■White vestments, Gloria,
THURSDAY, JUNE 25,
Days: FA. 7215
Liturgy OflThe Week
SATURDAY, JUNE 20
SATURDAY OF OUR LADY.
White vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer of St. Silvermus, Third of
the Holy Spirit, Preface of the
SUNDAY, JULY 21,
THE FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER
Green vestments Gloria, Sec
ond prayer of St. Aloysius, Credo,
Preface of the Trinity.
MONDAY, JUNE 22,
FEAST OF ST. PAULINUS.
White vestments, Gloria
TUESDAY, JUNE 23,
VIGIL OF THE NATIVITY OF
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.
Violet vestments, No Gloria,
Second prayer of the Blessed Vir
gin, Third for the Church or Pope.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24
FEAST OF THE NATIVITY
OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.
FEAST OF ST. WILLIAM.
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the Octave of St. John.
FRIDAY, JUNE 26,
FEAST OF STS JOHN
AND PAUL, MARTYRS.
Red vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of the Octave.
SATURDAY, JUNE 27,
FOURTH DAY WITHIN THE
OCTAVE OF THE NATIVITY
OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST:
VIGIL OF STS. PETER AND PAUL
White vestments. Mass as on the
feast. Gloria, Second prayer of the
Vigil, Third of the Blessed Virgin,
Last Gospel of the Vigil.
The seventh annual Summer
Festival of St. James the Less
church, Columbus, will take place
on the school grounds at 1652 Oak
land Park Ave., Friday and Satur
day. June 26-27.
John W. Tierney is general
chairman of the Festival. Pro
ceeds will help to allay the expens
es of the construction of a six
classroom addition to the school
made necessary because of the in
crease in enrollment.
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last seven years we
new and additional
the parish schools
These new rooms
total capacity of the eight
schools of Columbus. No
school rooms or facilities have been
built in the past 20 years. In the
have built 66
of the city,
shall need all
the presently available and suit
able high school rooms accommo
dating 2400 students plus rooms
and desks to take care of the new
army which is now moving along in
the grade school classes.
“In 1940 the first grades in all
lists for next September we shall
receive 2500 youngsters in the first
grade of our schools.
“This is the statistical story of
the need for the present campaign
for $2,000,000 for high schools. The
decision to organize this Develop
ment Fund Appeal was dictated by
city parish schools
students. From e
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1953
Committee Members For Deanery Meet
These five ladies are busying themselves with plans for the D.C.C.W. Central Deanery's quarterly
conference to be held Sunday, June 2. St. Cyprian's, Columbus, will be the host parish for the meet.
The ladies' pictured above, all members of St. Cyprian's parish, are committee members for the
function. They are, left to right, Mrs. Constance Nichols, deanery chairman of social action Mrs. Etta
Green, chairman of the refreshments committee Mrs. Margaret Buscher, president of St. Cyprian's
parish council Mrs. Ethelyn Banks, chairman of the decorations committee and Mrs. Louise Colston,
member of the hostess committee. Not pictured is Mrs. Beatrice Hairston, chairman of the hostess
sheer necessity. Neither your pas
tors or myself nor any of our ad
visors among the laity had an ea
ger desire to undertake the task
of raising $2,500,000 The decision
was forced on us by the inexorable
mathematics of the situation and
by a conscientious conviction con
cerning our religious responsibility
“Let me tell the story of the
need for the campaign as it affects
St. Vincent’s Orphanage
years Saint Vincent’s has
1. It has
been a monument of love and hope
throughout all those years to the
citizens of Columbus. Even those
w ho never entered its yard or
there by the
devoted Sisters of
'or many generations
have loved St Vincent’s
and they have made that love prac
tical by a generous support of the
Sisters and the thousands of boys
and girls who found a home there.
“But buildings wear out in the
lengthening years and even the
almost limitless ingenuity ot the
Sisters and Priests, who served St.
Vincent’s, could no longer cope
with the accumulated infirmities of
the dear old buildings. Everyone
has known for a very long time
that something had to be done to
insure a safe and healthy home for
the little children who were oblig-
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TWO 1953 FORD
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
SEDANS ON DISPLAY
ON THE SCHOOL GROUNDS
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the protecting care of the Church.
"This is definitely our rallying
time to show again our willingness
by sacrifice to maintain, to support,
and to extend the needed facilities
tor the religious education of our
youth. I speak not merely to the
vast throng of workers here in Me
morial Hall but to all the wage
earners of our Parishes. This is the
time of judgment on the quality
and loyalty of your faith.
"If I have seemed to emphasize
th statistics of dollars and cents
in describing our present need as
the reason for the campaign, you
know the reason of the appeal and
its urgency. You understand that
all this is but a means to an end.
The need for new’ buildings and ex
panded facilities, and consequently
foi money, is indeed great. But the
real need which «e have set our
hearts and hands to satisfy is that
which springs from our Holy
Faith. Youth needs God and we are
determined to the best of our abil
ity to bring youth to God’s knowl
edge and love and service.
"We do not underestimate the
difficulty of collecting $2,500,000
to make real the cold facts of new
buildings to care for the increased
school population. But neither
should we underestimate our re
sponsibilities to God whose Prov
idence has made us members of His
Mystical Body, the Church, and has
set us as prosperous citizens of
"We must meet the
for present-day souls. By the divine
become works of salvation for our
selves and others. Great strides
have been made in building up the
Church in our community. We can
not falter now!”
Bishop Ready was introduced by
Msgr. Francis J. Schwendeman.
Dean of Columbus and Pastor of
St. Leo’s Parish. The address of
welcome w as delivered by E. Faber
Biggert, campaign general chair
man. Msgr. Roland T. Winel, Chan
cellor of the Diocese, delivered the
opening prayer. Bishop Hettinger,
V.G., gave the benediction. Instruc
tion to workers was presented by
Father Albert Culliton and Father
John E. Byrne. C.PP.S.
Music was provided by a 300
person glee club under the direc
tion of Father Gallen of St. Charles
Seminary and a 50-piece band com
prised of students of the eight Ca
tholic high schools. Bishop Ready
was escorted down the main aisle
of the hall to a position on the
stage by an honor guard of Knights
of Columbus, members of the Co
lumbus General Assembly, Catholic
War Veterans and Knights of St.
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Mass was offered here for Msgr.
the National Legion
who died suddenly
(June 9) at the age of 43. following
a heart attack.
Celebrant of the funeral Mass
was Coadjutor Bishop William A.
Scully of Albany.
Born in New York City February
2, 1910, Monsignor Masterson was
graduated from Xavier High School
here and after two years at Ford
ham University entered St. Jo
seph's Seminary, Dunwoodie, Yon
kers, N.Y. He was ordained June
Following his appointment as as
sistant executive secretary of the
National Legion of Decency in
April. 1943. he served in the South
Bishop Ready, chairman of
the Bishops' Committee on Mo
tion Pictures, dispatched the fol
lowing telegram to Father
Thomas Little, assistant execu
tive secretary of the National
Legion of Decency, upon being
notified of Msgr. Masterson's
"I learned with great sorrow
of Monsignor Masterson's death.
May the Lord grant him the
peace for which he prayed and
worked as a devoted Priest in
the service of the Church. Ac
cept the assurance of my pray
ers. Monsignor Masterson's ex
ceptional qualities of heart and
talents of mind were spent in
forwarding the important work
of the Legion of Decency. He
served the welfare of the Church
and of the Country as a capable
priest and an intrepid chaplain
of the Armed Forces in combat
ting subversive forces of morali
ty and patriotism. As Chairman
of the Bishops' Committee on
Motion Pictures I express to you
and your associates the sympa
thy of the Committee in our
Michael J. Ready
Bishop of Columbus
Chairman, Bishops' Com
mittee on Motion
Pacific for three years during
World War. II as a Marine chaplain.
In 1948, he was appointed execu
tive secretary of the National Le
gion oi Decency by His Eminence
Francis Cardinal Spellman, Arch
bishop of New York He was also
an assistant at St. Ann's Church,
where he was suddenly taken ill
several days ago.
The National Legion of Decency
is the Hierarchy’s official review
group for the moral evaluation of
entertainment motion pictures.
Bishop Michael J. Ready of Colum
bus is chairman of the Bishops’
Committee on Motion Pictures,
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