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0S MASS ORDO Liturgy Ol FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, FERIAL FRIDAY. Mass of the preceding Sunday. Violet \estmcnts. No Gloria, Sec ond prayer "Defend us”. Third for the Faithful Departed, Fourth at the choice of .he celebrant, No Tract. No Credo. Common Preface. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, SATURDAY OF OUR LADY. White \estmenis Gloria. Second prayer of St. Valentine. Third of the Holy Spirit. Preface of the Blessed Virgin. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, QU INOU AGESIMA SUNDAY. Violet vestments No Gloria, Sec ond prayer of Sts. Faustinus and Jovita. Third "Detend us”, Credo. Preface of the Trinity MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16 FERIAL MONDAY. Mass as on Sunday Violet vest ments. No Gloria. Second prayer “Defend us” Third for the Faith ful Departed Fourth at the choice of the celebrant. No Credo, Com mon Preface. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. Ferial Tuesday. Mass as on Sunday Violet vest ments. No Gloria Second prayer “Defend us' Third at the choice of the celebrant, No Tract, No Credo. Common Preface. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18, ASH WEDNESDAY Day of Fast and Abstinence. Vio let vestments, No Gloria. Second prayer of St. Simeon 1'hird “De fend us Preface of Lent, Prayer over People. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, Thursday After Ash Wednesday. Violet vestments No Gloria. Sec ond prayer “Defend us” Third for Living and Deed. Preface of Lent, Prayer over People. LOO.Sk LEAF UEVICES OFFICE SUPPLIES FILING EQUIPMENT FAVORS AND NOVELTIES NITSCHKE BROS.- STATIONERS PRINTERS IT East Gay Street COLUMBUS OHIO The Week FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, FRIDAY AFTER ASH WEDNESDAY. Violet vestments. No Gloria, Sec ond prayer “Defend us”, Third for Living and Dead. Preface of Lent, Prayer over People. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, SATURDAY AFTER ASH WEDNESDAY. Violet vestments. No Gloria, sec ond prayer of St. Valentinus, Third “Defend us”, Preface of Lent, Prayer over People. -----------------o----------------- Catholics ('Ondenin Red Persecution Jeuish People NEW YORK (NC) A group of Catholic leaders has subscribed to a public statement which de nounces “the outrageous anti Semitism of the communist world” and the “latest revival of genocide in our times.” The statement has been subscrib ed to by Francis I. Nally, president of the National Council of Catho lic Men Mrs. William H. Dalton, president of the National Council of Catholic Women James A. Far ley, Clare Boothe Luce and Gen. William J. Donovan. It reads: “We call upon I he conscience of the world through governments and the United Nations to protest the outrageous new anti-Semitism of the communist world, and in David’s words, we pray that God will deliver the Jews from the hands of then enemies and from those who persecute them. Having seen our fellow Catholics persecu ted by the Soviets, we offer special ■empathy to Jews in then new trial, in this (he latest revival of genocide in our time.” OSLO. Norway—(NO—It is ex pected here that the Oslo parlia inent shortly will repeal a clause in the Norwegian Constitution which has barred the Society of Jesus from this country lor close to 140 years. SEAFOOD BAY __ BSTER AND STEAK HOUSE your IWT&V HEADQUARTERS Fresh Arrival Daily of All Seafoods Open Daily 11 A M. to 1 A M. 179 N. High at Spring AD. 0849 APPROVED BY AAA why pay more for auto insurance? Well over a million motorist* enjoy this low coit, ocrou the-board, nona»»e»»able protection. If you’re o coreful driver you too con *ave with Farm Bureau in*urance. You get automatic renewal, friendly, na tron wide claim service. Why pay more when you can get maximum protection for le**? 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I RELIGIOUS ART PRAYER BOOKS ROSARIL BOOKS GREETING CARDS Opposite The Cathedral EAST BROAD STREET MAIN 6 9 8 Am Bl CINCINNATI (NC) The first of a series of seminars for Catholic students from Far Eastern countries, to be sponsored by the Catholic Students' Mission Crusade, will be held June 8 13 through the joint facilities ol St. Elizabeth College, Convent Station, N. J., and Scion Hall University. Newark, Msgr. Edward A. Freking, national secretary of the CSMC, has an nounced. The purpose of the six-day semi nar is to provide intensive discus sions of significant opportunities for Catholic Action in the various homelands oof the Far Eastern students. Lectures will be given by outstanding Oriental leaders on economic, industrial, and family The need for some program of special training in atholic Action has heen pointed out by mission ary leaders from Asian countries, who find that the standard courses Dr. (Sonant Pledges (NC) Dr. pledged that or make sug the German capacity as WASHINGTON James B. Conant has he will not criticize geslions regarding school system in his I S. High Commissioner lor Ger many. This assurance was given Io the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee and preceded the committees favorable report nomination for post. on the educator's the diplomatic on Dr, late in the Senate action nomination came Conant's day, the “dinner hour”. It also came announced that it would be put oil indefinitely. Only 10 Senators were on the floor when the appoint ment was considered. Two oi these Senator Francis Case of South Dakota and Henry C. Dworschak ol Idaho spoke against approval. They called the I appointment to the Un Was approved by The two Senators against to tell among against The nomination a voice vote who spoke against it. voted it. It was not possible whether or no' others those present also voted it. Within 24 hour* ol his approval, Dr Conant was sworn in as U.S. High Commissioner loi Germany. Members of both houses of Con gress had received considerable mail voicing opposition to the for mer President of Harvard Univer sity for the diplomatic post. Dr. Conant’s assertion that he would not attempt to interfere in German educational policy came during hearings the Senate Foi eign Relations ommiitee held on his nomination Undei questioning by Senator Mike Mansfield ol Montana, Dr. Conant agreed that as high com missioner he would not “express criticism ol the German school system” or suggest that German state schools be reorganized ac cording to his ideas of democratic school organization. Here a sandwich is just bs important as whole dinner. BAT AT DOERSANVS U4-1» W. BROAD ST COLVMBVS OB1O 1 E CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1953 A Spanish Bishop And U. S. Fleet At Valencia, Spain, the aged Archbishop Emilio Lisson, 81, retired Archbishop of Lima, Peru, ad ministers the Sacrament of Confirmation for 17 U. S. Navy men, from ships of the U. S. Sixth Fleet an chored there. The mayor, Senor Rull (left) acted as sponsor for the men and Chaplain Joseph M. Wadowicz, USNR (right), of Steubenville, Ohio, Diocese assisted. (NC Photos) Far East Students To Attend Action Seminar First Catholi of study offered to students from these areas do not provide ad equate orientation to the problems that will face them upon return to their homelands. these observers say, much poter tial leadership for the apostolale is never realized. As a result, The seminar program was pro posed at the 15th national con vention of CSMC, held last summer at the University of Notre Dame, in which missionaries and students from China, Japan, India. Vietnam, and other Far Eastern countries participated. The general pro gram has been endorsed by the Mission Secretariat lor the Pro pagation »f the Faith (Washington, D. C.), and the plans lor the lirsl seminar have been approved by the diocesan mission direstors oi the Newark archdiocese and the Pater son diocese, under whose jurisdic tion it will be held. -----------------Q.----------------over (Continued from Page 1) Young sen mg the growing com munity. In 1837, Chillicothe had a suf-’ licicnt number ol Catholic lam ihes to justify the appointment of a resident pastor and on June 7 of that Year, the Most Reverend John Baptist Purcell, Bishop of Cincinnati, iaiorod the people with their first pastor in the per son of Father Damian Juncker, afterwards Bishop ol Alton, III Shortly alter his arrival in the city, the Catholic townspeople pur chased a property on Walnut street which was being used as an Episcopalian church. In Septem ber of the same year, this building was dedicated to the Blessed Moth er under the title oi St. Mary. (•rowing with the State, the Catholic population soon numbered over a thousand people and this indicated the establishment ol an other parish in the city. It was determined that the entire congregation should contribute to the erection of a church in another section ol the city and afterwards to the building of a new structure on the cite of the original church. With this in mind a lot was pur chased at the corner of Water and Church streets and here on Aug ust 30. 1846, St. Peter church was dedicated tor the use of the enure congregation of the community in 1849. part oi the people re turned to the former St Mary church as their place oi worship this was a temporary arrangement and two years later a larger build ing on Second street was purchas ed for a church. Assisting Bishop Ready in the Mass will he the Rev Raphael Rod gers, the present pastor of Si Man church, assistant priest. The Rev. Francis Kreuskamp. present pas tor of St. Peter parish will preach the sermon. City Furniture Store Announces L«F*«er Ktnnej City Furniture 2288 Sullivant Ave.. Columbus, announces their annual Valentine Special, using the theme “Bring your Sweetheart to Cit.Y Furniture tor her Valen tine.” This store the newest and last est growing Hilltop Furniture Store has just received large ship merits ot fine li\ing room furni lure and is offering its custom ers $50 trade tn allowance on old living room suites regardless of age or condition. Choice can be made Irom such nationally known manufacturers as San Hygenc. Heywood Wake field. Kcnmor Spring Flex Central and New Waterford suites CurleY and Fred point out their store is known as Aour friendly neighborly store. ADV. Delinquency (Continued fiom Page 1) Plenty of Free Parking Space Here Delmonico (Continued from Page 1) al Spellman's visits have brought them a “new spirit of Christmas joy. The cardinal wore out two priests in his tireless travels to greet men in Korea." Delmonico met Cardinal Spell man at Christmas in 1951. and di rected a 60 voice servicemen’s choir at a Mass which the prelate read near the front lines. It was not the first time, howev er. that Delmonico had ventured so close to the front. On many occa sions, in doing his duty as liason officer between servicemen and their families, he worked under enemy artillery and mortar fire. He was of great assistance in dealing with soldiers’ personal problems, created by tension and anxiety, and in maintaining com munication between them and their families at home. His travels also took him to Koje-do Island and he v. as on the scene when the first of the Red prisoner-of-war riots broke cut there in January. 1951. For his zeal and accomplish merfts, Delmonico was given the highest honor an American civilian can receive from the United States government. By order of President Truman, he was awarded the Med al of Freedom, which Col. Merle Broderick pinned on him at Camp Drake. Japan. Dec. 14. the day be fore he left for the United States. The citation accompanying the medal declares that Delmonico risked his life to counsel soldiers and his “tireless devotion to each man’s welfare contributed greatly to the maintenance of high morale of servicemen.” “His devotion to duty.” the cita tion continued, “and his outstand ing ability are in keeping with the highest traditions of the American Red Cross.” for for and the sanctity of the home, dignity of the individual and moral and civic laws. The board deplored the promin ence given by the nation's press to stories of vice, crime and vio lence and called upon decent citi zens to support courageous law enforcement and to fight social conditions which breed crime. The statement asserted that on the international scene a ’sense of justice and charity” should dic tate that “we must share with the peoples of other nations” an appre ciation of mutual problems, tech nical knowledge of a way of meet ing them and the task ol assisting other nations. The board denounc ed proposals of birth control as a means of meeting the problem of population in some countries as “a shocking denial not only of the dignity and sanctity of the hu man being” but also a “lack of confidence in God and His assist ance in helping man meet the chai lenge.” The Brooklyn born welfare work er majored in group therapy at Ca. tholic University. Washington, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1943. After his uni versity training, he became director of detentions at the Maryland Training Schoo! for Boys, and in January. 1949. he came to Colum bus as director of the Santa Lucia Community House, a Catholic wel fare agency supported by the Com munity Chest. He left here the following Jan uary to become an American Red Cross field director, and after the “a for the In the field ol immigration, board’s statement called lor just and acceptable substitute” the national origins formula present immigration laws, and also advocated abolition of the practice of “mortgaging” future quotas, in such cases as admitting displaced persons and refugees from corn mi'iii nersocution. AreiiLi-I on (I'hing told the board members that in the 31) year of its existence the NCCW has ‘made tremendous progress” and has "accomplished wonders.” Be Loyal To Our Advertisers STORE HOURS 9 to 9 Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday 9 to 6 Wednesday Saturday EXAMPLE Sales Tax $249.95 $ 7.50 $257.45 Old Suite r/ direct to r\(\ Allowance ..........Dv.UU on“Pay........$20745 Pay Balance $2.45 a Week The Catholic Timet, PO Box 636 Columbus 16, Ohio Please renew my subscription for 1953 SATURPAY FEB. 14th Out-of Town Accounts Welcome Retreat Master The Rev. Robert P. Pingstock, S.J., will conduct the women s re treat Feb. 20-22, at the Shrine of the Little Flower, Reynoldsburg. Father Pingstock is a native of Canton, Ohio, and entered the Society of Jesus in 1934. He was ordained in 1948, having finish ed his studies for the priesthood at Loyola University ire Chicago. Previously he had attended schools of the Society at Mil ford, West Baden College and Xavier Hall, Pass Christian. He is now teaching at St. Ignatius High School, Cleveland, where he is also the faculty director of the Fathers' Club and the Al umni Association. parish, has no immediate plans for the future, but he said this week that he hopes to eventually return to Columbus to re-enter Catholic welfare work. --------------_0----------------- IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS. DAN CONNOR INSURANCE SERVICE URL—AUTOMOBILE—LIABILITY FL. 1531 ir. purer better Spread. a five-month stint in Washington, he volunteered for Korean duty. Delmonico. member of Holy Cross longer SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IS $3 PER YEAR THE Brins Your Sweetheart to CITY FURNITURE for HER “VALENTINE” TOR YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE Regardless of Age or Condition t*si8s. I This Suite $378.88 **Your Friendly, Neighborly Store CITY E. H. “C»rtir" L»Fe»«» KA. Mrs. Rank LA. 8061 RntwmGTon crewiictv m. HAVE YOU RENEWED? THIS copy of your CATHOLIC TIMES Newspaper may be your last issue if you have not sent in your renewal through your pastor. Why not cooperate in the cause of the Catholic Press and renew your subscription today if it has slipped your mind? If you live outside the Diocese you may send your subscription (Continued from Page 1) Columbus the Revs. Valdemar Cukuras and Joseph Stanton, both of St. Francis de Sales church, the Rev. Vincent Mooney, Granville the Rev. William Meyer, C.PP.S., Milford Center: the Revs. Francis Yonkus. O.P., Kevin Connolly, O. P._ and Ferrer Cassidy, O.P., all of Somerset, and the Rev. Martin Swaney, M.S.C., Geneva, 111. Mrs. Rank was a native of New ark. the daughter of Joseph and Philomena (Morath) Wehrle. She v as educated at St. Mary’ of the Springs, Columbus. Her husband, the late Dr. Will ard C. Rank, died in 1937. Sur viving are a sister and brother, Sister M. Eulalia of St. Mary of the Springs, and A. T. Wehrle, Newark. Another brother was the Rev. 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