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K. H. ‘Cvrlay*
LeFtver
BUYERS
GUIDE
Canonization Is Near
I'or Pius X, 2 Others
CASTELGANDOLFO, Italy (Radio, NC) An event
awaited by the Catholic world seems virtually certain to take
place during the coming Marian Year—the canonization of
Blessed Pius X, who reigned from 1903 to 1914 and was one of
the most beloved Pontiffs of all
time. Two other canonizations are
also almost sure to be Marian Year
events.
The last major step toward con
ferring the Church’s supreme hon
or on the humble-born Pontiff, who
has frequently been called the
Pope
when
Rites
acles
cession since he was beatified on
June 3, 1951.
of the Eucharist, was taken
the Sacred Congregation of
formally approved two mir
wrought through his inter-
In addition to approving the
miraculous cures of a lawyer and
a nun attributed to Blessed Pius
X, the Congregation voted favor
ably on miracles in the causes of
two other candidates for canoni
zation, who seem likely also to be
infallibly proclaimed as saints
at ceremonies in St. Peter's Ba
silica in Rome during the Marian
They are Blessed Peter Louis
Chanel, a Marist priest who ranks
as the first martyr for the Faith
in Oceania, and Blessed Maria
Crocifissa de Rosa, foundress of
the Congregation of the Handmaids
of Charity. Blessed Peter was be
atified by Pope Leo XIII in 1889.
and Blessed Maria by Pope Pius
XH in 1940.
Among the 'achievements of
Pius X's pontificate wore pro
visions for the catechetical in*
struction of children and adults,
the admittance of younger chit*
dren to First Holy Communion,
and the fostering of frequent
Communion. Blessed Pius or*
dered the compilation of the
Code of Canon Law and prompt*
ed Biblical studies, and sacred
music according to the princi
ples of St. Gregory the Great.
He established rules for sacred
eloquence, defended the purity of
Catholic doctrine against heresy
and error, and extended every ef
fort to advance the clergy in vir
tue, discipline and learning. The
great motto of his reign was “to
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Blessed Peter Ixiuis Chanel was
born at Lyons, France, in 1803, and
was martyred at the age of 39 on
the Island of Futuna in the Tonga
Archipelago on April 28, 1841. He
had been a diocesan pnest for
some years when he joined the
Marist Fathers and was sent to the
mission field. During his three
years of missionary labors, he was
responsible for establishing a flour
ishing community of converts.
Blessed Maria Crocifissa di Ro
ma was born in Brescia, Italy, on
November 6, 1813, and died on De
cember 15, 1855. In a cholera epi
demic in 1836, when many victims
were abandoned by those who fear
ed contagion, she set her fellow
citizens an example by coming to
the aid of the afflicted.
This was the beginning of the
Congregation of the Handmaids of
Charity. Founded in 1839, the con
gregation was recognized in 1843
and later received the approval of
the Holy See.
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Divorces Blamed
On Lack Of Pre
Marital Briefing
WEST LIBERTY, W. Va. (NC)
—Hundreds of thousands of mar
riages that end in separation or
divorce could be kept intact if
young couples were properly brief
ed beforehand on the chef booby
traps in married life, according to
Father John A. O’Brien of the Uni
versity of Notre Dame.
“Such premarital instruction is
no less important than the blood
test and should be required before
a license to wed is granted,” Fa
ther O’Brien said.
The address by the noted author
and marriage counsellor was a
highlight of Religious Emphasis
Week at West Liberty State Col
lege.
A detailed investigation of 5.000
marriage failures indicates nine
booby-traps lie in the path of a
long and happy married life, Fa
ther O’Brien said. “Plain drunken
ness ruins the largest number of
marriages, accounting for about
30% of our broken homes,” he
said. “In addition, it is a contribut
ing factor in the wreckage of many
other marriages.”
“Infidelity ranks second and is
the cause of about 25% of our mar
riage failures.” the Notre Dame
priest declared. “In four out of five
cases the husband is the guilty
partner. It must be emphasized
that marriage begets not merely a
legal but also a moral and religious
obligation to be faithful to one's
vows.”
Father O’Brien listed other
booby-traps and their relative im
portance in marriage failures as
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Diplomat Declares
NEW YORK—(NC) —There no
longer is danger of France going
communist, Henri Bonnet, French
Ambassador to the United States,
declared here.
The Ambassador spoke *t a
luncheon in Manhattan College
which was part of a program hon
oring three French-born Brothers
of the Christian Schools on their
50th year in religious life.
Ambassador Bonnet said that
France had made great strides in
recovering from the. devastation
left in the wake of World War II.
He spoke of the sacrifices made by
both the United States and France
in fighting communism on the bat
tlefields of Korea and Indo-China.
He said that the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization countries are
motivated by the highest principles
of Christian civilization and have
as their one common objective the
attainment of peace.
irresponsibility, 13% incompati
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ter, 12% in-law interference, 7%
sex maladjustment, 5% mental ill
ness, 3% differences over religion,
3% and money troubles, 1%.
WASHINGTON—(NC)—His Em
inence Francis Cardinal Spellman,
Archbishop of New York, present
ed the Cardinal Spellman award
for service to the science of sacred
theology to Father Gerald Kelly,
S.J., professor of moral and pas
toral theology at St. Mary’* (Kans.)
College.
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St. Catherine, Teachers’ Patron
Sister M. Faustina, O.S.F., fourth grade teacher of St. Mary
Grade School, Columbus, is pictured ebove instructing some of her
Young students in the fundamentals of long division. Sr. Faustina,
a’ong with other teeehers throughout the world celebrated the feest
of their patron St. Catherine of Alexendria, Wednesday, Nov. 25.
St. Catherine, of noble birth and learned in the sciences, whan
only 18 years old, presented herself to Emperor Meximinus who wes
violently persecuting the Christian*, upbraided him for his cruelty
and endeavored to prove how iniquitous was the worship of false gods.
The infuriated Emperor detained her in the pelace and sum
moned numerous scholars whom he commanded to use ell their
skill to cause Catherine to apostolize. But she emerged from the
debate victorious.
Several of the scholars became Christians, thus enraging the
Emperor further. He had Catherine scourged end imprisoned where
she converted many.
Shortly thereafter, Emperor Maximinus had her beheaded.
Methodist Leader
Scores Public
School Education
CINCINNATI—(NC)—A Method
ist Church leader declared here
that Protestants do not w ant “pub
lic schools to which we have en
trusted our children for about one
third of their waking hours for
three-fourths of the year to offer
an education which ignores God.”
Dr. Mary Alice Jones, director of
children’s work for the Methodist
General Board of Education at
Nashville, Tenn., spoke before the
Methodist Church’s National Con
ference on Christian Education.
She called for public schools to
“Acknowledge the reality and sov
ereignty of God.”
She said that "no Protestant
wants to interfere with the free
dom of education/' but added
that an education which ignores
God is "unsound." She said such
an education is "directly detri
mental to the work of the church
es and the homes, which sesk to
teach children that their rela
tionship with God is the most
important relationship in their
lives."
Dr. Jones emphasized that the
Constitution of the United States
“does not outlaw God.” She added:
“Certainly it is the right of parents
to ask that the public schools ac
knowledge the reality and sover
eignty of God in overt ceremonials,
and certainly it is the right of
American parents to ask that the
public school officials cooperate
with the churches in the matter of
arranging schedules so that the
churches may on request of the
parents of the children receive
them from the school for a stated
period each w?eek for specific re
ligious education.”
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Mt. St. Joseph Student
Is Press Contest Winner
WASHINGTON (NC) Win
ner of the National Catholic Youth
Week Press Contest in the college
division was Joan May from Mount
St Joseph-On-The-Ohio, Mount SL
Joseph, Ohio. Marlene Reynolds,
La Sallette Academy, Covington,
Ky., was winner in the high school
division.
The contest, the second of its
type held in conjunction with Na
tional Catholic Youth Week, was
jointly sponsored by the Youth De
partment, National Catholic Wel
fare Conference, and the Catholic
School Pres* Association.
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CAIP Renames
Ohioan As Prexy
WASHINGTON (NC) Dr.
Raymond F. McCoy, dean of the
Graduate Division of Xavier Uni
versity, Cincinnati, was elected to
a third term as president of the
Catholic Association for Interna
tional Peace at the CAIP’s 26th an
nual meeting.
Three new vice-president* of the
organization are Jane M. Hoey, for
mer director of the Bureau of Pub
lic Assistance in the Social Securi
ty Administration Charles McNeill,
general manager of the Pflaum
Publishing Co., Dayton and Sister
Thomas Albert of Albertus Mag
nus College, New Haven, Conn.
Msgr. George C. Higgins, assist
ant director of the Social Action
Department, National Catholic Wel
fare Conference, was named exec
utive secretary.
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Australia To Hear Bishop
SYDNEY, Australia (NC)
Bishop Fulton Sheen’s “Life Is
Worth Living” program is to be
featured by the Catholic radio sta
tion 2SM here, it was announced by
the station director.
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WTM RATHER VINCENT
AS OUR DIRECTOR*
Fulda Plans
Two Catholic
Celebrations
FULDA, Germany—(NC) The
old West German see city of Fulda
is preparing for two big Catholic
events next year: The commemora
tion of the 1200th anniversary of
the death of St. Boniface, “Apostle
of the Germans,” whose tomb is
in Fulda cathedral, and the 76th
German “Katholikentag.”
Close to 100.000 Catholics from
all part* of the country are expect
ed to attend the St. Boniface cele
brations. which will take place
from May 30 to June 13. Already
new efforts are underway to make
it possible for Catholics from East
ern Germany to come to Fulda.
The government of the State of
Hess* hat granted fund* for the
restoration of the cathedral which
is to be completed next yeer. The
preparetions for the celebration
are in charge of Bishop Johannes
Dietz of Fulda.
Th? program for the next “Kath
olikentag". (German national con
vention) will be prepared by a com
mission of the Central Committee
of German Catholics which is
scheduled to meet in Fulda Nov. 30.
Prince Karl zu Loewenstein is pres
ident of the committee. The con
ventions take place every two
year, the last one being held in
Berlin in 1952.
Between these two events the
German Bishops will hold their
traditional annual meeting at the
tomb of St. Boniface.
Catholic Takes
Charge Of Atomic
Plants In Britain
LONDON—(NC)—Sir Edwin Noel
Plowden, a Catholic, is to take
charge of the development of atom
ic energy in Britain.
According to a government an
nouncement, the 46-year-old civil
servant will become chairman of
the new Atomic Energy Commis
sion which the government is pro
posing to establish once the neces
sary legislation has been passed by
Parliament.
Sir Edwin, who at present holds
the office of Chief Planning Offi
cer of the British government, was
educated in Switzerland and nt
Cambridge University. He entered
government sendee in 1939 and
advanced rapidly. He is married
and has four children.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES—9
Friday, November 27, 1953
Ohio
News In Brief
CINCINNATI Religious
Christmas cards this year came
close to one-fifth of th? total out
put of one of the nation’s lead
ing card manufacturers. The Gib
son Art Company of Cincinnati
reported that this year’s ratio of
18 per cent marked a ri*e of four
per cent over last year.
MILLVILLE Theodore May
nard, Catholic historian, calls the
Queen of Peace parish in Millville
“a mode] rural life parish” in his
new book. “The Catholic Church
and the American Idea.”
The church school, convent and
rectory were constructed entirely
by the parishioner* except for the
plastering.
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