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Catholic Youth
Bureau Notes
THE CENTRAL DEANERY
Youth council held its first meet
ing since the Youth Institute, last
Sunday afternoon. Present were
Representatives Carol Zenker, St.
Mary Magdalene: Patti McBride,
St. James the Less Al Gartner and
I .a verne Vath of St. John The Evan
gelist Julius Vargo and Margie
Ivanhoff of St. Ladislaus: Judy
Coffman, Corpus Christi Carlene
Hamilton of St. Cecilia Mary Mur
ray and Marguerite Belcher of St.
Mary, Groveport Tom Ixirenz of St.
Christopher: Charles Wannamaker
of the Cathedral Parish: Miss Janet
Ann Martin, Miss Ann Cannon,
Miss Elizabeth Joos and Miss Mary
Wilson, officers of the Council.
Miss Viola Ricci and Mr. Ray Wildi
represented the Play-Makers. The
business of the meeting vas main
ly the discussion of ways and
means to get better representation
from other parishes. Plans for a
holiday social were discussed and
the time of the regular monthly
meeting was changed to the fourth
Sunday of the month.
BOY SCOUTS
The Catholic Committee
Scouting outlined the complete cal
endar for the year for scouts and
scouters at its recent meeting. All
Scouts and scouters have been ask-
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ruary the seventh in their own par
ish. The Annual Holy Hour and
Court of Honor has been tentative
ly set for next April 281 h. This an
nual event attracts hundreds of
Boy Scouts from all over the dio
cese. The committee also annouhe
ed work of the project at Diocesan
summer camps would again be on
the calendar. Scheduled for next
May it will be a program for both
Scouts and Scouters beginning with
a fish fry on Friday night. The
men and boys will camp overnight
and spend the Saturday helping to
put the camps in shape for the
summer season. The committee
also has plans for a day of recol
lection and a retreat for sometime
later in the season.
Priest, Artist
Combine Efforts
In Retreat Book
NEW YORK (NC) A priest
editor and a layman who is a pro
fessional artist are co-authors of
"Week End With God”, a book il
lustrating a three-day retreat, just
published by the David McKay Co.
on
The authors are John Jewell, a
professional artist, and Father
Hugh Morley, O.F.M. Cap., editor
of The Cowl magazine. The preface
was written by Bishop John J.
Wright of Worcester, Episcopal ad
visor to the National Catholic Lay
men’s Retreat Conference.
According to the authors, the
book was written for those who
have made a retreat so that they
might have a means of reliving
their retreat experiences, as well
as for those who have never made
a retreat, that they might have an
authentic picture of. a typical one.
Mr. Jewell selected 41 pictures
from the manv candid “shots” he
took during retreats.
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NCCS Committee
Planning Dinner
To further its project of volun
teer service for disabled war vet
eruns, the Columbus Committee of
the National Catholic Community
Service will sponsor a Spaghetti
Dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 17, with
Charles P. Gilbert chairman of the
affair.
The group has reserved Ann
Tons Restaurant, 5617 North High
St., for the evening and will per
sonally serve dinners from 5:30 p.
m. to 9.30 p.m. Proceeds will in
sure continuance of entertainment
and gifts by the NCCS to patients
at Chillicothe VA Hospital.
Anthony Panico is chairman of
tickets, with Christine Ricci, Pa
tricia McBride, Raymond Wildi,
Harold Breitfeller and Viola Ricci,
assisting.
Miss Patricia McBride heads the
committee on arrangements for ta
ble service. Her co-workers will be
Theresa Selegue, Norma Theado.
Margaret Gallen, Christine and Vi
ola Ricci, Phyllis Lowery, Ann Wa
chinger, Mary Frances Schoppellri.
Mrs. Harold Breitfeller, Mrs. Jack
son Little, Michael Murphy, Tom
Ryan, Jr., Tom Johnston, Michael
McGhee, Edward Ryan. Joseph
Tritschler, Tom Ryan, Sr., Don
Flynn, Tony Panico, Ray Wildi, Ar
thur Miller, and Jack McAndrews.
Hostesses for the dinner are Mrs.
James F. Farrell, Mrs. Joseph
Tritschler, Mrs. Theodore Hinter
schied, Mrs. Edward Ryan, Mrs.
Thomas Ryan, Mrs. John Mc
Andrews. Mrs. Charles Gilbert,
Mrs. Thomas Coughlin, Mrs. Mi
chael Murphy and Mrs. Thomas
Allison.
The general public is invited to
the dinner and tickets ern be pur
chased at the door.
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Adult Committee
On Catholic Youth
Work Established
The first adult committee on
Catholic Youth Work for the Dio
cese was formed last week by men
of the parishes. Meeting at the
Catholic Youth Bureau, men from
the Holy Name Societies of four
teen parishes of Franklin County
organized into a permanent group
to help further the work among
the youth of the Diocese.
Their immediate objective will
be the work of the Diocesan Sum
mer Camps, St. Joseph for boys
and St. Rita’s for girls.
John Igoe of St. Agatha parish
was named Chairman of the com
mittee, Frank A. Smith, Vice Chair
man, from St. Francis and Matthew
Maloney, Secretary’.
Other members of the committee
include Thomas Campbell and Er
nest Luthman of Our Lady of Vic
tory, Dr. Jerald Ferritto of St.
Aloysius, Matt Haban of St. Thom
as, Jim Harrington of St. Mary
Magdalene. Ray Hayes of St. Chris
topher. Ted Hughes of St. Francis,
Felix Yehl and Francis Specht of
Corpus Christi, John Fath of Im
maculate Conception, Bob Cain of
St. James the Less, and Preston
French of Holy Cross.
Father Richard F. Dodd of the
Catholic Youth Bureau is the
rector of the group.
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Di-
Imitation of Christ
In Pocket Book Edition
NEW YORK (NC) An un
abridged “pocket book” edition of
Thomas a Kempis’ “The Imitation
of Christ," appears on the book
stands this week-end published by
Pocket Books, Inc. This “Cardinal
Edition” was translated by Rich
ard Whitford and decorated by
Valenti Angelo.
The center and prime necessity
of the social order is the family.
Numerous attacks are brought
against the morality underlying
family living. In A Halo for Father,
the author, writing in a serious,
though never heavy vein, answers
these attacks by supplying the gen
eral philosophy of Christian mar
riage. This practical prose poem
determines, among other things,
the dignified place of father in
family life and his relationship to
God. Combining common sense and
heartwarming sentiment, the writ
er provides an excellent book in
praise of fatherhood. m.s.
Choir of Musas, by Etienne Gil
son, translated by Maisie Ward
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TOKYO (NC)—“Youth in the
Far East today has tremendous
needs, potentialities and hopes.”
In these words, Monsignor Jo
seph E. Schieder, director of the
Youth Department, National Cath
olic Welfare Conference, summed
up after a 21-day UNESCO con
ference here, at which he presided
over the discussions on youth at
work and recreation.
Leaders of youth organizations
in Japan, Free China, the Philip
pines, Indonesia, Burma, Vietnam,
Laos, Cambodia, India, Pakistan,
Ceylon, Hong Kong and the “Pa
cific border countries,” U.S., Can
ada, Australia and New Zealand,
attended the conference.
The State Department chose
Monsignor Schieder to represent
all youth groups in the U.S. at
the meetings. He has had years of
experience in youth work, first in
his home diocese of Buffalo, N.Y.,
and later on a national scale.
“We found that a lack of train
ed leaders greatly handicaps youth
work in the Far East,” he told the
NC News Service correspondent.
"It came out in discussion*
that in some countries govern
ment* or political parties are ex
ploiting youth movements for
their own ends," he said. "As a
result, the general population
looks with suspicion on some
youth groups."
Communism has its strongest
hold on East Asian youth “in stu
dent movements and some work
ers’ unions,” the discussions re
vealed.
“But, in many of these coun
tries, youth groups lead in vigi
lance and are spearheading the
opposition to communism,” Mon
signor Schieder added.
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Be It Not So Much As Named
Among You
Vandals are kids who believe
the Three R’s are: Raid, Reck and
Run.
Library Notes
‘A Halo for Fathers’’ Answers
Attacks on Family Living
F^om the Department of Library Science
C0H,9e of Mary of the Spring*
A Halo for Father, by Joseph A.
Breig Bruce Publishing Co., Mil
waukee, 1953, $2.50.
Sheed and Ward, New York, 1953.
The muses are primarily divini
ties invented by the Greeks to
account for the superhuman love
liness of certain of man’s works of
art. They might sound dull, but
they are supremely interesting
when treated as they are by the
author of this delightful book.
m.w.
Letters to Jack, by Most Rev.
Francis Clement Kelley St. An
thony’s Guild, Paterson, N. J., 1939,
$1.50.
The tenth printing of an inter
esting book must bring with it
some aroma of past and future re
ception. Letter* to Jack is a series
of essays for youth painting the
one road to true success. It is prac
tical and down to earth, but its
appeal will depend upon its read
er, be he active or passive.
m.w.
In th* Steps of Jesus, by H. V.
Morton Dodd, Mead, and Co., 1953.
Mr. Morton has made a thrilling
story out of his trip to the Holy
Lands. Boys in Junior and Senior
High School will especially enjoy
following the traveler as he ex
plores ancient caves, underground
tunnels and old roads. The author
describes events taking place in
this present day that are much the
same as those that took place dur
ing the time of Our Lord. The
w’riter captivates one’s interest at
the outset and holds it through the
entire book.
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The sixth annual Catholic High School Choral Concert will be held in Memoriel Hell, Sunday, Nov.
22. The student* pictured above will represent their schools in the sole of ticket* for the concert.
The tickets, 75 cent* for adults, 50 cent* for children, ere available now at the school* perticipeting.
Pictured, left to right, seeted, ere Glorie Lombardi, Our Ledy of Victory Peggy Jolliffe, St. Mery
of the Springs, end Berbers Kirk, Holy Family. Standing are Joe Soboia, Aquinas Bernie Dick, St.
Charles, and Dan Wilhelm, Rosery.
U. of D. Head Urges Colleges
To Seek Public School Grads
LIVONIA, Mich. (NC) —Cath
olic colleges should place more em
phasis on attracting Catholic stu
dents graduating from public
schools, according to Father An
drew L. Seebold, S.M., president of
the University of Dayton.
In an address before the 17th
meeting of the Association of Cath
olic Colleges of Michigan, at Ma
donna College, Father Seebold not
ed that there are twice as many
Catholics in secular colleges as in
Catholic ones.
Whil* the major reason for this
is financial, according to the uni
versity head, since self-supporting
Catholic colleges must charge high
er rates, "all colleges should make
an effort to help deserving finan
cially embarrassed student* with
student grants-in-aid, loans or
part-time employment."
He cited a recent Newman Club
Federation study which gave prox
imity and special courses as other
reasons for attendance at non
Catholic colleges. But he said prox
imity is no excuse in the large cit
ies, where Catholic and secular col
leges exist side by side, and add
ed that of the special courses men
tioned, agriculture is the only one
not generally offered by Catholic
institutions.
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But he indicated that in recruit
ing students, Catholic colleges con
centrate on Catholic high school
graduates, devoting their efforts to
talks to students, conferences with
principals and open houses for
seniors, “with little or no concern
for the Catholic students in the
public schools.”
Apostolic Action
Father Seebold suggested that
Catholic college students enroll in
the work of the Confraternity of
Christian Doctrine “and help the
harassed overburdened parish
priests instruct these Catholic pub
lic school students in our holy re
ligion.”
“Going out to teach Catholic pub
lic school students and tlieir
friends, to make them conscious of
the values of Catholic college edu
cation. is truly apostolic action,”
he said.
New Seminary to be Built
WASHINGTON—(NC) Father
Raymond J. Hunt, O.M.I., provin
cial of the Eastern American Prov
ince of the Missionary Oblates of
Mary Immaculate announced that
the province will build a mission
seminary at Newburgh, N.Y.
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AND 300 CATHOLICS IN
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The* SCHAFFLEPTANX,
THE DANCE PECULIAR TO THE
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WHEN THE COOPERS, UNEMPLOYED
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TERRE HAUTE. Ind. (NC)
This teeming community tn the
middle of Indiana's industrial
heartland has just dedicated its
first Catholic co-educational high
school.
The $400,000 building was erect
ed as the result of a city-wide fund
drive conducted in April, 1952, by
Archbishop Paul C. Schulte. The
school, by popular demand, has
been named Paul Schulte High.
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