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------Library Notes-----
Our Lady Of Guadalupe
Is Subject Of New Book
Eliot Ethyl. Roses for Mexico.
New York, Macmillan, 1947. $1.75.
An inspiring account of the vi
sion of Our Lady of Guadalupe,
this book is written with feeling
and simple charm and reverence.
Though at times the Indian’s lan
guage seems too erudite for a hum
ble peasant, there is conviction in
brt|ani
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FURNACES
Library Science
From the Department of
College of St. Mary of the Springs
The Children’s Golden Treasure
Book. London,
(Agents in this
Company.)
Odhams Press,
country The Wise
of representative
A collection
works of many famous writers, the
book is rightly titled a golden
treasure. Older children too, will
easily be engrossed with the tale
of the Three Pheasants. Modern
legends as well as old comprise
this delightful assembly of charm
ing, humorous and meaningful
stories. Recommended.
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thia retelling of the centuries-old
appearance of the Blessed Mother
to an unassuming Mayan. The
opposition he met in expounding
the Virgin’s wish for a temple in
her honor at the place where ahe
appeared, soon crumpled when a
miraculous painting was display
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How end Why Discoveries dis
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unexplored world. Some of the
topics are: minerals important to
man conservation of wild life
water birds magnetic and electri
cal energy. The pertinent diagrams
and illustrations sustain interest
aroused by the text. A “must"
book for inquisitive minded peo
ple.
For Young Adults:
Allen, Merritt P. The Silver
Wolf. New York, Longman Green
and Co. 1951. $2.50.
Good historical adventure stories
are always in demand. This one,
of the pre-Civil War days on the
Santa Fe Trail, finds Captain Bent
and his wagon freight-train travel
ing the perilous route between
Missouri and Santa Fe in the early
nineteenth century. Its greatest
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is its fine characterization of Kit
Carson as a boy. While the
between fact and fiction is
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German Rural
Youth Movement
Has Fast Growth
MUENSTER, Westphalia- (NO—
A Catholic rural youth movement
is spreading throughout western
Germany, It recently held a con
greas here which was attended by
some 8,000 young men and women.
line
not
will
Coffin, Charles Carleton
Boys of ’76.
and Dunlap.
The
New York, Grosset
Here is history as it should be
written for pupils—throbbing with
action color and the excitement
of battle. This is the thrilling
story of the American Revolution
ary period and the account of some
young men who fought from the
battles of Lexington and Concord
to the surrender at Yorktown six
years later. ___________
Archbishop Aloisus J. Muench,
Pspal Nuncio to Germany, address
ed the meeting and suggested
“Plow and Cross” as motto for the
movement. Speaking about the ru
ral situation in the United States,
the Archbishop said that “factory
farming" has not been a success
there. American farmers, he added,
still prefer the family type farm
which is “the backbone of a healthy
middle-class and at the same time a
safeguard for the well-being of
any nation
Much more can be contributed
toward improving our present eco
nomic system, the Archbishop said,
if family farming is coupled with
social justice and charity, than by
any legislative measures of govern
ments. The social encyclicals of the
Popes for this very reason have re
peatedly urged that everything be
done to encourage small and mid
dle-sized farms.
German dioceses of Muenster,
Paderborn and Osnabrueck have es
tablished local seminars of social
action directly responsible to their
Bishops, for the training of social
action workers, both men and
women. The faculties consist of ex
perts in the fields of law. education
and social economics. A course con
sists of six semesters. Classes are
held on evenings or Sundays. In
Muenster diocese 468 students, rep
resenting all walks of life, artisans,
teachers, businessmen and work
ers. attended the first semester.
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Catholic Library Members
Receive Masters Decrees
Two members of the Columbus
unit of the Catholic Library As
sociation recently received their
masters degrees in Library Sci
ence.
They are: Miss Anne Sullivan.
272 Dunedin road, Columbus, and
Miss Rosemary Mackinaw. Miss Sul
livan graduated from Marywood
College, Scranton, Pa. while Miss
Mackinaw graduated from Western
Reserve university, Cleveland.
o------------------ident
Famed Abbott Killed
PARIS (NC) Dom Placide
de Roton. Abbot of the celebrated
Abbey de la Pierre-qui-vire (Ab
bey of the Turning Stone), has
been killed in an automobile acci
dent.
SLittle-Kn
By J. MURRAY
Ms
Sacred,
Congregation of Piter
has aiasioHAted tke
■AUCMANoEL GABRIEL*
Af paitvH of telephonists
and feLeotajoh/sts-
THE DOUBLE CURVATURE
or the spine was riaar
DEMONSTRATED THE
The first class of boys to com
plete its entire high school educa
tion at St. Aloysius Academy, New
Lexington, was graduated Thurs
day, June 5.
Diplomas were presented to 24
boys at a graduation Mass celebrat
ed by the Rev. Herman Crock,
chaplain. The sermon was deliver
ed by the Rev. Richard Dodd, as
csistant at St. John the Evangelist
Church, Columbus, and director of
grade school athletics.
BUT
TRANGE BUT TRU
own Fact* for Catholics
Cock parishioner ulas assessed,
45 and. six loads oT storu to buiLct
ST Fidelis chuhch, Victoria,
KAHSAS,—■Jke CathubaL
gv A Pf*he Ptams''.
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1052
At Indochina's Boystown
Captain Fauchois of tha French Army brings a Vietnamese or
phan boy, whom he rescued in a combat zone, to the "City of Christ
the King," the Boystown of Hanoi, Indochina. Bearded priest is
Father Alphonse Vacher, assistant to Father Paul Seitz, Paris
missionary who is founder and director of the homo. (NC Photos)
24 Boys Graduate
At St. Aloysius
The Rev. Charles Jones, New
Lexington, and the Rev. Arthur Di.
mond, Columbus, also attended the
ceremonies.
o------------------ity.
Registration Open
Sister M. Angelita, O.P., Pres
of the College of St. Mary of
the Springs, has announced that
summer classes which begin July 10
are now open for registration to
the general public.
Classes will be given in 21 sub
jects and are scheduled for morn
ing hours only. Classes will close
Aug. 14.
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Drinking, Dress,
-Major Occasions
Of Youth’s Sin
CHICAGO—(NC)—Immodesty in
women’s dress and teen-age drink
ing are two major occasions of sin
for young people today.
This was the consensus of dele
gates attending the second annual
Fighting 69th convention sponsor
ed by CISCA (Chicago Inter-Stu
dent Committee for Catholic Ac
tion) here.
The Rev. Hugh Calkins, O.S.M.,
told the convention the remedy for
teen age drinking, for some, is to
tal abstinence. But for the major
he declared, it is a question of
teaching them "how to drink intel
ligently through training at the
church, in the school and espec
ially at home."
In this way, the author and
youth worker said, young people,
can gradually work out a personal
solution which fits them individ
ually.
CISCA is a federation of all Cath
olic high schools and colleges in
the Chicago area
•o---
Plans Study Week
LAKE FOREST. Hl. (NC)
Young working girls from over 20
cities throughout tie United States
will gather at Barat College here
June 29 through July 4 for the
Young Christian Workers’ annual
study Week.
24’A.
Mexicans Ask
For Freedom
Of Education
MEXICO CITY (NC) Presi
dent Miguel Aleman has been ask
ed to call special sessions of Con
gress before his term expires in
December ‘so that freedom of edu
cation may be decreed’ ’in Mexico.
In a petition, submitted to the
president, the National Parents’
Union declared that all Mexicans
stand for freedom of education,"
as opposed to the state monoply in
education which now prevails.
Namsil
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Principal objective of the Par
ents’ Union, the petition indicated,
was repeal or modification of Ar
ticle 3 of the original Constitu
tion of 1917, which forbids the es
tablishment of religious or private
schools An amendment pushed
through by the leftists in 1934
further provides that the educa
tion to be imparted by the state
must be socialistic and that school
courses create “in young people a
rational and exact concept of the
universe and social life
Private Schools Illegal
(Although Article 3 forbids pri
vate or religious schools, institu
tions of this type have continued
to exist in Mexico for a number
of years, but only on a recognized
ly unconstitutional and “illegal”
basis.
The Parents’ Union contended
that “it is impossible to enforce
Article 3 in its present form, and
should its strict enforcement be
exacted, such action could at once
bring serious social upset.” It
added that Article 3 is in open
contridiction to the spirit and let
ter of the Constitution
specifically of clauses
ing personal rights.”
William F. Buckley made this
statement in his Commencement
address at St. Josephs College
here. A Yale gradute of 1950. he
recently evoked w-idespresd contro
versy by his book. "God and Man
at Yale
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Another reason for
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has subscribed as a
the United Nations,"
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.Marks Anniversary In Jail
MARYKNOLL, N. Y.—The Rev
John J. Toomey, 62 year-old Mary
knoll missioner from New Bedford
Mass., observed the thirtieth anni
versary of his ordination this week,
while in a Communist jail some
where in South China. Except for
brief furloughs, Father Toomey has
been in China since his ordination.
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Eli \lumnii* Raps Conant’s
Views On Private Schools
RENSSELAER Ind.—(NC) If
James B. Conant, president of Har
vard University, "is right, the cere
mony we are participating in to
day ought to he underground.”
Time
The Saint Of The Week
St. Aloysius, patron of Catholic
youth, was born in a castle in 1568
Although he was exposed to court
life at Tuscany, Mantua and Spain,
he came through the experience as
virtuous as a novice. He became a
Jesuit, hut died before his ordina
tion His virtue has always made
him a natural for young men and
women. Pray to him when you feel
that the going is a bit rough. Court
life at his time was no sodality
picnic, so he will know what you
are going through.
For Free
The only thing you can get for
nothing is trouble.
Bless Me, Father
During vacation be sure that you
don't neglect the Sacraments There
are few persons who actually
would make up their minds that
they wouldn't receive Holy Com
munion until after Labor Day, for
that just isn’t the way moat peo
ple go about things of importance
but one can get so involved in
a dozen things that there isn’t any
time left for Confession. Well
don't be like that. Keep part of
your Saturday free so you will
have time to take care of the most
important help you can
earth.
remarks
each day
that day
The thorough way the
of politicians are covered
makes one impatient for
in November when he will be able
I to cover moat of the politicians.
Summer Clothes
of Human
government
member of
If you believe the papers you
will get the idea that you ought to
have a lot of summer clothes on
hand. Be that as it may, there is
one thought you should have on the
subject and that is that the clothes
you will wear will actually be
clothes. For the past few years
there has been a lot of talk about
who started the trend to shed
threads during the hot weather.
The boys are sure the girls led the
oarade. arxl the girls say that they
followed the lead of the boys. For
all practical purposes it does not
matter right now who started
moulting, the problem is don’t go
to extremes. We still dictate fash
ions and as Catholics we should al.
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You can never become what you
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Off Your Hands
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ter to do than sit on their hands
that is hard on the hands and tenda
to droop the shoulders. Let’s do
something about keeping busy thia
vacation. Some of you have told me
about the jobs you have others say
that their parents will not let them
work. You can keep busy just th*
same. I know of a chap who help,
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bigoted man was charmed into tak.
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