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OHIO Delaware Operation Hospitality Enlists Aid Of Catholic Just a year ago hundreds of young students in Austria and Ger many were filing applications with the Department of State in a com petition for a year’s study in the United States. The 525 students selected included a good proportion of Catholics. Government planners hoped that living “the American way” would AD. 5810 AD. 6342 MACHINERY IT German And Austrian Students Compete For State Department Scholarships To U.S. Schools CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE coeuft Mice EDERAL T“ WU CAN IIAXE The Experience—Dependability—Integrity of General Maintenance & Engineering Co. 1231 McKinley Avenue, Columbus 8, Ohio To Recommend How to Improve Appearance and Reduce Schools Churches Parish Houses, Etc. Phone PA. 8458 Collect or Write Vs For Free Inspection Suggestions Estimates ft I Buyers4 Guide Kobiiisun-llaiiralian F-unerai Directors Cor Winter & Franklin, a Delaware ^f’ffnfnfnf'nf'nfw''w’nf'V’N^ The Peop! ?s Store k Delaware Chevrolet Cadillac OK USED CARS AND TRUCKS KEEFER CHEVROLET, INC. 199 S. Sandusky St. Delaware, O. omen Again acquaint these student* with the principles and ideals of our democ racy and develop in them an en during spirit of friendship towards the people of the United States. Diocesan Councils of the Nation al Council of Catholic Women co operated with the National Cath olic Welfare Conference, one of the sponsor agencies, by appealing to American Catholic families to con- sider offering the hospitality of their homes, with all their cul tural and religious advantages, to one of these foreign guests. The host family was expected to provide room and board, but, more important, hospitality, good exam ple and a religious atmosphere typ ical of the good Catholic home. Generous Response The warm heart of American Catholics was demonstrated by the response, and after an exchange of letters with NCWC officials, spon sor families for 75 young students were selected. The program is being repeated this year, and the Columbus Dio cesan Council of Catholic Women is appealing anew to Catholic fam ilie to consider taking part in this new "Operation Hospitality.” A look at the experience ol one of last year's cooperating Councils shows its happy relationship with three young girls. Renate. Erika and Gisela, who came to the U.S. Iron Berlin, Vienna and Cologne. Seven months have passed since their arrival. Renate and Erika will be graduating from one of the Ca tholic high schools in the host city, while Gisela is a junior at another. All three are under scholarships arranged by the NCWC Education Department. The three agieed that meeting their hosts was a heart-warming ex perience. “We sensed immediately that these people were genuinely interested in us and would be our friends.” Vacation days over, they looked ahead to classes. Two of the girls, unfamiliar with parochial schools, were reluctant at first to show any interest in a "Sisters' school.” “Lured Sisters “But, oh, it was different from what we imagined! We loved the sisters immediately and marveled at the good discipline they main tain Your students respect them.” “But,” added Erika, “students are far more boisterous than we are in public conveyances." Will the girls' departure end the experiment? Not at all. Each will keep in close touch with her "host parents” and family and hojies some day to welcome them to her country. That this is not too re mote is indicated by the host par ents who tell Gisela they will go to Cologne to dance at her wed ding. Details of the program for the coming year may he secured from Miss Clara Holtzman. 1703 Franklin Ave., Columbus, Ohio. One seventh of, the total population of the world is Moslems. Thi" were founded by Mohammed, who was born in 570 A.D. When his daughter Fa lima died, Mo hammed wrote: "Shi1 is most blessed ol all women in heaven, next t» Mary.' Uentur ies later when the Moslems were driven out of Spain, the daugh ter of the Moslem chief, also named Fatima, fell in love with a Catholic soldier. She married him and embraced the laith. The boy was so proud of his Moslem bride that he changed thi name of the town where he lived to Fatima. It was in that village that Our Blessed Mother reveal ed herself in 1917. and became known as “Our Lady of Fatima.” We believe that Fatima portends the conversion of the 374 million Moslems in the world. Pray for them. Have you pondered over these words of our Holy Father' "A frightful disaster may explode at any moment, the origin of which is to be found in the religious lukewarmness of so many"? GOD LOVE YOU to S B., a sem inarian who instead of paying $40 for a cassock bought a cheap utility cassock for $18 and sent the difference to the Holy Fath er's Missions think noir of some little luxury you can do without to save a soul Pin the sacrifice it represents to this column and send it to the Holy at’ ci’s Missions ATTF.N "ION W(J iEN: Make sacrifices tor your sisters in the East, The Bbagavad Gita says that a "worn an is born because of a sin in a former life. The Mann states, “never let a woman injoy indc pendence” Sacrifices made to convert the Hindus will give the women their long deserved free dom GOD LOVE YOU to R.E.B who reading Mission on a bus to the doctor's promised to send $50 to the Holy Father’i THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH 2 You Can Help Them Sunday Ml FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY—The homeless, the destitute and driven are often hungry. The victims of war in both Europe and Asia benefit by the food kitchens provisioned by War Relief Services— National Catholic Welfare Conference, he U. S. Bishops' channel of mercy in countries where Christian charity is allowed to enter. Give all you can this Sunday to the 1952 appeal of the Bishops' Fund for the Victims of War. May They Rest In Peace WHEAT. Mrs. Mary, 76. 327 Fal lis road, Columbus. Mar. 12, Im maculate Conception church. Sur vivors: four daughters and one son. STALDER, Ralph. 52, 1016 E. 14th avenue, Columbus, Mar. 10, St. Peter church. Survivors: his wife. Imogene a son and three sis ters. ALSBAC H, Mrs. Homer. 63, 32 Forty avenue, Newark, Mar. 12, St. Francis de Sales church. Surviv ors: her husband. Homer two daughters, a sister, and a brother. BURNS, Maurice, 65. 2574 S, Paint street, Chillicothe, Mar. 12. St. Mary church. Survivors: his wife. Ollie one daughter. OATNEY, Henry, 83, 171 Cedar Hill road, Lancaster, Mar. 11, St. Mary church. Survivors: three sons, seven daughters, a brother and a sister. LEGG, Mrs. Josephine, 78, 336 Southwood avenue, Columbus, Mar. 10, St. Leo church. Survivors: a daughter and two grandchildren. AMBROSE. Vance. 85. 1665 E. Livingston avenue, Columbus, Mar. II, St. John the Evangelist church Survivors hi’s wife, Nellie two sons and a granddaughter. GIANTONIO, Mrs. Margaret, 47, 2432 Berwick blvd., Columbus, Mar. 12. Christ the King church. Surviv ors: her husband, Joseph a daugh ter, her parents, a sister, and five brothers. THOMAS, Michael. 60. 3104 Zet tlei alley, Columbus. Mar. 10, Holy Cross church. Survivors: two nep hews. a niece, and a sister-in-law. ECKFELD, Mrs. Dorothy, 76, 1023 20th street. Portsmouth, Mar. R, St. Mary church. Survivors: two daughters and two sisters. God Love You--------------- Ealima May Prove Prelude To Conversion Of Moslems In Bibliop Fulton J. Sheen----------------- Missions if she could escape hos pitalization and an operation. Her request was granted. GOD LOVE YOU to S.E.K. who wa unemployed for a year and unable to find a luxury to sacri fice, so she sent old gold and jewelry to the Holy Father's Mis sions. Instead of “wearing the green” send it, and celebrate St. Pat rick's Day every day GOD LOVE YOU to Mrs. J. DeM. and group who say the rosary once a month for the missions and ac cumulated $8 in sacrifices for the Holy Father’s Missions Pag eants in India and Alrica have been using our World Mission Rosary as a model. Even a St. Patrick's Day parade in a large city dressed groups in the color of each continent to remind the onlookers to pray for the world. Cut this out and send $2 with your request for the World Mis sion Rosary or else pin your sac rifice to it for the sake of Our dear Lord and His Blessed Moth er and the souls of the world GOD LOVE YOU to Mrs. J.P.T. who with her family gave up coffee for a month to send S8 to the Holy Father’s Missions A mother, too busy at prayer to answer her boy's question, “What is a saint?” just pointed to the stained glass windows. “Oh,” he said. “I sec. They're the ones the light comes through!” Every foreign mis sionary priest or religious in the Chentu Diocese of China is either in prison or under house arrest. Want to be an Apostle? Or ganize little groups of twenty inspire each of them to sacrifice each month a movie, or a taxi fare, or a cocktail or necktie, or a package of cigarettes for the Holy Father's Missions. At the end of the month send the sacri fice to the Most Reverend Ful ton J. Sheen. National Director of the Society for the Propaga tion of the Faith. 109 E. 38th St., New York 16x, New York, or your diocesan Director. Reverend James Kulp. 246 East Town St., Columbus 15. Ohio. PAGE, Edward. 70, New Lexing ton, Mar. 10, St. Rose church. I^eROY, John, 83. 17 Glessner ave nue. Zanesville, Mar. 11, St. Thom as church. Survivors: two daugh ters, five grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. CASSIDY, John, 73. 3884 Kossuth street, Columbus, Mar. 8. St. Mary church. Survivors: one son. KENNEDY, Mrs. John, 84, 57 Curtis avenue, Newark, Mar. 10, Blessed Sacrament church. Surviv ors: three sons and three grand children. TAM. Edward, 70, Reynoldsburg, Mar. 13. Christ the King church. Survivors: his wife, l^ena one sis ter and a nephew. WINEGARDNER. John, 81, Swi gert street, New Lexington, Mar. 14, St. Rose church. Survivors: his wife, Dora two sons and three daughters. BRAMMER, Mrs. Bertha, 57, Ironton. Mar. 12. St. Joseph church. LUTZ. Mrs. Ida, 72. 526 N. High street. Lancaster, Mar. 13. St. Mary church. Survivors: two brothers and one sister. MALONEY. Mrs. Mary 75. 214 E. Oakland avenue. Columbus, Mar. 13, Holy Name church. Survivors: four sons, two daughters, and three sisters. MANSFIELD. James. 62. Frazeys burg road. Zanesville, Mar. 13, St. Nicholas church. MCCARTHY, Michael, 80, 1704 Rryden road, Columbus. Mar. 14. Holy Rosary church. Survivors: four sons and a brother. BROWN, Mrs. Kathryn, 2675 York road, Dblumbus, Mar. 14. St. Agatha church. Survivors: her hus band. Edmund a daughter and three sisters. BF.CHTOL, John. 82. 1106 Gam bier avenue. Mt. Vernon. Mar. 14 St. Vincent de Paul church Surviv ors his wile. Mary one son and one grandson. LEDDY, James, 80. 787 Mohawk street, Columbus. Mar. 14. St. Mary church. Survivors his wife, Rosa lie seven daughters, three sons and three sisters. DIEWALD. Peter, 65. 701 Gilbert street. Columbus. Mar. 15. St. John the Evangelist church. Survivors: two daughters, two sons, two brothers and one sister. MONTAG, Miss Marie, 121 W. Starr avenue, Columbus, Mar. 18. Sacred Heart church. Survivors: her mother, Helen one sister and two brothers. KING, Mrs. Olive, R4. Danville, Mar. 15, St. Luke church. Surviv ors: two daughters and one son. COST. Joseph, R6, New I^exing ton. Mar. 18. St. Rose church sur vivors: two daughters, three sons, and four sisters. HOLLAND, Donald. 2339 N. High street, Columbus, Mar. 15, Holy Name church. Survivors: his wife, Helen: a daughter, son three sisters. 1 19 5 2 Colombians Deplore Attacks Upon Protestant Missioners Letter To American Ambassador Places Blame On Instilling Propaganda: Asks It Be Stopped By Jose Lopez BOGOTA (N.C.) Some 250 prominent Colombian citizens have told the United States Am bassador here that they deplore incidents of violence against Amer ican Protestant missionaries. At the same time they expressed their regret that many U.S. Prot estant missionaries insist on con tinuing an "insulting” propaganda which is causing popular indigna tion and seriously threatening the friendship of the Colombian people for the United States. These views were expressed in a letter w ritten to Ambassador Capus M. Waynick and signed by professional men, teachers, indus trialists, businessmen, students and workers. The letter expressed the hope that this “insulting" type of prose lytism will stop. Otherwise, the signers said, the acts of indignation by the more primitive people will probably continue despite all con demnations of violence by both the Church and the civil authorities. The letter was made known here only a week after The Evangelical Confederation of Colombia, a Prot estant group, released what it de scribed as a list of 23 cases of re ligious persecution of Protestants since last December. The alleged incidents included the "fatal shoot ing" of a Seventh Day Adventist and the “beating” of a Protestant pastor by a "mounted policeman.” About 10,500.000 of Colombia's 11.225,000 people are Catholic. Catholicism is recognized as the religion of the nation. But all re ligions are guaranteed freedom of worship by the constitution. The text of the letter follows: "We, the undersigned, Colom bian citizens, true friends and ad mirers of the great people of the United States, realizing the re sponsibilities which this hour puts upon all men of good will for order and the defense of Christian civili zation. address ourselves to Your Excellency to express our regret over the incidents which have hap pened in our country and which have brought harm to some U.S. citizens belonging to some sects and Protestant associations seeking to establish and propagate then beliefs here. "As Colombians and as Catho lics we respect freedom of con science and of worship, as our law prescribes and our present inter national treaties stipulate. But at the same time we wish to express to Your Excellency that the public propaganda which some U.S. de nominations are carrying on— sects to which Colombia generous ly extended its hospitality is aim ed at destroying and fighting the Catholic Faith which the ovei whelming majority of the Colombi ans profess. It is a Faith inherited from our forefathers as lhe great est, most precious trust and has been a blessed contribution to the priceless progress and culture ol this land. "This propaganda is often carried on in insulting and audacious ways, unworthy of true Protestants and humiliating to us because it de picts us as a mission country. “This proselytism is aimed al most exclusively at poor, ignorant, simple people who cannot defend their general beliefs, it is just this type propaganda which provokes the popular reaction that has cans ed some victims among the propa gandists. It also creates a feeling of hostility against the United States at a time when unity and harmonious relations among the American nations are so urgent in the face of a common enemy who daily grows more menacing. “We do not imply that Your Ex cellency is condoning this propa ganda. much less that Your Excel lency is conniving with these sects. We do not believe either that Your Excellency is called upon because of your post to remove the cause of what we consider a great evil. We want only to speak to Your Excellency as the representative ot the people of the United States to express vigorously and publicly that we earnestly desire a cordial friendship and good relations with Neus Editor and I.APKE. Mrs. Anna. 76, Rt. 1, Pataskala. Mar. 15, Christ the King church. Survivors: two sons, four daughters and a sister. McBRLDE, William, 49. 1233 In dianola avenue, Columbus. Mar. 15. Sacred Heart church. Survivors: his wife. Catherine three brothers and three sisters. McCONNELL. Richard. R4. Rt 3, New Lexington. Mar. 16, St. Rose church. Survivors: two brothers and two sisters. -------------o------------------ Diocese-’ ^Hines (.hanged WASHINGTON (NO—Chan ges in the names of two dioceses in the United States were an nounced here today b\ His Excel lency Archbishop Amleto Giovan ni Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate to the United States. The name of the Diocese of Baker City has been changed to the Diocese of Baker. The name of the Diocese of Salt Lake has been changed to the Diocese of Salt Lake City. vk 1 Mist Patricia Caulfield, above, a graduate of St. Mary's High School, Marion, and of the Col lege of Mt. St. Joseph, Cincin nati, has been named newt edi tor of the Messenger, Covington (Ky.) diocesan newspaper. The former editor of the Seton Jour nal, publication of Mt. St. Jo seph College, Miss Caulfield won first prize in a short-story contest conducted by the Catho lic Press Association and has contributed numerous articles to various Catholic publications. that great nation, and that we are willing to cooperate with the Unit ed States to the extent (hat we already are contributing our own Colombian soldiers in Korea in de fense of the loftiest ideals common to both countries. “We also want (he individual rights of the United States citizens in our country, as well as of all foreigners, to be fully recognized as stated in our international treat ies. But at the same time we ask. we demand, that they stop a prose lytism which is offensive to our deepest sentiments and is directed against the unity and the stability of our fatherland.” it’5 unbelievable Embassy Established VATICAN CITY. (Radio. NCI Diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the Republic of Aus tria have been raised to the high est possible level. The Austrian legation to the Holy See has be come an embassy. The Apostolic Internunciature in Vienna is now a Nunciature THE BURKLEY & SON co. INSURANCE and BONDS SINCE 1897 Always At Your Service 145 N. High AD. 3288 TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 1115 —Yes, and you II be pleased with delight fully new modern rooms and baths suitei handsomely furnished with ante bellum an tiques luxurious hospitality. Superb meals, every metropolitan convert "Grand Ole Opry”—we're ite Fiank M. (Pete) Woods, rvations. ience. Come right nearb Manager, fc MAXWELL HOUSE NASHVILLE TENN Paving for Hell or for Heaven? Istanbul uscu to be (tailed Constantinople, the city of Constanime, the Emperor who founded it in the year 33b. Situated in modern turkey, it has a glerious history, but some of the things connected with it are not so glorious. So, a few months ago, we founded a little work there for the protection of wayward girls. We know that your Christian heart will be touched by our appeal to aid this all important work. If you have a daughter, you know the importance of this patient care wc must give to these children. We ask only $10 for a whole month. Our bisters will do the rest. Won't you help us? DU RING LENT, ASK FOR OUR LENTEN FILM “THE HOLY LAND.” THE $G RENTAL HELPS REFUGEES OF THE HOLY LAND. WRITE FOR OUR CIRCULAR. CHATANA When we were among our mis sionaries, helping them with their poor and afflicted, we visited Cha tana very often. Archbishop Assat of Jordan has been begging us tor $300 to finish the little Chapel there. Can you help him to do so? A STRINGLESS GU AS STRINGS OF LOY E! ANT AD Maameltain is a poor village along the coast of the Mediterra nean in Lebanon. Its poor people have worked with their own hands to dig the foundations and prepare lor the little chapel there. Can you give $500 and thus answer God's Want Ad for His House there? THE NEARER WE COME TO EASTI the more we think ot kind nesses we can do for friends. Have you thought of sending our EASTER GIFT CARD to a friend or loved one? It is not too late to tell them you have had Mass offered by a grateful Missionary or that you have given a sacred article to a humble chapel. Write for the GIFT CARD CIRCULAR and for HOW CAN I HELP? GIFTS TO MARY On the feast of Our Lady's Annuncia tion. March 25, you will want to make gifts In her honor. Please do not forget her SHRINE CHAPEL OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA. A ten dollar gift will help us to build it for the Sisters of the Destitute in Alwaye, India. Then there are those doflar-a-month Clubs, which you may wish to join. This month ORPHANS BREAD goes to the .Pious Mothers in Eritrea MARY'S BANK to the Carmelite Sisters in India the BAS1L1ANS to the Christian Brothers in Cheren MONICA GUILD to Father Sarg hese at Batteri the DAMIEN LEPER FUND to those outcasts at Green Gar dens, Shertallay. Please do help. NEEDIEST AT EASTER. AS AT CHRISTMAS: We know you will he mindful of our poor Cloistered Sisters and a 11 the Sisters of the Holy Land, as well as their homeless poor. A precious food package costs $10. \DOKN GOWS HOI SE GETHSt MANE: Jesus knelt to beg that the bitter chalice might pass from him. You can give a lovely chalice to a Near East chapel for SID. WEARY WAY: For $?5 the Sta tions of the Cross can be given to a Mission Chapel. “SIMON OF CYRENE”: You the Cross after Our Lord. Can y Warca. Lebanon, who has three This will cost $300 and you can can be your Simon of Cyrene. His EVER BURNING: The Sanctuary Lamp, always burning before God and His poor, can he given to a Near East chapci for $15. “NEVER GOES?’’: The Bell summons others to church, but does not go itself. Not so the sanc tuary bell, costing $5. iTlear £ast OlissionsA Francis Cardinal Spallman, Rrosidont Msgr. Thomas J. McMahon, Natl Joc'ty Very Rev. Andrew Rogosh Msjr Joseph F. Connolly Rev. Wm. Kailer Dunn Send ell communications to: Catholic Tlear East Welfare Awociation 4«0 Lexington Ave. ot 44th St Now York 17, N Y.