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W. “I am enclos ing a check for $500 for the Holy Father’s Mis sions in lieu of a new fur coat” The Holy Father's Missions is the Society for the Propaga tion of the Faith which is HIS OWN SOCIETY for aiding the 100.000 missionaries throughout the world in 614 different areas GOD LOVE YOU to A.F.DiP. “I work for Dugan’s Bakery and I won the contest for selling the most pies. The $5 prize goes to the Holy Father’s Missions.” We hope Dugan gives him a raise Would you like a tiny ten page booklet on how to accept trials and sickness? It is abso lutely free. Just ask for it un der the title “About Crosses.” Our Lady was the first mis sionary for she brought Our Lord into Egypt. What luxury will you do without to continue bringing her Son to the world? GOD LOVE YOU to J.D. for $5 earned for the Holy Father’s Missions by sweeping the floor of a barber shop Many Sis ters in China when arrested by the Communists beg to be kept in jail, but not to leave China! Are not such good women wor thy of your help in the Holy Father’s name? “Where did you get that beautiful rosary” is now a popular question in many churches as people see the World Mission Rosary. Upon re quest and an offering of $2 to ly Deserves Your Fam th. aeearitr at ateadilr .rawing B.*inga Areaant with ri'»4 aefaty ot 44 run. Start Having. Aeoaant naw. TUtPA&ftSADcO 60 E. Brood St. AD. 5810 AD. 6342 MACHINERY Woodworking Metal Working Sheet Metal Working Contractors’ Homecraft Machinery Equipment Full line of Motors CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 2!6% KM)------ Walter Zubei Vice Pres The firms luted Phone 311 27 N. Union Chevrolet to be remembered when you are pationage U distributing your the different lines ot business Robinson-Hanrahan f-unerai Directors Cor Winter & Franklin, Delaware The Peoples Store* Delaware OK USED CARB AND TRUCKS Cadillac KEEFER CHEVROLET, INC. 199 S. Sandusky St. Delaware, O, God Love You--------------- Holy Father's Own Society Aids 100,000 Missionaries J. Sheen the Holy Father's Missions, you will be sent one blessed by me. Egotism is unawareness of oth er people. It is only the selfish who are unconscious of the needs of the missions GOD LOVE YOU to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. who gave up cigarettes dur ing Lent to send $10 to the Holy Father’s Missions and now hope to make it a monthly sacrifice A missionary expelled from China after spending many months in prison was asked if he was ill treated. His answer was, “Not a bit. All the good peo ple are in jail.” Interested in an annuity plan which will pay you high interest rates while you live, and pay you eternal merit after your death by giv ing the principal to the Holy Father’s Missions? Write for de tails to address below. woman recently died who the "God lxve You" col for a year but in her selfish never made any sacrifice read umn life for the Holy Father’s Missions. She raised such a disturbance in the lower regions, an angel in vestigated. She said: "I did good on earth. I once gave an onion to a beggar.” The angel looked up the books and found she was right. The angel said: "I will let down the onion from heaven and you can pull yourself up.” She started going up. Other souls seeing her leave, clung to the onion too and she pushed them away, saying, “Let go! I^et go! It’s my onion.” With that she slipped back where her selfish ness had brought her. Moral: Cut out this column, send no on ions but pin your sacrifice to it and send to the MOST REVER END FULTON J. SHEEN, Na tional Director of The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 109 E. 38th Street, New York 16, New York, or your Diocesan Director, Reverend James Kulp, 246 E. Town Street, Columbus, Ohio. 0------------------- 10 One-Week Camp Sessions On Tap For Local Campers Preparations are going along at a rapid pace for the June 15 open ing of the two Columbus Diocesan camps St. Rita’s Camp at Grove port .and St. Joseph’s camp, at Lockbourne. Ten one week periods are on the schedule at both camps. Campers who expect to spend their summer vacation at camp either for one week periods or more—should send letters or ap plications to the Rev. Director, 134 W. Mound street, Circleville, O. A full camping schedule includes hikes, boating, swimming, fish ing, athletics, movies, and other camp activities designed to help develop character—as well as to provide an enjoyable period. Marion Girl “Capped” At Mt. St. Joseph College MARION Vivian McDonough, daughter of Mrs. C. J. McDonough, 306 Silver street, and the late Mr. McDonough, was one of a class of 25 student nurses who received their caps recently at Mt. St. Jos eph College tn Mt. St. Joseph, Ohio. She was graduated from St. Mary high school in 1951. Each Account Insured Up To $10,000 NORTH HIGH SAVING A LOAN CO. 12»« N High ot Fifth 4**. UN. 3734 UN. 14)2 Richard K Riley. Praa. Huh B. Daria. Bea ROC String that make* ruga they were when new REPAIRING MERGING BINDING LAYING here deserve SEWING GUARANTEED MOTHPROOFING RAINS 506 Cline St. GA 8395 COLUMBUS. OHIO THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 19 5 2 Says Church Harmed Planning A Double Harvest f* Momignor Luigi G. Ligutti, Executive Director of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference and Vatican Observer for the FAO program of the United Nations, is shown counseling Miss Josephine Drabek and Miss Angela Miller of Grailville, Loveland, Ohio, to "plant the seed" spiritually and literally in mission countries. He spoke to the students of Grailville, unique lay apostolic center which trains young women for service in America and in mission fields. (NC Photos) Two Catholic Editors Interpret Spanish Church-State Position Accuse Spanish Paper of Mis-Stating Papal Encyclicals On Religious Tolerance (N.C.W.C. NEWS SERVICE) The Spanish view of Church State relations is not the only one compatible with Catholic doctrine. To assert that it is would be un fair to American Catholics, leav ing them open to charges of pocrisy in their advocacy of iigious freedom for all. The Rev. Robert C. Hartnett, S.J., editor of America, one of the two publications Ecclesia named, said that “just as Spanish religious journals vindicate the particular applications of Catholic teaching on church-state relations judged best for Spain, so American Cath olic journals vindicate the applica tion judged best for the United States “It so happens that Spanish pro nouncements have caused non Catholics here to he extremely bus picious of the long range political aims of the Church in the United States," Father Hartnett continued. "These suspicions cause great harm to the Church in America. We believe that our brethren in Spain should know this because we believe it is one of the circum stances to be taken into considera tion in reaching decisions in Spain We feel they are entitled to know on what grounds we defend the principle of religious liberty not as s matter of mere expediency but as compatible with the teaching of the Church. “That is why we suggested that ‘one can argue that in the situa lion of the world at large, religious To Aid Migrants Rev. Matthew H. Kelly (above) of Pomona, Calif., who has been assigned to the Regional Office of the Bishops' Committee for the Spanish Speaking, Austin, Texas, and will assume the post of executive secretary on Juno 1. (NC Photos) A Complete Line of Religious Articles The Catholic Church Goods M. E. QUINN 182 E STATE STREET COLUMBUS, OHIO J. J. OUINN AnAMS 4716 liberty in Spain is an ethical im perative’. Ecclesia seems to be de nying that this proposition is even arguable. We believe it seems to be the chief difference between us.” "On the doctrinal hy re- two This is the gist of replies by U.S. Catholic editors to a statement by Ecclesia, official organ of Span ish Catholic Action, that their pub lications committed "real doctrin al errors against the Pontifical En cyclicals” in commenting on a pas toral letter of His Eminence Pedro Cardinal Segura y Saenz, Arch bishop of Seville. His letter oppos ed moves to liberalize civil restric tions against Spanish Protestants. is. That point of question, ’America’ and its readers have no reason to feel any disquiet,” Fa ther Harnett declared. “The gen eral position we have taken published, with ecclesiastical proval, in our booklet ‘Federal to Education’, early in 1950. long article on ‘Toleration’ by the German theologian. Dr. J. Pohle, in the Catholic Encyclopedia (1912) supports our view. He even then applied it to Spain. "Statements by eminent Ameri can Catholic prelates also uphold the compatibility of religious free dom with Catholic teaching. So does the fact that in Eire, a Cath olic country, this view was put in practice without any serious theo logical issues being raised.” COSHOCTON Thomas Mc Nicholas, a member of Sacred Heart parish, here, was named president of the Northern Deanery of Catholic Youth when the annual Deanery conference held here recently. Many Request New Booklet For Inductees 'Greetings!' Offers Advice To Prospective Rookies About The Service Life WASHINGTON, May 16 (NC) The Washington office of the Na tional Catholic Community Service is being swamped with requests for “Greetings!”, the Rev, Thomas J. O’Donnell’s booklet of practical advice for young men about to en ter military service. Since the first announcement of its publication in the NCW’C News Service a few weeks ago, individu als from 31 States and hundreds of cities have written in asking for the book. This does not include the requests for more than 30,000 copies of "Greetings!” sent in by pastors, chaplains, schools, and or ganizations. was ap Aid The The Rev Raymond T. Bosler, editor of the Indiana Catholic and Record, Indianapolis archdiocesan newspaper also named by Ecclesia, said “we deny that the Spanish notion represents the only accept able version of the Catholic doc trine on Church State relations.” o------------------ Tom McNichols Named To CYO Presidency fifth was pres- Fifty CYO members were ent for the conference and heard the Rev. Norman Stuber, O.F.M. Cap., of St. Joseph Church, Dover, as the featured guest speaker. His theme: "The Blessed Virgin Mary." Three sessions were held dur ing the afternoon. The theme of the conference was "Youth Aposto late versus Communism" with a sub title “Mary, be our Guide The conference closed with the group attending May Crowning de votions at Sacred Heart church. Besides McNichols. other officers elected included Mary Allman, Co shocton, treasurer, and five presidents. vice- were Joan The vice-presidents named Margaret Mohr, Newark: Stokes, Newark: Pauline March) one, New Philadelphia: Mary Ixu Rordenkirker, Coshocton, and Earl Collopy, Danville. The secretary and committee chairmen will be selected at the June meeting of the group. Scouting Awards To Dennison Cubs DENNISON The anniversary pack meeting of St. Mary’s school cub scouts was held in the church hall recently. Cubmaster W. H. Simpson was in charge. Gold serv ice stars were presented to those cubs and leaders who had com pleted one year of Cubbing. Cub advancement awards were presented to Raymond Ross, An thony, Petracca, Michael Polilli, and Jerry Reed. Gold service stars were awarded to Ijirry Vnat. Jerry Reed, Stanley Cush, Larry Work, David Roby, Mi chael Polilli. Joe Franz. Joe Massa, Raymond Ross. Rudolph Stringer, Den Chiefs Ned Hissong and Charles Long, Den Mothers Mrs. John Roby and Mrs Corinda Polil li, Cubmaster W. Simpson, and assistant cubmaster Duane Yant. Entertainment was provided by cubs Edward Dotto and James Berni. The new pack flag was displayed for the first time. Plans for summer cubbing were made. -------------------0------------------- 33 Make First Communion DOVER Thirty-three second grade pupils from St. Joseph's par ish received their first Holy Com munions last Sunday with the Rev. David Dressman celebrant of the Mass. The individual requests come from mothers, fathers, girl-friends, uncles, grandmothers, and great aunts as well as from the boys themselves. Other requests came from American chaplains stationed in all parts of the world and from the Roman Catholic Chaplain Gen eral of the Australian Armed Forc es. A sense of urgency is reflected in the letters from parents and from the youths. Typical is the re quest, "Please send your book at once, as I enter the Navy next week” or a letter from the widow who asks for two copies, “one for my boy in Korea and one for his younger brother, who is waiting for his call” or the phone call from the mother who says," My boy is a good boy and we think Father O’Donnel’s advice will help to keep him that wav.” Most heartwarming of all to the author and to the committee re sponsible for the publication of the book are the letters from those who have already received their re quested copies. Their response is summed up in the final paragraph of a note of thanks from a lad named Joe, who lives in the Bronx: *‘It/s a good, encouraging little book. You would be surprised how it has cleared up a lot of my prob lems and has given me a new atti tude toward the service. Thanks a million.” Numerous orders for “Guide to Greetings!” have also been receiv ed in Washington and w ill be fill ed within the next few weeks, as soon as the manuscript, now near ing completion, is published. -------------------o------------------- Central Deanery Catholic Youth In Annual Meet The conference will open with registration at 9 30 am. and will be followed by a 10:30 session which will take in officers' and chairmen's reports. The Rev. Hugh Murphy, of the faculty of St. Charles Seminary, will address the group at the 11:15 a m. session. Afternoon meetings will follow the subjects of organization, which will include detailed explanation of the formation and operation of the entire CY group. A session on "marriage" will be included in the afternoon program. The final session will be arrang ed by the CYO Playmakers. The conference will close with a Holy Hour at 3:45 p. m. President Daniel Grassbaugh has appointed Irene Breckler as gen eral chairman for the conference. All youth of CYO age are invited to attend this conference, non members as well as members. :OLUMBU SAVINGS AND LOAN 48 W. GAY ST a soft drink made from real oranges Field Mass In Parish Cemetery Memorial Day WEST JEFFERSON Special Me morial Day services honoring the war-dead as well as all deceased members of the parish will be highlighted by a field Mass which will be offered by the Rev. James Cleary, O L, in the Sts. Simon and Jude parish cemetery at 9 o’clock. On the same day. at 11 a. m., the Rev. Raymond S. Danehy, O.M.I., pastor, will offer Mass at Sts. Simon and Jude church, which will be at tended by all local Legion members in a body. The Legion’s Women’s Auxiliary will also be present. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. James Garrity, O.M.I., of Gary, Indiana, who is temporary chaplain at the Columbus State hospital and Columbus State school. The following units are making plans to attend the field Mass and the 11 o’clock Mass: Cominandery 98. Knights of St. John, St. Paul’s society, Catholic Order of Forest ers, Corpus Christi Holy Name So ciety, Troop 8 of the Boy Scouts and the St. Xavier society. St. famed Glee club will sing hymns at both Masses. An American Legion program that begins at 1 p. m. in the town cemetery will have Father Danehy as featured speaker. Mother’s Day was the date for the annual First Communion for the The annual conference of Catholic Youth council of the Cen tral Deanery of the Diocese of Co lumbus will be held Sunday, May 25, at St. Joseph’s Academy, Co lumbus. PURE BODY Mary wrapped the Sacred Body of Jesua In swaddling clothes at Bethlehem. Joseph of Arimathea gave Him a shroud of whitest linen on Calvary. Can you give $75 for a set of altar linens for the Eucharistic Body of Jesus on the altar of the new Shrine Chapel of Our Lady of Fatima, which we are now building for the Sisters of the Destitute at Alwaye, India? children of Sts. Simon and Jude parish. The following children made their First Communion: Sallee Drapp, Karl Drapp, Rebecca Higgins, Connie Ryan and Patricia Killeen. At the conclusion of the Mass, the congregation filed out to the newly erected outdoor Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima. Following the crowning of the Blessed Virgin's Statue by Brenda Loui Tinkler, a sermon on our Lady of Fatima was delivered by Father Cleary. Jane Richards has been appoint ed chairman for the June social evening. BROSMER’S Summit St near Hudson Our Homw-made Chocolate. are the best. Bur them in built or Backed for trifts Try our Home-made ice Cream too, you’ll like it ADams 5957 C. J. LANG COMPANY General Contractors 551 South Fifth St. COLUMBUS OHIO TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 1115 AWNINGS 31 Years Serving Columbus Yard Canopies For That Wood Swing Yard Umbrellas 9 Foot Spread FREE ESTIMATES ESTERLINE QUALITY AWNING SHOP 1340 N. High St. UN. 9497 Evenings JE. 2548 HEAVEN IS FOR CHILDREN! a W Yes, heaven is for children: “Unless you become as a little child, yon shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven!” You reap an eternal childhood, when you help our Sisters to guard our orphana and make little heavens of the homes we five the homeless. Here is an appeal from Slater Mary of the BaMlian Sisters in Lebanon about the little ones in this picture: “These lovely little children are without father or mother. We gathered them in and now we Sisters are father and mother, brother and sister to them. Ours is the only love they know, “But only your Providence will keep them and us from starving. Seven dollars will feed one of them for a whole month and hungry little mouths must be fed. We Sisters can and do make plenty of sacrifices. That Is the life to which we pledged ourselves. But please do ask our Near East friends to keep our blessed little charges from starving.” “BUON PIPPO": That’a what they called St. Philip Neri, feasted on May 26. Good St. Philip would stand before his church in Rome and salute the seminarians passing by: “Hail, flowers of the martyrs!” In his name, won’t you give a dollar monthly as a member of THE CHRY SOSTOMS, our Club for the education of Near East priests? Writ* for our leaflet “WHY CHRYSOSTOMS?” It costs $600 to bring forth a Near East missionary. Perhaps you can adopt one. FATHER'S DAY After a First Mass sermon, when the preacher had lauded the mother of the young priest, poor Dad just had to get In a word: "Remember, I am his father.” Do honor to your fathers, living or dead, on FA THER’S DAY, June 15. We send, at your asking, our beautiful three color GIFT CARD, telling him Mam Is being offered or a sacred article has been given to a poor chapel for hia intentions. Won’t you write in? GOD’S OWN WANT ADS***Father Joseph Hayek begs us for $500, so much needed to complete his little chapel at BEJARDFEL, Lebanon. His desperately poor people are putting it up with their own hands. Can you make it your own Shrine?***Father Hyginus, a Franciscan Father, named after one of the first popes and martyrs, sends us a touch ing plea for $600 for a chapel among his humble people at FAYUM, Egypt They are four hundred among 60.000 Moslems! Please help them have their House of God***All our Sisters in twelve mission countries are begging us for $10 for a FIRST COMMUNION OUTFIT, to adorn a little child for its happiest day. Please help us to give them this joy. “GLORY OF THE KING’S DAUGHTER” The beauty of Our Lady’s Chapels is from within. Adorn Her Son’s Bouse. “HIS GARMENTS”: When the priest stands at the Altar he is robed In the King's garments. Can you give $50 for a set? “HER FACE”: At the humblo Masses in Near East chapels, th* King’s own prieat can gate at your own picture of Mary. One costa $15. HAVE MASSES OFFERED FOR LOVED ONES ON MEMORIAL DAY Hear East (Dissions Fronct* Cardinal SpaNman, President MUgr. Thome* J. McMahon, Natl Sec'ty Very Rev. Andrew Rogoth Rev. Peter P. Tvohy Wm. Keller Dunn Sea* alt tommenleohom to-. Catholic fkar Bast Aasodadon 4*0 Lextagtee Ave. ot 44th U. New York 1?, H. Y.