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MASS ORDO
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12.
FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY
NAME OF MARY.
White vestments. Gloria, Credo,
Preface of the Blessed Virgin.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,
SATURDAY OF OUR LADY.
Mass of September 8. White vest
ments, Gloria. Second prayer of
the Holy Spirit. Third for the
I the Blessed V
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
FEAST OF THE EXALTATION
THE HOLY CROSS:
THE FIFTEENTH SUNDAY
AFTER PENTECOST
of the Sunday.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
IMPRESSION OF THE STIGMATA
OF ST. FRANCIS.
EMBER WEDNESDAY OF
AUTUMN
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH
CUPERTINO
BEXLEY
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Credo, Pre
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IS
FEAST OF THE SEVEN SORROWS
OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN
MARY
Nicomedis, Sei
face of the Bic
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
FEAST OF STS CORNELIUS AND
CYPRIAN
their saving
MEMBER
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SYSTEM
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
FEAST OF STS. JANUARIUS AND
COMPANIONS:
EMBER FRIDAY OF AUTUMN
Red vestments, Gloria. Second
pel of the Ember Day.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
FEAST OF STS. EUSTACE AND
COMPANIONS: VIGIL OF
ST. MATTHE"'
EMBER SATURDAY OF AUTUMN
Red vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the Ember Day. Third of
OF
ber Day.
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Bishop Ready presided and preached at the Solemn High Mass
recently at Stella Niagara, N.Y., when 20 young women, including
eight from Columbus, participated in the solemn ritual of religious
profession. At reception ceremonies Hie preceding day, two more
young women of the Columbus Diocese had received the Francis
can habit of the Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian
Charity.
The eight young women from Columbus, including two who
made perpetual vows and six who made first vows, are pictured
above with Bishop Ready.
They are, left to right, first row: Sister M. Owen Doody,
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Owen Doody, 1187 Loretta avenue, who
made her final vows Sister Louis Fahey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Raymond Fahey, 428 Morrison avenue, first vows Sister M. Jeanine
Filth Diocesan
(Continued from Page 1)
eral other legislative assemblies
namely, the ecumenical council,
the plenary council, the provincial
council, and the conference of
bishops. An ecumenical council is
a gathering of the Bishops of the
whole world. Only the Pope can
convoke such a council and he or
his legate presides over the as
sembly and supervises its actions.
An assembly of the Ordinaries
or Bishops of several provinces
constitutes a Plenary Council. I he
permission of the Pope is neces
sary lor such a council and his
legate presides ovei it A provin
rial council calls for the assembly
of all the Bishops of a given
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12.1952
commissions composed of his dm
cesan clergy, the Rishop alone ap
proves the new statutes or revis
ions of old ones, and he alone
promulgates them that is, pub
lishes the laws and sets the date
on which they are to become ef
fective, if it he other than (he
date of the synod.
The first recorded diocesan sy
nod took place in the year 585,
hut the report of it refers to such
an assembly as a well known and
already ancient institution They
were traditionally held in the
month of May.
Pope Benedict XIV in a hnnk en
titled tie Synodn Dmcesana'
‘Concerning the Dioce-an Synod
defines it as follows: a lawful
assembly convoked by the Bishop,
in which he gathers together the
priests and clerics of his diocese
and all who arc hound to attend
it. for the purpose of doing and
deliberating what belongs to "the
pastoral care."
pc
clesiastical province such as in
cinnati, Detroit or Chicago Some
what similar to the provincial
council is the conference of bish
ops.
Diocesan Synod*
Diocesan synods differ from all
other legislative assemblies in the
Church. Whereas in ecumenical,
plenary nr provincial councils, the
participating Bishops all have a
vote and voice in the discussion
and enactment.of statutes, in a dio
cesan synod, only the one Bishop,
the Ordinary of the diocese who
convoked the synod, has authority.
He is the sole lawgiver for his Sec.
Though hj^r usually delegates the
preparatory woik of the synod to
Bishop'* Power*
1 suallv at the synod decrees de
terminrd upon hy the Rishnp are
promulgated When promulgated
they oblige immediately unless the
Bishop expressly permits a period
of grace.
All the clergy and laity of a
diocese are bound by the statutes
enacted by the synod, and it is not
necessary for the Bishop to send
his statutes to Rome lor approval
or revision before publication.
The subject matter of statutes
tn be enacted at a diocesan synod
is confined strict!} to (he preset
ration of the faith and discipline
of the clergy and laity. I nder no
circumstances may a diocesan
synod define any new article ol
faith or decide any doctrinal dis
pule between atholic theologians
or Iramc any statutes contrary to
the common law of the Church.
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CINCINNATI (NCI Two
Franciscan priests here have been
given important new assignments.
The Rev. John Wurst. O.F.M.,
has heen named president ol St
Bonaventure International College
near Florence, Italy.
The Rev. Bernadine Schneider,
O F.M., will go to Japan to super
vise a translation ol the Bible in
tn Japanese.
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The Society was organized in
185(1. when Popp Pius IX decided
an Italian foreign mission society
should hp established. Originally,
two branches existed, one at Milan,
and one in Rnm’ both of which
started from small beginnings and
in utter poverty and sent missions
all over the world They were com
bined into the one society in
1926 by Pope Pius XI. the great
Pope of the Missions who merged
them and gave them the name
“Pontifical Foreign Mission Insti
tute of Ss. Peter and Paul.”
In the 102 years since its estab
lishment, the society has sent mis
sionaries all over the world. In the
Solomon Islands, in southern India
in China, in Africa, in the wilds ol
South America, in Japan, they suf
fered the ravages of poverty, trop
ical diseases, poisonous snakes,
and in several cases martyrdom.
Among their martyrs were Fath
er John Mazzucconi. brutally rniir
dered in 1855 on a coral beach in
the Solomon Islands when bis boat
foundered in a storm and the
Blessed Alberic Crescitelli, mur
dered in (Tiina during the Boxei
Rebellion in 1900.
One bishop and three missionar
ies were murdered in China in
1941 four more were murdered
there in 1942: I wo were killed in
Burma in 1950. Even now, one
Archbishop, one Bishop and a score
of missionaries of the society lan
guish in China's jails, victims of
Communist terrorism and 120
more are working in danger of
death behind the bamboo curtain,
obedient to the Holy Father who
has ordered the missionaries to
remain at their posts.
But what of accomplishments?
The harvest already has heen
abundant. In the society's mission
districts, with a combined area
hall that of the I’mted States and
a total population of about 44 mil
lion souls, there were scarcely 10.
000 Catholics when the missionar
ies came Today there are close to
400.000. There was hardly a school
to he found in those areas then,
now there are more than 600 with
more than 50.000 students
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Diehl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Diehl, 1804 E. Rich street,
who received the Franciscan habit Bishop Ready Sister Susan
Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snyder, formerly of New
Lexington, who received the Franciscan habit Sister M. Sheila
Wilhelm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael V, Wilhelm, 1574 Gault
street, first vows Sister M. Erica Mildenberg, formerly of Colum
bus, first vows.
Top row: Sister Doloretta McCabe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R. McCabe, 1083 Sidney street, first vows Sister M. Christina
Kraus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Kraus, 1436 Neil Ave
nue, first vows Sister M. Helen Siebold, niece of Helen C. Collins,
342 S Wayne avenue, final vows and Sister M. Christopher Wirth,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wirth, 593 Wilson avenue, first vows.
(Continued from Page 1)
he said, will hr gratefully received
and in return, priests and students
promise tn pray for their benefac
tors.
With its Mother House in Milan.
Italy, the Society has only three
American Houses, one in Detroit,
one at St. John Baptist Church,
Columbus where priests of the or
der administer the parish at the
invitation of Bishop Ready, and the
new House of Studies on East
North Broadway.
flirpe Horary Grad* Begin
Studic* For Religion* Life
Three graduates of Rosary high
school, Columbus, recently began
studies for the religious life—one
to become a nriest one a brother
and the third a nun.
William Diehl. 20, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Diehl. 1804 E. Rich
street, entered St. Charles semin
ary Jamas Wirth, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles H. Wirth. 593 Wilson
avenue, entered St.' Francis semin
ary, Cincinnati, where he will pre
pare for his recepition into the
Order of Friars Minor and Regina
Daugherty. 1R, daughter of Harry
A Daughertv, 569 Bulen avenue.
left for Stella Niagarh, N Y.
where she will begin her pcistul
ancy with the Franciscan Sist er?
of Penance and Christian Tuirity
DANIEL J. CONNOR
(A Member of Holy Num, Parish)
I nited Appeal
(Continued from Page 1)
institutions has been increased
more than 15 percent because of
increased costs. In 1952 some
S107.102.43 was allocated Io the
three institutions, he said, while
for 1953 a total of $123,448.98 is
requested.
Allocation* to Catholics
Giving individual figures lor the
institutions he said that in 1953
the Catholic Welfare Bureau re
ceived $63,627.45. and in 1953 the
request is $73,594: St. Euphrasia
School received S22.928.98 in 1952
and requests $27,493.98 for 1953
St. Stephen's Community House
received $20,456 in 1952 and has
requested $22,361 for 1953.
Father Kappes pointed out also
that Catholic people share greatly
in the services of many non-Cath
olic agencies supported by the
Fund. He cited particularly the
following: Godnian Guild Commun
ity House which is completely sup-
Drive Set
ported by the Community Cheat
the Instructive District Nurses As
sociation which provides nursing
service for schools, including par
ish schools, and receives about 40
percent of its support from the
Community Chest the Boy Scouts
and Girl Scouts Io which many
Catholic children belong several
day nurseries where children,
some of them Catholic, are cared
lor during the day while their
mothers work: the Red Cross
which, among many other services
provides blood for both civilian
and military use the Cancer Soc
iety, Cerebral Palsy Association,
Heart Association and other volun
tary health associations, and the
U.S.O., of which the National
Catholic Community Service is a
participating agency.
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