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Television viewers in the Colum
bus Diocese as well as the country
over will have the opportunity to
make a spiritual retreat in then
homes on the last four Sundays of
March, and the first Sunday in
April. “A Living Room Retreat”
will be conducted by THE CATH
OLIC HOUR Produced by the Na
tional Council of Catholic Men,
THE CATHOLIC HOUR will be car
ried by 47 NBC TV stations from
coast to coast, including WLW-C,
channel 3. Columbus The program
will be televised from 10:00 to
10:30 p. m. on Sundays, March 8,
15, 22 and 29 and April 5.
Host for this Lenten series of
programs will be the Rev. Bertin
Roll, O.F.M., Cap. who will act as
the “living room retreat master.”
Fr. Roll, the director general of
the Archconfraternity of Christian
Mothers in Pittsburgh, is well
known for nis work with mothers
and children on home life, as well
as for the many family retreats he
has given. But he has never given
a “Living Room Retreat” via tele
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During each half hour program
Fr. Roll will lead the television
viewers in prayer and meditation
He will delivei a short sermon,
centered about one of the virtues,
conduct a problem clime, and sug
gest certain family practices which
might be adopted in every home
The virtues, which will embrace
the theme of each program, in
dude pray* rfuln* s acceptance ol
God's will, patience, humility, and
thoughtfulness.
Assisting Father Roll will be
Catholic radio, stage and television
performers who will demonstrate
(he family practices and illustrate
various portions of the sermonette.
Among those appearing will be
Robert Gallagher who has just
completed a successful run with
Bert Lahr in “Two On The Aisle”
Pauline Drake, charactei actress
and formerly a cast member of
‘‘The Jack Bennv Show" Fiances
Peter, television and radio actress,
and David Anderson, who some
years ago was on»' of the children
in "Life With Father” on the
stage and who piayed the grandson
in the January series of TV pro
grams produced ov NCCM for THE
CATHOLIC HOUR
During the problem clinic. Fa
ther Roll will answer questions
which arise out of the practice or
lack of it of the particular virtue
Each problem will be humorously
illustrated, but the solutions will
be practical and understandable.
During the first program on
prayerfulness. for example, such
problems as “I am distracted when
I pray” and "My prayers are never
answered” will be discussed and
solutions suggested
THE CATHOLK HOUR will ori
ginate from the NBC-TV studios in
New York City Dean McCarthy
produces for NCCM Doris Ann for
NBC. Martin Hoade is the director.
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NEW LEXINGTON The first
quarterly meeting of the Eastern
Deanery. Dioceson Council of Cath
olic Women was held recently in
New Lexington, with 150 members
attending. St. Rose of Lima was
the host parish.
A workshop on retreats opened
the meeting which was held in the
St Aloysius Auditorium Mrs. Pat
rick E. Flood, chairman of religious
at fix ities in the deanery displayed
colored slides showing a retreat
house.
The Rev. Edward F. Healey. dio
ci san director of lay retreats, .spoke
on Retreats—They Are Wonder
ful.” Miss Pearl Hughes of Crooks
ville, Mrs. Mae Campbell of Lan
caster, and Miss Margaret .Mary
Kaiser of Logan explained what re
treats meant to them.
Later in the day the business
pieeting was conducted in the au
ditorium under the direction of
Mrs. C. L. Chute, president. At this
session the Rex. Vincent Mooney.
C.S.C.. spoke on “Personal Sanctity
Is For All.”
Benediction for those attending
was held at the St. Aloysius Acad
emy Chapel afterward, and a buffet
luncheon in the St Rose school hall
closed out the affair.
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Si. Joseph's Priors Sets
Patron's Novena. Mar. I I
SOMERSET—St. Joseph’s Priory
will be the scene of devotion in
honor of its Patron. Joseph ot Naz
areth. Spouse of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, and Foster Father of Jesus
Christ as the Dominican Fathers
begin the annual Novena in pre
paration for the feast of the Saint
on March 19th.
The Novena will begin on March
11th with Masses and services at
6 00 and 8:00 a. m., and devotiorts,
including a sermon, at 7:30 p.
Ceremonies w ill be conducted
daily.
The Reverend Edward B. Finnin.
O.P., of the Dominican Mission
Band and stationed at St. Louis
Bertrand Priory. Louisville. Ky„
has been invited to preach and
to conduct the Novena The Nov
ena xvill conclude with Solemn
Mass on March 19th at 9.00 a m.
and final services the same eve
ning at 7:30 m. The public is
invited
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH «, 1953
Registering For Reccent DCCIf Meeting
Seated at the registration table at the DCCW meeting are Miss Hilda Allen and Miss Marguerite
Gordon. Standing at the table ere Mrs. Sim Gordon (left), Mrs. E. W. Hecker and Mrs. Dan Mcllvoy.
In the background are Mrs. C. L. Chute, Eastern Deanery president, and Mrs Aloysius Beshara, president
of the St. Rose parish council.
Polish Cardinal
New ictiin Of
lied Attacks
LONDON -NO— Poland's high
gear propaganda campaign against
the Church has struck at the high
est Catholic prelate there. His Em
inence Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski.
Primate of Poland.
The attack on the recently creat
ed Cardinal was made by Zycie
Vi arszawy. official government
daily in the Polish capital. It cli
maxes months of propaganda
charges against various Polish
priests and Bishops.
According to a copy received
here, the government daily called
Cardinal Wyszynski and Josef Car
dinal Frings. Archbishop ol Col
ogne. the
Polish pe
greatest foes of the
republic in the Col-
iinals.”
The paper charged that the nexv
Cardinal is "carrying on in Pol
and the Vatican’s politics contrary
to the interests of the people’s de
mocracy.” It added: “Let there be
no doubt that in the matter of the
recovered (former German) terri
tories, the Polish nation stands on
one side, and the Vatican and Car
dinal Gyszynski on the other.”
At the same time the Red regime
is using terror and violence to car
ry out its new decree making all
church appointments subject to
communist approval.
Red police removed by force a
pastor, his assistant and a house
keeper from a village parish in the
Katowice diocese. At first the at
tempt to remove the priests was
foiled by an army of faithful who
termed a solid human line around
the rectory. Confronted with this
scene the Red Police simply drove
away. But they returned three
nights later and seized the priest
and the housekeeper.
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Novena To St. Joseph
The annual nine-day novena in
honor of St. Joseph will open at the
Carmelite Monastery. 2065 Barton
PL at 4 p. Wednesday. Services
will be held daily at this hour.
All who desire to share in the
graces should address their peti
tions to the Carmelite Monastery.
Honor "Catholic Mother
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Ninety-nine-year-old Mrs. Catherine Bartholome, mother of Co
adjutor Bishop Peter W. Bartholome of St. Cloud, receives the Pro
Ecclesia et Pontifice medal from Bishop Joseph F. Busch, 87-year old
Ordinary of th Diocese of St. Cloud and senior member of the Amer
ican Hierarchy. Chosen "Catholic Mother of the Year" in 1942, Mrs.
Bartholome will celebrate her 100th birthday on May 4. Left to
right: Bishop Bartholome, Bishop Busch, Rev. Robert Smith, Rev.
Arthur Hoppe. (NC Photos)
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PTA NOTES
The PTA Assor lation of Christ
the King parish will hold its
monthly meeting on Thursday
March 12 at 1:30 m. in the school
The Rev. Thoma Sabrey of St
Charles College, lest speaker, w il
discuss "Vocation1
Mothers of the -econd grade stu
dents will serve as hostesses, with
Mrs. Harold Mirvis as chairman
CATHOLIC LADIES TO MEET
CORNING The Catholic La
dies of Columbia will hold their
monthly meeting at the Eagles
Hall. Thursday evening Mar. 12.
at 7:00 p.m. Refreshments will be
served before the meeting and spe
cial entertainment will be feature^
to the interest of all members.
NEW CARDINAL VISITS FATIMA
FATIMA. Portugal (NO—His
Eminence Carlos Cardinal de la
Torre. Archbishop ol Quito, cele
brated MaA in the Chapel of the
Apparitions here en route from
Rome back to his native Ecuador.
One of the newly elevated Cardi
nals, he went to Rome to receive
the Red Hat from the Pope.
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Dr Pauline Dean upecialist in
pediatrics and chief of resident
physicians at Children's Hospital,
will speak to the members of Notre
Dame de Namur Alumnae of St
Joseph Academy at their regular
quarterly meeting on Saturday,
March 14 The meeting will be pre
ceded by a luncheon at the Seneca
Hotel at 1:15 o'clock
Dr Dean is a member of Notre
Dame Alumnae from Liverpool,
England and has recently become
affiliated with the Columbus Chap
ter
Mrs. Louis uint is chairman of I
the program, and the Rev Law
rence J. Corcoran is Spiritual Mod
erator of the Columbus Chapter.
Reservations should be made not
later than March 10 with Mrs
Ixuis Quint EX 1417 Mr- James
A Grady. FA 3453. or Mrs. James
Vogel. FA 7546
Initial plans for the annual St.
Mary of the Springs Academy
College Ball were made recently
at a party held in the home of
Mrs. John Huston Mrs. Huston,
who will be general chairman of
this year s affair, wib announce
her committees at a later date
WAINWRIGHT—Members and
friends of the St. Thesese Altar
Society here have been invited lo
a covered dish dinner on Sunday.
March 15. to be held at St. Paul’s
Church in Midvale. The St. Paul
Altar Society is sponsoring the
exent in honor of the Rex'. Ralph
Dermody. whose birthday falls
on March 15.
At a recent meeting of the St.
Tberese group, contributions were
xoted for vigil light holders for
the church, the Heart Fund, and
members were also asked to help
support a young Italian who is
studying for the priesthood All
money collected will be sent him as
ac Easter gift.
A week-end retreat for mem
bers of the St. Agatha Women’s
Club is scheduled on March 20
a’ the Shrine of the Little Flow
er Mrs. Clement Roach, who is in
charge of reservations, can he
leached at KI 5158.
At the regular monthly meet
ing on March 4. members were
entertained by a group of the
Merry Masquers from St. Mary
ct the Springs College Patricia
Fallon and Phyllis Joseph did a
scene from "The Heiress:” Alice
Klemon read ‘‘A Pan of Luna
tics.” and Patricia Kern and Bar
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Tuesday, March 10. at 8 p. m.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Rosary Altar Confraternity of
St, Mary Magdalene parish, Colum
bus. uil: be held Mar. 12 at 8:15
p.m in the school hall Installa
tion of newly elected officers will
be held. Mrs. Thomas Murnane,
past president of the Central Dean
ery. NCCW, w ill act as installing
officer. Officers newly elected to
he installed include: Miss Grace
Price, president Mrs Helen E.
u a u e vice-president Mrs.
George Gunderson secretary Mrs.
T. A. McCormick treasurer. Miss
Margaret Bendon will act as pro
gram chairman.
I he X'- man Mothers’ Club
will hoid a monthly luncheon,
Wednesday. Mai 11 at 12:30
n Xev man Hall 1946 Iuka
ave olumbu Co-chairmen
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Mrs. J. Cunningham are plan
n ’it. a delicious luncheon and a
pleasant alternuun All former
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bring new friends.
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