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In lYat'l Catholic Youth Week
Holy Hour*, Communion Breakfast To Highlight
Religious Artivitieg Social, TV Program Slated
Tentative plans have already
been completed by the Catholic
Youth of the Diocese of Columbus
for participation in National Cath
olic Youth Week, which is sched
uled for the week of Oct. 19 24.
Social and religious activities
will be sponsored under the
gan “Unity Sanctity
tion,” which is the theme for
Week chosen and adopted by
National Catholic Youth Council.
Activities will open Sunday, Oct.
19 with a Holy Hour in each parish
in the
Youth This will include Sodalities,
Junior Holy Name societies, Boy
Scouts, Girl Scouts and Camp Fire
Girls.
Diocese for all Catholic
Featuring the mid we»k projects
will be a television and radio pro
gram, both still in the planning
stage. Presenting the TV program
will bp the CYO Playmakers, un
der the direction of the Rev. Rob
ert White, moderator The radio
program will feature a “Rosary
for Peace.”
Fridays activities will be high
lighted by a Deanery-wide social
while the Week v-ill close Sunday
Students X-Rayed
Some 329 preparatory and col­
lege students at St. Charles Bor
romeo College were x-rayed by the
Columbus Tuberculosis Society’s
Christmas seal x-ray unit, Wednes
day. September 24. Thirty faculty
members and employees also par
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of the project was the Rev. Dr.
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with the annual Y O Commun
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the Catholic Youth Council and
dedicated to Christ the King
Robert Hill, Diocesan Catholic
Youth president, has asked all
youth to make special efforts to
attend daily Mass and Communion
during the Week in honor of Our
Lady of Fatima and world peace
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If you have already made the
acquaintance of Don Camillo in
THE LITTLE WORLD OF DON
CAMILLO, nothing can keep you
from reading this book. You will
enjoy it even more than the first
book. Don Camillo, the parish
priest, and the wonderful people
with whom he works will help you
to reduce all.your trials and pass
them on to Christ. Don Camillo al
ways takes his serious problems
with him to church—here he talks
them over with the Lord who usu
ally solves them. A humorous book
but one which shows God’s infinite
patience with His creatures!
The Happy Crusaders, compiled by
James Edward Tobin. New York,
McMullen, c. 1952. $2.50.
By I. MURRAY
THE CATHOLIC TIMES
New Film, ‘Greater Glory*
^howg Training of Jeauita
VEW YORK (MC Shooting has
been completed on The Greater
Glory,” believed to be among the
first pictures made within the
walla of Jesuit novitiates and aem
inaries The film depicts the 15
years of training a Jesuit scholar
tic undergoes in preparation for
hie work as a Jesuit priest
Narrator is the Very Rev Robert
I. Gannon, 8 former president
of Fordham University and now
pastor of St Ignatius Loyola
Church, on Park Avenue The title
is taken from the translation of
the motto of the Society of Jesus
“Ad Majorem Dei Glonam—For
the Greater Glory of God.”
-------Library Notes-------
Don Camillo And His Flock
Are Back Again In New Book
Pram the Department et Library Science
Cel lege ef St. Mary et the Springs
FOR TH! CHILDRBN
Ten Saints, by Eleanor Farjeon.
Drawings by
Helen Sewell New
University Press,
York, Oxford
1936
Before the
stories were told—and in each re
telling something was added. Elea
nor Farjeon has written these
beautiful stones from myths and
legends. The drawings in color by
Helen Sewell have a simplicity
that belongs to the Saints—they
have a great appeal for children.
Saint Christopher and some of the
lesser known Saints (as St. Simeon
Stylites) will become interesting
friends as the children become ac
quainted with them and learn to
love them.
FOR ADULTS
Don Camillo and his flock, by Gio
vanni Guareschi. New York, Pel
legrini and Cudahy, 1952. $3.00.
time of printing,
A selection full of surprises and
rare delight—from the older au
thors to present day spiritual gi
ants—all have stressed the “happy
life.” These selections are bound
together with the love of God and
we find in them the contentment
and happiness which is basic to
true Christianity. Among the older
writers, St. Augustine, St. Teresa
of Avila and St. Francis de Sales
delight us. Recent voices are rep
resented by Gerald Vann. O.P.,
Thomas Merton and a dozen oth
ers. As we read along, we are con
vinced that we can all join the
HAPPY CRUSADERS—by knowing
our goal
way.
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Parents learn that their teen ager
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can make a strong bond of love
between them by being patient and
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will want to use it as their constant
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 1952
Pouters Boost Youth Week
One of the 25,000 colorful red, white and blue posters, II by 24
inches pictorialiiing the theme of 1952's Catholic Youth Week "U nity,
S anctity, A ction." It is being sent out with a special public relations
kit, assembled with the help of newspaper, radio, television and public
relations personnel. Catholic Youth Wook, sponsored by the
N.C.W.C. Youth Department, Is being observed throughout the
country October 19 to 26. (NC Photos)
Polish Commies Move To Shut
Off Education For Priesthood
Confiscate Buildings Of 59 Seminaries In Newest Move
To Curb AR Religious Instruction
LONDON (NC) The Polish
communist regime in its cleverly
camouflaged war against the
Church has taken steps to shut off
the supply of future priests.
News has reached here that
buildings of 59 minor seminaries
have been seized by the regime,
thus rendering close to 10,000
seminarians homeless. Fifty-six
of the confiscated seminaries be
long to religious orders and con
gregations, the other three are the
diocesan minor seminaries of
Sees of Czestochowa, Siedlce
Warmia.
According to some reports, the
regime sought to justify the ar
bitrary measure by stating that
the buildings were needed for use
as old peoples’ homes, orphanages
and kindergartens. These reports
gay that the communists timed
the seizure to coincide with the
beginning of summer vacations for
the seminarians. According to an
other version the students
sent home and told to stay
their families.
were
with
tempt to eliminate the Church by
open violence.
Consequently,
gime aims first
ing the Polish
trinating them in the schools with
marxist-materiahstic ideas, barring
Catholic societies and curbing re
ligious instruction. Together with
this goes incessant propaganda
aimed at creating a rift between
the “higher and “lower” clergy'
and between “patriotic” and “re
actionary” priests. Thirdly, by re
strictions on the training of new
priests, the regime seeks to fur
ther a policy of letting the Church
"wither on the vine.”
the
and
The measure, taken early
July, bore all the earmarks of
careful preparation. Care was
taken to prevent the confiscation*
from becoming widely known
Apparently, the regime seeks to
preserve the fiction that “freedom
of religion” exists in Poland and
is afraid of the consequences of
open warfare against the Church.
last
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The Polish seizures recall
lar measures that have been taken
gome time ago Czechoslovakia,
Hungary and Yugoslavia
The overwhelming majority of
tht Polish people is staunchly
Catholic and would resist any at
In C.U.4. Posts
Edmund R. La Fond (loft),- na
tionally known boxing coach and
athletic director at Catholic Uni
varsity of America, who Is ob
serving his 25th anniversary es
member of the C.U.A. athletic
department. Joseph W. Sprug,
(right) of the staff of the Cath
olic University Library, wh has
boon named editor of the Cath
olic Periodical Index, publication
of the Catholic Library Associa
tion. (NC Photos)
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low countrymen Then he came
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Meanwhile, the communist re
gime does everything in its pow
er tn exercise strict control over
the living conditions of priests and
Religious This control goes so far
that, for instance. Mass stipends
are taxed. Any priest who offers
a Mass without having first enter
ed into a special register the name
of the person who requested the
Mass and the amount of his offer
ing becomes liable to imprison
ment. It can be presumed that the
communists also use this method
to "keep an eye’’ on practicing
Catholics and their economic
circumstances.
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Two Questions
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civilisation coming to as
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it is to discover where it is going
Great Month
Every Catholic who loves the
rosary loves October Let s not mat
get sentimental about but let’s
do something about it Could you
say two rosaries each day of Oc
tober? Really, I mean it. Some
how I feel that the truce talks are
being held back because enough of
us are not talking about the mess
to Our Lady I have met a lot of
people who have been at Fatima,
and they are convinced that we
have something radical along the
line of prayers and sinless living.
October would be a swell month to
end the Korean affair What will
you do?
Flying Corks Frem the Pop House
Stolen sweets not only require
restitution but they e^en force you
to reduce.”
Nice Virtue
Recently I have heard quite a
bit about the brothers and sisters
of the young men whn have moved
into the seminary for the first
time If their parents and family
are proud of them, let me tell
them that the boys are mighty
proud of the folks at home This
affair called family pride is won
derful when it is based on love
and gratitude rather than on an
cestry People who meet you are
going to be won over to your side
when they begin to realize that you
actually admir* every member of
your family. It is the only
you have.
Night Crawlers
A sight that always makes me
feel sad is to see a pack of young
people on the prowl at night Real
ly, it gives me the creeps. Why
wander around’ What are they
looking for? They don’t seem to
be going any place and they don’t
look as though they are coming
from any special ace They are
just wandering Don join them or
you may wind up in court
some of them.
My Opponent
Brother, 1 wish we had our
ident elected. It is murder
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hearing the guff that each party
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Truth is being strained from time
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your best to get every voter out
to cast his “x” on election day?
Then ask God to direct us we
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