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12—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, October, 30, 1953
Pontiff Warns Doctors
Against War Atrocities
VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC) Doctors cannot lend
themselves to such practices as atomic, bacteriological and
chemical warfare when these constitute a real injustice. His
Holiness Pope Pius XII declared at an audience in which he
stressed that the doctor’s role is “to help and cure, not destroy
or kill."
The audience was given to some
400 delegates from more than a
score of nations attending the 16th
session in Rome of the Internation
al Office of Documentation for
Military Medicine.
“The doctor," the Holy Father
said, speaking in French, “may
never uphold injustice, even if
done in the service of his own
country, and when such a type of
war constitutes an injustice he
cannot collaborate with it. In all
such cases, the doctor should have
as his guide the moral and pro
fessional principle, according to
which he must help and cure, not
destroy or kill.”
“This is true," the Pope added,
“even if the sick person himself,
in the midst of atrocious suffer
ings, asked for a treatment equiva
lent to euthanasia.”
Seeks International Law
At the outset of his talk, Pope
Pius called for an international law
for doctors which would place their
professional calling in the service
of humanity, above and beyond the
national or international political
considerations or interests of any
warring protagonists.
He said that such an interna
tional law developed for doctors
should be sanctioned by all na
tions, permitting doctors to help
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all suffering humanity which
fell into their hands, whether
civilian or military, enemy, in
terned persons, prisoners or any
others needing help.
“It should be a point of the
law." the Pope stated, “that the
doctor can exercise his profession
always and in every place where
it became practically possible, even
in favor of wounded enemy, of mil
itary and civilians, of prisoners and
interned, and, in general, of all
those stricken by sickness, misfor
tune and suffering.”
Stressing that those in most ur
gent need always must have prior
ity of treatment, the Pontiff declar
ed that no action should be pos
sible against a doctor solely be
cause he had assisted,those whose
treatment could not be postponed
even though that meant he had to
allow other sick or wounded to die
unattended.
Emphasizing that such a pro
vision in regard to doctors would
bring with it a duty on the part
of state leaders and military
chiefs, the Pope said the latter
would be prohibited from “imped
ing the doctor’s work." He said
they would be bound to assist the
doctor to every possible degree by
granting him the necessary person
nel and by putting needed sanitary
supplies at his disposition.
Pope Piut laid that doctors,
as well as everyone else, should
not only seek to heal the wounds
of war, but should use their in
fluence in any way possible to
avoid war.
Recalling that only a few days
ago he had called for an inter
national penal law punishing the
unjust initiation of war. or penal
izing those responsible for a war
which could have been avoided by
conciliatory measures, the Pope de
clared that “having recourse to the
violen! means of war is not there
fore sufficiently justified by
ing to defend oneself
injustice whatever.”
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When the damages
brings with it are not
with those of “tolerated injustice,”
the Pope said, one may have the
obligation “to suffer the injustice.”
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Ohio Prient Named to Post
SAN JUAN, P. R. (NC) An
Ohio-born priest has been named
superintendent of schools of the
San Juan diocese by Bishop James
P. Davis of San Juan. He is Father
John F. Mueller, a Marianist, who
was born in Bucyrus. O., and rear
ed in Cleveland He as an alum
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Cirelevilla
Some of
of today
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and when
one another along
ordinary motorist
tion of trying to
train that has left the
taken to the roads.
Crusaders Enroll 61 Members
The Catholic Student Mission
Crusade unit of Notre Dame High
School, Portsmouth, Ohio, enroll
ed 61 new members recently in
an impressive ceremony which
the whole student body attended.
The new members were pledg
td to "work for both the spirit
ual and material welfare of all
people." As a major step towards
this goal, they promised to as
sist in the celebration of Mission
Sunday.
Father James Kulp, diocesan
director of the Society for the
Propagation of the Faith, address
ed the students at the solemn
ceremony.
pointed out three
of the crusade:
need of the mis-
Father Kulp
characteristics
"The greatest
sions is grace for souls grace it
obtained, above all, by the gift of
ourselves, our time, energy and
As Matters Stand
of them trail
a highway, the
is in
pass
the posi
a freight
rails and
built for
Our roads were not
hauling freight. They were huilt by
the people for the use of the peo
ple in ordinary travel and recrea
tion. And suddenly the people find
them preempted hv freight haulers
operating for profit.
it be understood that I am
not criticizing truck drivers, hy
and large. Most of them are highly
competent, and at least reasonably
courteous—which is more than can
be said for some drivers of pass
enger cars.
Neither do I particularly hlarne
the owners of trucks and fleets
of trucks although 1 think in the
long run, they would have heen
much wiser tn exercise more self
control. and to set up some system
Japan Caritas
TOKYO, Japan —(NO— Rep
resentatives of every Catholic char
itable institution in the country
have been invited to attend the
third annual convention of the
Japan Caritas which will open here
on Nov. 3 Sessions will feature
addresses b.v leading figures
Catholic social and charitable
fields.
charity the entire world awaits
these gifts."
The Notre Dame CSMC unit,
with Sister M. Mathia as moder
ator, is a group which studies
the missions and collects money
for the Propagation of the Faith.
The Society's activity consists
in aiding in the work of 16,000
schools, 4,000 clinics, and 2,000
hospitals, which are managed by
Catholic missionaries through
out the world.
Much of the last year's work
of the Portsmouth chapter in
cluded starting mission libraries
in small towns which do not have
the facilities for public librar
ies.
Plans are already being made
for representatives of the Notre
Dame unit to attend the national
conference of the Catholic Stu
dents Mission Crusade et Notre
Dame university next summer.
Joe Breig Says:
Trucks and the People
A grave injustice is being done
to the American people nowadays
and it can be
word: trucks.
summed up in one
Still more grave is
the bland shrug
ging-off. by pub
lic officials, of
the duty of pro
e i n the
rights of citi
zens. Commo
dore Vanderbilt,
riding 1 u u r
iously in a Pull
man in the days
of railroad bar
ons. is reputed
Io have remark­
ed, “The public? The 'public be
damned!"
That attitude, obviously, did not
die with the railroad barons. It
has been transferred to the high
way barons. In fact, you might say
that the highways have been trans
formed into freight railroads.
Had the railroads demanded—
and got—permission to put rubber
tires on locomotives and box cars,
and to run trains on the nation’s
roads, the situation could hardly
have been worse.
the behemoth trucks
especially the two
three-trailer types
category of box cars
several
of self-regulation.
But the fact is that competition
has been allowed to run far too
wild and trucks have grown big
ger and bigger simply because of
economic pressure and the scram
ble for business.
That situation is the fault of pub
lic officials. True, it is also the
fault of the truck lobbies. But
public officials have no right to
subject the people’s interests to
the pressure of lobbies.
Too many public officials, un
fortunately have insufficient re
gard for principles and duty. What
is needed is counter-pressure from
the public: especially from the mil
lions of citizens who built the high
ways, and have a right to be pro
tected in their use of them.
That right is being trampled un
derfoot. The highways are being
taken away from the public—they
are being seized by private com
mercial interests through the use
of what amounts to a kind of peace
able force and terror.
statement
1 would
been trav-
If you consider that
an exaggeration, then
guess that you have not
eling much by automobile, espec
ially in the more populated sec
tions of the United States.
My wife and I, simply as a mat
ter of ordinary precaution, have
been driven into becoming experts
in selecting secondary roads and
staying away from the main high
ways. Many other motorists tell
me that they, too, for their own
protection, are becoming pathfind
ers.
Now it is gravely unjust that the
citizens whose taxes built the roads
and chiefly maintain them, should
be forced off because of the jug
gernauts called trucks make them
fear for life and limb.
1 suggest that it is high time
the politicians took steps. I sug
gest that in the long run it will
be better for the truckers, as well
as for the rest of us, if this injus
tice be corrected. Otherwise, the
day will come when the truckers
will be brought to time by dema
gogues, to the grave injury of the
trucking business. The public, I
can guarantee, is getting fed up.
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Th* Future Is Tense
Why worry about the world of
tomorrow when the world of today
is enough to scare us stiff.
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Prison Officials Told
Youth Needs Guidance
Of Church And Home
TORONTO (NC) A re-evaluation of moral and ethi
cal standards and concentrated action along communal lines
were recommended here by a mental health official to meet the
illicit drug traffic.
Canadian National Health and
American Congress of Correction
that the church, home and school
have vital parts to play in guiding
youth through difficult formative
years. He pointed out that a Ca
nadian survey of criminal drug ad
dicts disclosed that more than 50
per cent of them had become ad
dicted to the drug habit around
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for the problems of today's youth
are to be found. She blamed war
for the increase in juvenile delin
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“I am sure much could be done
through the home, the school and
the church," Mrs. Roosevelt said.
“Because many homes are inade
quate, the responsibility is all the
greater on schools and churches.”
Major cause for the number of
prison riots today is overcrowding
in penal institutions, Maj. Gen. R.
B. Gibson, Canada’s commissioner
of penitentiaries, declared. He said
it is foolish to consider that insti
tutions which were adequate 30, 50
or 100 years ago can meet the vast
ly increased present requirements.
"I think we should look into
the reasons why we ere not pro
vided with necessary funds,"
General Gibson said. "It needs
more than resolutions, more than
reports of committees, to reach
the average citizen and to con
vince him and the representa
tives he elects to Congress, Par
liament or Legislature that the
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expenditure of money on a well
planned and woll-equipped cor
rectional program is a sound and
economical investment."
Society will not be protected
properly against criminals until it
realizes some offenders are emo
tionally disturbed personalities
who require medical treatment, Dr.
Ralph S. Banay, former Sing Sing
Prison chief psychiatrist, declared.
He recommended a new type of
prison, resembling a hospital but
with the security provisions of a
penitentiary, for such prisoners.
In a talk dealing with homicidal
maniacs, Dr. Alastair McLeod, as
sistant director of the Mental Hy
giene Institute, Montreal, suggest
ed that judges should take into
consideration that there are moral
as well as mental imbeciles, and
that some persons who seem ma
ture in other ways are immature
morally.
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