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2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Oct. 16. 1953
Ohio----------
News In Brief
STEUBENVILLE The Church
in the diocese of Steubenville
showed gratitude to one of its
foremost benefactors last Monday
when Charles B. Lanman received
the medal and regalia of the Order
of St. Sylvester. He is the sixth
person in this diocese to receive
a Papal decoration and the first
non-Catholic to be so honored.
STEUBENVILLE John
Harris, a Pittsburgh theatrical
producer, founder of the char
itable organization. Variety Clubs
International, and an outstand
ing Catholic layman, has accept
ed the honor of becoming the
fifth recipient of the cherished
Poverello medal, presented an
nually by the College of Steuben
ville.
CINCINNATI Expulsion of
another Cincinnati Franciscan by
the Chinese Communists is expect
ed soon, according to word sent
to Cincinnati provincial headquar
ters last week by Bishop Rembert
Kowalski. O.F.M from Hong Kong.
The Bishop was expelled three
weeks ago.
He wrote that his Vicar General.
Father Sigfrid Schneider, O.F.M..
who was arrested with him two and
one-half years ago, might be freed
in a short time.
TOLEDO If contraceptives
are sold only to prevent disease,
then they arc sold for use in
“illicit sexual relations.” Judge
Clyde L. Deeds declared recent
ly. He added that “married peo
ple wouldn’t need them.”
Judge Deeds made these re
marks at a Court of Appeals
hearing on a request for a tem
porary injunction to restrain law
enforcement officers from halt
ing sale of contraceptives in To
ledo taverns and other places.
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"DeposaC of Polish Primate
Denounced bv World Leaders
VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC) The ouster of His Em
inence Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski. Archbishop of Gueizno and
Warsaw. bv the Polish communist government was due solely
to the Primate s refusal to yield “unconditional adherence”
to the Warsaw regime.
This was the comment made here
by Osservatore Romano. Vatican
City daily, in announcing that mes
sages continue to pour in here
from leaders in all parts of the
world condemning the “deposal”
of the Polish Primate.
“The Warsaw government and
others of Eastern Europe,” Osser
vatore said, “do not ask only for
loyalty. They demand uncondition
al adherence and support of all
political orientations, internal and
external, following along various
propaganda lines. They insist on
unlimited support for all national
and nationalistic pretensions, ev
en changeable ones—service, in
fine, to a determined policy of a
group of countries.”
Osservatore said it was clear
that Bishops and people may
Communist Poland
Compared To Jail
By Ex-L’N Delegate
CHICAGO (NC) “Poland is
like a jail.” Dr. Marek S. Korowicz
told 600 Americans of Polish de
scent at a Pulaski Day gathering
here.
Mr. Korowicz said everyone in
Poland has to lie and speak what
he does not think. He continued:
“Some people may think that com
munism may help them, but they
only become slaves under commun
ism.”
Calling the Catholic Church the
greatest force working against com
munism. Mr. Korowicz said: “When
the Russians found they could not
suppress the Faith of the people,
they started trying to suppress the
the activities of priests. However,
he result of this has been only to
strengthen the people’s faith.”
Th* former delegate from
Poland to the United Nations
said all patriotic newspapers In
Pol»nd have been suppressed.
Th* papers that remain are
used mainly to print new regula
tions, he said, and the people who
do not know the regulations fall
under suspicion.
Poland fears war. Mr. Korowicz
said, because it knows that a war
would be fought on Polish terri
tory.
The gathering, sponsored by the
Polish American Congress, com
memorated the 174th anniversary
of the death nf General Casimir
Pulaski, hern of the American Rev
olutionary War, known as the ‘’fa
ther of the American cavalry.” who
was killed at the Rattle of Sevan
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tent permitted by th* moral lew.
It recalled that Cardinal Wyszyn
ski, before his forced removal
from office, hed reminded Polish
priests of their duties to their
country, "which are an integral
part of the Church's moral patri
mony" and in line with its tradi
tional doctrine.
However, Osservatore added, the
Warsaw government “wants more,
always more, and when it does not
get what it wants, it speaks of be
trayals, and initiates terroristic
trials calculated to break all resist
ance.”
Osservatore said that among the
latest who have sent messages to
the Vatican denouncing the out
rage against Cardinal Wyszynski
are six other Cardinals—Their Em
inences Eugene Cardinal Tisserant,
secretary of the Sacred Congrega
tion for the Oriental Church: Greg
ory’ Peter XV Cardinal Agagianian,
Patriarch of Cicilia of the Armen
ians Paul Emile Cardinal Leger,
Archbishop of Montreal. Canada
Santiago Cardinal Copello, Arch
bishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Theodore Cardinal Innitzer, Arch
bishop of Vienna and Joseph Car
dinal Van Roey, Primate of Bel
gium.
The Vatican newspaper said that
messages had been received also
from Bishops in Italy, France, Can
ada, Chile, Uruguay and many oth
er countries. It added that among
statesmen expressing sympathy
was Frank Aiken, Minister of Ex
ternal Affairs in the government of
Ireland, who said: “Both the gov
ernment and people of Ireland are
gravely concerned ovei the present
intensification of religious perse
cution in Poland, and offer His
Holiness Pope Pius XII their deep
est sympathy in his sorrows.”
oulli Week
(Continued from Page 1)
spokesman said that at least 300
radio stations have notified the de
partment that they will take part
in the observance and make then
facilities available to various stu
dent organizations for special pro
grams.
The week’s special national fea
tures include Youth Masses on
opening day, the first of many
spiritual services culminating in
the celebration of the Feast of
Christ the King, October 25.
Another highlight is a nation
wide press contest for high school
and college students Awards will
be given for the best news stories
or editorials on the week’s activi
ties.
Reports reaching N.C.W.C.’s
Youth Department tell of proposed
local activities in Chicago, New
ark, Dallas, Buffalo and other cit
ies.
Buffalo’s week, for example, will
start off with a televised Mass. The
Courier Express’ rotogravure sec
tion will carry a three page spread
on atholic'youth activities on Oc
tober 25. The local television sta
tion will sponsor a round-table dis
cushion on Catholic youth and a
Catholic youth team will appear on
the program “Let’s Play Charades.”
On October 19 at the Cathedral,
Auxiliary Bishop Leo R. Smith of
Buffalo will present Youth Aposto
lale Commissions to young leaders
o( each parish.
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1954 NEA Convention
Scheduled in Chicago
WASHINGTON—(NC)—The Na
tional Catholic Educational Asso
ciation has been invited by His
Eminence Samuel Car 'al Stritch.
Archbishop of Chicago, to hold its
fifty-first annual convention in
Chicago in 1954.
The four-day meeting, April 19
to 22. will take place at the Con
rad Hilton Hotel. Theme of the
conference is “Planning For Our
Educational Needs." Auxiliary
Bishop Fulton J. Sheen of New
York will deliver the keynote ad
dress.
Cardinal Ousted Because He Did Not Yield To Reds
Slovak Death
Edict ‘Hangs'
Over Jesuit
CLEVELAND (NC) When
Father Paul Bajan, S.J., a native
of Slovakia, says, "Hl be hanged if
I go back to Slovakia,” he is not
using a slang expression picked up
since his coming to America two
years ago.
He is referring to a sentence im
posed upon him in absentia be
cause he declined an invitation, ex
tended him through Communist
newspapers, to conic back to Slo
vakia and all would be forgiven.
With his refusal to accept, came
the sentence that he be hanged.
The sentence for hanging, says
Father Bajan, was imposed for
what he did outside Slovakia ra
ther than for his activities in that
country under Soviet rule.
His daily broadcast from the
Vatican radio station, beaming
words of encouragement to the
suffering Slovak people, was the
reason for the sentence. The gist
of his talks to the Slovak people,
he said here, was that “they were
sharing in the Passion of Christ in
their suffering.”
October
Month of the Rosary
The richness that the Catholic Faith holds for all her
children can be multiplied during October the month
of the Rosary.
Special Blessings through Our Lady accrue to all who
pray the Rosary say the Rosary daily. In more and
more Catholic homes the Family Rosary becomes a part
of daily living.
Make sure each member of your family has his or her own
rosary. There is a complete selection, ranging from the
least expensive to the very finest, available here at the
shop. Come in soon!
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Bishop Signs Pact for $1,000,000 School
...
Hailed By Holy Father
VATICAN CITY (Radio. NC) The Church is keenly
interested in psychiatry and is glad to see it make progress, so
long as it uses proven methods and keeps within the bounds
of Christian precepts.
XII at an audience to Italian
nurses and medical technicians
gathered in Rome for a national
congress. The congress was devot
cd especially to neuropsychiatry,
which is the study and treatment
of nervous and mental illnesses.
“The Church is anxious in Her
pedagogical and pastoral mission,”
the Holy Father said, “to promote
the best methods which, through
proven experience, contribute to
a harmonious development of the
spiritual faculties.
"Notwithstanding that which
lhe sectarianism of another day
presumed falsely to affirm, it is
admitted today that a conduct of
life in conformity with Christian
principles ... is the best guaran
tee for safeguarding harmony of
spirit in normal subjects, while its
reacquirement constitutes a cor
roborating element for exhausted
This was the assurance given by His Holiness Pope Pius
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The general contract for construction of the 900-pupil Bishop Watterson High School was awarded
this week to the Sever-Williams Construction Co., Washington C. H. In the picture above, Bishop Ready
puts his signature on the contract in the presence of (left to right)
secretary of the Diocesan Development Drive Edward A. Ramsey,
tectural firm, Columbus and George Sever, general contractor.
DCCW (!onven
(Continued from Page 1)
ties” workshop is "Increase With
in Us the Spirit of True Religion.”
Honorary chairman is Father
Thomas Sabrey, of St. Charles Sem
inary. The program for the work
shop follows
“Examination of the Present
Status of Religious Activities Com
mittee.” Mrs. Frank H. Vogel,
chairman of the workshop. “The
Parish in Action,” with a series
o. five talks: "Study Clubs,” Mrs.
A. J. Herold. St. Catharine parish
“Vocations”, Mrs. Edward T. Hu
ber. St. Mary. Marion: “Retreats,”
Miss Inez Mulligan, Central Dean
ery Chairman. St. Agatha parish:
“Missions.” Mrs. Fred Michael, St.
Mary parish. Columbus: “Individ
ual. Family and Parish Activities,”
Miss Margaret Ferrell. St. Mary
parish. Portsmouth. Remarks by
Father James Kulp. Diocesan Di
rector of the Propagation of the
Faith: Father Edward Healey. Di
ocesan Director nf Retreats: Fath
er Sabrey, Chairman of Exhibit.
Miss Inez Mulligan. Time: 11 to
12:30. State Office Building. Hear
ing Room No. 2.
International Relations
The workshop on International
Relations will have as its theme.
“Immigration and Integration” (I
Advance In Psychiatry
or shaken psychic energies.”
The Pope told the nurses that
the Church knows that "winning
a soul away from insanity is the
same as gaining it, at least origi
nally, for Christ, because this
puts it in a position to return
from atrophy and inertia to be
ing a knowing, active member of
His Mystical Body."
The Pope urged his hearers to
know their Christian principles so
as to be able to judge when a
method of treatment has not prov
ed itself, or is in contrast to
Christian teaching.
The Pontiff recently outlined
the fundamental Christian attiude
towards pychotherapy and clini
cal psychology in an address to
delegates to the Fifth Interna
tional Congress on Psychotherapy
and Clinical Psychology held at
Rome last April.
(In his April talk, the Holy
Father stressed the necessity of
viewing man as a psychic unit and
totality, as a structured unit as
a social unit, and as a transcend
ent unit tending toward God.)
Pope Pius said it is known how
much in practice the Church per
mits for the sake of penance and
moderate mortification, "the in
hibition of certain faculties and
movements of the spirit.” He stat
ed that the Church also considers
“slight physical limitation and
even sharp penances that involve
the prospect of a somewhat shorter
span of life, as justified when
they are inspired by the highest
motives.
“Nevertheless the Pope added
“the Church has always rejected
and condemned pseudo-religious
and pseudo-mystic forms of experi
ence which could disturb the
psychic balance of the subject.”
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in.) Matthew XXV, 35. The honor
ary chairman is Father George T.
Wolz, S.T.D., of St Charles Semin
ary. The program:
Panel discussion—“First Steps
in the Making of Americans,” led
by Mr. James S. Hanscom, U.S.
Dept, of Justice. Immigration and
Naturalization Service and Mrs.
Faye B. Reeder, teacher of Natur
alization, Central High School, Co
lumbus. Chairman of the workshop
is Mrs. Robert Richards. Exhibits
chairman, Mrs. J. Ross Phillips,
Southern Deanery. Time: 1:30 to
3.00 p. m., Neil House.
Organization and Development
The honorary chairman of the
“Organization and Development”
workshop is Father Vincent Moon
ey. pastor of Immaculate Concep
tion church. Kenton. Program: 1.
“We are Affiliated." .Mrs. Anna Ma
rie Cline, Central Deanery: 2. “You
're a New Officer,” Mrs Charles Mc
Carthy. Southern Deanery: 3. “Un
ity the Objective.” Mrs. Elizabeth
Feist. Southern Deanery: 4. “To
ward Better Meetings.” Miss Jose
phine Roundtree, Northern Dean
ery. Summary, Fa.her Mooney,
Chairman of Workshop. Mrs. Eliz
abeth Flanagan. Time: 11:00 to
12:30 p. m.. Neil House.
Public Relations
Father David Dennis, editor of
the Catholic Times. is honorary
chairman of the “Public Relations”
workshop. Speakers will include
Mr. William G. Wilcox, director of
public relations. Ohio State Univer
sity. and Miss Margaret Mahoney,
newly appointed director of indus
trial relations. Slate of Ohio.
Chairman of workshops. Miss Anne
M. Rickard. Time: 4:00 to 5:30 p. m.
Neil House.
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Plan Study Of Lay
A postdate In L.S.
TOKYO (NO Four Japa
nese Catholic doctors sailed for the
United Slates where they’ plan to
study various forms of the lay
apostolate during their intern
ship and specialized studies in
American hospitals.
Three of the doctors Lucas
Kokubu Hajime. Emmanuel Horiu
chi Kanichi, and Francis Matsu
Kenji—will study at St. Joseph's
hospital, Wichita. Kan. The fourth.
Dr. Joseph Ishizaki Yoshiki, a
gynecologist and instructor at Kobe
Medical University, will continue
his studies first at Si Francis Hos
pita!. Honolulu, and afterwards onl
the mainland.
Of Interest to Catholics
I OF INTEREST to Catholics
RADIO PROGRAMS
Saturday, Oct. 17
WHKC. Columbus, 6.45 p.m.—
Catholic News
Sunday, Oct. 18
WRFD, Worthington. 10.45 am.
—The Hour of St. Francis
WLW. Cincinnati, 3.00 p.m
Catholic Hour
WHKC, Columbus, 7 00 p.m.—
Ave Maria Hour
WNXT, Portsmouth, 10.15 p.m
Hour of St. Francis
TELEVISION PROGRAMS
Sunday, Oct. 18
WI.Vl C, Columbus. 9.00 a m.—
Catholic Hour—Second in a
series of dramatizations of the
works of contemporary Cath
olic authors.
WBNS-TV, Columbus. 10:00 a m.
—Christopher Program
Tuesday, Oct 20
WTVN, Columbus. 8:00 p.
Bishop Sheen—Life Is Worth
Living
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KG to Grant
Charter To
New Council
A new Knights of Columbus
Council will be established on
the city's north side when it
receives its charter Monday
evening following the election
and installation of officers.
The Council’s temporary head
quarters will be in Our Lady
of Peace school auditorium.
Sixty of the new Council’s
members were initiated in the
first degree Wednesday evening at
Santa Maria Council Club Rooms,
2596'a W. Broad st. There they
will receive the second and third
degrees Sunday afternoon at 12:30.
A dinner at the Beechwold Tavern
for members and their wives will
follow Sunday's initiation ceremon
ies.
Ray H. Bernert, executive assist
ant to the state deputy, will serve
as Master of the degrees. Larry
N. Rogers, Knights of Columbus
State Deputy, who has taken an
active interest in the organiza
tion's expansion policy, will ’also
be on hand. In addition, many state
officers and state council members
will take part in the exemplifica
tion of degrees and will attend the
dinner.
In all. the new north side Coun
cil will have a membership of 110.
Twenty of the members are trans
fers from the other two councils
in the city and the remainder have
been reinstated in the organiza
tion.
The new- Council embraces all the
northside parishes including Sac
red Heart. Holy Name, Immacu
late Conception. Our Lady of
Peace. St. Michael. St. James. St.
Augustine. St. Agatha. St. Chris
topher and Our Lady of Victory.
Paul J. Lynch, district deputy,
will act as presiding officer Mon
day evening at the installation
ce emonies. He will also present
the new Council with its charter.
The establishment of the new’
Council brings to three the num
ber of K. of C. Councils in Colum
bus. including Councils 2898 and
400.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17
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White vestments. Gloria.
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