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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Over 100 Nuns In
Red Labor Camps
VIENNA—(NC)—More than 100
Hungarian. Polish and Slovak nuns,
captured by the Reds in 1945, live
under inhuman conditions in five
labor camps in the Siberian prov
ince of Irkutsk.
News of these nuns came through
a Hungarian woman who was re
leased by the Soviets after spending
eight years at a labor camp near
the rail-junction town, of Taishet
in Irkutsk province. She said that
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in her camp alone 20 Hungarian
and 50 Polish nuns are still being
kept at forced labor.
Many of the nuns deported to
Siberia in 1945 died as the result
of the hardships and cruel treat
ment, the Hungarian woman said.
They had to cut wood for ten hours
a day. Many refused to work for
“anti-Christ” and were punished by
being chained and thrown into cold
cellars where a great number of
them died of exhaustion and star
vation.
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NEW YORK (NC) Bishop
James H. Griffiths, Chancellor of
the Military Ordinariate, gave the
invocation at the dedication of the
$5,000,000 Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace here.
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TV’s Influence
Strong, Says
Vatican Editor
VATICAN CITY—(NC) Televi
sion can be a providential rebuilder
of family life. But it can also be
come a deadly germ further weak
ening family life.
This comment was made by
Count Giuseppe Dalia Torre, edit
or of Vatican City’s O^servatore
Romano, in his daily column.
Editor Dail a Torre commented
on recently published reports by
British psychologist Roger For
gussen that TV may well serve to
reunite families just as the movie
theater served to break them up
by taking the children out of the
home. Mr. Forgussen also foresaw,
the possibility of a slight decrease
in marriages as a result of TV. He
said it was because the young peo
ple would be staying at home
oftener.
Count Della Torre laughed at
Forgussan's last observation. The
Ossarvatoro editor noted that
marriages had been going on
quite regularly ever since Adam
and were not greatly affected by
the "social help" of the movies.
The point that television will re
unite the family has this hitch,
Count Dalia Torre said. TV can
have the same shattering effect on
family life as the movies if it
shows the same things on the
screen—themes accepting divorce,
free unions and the like.
There is one other difficulty
with television, Count Dalia Torre
stated. Civil authorities cannot
hang an “Adults Only” sign on the
TV set like they can on the movie
theater.
-O-
Lay Congress
Set Dec. 8-13
In S. Africa
ROME—(Radio, NC)—The first
Afgrican congress on the lay apos
tolate will be held at Kisbui, Ugan
da, Dec. 8 to 13, it was announced
here by the Committee for Inter
national Congresses of the Aposto
late of the I^ity,
According to Committee offic
ials, the African sessions will be
attended not only by delegates
from all parts of the Dark Contin
ent but from the United States
and various European countries
as well.
Among those schedued to attend
are Msgr. Luigi G. IJgutti, execu
tive director of the National
Catholic Rural Tafe Conference in
the United States, and Prince Zu
Lowenstein, president of the Cen
tral Committee of German Catho
lics.
Other delegates, according to
information here, will include rep
resentatives of various internation
al Catholic women’s, youth and lay
missionary organizations, and of
the Apostoleship of Prayer.
Expected to preside at the ses
sions is His Eminence Theodosio
Clemente Cardinal de Gouvew.
Archbishop of Ixnirenco Marques,
Portuguese East Africa. Also due
to attend are Bishops. Vicars Apos
folic and Prefects Apostolic, or
their delegates, from many other
sections of Africa.
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Irish Dignitaries
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To Priest-Martyr
14*2
DUBLIN, Ireland -(NO- Presi
dent Sean T. O’Kelly headed a
group of prominent divic dignitar
ies who gathered at Tralee with
Bishop Denis Moynihan of Kerry
to honor the memory of a martyred
Irish priest.
The occasion was the tercenten
ary of the death of a Dominican
prior, Father Thaddeus Moriarty,
who was hanged by Cromwell’s sol
diers at Fair Hill, Killarney, in
1653. At the time of his death. Fa
ther Moriarty had been for 12
years prior of the Dominican Ab
bey of Holy Cross, founded in Tra
lee in 1243.
Escorted by veterans of the old
Irish Republican Army, President
O’Kelly was greeted by Father B.
O’Sullivan, O.P., the present prior
of Holy Cross, and driven through
the decorated streets to the Domin
ican Church, where he attended a
Solemn High Mass celebrated by
Bishop Moynihan. Among those
present was Father C. Moriarty, a
relative of the martyr.
Used at the Mass was the chal
ice which the slain Father Moriarty
had employed at his last Mass be
fore his arrest. Preaching at the
tercentenary Mass, Father express
ed the hope that the celebrations
in honor of the martyr would prove
to be a long and prolonged cry of
challenge and defiance to all who
would drag us “away from our tra
ditional heritage and allegiance to
the Catholic Faith.”
Rehearsals for Springs’ Comedy Underway
Rehearsing roles for the forthcoming comedy "The Torchbearers"
be presented at St. Mary of the Springs, Sunday, Nov. 8, at 8:00
m. are, left to right, John Tierrvy of the Lockbourne Air Force
Base, a night school student at St. Mary Eleanor Porchetti and
European Critics Hit
By Cardinal Spellman
BRUSSELS, Belgium (NC)—European critics who have
portrayed America as a self-centered, materialistic power were
vigorously refuted here by His Eminence Francis Cardinal
Spellman during a visit to this country, which he hailed as a
land of “sturdy belief in God.”
Cardinal Spellman spoke at a Catholic conference here at
which he was introduced by Dr.
Frans Van Cauwelaert, president
of the lower chamber of the Bel
gian parliament. He told an audi
ence of several thousand, including
members of the Belgian Cabinet,
that while America has “like every
country in Europe, gone after false
gods,” she preserves a “deep re
ligious strain which embodies high
ideals and keeps them fresh.”
“At the present time America is
experiencing a deep spiritual re
newal," the Cardinal said. “Evi
dences of this are on every hand.
They are in the thousands of young
men and women who have turned
from the lure of lucrative positions
to seek in contemplative commun
ities a more effective way to direct
their energies of prayer and sacri
fice to God in behalf ot mankind.
Decisive Force
“They are in the quickening in
terest which has been manifested
in mysticism all through postwar
America, and in the extraordinary
sacrifices being made by millions
of American fathers and mothers
for the erection and maintenance
of parochial and private schools
wherein knowledge of God can be
integrated with secular knowledge
so that religion will be a forma-
tive and decisive force in the lives
of their children.”
Cardinal Spellman came to Brus
sels from Vienna, where he was
slightly indisposed and spent a day
in his hotel room. He had previous
ly been in Munich, where he was
warmly welcomed by religious and
civic leaders after having flown
there from Rome, where he attend
ed the dedication of the new
North American College.
Referring to the “bitterness, Sus
picion and distrust” of America in
postwar Europe, Cardinal Spell
man said it was understandable
that such feelings should emanate
from communist sources. However,
he commented, “Americans find it
difficult to understand why there
should be so deep a distrust of
them on the part of many non-com
mimist spokesmen and writers in
Western Europe,”
Danias Critics
“It is one of the glories of free
men,” the Cardinal said, “that they
can offer
criticism,
common
purpose.
these latter days, that certain crit
ics in Europe have not honored the
canons of constructive criticism in
their judgments of America ... To
such critics we are vulgar, preoccu
pied with trivia, possessing neither
culture nor soul. We are the new
Carthage, all wealth and no soul.”
each other constructive
and still maintain their
ground, their common
However, it seems, in
Denying that these critics are
right or that they speak for the
world at large, the Cardinal spoke
of the generous response of Amer
ica to desperate needs created by
war which, he said, has elicited
widespread gratitude among the
people of the ravaged countries.
Such people, he declared, “will re
member America as something
more than a self-centered, materi
alistic power. They w ill remember
her as a land whose heart is easily
touched and whose kindness to the
needy is unbounded."
“Religion for us." Cardinal
Spellman asserted, “is something
more than the observance of out
ward forms. We have a deep un
derstanding of the quality of mer
cy as defined by Christ From
her rich bounty, America has giv
en unstintingly, and for this she
expects no praise, but she does
hope she will be spared the carp
ing criticism that she is all wealth
and no spirit."
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The cast, business and produc
tion staffs for George Kelly's play,
“The Torchbearers”, to be present
ed at St. Mary of the Springs were
announced this week by Sister Eliz
abeth Seton, O.P., director of the
Springs’ Speech and Drama Depart
ment.
The play, a farcical satire on lit
tle theater work, will be presented
Sunday, Nov. 8. at 8:00 p. m. in
the Campus Little Theater.
Springs students taking part in
the production include Patricia
Kern. Eleanor Porchetti, Margaret
Zang. Patricia Fallon, Mary Jo
Albright and Carme Palazzolo.
Male roles will be taken by Ed
ward Popper and John Tierney of
Lockbourne Air Force Base, en
rolled in night classes at the
Springs: J. Nicholas White and
Bob Shevlin of Ohio State Univer
sity Frank Zang and Frank LeRoy
of St. Charles.
Jane McMullen has been named
production’s assistant director. Pro
duction manager is Jean Kelly. The
costume department is under the
direction of Margot Holden. She
will be assisted by Irene Welinitz,
Mary Schneeman and Mary Ann
Nieman.
Barbara Vance and Shirley Kil
bride will be in charge of set prop
erties. Marie Groom and Martha
Galloway will handle sound pro
duction.
Sally Charles is business man
aged. Publicity is under the super
vision of Martha Galloway and Pa
tricia Fallon.
The ticket committee is co-chair
maned by Sally Seidensticker and
Patricia Shannon. Other members
of the ticket committee include
Mary Jo Albright, Patricia Kern,
Shirley Kilbride, Margaret Zang,
Annette Flood. Irene Welinitz, El
eanor Porchetti, Sally Charles, Mar
got Holden. Joyce Grismer and
Barbara Vance.
Barbara Hagen is in charge of
programs.
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Bishop Commends
Theater Manager
WHEELING, W. Va.—(NC) Co
adjutor Bishop Thomas J. McDon
nell of Wheeling, sent a letter to
Frank Frye, manager of the Cam
den Theater, Charleston, W. Va.,
commending him for his refusal to
show’ the picture, “The Moon Is
Blue." The Bishop assured him
that his cooperation was “sincerely
appreciated." The picture has been
condemned by the National Le
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