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MASS ORDO
Liturgy OfjThe Week
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.
SUNDAY, JUNE 28
THE FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER
PENTECOST
Green vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer of St. Irenaeus. Third of
the Octave of St. John, Credo, Pre
face of the Trinity.
MONDAY, JUNE 29
FEAST OF STS. PETER AND
PAUL, APOSTLES
Red vestments, Gloria, Credo,
Preface of the Apostles.
TUESDAY, JUNE 30
COMMEMORATION OF ST. PAUL
THE APOSTLE
Red vestments,
prayer of St. Peter,
John, Credo, Preface
les.
Second
of St.
Apost-
Third
of the
1
JULY
WEDNESDAY,
FEAST OF THE MOST PRECIOUS
BLOOD OF OUR LORD
JESUS CHRIST
Red vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the Octave Day of St.
John the Baptist (in Low’ Masses),
Credo, Preface of the Holy Cross.
THURSDAY, JULY 2
FEAST OF THE VISITATION OF
THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of Sts. Processus and Mar-
tiniana (in Low Masses), Credo,
Preface of the Blessed Virgin.
FRIDAY, JULY 3
FEAST OF ST. LEO.
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of Sts. Peter and Paul,
Third of the Blessed Virgin, Credo,
Preface of the Apostles, Last
pel of Sts. Peter and Paul.
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Preface of the Apostles.
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Department gave no details of his
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Pfc. Snyder was serving with the
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ision. He graduated from St. Rose
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Former Red Finds Answer
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confirmed when very young, told
of how she fell away from the
church when her family came to
this country in the midst of the de
pression.
In 1932, she became interested
in the Communist Party and “slow
ly but surely became convinced
that it held the answer to the
problems that faced the country.”
Through her position as a Col
lege Professor “Hundreds of
Professors have given their talents
to Communism” she organized
red cells in New York City.
Eyet Were Opened
By 1944 she had risen to a posi
tion close to the inner
the Communist Party
America. “It was then
eyes were opened as to
meaning of Communism,” Dr. Dodd
related.
"I began to see the cynicism at
the top level," she continued. "The
words and the actions of the lead
ers were diametrically opposed.
They played upon the ills of the
people. Insteed of relieving the
ills, they sharpenea them." The
former party membr pointed out
thet "most of those who join the
party do so for no philosophical
reasons but rather are swayed by
the propaganda artists into think
ing the party can take cere of
some immediate problem such as
a need for better housing, better
pay or anti-discrimination legisla
tion."
circle of
here in
that my
the real
She added, “The same holds true
for many fellow travelers drawn
from the professional ranks. Most
of these have never read Lenin or
Marx they are totally blind to the
real meaning of the party but join
ed because of purely emotional
reasons.”
Another factor that was instru
mental in Dr. Dodd’s decision to
leave the ranks of the party was
the extreme brutality displayed by
the so-called leaders. According to
Dr. Dodd, “I saw the brutality
those in power could and did di
rect against those not in full ac
cord with party policy.” She was
to have some of the brutality di
rected at her before her story end
ed.
“It was in 1946,” the Doctor con
tinued, “when a complete reversal
of tactics took place in the ranks
of the party here in this country,
that I began to make conscious ef
forts against party policy
In 1947, William Foster, head of
the Party here in America, return
ed from Europe, apparently full of
instructions from the Kremlin. He
announced that it was the party’s
intention to go underground.
Dr. Dodd made an attempt to
argue the points of the policy and
“found that I had made a serious
error. No one argues with the up-
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per echelon.” It was the beginning
of the end for her as a Communist
Party member.
It was at this time that Dr. Dodd
began to feol completely lost with
out a guide, with her ideals con
corning Communism crashing
about her. She admitted that she
wandered about aimlessly search
ing for something new to fill the
void. She turned to religion for an
answer and tried to find it in many
churches. "Finally," she said, "I
turned to the Catholic Church. I
used to sit for hours in a Catholic
Church, trying to find a life line
again."
Two years ago, she met Father
Keller, the instigator of the Chris
topher movement, and “was very
much impressed.” She worked with
Father Keller for a few months
and became more and more inter
ested in the Catholic Faith.
He suggested that she see Bishop
Fulton Sheen, whom she had met
the previous year, and consider
taking instructions.
Dr. Dodd took up the sugges
tion and began her course of stud
ies. In April, 1952 she was once
again reconciled with the Church.
‘‘It was like finding your mother
again after a separation ot twenty
five years,’
has been
life.”
she exclaimed. “This
the happiest year of my
course ot the interview,
pointed out some of the
In the
Dr. Dodd
lessons she had learned through
bitter experience during her as
sociation with the communists. Her
chief concern is for those who call
themselves “Liberals”.
"Liberals arc the easiest prey
for the Communist organizers/'
she stated. The liberals
looking for something
the Communists always
they are looking for.
vince them that the party has the
answer. The party soon has the
liberal working for it and then
squeezes him to death.”
“The tragic part of it is,” she
asserted, “the liberals never learn
their lesson. They never fully real
ize the role the party places them
in. Liberals are actually flounder
ing between Christ and anti-Christ
and are hopelessly seeking an an
are always
better and
know what
They con­
New Communist Man
“The most terrifying aspect of
the Red menace.” Dr. Dodd said,
“is the desire to create a new Com
munist man.” After the Commun
ists have realized their objective—
that of
order
project
of race­-the
establishing a new social
they will embark on a
of “creating” a new type
new Communist man.
Dr. Dodd pointed out steps that
have already been taken in that
direction. Under the direction of
the Kremlin biologists are at work
now experimenting with animal
life in an attempt to change the
characteristics of the animal
through the use of drugs, hor
mones, etc. Biologists have been
forced to refute the accepted the
ory that characteristics cannot be
inherited, so that another obstacle
to the experiment is dispensed
with
‘‘And look what they have done
to the Slav language,” she exclaim
ed. Under Stalin’s orders, teachers
behind the Iron Curtain are eras
ing such words as “God”, “Sanc
tity”, “Love” from the language
“And,” Dr. Dodd asked, “How
do you suppose the Communists
will deal with those who do not
fall in with their plans for the new
Socialist man?”
Advice To Teachers
Her advice to those in the teach
ing profession “The role of the
teacher is to school youth in the
fundamental concepts of democra
cy, and to show them dearly how
the Communist Party operates. If
teachers will be purely objective
in their teachings and positive in
their approach, youth will see
clearly right from wrong.’
Dr. Dodd herself now teaches
the philosophy of Communism at
St. John’s University in New York.
She also practices law having
taken up private practice when
she broke with the party. She re
latcd how the party members made
it extremely difficult for her to
find a new life after the break
The party had published a reso
lution citing Dr. Dodd as “anti
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TV Show Uses Article
Written By Loral Nun
“A Tribute to Sister Mary”, the
latest television program in the
series “Inside Catholic Schools”,
sponsored by the Cleveland Board
of Catholic Education, used part of
a vocation article written by Sister
Maryanna. O.P.. a faculty member
of the College of St Mary of the
Springs.
Sister Maryanna’s article, “Wed
ding Veils and Wimples” appeared
in the May 20 issue of the Jose
phinuni Review.
John A. Wiegand of the Cleve
land Diocesan School Board Office
has requested permission to tele
vise the entire article with dra
matic adaptation, organ music and
pantomime on a future program.
NCWC Correspondent
Hah Brush With Death
SEOUL—(Radio, NC)—Father
Patrick O’Connor, correspond
ent of the N.C.W.C. NEWS SUR
VICE, narrowly escaped injury
when a bomb exploded a bare 15
yards from the correspondent's
billets here.
Father O’Connor, an Irish Co
lumban and veteran missionary
in the Far East, had just fin
ished writing dispatch for the
Catholic press and was in the
yard trying to move a jeep when
the bomb was dropped by an
unidentified plane. Two Korean
watchmen were seriously in
jured in the explosion.
St. Bernard Honored
DIJON, France (NC) Ob
servances marking the 800th an
niversary of the death of St. Ber
nard of Clairvaux have been open
ed here with an international his
tory congress. More than 100 pa
pers on St. Bernard’s life, times
and works were presented by his
tory scholars from France, Ger
many, Spain, Switzerland and oth
er countries.
Semitic, anti-negro and a totally
degraded person They took away
her clients and made her life one
of complete frustration for many
years. In fact, it has just been re
cently that she has found life a
little more pleasant. According to
Dr. Dodd. “They apparently consul
er me quite harmless now.”
The interview cloved on a note
of hope and encouragement for
those members of the Catholic
faith who carry on the fight
against Communism. "If America
is saved from th* menace,' she de
clared firmly, "th* Catholic Church
must be given th* credit."
i on Have fieri
many of these are persons who
have moved, or tor some other rea
son were not on parish lists.
Everyone makes mistakes.
Don’t feel badly if you
been overlooked.
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Development Fund Catholic High
Schools and St. Vincent’s Orphanage
To provide funds for the Development Fund—Catholic
High Schools and St. Vincent's Orphanage in Franklin
County, Ohio and in consideration of the subscriptions of
others, l/we promise to pay to the Treasurer of the De
velopment Fund—Catholic High Schools and St. Vin
cent's Orphanage, the TOTAL SUM OF
II$- ■______
Payments on the above total are to be made monthly or quarterly or as
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Attend Dedication Of St. Gabriel’s Church i
oh
Dedication of the new St. Gabriel's modernistically-designed church took place early this month
with Bishop Ready presiding. The church was filled to capacity for the Pontifical Low Mass which
featured the dedication ceremonies. Construction of the church, established June 12, 1952, principally
to serve AMVET village, was begun Sept. 7, 1952, and observed its cornerstone laying in November of
last year. Principals pictured at the June 7 dedication included Monsignor Harold O'Donnell, Bishop
Ready, Monsignor Harry S. Connolly, Father Urban Nagle, O.P., and Father Earl Holtzapfel.
Bishop Asks
Sane Sunday
Observance
In connection with the coming
celebration of Independence Day,
Saturday, July 4. Bishop Ready in
a letter to all pastors, notes a grow’
ing tendency to deny God His due
worship.
The Bishop urged in particular
the "elimination of gross commer
cialism on Sunday.” He pointed
out, “Unfortunately, there are the
few' whose God is the dollar and
whole kingdom is the market-place.
They care not for the things of
God and they regard not His com
mandment to keep Holy the Lord’s
Day.”
At the-same time, Bishop Ready
makes it clear that “We do not
seek the blighting blue Sunday
laws which would suppress joy and
recreation and a pleasant time.”
Pointing out that unnecessary
labor and business transactions
are forbidden on this one day in
the week which (he Lord claimed
as his own. he continues, “Many
citizens by their patronage of such
merchants have encouraged the
breakdown of the Lord’s Day ob
servance and the wider commer
cialization of Sunday.”
“It would be well that while we
celebrate the independence of our
Country and its dedication to true
liberty,” the Bishop concluded, “we
remember to acknowledge our de
pendence on God. We shall serve
our Country best by serving God.”
Polish Reds Move
To Keep People
A wav From Mass
LONDON. (NC)—The Polish com
munist regime has made a new
move to keep that country’s Cath
olics from church on Sundays.
That is the reaction of informed
sources here to a Warsaw Radio
announcement that all stores willII
be kept open on Sundays. The I
broadcast said this would make it
possible for working people to do
their shopping and marketing on
that day.
The regime had previously initi
ated the following moves to keep
people from the religious obser
vance of Sundays. It organized
special "outings” for workers which
begin early Sunday morning and
last the entire day. Ked officials
frequently call party meetings din
ing hours when church services
are scheduled.
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Catholic Monthly
GRAZ, Austria (NC) Only
two small Catholic publications
still exist in communist Yugoslavia
after the forced suspension of
Blagovest (Annunciation), Catholic
monthly of Belgrade.
The Belgrade magazine, which
was limited to a circulation of
about 2,000. decided to stop publi
cation after its editors met insur
mountable obstacles from the com
munist printing plant where it was
printed.
The two remaining monthlies,
with a total circulation of 1.000.
are the shattered remnants of a
once flourishing Catholic press in
Yugoslavia. Before the commun
ists seized power it numbered 152
publications—dailies, weeklies and
monthlies.
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