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SOI Eaton Avenue Prelate Warns: "Materialism Is (Communism's Hard Core' Archbishop Cushing (.alls For Laity To Emhrarp Positive Program Of Intellerhial Action MILWAUKEE (NO The Catholic laity has been called to an "intellectual” attack on ism ism effort to capture the initiative. material- ‘the hard core of commun by training through mental This plea for positive action and leadership was voiced here in the keynote, address during the open ing Mass ot the Quinquennial Con gress of the Third Order of St. Francis by Archbishop Richard J. Cushing of Boston, who warned: “Materialism reveals ilself in its most violent, ruthless forms in those countries which are dominat ed by communism. Communism is so blatantly materialist that many people, appalled by its extremes, instinctively oppose it. but they do so without seriously disagreeing with it. Their opposition is to its murders, not to its materialism. Shaky Foundation “Accordingly, their opposition is really on shaky foundations and might easily turn to support if coni munism ever became more polite.’’ Archbishop Cushing saw the Franciscan message to the present generation as a ringing challenge which demands "that we may not keep the Kingdom of God to our- Luncheon Club To Hear Fr. Healev The Rev. Edward F. Healey, di rector of Retreats for the Diocese of Columbus, will be the featured speaker at today's (Nov. 7) meet ing of the Catholic Men’s Lunch eon club to be held at noon at the Virginia hotel. Men’s Luncheon Catholic men participate in The Catholic club invites all their friends to once a month get together at Virginia Hotel. are no dues associated club. Each member pays his luncheon There with the only for __ A guest speaker features each meeting. The entire luncheon program lasts one hour. A. Keller & Son DAIRY Safe and Pure Milk For Babies DO 2418 In.ar. Yanr Fnrmtera Honaa Antemebile Pauline R. 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"Archbishop Cushing noted that the habits ot a generation inclined to substitute the stimulation of the he of the mind, the resulting decline in mental activity results in an in creased unwillingness to accept re sponsibility. to practice self-denial and to encounter those risks which are the concomitant of freedom.” "lhe fact is millions love the Faith enough to die lor it lew have studied it hard enough to be able to defend it. “So many think be given painlessly form a collection will turn them overnight into de fenders of their Faith. They should disillusion themselves with the steady realization that they can get nothing without sweat. Until more are prepared for this grind that is required of them, claims that the laity would like to play a part in the apostolate’ will ring somewhat hollow. The lead has been given but the follow-up has not been con spicuous. This is because the fol low-up requires effort: and that is just what so many of us are not quite prepared to give.” that they can and in tabloid of cliches that Honor Congressman and this the Congressman John W. McCor mack. majority leader of the House of Representatives, in accepting the 1952 St. Francis Peace Medal from Archbishop Cushing, saw in America's efforts "to achieve peace through strength—an action essen tially in the Franciscan spirit.” He “Throughout this i s a cted world we Americans are saying and preaching lhe ideals of Saint Francis—’Let there be peace in this house’—hut the disintegration of the structure ol peace, the pre vailing moral chaos and the chasm of discord that divides the totali tarian from the free world have prevented the realization of our idea. “Our messge of peace has been twisted and distorted by our cyn ical antagonists: our friendly over tures have been scorned. “Nevertheless, this Franciscan ideal of peace is the true goal of our foreign policy, a policy which is designed to achieve through strength, and peace by af firmative action. To this ideal we have dedicated ourselves and our cause.” Set Communion Break fa-1 The Holy Name Society of St. Leos parish. Columbus, will re ceive Holy Communion in a body Sunday. Nov. 9. at the 7 a m. Mass. Alter the Mass, non members will be received into the society. The Right Rev. Msgr. Francis Schwendeman. V.F.. Dean ot the Central Deanery and pastor of St. Leo s, will be principal speaker at a breakfast to follow. Note Communion Sundav Holy Name Society of Immacu late Conception parish. Columbus, will receive Holy Communion in a body Sunday at the 9 a. m. Mass. 100% participation is the goal. The Altar Rosary society will serve breakfast in the school cafeteria following the Mass. CLOTHING SHOES GIVE TO THE IISIIK’ as regional Thanksgiving peace Nov. 22-30. was announced this week by Bishop Michael J. Ready. ion, Hardin. Union and Delaware Counties will be the Rev. Robert Gately, assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church. Marion. Rev. Peter McEwan, assistant pastor of St. Peters Church. Chillicothe will supervise the campaign in Ross. and Vinton Counties. Director of the clothing drive lei, a Mary ot lintzinger 4 Friend THE A 1 O I TIMES, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 1 S 2 pastor of St. Ritas Group SrIlPthilps ppIiup meeting of group The No aid B. Cole. 165 Stanbury The group consists oi ing members: Mrs. E. Mrs. E. U. Brisley, Mrs belt, Mrs. Howard Chaplin. Frank ^’hrist. Mrs. Leo Dowd John Downey, Mrs. Robert man. Mrs. Edwin J. Stedem. Thomas Carroll. Mis. W. C. Eidson. Mrs. R. G. Ernig. Mrs. Clara Cor bett, Mrs. Ralph Fmig, Mrs. John Kochensparger, Mis. M. J. Ryan, sr.. Mrs James Burkey. Mary Scul ly, Florence Poland. Mrs. Walter Neiman. Kathleen McKinnon. Mai garet Ryan. Mrs. Neil Salsich. Mrs. John Seidensticker. Mrs. M. H. Turton. Mrs.' Leo Worden, Mrs. John Ulrich. Mrs. Paul Ritter. Mrs. Henry O'Neil and Mrs. John Kelly. W* L- The PCCW of St. Christopher church, Columbus, will sponsor a turkey dinner Nov. 16 from 1 to 7 p. m. in the school auditorium at 1381 Ida avenue. Price is $1.25 for adults and 75 cents for children. Pictured above are four women who will assist at the dinner. They are Mrs. Angelo Bianco, 1398 Virginia avenue Mrs. Olinda Colaprete, 1516 Virginia avenue Mrs. John Benaoum, 1361 Haines road Mrs. Henry Kulp, 1252 Hope Mrs. Dominic Abbruiiese, -1286 Ashland avenue, is in charge of arrangements, with Miss Helen Botti, 1344 Ashland avenue, as sisting her. Committee heads are Mrs. Anthony Catena, dinner Mrs. Charles Basham, dining room Miss Mary Ellen McAndrews, tickets, and Miss Neda Botti, publicity. INSURANCE TO MEET YOUR NEEDS Whether you are the cause or the victim of an accident, the costs may easily rum 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 Bishop Readx Names 7 Priests Bishop Cracks To Direct Clothing Campaign Down To Stop Kenya Terror mmctniK Mim win for KOREA, and refugees in EUROPE, the NEAR and FAR EAST THANKSGIVING WHK Nov. 23-30, 1952 All C«fStatic Parhfces istant pa Church, James Hanley Holy Redeen mouth, will be lumbus Diocese i William E. Kappe Kappes will head Franklin and Mac NEWARK Biggert Mrs Mrs Mr ind ship Relief National the of the This yc Church, New ark. will organize the campaign in Licking and Muskingum Counties. The Rev. Charles Haluska. assist ant pastor of Sacred Heart Church. Coshocton, will supervise the drive in Tuscarawas. Coshocton, Holmes and Knox Counties, and the Res. rive in 1949. Drive e been very success lothmg winter season was held Oct. 28 in the clubrooms here with the Rev. the c! Activities for November include lhe memorial Mass to be celebrat ed in the Church of the Blessed ent. A communion break scheduled to follow. fast is The sistant ception. speaker for the Nov. 28 meeting. Rev. William Connor, as pastor of Immaculate Con Columbus, will be guest Leo A. Reichert and Norton Markham are co-chairmen of the auction sale which is being plan ned for the near future. Install (If(ii 'PI’S )N Installation the main business a recent meeting of the Knights of Columbus of Coshocton. The fol. lowing were installed by District Deputy Scanlon ot Dennison: Grand Knight. Mike Franz: Dep uty Grand Knight, Jack Goth Fin ancial Secretary. Frank Moliski Treasurer. Al Crescio: Recording Secretary, Richard Basso Chancel lor. Jake Breehl Warden. Renner: Lecturer. Robert Inside Guard. Frank Vitt, side Guard. Art Randall: Dominic Ferchill. Guido Excommunicato* Catholics Pete Artzner: Jr.: Out Trustees, iviello. Jack Ryan 31ain Speaker At Father And Son Night The Holy Name Society of St. Catharine's parish. Columbus, was to have sponsored a Father and Son night last evening (Thursday. Nov. 6) at 8 30 m. Guest speaker was Jack Ryan, head coach of all sports at St. Charles high school. Movies and comments of this year’s St. Charles football games were a feature of lhe evening. Re freshments were served. MrGranerx To Be Honored PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 23 (NC)— A gold medal for distinguished achievement will he awarded At torney General James P. McGran ery by the American Congress of Civ ic. Social and Industrial Achievement, at its 12th annual honor award dinner November 21 in the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel here. Join The Mau-Mau Gang NAIROBI Kenya check the inroads on churches and at inducing and athohes jaiistic movement which expelling all whites from id returning the people to iriginal pagan religious cation against pronounced by of Zanzibar The Ii ish-born Bishop maintains resi dence here Bishop McCarthy labeled th Mau Mau movement as aimed at “the complete overthrow’ and de |th which Christian chool here and burned k into a tabernacle and des the Eucharist. Mrs. Sanger W ill Lead Conference On Birth Control Mrs India 70- year old of birth con arrive here to plan- trol. is expected to lead a world conference ned parenthood opening in mid November. Among the reported sponsors is Dr. Albert Einstein, noted Amer control continues tn oc the attention of the Indian regard it country’s whom o the presents view was publica However, an emphatic tion of the opposing new made available here with tion of a new book. Family Plan ning. by C. A. Saldhana. a Catholic educator. 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