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MASS ORDO Liturgy Of 7 he Vi eek FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 FEAST OF ST. MARGARET MARY ALACOOUE White vestments. Gloria SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 FEAST OF ST. LUK1: EVANGELIST Red vestments. Gloria, Preface of the Apostles. THt Credo 19 SUNDAY, OCTOBER THE TWENTIETH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Green vestments, Gloria, second prayer of St. Peter Alcantara, Third for the Propagation of the Faith, Credo, Preface of the Tnn where Cleanliness is Nt MT TO GOOOLINESS Flees I In CANDIES PASTRIES Family Styla Restaurant 201 S. High AD. 5047 Open Every Day Till Mldnito MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 FEAST OF THE DEDICATION OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH White vestments. Gloria, Second prayer of St. John Santius (in Lou Masses), Credo. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21 MASS OF DEDICATION White vestments, Gloria, Second prayer of St. Hilarion. Third of Sts. Ursula and Companions, Credo. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22 MASS OF DEDICATION White vestments. 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GA. 2196 Statutes Read Diocesan Count (Continued from Page 1) eph, Eri Rosary you fifty cents popular are $2.50 ‘These heen mine. speakers at the relig ities Catholics and non the empha in Stressed Benefits the ca her com sed. She also Joseph foundation in hop. Father munities church, Lancas lard J. Fick, of that new e farmer’s enabling the eller to load arc concerned Problem of Aged editor of The lose c, emphasized the an ever in since, he said, of the United Father problemi of the aged 1 dilemma 2 million populat ion civilization,” he The retreat for men, scheduled for Oct. 17-19 at the Shrine of the Little Flower, Reynoldsburg, will be conducted by the Rev. Delmar R. Dosch, S.J. of the Mil. ford (O.) Novitiate. Father Dosch was educated at the University of Detroit, Xavier University of Cincinnati and Loy ola University of Chicago and has taught in Cleveland and Detroit. THE BURKLEY & SON co. INSURANCE and BONDS SINCE 1897 Always At Your Service 145 N. High AD. 3288 THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY. OfTORER 17, 19 5 2 Bishop Ready officiated at the colorful liturgical ceremonies which highlighted the fifth synod in Columbus Diocesan history last week in St. Joseph's Cathedral, Columbus. Pictured above, Bishop Ready is reading the statutes to be promulgated in the synod, which was attended by 190 priests of the Diocese. ■il Of Catholic Women Meet dustrially old and not chronologic ally o|(j—that is, they are too old to work in our mechanized mass production industries, though com paratively young chronologically,” Father Fick cited the loneliness of most of these people and said: obligation of charity cannot by impersonal contri the charity would be meaningful if it visits and social supplying with reading materials and eating interest in them.” “The be s Sabrey stressed the im of keeping a balanced nations especially where 5us life is considered its practical work. He it that its chief point lies much more the form of to these people calls them indi- Duties and Rights Duties and rights were the top ics of Father McLarney’s address. “Too many of our present prob lems,” hr charged, "stem from our insistence upon rights without rec ognition of our corresponding du ties.” Our national preoccupation with our rights must grow to in clude our duties.” A panel discussion on Exper iences at Home and in America” by foreign students from Ohio State university and the College of St. Mary of the Springs highlighted the international relations work shop. Angela Hackelsherger, O( lingen, Germany, exchange stu dent, now studying at St. Mary of the Springs, spoke on "Our For eign Students.” Main Speakers Main speakers at the officers of organization workshop were Mary Western Deanery Louise Black. Mrs. William Deanery Mrs. Central Louth Renner, Charles Southern Deanery Mrs. J. Miller. Northern Deanery and Mary McDonald, Eastern Deanery Mrs. Alexander J. Glockner pre sided. The Catholic Parent Teacher As sociations and Adult education sessions concluded the day's work shop activities. Main speakers in eluded: MD. Ohio Dr. Thomas E. Schaffer, professor of pediatrics at State: the Rev. James E S.J., principal of in Chicago the Taylor. O.P, of ory, Somerset: er, news director and associate pro gram director of radio station WOSU and Sister Charles Ann. dean of studies at St. Mary’s col lege Farrell, I/iyola Academy Rev. Joseph C. St. Joseph's Pri Robert Holsing The public relations officials played key roles in the public re lations workshop of which the Rev. David Dennis. Asst, editor of the Cntholic Tunes, was honorary chair man and Anne Rickard, assistant editor of the Ohio State University Monthly, was presiding chairman. They were Edward P. Vondor Haar, president of the American College Public Relations Associa tion and Director of Public Rela tions at Xavier university the Rev. Richard McGearey. Steubenville College, and Mrs. Ruth Y. White, public relations consultant. Byer and Rowman advertising agency. first defined giving several is not. Public often confused the bad sense Mr. VonderHaar public relations by examples of what it relations, he said, is with propaganda in of the word "It is, however, ‘prop aganda’ in the good sense, much as is one of the Pontifical Congrcga tions known as the Propaganda Fidei'.” “Public relations,” he concluded, “is a way of life. It is human ac tions which flow from a good heart.” Father McGearey outlined the procedure in setting up a public relations office in the. parish soci ety, stressing the necessity of con sideration for those from whom the society wished to gain pub- “Since public relations is the securing of good will, you can af ford to offend no one.” Father Mc Gearey warned. “The cause of your whole group can depend on how you answer your telephone. If you answer the phone with such a tone that people get the idea that you are bothered with the interruption, then your cause is lost to a great extent.” Mrs. White advised the audience of the necessity of "the novel idea” w hen “Most editors scream when they see a member of a women’s com mittee approaching publicity space. They you, though, if you your material with a selling” an organization. them about will welcome can present new twist, a To be effective, you people want what you must make have.” Thirteen ed during the day by the different workshops. Among other things, these dealt with displaced persons, federal aid to education, employ ment atomic resolutions were pass of minority groups, and energy. federal aid resolution, pass the Parent Teacher associ workshop, The ed by ations "parochial school children merit equal attention with their Ameri can peers in other schools. Federal aid in the form of health, welfare and transportation services to each child would he a minimum recog nition of the rights of those at tending religious schools. warned that The displaced persons clause, passed by the International rela tions session, urged that, inas much as the Displaced Persons Law has expired ... we recom mend new legislation he passed to permit additional displaced per sons and other refugees to come into our country.” ART'S Decorating Service Window Washing, Painting, Paper Hanging, Wall Wash ing, Steaming, Paper Cleaning Commercial and Residential "There is no substitute for experience." W. SELLERS MANAGER FE. 4212 INSURANCE TO MEET YOUR NEEDS Whether you are the cause or the victim of an accident, costs may easily your entire life, e yourself, adequately insured at all times! Call us now for complete details. Just dial MA. 1374. Sheehan Insurance Agency 145 N. High St. Columbus the ruin Pro Be Annual Mission Collection Is Slated Sunday An opportunity to give financial aid to the starving, homeless and sick people throughout the world will come Sunday when the annual Mission collection will be taken up in all churches in the Columbus Diocese. The Mission Sunday collection is sponsored by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, which is the church's official mission and society for all the faithful. It is the largest such group in the world. In a letter read in all churches in the diocese last Sunday. Bishop Michael J. Ready of Columbus de clared that the Holy Father "sum mons us to an outward profession of OL.’ belief in the Catholicity of the Church by making a sacrifice for the missionaries and their works and charity both at home and in other parts of the world.” The Bishop asserted that we live in a missionary age. and that the "world problem is basically a mis sionary problem a race between God's missioners and communist zealots tor the souls of men.” He stated that "we can defeat communism by being more success ful as missioners for Christ than they are propagandists for the powers of evil.” The Bishop also declared that we have a responsibility to share by prayer and financial assistance in the ceaseless labors of priests, sisters and brothers working for Christ in the missions. The money is distributed by the Holy Father in this manner: 40 per cent to the missions and mission ary dioceses of the United States 51 per cent to all foreign missions of the world, which includes ap proximately 600 separate territor ies: nine per cent to the areas of the Near East and the Holy Land, the cradle of the Faith, now largely Moslem. The purpose of the collection is to support 100,000 missioners and mission institutions which include 1,115 hospitals. 219 leprosaria, 3135 dispensaries and 47,000 schools Last year 53.000,000 people receiv ed help Irom the Catholic missions. Last year’s collection in the di ocese amounted to over $22,000. considerably better than the na tional average. American Catho lics in 1951 gave the Holy Father less than 15 cents each for this pur pose. -------------------o------------------- Ri«hop 7’o Gixe Radio Talk WHEELING, W. Va.—(NC) Rishop Thomas J. McDonnell, Co adjutor of Wheeling, will he the speaker on the Church of the Air program to be broadcast over the Columbia Broadcasting System nn Mission Sunday, from 10 io 10 30 a. m. EST. The Bishop, whn is a former national director of the So ciety for the Propagation of the Faith, will have as his topic "The iTwentieth Century Apostles” Pontiff Urges (Continued from Page 1) awaits the vanguard to precede it!”’ Pope Pius assured the men they could consider their answer to his appeal on this occasion as marking the second phase of the campaign he called for last February on be half of a spiritual renewal that was to begin in the Rome Diocese, and spread from there to all the dioces es of Italy and eventually to the entire world. He said the present gathering would mark the exten sion of the spiritual renewal cru sade to Italy proper. "No one more than we,” the Pope declared, "wishes the laity to go forth from a certain status of minority—today more than ever undeserved—into the field of the apostolate.” He added that it is evident, however, that in the de velopment of the lay apostolate. fil ial obedience to the will and di rection of the Church is always necessary. The Pontiff told the Catholic Actionists their work must be un derstanding, illuminating, vivifying and unifying. He said that their programs and lives should be such as to exert a wholesome influence and example whether at work or play or in public life. He urged them, finally, tn remain united among themselves in Catholic Ac tion. Newspaper Asks Formation of New Parents*’ Group LIMA, Peru (NC) Formation of an inter-American confederation of parents has been urged in con nection with the first Parents’ Con gress which will open here on Oc tober 25. The congress follows in the wake of Catholic education conferences which have heen held in Bogota, Colombia La Paz, Bo livia: Buenos Aires. Argentina, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The recommendation for a par ents’ confederation came from Verdades, a weekly newspaper published in Lima, which declared that only an international organi zation can get a hearing from the various governments. The publica tion added that the proposed or ganization should adopt a clear and concrete program and solicit the cooperation of groups in other countries. It was announced that the Pre Family and Education Association of Costa Rica is planning to send a delegation to the parents’ con gress. Chief topics at the congress will be the rights and duties of parents, and family relations with Church and State. ................o-... READ THE TIMES WANT ADS. ... all the features which make Orange Blossom rings so popular with those who know quality. 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