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Pope Asks Women of World
To Embrace Cause Of Peace
Holy Father Declares Task of Wiping Out Hatred,
Nurtering Brotherhood Is Mission From God
By Rev. Joseph J. Sullivan
I VATICAN CITY—(NO —An ap
peal to the women of the world
to embrace the cause of peace as a
“mission from God and humanity”
was made by His Holiness Pope
I Pius XII as he addressed delegates
from 45 nations attending the 13th
International Congress of the World
Union of Catholic Women’s Organi
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Women’s work for peace today,
said the Holy Father, is “the most
extensive perhaps assigned to you
i by Providence up to the present”
and “more social and salutary”
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than anything they have done in
the past.
Theme of the women’s meeting
was “World Peace and the Respon
sibilities of Christian Womanhood.’*
If all women were to translate
their hatred of war into “concrete
action to impede war,” said the
Pope, the resulting effort could
not fail.
The Papal address came at the
close of a five-day meeting during
which Catholic women discussed
factors threatening the peaceful
stability of nations. Among those
attending were 11 U.S. delegates.
W’omen’s activity, the Pope de
clared, should be “aimed at wiping
out hatred, forging the bonds of
brotherhood between peoples, elim
inating the causes of conflict, such
as want, unemployment, obstacles
to emigration and the like.”
The Holy Father continued:
“Your cry of peace, beloved
daughters, is distinguished clearly
from that of other women whose
sincerity we are far from ques
tioning, but whose cry, unfortunate
ly, we often see desecrated to oth
ed ends, even if it is not brought
to the certainty that any invocation
of peace which is deprived of the
Christian concept of the world as
a foundation is doomed to resound
in the desert of the heart as the
cry of the shipwrecked in the
empty wastes of the ocean.”
The Pope concluded by stating
that the sentiment which leads
women to abhor war will avail
nothing and would never become
a valid contribution to peace “if
it were not transferred into a posi
tive desire to restore everywhere
a sense of fraternity sustained by
a consciousness of a higher obliga
tion of charity strengthened
by justice, of which peace is
the work ...”
Medalist
Mrs. K. Cary Clem (above), of
Los Angeles, who has been
awarded the Magnificat Medal of
Mundelein College, Chicago, at
ceremonies in the college audi
torium, April 29. The Medal hon
ors a Catholic college graduate
who is distinguished for her con
tribution to Christian social liv
ing. Mrs. Clem, mother of two
children, is chairman of the Fam-
ily Life committee of the Los
Angeles Archdiocesan Confra
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THECA TH0L1C TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 2 1852
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The following members were
present: Catherine Forquer, Mary
Harbaugh, Beatrice Clark, Mar
vein Kine, Kathryn Neff, Cleo
and Violet Sweeney, Katherine
Howerth, Katherine Donovan, Ed
ith Studer, Mary Birkhimer, and
Pauhne Kiener, a guest.
Euchre prizes went to Mrs.
Harbaugh, Miss Donovan, Mrs.
Howerth, ,and Mrs. Studer. The
next meeting will be at the home
of Mrs. Forquer of New Lexing
ton.
On Tuesday, May 6, the Rosary
Altar society and Parish Council
of Corpus Christi parish, Colum
bus, will hold its regular monthly
meeting in the school hall at 8
m. Refreshments and a social
hour will follow the business
meeting.
MARION—Mrs. Robert Ram
roth was elected president when
St. Mary PCCW met recently in
Moira hall. Also elected were:
Mrs. Alonzo Granger vice pres
ident Mrs. Frank Wilmes,
secretary Mrs. Theodore Frer
icks, treasurer and Mrs. R. W.
Beverly, auditor.
John Orlowski, a native of
Budapest, spoke on, “The Church
and Persecution.” Mrs. Edward T.
Huber, retiring president, pre
sided. A social hour was in rha’-ge
of Mrs. Harold Monnette, chair
man., Mrs. Kenneth Tobin, Mrs.
Raymond Eckenrode, Miss Viv
ian Garster and Miss Edna Dut
ton.
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Of Interest To Women
By Our Correspondents
The .altar and Rosary Society
ot Our Lady of Victory parish, Co
lumbus, will hold a Communion
Breakfast at Victory hall. Sunday,
May 4, following the eight o’clock
Mass.
Rev. Phillip Hoelle, S.M., chap
lain of Maryhurst, will speak
Foi reservations, Call KI 5480 or
KI 1415.
The Phi Kappa mothers club of
Ohio State University will hold
its final luncheon of the season
on Wednesday, May 7, at 1 p. m.
in the chapter house 98 E. 14th
avenue, Columbus.
PCCW of Our Lady of Victory
parish, Columbus, will meet Thurs
day, May 15, at 8 p. m. at Victory
hall.
NEW LEXINGTON—The L.A.
A.O. of Hibernians met recently
with Zella Elder of Moxahala.
The group made a donation to
the cancer fund.
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NEW LEXINGTON —The summer
schedule of the eastern deanery,
DCCW, will be in effect with the
deanery meeting on June 8 at St.
Nicholas parish. Zanesvillle. Other
events of the summer will be: a
board meeting on July 14th, Day
of Recollection on Aug. 10 at
Lancaster St. Mary Church, and
retreats at the Shrine of the Little
Flower on July 15-17, and July
25-27.
NEW PHILADELPHIA The
DCCW of Sacred Heart parish
entertained at a card party for
the women of the parish recently.
The business meeting preced
ing the social was in charge of
Mrs Kenneth Aken. Reports
were given by members who at
tended the Catholic Family Life
Conferences. Approx i at e 1 y
eighty women of the parish at
tended.
NEW LEXINGTON—Miss Mar
got Holden, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Holden, won a scholar
ship to the College of St. Mary of
the Springs. Columbus. She is act
ive in the CYO and is a member of
St. Rose Parish.
MARION—The Blue Cross Cir
cle, organized early this year,
has filled and forwarded to mis
sion headquarters in New York
three cartons of medical sup
plies. gauze and muslin bandages
and dressings.
Mrs. D. J. Sansotta, chairman
of religious activities, is chair
man for the work. She is assisted
by Mrs. James McGlew, Mrs.
Carl Sheehe. Mrs. Theodore Frer
icks. Mrs. R. J. Nicolosi, Mrs.
Walter Kraft, Mrs. M. J. Gass,
and Mrs. G. A. Piacentino, secre
tary-treasurer, of the organiza
tion.
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Columbus Group
At Nurses* Meet
Mrs. E. O. Ryan, president of the
Columbus Diocesan Council of
Catholic Nurses, is head of a dele
gation attending the Sixth Bien
nial Convention of the National
Council in Cleveland this week
end. Fifteen members of the di
ocesan council make up the Co
lumbus group.
Official delegates include Mrs.
Ryan. Sister Teresa, of the St.
Francis hospital School of Nurs
ing, and Mrs. Catherine Baum, of
Good Samaritan hospital School of
Nursing, Zanesville, and chairman
of the diocesan regional group of
that city.
Bishop Ready will give the prin
cipal address at today’s sessions.
He will speak on "the Nurse—Citi
zen of Two Worlds.” which is the
theme of the convention which be
gan yesterday and will conclude
Sunday at noon.
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Women’s Retreat
Center Is Opened
BELLEVUE, Ohio The Sisters
Adorers of the Precious Blood have
announced that they will conduct
a retreat center for women at
Marywood, near here, location of
the famed Shrine of Our Sorrow
ful Mother.
The Sisters, a 'cloistered order,
will call the center “Mount Pius
Retreat House” in honor of Pope
Pius X, known as the “Pope of
Retreats.”
The Sisters of the Precious
Blood, an active order, have re
linquished the Marywood house to
carry on their work of teaching.
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HNS Unit Gives Party
The Holy Name Society of St.
John Evangelist Church. Columbus,
sponsored a May Day social party
Thursday, May 1, from 8 30 to
11:30 p.m. in the school hall, with
music by McGarvey's orchestra.
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The role of women in determin
ing morality in the United States
was stressed here recently by Bish
op Vincent S. Waters in an address
before the biennial state conven
tion of the Catholic Daughters of
America.
National chaplain for the group,
Bishop Waters declared that wo
men can wield a tremendous influ
ence for good.
“God created woman to be a
helpmate,” he said, “but unfortu
nately for Adam, our first mother.
Eve, did not prove to be a proper
one. After offending God herself,
she was the one to propose that
Adam should offend his Creator
also.
“The second chapter of Genesis,”
the Bishop continued “gives the
key to the general vocation of
woman, whether she be mother or
daughter, single, married or wid
owed. whether she be in her ’teens
or sixties.”
Interpreting the Scripture pas
sage “it is not good for man to be
alone.’’ the prelate said that woman
was created to remind man of his
social nature. He declared:
“Man wishes to be independent,
but it is possible for him to be too
independent. Thus he forgets his
neighbors, neglects them, whether
man or woman, his drive for
“Man. whether he be Adam or
the last man to be born into the
world, is going to have a social
consciousness because of the cre
ation of Eve. Whether that Eve
be his own dear mother, sister,
daughter or aunt, whether she be
the devoted nun who teaches him
in school, or the secretary in his
office or the girl he asks to be his
wife, man has become conscious
principally through women that he
belongs to a social pattern.
“It is your vocation, your duty
as women to educate, to civilize,
to sanctify the present and future
generation of men and women.
What couldn’t you do. if you wish
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Christian families, Christian enter
tainment?
“If paganism ultimately pre
vails, as it threatens, you and your
sex will be the greater loser,” he
warned.
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PTA NOTES
The PTA of Corpus Christi par
ish, Columbus., will meet Sunday.
May 4. at 2 p. in the school
hall. The installation of new offi
cers will take place at this meeting.
They are: John Welch, president
Mrs. Harry French, vice-president
Mrs. John Wittenmeier, secretary
Clement Enderle, treasurer Mrs.
Ralph Kammerstein, auditor and
George Rohr, historian.
The school band, directed by I.co
Hall, will give a musical program.
Mrs. W G. Rosshirt is chairman of
the meeting. The eighth grade
mothers will entertain.
St. Augustine parish, Columbus,
PTA. will hold its last meeting of
the school year on Wednesday. May
/, at 3 p. m. in the school annex.
Mrs. Michael Dranicbak. president,
will preside.
Election of officers for the new
school term—1952-1953—will he
held at this meeting. Children from
all grades will be on the program.
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Sacred Heart Pair W cd
NEW PHILADELPHIA—Nuptial
High Mass was celebrated by Rev.
A. L. Freund on Saturday. April
19, for the marriage of Patricia
Ramsey and Robert Suttman. both
of Sacred Heart parish. They will
reside in Charleston, W Va.
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