were starving in India, made homeless in Korea, persecuted
in China, a victim of leprosy in New Guinea, you would want your
neighbor to help you.
The Society for the Propagation of the Faith has its missionaries
read 15,000 Masses a year for those who pray and sacrifice for
the Missions.
The measure of your love for the faith is what you are willing to
sacrifice for it.
There are 1,100,000,000 people in the world today who have not the
joy of sacramental union with Our Lord and His Blessed Mother.
LAST YEAR—The Catholics gave 8c per capita on Mission Sunday
But they spent $8.60 per capita on movies.
THIS YEAR—For the sake of the peace of the world give ONE DAY’S
SALARY.
The per capita income of the United States last year was $1,453. But
the per capita of other countries was very low: Japan $100 Ceylon
$67, India $57, Pakistan $51, Liberia $38, South Korea $35, Iran $25.
That is why we have to help.
Put your sacrifice in on envelope and drop it in the collection basket
on MISSION SUNDAY, October 21, or send it to your DIOCESAN
DIRECTOR.
THE SOCIETY FOIl THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH
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Row Others Are Wolwlntf—
Mrs. N.M. did baby-sitting.
Mrs. L.S. sent one dollar for each Hail Marv on the rosary.
Mrs. S.F. “Enclosed is twentv dollars which was going to
use fnr rlnfhing mvself when I went to see mv daughter.
I realized bnw much more the lepers needed dressings than
I need another dress.”
Mrs. M.K. “T Have little money for the missions when I feed
my five chii4ren h«f found a wav to make a little money
for thn missions. When I huy good things from the hakery
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