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Text of Note
To Eisenhower
Made Public
ASUNCION, Paraguay (NC)—
The text of a joint note by the
Bishops of Paraguay to Dr. Milton
S. Eisenhower deploring the activ
ities of some U.S. Protestant mis
sionaries in Paraguay has been
•made public here.
The note was sent to Dr. Eisen
hower while he visited the Para
guayan capital during his good
will and fact-finding tour ot Latin
America. The tour was made on be
half of his brother. President Eis
enhower. Dr. Eisenhower, the pres
ident of Pennsylvania State Col
lege. has since returned to the
United States and reported to the
President on his trip.
The note of the Bishops states
that the propaganda of some U.S.
Protestant sects “justly arouses
the anger of our people” and cre
ates “an atmosphere of dislike and
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even hostility against the United
States.
The damage done to U.S.-Latin
American relations by U.S. Prot
estant sects was called to Dr. Eis
enhower’s attention in at least two
other countries during his fact
finding tour. Top Ecuadorian lay
Catholics gave the President’s bro
ther a memorandum to the same
effect. Another one came from
some 300 lay Catholics in Colom
bia.
The note of the Paraguayan
Bishops was signed by Archbishop
Anibal Mena Porta of Asuncion.
“For some time,” it stated,
“without considering the fatal con
sequences of their destructive ac
tivity. various U.S. Protestant sects
have been working against our
Catholic unity which is part of
our people- by means ot a propa
ganda and proselytizing approach
so inciting that it justly arouses
the anger of our people.
“This attitude of the Protestant
sects carries a double consequence.
It sows confusion and even indif
ference in the religious field, un
dermining our Catholic unity
which stands as the strongest bul
wark against 1he foreign ideas and
systems of atheistic and material
istic communism. It is also, sad to
say, creating an atmosphere of dis
like and even of hostility against
the United States because our peo
ple are convinced that this entire
flow of intense, proselytizing ac
tivity is directed, animated and
supported by U.S. citizens. This
does not occur with sects from
other countries.
“The Catholic people ot Para
guay would hold a deep sympathet
ic feeling as well as admiration
and gratitude for the great Amer
ican people if. at this very crucial
time in history in which the high
est spiritual values of our Chris
tian civilization are at stake, the
Protestant sects would direct
their proselytizing activities not to
ward wresting the Catholic Faith
from our simple and believing peo
ple, but toward spreading the
Christian faith among the count
less masses of indifferent, un
believing and pagan people who
have no knowledge of Christ’s
truth and who represent a
malignant ferment for communist
inspired social upheavals.”
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HONG KONG—The number of
priests clapped into jail in the
iecent wave of arrests in Shanghai
is now* estimated at 40. Another
40 priests, mainly Chinese, are
under house arrest.
These figures were brought here
by two French Jesuits "ho are
among the most recent mission
aries to be expelled from (hat Red
terrorized city.
Thirty of the priests thrown
into jail are foreigners, the mis
sionaries said. Ten are Chinese.
The missionaries described the
Shanghai jails as crowded with
people in misery, many of them
in chains. In addition to the 40
priests jailed. 15 leading Catholic
laymen were tossed into prison
by the Reds, the missionaries stat
ed.
The priests related that on July
18 an emissary from the com
munist government approached
Bishop Ignatius Kung of Shang
hai and asked him to become
head of the Red-sponsored “Inde
pendent Catholic Church.” The
Bishop gave the emissary a per
emtory refusal. So far no official
action has been taken against the
Bishop.
LENNOXVILLE. Que. —(NC)
Mother St. Tharcisius. foundress
of the St. Peter’s Hospital at Can
ton. China, has reached Hong
Kong and will return to Canada
for a rest.
At Hong Kong she reported she
had been held for 18 months by
the communists because they were
in need of medical care. She un
derwent two “trials” on a charge
of being responsible for the
deaths of patients who had un
dergone operations. At one she
was acquitted and at the second
she was fined the equivalent of
$200.
Six weeks before she left China
th* Medical Union of Southern
China gave her a medal for her
work in the inoculation of pupil*.
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Sees Prejudice Lessening
Among History Writers
ANTIGON1SH, N.S.—(NC) The
modern non-Catholic scholar “who
is shorn of prejudice” was praised
for joining Catholic historians in
the revival of real history, by Bish
op John R. MacDonald of Antigon
ish as the Canadian Catholic His
torical Association convened at St.
Francis Xavier University here.
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Protestant Missioners Harming U.S., Bishops’ Note Warns
It’s a ‘Luckey’ Refugee Family
John Luckey, member of th* Sprinkler Fitter* Local 281, Chi
cago, read an article in a Catholic magazine describing the destitution
of some million Chinese living on the sidewalk* and in cellar* of Hong
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tve of War Relief Services—National Catholic Welfare Conference,
tells Pipe Fitter Kwai Leung that his family have been “adopted"
by Mr. Luckey. Th* instance is typical of the aid contributed by
union labor to refugees from Iron Curtain Countries.
---------------God Love You------------
Other Sheep Have
That Are Not of This Fold
—■............. by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen-----------
“Why bother with heathens
and pagans? They are no con
cern of the Church.” All men
are Christ's sheep. Though some
know’ nothing
of His name,
He says: “Oth
er sheep I have
that are not of
this fold. Them
also must I
bring and
there shall be
one fold and
one shepherd.”
I
The scum of
our cities, the
starving in Indian villages, the
leprous in pagan Africa, all
these are Christ's. Our Lord pic
tures them as “going astray” not
as “gone astray”. They are wan
dering, not irretrievably lost.
They are rather like silly sheep
that kept concentrating on a tuft
of grass until finally they got
caught in the brambles of sinful
habits and the thorns of error.
Our Lord regards every soul
that does not love Him as a loss
to Himself. The Divine Heart
goes out after lost property.
Think of it, these billion pagans
He considers as lost out of His
sheepfold because they have for
gotten to love Him.
Suffering in union with Our
Lord, our 100,000 missionaries
leave “the ninety-nine sheep”,
namely those countries where
the Church is established, and
go in search of pagans. Because
they are not with Christ, the
Christ-like love of the mission
aries go after them until “they
find them”.
That is where you come in!
The Holy Father has to assign
missionaries to foreign fields
He has to set up camps to nour
ish the starving sheep, schools
to educate them and chapels
wherein they may adore their
shepherd.
Think what one sacrifice does!
It is an act of faith in the Vicar
of Christ to whom your offering
goes through His Society for the
Propagation of the Faith it in
corporates you with Christ on
the Cross by a sacrifice of a lux
ury or part of your capital it
begets merit for your eternal
salvation through saving souls
that otherwise would be lost.
GOD LOVE YOU to the fol
lowing: to K.A.C. “Enclosed is
$100, part of an amount intend
ed for a rainy day, but every
day is a rainy day for the Mis
sions.” ... to J. J. L. “This $10
was sent to me, but being in
Korea and in no need for it, I
thought the Missions could put
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selection in o«r new Annex. 836 Sixth.
Stapleton’s. 829 Sixth. Phone 3-2731.
Coal
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IT PAYS IO PATRONIZE
THE TIMES ADVERTISERS.
it to good use.” ... to Mrs. F.
M. for $5. “When my son was
born 1 was upset because he re
ceived no silver cup. I was go
ing to buy one, but decided he
would enjoy his milk just as
well from a plain cup when
there are so many children with
nothing to eat or drink.”
to V.B. “1 am enclosing $5 that
I was going to put away in the
bank but thought it could be
used feeding the poor starved
children.” ... to M.A.M. for
$3. “In our family we have be
gun the practice of passing a
bank for the Missions at the
main meal each day. We thank
God for His goodness to us by
giving something for His poor
children in other lands.”
to Mr. and Mrs. W.B. “The en
closed $15 we give in thanksgiv
ing for a very happy marriage
and many other blessings
to F.P.G. “I have become 24
years of age, the 24th of July
and am sending $24 to the Mis
sions.” ... to J.W.P. “Enclosed
is $4 which I would have paid to
my cleaning woman. She didn't
come so I did it myself.”
to Mrs. N.M. “My husband gave
me this $12 for new clothing, but
I can’t help thinking of the poor
priests in foreign lands who
need help so badly.” ... to Mrs.
A.K.T. for $10. “This was origi
nally intended for a couch cov
er, but I’m sure the Missions
could use it to a better pur
pose.”
Take out an annuity in the
Holy Father’s Society for the
Propagation of the Faith. Write
for particulars Send us your
request and a $2 offering for
the Missions, and we will send
you one of our multi-colored
World Mission Rosaries.
Cut out this column, pin your
sacrifice to it and mail it to
the Most Reverend Fulton J.
Sheen, National Director of The
Society for the Propagation of
the Faith. 109 East 38th Street,
New York 16x, New York, or
your Diocesan Director, Fa
ther James Kulp, 246 East Town
Street, Columbus 15, Ohio.
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College to Reopen
WORCESTER, Mass. (NC)
Tornado-wrecked Assumption Col
lege will resume classes in Sep
tember in a 10-classroom building
recently purchased as a temporary
location. It will be between one
and two years before the school
can operate with completely re
built facilities, Father Armand De
sautels, A.A., President of Assump
tion, has announced.
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Relief Head
Lauds Catholic
Aid to Korea
HONOLULU (NC) Catholic
missionaries and agencies in Korea
received high praise here for their
“outstanding” contributions toward
the rehabilitation of that war-torn
country.
The praise came from Miss Au
gusta Mayerson, chief of the divi
sion of voluntary agencies, United
Nations Korean Reconstruction
Agency, who visited Honolulu
while on her way to the mainland
after more than a year in Korea.
She singled out the work of War
Relief Services- National Catholic
Welfare Conference and the famed
Maryknoll Clinic at Pusan, as es
pecially notable among the “won
derful work done by many relig
ious and social groups, Catholics
and Protestants.”
She noted that the relief sup
plies funnelled into Korea through
NCWC “graphically demonstrated
the generosity of the Catholic peo
pie towards the victims of war.”
The “untiring efforts” of Msgr.
George *M. Carroll. M.M., NCWC
Relief director in Korea, are an in
spiration to all. Miss Mayerson said.
Directly working with the Kor
ean population in the field of so
cial welfare are approximately 27
religious and social agencies. Ca
tholic and non-Catholic. whose
work is coordinated through the
Korean Association of Voluntary
Agencies, she reported.
0.
15,000 American
Catholics To Visit
Europe in 1954
NEW YORK—(NO More than
15.000 American Catholics will
make pilgrimages to shrines in Eu
rope during 1954. the Messenger of
the Sacred Heart has estimated.
Alexander Colgan, advertising
manager of the national Catholic
monthly, based his estimates on the
fact that next year will be the
100th anniversary’ of the proclama
tion of the dogma of the Immacu
late Conception as well as an ad
limina year for American Bishops.
He stated that the two factors
will combine to encourage “numer
ous Catholics to visit Rome and
the famed shrines of Europe.” He
looks for “a definite substantial
increase in travel to Europe by
Catholics during 1954.”
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Tito Employs Russian Methods
In War on Church, Editor Says
LONDON (NC) “Marshal
Tito, who broke away from Russia
and the Cominform, is, neverthe
less, still a communist and is using
the very same tactics as the com
munists of eastern Europe in his
attempts to break the Church in
Yugoslavia.”
This editorial comment was of
fered by the Catholic Times on the
reports that Auxiliary Bishop
Francis Franic of Split was attack
ed and beaten by a mob at the
Dalmatian coastal town of Makar
ska late last month.
The comment is typical of oth
ers in the British Catholic press,
which has never ceased to de­
nounce the violent anti-Catholicism
of the Tito regime. These com
ments pointed out that despite Ti
to’s promises and the adulations of
the British government and secu
lar press during his much publi
cized visit to Britain, his persecu
tion of religion remains as cruel
as ever. Some comments expressed
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open doubt at the sincerity of
Tito’s break with Moscow.
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Film on Missionary Life
In Africa Wins Top Place
PITTSBURGH. Pa.—(NC)—Head
quarters of the Holy Ghost Fathers
here has been notified that the
community’s mission movie “Kili
manjaro Mission,” took first place
in the film festival staged in con
junction with the mission exhibit
staged by the New York archdio
cese's office of The Society for the
Propagation of the Faith.
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