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6—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Jan. 1, 1954
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Time Life
Bl FATBRR GABRntL AFFORD
Th* F*a*t of Th* W**k
Sunday i. the feast of the Hob
Name of Jesus Some moment dur
mg the da\ be sure to think oxer
what the name suggests it means
Savior, that is your Sasior. With
that tn the hack of your mind it i
pretty certain that you will call
upon Christ as your Savior when
ever you are faced with a tempta
Whar*
your aharel
T» naan Myekeefc
tion that seems over-powerful. As
a special project for Sunday, why
not pray that the Holy Name So
ciety in your parish will round up
all the men who ought to belong.
Th* Y**r of Mary
Be sure to give plenty of room
for Mary, the Mother of God in
this year you are entering. Dust off
your Rosary and keep saying it
with greater and greater devotion.
Feature a picture or statue of the
Blessed Virgin in your room. Plan
on showing some special devotion
to Mary each Saturday, and aim
at Mass and Communion for the
first Saturday of each month. The
more love and devotion you show
the Mother of God the more help
will she give you. You can lose
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BUCKEYE FEKWl
i MMMS IM LAM MMCUDAI
A Happy Year
The easiest way to keep this a
happy year is" to have as mucfi fun
as you can. The only sure way to
do this is to help others have as
much fun as you do. Then it will
spread all around you to the point
where your whole circle of friends
will keep the happiness angle run
ning on and on. Naturally, you
have to remain in the state of
grace to do this effectively. That
is the Catholic way of life. The
saints were the happiest people on
earth. They had a real zest for liv
ing. and tha* is just another way
of having fun.
Naw Year's N*f*
Cheer up: the future can’t be as
black as the past years.
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Scouting under Catholic auspic
es has been in vogue in the Colum
bus Diocese for many years. Cor
pus Christi parish of Columbus is
one place where there is much ac
tivity in this form of boy program.
December 18th, both the scout
troop, which is being reactivated,
and the cub pack No. 25 held ac
tivities. The cubs entertained with
a talent show at a Christmas party
which had an attendance of 111
people, including cubs and par
ents. There was also a gift ex
change and community singing.
The hall was decorated with novel
ties made by Den Mothers Mrs.
James Wiltshire, William Schwarz
walder, Harvey Parsons, Richard
Arnold. Edward Albrecht, and An
drew' B. Sweeney. Also present
were cub master Richard Arnold.
Leo J. Dunbar, assistant, Lance
Tigyer, treasurer, Mrs. Robert
Shiftier, secretary, and Francis
“Pete” Wein, ouldoorsman.
The Boy Scout troop of the -arnc
parish, number 56. held its Christ
mas social also. Mr. Max (’. Bender
of the Holy Name, sponsor of the
troop, announced the new troop
committee for the coming year. F.d
Adolph is committee chairman, Bill
Hoermle the finance man. Fred
St. Marv C.Y.O. Plans Holidav Partv
The Catholic Youth of St. Leo, St. Ladislaus and Corpus Christi perishes will be guests of the St.
Mery Catholic Youth Organization (C.Y.O.) et e holiday party to be held in the St. Mery perish
auditorium, Jen. 10. In cherge ef the perty ere th* young people pictured ebov*. They ere, left to
right, Joe Grispino, treasurer Sally Bingmer, secretary Willard Hilsheimer, president, and Rita
Cartright, vice president. The Catholic High School students of the south end are invited to attend
the party.
Catholic Youth
Bureau Notes
Terrill the outdoorsman, and Leo
J. Dunbar the advancement man.
Ed Hueckel and Bill Seiple are
scoutmaster and assistant respec
tively.
The Diocesan Catholic Youth
Council will issue a calendar of
events plus suggestions for parish
youth activity for the new yewr, in
the very near future. One sugges
tion will be that the meetings of
parish youth groups follow a set
form which will include a greater
part of the fourfold program.
The meetings would open with
business which will be planned
ahead of time. The members then
would assemble for the spiritual
exercise of the program, the Ros
ary, perhaps. Following would be
the cultural phase which would in
clude some study program which
would be suitable for the group
and finally the social program. The
Deanery meetings will he conduct
ed in this fashion for two or three
months to acquaint the officers
with the procedure. The CYC Cal
endar will include the dates and
places for the quarterly day of Rec
ollection in each Deanery, the date
for the proposed Fiest program,
picntcs, lecture series and Deanery
and Diocesan Conferences.
Library Notes
'Christmas Chronicle' Draws
Reader Closer To Savior
From the D» pert meet of Librery Sctenee
College of St. Mery ef th* Spring*
A Christmas Chronicle by Aloy
sius Horn St. Anthony Guild Press.
Paterson, N.J., 1941.
Father Horn's great interest in
the Christmas cribs of Cathedrals
and Churches throughout the world
i« splendidly shown in this Christ
met Chronicle. This unique and
well written chronicle will appeal
to the entire family. The most beau
tiful and colorful of the Christmas
prophecies, legends, histories, and
anecdotes will prove interesting
ft
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y*«tr ChooroUt tltal*
SS5 W. Broad St.
PLETCHER 1SSS
and enjoyable to the reader. The
intention of the author is to draw
people to the true figure of Christ
mas. especially at this season when
many, lost in the glamor and gifts
of Christmastime, forget Him to
whom we owe homage.
SEWING MACHINES
SALES SERVICE
ADemt 1547
E B.
A Chronological Harmony of the
Gospel*, by Stephen Hartdegen.
OFM. St Anthony Guild Press.
Paterson, N.J., 1942.
Through scriptural research, an
arrangement of the Gospels, show
ing the historic relation of the var
ious discourses and events to one
another is excellently handled by
Father Hartdegen in his Chrono
logical Harmony of the Gospels.
Although not recommended foi the
ordinary reader, if will be of great
help to priests, seminarians, and
scholars. A few of the main tea
hires include the adoption of the
theory of a two and a half year
ministry: an ariangement into
parts, chapters and sections which
facilitate? study preliminary notes
to difficult sections, and explana
tory notes as required by ('anon
Law: cross references, various in
dexes and outlines, plus a number
of maps and illustrations.
EMR.
The Adventvres of Penche of
Peru, by Albert J. Nevins Dodd.
Mead, and Co., New York, 1953.
$2.75.
The thrilling adventures and in
tense action of Pancho's life around
his native village in the high moun
tains of Peru are skillfully written
in this hook for older boys and
girls. The author presents the story
in such a way that the reader’s
interest is held from the beginning
of the story to the end. Different
phases of simple mountain life are
described throughout the book in
cluding accounts of Indian family
life, religious life, and the social
life of the younger generation.
Ex-J ftp Diplomat
Now Catechist
CHOSHl, Japan—(NC) When
the catechist at the Columban
church here tells people that the
Catholic Church is genuinely Cath
olic, they believe him because he
has seen the Church practically ev
erywhere.
The catechist is Peter Shibazuki.
a former career diplomat who has
served his government in China.
Russia. Manchuria and the United
States. He also had an audience
with the Pope during a round the
uorld lour. He made the trip as
secretary to Japanese Admiral Ya
mamoto, also a Catholic.
Mr. Shibazuki speaks fluent Eng
lish. Russian, Chinese and Korean
in addition to his native Japanese.
When he says the Catholic Church
is “the biggest thing in the world,”
his catechumens are convinced.
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Interracial Unity Urged
Among Southern Scouts
NEW ORLEANS —(NC)— Catholic Boy Scout units in
the South were called upon at a chaplains’ meeting here to
take “an active, positive position to make others realize that
this organization is and should always be a Christian organiza
tion—that draws no barrier in creed or color.”
“With the realization that our
mission is to work for Christ for
the salvation of all men, we must
to the best of our ability and with
the existing conditions strive for
a more unified Scout program
among all our children, especially
we who are Catholics,” the chap
lains were told.
Speaking at a conference of
Scout chaplains of seven southern
dioceses attended by three mem
bers of the hierarchy. Father Jos
eph Toomey, Scout chaplain for
the Diocese of Mobile, said:
"It has always b**n th* rol* of
th* Church to strengthen human
behavior. This is also her major
objective in th* work of promot-
ing the work of the Boy Scouts.
This being our purpose, it must
be all inclusive, touching the
lives of all our children regard
less of color."
Pointing to the value of Catholic
Scouting programs among Negro
youth. Father Toomey stated that
Catholic Scouts “should be made
to understand that this organiza
tion exists in a country that is
founded on the principle of equity
for all. and that, with their Cath
olic heritage, they should not con
tent themselves with being toler
ant. but even more so of being
helpful in every way possible to
ward colored Scouts.”
Addressing the chaplains. Bish
op Richard O. Gerow of Natchez
outlined advancements by Catholics
in racial understanding and asked
the Boy Scout chaplains to contin
ue to contribute 'their aid.
“We are on the right track.” the
prelate stated. “I hope in ten years
the problem will be solved.”
Educators Will Tour
MH,WAUKEE. (NO—Political
and social problems of European
Catholicism will be studied by
members of a Marian Year tour
of six foreign countries next sum
mer. Dr. Rudolph E. Morris of the
Marquette University sociology de
partinent. will head the tour.
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Two other prelates addressed
the chaplains. Archbishop Joseph F.
Rummel praising the work of Boy
Scout organizations in combatting
delinquency through emphasis on
things spiritual, and Bishop Char
les P. Greco of Alexandria stress
ing the importance of religious ac
tivities in Catholic Scout units.
Speaking of the emphasis on
spiritual teaching in Catholic
troops. Archbishop Rummel said:
“That is why I am so enthusiastic
about Scouting. Delinquency is a
lack of the spiritual destiny of hu
man beings?’
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NEW YEARS THANKS
Warmest thanks te dear American friends was spoke* to Ms*r.
.McMahon and his assistant. Fr. Tuohy. by a croup of refugee ehil*
dren of this new school built by your mites. We know your kind"
nesses of 1953 to our MISSION CLUBS for schools, orphan*, lepers,
novices and student* will not fail ns in 1954. Start the New Tear
out TODAY by asking a friend to join onr DOLL AR-A-MONTH
CLUBS.
January dollars to BAS1L1ANS will help schools for refu
gee children tn another area. The partially completed new Damien
Institute in India will thank you for LEPER FUND gift*. St. An*
thony church in Thayankary, India, is the CHAPEL-OF-THE
MONTH and MONICA GUILD dollars will adorn its altar*. Th*
babies at the Crib in Beirut will wax strong on ORPHANS BREAD.
The noviees et Asmara. Eritrea, will look for your deposit* bl
MARY'S BANK, while the Holy Land seminarian* will look for
CHRYSOSTOMS.
STAR IN THK EAST
Stell* mean* "star” in Latin. We have SISTER STELLA, a novice
with the Adoration Sisters, Koratty, India, who will be one of God’s
atars in th* East, if we ean find someone to help her with the $158
we need for each of her two. years training. Won't you atart her
New Year off with the joyful note that she ha* found friend i*
you. She’ll never forget you.
ATIM A FORGOTTEN
Seem* unbelievable. Yet, except for a few ef Her meet faithful
children wbe always have Her in their hearts. Her appeal for mites
for the new FATIMA SHRINE in JORDAN ha* been forgotten by
ever so many. Have you? Today send Her your mite. S19 will buy
a block. With your gift, ask for “Hills of the Morning.”
ELIAS
Is studying now in the Maronite Seminary' *1 Mar Abda, Lebanon.
We ere hoping to find someone to "adopt” thia poor boy. We need
$100 for each of the six years of his training. Won't yeu take this
lad into your family by helping him with this yearly aum in any
installments. His lifelong prayers will be yours.
IF GOD IS IN YOUR WILL, YOU’LL BE IN HIS.
behold: oxe GREATER THAN ELLAS herfj
The great prophet Elias spent his days and prayed atop Mt. Carmel
in Palestine. Today on it* slope is the town of Esfia with a com
munity of Greek Catholic*. The good Bishop Hakim wishes to build
them a modest chureh. named St. Elias. He will need 82.60h, Th*
mam altar will cost $125. Won you send hijn a dollar. Added t*
other*, it quickly mounts up
FLKiHT 1NTO~EGYPT
When the Holy Family fled, they left at once with eeareely any
provisions, trusting completely in Ged's Pro vid eno*. When our
wonderful Lay Missionaries left for their poet* in the Jordan deeerta,
they also had no provisions except their trust In God. We hope
YOU will be GOD’S PROVIDENCE in your generon* thoughts ot
their heroic work. Your name will ever be in the grateful prayers
of these gallant girls.
THE THREE KINGS BORE “STRINGLESS GIFTS." HAVE YOU
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