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WITH THE NEW GENERAL ELECTRIC FOOD FREEZER MASS ORDO Liturgy Of The Week FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 VIGIL OF THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS Violet vestments. Second Prayer of the Holy Spirit, Third for the Church or Pope. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1 FEAST OF ALL SAINTS White vestments, Gloria, Credo. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2 THE TWENTY-SECOND SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Green vestments, Gloria. Second prayer of the Octove of All Saints, Credo, Preface of the Trinity. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3 COMMEMORATION OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED ALL SOULS' DAY Black vestments. Masses (each priest may celebrate three Masses) as in the Missal. Sequence in all Masses. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 FEAST OF ST. CHARLES PHYSICIANS’ SUPPLIES W endt-Bristol Co. TRUSSES SUPPORTS BELTS EXPERT FITTERS New Fitting Room* on First Floor “The Prescription Store of Columbus** “We Have It” B. State St. 731 No. High St AT) «1«8 MA 3133 WE DELIVER You ore COME IN EARLY. YOU SAVE... I SAVE... 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Just freeze them in your G-E reezer and enjoy them all year 'round! You can freeze fresh fruits and vegetables right out of your garden fresh-caught fish and game! (Depending on game laws. I Many G-E Freezer owners say they save $120 a year— or more! Come in today and HI Aufhoriied Dealer 1894 PARSONS AVE GA. 2196 (Continued from Page 1) lie Dioceses of Ohio in promoting the common good in the fields of education, social welfare, hospital ization and industrial relations. It insists that moral principles must permeate all these fields of activ ity. The Bishops attending the meet ing included the Most Reverends Karl J. Alter, Archbishop of Cin cinnati, Edward F. Hoban, Bishop of Cleveland, Emmet M. Walsh, Co adjutor Bishop of Youngstown, George J. Rehring, Bishop of To ledo, Michael J. Ready, Bishop of Columbus, and John K. Mussio, Bishop of Steubenville. While urging a more liberal im migration policy, which would per mit several hundred thousand more refugees to enter the country, the OCWC members indicated also the Ohio Catholic Welfare .Conference Catholics Lead In Japan, Archbishop Doi Says Catholics, many of them recent converts, are leading a vigorous campaign to halt Communism in Japan, the Most Rev. Peter Tatsuo Doi. Archbishop of Tokyo, asserted here last week. The Japanese prelate was a guest of Bishop Ready, during a stopover here on his way to Rome for his adlimina visit with the Holy Fa ther The Archbishop repaid the visit which Bishop Ready made to him while in Japan in 1945. One of the chief participants in the anti Red campaign is the ath olic Students' Federation, whose members work with particular et fectiveness in Japan's large uni versifies, the Archbishop said. He observed that there w,ere only 8,(MX) Catholics Tokyo when the war ended August. 1945, and that this figure has now jumped to 20,000, including 10,000 adult con verts Archbishop Doi is grateful to some 700 foreign missionaries and the enthusiasm of Japanese laymen for spreading the faith "You must tell your people of the amazing help we get from vol untecr lay catechists, the prelate declared. "Many are only recent converts themselves, and yet they actually turn out 200 at a time to attend evening classes in theology to prepare themselves for carry ing Catholicism to the pagans.” These theology classes for lay men, instituted by the Archbishop, are held once a week The COUTM extends two years. Aside from the classes, Japan has 166 Catholic schools with near ly 50,000 students. No definite fig ures are available as yet as to the number of Catholics among stu dents and lay teachers, but it ap pears that the majority of them are non-Catholics. The National Cath olic Committee in Tokyo gives the total number of teachers as 3,068, THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 1952 Columbus Delegation At Welfare Meeting Pictured above is the Columbus delegation to the Ohio Catholic Welfare Conference meeting hek last week in Cincinnati. Left to right, front row are John D. Connor the Rev. Augustine Winkler, Diocesan Director of Social Action John M. Caren the Rev, Vincent Martin, O P., St. Joseph's Priory, Somerset. Row two. the Rev. Lawrence Corcoran, Assistant Director of Catholic Charities the Rev. Bennett Applegate, Diocesan Superintendent of Schools Charles Connor the Rev. David Dennis. As sistant Editor of the Catholic Times the Rev. William Kappes, Director of Catholic Charities. need of "continuing concern about the Displaced Persons re-located in various parts of the State.” The OCWC commended the state welfare department “for promoting public consciousness oi the prob lem of caring for mental defectives and the aged.” It encouraged state authorities to continue "in then program to increase welfare fa cilities and for the continued im provement of services for the spir itual care of wards of our state A'el fare institutions.” The Social Action section of the conference declared it "would like to see a study in all the high schools throughout the state rela tive to the number of hours spent in labor by boys and girls in the fourth year of high school. Anti-Red Fight among them 773 priests, Brothcis and Sisters. Included among the schools are two graduate divisions, five uni versity colleges, seven junior col leges, 11 middle and high schools, 25 elementary and 16 special schools. Five schools were opened in the past year. Archbishop Doi is humble in the face of such progress, realizing the immense task which lies ahead. Al though the Tokyo See has 20,000 Catholics, it also has 8.580,000 oth er inhabitants who are strangers to Christ’s Church. The Archbishop, who speaks in halting English, frequently called on his companion, the Rev. Dr. Law'rence Nagae, to act as an inter preter. Father Nagae is chancellor of the Tokyo Archdiocese and pas tor of the Cathedral there. Meeting “Overwork may find its reflec tion in the intellectual inactivity of the student during school hours,” it was said. Expressing concern over the economic and social instability of the southeastern part of the state, caused by the increasing mechani zation of the coal industry, the So cial Action section recommended that the OCWC work toward legis lation to encourage the influx of other industries into the coal-min ing area so that workers deprived of jobs in the coal industry might not leave the area. The Hospitals Section, after dis cussing a hospital licensure bill proposed by the Ohio Hospital as sociation, expressed itself as re luctant to "flatly recommend the passage of such a law.” It declared it would be willing to subscribe to a licensure provided it would be under the control of "hospital peo ple”, with a sufficient representa tion of Catholic members. The Hospitals Section also made a number of comparisons between Catholic and non-Catholic hospitals. It said: “The percentage of Catholic hos pitals receiving Hill-Burton money in comparison to grants to non Catholic institutions is of current interest to both Catholics and non Catholics, with unfavorable com ments proceeding from the latter. “Here in Ohio there is a total of 25,392 general hospital beds, of which 6.780 are Catholic, for a to tal of 26.7 per cent. The total amount of money granted in Ohio under the Hill-Burton act amounts to $18,043,709. of which Catholic hospitals have received $5,031,652, or 27.9 per cent. It is evident that our Catholic hospitals are not re ceiving an excessive amount of Federal funds for hospital con struction, since we have 26.7 per cent of the hospital beds and are receiving 27.9 per cent of the Fed eral funds. “To look at the same question in another way, there are 61 Hill-Bur ton projects in Ohio, 16 of w'hich are Catholic hospitals, for a per centage of 26.2 per cent. Again, this shows that our Catholic hos pitals are receiving their rightful share of Federal funds, but not in excess.” After a study of several aspects of the operation of Catholic and non-Catholic hospitals in the state it was concluded that, "for ail practical purposes, there is no dif ference” in the cost of operation, percentage of occupancy, length of a patient's stay, the number of ma ternity cases and the number and percentage of beds and patients. Ohio has 35 general hospitals. 18 three-year training schools for nurses and three collegiate schools of nursing under Catholic auspices, it was reported. The members of the Section on hospitals extended congratulations to Msgr. R. Marcellus Wagner, a Cincinnati representative, upon his recent elevation to the rank of Prothonotary Apostolic. Attention was called to "his outstanding work in the fields of Catholic Charities and hospital activities not only in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati but in the state of Ohio and national ly." —o---------------- Helicopter To Place Statue PARIS (NO A statue dedi cated to Our Lady of the Air, pa troness of aviators, soon to be plac ed atop the tower of a chapel in the suburb of Saint-Claud, will be lowered into place from a helicop ter. INSURANCE TO MEET YOUR NEEDS Whether you are the cause or the victim of an accident, the costs may easily ruin your entire life. Pro e yourself. Be adequately insured at all times! Call us now for complete details. Just dial MA. 1374. Sheehan Insurance Agency 145 N. High St. Columbus Rural Life (Continued from Page 1) and an active member ever since. A priest for 47 years. Monsignor Hildner is a charter member of the National Association of Soil Con servation Districts, and wears in his lapel the rarely bestowed “Master Conservationist” pin awarded by his native State. He is rural life director for the St. Louis archdiocese. A Manhattanite transplanted to a rural area of Canada told the convention that "the problem of the land like all other major problems confronting the world— is fundamentally spiritual.” He was Brendan A. O’Grady of St. Dunstan s College, Prince Ed ward Island, who grew up among East Side tenements and midtown department stores, ran copy for The New York Daily News, and taught at a large metropolitan high school. For the past four years, the Notre Dame graduate says. “I have found myself in a rural area quite alien to my origi nal training and environment, dis cussing English literature with college students who have grown up on family farms or in small villages. -----------------o----------------- MEDELLIN, Colombia (NC)—A mother w ith 18 living children and two others with 17 children each received Government awards of 1.000 pesos, about $400. for the largest families in the province. 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 UNITED REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 581 W. Town St. MA. 4231 Frigidaire and Tyler Refrigeration Equipment Sales and Service I fi i 7 s ,i Noted Jesuit Sociologist, Age 79. Dies In St. Louis ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 22 (NC)— A Requiem High Mass was sung here this week for Father Joseph C. 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