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Page® Christmas Greet in fix Quality Baking Co 50 N. Glanwoed Ave. Columbus Christmas Jays and Hlessin/ts St. Patrick's Church Dominican Fathers Grant at Naghfen Columbus, O. crr»j 04 The C. E Morris Co STRUCTURAL STEEL Columbus, Ohio ©ax ©ax SM* CHRISTMAS GREETINGS ROLLERLAND E. Mound At 18th FA. 1177 COLUMBUS, OHIO sw r.x isaix ©ax May The Joys Of The New Bom King Be Yours For All Time Sisters of Notre Dame Saint Joseph Academy COLUMBUS, OHIO St. Anthony Hospital Columbus, Ohio ©ax uiarj*ix THE CATHOLIC TIMES Mental Teaser Begin at the indicated by the arrow and move up, down, across,I was rich in faith. Father John diagonally (any way as Jong as the squares touch at some point)!^e to?*^ ’nsVP such fait I and spell out a Christmas message. Use all the letters and end withl I Every daay, for weeks past, An the indicated by the arrow. Solution on page 10. I -e ha(j cojn, to pray to the Bless led Virgin for the buggy. And now rill MT I 1/ I flC iVCIV iBOF I Trilli/* leves /BftO I lifts With each of us there is some-1 thing either of appreciation or re I gret as we contemplate the pass-1 ing of the old year. Is it for time! lost or tiipe gained? Time is lent! to us to be used in service. We can-1 not be too diligent in using it if* we s SH* ifM* Z* 7 Time is the most undefinable yet paradoxical of things: the past is I gone, the future has not come, and the present becomes the past even while we attempt to define it. The hours perish and are laid to our charge for time, like life, can nev er be recalled. Time is kind to us. Sorrow and suffering are. our common lot, but time heals our wounds and covers the scars with the precious balm of forgetfulness. There are mo ment when it seems that life must end in heart-break, that there is no hope. But with the morning comes easing of pain. Life stirs again, hope rises anew with the procession of days. Each setting sun is the promise of a new day “and in the morning gladness.” Each New Year's Day is ours. We can begin afresh, secure in the faith that God, the essence of Time, wills us to be good, to be whole, to be glad. Christmas Greetings SWICKARD RENTAL AGENCY ROOM 208 12 N 3rd AD. 7030 Columbus, Ohio Faith, Hope and Charity These Three But The Greatest Of These Is Charity Angie Had All hree By Neva France Lambert Father John dropped wearily into the old chair, which squeaked its protest against his weight. Its sagging springs and worn cushions reminded him that he. too, was getting old. For 40 years he had kept the little church going in this settle ment of mixed races. Times like today he felt discouraged, felt that his work and time had It was Christmas Eve. For the past month Father John had work ed harder than ever, begging from the well-to-do in order that the less fortunate of his parish might have a little cheer. Thanks to his untir ing efforts, all of his families would have a basket of food for their Christmas dinner, all the chil dren at least one toy as well as candy and nuts. Father John smiled when he thought of toys. He was glad that he had been able to get a doll for Mary Notti and a doll buggy for little Angie, who had so want ed a buggy for her battered old doll, the one she loved so much. Little Angie had known many hardships in her short life. Her mother was serving time for steal ing. Her father had died leaving the family penniless. But Angie into the adults for his parish, she would get her buggy. Father John had found a nice one He thought of how Angie’s big black The year 1953 is almost a matter! His pleasant thoughts were in ot history. Another chapter of lifel terrupted by the entry of his has been written for each of us.l housekeeper, followed by woe in Its record will stand for all etern-lthe person of Rosa Notti. wife of ity. Whether there has been suc-lPasquale. Rosa wept copious tears, cess or failure has depended upon! while from her lips poured such the attitude we assumed towardfa mixture of bad Italian and woise the great punciples of lite Ini English. Father John had nimn them we feel the beneficent touch! of Time comforting, healing, sus-l taining. I would shine with pleasure on Lhe morrow. Raedel I consider that time is precious,! short, passing, uncertain, irrevoc-l able when gone, and that for which! we must be accountable. We speak of the beginning of I time, hut we cannot imagine it. Wei talk about saving time, knowing I full well we cannot delay or hold it for one precious moment. I 614 E. Center St Lt? •»sr Friday, Dec. 1«, 1953 gone for nothing. trouble in finding out just what it was all about. It seemed Pasquale had taken the basket of food, meant for the dinner next day, and traded it for liquor. “. an’ now. Father John the little keeds, no can eat, must go hongry on the Christmas day. For me, I no care for the bam binos, it is bad.” While Rosa wept on. Father John said to his housekeeper, “Hannah, you fill a basket for Rosa and help her carry it home.” And, in answer to Hannah’s speechless but visible remonstrance, added, “Yes, certainly, take it all. The Continued on Page 13) a Season's Greetings! THE ARDIT MOSAIC-TILE & MARBLE CO 667 71 W. Mound St. Columbus, Ohio T© Our Mends and Beet Wkrfiee Hardware Co. JARDINE Plumbing Co. 124 N. Columbus I Lancaster, Ohio Chillicothe, Ohio 'xsye jtm* tress Christmas Greetings To All Our Friends East Side Awning Mfg. Co. 1373 E. MAIN ST. COLUMBUS, O. May This Christmas-Time Bring Much Joy To All! PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS a»t*s*s*2*»s*»»^***5*J*J*s*J^J*s*J*2*25» S___________■» IT PAYS TO SHOP At PENNEY’S In Mt. Vernon, Ohio Marion, Ohio