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MASS ORDO
Liturgy Of The Week
FRIDAY, JULY 4
DAY WITHIN THE OCTAVE OF
STS. PETER AND PAUL
Red vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the preceding Sunday.
Credo. Preface of the Apostles.
SATURDAY, JULY 5
FEAST OF ST. ANTHONY
MARY ZACCARIA
White vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of the Octave of Sts. Peter
and Paul, Credo, Preface of the
Apostles.
SUNDAY, JULY 6
THE FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER
PENTECOST
Green vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the Octave Day of Sts
Peter and Paul, Credo. Preface of
the Trinity.
MONDAY, JULY 7
FEAST OF ST. ELIZABETH
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer ‘‘Defend Us”, Third
choice of the celebrant.
THURSDAY, JULY 10
FEAST OF SEVEN HOLY BROTH
ERS AND STS. RUFINA
SECUNDA
Red
prayer
choice
the
it
9
FIFTH
WEDNESDAY, JULY
WEDNESDAY AFTER THE
SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST
Mass as on Sunday. No Gloria.
Second prayer ‘‘Defend us„” Third
for the Faithful Departed, Fourth
nt the choice of the celebrant, No
Credo, Common Preface.
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FEAST OF ST. PIUS I, POPE
AND MARTYR
vestments, Gloria, Second
‘‘Defend us,” Third at the
of the celebrant, Preface
Red
Prayer
choice
of the Apostles.
SATURDAY, JULY 12
FEAST OF ST. JOHN GUALBERT
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of Sts. Nabor and Felix.
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Graduation
AND
FEASTS OF STS. CYRIL
METHODIUS
White vestments, Gloria.
TUESDAY, JULY 8
(Continued from Page 1)
lenbarger, Crooksville.
The list of those to receive di
plomas follows: Marjorie Bache,
Denison Alice Bene, 1421 Haines
avenue, Columbus: Genevieve Cast
ncr. Cambridge Cecelia Cerviano.
Bellaire Mary Catherine Dolan.
Logan Doris Durant and Barbara
Ehasz, Bellaire Sally Ford. Logan.
Elizabeth Jean and Florence Joyce
Keener, 315 East Maynard avenue.
Columbus Margie Leesburg. 243
Collins avenue Robert Moore. At
tica Mary Loretta Policclla 663
Carpenter street Rosemary Schaf
er, Bellaire, Rosa Smallridge, New
Vienna Dixie Spackey, Logan
Clifford S. Thomas. Marion, Mar
tha White. Bellaire Mary Zalip
ski, 400 East Main street Mar
garet Brown, Johnstown: Patricia
Sauers, and Madonna Kellcnbar
ger, Crooksville.
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Planning a Catholic Hour TV Program for WBNS-TV. Left to
right, Rev. Robert G. White, director Donald Poffs, Edward D. Bar
row, narrator, and Helen
McDaniel.
current
will be
The third show in the
Diocesan television series
presented next Sunday afternoon,
July 8, at 2:30 o'clock over Station
WBNS-TV, channel 10, and run for
half an hour.
Based on the theme ‘‘People Who
Make Our History Holy.” the ser
ies presents dramatic scenes from
the lives of saints, martyrs and
self-sacrificing religious.
Next Sunday's program is baser!
on the lives of two Holy Men of
South America, during the 16th
and 17th centuries. They were St.
Peter Claver, “Apostle of the
Negroes”, and Blessed Martin de
Porres, the “Wonder Worker of
Peru.”
Raptiaed .100.000
St. Peter Claver (1580-1654), born
in Spain, became a Jesuit, volun
teered for the South American mis
sion. and devoted his days to al
leviating the spiritual and bodily
miseries of the African slaves. He
baptized nearly 300.000 of them.
Blessed Martin de Porres (1569
1639) was born, lived and died at
Lima Peru. The son of a liberated
Negro slave woman, he entered the
Dominican Order as an Oblate,
humbly refused any higher state.
He performed manual labor in the
convent, distributed alms, nursed
the sick and built an orphanage
after city officials declared the
project impossible.
Local Catholic laymen and wom
en from all walks of life play the
parts, under the direction of the
Bev. Robert G. White of St. Jos
eph Cathedral, who took over the
program some three weeks ago at
the request of the Right Rev. Msgr.
Roland T. Winel. Msgr. Wind.
Chancellor to the Diocese origin
ated the Catholic television pro
grams here some three years ago.
Next Sunday’s actors will be Ed
ward Colston. 1380 Eastwood ave
Au
700
of
959
nuc Mrs. Mary Grier, 1220
thor Place Paul J. Lynch.
Kimball place Tom Johnston
Steubenville Donald Potts,
Linwood avenue Dick McIntosh.
2628 Glcnmawr avenue and Ed
ward Trenor, 508 Oakland Park,
Mr. Colston is with the city re
creation department, Mrs Grier is
a housewife. Mr Lynch is with the
Motor Vehicle License Bureau. Mi
Johnston, a graduate of Ohio Stale
University in June, is directing re
creation this siimmci at the Fiank
lin County Children's Home, Mr
Trenor is a student at St. Charles.
The narrator of the programs is
Edward D. Barrow of 1070 Mul
ford Road, an underwriter with the
Columbus Mutual Life Insurance
Company.
Last Sunday’s program featured
the life of Father Junipero Serra,
famed Superior of the Franciscan
Missions in California in the 18th
century.
Messrs. Johnston, Potts, and Mc
Intosh also appeared on last Sun
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 4,
day's program. Also in last Sun
day’s cast were Ray Wildi, 318 East
Broad Street, who works for Gen
eral Motors, and Helen McDaniel,
419 Derrer Road of the Catholic
Welfare Bureau.
17 Shona in All
The current Catholic television
senes will terminate Sunday, July
13. The programs will be resumed
Oct. 5. According to Charles Cady,
public service director of WBNS
TV. the total number of Catholic
programs which will he presented
at the end of the year will be 17.
Two main scries will have been
presented by the July 13 date, he
said, with the first running from
March 2 to 23, inclusive, the sec
ond and current series since June
1. and the third to run from Oct.
5 to Nov. 23, inclusive.
Public response has been excel
lent, Mr. Cady said. The station has
followed the policy of presenting
all faiths, with the equivalent time
being given to the Franklin Coun
ty Council of Churches and the
Jewish Congregations.
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Red Rule
(Continued from Page 1)
“They want to wipe out God.
You can’t describe the hatred of
the Communists. They’re out
against the Blessed Mother. They
hate Mary. It’s a terrifying hatred
—it’s diabolical”
Even after a calm Pacific cross
ing by freighter, Fr. Greene still
bore the evidence of his ordeal in
Red China: deep black circles un
der his eyes, a tremor in his voice
and hands.
Father Green’s ordeal took place
during Holy Week. His “trial” be
gan on Palm Sunday alter he’d
been 17 months under house arrest
and three months in solitary con
finement.
“When they began interrogating
me I didn't want to die. 1 feared
no man before this.” began Father
Greene whose thinned down stocky
frame still seemed that of an ath
lete.
“But after that interrogation
went on I wanted to die. 1 wanted
to got it over with.”
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The dark eyed priest told of his
arrest at Tungan, North Kwangsi,
and of his final mob trial before
4,(MM) persons on Easter Sunday.
The trial climaxed a Holy Week
of day and night interrogation by
communists who forced him Io
stand and kept him covered by a
tommy-gun
“They lied my hands behind me
and put tourniquets on my arms.
But that was at least something
definite It was pain. It s your mind
that’s reeling. 1 prayed that I
wouldn’t lose my mind on that
platform before all those people,
that 1 wouldn't deny my faith.”
In a voice that often choked
with emotion, Father Greene told
of seeing his parishioners shot in
front of the church, of watching
helplessly from the window of the
room where he was a prisoner.
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Solemn Novena
A solemn novena in preparation
for the feast of Our Lady of Mt.
Carmel, July 16. will open at the
Carmel of the Immaculate Heart of
Mary. Columbu^. at 7:30 p. m., 1
Tuesday. Devotions will be held al
the same time each day. with ex
position of the Blessed Sacrament
throughout the day. (of
Those wishing to be invested in
the Brown Scapular of Our Lady
of Mt. Carmel may do so during
the novena. The nuns will include
in their prayers the intentions of
all those who wish to be remem
bered. Petitions may be sent to the
Mother Prioress, 2065 Barton Place.
Any donations of white flowers
for the altar during the novena will
be gratefully received by the nuns.
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Appointments
(Continued from Page 1)
vieve’s as pastor.
The Rev. Robert R. Schmidt from
assistant pastor. St. Leo’s Church,
Columbus, to pastor, St. Joseph
Church, Sugar Grove, and Chap
lain. Boys' Industrial School. Lan
caster. A native of Columbus. Fa
ther Schmidt was educated at St.
Thomas the Apostle Parochial
School. St. Aloysius Academy, Fay
etteville. St. Charles High School
and College, Columbus, and Mt.
St. Mary’s Seminary, Cincinnati.
Previously he served as assistant
at St. Mary’s. Lancaster. He was
ordained April 17. 1943, by Bishop
Hartley at St. Joseph Cathedral.
The Rev. Bernard P. Jones from
assistant pastor Sacred Heart
Church, Columbus, to pastor St.
Genevieve's Church. Calmoutier. A
native of Newark. Father Jones at
tended St. Francis de Sales Sctyjol
in that city, St. Charles College
and Seminary, Columbus, and Mt.
St. Mary’s of the West. Cincin
nati. He was ordained Feb. 24,
1945, by Bishop Ready at St. Pos
eph Cathedral, and served pre
viously at Sacred Heart Church,
Columbus, and St. Luke’s, Danville.
The Rev. Charles W. Jones from
assistant pastor, St. Rose Church.
New Lexington, to pastor. St. Phil
ip Neri Church. Murray City and
St. Pius Mission, Moxahala. Twin
brother to Father Bernard Jones,
they were educated for the priest
hood together in the same schools,
and were ordained the same day
hy Bishop Ready. Feb. 24 1945. Fa
ther Charles, before going tn St.
Rose’s was successively assistant
at Otway, at Logan, and at St..
Francis. Columbus, administrator
Pro Tern at Dresden, assistant at
St Mary s, Columbus. and assist
ant pastor at Our Lady of Victory
Church, Columbus.
Other appointments announced
are the following:
The Rev. Kenneth Wise from
assistant pastor. Holy Family
Church. Columbus, to assistant
pastor. St Augustine Church, Co
lumbus.
The Rev. John E Simon from as
sistant pastor, Holy Name Church.
Columbus to assistant pastor, Holy
Family Church. Columbus.
The Rev William McEwan from
assistant pastor, St. Augustine
Church, Columbus, to assistant pas
tor. St. Rose Church. New Lexing
ton.
The Rev. Paul W. Meyer from
assistant pastor, St. Mary’s Church,
Portsmouth to assistant pastor,
Sacred Heart Church, Columbus.
The Rev. John P. Tague, assist
ant pastor. St. Mary’s Church,
Portsmouth
The Rev. Richard F. Dodd, chap
lain director. Camp St. Joseph and
Camp St. Rita.
The Rev. Peter Grabaskas. chap
lain. Maryhurst Candidacy, Colum
bus.
The Rev. Robert Gately. assist
ant pastor, Holy Cross Church, Co
lumbus
The Rev. Jerome Kendzierski. as.
sistant pastor, St John the Evan
gelist Church, Columbus.
The Rev. Vito Perrini from as
sistant pastor. Immaculate .Concep
tion Church. Dennison, to assist
ant pastor. Holy Name Church. Co
lumbus.
The Rev Paul FJsner. Assist
ant pastor Immaculate Conception
Church. Dennison.
The Rev Janies Garrity, O 1
chaplain State Hospital and State
School. Columbus with residence
at SS Simon and Jude (hutch.
West Jefferson.
The Rei William O Neil PI’ S
assistant pastor. St. James the
Less Church. Columbus.
Priest I rge« Legislation
MEXICO CITY (NC) Legisla
tion to protect the familj from di
voice and other social evils was
urged here by the Rev. Pedro Vel
asquez. prominent Mexican priest
sociologist.
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Yalu Attacks Add To Tensions
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(N.C.W.C. N«w» Service)
Heavy air raids that marked the
beginning of the third year of Mar
in Korea have caused potentially
dangerous repercussions in Ixin
don. putting to the test the unity
the West in the face of com
munist aggressive plans in Europe
as well as in Asia.
Anglo-American differences are
being closely watched in Moscow.
The Anglo-American tension arose
from the question whether Britain
was. or ought to have been, inform
ed and consulted in advance re
garding the heavy air attacks on
the North Korean hydro-electric
plants.
Secretary of State Dean Acheson,
in London at the time of these par
liamentary debates, admitted that.
the British had not been informed
on the intention to unleash the air
attacks.” The British criticism, and
Secretary Acheson's admission of
an administrative mistake, produc
ed, in turn, critical utterances in
1
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All these issues were discussed
at a meeting of the foreign minis
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U. S. in London. One of the prin
cipal problems facing them was to
find an agreement among them re
garding the German question.
Harmony among the western Al
lies was further impaired by cer
tain utterances attributed to the
French Marshal Alphonse-Pierre
Juin. one of the top commanders
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critical of United States policies in
Korea and the U. S. attitude to
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This was a reference to the Kor
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remain completely deadlocked over
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Meanwhile, land fighting has flar
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