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VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC)
Catholic school teachers received
in audience by His Holiness Pope
Pius XII were exhorted to he on
guard against “indifference and
lack of supernatural faith” hoth in
their personal and their social and
professional lives.
The educators were delegates to
the National congress of the I nion
of Catholic Middle School Teach
ers which met in Rome.
The Holy Hat her deplored the
dangers of materialism not only to
teachers and students but also to
the cultural life of the nation. He
also lamented low teacher pay
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Holy Father Exhorts Teachers
To Guard Against Secularism
which he said has bad effects.
The Pope warned the teachers
against letting their organization
become a mere labor union seek
ing material benefits. He said:
“The tendency, which is so in
flamed in our days, to procure prac
tical and immediate gain could
cause a transformation of your
union into one of the so many
unions whose sole real purpose is
economic improvements, whereas
you should seek in it a more pro
found and a more lasting and shin
ing good for yourselves and all the
members.”
Speaking of low pay for teach
ers, Pope Pius said it not only
failed to assure them the money
and time necessary for personal
culture and pedagogical im
provement but failed to provide
the bare necessities of life,
especially "for those who have
had the courage to assume the
burden of a family."
“A society which is concerned
with intellectual and moral attain
ments. which does not wish to
slide toward materialism,” he said,
“must show the e.teem it holds for
the profession of the teacher by
seeing that he receives a compen
sation that corresponds with his
social standing.”
However, economic ends are not
the first or most important con
sideration far teachers, the Pope
insisted, calling for real efforts
toward a continuing improvement
in the moral and professional for
mation of teachers. He said a
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deepening Christian life in them
selves will naturally increase their
efficiency ax teachers and their in
fluence for good over students
both now and in later life.
Declaring that improvements
in pedagogy arc being made ev
ery day, the Pontiff urged his
heerers to keep abreast of this
advance. At the same time he
said the Christian teacher can
not be satisfied with pedagogical
technique alone, since "he
knows through Faith and un
fortunately, experience proves it
—of the importance of sin in
the life of the young and like
wise of the influence of grace."
Pope Pius said that the good
teacher remember* the fact of
Original Sin and works to help
(he student to combat it through
the exercise of virtues. In work
ing in this full manner, he added,
the Christian teacher cooperates
in the work of the redemption and
has an activity analogous to that of
the priest.
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I2-Man I nit
Suggested To
Probe Reds
WASHIN GTON—(NO A pro
posal-has been made in Congress
to study the activities of the com
munist party in the United States
and to recommend whether or not
it should be outlawed. Following
a call at the White House. Repre
sentative Harley O. Staggers of
West Virginia, author of the pro
posal. said President Eisenhower
has promised that the administra
tion will study the plan.
Representative Staggers* bill
calls for the appointment of 12
commission members—four each
by the President of the United
States, the President of the Sen
ate and the Speaker of the House
of Representatives.
This commission would “investi
gate the menace to our way of life
involved in the activities of the
communist party in the United
States would give special attention
to whether it should be outlawed,
and. if it concludes that it should
be. it would study “the methods
most appropriate to so outlaw” it.
The commission would make its
report and recom. lendations to
Congress not later than six months
after appointment.—
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Irish Bishop Named
DUBLIN (NC) One of
Ireland’s most scholarly and versa
tile priests has been named by His
Holiness Pope Pius XII to suc
ceed the late Bishop John Dig
nan of Clonfert. who died last Ap
ril. He is Canon William Philbiii.
who has been professor of dog
matic theology in the national
seminary at Maynooth County Kil
dare, since 1936.
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CASTIGNOLA. Josephine. 77.
New Philadelphia. January 16. Sa
cred Heart Church. Survivors: Five
daughters, five sons, twelve grand
children and six great-grandchil
dren.
MARTIN. Mace A 72. 1876 Mo
ler St., Columbus, January 14. Cor
pus Christi Church. Survivors:
Five sons, five daughters, forty-one
glandchildren, twelve great-grand
children and two brothers.
McCABE. Mary. 80. 2661 Gran
ville Rd Columbus. January 13.
St. James the Less Church. Surviv
ors: Two daughters three sons, one
sister and one brother.
CRIQUI, Mary, 76. Chillicothe.
January 13. St. Peter's Church.
Canton. Survivors: Two sons, three
daughters, and eight grandchil
dren,
HERLIHY. Mrs. Daniel J., 92.
Chillicothe. January 14 St. Marys
Church. Survivors Two daugh
ters, three' sons, twelve grandchil
dren. eleven great-grandchildren,
one brother and a sister.
BUGNO. John. 62*48 W. Patter
son Ave., Columbus. January 12, St.
John the Baptist Church. Surviv
ors: His wife Maria two sons, one
daughter and three granddaugh
ters.
WORDEN. Mary. 75. 50 N. Cas
singham Rd., Columbus. January
16. St. Clements Church Navarre.
Ohio. Survivors: Her husband Leo,
two sisters, five brothers.
MAHER. Anna. 515 Kelton Ave.,
Columbus. January 13. Holy Rosary
Church. Survivors: Her hu«band
Eduard, two sons and five grand
children.
K
I Man Student Marian Tours
Representatives of the two major American Catholic college
students' groups are shown signing the document initiating student
Marian tours tor 1954. Signing for the National Federation of Ca
tholic Students is John Keane, of Iona College, New Rochelle, N. Y„
while NFCCS president David P. McWhirter (left) of Loyola Uni
versity, Los Angeles, and Newman Club Federation president Quinlan
Halbeisen (right), of Iowa State College, Ames, la., look on.
New Electric ‘Brain*
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NEW YORK iNt An electronic brain tran.datec
Russian into English loi the lust time a demonstration pct
formed jointly by Georgetown University s Institute of Lang
uages and Linguistics and the International Business Machine*
than 60 sentences were
the famous 701 IBM com
nd all were translated
Knights Of Si. John
To Install Officers Sunday
Officers of two branches of Co
lumbus Commandery 98, Knights
of St. John, will be installed Sun
day, Jan. 24. at 2 pm. in Auditor
ium Hall. 581 S. High St. Colonel
Wilbur J. Wuellner will conduct
the ceremonies, assisted by the
uniform rank and the Joanette
Girls Drill Team.
Uniform branch officers
John J. Walsh, president W
Wuellner, vice-president: Gr
Scheibel. recording s
H. L. Webb, financial
J. Marcum, treasurer Henr
L. Webb. Captain:
el. First Lieutenai
Second Lieutenar
Lei hold. Sergean
Leonard We
and \\. Josi
1 Arms.
Beneficial branch officers arc:
Leo J. Dietlin. president: Carl V.
Mehler and Granville Scheibel.
vice-presidents: W. Joseph Leibold.
recording secretary Henry L.
Webb, financial secretary Elmer
J. Ey, treasurer, and Carl Ran Sr.,
trustee.
Ladies and guests are invited to
attend the installation.
Thev Rest In Peace
KAISER. Margaret, 522 Mead
oway Pk., Worthington. January 13.
St. Michael Church. Survivors
Her husband John, one son, one
daughter, two grandchildren, one
brother, four sisters and several
nieces and nephews.
SNELL.
J.
Edward. 71, Marion.
January 11. St. James Church. Wy
oming. Survivors: One daughter,
one son. three grandchildren and
three sisters.
DEL RIZZO. Enrico. 59. 8654 N.
20th St., Columbus. January 12. St.
John the Baptist Church. Surviv
ors: His wife Marie, and one son.
BORING. Ellen L.. 42, Newark.
January 8. St. Francis de Sales
Church. Survivors: Her husband
Edwin, father, two brothers, one
daughter, four sisters and a grand
son.
DONOVAN, Anne. 48. Zanesville.
January 12. St. Thomas Church.
Survivors: Her husband Richaid
one son. two daughters, father, two
sisters and three brothers.
GASCOIGNE. Harriet. 56. 195
Richards Rd., Columbus. January
18. Immaculate Conception Church.
Survivors: Her husband Stephen,
two daughters, one sister and a bro
thei.
TINKER. Emma, 87. 353 Pied
mont Rd.. Columbus. January 12.
Immaculate Conception Church.
Survivors: Two sisters and a niece
and nephew.
BANGERT, Alois J.. 66, 426 S
17th St.. Columbus. January 10. Ho
ly Cross Church. Survivors: His
wife Catherine two sons, five
daughter*, twenty grandchildren
four brothers and two sisters.
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He termed the experimental
demonstration, which has enor
mous implications for both lin
guistics and electronics, as "a
Kitty Hawk of electronic transla
tion."
I SO Chairmen Report
I SO committee chairmen in
represents the National Catholic
Community Service on the Metro
politan Board.
HARRIS' GTON. John. Neu
Straitsville. January 16, St. Au
gustine Church. Survivor One
brother.
SHONK. Joseph. 85. Lancaster.
January 12. St. Mary's Church Sur
vivors: One sister, a brother and
several nieces and nephews.
CORBETT Katherine. Groveport,
January 16. St. Mary's Church. Sur
vivors: Two brothers and several
nieces and nephews.
RANNEY. Mary. 73, 307 E. Town
St., Columbus, January 12. Holy
Cross Church. Survivors: One bro
ther a niece and two nephews.
KROMOVIC. Mary. 73. Dover,
January 14, Sacred Heart Church.
Survivors: Her husband Joseph,
one daughter and two grandsons.
LEAVEY. Peter V.. 59. 437 Syca
more-st, Columbus. January 12. St.
Mary's Church. Survivors: Four
daughters and two sons.
HESS. Anna M., 61, Chillicothe
January 18 St. Peters Church. Sur
vivors: One daughter, three sons
one sister and six grandchildren.
MARTIN. Charles D., Chillicothe
January 15. St. Mary s Church.
Black suede and
Multi Su.de with
platforms.
Springs Nuns
Will Attend
Medical Meet
of St. Mary of the Sp
Thomas Aquin. O.P.,
Margaret Ann. OP
tend a joint meeting
Kentucky and Indiana
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pices of the Am
Clinical Pathologi
University Medici
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A seminar, u
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Mary of the
Aews In Brief
celebratior
the Cincin
Holv Dav
CLEVELAND John Carroll
University announced last week
a $2,646,000 expansion program
to add three buildings to the Uni
versity Heights Campus. Due for
construction are a Student Activ
ities Center costing $628,000, a
Transportation Hall costing
$215,000 and a Gymnasium cost
ing $1,043,000.
The school also plans to spend
$760,000 to increase service facil
ities. such as parking and car
penter shops, and to carry on a
remodeling program in some of
the present buildings.
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Tope Haile Haiti
VATICAN CITY—(Radio. NC)—
His Holiness Pope Pius XII has
sent an autograph letter to Presi
dent Eugene Magloire of Haiti of
fering his congratulations of the
150th anniversary of the Island re
public’s independence.
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Friday. Jan 22. 1954 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—-3
Korean V et On Grenade,
For Rookie Soldier
BOSTON. Mass. (NC)
offered here for Sgt. Leonard
to obtain the Congressional Me
who gave his life to protect an
explosion at Fort Dix. N. J.
1 he Mass was otiercd by Father
Daniel A O’Leary in Gate of Heav
en Church, South Boston. The ser
geant attended Nazareth parochial
school in South Boston and left
Oliver Perry public high school
when he was 17 to join the Army.
The,tragedy at Fort Dix occurred
wl en the “rookie. Pvt. John
O’Callaghan of New York, threw
a grenade which failed to clear a
pit in which he v.as standing.
In the five seconds before the
grenade exploded, the sergeant,
who was acting as instructor,
leaped into the pit pushed the
horrrified "rookie" behind him
and threw himself on the gren
ade. An hour later Sergeant
Moran died in a hospital.
Both Senator Leverett Salton
■all of Ma-achusetts apri Rep
lohn V. Vc orriack of Ma^sa
the Congressional Medal of Honor.
He deserves the best the countrv
can give. I am confident the mili
tary authority wPI recognize it as
Here in Boston. John Norton
22. a Korean veteran, recalled that
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three years ago. He said that while
serving in Korea Sergeant Moran
fell on top of him to protect him
from a hail of enemy bullets over
head.
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