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Oldest Benedictine Dies
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w ho at his death (Oct. 3) at the age
nf 01 was one of the oldest Bene
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Action In Persecution Cases
TOLEDO, O (NO—The United
States government has been asked
to bring “to the bar of interna
tional public opinion" the "terror
istic persecution” of the Red Bul
garian regime in sentencing a
Bishop, priests and Catholic laymen
to death and prison.
The request was made by Fran
cis I. Nally here, president of the
National Council of Catholic Men.
in a telegram sent to Secretary of
State Dean Acheson.
The Men’s Council head also
urged the State Department to
use "whatever channels are avail
able to it” to secure the freedom
of the condemned men.
The telegram recalled that'this is
not the first instance of religious
persecution in Red Bulgaria. -In
1949, Mr. Nally declared 15 Prot
estant clergymen were tried for
similar charges and received long
prison terns.
The text of the telegram follows:
“Once again the bloody hands of
terroristic communistic persecution
of religion have been raised over
the heads of innocent Bulgarian re
ligious leaders.
“The National Council of Catho
lic Men. and its 4.000 affiliated or
ganizations. raises its voice in an
gry protest over the murderous
death sentence imposed upon Bish
op Eugene Bossilkoff of Nikopol
and his three brothers in Christ
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“It protests with equal vehem
(nee the simultaneous, unjustified
imprisonment of 24 other (atholic
priests and 12 laymen II views the
arrest and coming trial ot Bishop
Ivan Romanoff Vicar Apostolic of
Sofia, and Bishop Cyril Kurteit
(Ordinary of the Byzantine-Rite
alholics in Bulgaria) as further
evidence of the ruthless, com
munistic attack on all religion.
I hese men of God w ere charg
ed with ‘espionage’ on behalf of
lhe United States an I the Holy
Father. These familiar charges
have been raised and demonstrat
ed to be lies in similar mock trials
that have been held in communist
countries during the past six years
“Catholics are not the only ones
to suffer persecution for their
faith in Bulgaria In 1949 15 Prot
estant clergymen were tried for
similar charges and in turn receiv
ed long prison terms. At that time
the late Archbishop John T. Mc
Nicholas. then Chairman of the Ad
ministrative Board of the National
atholic Welfare Conference, pub
licly expressed the indignation of
American Catholics at this perse
cution.
“The civilized world must not
stand by tn silence while the free
doms precious to all human be
ings and to which our own country
is dedicated are made a mockery
by communist thugs in control of
foreign governments.
“As loyal, God tearing Ameri
cans, as Catholic men. our organi
zation calls upon our brother citi
zens and upon our government to
take whatever action is necessary
and practical to bring this travesty
of justice to the bar of interna
tional public opinion. We ask our
Department of State to use what
ever channels are available to it to
secure the freedom of these con
demned Bishops priests, ministers
am’ laymen and to make a matter
of public record our government's
belief in their innocence and our
just anger at this savage violation
of the rights of individuals to free,
dom of religious belief.”
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Nainetl .Morals Professor
LISBON. Portugal—(NC)—A lay
man has been appointed professor
of religion and morals at the State
Lyceum of Gil Vicente here. The
post had previously been held by
priests.
He is a well-known Portuguese
poet. Miguel 1 rigueiros. brother of
the editor of Diario Popular. Lisbon
daily. Luiz Forjaz Trigueiros.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER
More than 100,000 pilgrim* from Colombia
•nd neighboring Ecuador attended the canonical
coronation of Our Lady of Lai Lajas, near Ip
alas at her shrine on the steep hillside of a
rocky range where an image of the Madonna and
Child (left) was left imprinted in 1754 according
to tradition by angels' hands, after several ap
paritions to an Indian woman. Papal Nuncio An
tonia Samor* officiated. NC Photos)
Plastic Used
To Do Repair
Job On Heart
New Device Developed At
Georgetown University
Saves Life Of Ionian
WASHINGTON—(NO—A tiny
plastic valve inserted by George
town University Medical Center
heart surgeons is keeping a 30
year-old woman alive.
It does the work of the woman's
own damaged aortic valve, which
let blood back up into the heart
and would have led to death A
tiny "pea’’ in a plexiglass tube
moves and allows the blood to
pass when the heart pulses. As the
heart relaxes, the “pea” settles in
place and plugs the opening lead
ing hack to the heart.
About an inch long and a little
over an inch in diameter, the valve
was inserted in the aorta, the big
trunk artery which carried blood
from the heart, just below the de
fective valve.
The woman whose life was saved
suffered from effects of rheumatic
fever in her youth She had been
bedridden for sometime and was
given little chance to live until the
operation here.
Importance of the new George
town development is shown by sta
tistics disclosing that aorta valve
deficiency accounts for about 20
per cent of all valvular diseases.
The operation is the first to be
performed successfully against this
type of ailment it is said Heart
disease is nation’s No. 1 killer.
Dr. Charles Hufnagle. assistant
professor at Georgetown's Medical
Center, performed the operation.
He and Dr. John F. Gillespie, an
other Georgetown Cardiovascular
surgeon, had carried out four years
of research and had successfully
installed similar plastic valves in
dogs.
Recordings were made by Dr.
Proctor Harvey of the woman's
heart sounds after the valve was
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against its seating in the tube fol
lowing each heartbeat.
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Fifty Years A Jesuit
CHICAGO (NC) The Rev.
Austin G. Schmidt, S.J., director
of the Loyola University Press for
more than a quarter of a century,
celebrated his 50th year as a
Jesuit at a Mass in St. Ignatius
Church here.
Blast British
For ’Uouitinii
Marshal Tito
Catholic Papers In England
W arn That Ks Marxist
He Is Enemv Of West
LONDON (NC)—British Ca
tholic papers have expressed in
dignation at the government's ob
sequious courtship of Marshal Tito
and its decision to invite the Red
leader officially to London.
The Universe devoted its front
page to the revelations in La Croix.
Paris Catholic Daily, of Tito's
moves to obliterate the Church in
Yugoslavia while he is making pro
fessions of friendship to the West
ern powers and asking their help.
Protest Bulgaria Persecutions
The terrorist persecution" of Catholic Bishops, priest* and lay
men by the Red Bulgarian regime was the subject of telegrams of pro
test to the U.S. State Department urging the government to secure the
freedom of he condemned men. Among those sending protests were,
left to right: Francis I. Nally, of Toledo, president of the National
Council of Catholic Men, representing some 7,000,000 men Mrs. Wil
liam Dalton of Augusta, Me., president of the National Council of
Catholic Women, representing 7,000,000 women and William Stuart,
of Newark, NJ., president of the National Catholic Youth Council,
representing 6,000,000 youth. (NC Photos)
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also warned
The Catholic Tinies
against trusting Tito.
“As a Marxist he is
the economic system
As well as of the Christian princi
ples which lie at the roots of West
ern culture.’’ it said "For Tito as
for Marx religion is the opium of
the people and capitalism the cn
emy of the masses. Hou can there
be any alliance with Tito. What
reliance can be placed on the word
of one whose doctrine is ‘what is
good for communism is good'?
“Mr. Eden might have checked
on this as well as on the treat
ment of priests and nuns. There is
in addition the severely material
question which Mr. Eden ought
surely to regard as essential to the
situation, whether Marshal Tito can
be considered in any real sense an
ally at all. Once before the
west has tried to make an ally
of a communist country. Mr Eden
himself conferred that ir our Rus
sian experiment ‘we had got no
where.’ He is now trying precisely
the same sort of experiment with
another country."
an enemy of
of the West
To (dirl Filthy
Publications
WASHINGTON (NC)
“effective blow at a great
evil” will result from
al hearings on indecent
Mr. Work predicted that no na
tional censorship board or law
would come out of the hearings,
but:
1. A strong demand would arise
for reintroduction of measures to
close loopholes in present laws af
fecting indecent literature such
as proposals to allow postmasters
to impound objectionable material
while awaiting legal action against
the mailer, and provision for heavy
penalties.
2. Under Congressional pressure,
book publishers may and should
write their own code.
3. Public opinion will be arous
ed to demand enforcement of local
laws, and imposition of stiffer pen
alties.
Lay RetreaIs
1952
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Oct. 24-26 Women
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workshop Program Draw*
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Federal Of filial* Attend
The second annual school lunch
workshop sponsored by th*1 Office
of the Superintendent of Schools of
the Columbus Diocese, attracted
more than 300 interested partici
pants from Columbus, the diocese,
and the midwest Monday. Oct 13.
at Christ th*’ King School. Colum
bus.
Headlined by the appearance
and participation of Mr. O. Bey
er Area Field Supervisor. Food
Distribution Branch United States
Department of Agriculture, the en
tire program went on as scheduled
Mr. Beyer, working out of the
Chicago office, outlined the philos
ophy underlying the School Lunch
Program Stressing the need of co
operation on the part of pastor,
sisters and parents. Mr Beyer ex
pressed confidence in the contin
ued growth of the lunch proc/am
An
social
'ongression
literature,
made by
secretary
of Catho
a role in
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Martin Work, executive
of the National
lie Men. NCCM played
passage of the resolution setting
up the House investigation by help
mg Rep. E. C. Gathmgs of Arkan
sas. who became chairman of the
investigating unit, to obtain sam
ples of offensive publications.
Council
Mr. Work, in a statement report
ed by Catholic Men, NCCM month
ly magazine, said there will be in
creasing opposition to the investi
gation because the issue of free
dom of the press will be injected.
"However.” he maintained, “be
cause of the vast amount of in
defensible pornographic material
on hand as evidence, and because
ol the intelligent and energetic
work on the committee, as well as
the assured cooperation of repu
table publishers and distributors,
the net result will be an effective
blow at this great social evil."
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