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FREE PARKING IN REAR Bishop Praises Family Clinic Services Bishop Ready was the principal speaker Monday evening, June 29, at dedication ceremonies for the new Family Clinic at St. Ann's Hospital. Pictured with the Bishop above following the dedication are, left to right, Mrs. Nicholas D. Gallagher, president of St. Ann's Guild Mrs. Roy Krigbaum, member of the hospital advisory board, and Harrison Sayre, president of the Columbus Hospital Federation. Southern Bishop Asserts Emphatically: RALEIGH N. (. I here is no segregation of races to be tolerated in any Catholic Church in the Di ocese of Raleigh,’ Bishop Vincent S. Waters has stated in a letter which was read in parish churches throughout the diocese ‘•pastors are charged with the carrying out of this teaching and shall tolerate nothing to the con trary,” the Bishop stated, saying that he wished to make the state ment “as emphatically as I can" so that “in the future there can be no misunderstanding on the part of anyone groes will be abolished immediate ly as lending weight to the false notion that the Catholic Church, the Mystical Body of Christ, is di vided. “Equal rights are accorded, therefore, to every race and na tionality as is proper in any Cath olic church and within the church building itself everyone is given the privilege to sit or kneel wher ever he desires and to approach the Sacraments withou- any regard loi race or nationality. This doc trine is to be fully explained to each convert who enters the Church from henceforth in the Diocese of Raleigh.’’ The letter was a dear-cut out ----Mass Or do---- LITURGY Of The W E E K SUNDAY, JULY 5 THE SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Green vestments. Gloria Second prayer of St. Anthony. Third of the Octave, Credo, Preface ot the Trinity. MONDAY, JULY 6 OCTAVE DAY OF STS. PETER ANO PAUL Red vestments, Gloria, Credo, Preface of the Apostles. TUESDAY, JULY 7 FEAST OF ST. CYRIL AND METHODIUS White vestments. Gloria. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8 FEAST OF ST. ELIZABETH White vestments, Gloria, Second prayer “Defend us,’’ Third at the choice of the celebrant. THURSDAY, JULY 9 THURSDAY AFTER THE SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Mass as on Sunday. No Gloria. Second prayer "Defend us". Third lor the Faithful Departed. Fourth at the choice of the celebrant, No Credo. Common Preface. FRIDAY. JULY 10 FEAST OF THE SEVEN HOLY BROTHERS, AND STS. RUFINA AND SECUNDA Red vestments. Gloria, Second prayer “Defend us,’’ Third at the choice of the celebrant. SATURDAY, JULY 11 SATURDAY OF OUR LADY White vestments. Gloria. Second nrayer of St. Pius I. Third of the Holy Spirit, Preface of the Blessed Virgin. Won’t Permit Race Segregation line of the Catholic position on ra cial matters, a review of the stand on racial relations held in the Di ocese of Raleigh, and a reminder of the unity that must prevail in the Church. Citing “our Faith” as the cure for “the virus of prejudice,” Bish op Waters said "1 revolt against our children being infected with this virus, when men and women oi good will everywhere can pre serve them from it.” “The virus will not die out of itself. It has to be killed by being exposed to the light ol Faith. The Church does not propose tolerance which is negative, but love which is positive.” “Can men be so callous as to remember race hatred while kneel ing around the cross of the cruci fied Christ?” he asked. In the Mystical Body ol Christ which is the Church he stated, “all the members, no matter oi what iace what nation what qual ities of body, or ol mind, or with how many or how lew possession, all are in one communion il they belong to the one Church. Any thing to the contrary is heresy.” Bishop Walers said that “as pas tor of your souls 1 am happy to take the responsibility lor any evil which might result from different races worshipping God together, but 1 would be unwilling to tm.c the responsibility of those who rc fuse to worship God with a person of another race ... My only sor row is the fear that 1 shall not con vince you of the wile., of Satan." Stating that the teachings of the Church are not alvvay.s easy for all people to practice, Bishop Waters said that Catholics “do these hard things because they are directed by God through the Church and by their Faith in order to save then souls.” “Our Blessed Lord at one time proposing a very difficult doctrine to the Church recalled the re sponse made by some oi His fol lowers: ‘This is a hard saying and who can receive it?’ Turning to His Apostles he said, ‘Will you go away?’ They answered in words of faith, "Lord to whom shall we go. Thou has the words of eternal life’.” Urging his people to practice love rather than tolerance, the Bishop stated: “If Christ said love your enemies, we certainly can love our friends. These are our friends and members of our own body, the Church. “It is our duty ... not only to love them but to serve them, to help them. We need to help them get better educational facilities, better opportunities tor culture. Reading Suggestions for the summer months FOR GROWN-UPS THE MARK ...................... $3.00 William L. Doty STAGE OF FOOLS ............................ 3.95 Charles A. Brady PARISH PRIEST ........................... 3.75 Leroy E. McWilliams CALVARY IN CHINA .................... 3.50 Rev, Robert W. Greene THE BURNING FLAME ....................... 3.00 Frances B. Thornton FOR THE CHILDREN MICKEY THE ANGEL ................ 2.00 William P. GiHooly GOD AND THE GENERAL S DAUGHTER ............. 3.00 Anne llcagney EXPLORATIONS OF PERE MARQUETTE 1.50 Jim Kjelgaard RELIGIOUS ART PRAYER BOOKS ROSARIES BOOKS GREETING CARDS Opposite I he Cathedral 20$ EAST BROAD STREET MAIN 4911 Magicians Honor Msgr, Maiming The Columbus Magic Club will hat e a Requiem High Mass sung on July 7 at 8 a m. in Holy Cross Church. Fifth and Rich Sts., for Monsignor John J. Manning, who died Monday, June 22. Monsignor Manning was a mem ber of the Columbus Magic Club for twenty years and served as chaplain until his departure from Columbus. He was honored by the Club with a life membership for his ability and friendliness. The group also feted him when he was elevated to a Monsignor, and when he celebrated his twenty-fifth an niversary in the priesthood Mon signor Manning invited the Club to participate in the reception at the Josephinum. Magicians throughout the east and middle west will always remember him for his dexterity and showmanship. Members of the Club would be pleased to have all his friends at tend the Mass. Lay Retreats 1953 July 3-5 .................. ...............Men July 10-12 .......... Men July 13-15 .............. ....... Women July 16-19 .............. ......... Men July 24-26 ............. ....... Women Julv 31-Aua. 2 Men Aug. 7-9 ........ Men LAY RETREAT HOUSE St. Therese Shrine S277 E Breed Street better living conditions, better jobs, better pay better homes and families, better civic representa tion ano better friendliness in the community and all of this pre supposes the right to worship God freely with us in the church any where.” The Bishop pointed out that some special Catholic churches and schools were established a few years ago in North Carolina "in order to give a special impetus to the missionary work among the colored people." “Did this mean that the Church was abandoning her centuries-old teaching of ‘one fold and one shep herd’ or that Negroes were there by forbidden to worship in any Catholic Church in the diocese ex cept in those for Colored? By no means. It meant that there was no division but merely that special attention was given to a few. and all Catholics still had the rights and privileges of wor shipping God together, as every where in the Catholic Church. Calling for complete equal rights in Churches, the Bishop urged: “As Americans who have a repu tation for defending the poor and the weak of all races in all parts of the world as Christians who s|, old be dosing all ranks to athe ism- tvinmi-r.m on our frontiers: as Catholic, v. hi rejoice to be found worthy to suffer lor the sake ol Christ, let each and every Catholic be courageous enough to correct any abuse of this kind in the house of God, remembering the promise of Christ, as often as you have done it to these the least of my brethren, you have done it to Me.” “The Church is not made for one section, or one period of history but it is Catholic in time and in territorial extent as well as doc trinal in teaching." -----------------o----------------- Irish Prelate (Continued from Page 1) proveinents, Ireland could easily supply considerably more than her present population. tine of the most interesting and promising developments in Ire land. according to Bishop Browne, has been the creation ot the Mavra na Feirme (youth ot th farm), a young farmers’ movement pat terned somewhat after the 4-11 Clubs in this country. Prior to visiting St Augustine, Bishop Browne had been in Cali fornia for the dedication of the new church and school of Our Lady of the Assumption the par ish of San Leandro, where the pas tor is Father Thomas Browne, a brother of the Irish Bishop, who has been in the United States for 24 years. Bishop Brown* declared that th* virility of th* Faith in Ireland is demonstrated in a special manner by th* large numbers of vocations to the priesthood and sisterhood. He said that Ireland's contribution to th* priesthood coud be regard ed, in proportion *o the population, as on* of th* highest in th* world. The Bishop estimated that each year some 80 priests are ordained for the Irish dioceses, while more than 300 are ordained for foreign missions. Prior to becoming Ordi nary of the Galway See in 1937, Bishop Browne was foi many years professor ot dogmatic the ology at St. Patrick's College, lie lands national seminary at May nooth. County Kildare Bishop Browne, wlv- was born in Westport. County Mayo, is a fluent Gaelic speaker, having been reared near one ot the largest Irish speak ing districts oi the country. He Each Account Insured Up To $10,000 NORTH HIGH SAVING & LOAN CO. USS N Htth at Fifth 4«e. l!N. BJB4 UN 1412 THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1953_______________________________________________ This typical scene of registration at Camp St. Joseph’s, Lockbourne, (right), is re-enacted each Sunday as a new group of campers move in for the week. One of the fea tures they will find this year is the brand new dining hall (above) completely equipped with the fin est of modern equipment. Your ticket purchase to the Kan sas City-RedBird game of July 14 will help defray the cost of this new building, as well as the one at St. Rita's Camp- the other dioce san camp located at Canal Win chester. Father Richard Dodd, camp di rector, anticipates record crowds this year as the campers spread word about the new buildings, ad ditional camp facilities, and im proved camping activity schedule. The Camp St. Joseph dining room is under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Boase, who is a veteran kitchen “general” being helped by John Reilly, of last year’s staff. The famous "Chickagami Lodge,” which has served the boy’s camp for 27 years as combination Mess Hall and Lodge, is now being used as the handicraft shop and indoor activity room. The spacious quar ters have aided greatly in increas ing the craft program—a long time favorite with the boys. William Johnson, a member of the camp staff, is in charge of the leather work. weaving and painting. Family Clinic (Continued from Page 1) founding ot our country, with its great, noble religious traditions, that it is unfortunate to see these great enemies arising not merely to threaten the sanctity and the goodness and greatness of the family, but to threaten everything that is noble and decent in individ uals and social life.” Other speakers on the program ’Irs. Alexander Glockner of Columbus, president of the Dioce san Council of Catholic Women, who noted the importance of St. Ann's in relation to the women ol the community and Dr. R. Frank Donley, member of the hospital staff who stressed the work of the institution in helping man reach his eternal destiny. Miss Helen McDaniel, casework er for the Catholic Welfare Bureau, was chairman of the meeting and outlined the facilities of the clinic. Obstetrical, gynocological and supplemental services are avail able, she said, to all persons, rc gardless of race or creed. Supplemental services include premarital instruction family counseling, and advice on moral problems arising in married life. Under the direction of the Sis ters of St. Francis of Stella Niag ara, the clinic has been opened foi approximately a year. Charges arc $1 or less per visit, accord ing to the patient's ability to nay. At present the maternity clinic is open at II a. m. Mondays, and the gynecological section at 11 a in. Thursdays. Daily programs are envisioned when the work of the clinic gets better organized and known. St. Ann’s was formally dedicated last year after the expenditure of three quarters of a million dollars for complete renovation and the addition of new facilities to serve both obstetrical and gynecological patients. On June 22 this year the said that leaders of the language movement are deeply interested in a project initiated by the Irish Hierarchy to translate the entire Bible into the Gaelic language. Bishop Browne explained this is the first time that a translation is being made that wit' be readily understood by Irish speakers no matter which of the various Irish dialects they use. Hammond broad Your Ticket Into Red Bird Stadium July 14 Helps Pay For This New Dining Hall At Camp Night programs have increased since the boys now have plenty of room in the old hall to practice for “stunt night” and amateur hour shows. At Camp St. Rita, the new "Ka teri” cabin, new pumping system, and other improvements have add ed to the appeal of the girl's sum mer vacation site. CAMP NOTES Forty-eight girls made up the first week’e en rollment at Camp St. Rita while 96 boys enjoyed the program at Camp St. Joseph. Hazel Flowers won the first prize in the “Come As You Deans Conducting Parish I isitations Representing Bishop Ready, the Deans of the separate deaneries throughout the Diocese are making a Canonical Visitation of all par ishes. Msgr. Joseph Casey. Dean of the Southern Deanery and pastor of Holy Redeemer parish. Portsmouth, is completing the visitation of that area. The dates and places remaining on his schedule are as follows: July 6—Our Lady of Lourdes par ish, Otway Holy Trinity, Pond Creek. July 13—Our Lady oi Sorrows par ish, West Portsmouth, and Buena Vista Mission. July 13—St. Mary parish, Ports mouth. hospital was informed of its ac creditation by the American Med ical Association. Its program now will be helped by regular service of additional resident physicians. I er ho ff Jewelers THE HOUSE OF TREASURES atches—Diamonds—Jewelry 1580 N. High St. UN. 7149 Columbus 1, Ohio PRECISION REPAIRING Brownie 10675 Movie Warn Are” party on opening night the annual camper-counselor game followed the gypsy cookout with the counsellors winning, 7-4 Beverly Reed and Martha Flint were prize winners ... St. Rita counsellors, along with Miss Mary B. 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