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home” became his philosophy. So he tied tourniquets around his arms and legs in order to protect his heart before caring for the extremities. But lo and behold! He discovered that his heart began to fail the more he hoarded the blood As soon as he took off the cords and allow ed the flood to flow freely through the body, his health re turned. Which being interpreted means: The more we sacrifice HOLY ROSARY PARISH MIESSE Prescription Pharmacy OeWiaSee' Meet «?*re Ceraae Four Ckttrolti Dultf 555 W. Broad St. FLETCHER 1858 God Love You--------------- Divine Paradox: Bv "Losing Our Life We Find If .. ..... by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen-------------- Once upon a time there wu a man who was afraid he was getting heart trouble. Know ing that the heart must have plenty of blood, he be moaned the fact that so much of it was being ‘•wasted” by being sent out to the hands and the feet Keep 1 We eenateteetly eteek th* latest trn*a l«M B. Maia Ft. 44*4 pay 37. AND LOAN 41 W. GAY ST. The Hammond Organ Freda*** ergaa aaau ef eathearal for others, the more we help ourselves. Our home parish, our home dioceses have grave needs and must be helped, but every now and then we must think of others, for by a Divine Paradox, only by ‘Hosing our life do we find it.” As sending the blood to the extremities of the body aids the heart, so making sacri fices for poorer missions at home and abroad helps the heart at home. The persons and parishes that are most blessed are those who are most conscious of the yearning for Christ among the Christ-less people of the world. The left side of the heart and the right side of the heart have no direct communication one with another. There is communi cation between them only after the blood pours nut from one side, and flows through the en tire body and back again to the other side. So in the Mystical Body of Christ, each Catholic and each parish has communion and strength within itself, only when it dispenses its plasm of self-denial through all the cells of the Mystical Body of Christ throughout the world. Last year the per capita con tribution of the Catholics of the world to the Holy Father for the pnnr missions was exactly two cents The per capita contribu tion of the United States to the Holy Father for the missions was 16c, New Zealand 11c, Canada 9c, Australia 8c, Scotland and Lux embourg 7c, Malta 6c. Ireland 5c. Mission Sunday this year in most dioceses is October 19th Sacrifice a few days salary, a luxury for self or for the house, some of your “capital’,, or the amount of the last increase wages Sacrifice for the sake of the peace of the world in hope that our homes and our families will be blessed in reparation for our personal failings, above all in love of Christ and His Bless ed Mother. In this era God bless es particularly those who make sacrifices for the spread of the holy faith. GOD IX)VE YOU to Mr. and Mrs. W.E.T. who picked cherries and sold them to neighbors to send the proceeds of $10 to the Holy Father’s Missions GOD LOVE YOU to Girl Scout Troop at St. Mary’s for sending part of their dues ($8) to the Missions instead of having a party If you read this after the last Mass on Sunday, October 19th, and you missed the opportunity to do yourself a favor, cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to the Most Rev erend Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 109 East 38th Street, New York 16x, New York, or your Diocesan Di rector Reverend James Kulp. 246 East Town Street, Colum bus, Ohio. CUSTOM BUILT Venetian Blinds Delaware S iarvice A Repairs for All Makes •f Car* U. S Royal Tire* Bill Austin Buick Delaware Ohio Flowers 4 by Gibson 1 Phones 2348 21V Delaware Delaware Milk Co. 27 N. 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Me NCCW president, has wired the secretary that the seven mil linn members nf hri organisation “respectfully and urgently call up on you. in the name nf justice, dec ency and freedom tn denounce this travesty upon justice before the United Nations William Stuart, president nf the National Council nf atholir Youth called upnn the Secretary of State “to strongly protest this miscar riage of justice in Bulgaria and further, tn use all the power of y-ur office tn summon immediate action within the fram*wnrk of the United Nations” Meanwhile the Bulgarian National Committee, an exile group in Wash ington, has written to President Truman asking his help in the case. Dr George Dimitrov, the committee president, urged Mr Truman to attempt to stay the mi 1: Bishop Paul Yamaguchi of Nagasaki, whose mother was killed in the atom-bombing of that city, and Rev. Father Ralph, S.V.D., of Chicago, national director of the S.V D. Catholic Universities are shown on the occasion of the blessing of the first wing (lower photo) of the new Catholic High School, erected there through the generos ity of American benefactors. Its foundations still hold the bodies of 15 boys of high school age. INC Photos) Bulgarian Persecutions Evoke Bitter Protests NCWC News Service Catholic lay leaders in various parts of the country have now call ed on the United States govern ment to bring before the United Nations the case of the Bulgarian Bishop, priests and lay people con demned by a Red court on fabricat ed charges. Bishop Eugene Bossilkoff of Nik opol, Bulgaria, 28 priests, a nun, a lay woman and a number of lay men were “tried” for alleged es pionage and treason by a Red court in Sofia. The Rishop and three priests were sentenced to death, the rest to prison terms varying from three to 20 years Catholic Groups Speak The presidents of the National Council of Catholic Men and Catholic Women and Ca tholic Youth urged Secretary of State Dean Acheson to bring the so called trial before the bar of world opinion al the U.N. In a message to Mr Acheson re traced earlier Francis I Nally nf Tnledn. NCCM president, said “As loyal God fearing Americans, as Cathnhr men, nor organization calls upon our brother citizens and upon our government to take whatever artinn is necessary and practical tn bring this travesty of justice to the bar of international public opinion.” THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1952 execution of the Bishop and three priests condemned to death and also to "move this case in the United Nation^ General Assem bly.” World-Wide Protest Meanwhile, similar voices in pro test were raised all over the world. In Dublin. Archbishop Gerald P. O'Hara, Bishop of Savannah-Atlan ta and papal envoy to Ireland, said: “Undoubtedly the real reason why Bishop Bossilkoff and the priests were condemned to death, and others given long sentences, was their fidelity to the Church and their steadfast refusal to abandon it.” Archbishop O’Hara has had con siderable experience on how things go in a communist country. He himself was ousted from Red Ru mania after serving as regent of the papal nunciature there for several years. Inndon reported that the Vatican Rvdio broadcast heard here rom mented on a Sofia, Bulgaria, broadcast which purportedly gave the reaction of Catholics to the trial. Vatican Radin said that undouhf edly there is “great indignation” among the Bulgarian Catholic* But, it added, this anger is nnt directed at the victims nf the so called trial hut at the Red court and the methods used tn break the will nf these penpie an they "con fessed” crimes they never com miffed In Rome the Central Executive nf the Christian Democrat Party also vniced vigorous protest in a statement declaring that the death sentences handed to Bishop Rossil knff and three priests were just nne more confirmation nf the con tempt nf world communism fnr hu man freedom and liberties The statement pledged solidarity with oppressed Catholics in communist countries and pledged the party tn the principles nf democratic cn operation and to the restoration of human dignity among nations -------------o------------------ NEW YORK, Oct 2 CNC) The 1953 convention of the Catholic Press Association of the United States will be held at Atlantic City, N. J., May 6 to 9. inclusive *5000°° Per Person! Family Q110Policy $12 Insure* Entire Family For 3 Years Indi victual Policy $6.25 3 Y rs. Cancer Diphtheria Scarlet Fever Smallpox Protection from those diseases may be added At Small Extra Cost CALL US FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AD. 1915 The Arthur J. McCann Agency Complete Insurance Service AD. 1915 233 S. High St. FR. 4-3112 Moslems, Protestants Support Legion Of Decency In Malaya Back Catholics In Drive To Boycott Immoral Films And Literature See Danger To Youth SINGAPORE—rNC Protestant* and Mohammedans are reported here to be joining Catholics in support of the Leginn of Decency started last July by Bishop Mich ael Olcemendy of Malacca to com bat immoral films and literature in Malaya. Prominent among those backing the Legion is Gen Sir Gerald Tern pier, High Commissioner of Ma laya. who stated in a letter pub lished in the Straits Times that be regards the Legion as an import ant potential force against inde cent movies and literature. Meanwhile, a great number of Malays (Mohammedans) have al ready signed the Legion’s pledge to boycott objectionable mnvies. In an editorial implicitly backing the Catholic organization. Utuson. the Singapore Moslem newspaper, de dared: “The film censor in Malaya should try tn follow the example of some countries where films are divided into various categories al lowable for screening to various age groups.” No distinction is made in Singa pore and Malaya between films for adults and youngsters. The result is that youngsters of different na tionalities are admitted indiscnm Inately tn pictures which are not only partly, but wholly, objection able. Catholic reaction to the forma tion of the legion has been de scribed as “prompt am’ vigorous.” A process of education has been started through the schools and in the pulpits, and the legion of Mary is conducting a door-to-door campaign explaining the Legion pledge and getting signatures, even from Protestants and pagans. Chief target of the Legion of Decency war against had liter- atholies Number Under 50,0000 hi All Scandinavia NEW YORK (NC)—Five Scan danavian countries with a popu lation of over 17 and a half million have less than 50,000 Catholics. This is a proportion of about 25 in a thousand. The five countries are Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. The Catholic population figures were released by St. Ans gar Bulletin, the publication of St. Ansgar’s Scandinavian Catholic League here. Denmark, with a population of 3614,000, has the largest number of Catholics. 22.000. Next comes Sweden with 18,700 Catholics in a population of 6,986,180. Norway has 4,890 Catholics in a population of 2,846.000. There are 1,870 Cath olics among Finland* 3.888,212 people. 500 Catholics among Ice land's 125.000 There are 99 priests and 812 nuns working in Denmark. Twenty three are native priests 142 are native sisters Norway has 48 priests, 11 of them natives. 450 Sisters. 21 of them natives. There are 39 priests in Sweden, six natives 14 priests in Finland, one native, and ten priests in Iceland, two natives Sweden has 144 nuns, nine natives Finland 20 nuns, two natives, and Iceland 29 nuns, three natives PLATING All Kindt Chremt. Silrer. Capper, Brace end other fintahea FRANKLIN PLATING & POLISHING 8. Sixth St AD. 3842 67 ature art the comics, mostly of American origin which are now being classified from the moral standpoint by the schools When this task is completed, the results will be presented to the authori ties with a request that foreign exchange be denied in the future in cases involving the importation of improper comics. Local Protestants have shown particular interest in trying to clean up the filthy literature sit uation, particularly a stream of pseudo-scientific sex material that is pouring in from India. Japanese Prelate Gives 770 Talks Round the World TOKYO (NO—To Msgr. Aloysius O i a a, S J., Administrator Apostolic of the Vicariate of Hiroshima truly belongs the title of “whirlwind apostle During a recent 14 month trip around the world. Monsignor Ogi hara established a record that even the Apostle Pau) might have view ed with a trace of holy envy. In spite of his delicate health, the Japanese prelate delivered no less than 779 sermons and lectures in four languages—Japanese, Ger man. English and Spanish in 15 countries during the comparatively short period of 420 days. Exclud ing those who heard his 20 radio talks his audiences totalled more than 500,000. In addition to his speaking en gagement* Monsignor found time to baptize 300 Japanese converts and to confirm about 700 others. The countries he visted included the Hawaiian Islands, the United States, Brazil, Mexico, France, Germany and Spain. -------------------o------------------- To Air Film Classifications MENDOZA. Argentina (NC)— Radio Liberatad here has announc pd it will broadcast weekly the moral classification of films madp by the Secretariate on Morality of the Mendoza Diocesan Council of Catholic Action and by El Pueblo, Catholic daily published in Buenos Aires. -------------.—o------------------ ZURICH—(NC)—The “Buendner Tablatt” of Chur, a widely known Swiss Catholic daily newspaper, has just observed Its 100th anni versary RUC Siring that make* ruga a* they were when new BINDING REPAIRING LAYING SURGING SEWING GUARANTEED MOTHPROOFING RAINS S06 Cline St GA 8395 COLUMBUS, OHIO MONEY TO LEND TO WORTHY HOME SEEKERS Were yen with en eM finanelal tn etitatton with ever ST rear* of home fin ancing exporienre et e. eMist roe with a lew-eoet loan at rorrent rate*. «PAteft€ADca Breed St. AD. 58)0 AD. 6342 R. W. Wild. Ptee. O Yoonrmen Bee'S A Complete Line of Religious Articles The Catholic Church Goods M. i. QUINN J. J. QUINN 112 I. STATS STREET AHAMS 4716 COLUMBUS, OHIO For Used Cars or Trucks contact BERNARD O’DOWD, 1352 W 5th KI 6882 JOE TOEPFNER, INC. Central Ohio* largest Studebaker Dealer For a New Studebaker contact DAN CONROY, GA 2970 UN 4157 Complete line of Studebaker Trucks New Era Seen In Japanese Liturgical Art TOKYO -(NC)—A new era in the history nf lapane«-e liturgical art is now in the making, according tn a leading New York Catbnhc art ed itor. He is Maurice Lavanoux. editor of Liturgical Arts, who is on a world tour seeking material for his magazine and whn plans a spp cial Japan number for next Fehm ary. He spent three weeks visiting the principal Japanese Catholic centers, from Tokyo in the East to Hiroshima in the West. He points out that, as far as he can discern, there have already been three periods in the evolution of liturgical art Japan The fust, he said, was characterized by a heavy over lay nf pseudo European culture, while the second began as a result of the impetus given to native art hy Archbishop Celso Costantini. ♦ecretary of the Scared Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith and former Apostolic Delegate tn China. Art Standards Accepted At present. Mr. Lavanoux con tinued, the ecclesiastical art of Ja pan is going through a third and more positive period in which there is greater willingness to ac cept present day standards nf con sfruction and a modern conception of design. “It is at this point.” the art ed itor declared, “that opinions vary among missionaries Some contend that the ancient Japanese forms are not too acceptable to converts, since they remind them too much of their former pagan allegiance, while others claim that a vital liv ing style of building is not entirely suitable to the Christian concept of art OHIO BIDDING CO wp Mystery Shrouds Capnchiifs Death In Red Bulgaria ROME (Radio, NC)—A Capuchin priest has died in a prison in Com munist dominated Bulgaria under mysterious circumstances, accord ing to SICO, information service of the Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Church. The service said the priest was 42-year-old Father Fortunatus Bak alscki. O M.. Cap., who had been arrested July 18. and who was re ported by the Bulgarian police to have died of double pneumonia on an unspecified day during August. Suspicion centers on the cause of Father Bakalscki’s death, SICO said, because he was in robust health at the time he was arrested. It added that neither his religioui superiors, nor his family or anyone else, had been advised that he was ill and in danger of death. Father Bakalscki’s fate recalled the case of another Bulgarian Capuchin, Father Damiano, who was arrested two years ago and has been unheard of since. A re port reaching Vienna last March said the priest had only then been brought to trail for his “hostile attitude toward the communist re tenue. He was condemned to 12 years’ imprisonment, the report stated. i offer these sentiments of deepest gratitude to Bishop Sheen and those wonderful diocesan directors of the Propagation of the Faith, all of whom have been so good to the Near East. THOSE NOVEMBER MASSES: Have our Near East missionanet offer Mass for a loved one deceased during November. Do you know about the Gregorian Masses, offered for thirty dal’s, the whole month of November? Write for information. OUR IA DY’S KREMLIN We know the Kremlin as a sinister place, the headquarters of Stalin and his cohort*. But perhaps you do nnt know that the Church of Our Lady's Assumption was built there. Read about it in our new pam phlet. “OUR LADY’S KREMLIN.” which contains the appeal of Pope Pins XII to the Russian people. We send It to all who give a mite for the new Shrine Chapel of OUR LADY OF FATIMA, which we are building at Adigrat In Ethiopia. Please do help. WAYFARERS We know you will not forget those wayward children in the Home of the Good Shepherd at Dekouane, near Beirut, Lebanon. Your $10 gift will gWe one hope for a month. ANT AD “Mass is sad in a thatched shed Even that is crumbling and the next monsoon will dash it to the ground,” writes Archbishop Seve rios of India about the little vil lage of Pirav^m He begs $2,900 to build a modest little chapel Can you build this House of God for His poor? i Deliver? end Mailing Beautiful Gift Wrapping For A Beautiful SELECTION OF GIFTS and COURTEOUS SERVICE Melee Brehm, Owner Mattreisei GIFT SHOP 1271 Arendview Ave. KI. 6973 C‘ -'cmer Perking In Rear Made Into Innerspringi Made to Rebuilt MattreMea Order A Feather Renovating CALL A Upholstering. GA. 2463 ^e A P/3K5OV5 TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 1115 IS IT A LOST ART? We hope it is not. But even in Our Lord’s time, after he cured the ten lepers and only one returned to thank Him, he did ex claim: “Ten were made clean and where are the nine?” At least, as Mission Sunday is celebrated on October J9 in so many dio ceses, THIS YOUNG MAN proudly stands before th« Dome of St. Peter in Rome. Soon he will go back to a Near East Mis sion land as a priest. Others are trained in na tive seminaries, and this week we beg a kind friend to adopt Joseph, who has five years to go tn the Seminary of St. Joseph in Al wave, India. You may give the $500 needed, in any install ments, over his years of striving for the altar. Won’t you adopt him? OUR LAND Speaking of shopping days be fore Christmas, we must send precious food packages costing $10 apiece to our orphan children in the Holy Land by then. Please help. THOSE SKVEN-DOLLAR-A-MONTH CLUBS assure so many worthy Near East Mission causes of regular help each month. And those price less STRINGLESS GIFTS are really inspired, for they answer those most urgent cases, for which we do not have time to appeal. DOCTOR LUKE On October 18 we did feast St. Luke who was a doctor. So we beg a mite for the DAMIEN LEPER FUND which will go to our little hospital for these outcasts at Tri chur, India. Won't you help thes« poor outcasts? God will surely bless all who ease their sad lot. LOOKING ON JESUS Row pilgrims to the Holy Land fall on their knee* at the sacred sites of Bethlehem. Nazareth and Calvary"! How we envy those who lire around these shrines! But we must never forget that today they are suffering the tortures of poverty and want. And you can give Joy to a little foundling in these towns of Jesus hy your offering to maintain nne for a month Even a $7 gift will do just this for those who always look on Jesus. You show them the charity of Jesus. ALWAYS BURNING Your $15 gift provide a sanctuary lamp to a fear East chapel. It will bum always for yourself and your beloved, ivmg and dead. DURING OCTOBER EVERY MEMBER GET A MEMBER Hear £ast CQiss ionsj^i SrenO* Cardinal Spaiatan, BraaMen* M«*r. Themm J. MeMahoa. Mart Seefy Very tar. Aadraw lageeii Bev. Fatar F. Taahv *•«. Wm. Kafter Dunn fend alt eammunic«v»an« *a. Catholic Tksr Bast Welfare 4M Uxlwgten Av* e» 44* It. New Ye4 17, M. V.