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Monsignor Clarence J. Duhart, C.
SS..R., A in e rican Redemplorist
whose home is in Detroit. Mich.,
was solemnly installed ?s the first
Prefect Apostolic of the newly,
created Prefecture Apostolic of
Udon-thani.
The ceremony took place in the
village of Vicngkhuk in northeast
ern Thailand and was presided over
by Bishop Michael On Prakhonchit,
Vicar Apostolic of Thare.
The Sacred Congregation of Rites
met to examine the virtues of
Pauline Marie for heroism.
The Congregation also discussed
whether to resume work on the
cause of Sister Mary of the Cross
McKillop, 19th-century foundress
of the Australian congregation of
Sisters of St. Joseph of the Holy
Cross.
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atican Resumes
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Of Pauline Jaricot
VATICAN CITY (NC) The
Vatican has taken up work again
on the beatification cause of Paul
ine Marie Jaricot. 19th-century
foundress of the Society for the
Propagation ot the Faith and of
the Association of the Living Ros
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among the workers. however. as a
hopeful sign, a depth of religious
conscience and no hatred for re
ligion.
These findings were the outcome
of a national survey conducted by
priests who sene as chaplains to
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W orkers In Spain Stay
‘Aloof’ From Church
MADRID (NC) Many Spanish workers remain aloof
from the Church and the vast majority of them lack an ade
quate Christian outlook on life, a survey by labor-priests has
found. Behind the workers’ attitude the survey sees lack of
understanding of the Faith and
exposure to ’marxist virus.”
the variou* official trade union*.
Now that we know the environ
ment in which a spiritual aposto
late must be developed,” the resu
me declared, “it will be easier to
decide on the appropriate means to
carry it on.”
Five Reason*
The priests’ survey disclosed five
main reasons for the workers’ re
ligious ignorance and aloofness
from the Church”
—The “Marxist virus” that still
rusts their souls.
—The meager contact between
workers and priests, and vice ver
sa.
—The lack of means to give re
ligious instruction and explanation
at places readily accessible to the
workers.
—A fear on the part of some that
they cannot overcome their vices
and that religion would halt sinful
indulgence.
—The economic hardship in
which they live, which disturbs
their spirit and causes them to be
preoccupied with material things
and to disdain any institution, even
the Church, which cannot solve
their most pressing problem—pov
erty.
A number of priests reporting
from provincial areas warned of
the penetration of former social
ists and anarchists belonging to
the old National Confederation
of Labor (NCL) into the state
controlled unions, and even into
Catholic organization*. They said
that many of these individuals
were being inspired by commun
ist centers abroad and were dis
rupting the Spanish unions in
their development. The NCL
played a predominant role in
the Civil War on the side of the
Red*.
According to the priests find
ings, the workers recognize the
benefits which have derived from
the stales social legislation, but
not a few attribute the concessions
to a desire not so much to render
justice to the workers as to block
the advance of communism. The
survey stressed that all workers
agree in branding present wage
scales as too low and as estimat
ing that workers’ remuneration
should be increased from 40 to 75
per cent.
(A new government policy grant
ing wage increases is now in full
swing in Spain. Workers in more
than 120 industrial and commercial
activities have so far benefitted
from the policy.)
“The workers believe,” the sur
vey stated, “that if the state had
not forced the employers they
would not have received these im
provements. The social work of
the Spanish Catholic-inspired state,
regardless of the defects that one
may point out, is generally recog
nized by all workers as meritorious
and they believe that it should be
continued without pause until the
final liberation of the poor, creat
ing a stability of conditions that
will enable them to enjoy life free
ly and without worry.”
The report stated that the work
ers prefer to see the priest remain
aloof from politics, and believe
that both the Church and the priest
are more inclined toward the mon
eyed classes than the humble class
es. They even believe, it said, that
the Church’s apostoiate protects
the rich more than the pooi.
The majority of the workers, the
survey declared, know the com
mandments, but do not live up to
them. It noted with satisfaction,
however, that the vice of blas
phemy has diminished among the
mass of workers and said there was
a desire to receive the Sacraments
at least at the hour of death.
Aussie Envox
To Ireland
Is Recalled
LONDON (NO Dominic
Paul McGuire, Astralian Catholic
author, journalist and sociologist
learned here that his appointment
as Australian Ambassador to Ire
land had been cancelled.
Mr. McGuire had come here from
New York after leading the Aus
tralian delegation at the I nited
Nations to await his letters of ere
dence, but failure by the Irish and
Austrialian governments to agree
on their wording caused the post to
be dropped.
The government in Dublin had
insisted on the letter* of cre
dence being addressed to the Pre
sident of Ireland. Australia re
fused to agree, basing its decision
on th* fact that letters of cre
dence are signed by the Queen
who could not be asked to sign
a document embarassing her as
sovereign of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland.
Although in 1952 the British
Ambassador to Dublin presented
his credentials to President Sean
T. O’Kelly by name, the Irish gov
ernment was not prepared to ac
cept a similar procedure in the
present instance.
The Australian government apol
ogized to Mr. McGuire for the in
convenience caused to him and his
family and said they hoped to use
his services elsewhere.
Mr. McGuire, whose grandfather
was bom just across the border in
Fermanagh, North Ireland is the
author of nearly 30 books. He
served with the Australian Na\al
Intelligence in World War II, and
was made a Companion of the Or
der of the British Empire for his
services tn the British Common
wealth and literature. He is 50
years old.
Fatigue Forces
Pope To Cancel
A u 1 i e n e
VATICAN CITY—Radio. NC)
A general audience scheduled for
Wednesday. January 27. was can
ceiled because of the Holy Father’s
“light indisposition.”
Notice of the cancellation,
which was published in the Vat
ican Pres* Bulletin, said the
new* should cause "non anxiety"
since the measure was strictly
"precautionary."
Because the Pope it stated, has
in recent days “shown signs of a
certain fatigue, certain precau
tions have been taken
The Bulletin noted that His Holi
ness had received several people in
audience That morning, but ex
plained that general audiences arp
usually held the Hall nf Bene
dictions. a large hall that is noted
for its draftiness io which the
Pope is particularly susceptible.
Catholic Leaders
Elected To I CDS
Directors' Board
NEW YORK (NC) Four
Catholic leaders were elected to
the board of directors ©f the Unit
ed Community Defense Senices at
its annual meeting here.
They are: Msgr. Paul F. Tanner.
Assistant General Secretary of the
National Catholic Welfare Confer
ence Father John Joseph Lennon,
assistant secretary of the National
Conference of Catholic Chanties:
Mrs. George D. Rock (the former
Ruth Craven, executive secretary
of the National Council for Catho
lic Women), and Thomas Hinton,
executive director of the National
Catholic Community Service, all of
Washington. D. C.
Louis B. Seltzer, editor of The
Cleveland Press, who has been
president of the UCDS since its for
mation three vears ago, was elected
chairman of the board.
The NCCS is one of 15 organiza
tions which participate in the ef
forts of the UCDS to assist over
burdened defense communities.
The UCDS is financed through the
United Defense Fund, which is in
cluded in most Community Chests
and other united campaigns.
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Former Diplomat
Receiver Two
Papal Decorations
NEW YORK (NC) Walter
J. Donnelly, former U.S. High
Commission to Germany and form
er American Ambassador to Ven
ezuela, has received two Papal dec
orations. it was disclosed here.
Mr. Donnelly was named a
Knight of the Grand Cross of the
Order of St. Sylvester on the rec
ommendation of His Eminence
Theodore Cardinal Innitzer, Arch
bishop of Vienna, it was annnounc
ed. At the same time Mr. Donnel
ly received the medal pro Ecclesia
et Pontifice, which was presented
by His Eminence Francis Cardinal
Spellman, Archbishop of New
York.
Mr. Donnelly served for more
than 30 years in important diplo
matic posts for the U.S. State De
partment. He is now associated
with the United States Steel Cor
poration in Central and South Am
erica.
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Catholic Action Secretariate
Established In Ecuador
QUITO. Ecuador (NC) A
Permanent Secretariat of Catholic
Action has been formed here to
coordinate the work of the lay
apostoiate in Ecuador.
it will operate under an Episco
pal Committee and a National Con
gress headed, respectively, by his
Eminence Carlos Maria Cardinal de
la Torre, Archbishop of Quito, and
Dr. Julio Tobar Donoso.
This was the farewell message
given bv Father Patrick Peyton,
S C., renowned U.S. family pray
er crusader, at the close of a three
months’ Family Rosary campaign
conducted throughout the Austra
lian continent.
The real people of the world are
the little people,” the Inshborn
priest said in a farewell statement
to the Australian press. “They
are more and more bewildered by
the drift of the times. The little
man on the street vaguely thinks
that he cannot contribute anything
to bring about a change in the con
fusion and insecurity that is hang
ing over us.
"But if he only knew, he ha*
a tremendous power. If he and
every other little man in every
street across th* face of the earth
were real friends of God and
they can be by prayer they
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Friday Feb 5 1954 THE CATHOLIC TIMHL—•
Hol y Cross Group To Sing Here
Thoma* T. Vogel of St. Catherine Parish, a junior at Holy
Cross College, Worcester, Mas*., was in Columbus this past wook
between semesters to arrange for a presentation of the Holy Cross
Glee Club here in the spring. Th* concert, to ba held at Memorial
Hall, will bo presented under the auspices of the Central Deanery
Council of Catholic Women. Tom's mother, Mrs. Frank H. Vogel,
247 Ardmore Rd., is general chairman of the project. Ths Holy
Cross Glee Club is an institution at the eestern Jesuit College, the
first Club being formed over 100 year* ago. Currently the 65
voice group is meking a tour of the state of Maine. They will bo
in the middle of a midwestern tour when they appear here in April.
The Glee Club is under the direction of Professor Frederick Mir
liani, a Holy Cross alumnus of '32, who has had over 17 years
experience in presenting musical organization* of this type. Father
Joseph Mullen, S. J. it the Club's moderator.
Father Pevton
I rges ‘Little
People’ Pray
MELBOURNE, Australia (NC)
—The “little people” of the world
possess a “tremendous power”
prayer through which they can
change the face of the earth.
if
i
I
would change the fae* of the
o*rth."
Declaring that “the crusade for
family praver is actually bringing
this about Father Peyton added:
“My joy is that many non
Catholics, with love and humility
and generositv, have cooperated,
have come to the rallies, and even
signed the promise to rector*
daily family prayer.”
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