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Church Flourishes
In )ue-Time Center
Of KKK Activity
DALLAS, Texas (NQ Tn
1919 it was common for the few
Catholics who lived in Paris, Texas
to hear rocks crashing through their
windows, to look out and see cross
es burning in their front yards and
to see fellow' Catholics driven out
of town.
Today. 35 years later, the whole
eommunity is celebrating with the
Catholics the erection of a new.
ultra-modern school, Our Lady of
Victory.
The Texas Catholic, publication
of the Diocese of Dal las-Fort Worth
devoted an entire issue to the ac
tivities of Catholics in this north
eastern Texas town.
Ml the articles were written by
the people of Paris. Lawyers,
stockmen, farmers, businessmen,
educators, students, and clergy
contributed to the special edition
leaving an overall impression of a
vital Catholic parish living in har
mony with the entire community.
The Catholic Times keeps its
readers informed on the growth,
unity and strength of the Church
in your Diocese. Have you renew
ed your subscription? Now's the
time.
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BUILDING MATERIALS
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Business Equipment
CALENDAR PADS and Diaries for
1954. Adding Machines and
Typewriters Sales. Service,
and Rentals. Stapleton Office
Supplv Company, 829 Sixth St.
Phone' 3-2731.
Smith-Corona Typewriters and Clary Add
in* Marhine*. Franchise Dealer. Stap’e
ton Office Supply. £29 Birth, Phono S-J781
Cafeteria
FRIED AND RAKED CHICKEN **r*ed
from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. Fi«h »v*ry Fri
da*. LANGWELL’S CAFETERIA, 745
Coal
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Gallia and Broadway Streets
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Portammith, Ohio
like of all African tribes, are
perhaps the one people in the
world who most welcome death.
When mission
aries anoint
them on death
beds, they ask
for a ye s
that they may
die. When ask
ed: “Don’t you
want to live?”
their answ e
is: “My faith
tells me I shall
be happy with
God when I die. Why should I
want to be away from perfect
happiness?” Their attitude is
something like St. Paul who
said: “I yearn to be dissolved,
to be with Christ.” The uncer
tainty of judgment is one reason
why we are sis reluctant to die,
but the Zulu trust in God’s mer
cy is so great it makes him fear
less of Divine Judgment
Another African people, the
Kikuyus, will never offer or give
a gift with one hand. To them,
one-handed giving signifies only
half the heart. When they re
ceive Communion, they stretch
out both hands to indicate their
total self-oblation. To attend
Mass and Holy Communion they
often walk twenty miles through
swamps, putting their clothes on
their heads as they wade. The
priest on sick calls must do the
same.
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God Love You------
Pray That Your Faith
May Be Ax One Of These
by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen
The Zulus, once the most
war­
The joy of being the servant
of such people is indescribable.
We once thought it humbling to
beg now we regard the tin cup
in our hands as a badge of hon
or. We pray that your faith may
be as simple as the Zulus and as
two-handed as the Kikuyus. As
much as we of The Society for
the Propagation of the Faith
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love these tribes, we send them
nothing directly. We beg for the
Holy Father and he as Chief
Shepherd makes the distribu
tion. It is a good thing we do
not send aid directly our heart
might run away with our heads.
But when the head and heart are
those of the Vicar of Christ, we
would not err in chanty as he
does not err in truth.
Instead of saying "I love you”
say “God Love You” on Valen
tine's Day. In this way you may
include the poor in the Mission
lands and honor Our Blessed
Mother whose every day is “Val
entine's Day” because she is al
ways thinking of you and those
in Mission lands who have nev
er known the love of Christ for
men. For a $5 sacrifice and your
request, we will send a sterling
silver God Ixive You medal for
a $10 sacrifice and your request,
we will send you a gold filled
medal.
You can be a right handed or
a left handed missioner. Even
though you cannot personally
go to the Missions, by saying the
Rosary you can be a spiritual aid
to missionaries and help bring
souls to Christ through your
prayers. The best way to do this
is to use a World Mission Rosary
which we will send at your re
quest and a $2 offering.
GOD LOVE YOU to R. J. for
$15. “I was able to get extra work
and promised the Missions $5
from each check. It always makes
me happy when 1 can help the
Missions.” ... to J. M. Corp, for
$1.05. “We obtained this money
thru the “no cussing club” in our
office.” .... to G. F. “I saved
this $4 to buy a Toni doll.”
to D. O. for $3.11. “I saved this
from tips on my paper route.”
to C. K. for $5. “A friend
of mine made a small doll and
suggested I chance it off at work
and forward the proceeds to the
Missions” to E. R. "I gave up
a newspaper I thought I couldn't
do without. It cost 40 cents a
week and this $15 60 represents
the year's subscription in ad
vance.” .... to F. E. “Enclosed
is $2 which I won from a con
test Would like to ask prayers
for my mother whose general
health is bad.” to C. C. for
$8. “1 saved this money by giv
ing up the mid morning coffee
snack.”
Cut out this column, pin your
sacrifice to it and mail it to the
Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen,
National Director of The Society
for the Propagation of the Faith,
or your Diocesan Director Rev
erend James Kulp. 246 East Town
Street, Columbus 15, Ohio.
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U.S. Sailors
Play Host To
Algerian Orphans
ALGIERS. North Africa (NC)
Two hundred children from five
orphanages three of the insti
tutions are run by Catholic nuns—
were guests of the crew when the
U.S. aircraft carrier Midway an
chored here.
Following a dinner, a color film
adapted to children was shown.
Then came the traditional distri
bution of toys, dresses for the
girls, and cowboy suits for the
boys. At the end of the day, the
children sang a song expressing
their gratitude.
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For Quick Result* Um Want Ad*
Hierarchy Changes
He was referring to the “guer- .-----------------
rilla strikes” u^-ed by the Electrical
Trades Union throughout the na
tion to back wage demands. The
new-style strikes, products of com
munist tactics, consist of irritating
sudden stoppages, usually of about
24 hours, at key centers up and
down the country among electri
cians engaged on construction
work. Union leaders who are
avowed communists pick the sites,
but they are kept secret from em
ployers. Union members who re
fuse to take part are expelled and
thus barred from further work in
the specialized industry.
Worker-Employee Relation* Upset
The strikes have upset relations
in many cases between workers
and employers, caused bitterness
on both sides, and led to lock-outs
and dismissals by the bosses and
Nut-Bolt Cake
Wins Acclaim At
Men’s Bake Sale
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. (NC)
The men of Holy Ghost parish
here not only held their own bake
sale net profit: $138.85 but
they showed the ladies just how
they did it.
Alongside the cakes, cookies and
pies the men had baked themselv
es, an exhibit demonstrating three
stages of male cookery: “Before”
(boxes of prepared mixes): “Dur
ing” (culinary equipment that in
cluded hack saws, hammers, and
drills) and “After” (baking soda,
digestion aids, and a gallon jug of
caster oil.)
Proudest item in the cake dis
play was a two-layer, frosted job,
decorated with nuts, bolts, nails
and two red candles.
St. Francis de Sales, Patron Of Journalists
Three naw apiscopal appoint
ments for the United States have
been announced by His Excellen
cy Archbishop Amleto Giovanni
Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate to
the United States. The appoint
ments are: the Most Rev. Walter
P. Keilenberg (upper left), Aux
iliary of New York, a* Bishop of
Ogdensburg, N.Y. Msgr. Joseph
Annabring (upper right), rector
of the Cathedral of Christ tho
King, Superior, Wit., as Bishop
of
P.
of
op
Bishop Charles Hubert LeBlond
of St. Joseph, Mo.
Superior end the Most Rev.
Cody (lower left), Auxiliary
St. Louis, as Coadjutor Bish
with right of succession to
Reds Revive Class War
In Britian, Editor Says
LONDON NC) Douglas Hyde, news editor of the
Catholic Herald of London, warned readers that for the first
first time since World War II the active communist minority
in a national union has succeeded in bringing class war back in
to British industry.
"It is a grim example of what the communists can ach
ieve,” declared Mr. Hyde, himself a former communist.
tit-for-tat reprisals by the union
ists. Electrical engineers so far
involved have consisted of small
groups working on construction
jobs of national importance, atom
ic research, defense, housing, pow
er and plant development and sim
ilar vital projects but the union
has 200,000 members and more are
being gradually drawn in as the
strikes continue.
Mr. Hyde declared that “the
communist leaders wanted class
war and they wanted tough indus
trial policies and they have got
them.”
He said they bed becked un
official strikes in their own
ranks, and made the running in
almost every wages campaign in
their own and associated indus
tries, urging the most extreme
policies. In addition, he stated,
they have streamlined their or
ganization with ruthless efficien
cy, opened a "school” In a coun
try mansion to "educate" mem
bers, and produced a technically
excellent union journal of which
"every issue is an organizer, ed
ucator and agitator for Marx
ism."
A threat of a national stoppage
by the union. Mr. Hyde said, now
hangs over Britain and the Com
munist Party, spurred on by its
success, is pushing for more ac
tion of a similar kind in engineer
ing, building, the mines and other
industries.
The communists "have looked
for fights, prepared themselves for
them and now they are waging
them,” Mr. Hyde said.
The Catholic Herald pointed out
that the president of the electrical
union, an open uninhibited com
munist, was chosen in an election
in which only a quarter of the un
inn members bothered to vote.
Catholic journalists have no
difficulty remembering their pa
tron saint, Francis de Sales. Dur
ing this past week especially, they
turned their thoughts to this great
writer, who was also the Bishop
of Geneva and who was proclaimed
a Doctor of the Universal Church
in 1877.
A man with such great ability
was needed in the area where St.
Francis labored. It was the year
1594, and the Reformation had
made great inroads among the peo
ple around Geneva, where the
Protestant faith had been imposed.
St. Francis began to evangelize Le
Chablais, risking his life in jour
neys through the district.
When he settled in Thonon, the
chief town, he converted several
prominent Calvanists and confuted
the preachers sent by Geneva to
oppose him. Pope Clement VID
ratified the choice of St. Francis
as coadjutor of Geneva after a
personal interview, and he was con
secrated as bishop in 1602.
The first step Francis took was
the establishment of catechetical
instructions for all the faithful.
He carefully visited all his par
ishes and reformed the religious
communities. His mildness, good
ness and patience were outstand
ing. With St. Jane Francis de Chan
tal he founded in 1607 the Insti
tute of the Visitation of the Bless
ed Virgin.
Despite his busy schedeule, this
great saint found time to write in
numerable letters of instruction,
including leaflets, “Controver
sies,” which he scattered among
the people who refused to hear
him preach During his last visit
to Paris, -had
daily to
thronged
came in
when he
and his canonization followed close
ly in 1665.
Francis to preach
satisfy the crowds who
to hear him. His death
Lyons. France, in 1622,
was fifty-six years old,
Housing Problem
Paramount, Says
NAACP Official
NEW YORK (NC) Housing
remains the number one problem
in race relations, Roy Wilkins, ad
ministrator of the National Associa
tion for the Advancement of Color
ed People declared here.
Mr. Wilkins told the Catholic In
terracial Forum that a solution of
the problem called for “develop
ment of neighborhood concepts
which will judge people on the
basis of their own worth rather
than on race or religion.”
"As far as civil rights are con
cerned, 1954 begins with a num
ber of victories and advances al
ready chalked up,” Mr. Wilkins
said. Among these "victories” he
noted the progressive desegrega
tion of public accomodations in
Washington, D. C.
“A good part of the country has
been stirred to re-examination and
discussion of the whole race rela
tions picture by the argument of
the school segregation cases in the
Supreme Court,” Mr. Wilkins said.
“We American people have come
to review our attitudes toward
democracy and equality, to restudy
the Constitution, the Bill of Rights
and the Declaration of Indepen
dence, and to re-examine our moral
values. This is a great contribu
tion.”
Regardless of tKe decision of the
Court the case for educational in
tegration has been “won in the
public mmd,” he added.
“We are definitely on our way
on civil rights and we are making
some of our greatest progress
among Southern people who had
long been smugly regarded by
Northerners as the chief culprits.”
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Appointed irar General:
New Chancellor Appointed
CLEVELAND-INC) Auxiliary
Bishop John J. Krol has been ap
pointed Vicar General of the Cleve
land diocese by Archbishop Edward
F. Hoban, Bishop of Cleveland, it
was announced. At the same time
the Archbishop named Msgr. Ed
ward J. Seward, former Vice Chan
cellor, to sene as Chancellor.
Bishop Krol, formerly was chancel
lor of the diocese.
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Name Priest Head Of
Christian, Jew Group
MONTREAT, (NC) The Ca
nadian Council of Christians and
Jew’s at its annual meeting in To
ronto decided to open a permanent
secretariate in Montreal. Its organ
ization and direction have been
placed in the hands of Father Ste
phane Valiquette, S.J.
It is the first time in North
America that a Catholic priest has
been entrusted with such duties.
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The Catholic Press is the herald
of truth for the world at large.
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