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2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Feb. 5, 1954
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Fears Subsidy
In Medicine
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (NO—
The old theory’ that government
subsidy means government control
is the cause for the American Med
ical Association’s fear of govern
ment in the medical field. Dr. Ed
uard J. McCormick, AMA presi
dent, declared here.
“If government entered medical
education,” Dr. McCormick said,
“there eventually would be gov
ernment dictation. We worry par
ticularly when we see the Supreme
Court recognize what the govern
ment subsidized it controls.”
The 65-year-old AMA chief,
whose is in Toledo, 0., came here
to address a meeting jointly spon
sored by the Los Angeles Chamber
of Commerce and the Los Angeles
County Medical Association. His
son, Father Richard McCormick.
S.J., is on the faculty of West Ba
den (Ind.) College.
In an interview here, Dr. Mc
Cormick pointed but:
“There are several Catholic
schools of medicine in our coun
try today, and as a Catholic, I
myself would fear government
subsidy. As Catholics we could
be fearful that some medical
teachings, for example, not in
accord with Catholic morals and
principles, would have to be
taught because of government
control."
The record of subsidization pro
grams has been far from success
ful/ Dr. McCormick said. He add
ed: “As a matter of fact, since be
fore the time of Christ this busi
ness of subsidization has been a
failure. All of these proposals for
subsidizing by government have
been tried out. and they all have
failed.”
Dr. McCormick pointed to the
“plight in England today” w'here
there is socialized medicine. He
remarked that it “is certainly not
the type of medical care the people
in the United States would take.”
He said that while socialized medi
cine has not yet collapsed, “it
doesn’t seem very far from fail
ure.”
Priests’ Eucharistic
league Convention Set
NEW YORK (NO The
fourth biennial convention of the
diocesan directors and promoters
of the Priests’ Eucharistic League
will be held in Detroit on Feb. 23
and 24, it was announced here by
father Raymond A. Tartre, S.S.S.,
league national director.
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AMA Prexv First Group Confirmed In Mt. Gilead
A
Tito Confirms
In Communist
Sues
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The first Confirmation class from St. Matthew parish, Mt. Gilead is shown with Bishop Ready
who administered the Sacrament after celebrating Mass for the first time in the newly remodeled
chapel in the parish house. With the Bishop and the class are, left to right, Father Joachim J. Shults,
SS.CC., pastor of St. Matthews, Father James Keefe, SS.CC., assistant at St. Matthews, Father George
Schorr, J.C.D., vice-chancellor of the Diocese and Father Bernard Clement, SS.CC., assistant at the parish.
VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC) Whatever else it may
show, the Djilas case proves once more that “the Yugoslav re
gime confirms its fidelity to communist ideology and to the
‘ethic- which derives from it.”
This comment appeared in a
front page article of Osservatore
Romano, Vatican City daily, aftei
it had heen announced that. Milo
van Djilas. formerly a top Red
propagandist in Yugoslavia, had
been branded as a “heretic’ for
writing a series of articles in
which he declared that commun
ists were not necessary for bring
ing about socialism
Fidelity
Beliefs
Djilas, personal friend of Mar
al Tito and long regarded as one
Yugoslavia's leading Marxist
eorists, called in his articles for
reform of the Communist League
in Yugoslavia. The articles appear
ed in Borba. official communist
organ, and were branded by Red
critics as having done great harm
to the unity of the Yugoslav com-
(Djilas was later reported to
have “renounced" his views a^d
to have admitted his guilt in pro
voking s split in the Communist
League. Accused of having been
unduly influenced by the West,
he was dropped from the Yugo
slav Communist Central Com
mittee and stripped of all his
posts in the Communist League.)
erico Alossani irini, member of the
Osservatore si
action arouse?1
aff, said that the re
by the Djilas arti-
cles was not nearly so surprising
as th? fact vat the articles had
heen puhlishcn at an.
The editorial
Djilas had vv
pointed out that
ritten, among other
Hung.-. that
was a mistake
ated the inti
?rsecution of religion
because it accentu
jence of the clergy.
Although lfi as did not use the
void pciM'iii ion, but spoke only
of ■'rc-t riel mi
or had asset-ted
,” the Yugoslav lead
that the clergy
profited by
ends and gaitled
•eligion for political
rather than suf-
fered h\ rest ■iction, the comment
said.
“The word* of Djilas," the Oz
servatore article continued, "gain
another confirmation when they
denounce a precise state of af
fairs. The statements we report
betray a Marxist mentality, or
at least one soaked in anti-cleri
cal 'laicism.'
He has to admit, however, that
when the cl nrgy stands firm in
the defense of the spiritual and
moral rights
it is right in
it the human person,
doing so. because in
Yugoslavia today it is not only re
ligiou- lihei t\ which is limited, but
even that re-d
possibility of
ricted and controlled
worship which com-
munist iiisl tion itself guarantees
and should protect.’’
“Whoever would say to the con
trary. lies, and knows he lies,” the
article stressed, adding:
“If Djilas, after confessing his
faults before the Communist
League. uiteinL to return to the
‘real truth’ oi the communists, then
this can only mean that after a
period of relative sincerity, he can
still falsify. Nevertheless, that
which has been written has heen
written.”
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STEUBENVILLE In order
to house the tons of engineering
equipment acquired last week,
the College of Steubenville has
rented 3,600 square feet of
space in an office building for a
temporary lab. The school offi
cials were unable to wait for the
permanent placement of the
equipment in their own Science
Building.
Of Interest to Catholics
RADIO PROGRAMS
Saturday, Feb. 6
WHKC, Columbus, 6:45 p.m.—
Catholic News
Sunday, Feb. 7
BNS. Columbus, 10:30 a m.—
Hour of Holiness Locally
produced Marian Year pro
gram series. Sunday, the
story of Our Lady of Czesto
chowa will be told. It is the
story of Mary and the Polish
nation.
WR.FD, Worthington. 11:45 a m.
—Hour of St. Francis
WHIZ, Zanesville, 2:00 p.m.—
Catholic Hour
WLW, Cincinnati, 3:00 p.m.—
Catholic Hour
WCOL, Columbus, 5:30 p.m.—
Greatf*st Story Ever Told
XXT. Portsmouth.. 5:30
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HKC,
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Hour
XXT, Portsmouth, 8:15 p.m
istophers
WCOL, Columbus, 9:30 p.m.
“Back to God”—Special Amer
ican Legion program. Bishop
Sheen, President Eisenhower
to appear.
W 1!
Columbus, 10:00 p.m.—
"Bae k to God”
w •. Portsmouth, 10:15 p.m.
lb ur of St. Francis
v i Columbus, 10:30 p.m.—
Bai k to God”
Tuesday, Feb. 9
Columbus, 3:00 p.m.—
1 ni\ ersity Symposium Series
I ther Urban Nagle, O.P.,
of S
will
t. Mary of the Springs,
be interviewed concern
ing ‘Religion in the Theater”
by WOSU assistant program
duei’tor, Robert Holsinger.
The
at 6
program will be broadcast
■30 p.m.
TELEVISION PROGRAMS
Sunday, Feb. 7
IA\-C. Columbus, 9 t)0 a m.—
atholic Hour Fourth in a
series of programs on the life
of the Blessed Mother, enti
tled “I Sing oi a Maiden.”
WBNS-TV, Columbus, 11:00 a.
m.—Christophers
BNS-TV, 2:30 p.m.—“Back to
God”—Special American Le
gion program. Bishop Sheen
and President Eisenhower will
appear.
Monday, Fab. 8
WHIZ-TV, Zanesville. 9.00 p.m.
Life Is Worth Living Bish
op Sheen
Tuesday, Fob. 9
W’BNS-TV, Columbus, 8:30 a.m.
—Touring the Town Sister
M. Quentin, R.S.M., Holy Fam
ily third grade teacher will
conduct typical language class
with members of her class.
WHIZ-TV, Zanesville, 7:30 p.m.
—Christophers.
WTVN, Columbus. 8:00 pm.—
Lafe Is Worth living—Bishop
Sheen.
A. Keller & Son
DAIRY
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Joint Pastoral
(Continued from Page 1)
second—the vagueness of meaning
conveyed by the terms, ‘morality’,
and ‘tendency to promote crime'.
It might be asked at once wheth
er the Supreme Court is prepared
to give a definite and non-vague
meaning of the term, ‘freedom’,
both in its general use and as em
ployed in phrases such as ‘free
dom of expression’. Freedom has
sane meaning only within the lim
its of sane law. If the case vyere
other than this, a man might claim
the right, under the Constitution,
of using, unrestrictedly, speech,
press and pictures to destroy the
Constitution itself.
“At all events, the Court’s de
cision points up some notable
truths that we all must ponder and
act upon. The first of these is the
truth that civil government cannot
make good citizens. Only good cit
izens can make an enduring civil
government. The fundamental law
by which men are to live, is funda
mental to governments as well as
peoples: to courts, low and high,
and to individual persons who live
under the civil decisions of the
courts. The fundamental law is the
Eternal Law. It is the Natural Law.
It is the law imparted by God to
man when man was equipped with
a thinking mind. It is the law of
right reason.
Sound Citizenship
“Only the citizen, who accepts
the Law of God as expressed in
the 'Ten Commandments', can
be a sound citizen, and only
sound citizens can make sound
governments and put sane and
sound supremacy into Supreme
Courts. Only people truly Chris
tian can see that Christian mor
ality is maintained in the affairi
of civil life.
“The Church stands as the pro
moter and defender of truth and
virtue. By that fact, the Church is
always in conflict with erroneous
and vicious tendencies. And the
Church, under God, requires the
cooperation and support of her
children in keeping Christ present
to a materialistic world, which re
jected Him on Golgotha, and re
ject* Him still.
Ohio----------
News In Brief
MINGO JUNCTION Stephen
J. Hamrock and Frank W. Leonard
have been named co-chairmen of
the S200.000 fund raising campaign
for the St. Agnes Memorial School,
expected to be built in the near
future.
Heavy Responsibilities
“There is upon us all, especially
on parents, and on the teachers
and others, who supplement the
work of parents, a tremendous
burden of responsibility. That re
sponsibility is given a new and
sharp urgency by the apparent will
ingness of civil authority to toler
ate all indecency and vileness in
places of entertainment. We must
be active and resolute in meeting
this new and terrible threat of the
old enemy, i.e., of materialism with
its doctrines of greed, self-indul
gence and the ignoring of God and
the soul. We must throw off the
deception which masks these doc
trines with alluring names: profit,
security, relaxation, the fuller life.
"We have need of new devo
tion to religious living. For Cath
olic*, this moan* a renewal of
eornoetnoM end perseverance in
prayer, penance, use of the Sac
raments and devotion to Holy
Mas*. And it means a renewed
elertno** end energy in the dis
charge of civic duties and the
maintaining of civil rights. It
mean* the undeviating vigilance,
Dayton L. Library Director
Wins Mariologiral Award
DAYTON, O.—(NC) Father
Lawrence W. Monheim. S.M.. direc
tor of the Marian Library and as
sociate professor of religion at the
I niversi’y ot Daytoi has been
named for the 1953 Special .Mario
logical Award, the university said.
The citation ringled out Father
Monheim a-, a 'prominent apostle
of Our Lady,” and stated that the
“remarkable achievements of the
Marian Library have been due
principally to the dynamic and in
telligent leadership of Father Mon
heim.”
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•ng of our pledge in the Legion
of Decency it moans sincere
concern about the character of
the entertainment in which wo
permit' our children to indulge
—whether before the stage or
screen in theaters or before the
TV set at home.
Let us make no mistake. Our
age is one of the active warring of
flesh against spirit. The enemies
of our souls are tireless in their
attack,^and clever in the invention
of new masks and deceits to make
us think it is no attack at all, but
progress and modern living. The
Apostle’s warning is as timely to
day as when it was first uttered to
the Ephesians—v. 15-16, nineteen
centuries ago: “See therefore breth
ren, how you walk circumspectly
not as unwise, but as wise redeem
ing the time, because the days are
evil.”
“Certainly we have full confi
dence that throughout the Dioces
es of Ohio there will be a renewed
dedication to the important task of
‘redeeming the time’ and living
truly Christ-like lives in these days
of the Marian Year. We call upon
our Immaculate Queen to grant us
the aid of her motherly interces
sion especially in these days. Unit
ed with the Reverend Clergy and
devoted Religious in our Dioceses,
we pray that Our Lady will indeed
show herself a Mother in guarding,
and guiding and aiding the faith
ful of our Parishes to lead emi
nently holy lives in the midst of
the world and its allurements. The
need of the times is, in truth, holi
ness. We turn for help as well as
inspiration to her who possessed
the fullness of grace, so that we
might better follow in the way of
her Divine Son. Our Lord and
Saviour, Jesus Christ.
Most Reverend Karl J. Alter,
Archbishop of Cincinnati
Most Reverend Edward F. Hoban,
Archbishop-Bishop of Cleve
land
Most Reverend Emmet M. Walsh,
Bishop of Youngstown
Most Reverend George J. Reh
ring. Bishop of Toledo
Most Reverend Michael J. Ready,
Bishop of Columbus
Most Reverend John K. Mussio,
Bishop of Steubenville
-Mass Ordo~
LITURGY
Of The
WEEK
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5
DCTAVE OF THE FEAST OF
ST. FRANCIS DE SALES
White vestments, Glona, Second
prayer of St. Agatha, Credo.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6
FEAST OF ST. TITUS
White vestments. Gloria, Second
praver of St. Dorothy.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7
THE FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER TH!
EPIPHANY
Green vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of St. Romuald. Credo, Pre
face of the Trinity.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8
FEAST OF ST. JOHN OF MATHA
White vestments. Gloria.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9
FEAST OF ST. CYRIL OF
ALEXANDRIA
White vestments. Gloria. Sec
ond prayer of St. Apollonu^
Credo.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10
FEAST OF ST. SCHOLASTICS
Whte vestments, Gloria.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11
FEAST OF THE APPARITION
THE BLESSED VIRGIN
MARY AT LOURDES
While vestments, Gloria. Credo*
Preface of the Blessed Virgin,
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1?
FEAST OF THE SEVEN HOLY
FOUNDERS OF THE ORDER OF
THE SERVANTS OF MARY
White vestments, Gloria.
SATURDAY,FEBRUARY 13
ANTICIPATED SIXTH SUNDAY
AFTER EPIPHANY
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prayer “Defend us,’’ Third at the
choice of the celebrant. Credo, Pr»
face of the Trinity.
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