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Welcome To
Western Deanery IHXAX
Plans Recollection Day
The Diocesan Council of Catholic
Women of the western deanery
will hold a Day of Recollection.
I Wednesday. August 26. at Immacu
late Conception Church. Kenton.
Ohio.
Father Vincent Mooney, pastor
of Immaculate Conception parish,
will be conference director for
the day.
All women of the Columbus Dio
cese are cordially invited to attend.
Reservation should be made in ad
vance with Mrs. A. J. Dick, 804
1 East Columbus Street. Kenton.
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ST. GABRIEL'S
CHURCH
Initial
Summer Festival
Aug. 21 and 22
FROM 7 P. M.
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New Italian
Charity Group
VATICAN CITY—(Radio, NC)
Formation of a Pontifical Institute
of Assistance in Italy that will be
the top Catholic charities organize
lion in the country ha*- been an
nounced by the Vatican. It will he
somewhat similar to the National
Conference of Catholic Charities
in the United States.
The new institute, which will
serve to coordinate charitable and
social projects of every kind, act
uallv represents the reorganization
of the Pontifical Relief Commis
sion. which was set up by His Holi
ness Pope Pius XII during the wai
as an official commission of the
Holy See.
Established In 1943 as the Pon
tifical Commission for Refugees
and designed to provide for the
large number of Italian families
uprooted by the war, the name of
the organization was changed by
the Pope in 1945. It then became
the Pontifical Relief Commission
and was charged with the responsi
bility of providin-g assistance for
Italian families and children dur
ing the postwar years. It quickly
became the outstanding Catholic
welfare organization in Italy.
It was announced that the new
Pontifical Institute of Assistance
in Italy had been formed “in rec
ognition of all that has been done
in the field of charity by the Pon
tifical Commission of Assistance,
under the administration of Mon
signor Ferdinando Baidelli.” Mon
signor Baidelli. who has headed
the commission since the begin
ning. has already been named by
the Pope as president of the Conn
cil of the New Institute.
But Watch Out
NEW YORK—(NC) The Mur
phys are still ahead when it comes
to representation in the U.S. clergy
and they're still increasing their
lead over the second-place Sulli
vans. But keep an eye on the climb
ing Kellys.
Three hundred forty-two Fathers
Murphy top all other family names
in the priesthood, a check-up by
Richard Reid, editor of the New
York Catholic Weekly. The Catho
lic News has revealed. Next come
the Sullivans with 300. Then the
Kellys and Walshes with 244 each.
Comparing his present survey
with a list he made 11 years ago,
Editor Reid found that the 12 lead
ers of 1942, still hold the lead to
day. But the Kellys have climbed
from fifth place to tie the Walshes
at third and the O'Briens (now
sixth) have switched with
O'Connors (now seventh).
In 1942. the Murphys led the
Sullivans by 13: now they've stret
ched that lead to 42.
If you're writing to Father John
Murphy, you'd better have the
right address, editor Reid points
out. There are 59 Father John
Murphys—and 24 of these are
John.
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v Still Lead
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES FRIDAY AUGUST 21 19 5 3
Book Honors St. Clare
ST. BONAVENTURE. N.Y.—(NC)
—A special commemorative vol
ume has just been published here
•in honor of St. Clare of Assisi.
Timed to make its appearance for
the seventh centenary of her death,
which occurred on August 11. 1253
the work is entitled “The Life and
writings of St. Clare of Assisi.”
John leads the number of priest's
first names all the way down the
line, with Joseph in second place.
if some families would get to
gether on spelling, Mr. Reid noted,
they could rank higher on the list.
If 57 O'Sullivans, for instance,
would drop that "O", they could
combine with 300 Sullivans to lead
the Murphys. And 51 Kelleys could
join 244 Kellys to top them all.
Watch out for those Kellys!
Honors Fr. Meyer
PLAIN CITY Father William
E. Meyer, C.PP.S.. was the guest of
honor at a farewell basket picnic
held at the St. Joseph School Build
ing recently. Some 150 parishion
ers and friends attended.
tha
A gift was presented Father
Meyer as an expression of grati
tude for the work he has done here
during the past year.
Fa
244
This year's standings: 342
thers Murphy. 300 Sullivans.
Kellys. 244 Walshes. 238 Ryans, 221
O'Briens. 216 O'Connors. 206
Smiths. 178 McCarthy.*. 150 Burkes,
138 Gallaghers and 136 Lynches.
His new appointment to St. Au
gustine's Church. Minster, became
effective August 11. Father Rob
ert Roster. C.PP.S.. of Miami. Okla
homa. succeeds Father Meyer.
PT A NOTES
St. James the Less PTA is com
pleting plans for an outdoor social.
Saturday, August 22. from 8 p.m.
until 12 p.m. at the school grounds.
1628 Oakland Park Avenue. Bob
Verbeck's orchestra is playing for
the occasion. Mr. Robert Locke is
chairman, and Mr. Norman Horn
ing is co-chairman. Refreshments
will be sold throughout the eve
ning. and baby sitters will be pro
\ided for thoe bringing small chil
dren. The public is invited to at
tend. The proceeds from the dance
w'ill help finance the new desks
being purchased fo»- the school. I
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Thought For tho Weak I
Half truths are full of lies.
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Gives Art Department Head an Assist
Diocesan elementary teachers learn more than readin', writin' and 'rithmetic during the summer
school courses conducted at St. Mary of Springs. The Sisters pictured above are learning the fine art
of making hand puppets, just one of the marry useful items employed by grade school teachers to main
tain the attention and interest of little minds that like to wander off the school books. Pictured above,
left to right, are Sisters Maria, O.P., and Mary
head of the Graphic Expression department of
Louise, S.N.D., of St. Joseph's Academy. Sister
perched on her finger. "Buddy" is the mascot
ters studying Graphic Expression
and Specialized Design at the Col
lege of St. Mary of the Springs
this summer are constantly under
the sharp eye and tongue of the
‘Buddy.” the talking parakeet.
Buddy takes an active interest
in the work being done in the Art
Department. When the Sisters are
busily engaged in some activity
with which he is unfamiliar, work
Buddy will ask. “What are those'.”
From his perch atop one ot the
Sister’s veils, Buddy watches Sis
ter Eugene, chairman of the de-
ters in contour drawing. Tempola
Craft, lettering, modeling, carving
weaving, puppet making. Enjoying
freedom of St. Joseph’s workshop.
Buddy is able to supervise all activ
sketching,
finger-paint ing
Observing the
and string-painting,
ments grudgingly,
But most of the time the young
critic croaks complacently. “Pret
ty Buddy.” When he makes remarks
like that, the Sisters wonder if one
can say they are getting the bird.
Services
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA—
Mondays St. Mary Magdalene
Church, Columbus 8:30 a.m.
(Mass and services) 10 a.m., 3
p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6 p.m.,
6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m. 8:15 p.m.,
9 p.m.
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—St.
Peter's Church, Columbus—
Tuesdays, 7:30 pm.
OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU
AL HELP NOVENA—St. Chris
topher's church, Columbus—
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. Ladislaus church,
Columbus Wedesdays, 7:30
p.m.
SORROWFUL MOTHER NO
VENA Holy Cross Church,
Columbus— Frioays, 11:30 a.m.
(Mass and services), 12 noon, 3
p.m., 5:20 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
SACRED HEART NOVENA—
Sacred Heart Church Columbus
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
NOVENA St. Leo's church,
Columbus—Friday 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. John the Evange
list Church, Columbus Sun
days, 7:30 p.m
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA Holy Family Church,
Columbus—Sundays 7:30 p.m.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA NO
VENA—St. Aloysius Church, Co
lumbus—Sundays 7:45 p.m.
Pastors are requested to no
tify the Catholic Times, PO
Box 636, Columbus when no
vena services are started or
resumed in order to insure
publication in ♦his column.)
S)2£s
Keith, O.P., of St. Mary of the Springs Sister Eugene,
the Springs Sisters Mary Agnes, S.N.D. and Angela
Eugene's attention is focused on the talking parakeet
and critic for the class.
1944. Mr
crease a
Buddy com
“Pretty good!”
I he l^hor viarv uoi
out that last ye ar a third of A
ica s If! and 17-vear-olds faile
return to schools atter taking
mer jobs. Be a-ked parents nc
be misled by ‘‘short term of
(unities for teF*n-age jobs.”
At the same time. Mr. Durk-ii
couraged part-time work for
dents to help mt?et school expei
Campaigns for he return to sc
of teen-agers and for equit
part-time empljyment during
on Young Worker
ilian advisors w
Joseph E. Schieder.
The late Maurice Tobin
saded for the training of teen-ag
workers through part-time jot
while continuing their education
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THE OniGIVU/
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Canada will take part tn the ten
discussion groups which will fol
low the talks bv Bishop Helmsing
and Bishop Gorman. These will be
concerned with practical topics re
lating to the promotion of closed
Official delegates of the 62
NLRM member retreat houses and
organizations will gather a day pri
or to the Congress to make a Day
of Recollection before holding
their business meeting and elec-
be housed at Gethsemane Retreat
House, where Bishop Wright will
give the conferences for the Day
Attending the Congress from
this area will be Mrs. Frank H.
Vogel, 247 S. Ardmore Road, Co
lumbus, Ohio, and Miss Inez Mulli
gan, 2001 Tewksbury Road, Colum
bus, who will represent the
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