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■t TERGO 24 E. Third Ave Columbus, Ohio COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICE ad 3943 AD 5909 'a I Sister Mary Kenneth, O.P., moderator Frances Stergios, campus CCD chairman Father James Kulp diocesan director of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, and Theresa At- wood, CCD teacher, are pictured discussing techniques to be used in their apostolate work. WHITE LUSTRE THE ALL PURPOSE, SAFE, LIQUID CLEANER The Floor Wax That Resists Wear FOR OFFICES, STOREROOMS, SCHOOLS, INSTITUT'ONS MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTED dY ROSE Chemical Products s THESE FUNERAL DIRECTORS CONSCIENTIOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE KELLY 2333 N. HIGH ST. AT PATTERSON Ambulance FUNERAL HOME WILLIAM J. SIMONS McNAMARA FUNERAL HOME A Catholic Funeral Home Upholding Catholic Ideals. Following Catholic Principle! HOMELIKE Within the Financial Means of Any Family FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1870 Dial GArfield 1185 C09u e«L Bl KL. 3381 UN CADILLAC AMBULANCE NOW IN SERVICE 405 E. TOWN ST., COLUMBUS MAEDER-QUINT uneral Parlors Ambulance Service Successor io ARTHUR H. MAEDER & CO. )04« S. HIGH ST. Just north of Greenlawn Av. LEO F. HAAG FUNERAL HOME GA. 4569 UK Jacrer St- ft 30 Years rendering the best possible Services at the least Expense, to our Clients whom we try our best to satisfy. 1177 West Sth Ave., Cor. Doten Ave. Columbus, Ohio I Phone UN. 1233 Phone UN. 5477 Private Ambulance Private Parking Area ft 2 Limousines for Weddings ft Students Prepare For Work With Confraternity Of Christian Doclrine Jane McMullen and Lynn Ford discuss the Sacrament of Penace at the Brother Martin Home for Cerebral Palsy patients. Girls Accept (Juist’s Challenge To Peach In Time For Eternity Over eighteen percent ol the student body at the College of St. Mary of the Springs have accepted the challenge of Christ to work in time for eternity. Under the direction of Father the Confraternity of Christian Doc trine. and with Sister Mary Ken neth as moderator, a group of for preparing ty-four students are themselves to become member the C.C.D. Some are lively engaged in teaching religion to public school children, to the blind, deaf, mentally retarded, to alreadv aged resident The CCD is the action under the Cardinal Ambulance To Martyrdom BERLIN (NO The Warsaw pulpit from which His Eminence Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski preach ed the evening before his arrest is quickly’ acquiring the renutation ol a stepping stone to martyrdom. The Cardinal's fate of disappear ing in the clutches of the Red police has befallen another cleric who spoke from the same pulpit in the university church of St. Ann in “Warsaw. The new victim is Father Zeja. according to information reaching here. In a sponsored organization of “patriot ic priests.” Afterwards, the priest was called to the Warsaw ment office of religious “for a new assignment." appeared and has not been since. affairs He dis sen Presented the award by Gov. Charles Russell of Nevada at the club's annual banquet. Father Car mody also received a citation which paid tribute to his “devoted service to mankind.” The Catholic Press guards and defends the rights of all men. ever alert to the dangers that threaten the Christian Way of life. It needs your support,. Renew your sub scription to The Catholic Times. PHYSICIANS’ SUPPLIES endt-Brigtol Co. TRUSSES SUPPORTS BELT? EXPERT FITTERS N«w Fitting Room* on Fint Floor “Th. Proscription StoreColumbus” W* Rove E. State St. 21 N. Hijrh St AP. 410S MA. SIM WE DELIVER The Colder the Weather the More You'll APPRECIATE... clergy. At St. Mary’s it is a unit of the National Federation of Ca tholic College Students. College graduates who know their religion and are trained to teach it can be of enormous help in their own par ishes. There are many phases of thi work which appeal to zealous stu dents. They may become Teachers (of young cr old) Fishers (home visitors contacting fallen-away Ca tholics) Helpers (preparing mater ials. providing transportation, etc.) Discussants (in study clubs for teen-agers or adults) and Apos- outside the fold). Uniformly enthusiastic, the stu■ dents who participate in CCD activI ities give generously of time and energy. Preparation, travel, and actual teaching consume several hours each week. In working with the diocesan director and the mod erator. these college students are preparing themselves for a future as Parent-Educators in theii own homes. Father Kulp has placed a car at the disposal of the traveling teach ers. but they could easily use three more. Donations for catechisms, pictures, and other visual aid have come from the student body and interested friends. These are ex tremely helpful in teaching the handicapped. Sister Mary Kenneth holds a briefi period every Monday aft ernoon for those interested or en gaged n CCD work. Twenty hours of class work are required before the student receives her certifi cate. Many of the Alumnae are car rying on CCD activities in vacation schools and parishes in several dio ceses. One. Mary Catherine Zang, studying in France on a Fullbright scholarship, is making use of op portunities in France, continuing CCD work among students there. of Father Donald Carmody, pastor St. Bridget s parish and director of Catholic Community Welfare, has been selected winner of the first annual Humanitarian Award by the Las Vegas Tent 39 of Variety In ternational. in the Harva A’ Anti -Catholic ’Trivia Gossip* Cited By Jurist In Church-State Study CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (NO A legal study, “Church, State and Freedom.” has been critized in the Harvard Law Re view for containing “trivia and gossip reflecting on one particular religious denomination.” The book is a treatment on problems of separation of Church and State the U.S. by Leo Pfeffer. Reviewing the 675-page S. De: mond of the New York Court of Appeals recognized the “clarity and completeness” of Mr. effer's le gal analyses but said the work of ten “strays off to become some thing other than a ‘law book .” the fair Judge Desmond Celled book "somewhat less than and objective" in dealing public school released time grams and accused the author of "complete confusion" as to the with pro Mary Ann Nieman, Father Clement Faistl, pastor of St Gabriel parish, and the primary Sunday School class at St Gabriel. Marlene Kuhn prays with a patient at Alumcrest. official Catholic position on pub lic schools. “in his zeal to show the ‘divisive’ effects of released-time programs, the author devotes eleven pages to the contents of ex parte affidavits not considered by any court, and amounting, really, to little more than back-fence spatting over petty instances of miserable racial bigotry.” Judge Desmond wrote. He said alleged preoccupation of the Catholic hierarchs with poli- "V Mi At the School for the Blind, Betty Tholen and Margaret Baker teach the intermediate students. hold fit or into Beautiful and Sturdy All Aluminum Storm Doors obsession with Mr ,eems. however, Religion An Intruder .vhat he mond said. "Historically, that is indefens ible, as Mr. Pfeffer's own histor ical summary shows. And, in principles, and in morals, it is surely unsound. 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