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Holy Office Investigate*
Case Of Mexican Jesuit
Killed By Reda In 1927
VATICAN CITY (Radin. NQ
--Preliminary step* in the heatifi
eation cluses nf 14 Servants of
God were taken here hy the Sacred
Congregation of the Hnly Office
In four cases, the Congregation
investigated whether there had
been any public veneration, a cir
cumstance which would invalidate
the causes.
The cases we\e those of Father
Miguel Pro. Mexican Jesuit who
iong succeeded in ministering to
his flock in secret hut was finally
murdered by the Reds in 1927
Father Francesco Spinelli, found
er of the Sister Adorers of the
Blessed Sacrament Anna Maria
Adorni, foundress of the Servants
of Mary Immaculate and of the
Institute of the Good Shepherd at.
Pam a. Italy and Antonia Maria
della Misericordia, foundress of the
Oblates of the Most Holy Redeem
er.
*ND A second storey
mkhaeus
CONSTRUCTED with
VALLERIES ANO LCOP
HOLES ‘OR DEFENCE
Against Attacks
In the remaining causes, the
Congregation investigated the
writings of the following 10 Ser
vants of God:
Father Joseph Gerard, O.M.I.
Father Mariano Avellana, of the
Missionary Sons of the Immaculate
Heart of Mary Father Antoine
Basil Moreau, C.S.C., founder of the
Congregation of Holy Cross Fa
ther Jean Leon LeProvost, founder
of the Brothers of St. Vincent de
Paul Aristide Leonari, Franciscan
tertiary Janet Erskine Stuart, of
the Religious of the Sacred Heart.
Maria Francesca dp Gcsu. foun
dress of the Capuchin Tertiaries of
Loane, Italy Mana Potter, foun
dress of the Little Company of
Mary (Blue Sisters) Maria Teresa
Ledechowska, foundress of the So
dality of St. Peter Claver and
Angela -Della Croce (Guerrero y
Gonzalez), foundress of the Sisters
of the Cross of Seville, Spain.
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road, Bexley, were married recent
ly in Miami, Florida.
The Rev. M. G. Hoare celebrated
the Nuptial High Mass in St. Mary's
church there.
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NEW YORK -(NC)- When Lindy
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ning the
Olympics
dents at
mer school rated an assist. They
had been praying for Lindy, at his
request.
He went to daily Mass and Com
munion. He wrote to Mr. Eastment
just before the Helsinki games
got under way, asking him to re
quest the prayers of the Christian
Brothers at Manhattan and the
students at the summer school.
The supplications were obviously
potent, and Manhattan has its first
Olympic gold medalist.
Lindy was president of the St.
Patrick CYO Club in Hartford in
1948-49, and is remembered as ‘‘a
top-notch leader who kept things
humming” in the club, sponsored
by the Hartford Diocese’s mother
parish.
While competing for Hartford
Public High School he set New
England 100 and 220 yard dash rec
ords that still stand. He played in
the CYO Basketball League in the
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THE A 0 LI TIMES. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1 19 5 2
Girl Scout Trainers Meet
Three of the Catholic delegates to the Intarnational Gathering of
Trainors of tha Girl Guidas and Girl Scout* are wolcomod by M»gr.
Phillip J. Furlong, of St. Thomas Mora Church, Naw York roproson
tatlva of tha Youth Department, National Catholic Walfara Confer
•nee, to tha Girl Scouts of tha U. S. A. Left to right ara: Yvonne
Goorgo, of Brussels, Belgium Monsignor Furlong Mrs. Lourdes
Guillermo, of Manila Marcello De Moulemeoster, of Brussels. The
gathering, which is being hold in the United States for the first time,
Camp Edith Macy, the Girl Scout National Traininc School,
Pleasantville, N. Y. (NC Photos)
Prayer Was Behind Remigino,
Olympics 100-Meter Winner
flashed to fame by win
100 meter dash in the
at Helsinki, fellow stu
Manhattan College sum-
Though a member of Manhat
tan's great relay teams for two
years, the young athlete from Hart
ford. Conn. was relatively un
known until his sensational photo
finish vistory at Helsinki. The feat
was aptly termed ‘the Cinderella
story of the year” by Brutus Ham
ilton. coach of the United States
team.
Cinderella Story
Lindy barely qualified for the
big trials by finishing fifth in the
NCAA 100-yard dash, in which six
qualified. He was eliminated in
the .National AA1J dash semi-fin
als.
George Eastment, his coach, did
not despair. He cut training chores
drastically because the 5 foot 7
lad, weighing only 147. appeared to
have overworked himself.
Lindy reacted handsomely, fin
ishing second to Ait Bragg in the
100-meter dash finals. He still was
far from “the fastest human” po
tentially to the track experts, who
placed him behind Bragg Bailey of
England and Herbert McKenley of
Jamaica.
Came the big test and another
story. He completed the two trials
heats just one-tenth of a second
off the Olympic record. McKenley
edged him out in the semifinals. In
the final Lindy took the prized
gold medal.
They say at Manhattan that Lin
dy's belief in the power of prayer
played a large role in the success
of the spring champion of the
world.
Hartford Junior Division in 1948
49.
At Manhattan the New York
born athlete has ru the second
leg on the college’s 440-yard relay
team that has been unbeaten the
last two years. He hopes to coach
track when he gets his degree id
physical education.
In the Olympics finals Lindy
got off to a flying start in the 100
meter race and was never headed.
Jamaica’s McKenley, however, bore
down on him in the last 20 yards
with a terrific burst of speed and
the two hit the tape together like
twin charges from a double-barrel
ed shotgun.
Lindy himself thought McKen
ley had won. and along with others
grabbed the Jamaican and con
gratulated him. When the judges,
after studying photos of the fin
ish under magnifiers, ruled Lindy
the winner, he objected. They in
sisted the Manhattan collegian had
won.
Sounds, and Weather”
a delightful surprise,
something special for
buy a copy to keep
through the year.
YESTERDAYS,
MY RUSSIAN
by Catherine De Hueck. Milwakee
Bruce. 1951. 132 p. $2.50.
A “different” book about the
Russians. A visit to Fatima made
Mrs. Doherty (Catherine De
Hueck) realize that she had an ob
ligation to do something about the
lack of understanding of Russia.
As she describes the everyday
life of the Russion people, we are
amazed at the spirit of these
people and their practice of faith
in God. This question comes to
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It was announced that His Em
inence Emmanuel Goncalves Car
dinal (erejelra. Patriarch of Lis
bon. will act as Legate to celebra
tions in Gn» while His Eminence
Norman Cardinal
bishop of
represent
ing place
bar
Scores of Archbishops and Bish
ops from many parts of the world
are expected to visit India for the
celebrations, which also will com
memnrate the 19th centenary of
the arrival of St Thomas the
Apostle in that country In Goa
the incorrupt body of St. Francis
Xavier will be exposed for public
veneration from Dec. 3 to Jan. 3,
1953.
COZUMEL Mexico SCI-Dur
ing a gudden dnunpour aeien-year
old Joseph Aula sought shelter un
der the portico of the church here.
Father Walter W. Winrich Mary
knoll Missioner from Raymond
Wash., offered him an old news
paper as protection againat the rain
“Thank you very much. Padre.”
said Joseph accepting a back copy
nf Criteno, the Catholic weekly
in this part of Mexico When the
rain stopped he left the church
with the paper under his arm. only
to return an hour later.
“Padre, do you have any more
of those papers?” he asked.
“It’s not raining now,”
Father Winrich. “Why do
want more papers?”
“Well.” explained Joseph,
sold the one you gave me for
centa os.”
Library Notes
Unique Book About Russians
Inspired By Visit To Fatima
From th« Department of Library Science
College of St. Mary of the Springs
HOURGLASS stories of a mea
sured year, by John W. Lynch.
New York, Machillan, 1952. 172 p.
$2 00.
A charming collection of essays,
stories, and meditations and oc
casionally a poem the title of
the book and the seasonal head
ings are derived from the poetry
of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Hum
or, deep ^seriousness, dignity
all arc found as we progress
through the year and become
aware of the importance of the
festivals in our Church, and the
spiritual meaning of everyday
sights, sounds, and incidents.
This is a book which you will read
straight through and then keep
close to you so that you can dip
into it at odd moments when you
need a laugh or some spiritual
consolation “Confessions at Sev
en-Thirty” is familiar to us all
-Sights,
will be
There is
each one
with you
our minds How can people so
filled with the faith have fallen
to the Communists’ The author
believes that the faith has not been
lost but has merely gone un
derground.
with charm her own memories
permeate it throughout and she
leaves u 11h us hope God sure
ly cannot forsake a people who
have loved Him so. Our prayers
will rise more frequently in be
half of these victims after w* have
read My Russian Yesterdays.
For the Young People
HISPANIC AMERICA, by Rich
ard Pattee. Chicago, Mentzer and
Company, 1948.
An excellent work on Hispanic
America, this book should be in
all high schools. Written express
ly for Catholic high schools, it is
one of thr best texts ever review
ed by thi/*writer. Teaching aids
follow each chapter. Pictures of
famous Hispanic sights are includ
ed to familiarize the student with
the physical setting of the land.
The work covers Hispanic Amer
ica’s 20 republics, their history
from the conquest to the present
day. economics and literature.
Highly recommended.
ROSARY STORIES FOR LITTLE
FOLK, by Sister Jean Dorcy, O.P.
Milwaukee, Bruce, 1940
Children will love the simple
stories with their charm and di
rectness. All mysteries of the
Rosary are presented with a lustre
rarely found in a child’s book.
Rich, jewel-like pictures enhance
the pages.
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The
Honor St. Francisl
At 1th Ontenaryl I 1
ROME 'Radm NC) Hisl A
Holiness Pope Pius XU has nam*d
two Cardinals to serve as Papal
legates at celebrations in India
next December commemorating
th* fourth ren'enar, of th* death
of St. Francis Xavier.
Gilroy. Arch­
Sydney, Australia, u ill
the Pope at r’ten tak
at Ernakulam in Mala-
St Francis Xasier who is gen
erally regarded as the Second Ap
ostle of India was born in Nav
arre Spain in 150fl and died on
Sancian Island, off the coast of
China. Dec 2. 1552.
Summertime
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Mexican Lad Finds
The Silver Lining
We ought to check up on our
selves right now as regards obedi
ence to our parent*. As summer
wears on we could be wearing on
the folks. When we are at school,
we hear a shot or two on the sub
ject and it keeps us in line. So it
becomes necessary right about
here to do our own thinking on the
matter. Did you ever gain
thing worth while by being
obedient?
Come In
said
you
any
dis-
Some of the watchers of
American scene are viewing with
alarm the lack of hospitality shown
by young people when some of
their parents’ friends appear at
the front door. I wonder if that
is true in iwt case* Perhaps as
a nation v e are getting tn be less
dependent nn company because of
our own private and personal pref
erences such as television prn
grams that we feel we
low. or books nr stories that we
like to read or radio programs that
are part of our life.
If that is the case. It Is too bad,
for there is nothing that can
place people who are part of
family picture. In ‘the good
days children used to slip out
back door when
in the front door,
run away. They
way to the store
freshments. That
the reasons so many children liked
company, but it wasn’t the real
reason. How do you
drop-ins’
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PARIS (NC) Francois
Veuillot, the “grand old man” of
French Catholic journalism, died
here at the age of 82.
Yen Or \o
She tells this story
feel about
lot of little
account of
There have been a
battles recently on
opinions, mostly political opinions.
The boys who print the news say
that is how it should be what with
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BY FATHER GABRIEL RAEFORD
The Feast Of The Week
Wednesday is the feast of the
Transfiguration of Our Ixird It
always makes me wonder how
Christ Will look to US in Heaven
and perhap- that is just as good a
reaction as we could get to the
f*8‘’ w* learn in Hnly Scripture
that the three Apostles were over
joyed at the Mght. yet it •■.«a» nnt
enough to keep St Peter from
denying Christ later on Just the
same, it is necessary for us to think
of Heaven frequently or we may
forget that it is our real home.
When you give a bit of thought to
the Transfiguration Wednesday,
keep right on thinking about Con
fession for First Friday and trans
figure your soul with Holy Com
munion for Friday.
times npinmr mnie ai
quit* a shot ft tn ymingviers "ho
never heard a cimh of opinions
in their home up to that point,
l^t s not h* cairied auay with the
sport Opinions ar* fine and per
sonal hut wr should nr\ci get per
sonal trying tn foist our opinions
on others who are not ready to
give up then own
Hot And Cold
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and indifference is that one is a
virtue.
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