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BURTON & SONS 10S6 I. Fifth Av,. FA. 3054 FOR SALE 271 S. BROADLEIGH RD ST. CATHARINE'S parish. 8 room, 4 yr. old brick horn*. Center hall plan. Large living room, dining room, den, kitchen and lav. on first floor. FOUR BEDROOMS, large closets, tile bath on second. Tiled recreation room, workroom and laundry in base ment. Twin automatic gas heat. Double garage. One and one half blocks to school, church. Owner transferred. Reasonable offer consideied. Call DO. 5373 for further information. Thru the Years I We have enjoyed a healthy growth, because of confidence placed in us by our investors. We are proud of this growth, and of the equitable dividends we have paid. ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED UP TO SI 0,000 DOLLAR FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS’N ■6^. 51 I. Gay St. AD. 3148 Current Dividend Rafe 2i% Official records indicate... 1 CAR DRIVER OUT OF 3 CAN EXPECT STARTING TROUBLE THIS WINTER! Here's how Sohio Guaranteed Starting Protection helps you avoid these four major causes of car-starting failure! A v.W #5 tXcwl rotordt Uww tbot obout 750 OOC O*»io con teilod to start last wmtar. Cw »bis basts, on« ovl of tbroo drivers eon *xpaet trouble th,» wmiee But the esa*oe eassses ol this trouble con be anticipated and prevented with Sohio Poor unseed Stortmfl FroSection at no extra cost I Ask for GUARANTEED STARTING PROTECTION, world's mdy and services guaranteed to gtve you sure starts all winter long! The Cathedral (Continued from Page 1) seat or throne which indicates the teaching authority and spirit ual governance ol the Bishop, who holds the succession and the office ot Apostle, 'lhe Diocese or See. of which the Cathedral is the heart, is a territory, or more prop crly a community of the faithful, divided into a suitable number of groups of parishes served by the diocesan clergy in unity with the Bishop and under his direction. "All the dioceses throughout the world are apostolic units ol the unique society which is the Church. All the Bishops are united under Christ living on earth. Just as the diocese embodies and ex presses unity in itself and with the undivided Church, so does the Ca thedral embody and express the awareness and love of that unity on the part of the faithful. "The children of the Church al ways have endeavored to build and maintain their parish Church es. as well as their oratories and shrines, in a worthy manner, spai ing no effort to make these edi fices true monuments of beauty and devotion. “But the Cathedral is more than a parish church/ It is the focal expression of the meaning of all the parishes. When "Christianity was Europe and Europe was Chris tianity.” there was a general BATTERY: One of the biggest causes of winter starting failure is the battery! This year. Sohio Guaranteed Starting Pro tection includes a unique new peri odic battery-check plan. There is no charge for this service. LUBRICANTS: Gear osl that is too heavy or motor oil that doesn’t flow drags your bat tery down. Guaranteed Starting in cludes rhe right weight lubricants in transmission and differential, and free flowing. sludge-resistant winter grade Sohio motor oil in rhe crankcase. FROZEN GAS LINES: Guaranteed Starring Protection in cludes Super Hi-CyL a tested gasoline anti-freeze that gives positive pro tection against this major cause of trouble. GASOLINE: Gasoline with improper starting and warm-up characteristics can cause the engine to fail to start, or start but scop again. New. improved Sohio X-tane and Sohio Supreme gaso lines have exactly the right qualities for Ohio driving! SOHIO Tuesday Is Check-Up Day At St. Cyprian s The fine co-operation of members of St. Cyprian's parish, Columbus, and the Columbus City health department, make this every-Tuesday-scene a familiar one at St. Cyprian's school. Pictured above are students at the school visiting the nurse's room which is completely equipped for helping maintain the health of the pupils. Mrs. Martha Deibel, a city health department nurse, visits the 144 enrollment school every Tuesday from 1-3 m. to check weights, peer into sore throats, and other wise examine the children. The Rev. John Van de Pter, assistant pastor, was a key figure in securing the facilities. s Place In The awareness of this fact in the Com munity of Christendom, and there was a conscious purpose of pro claiming it by the rearing ol mag nilicent and enduring Cathedrals. A divided Christendoi has made the awareness less general and the purpose less consciously realized. Yet the tact remains that the Ca thedral is the chief bodily expres sion of unity and solidarity of the faithful in Christ and in His Church. "The great Cathedrals which all the world admires aie the fruit of Christian unity manifesting itself in the love, the reverence, the obedience, the loyalty of commun ities of people to GocL "In the building of notable Cat thedrals. capita) and labor—to use terms familiar today—were wed ded in a truly blissful union. The building trades were developed. The best artists lovingly lent their services to the work The hest sculptors wrought their designs under the inspiration of religious truth. Labor unions were ideally formulated in the sanely managed and well balanced guilds of work ingmen In the process of construc tion. because dedicated to God. nothing was skimped o slighted. Artisans were made into artists ere the task was completed. "Time, too.” the Bishop contin ued, “was made the servant and not the master. There was no mad rush to bring the building to com pletion. Many a builder gave his careful service in the full know I edge that neither he nor his chil dren, or even his children's chil dren would look upon the perfect ed edifice Heie in truth was time lessness expressed. Each builder gave his best to the task at hand, content to realize that at some far day his contribution would have its place in the finished perfection of the Cathedral and its signific ance in its glorious meaning. "’Wins, as we see. the Cathedral has its part in the industrial cul ture of mankind. Indeed, never since the building of the great Ca thedrals has the harmony possible among industrial factors been so clearly demonstrated, nor their proper balance and smooth inter relations so splendidly instanced The modern world, laigely mater ialistic and mechanical in its ac tions and its ideals, might very profitably pause to consider what noble lessons it can learn from re Retreat Mastei The Rev. Thomas Diehl, S.J., Chicago Province regional direc tor of the League of the Sacred Heart, will direct the retreat for lay women Nov. 7-9 at the Shrine of the Little Flower, Reynolds burg In his position as director, Fa ther Diehl's chief job is to aid diocesan and local directors of the Apostleship of Ptayer in promoting devotion to the Sacred Heart. One of his main activi ties is preaching weeks of repar ation to the Sacred Heart in par ishes of the Midwest. THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1952 Comm unitv O' ligion actively at work in the trades. I he Cathedral was the recog nizcd scat of spiritual and relig ions authority. The word "authoi ity is not populai in our times Th fault is not in the word, but in the habit of modern men to con fuse true authority with mere au thoriatiianism. Authority is not a harsh assuming of power, a making of might to serve the place of right. On the contrary, it is the rule of sanity, of right, of a power that can justify itself and its claims to honest minds. The au thority of the Apostles to teach was given to them by Christ, who told them to speak with His voice as well as in His name: "He that heareth you. heareth Me.” Only truth carries authority. The re quirements of truth do not shackle the mind but give it freedom. Ig norance binds and fetters its vic tim but truth strikes off the bonds: “You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” “It was to teach truth that Christ instituted His Church. The Church was to teach truth as Christ taught it. and Christ ‘spoke as one having authority.’ It is this authority, enlightened, justified, existing only to manifest truth and to direct men in the ways of truth, that found embodiment in the ‘cathedra- and in the Cathedral itself. To teach men how to live on earth so that they may find etern al life with God in heaven—this was the great purpose for which the divinfly commissioned author ity was exercised. “The Cathedral was the seat of authoritative teaching. It was also the seat of culture and learning When resurgent paganism darken ed the world, the Cathedral schools kept the lamp of education glowing. And with spiritual les sons lessons carried into daily practice and not held simply as shining theories the Cathedral schools and the Cathedral influ ence imparted the lessons of prac tical charity flowering upon the ground of solid justice. ‘‘There was no need then to cry for civil rights, for social security, for racial justice: all were cared for as children of one Divine Fa ther. brethren of the one Divine Christ. The Cathedral was and in fact, remains, although largely unrecognized by the world a school of essential religious truth, a school of culture, a school of social justice. SOI Eaton Avenue 1------------------------------------------------------------------ i Of Intern*! To Catholio Radio Programs Saturday, Nev. 1 WRXS. Cohimbu*. 14M K 12 .% 'AirersfT Fla*h" th* Work of th* Sir Fore* Ground Oh««rr,r F*»t opwetod by the Brn’har* of Mary knoll Swnnary at Oarming, N. Y will b* f«atur*d.» WHM ColiMMbu* *1* K* 4.46 p. w —"Cathwlie Nowf” Sunday, Nov. 2 WI.W, Cincinnati, TOO "Catholic Hour” Wednesday, Nov 5 BHKC Colomiu, «1« KC, 0. "Family Theatre" TV Program* Sunday, Nov. 2 WRN.W-TV, It 1pm. •‘Columbua Chuf^pheti” St. Jowph’a, Circleville Enters Float in Parade CIRCLEVILLE Members of St. Josephs church. Circleville, participated in lhe famed Pumpkin Show by sponsoring a float in all the parades and a booth along (he midway. The float, manned by boys and girls of the CYO, depicted the ap pearance of the Blessed Virgin to lhe three children of Fatima. On the back was the inscription "Our Lady of Fatima. Pray for Ls and “Pray the Rosary." On the side was written, in purple letters on a white background, "Russia Will Be Converted.” The midway booth was sponsor ed by the Altai and Holy Name societies. The Altar society is also planning a series of card parties lor the third Tuesday of each month. —.---------- -—o------------------ Bishop To Preside Ma*« Wednrada} St. Charles Bishop Ready will preside at a Miss Coram Episcopo Wednesday, Nov. 5. in the chapel of St Charles college, Columbus. The Mass, scheduled for 10:30 a m.. will commemorate the feast of St. Charles Boromeo. Tuesday Nov. 4 The Rev. Robert White, profes sor at St Charles and assistant pastor of St. Joseph Cathedral, will deliver the sermon. o-------------------- Program Presented A unique Halloween program featuring piano numbers, vocal se lections and performances by the modern dance group, was pre sented yesterday. Thursday at a student assembly at the College of St. Mary of the Springs. Colum bus. Lav Retreats 1952 Oct. 30-Nov. 2 ..................... 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