FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6,
FEAST OF ST. TITUS.
White vestments Gloria. Second
prayer of St. Dorothy.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7,
FEAST OF ST ROMUALD.
White vestments Gloria.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8,
Violet vestments. No Gloria,
Second prayer of St.’ John of Ma
tha. Credo. Preface of the Holy
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9,
FEAST OF ST CYRIL
White vestments Gloria, Second
prayer of St. Apollonia. Credo.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,
FEAST OF ST. SCHOLASTICA.
White vestments. Gloria.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11,
FEAST OF THE APPARITION
OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN
White vestments. Gloria, Credo,
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12,
FEAST OF THE SEVEN HOLY
FOUNDERS OF THE ORDER OF
THE SERVANTS OF MARY.
White vestments, Gloria.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13,
Mass of the preceding Sunday.
Violet vestments, No Gloria, Sec
ond prayer "Defend us”, Third for
the Faithful Departed. Fourth at
the choice of the celebrant. No
Tract. No Credo, Common Preface.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14,
SATURDAY OF OUR LADY.
White vestments Gloria. Second
prayer of St. Valentine. Third of
the Holy Spirit Preface of the
Saturday, Feb. 14
The public is invited to attend
the Valentine Bazaar to be held
Saturday. Feb. 14. at Ryan Hall,
First and Summit streets. Colum
bus under the sponsorship of the
Altar and Rosarv Sodality of Sa
cred Heart parish. Members of
the committee include Mrs. Arthur
Korbel. cake stand Mrs. Clem
Lawler, the SnacK Bar Mrs. Clyde
Neiswander, fish pond Miss Alice
Marie Renz and Miss Hazel Kuh
ley, tickets Mrs. Nora Chatfield
and daughter Miss Eleanor Chat
field, apron and fancy booth.
Cecilia Groarke is president of
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St. Mary’s Parish, Lancaster,
Tops Christmas Day Collection
The generosity of the Columbus Diocese to the Bishop’s
annual plea for *the orphans, the homeless, the sick and the
destitute” was emphasized when the Christmas Day collection
was announced at $77,529.61 this week by the Chancery of
St. Mary s parish. Lancaster, top
ped the annual collection by a
S3.240.30 offering for lhe special
St. Joseph’s Cathedral. Colum
bus, was second with a S3.141.00
contribution. St Mary’s parish.
Marion, with a $2,610.49 collection
Lancaster St. Mary
Columbu*. St. Jojeph Cathedral
Marion. St. Mary ___
Christ the King
Mary Magdalene ...
Portsmouth. Holy Redeemer
Columbus, St. John Evangelist
New Philadelphia. Sacred Heart
Columbus. Sacred Heart
Chillicothe, St. Peter
Columbus. Our Lady of Peace
I-ondon, St. Patrick
Ch ill ient be. St. Mary
Columbus, St. Petor
Columbus, St. Francis
Mt. Vernon, St. Vineent De Paul
Kenton, Immaculate Conception
Delaware, St. Mary
Columbus, Our Lady of Victory
Danville. St. Luke
Columbus, Holy Cross
New Lexington. St. Rose
Newark, Blessed Sac.
St. James the Lees
Logan, St. John
Columbus, St. Michael
Columbus, Holy Spirit
Washington C. H„ St. Colman
Columbus, St. John Baptist
Marysville, Our Lady of Loudres
Wheelersburg, St. Peter
Columbus, St. Gabriel
Somerset, Holy Trinity
Wellston, Sts. Peter A
Jackson. Holy Trinity
Millersburg. St. Peter
Sugar Grove, St. Joseph
Junction City, St, Patrick __________
Corning. St. Bernard
Columbus, St. Cecilia
Ada, Our Lady of Lourdes
Buckeye Lk., Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Westerville, St. Paul ... ...
West Portsmouth. Our Lady of Sorrow*
Groveport, St. Mary
Columbus, St. Margaret of Cortona
West Jefferson, Sts. Simon A Jude
Otway. Our Lady of Lourdes
New Boston, St. Monica
Johnstown, Church nt the Aseensian
Somerset, St. Joseph
Columbus, St. Dominic
Shawnee, St. Mary
Cooksville, Church of Atonement
Newcomerstown, St. Francis
W'ainwright, St. Theoesa
Midvale. St Thomas _____
Columbus. Mother of Sorrows
La Rue. St. Joseph _____.
Grandville, St. Edward
Glenmont, Sts. Peter A Paul ..
Columbus. St.. Cyprian
Calmoutier, St. Geneivieve
Zaleski, St, Sylvester
St, Philips Neri
Mattingly Settlements. St. Mary
Utica, Church nt Nativity
Philo. St. Ann
Strasburg, St. Aloysius
Plain City, St. Joseph
Wa'orh. st. Man
Cardington, St. Joseph
Milford Center, Sacred Heart
Mt. Gilead, St. Matthew __
Bolivar. St. Stephen
Buena Vista, St. Ann
Wills Creek, Our Lady of Lourdes
IxM-kbourne Air Base
Portsmouth. Mercy Hospital
Columbus, St. Rita Home for Aged
Mt Vernon. Mercy Hospital
Mt Carmel Hospital
(Continued from Page 1)
questions, most of them concern
ing property values The Monsig
nor said he had no statistics but
added that the TMHA has denied
that property devaluation follows
necessarily when segregation ends.
Monsignor Doyle said white fam
ilies could help (he situation by
not moving from a neighborhood
just because a Negro family moves
in. Another stabilizing influence
on property values he said, would
be moving the Negroes into all
neighborhoods of the city.
Meanwhile, the TMHA
agreed to postpone housing Negro
families in East Toledo projects
until a study is completed by the
local Board of Community Rela
tions sub committee, of which Mon
signor Doyle is a member.
The sub committee plans an edu
cational campaigr. meeting inter
ested groups to discuss the prob
lem. City Council had washed its
hands of the
matter, referring it to
Spieker, chairman of
board, said: “The
TMHA board feels that it can no
longer deny available housing to
qualified (annlie regardless of
race, especially since integration
has become an accepted policy in
housing projects throughout the
TMHA said it announced the pol
icy when it had 51 vacancies in
the East Toledo projects and a
backlog of 900 elegible Negro ap
plicants The East Toledo projects
contained 733 units which had
been occupied exclusively by
whites Three other public hous
ing projects, with 706 units, had
Negro tenants, with a few white
families one of them.
Mr Spiekei also said the situa
tion reflected the effect of unreal
istic income ceilings, set by the
State Legislature, for public hous
ing. The limit is from $2,000 an
nually for a family with no chil
dren to $3,400 for a family with
seven or more minor dependents.
ELSBERRY Mo. —(NC— The I Jh*
role of Blessed Piu« in reviving B1J
the liturgy will be the theme of I
the 1953 National Liturgical Week!
Conference to he held al Grand!
Rapids, Mich., August 17 to 21. 2 i
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1953
The annual collection is a time
for good natured rivalry between
many neighboring parishes who
seek to outdo each other in the
The complete diocesan total for
the collection follows:.
e St. Augrustiru
(Continued from Page 1)
partment, and to all th* editor*
end staff* of your associated
Catholic paper* and review*.
"Perhaps at no time more than
at the present moment is there
need for the faithful to understand
dearly the relationship of current
events to the unchanging values of
Christian truth and to the Catholic
philosophy of lif‘ so soundly de
veloped on the basis of divine re\
“Your efforts during the month
of February to intensify and en
large the power and influence of
the Catholic Press and thus in
crease the number of those who
are intelligently informed concern
ing the universal interests of the
Church in its saving mission to all
mankind, receive Our whole-heart
ed. paternal commendation, and
We gladly impart to those cooper-
three continents, will be
by parishioners at Zanes
Thomas and Columbus St.
The Immaculate Heart of Mary
Missioners, who work among the
negroes will appeal for funds at
Columbus Holy Cross Chillicothe
St. Peter and Jackson Holy Trin
St. Mary Mag.
To DCCJJ Committees
Three recent appointment* were approved this week by the
Executive committee of the Columbus Diocesan Council of Catholic
Women. Pictured above are, left to right, Mr*. James E. O'Leary,
St. Michael'* parish, Worthington, who was elected to head the
Committee on Parent-Teachers Association Mr*. Franklin M. Quinn,
Holy Rosary parish, who was re-appointed Diocesan Parliamentarian
Mr*. Frank H. Vogel, St. Catharine's parish, who is diocesan chairman
of the religious activities committee. Each new officer will serve
two years along with the Diocesan president, Mr*. A. J. Glockner.
Mr*. Quinn is the only member of the Columbus Diocese currently
on the National Board of the National Council of Catholic Women.
She is the National Parliamentarian.
(Continued from Page 1)
Duane Hunt, who will visit Lancas
ter St. Mary parish.
The Glenmary Home Missioners
of America will tell
in rural, priestless
appeal at Columbus
New Lexington St Rose.
of their work
areas, in an
Our I.ady of
St. Mary and
Among the colorful foreign mis
sion works to be described is the
diocese of San Juan, Puerto Rico,
which will be represented by its
Bishop, the Most Rev. James P.
Davis, who will talk at St. Joseph
The Bishop of Rawalpindi, Pak
istan. the Most Rev. Nicholas Het
tinga will come to Marion St. .Mary.
His Excellency will be in the coun
try following his ad limina visit to
the Holy See. The Most Rev. Hugh
Boyle, ordinary of the Diocese of
Port Elizabeth. South Africa, will
visit Corpus Christi parish, Co
The missionaries of Sts. Peter
and Paul, who have recently open
cd a seminary on E North Broad
way, Columbus, will be represent
ed by the Rex Nicholas Maestrini
at Columbus St. Francis of Assisi
and St. Thomas parishes. Marble
Cliff St. Margaret and Newark St.
•Francis de Sales parishes.
4 7 on
... 45 ,5
The Dominican foreign missions
in the Far East will benefit from
an appeal at Columbus St. Patrick
and Somerset Holy Trinity. The
Maryknoll Sisters, who have mis
The regular monthly meeting of
the Rosary Altar onfralermty will
be held in the school hall on
Thursday evening. Feb 12, at 8:30
In keeping with Catholic Press
month, the Confraternity will have
as their guest Miss Anne Leahy,
a Senior in the College ol Elemen
tary Education ol St. Mary ot the
Springs, who will give short book
reviews on the following books:
Life Begins With Love" by Boyd
Barrett, "Be Not Solicitous”, by
Maisie Wood, and "The Seven
Swords”, by Fr. Gerald Vann. O.P.
All the ladies of the parish are
invited and are asked to bring
ating therewith Dy their subscrip
tions and labors Our Apostolic
THE SIGN OF JONAS
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This book depicts the daily life of a particular Monk whose pre
vious life is familiar to all who read "The Seven Storey Moun
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of a way of life that has seldom been seen from the inside.
CATHOLIC PRESS MONTH
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