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I rue Peace Leads Through Mary Vol. Ill, No. 28 Banquet Set To Honor Jass Bishop Ready and Governor Frank J. Lausche will be the prin cipal speakers at the New Lexing ton Community Appreciation Ban quet planned to honor the New Lexington Community Apprecia tion Banquet planned to honor the New Lexington St. Aloysius Class Championship basketball team. Thursday, May 6. The St. Aloysius team won the State Class basketball crown at Cleveland when they downed Del phos St. John in an upset victory. The banquet and program honor Ing the team and coaching staff will be held at the New Lexington Elementary School Gymnasium. Perry County Probate Judge D. C. Jenkins will act as Toastmaster. Other prominent civic and busi ness leaders in Ohio have been in vited to attend. Tickets are now- on sale by all members of the joint committee,* by members of the sponsoring or ganizations. the New l^exington Chamber of Commerce, the Lions Club of New Lexington, the Mer chants and Clerks Association. -----------------o---- New Chaplains Named For 2 K. Of C. Units Appointment of new chaplains for two Knights of Columbus Coun cils in the Columbus Diocese were announced this week by Bishop Ready. Father James A. Geiger, assist ant pastor of St. Joseph Cathedral was named chaplain of Council No. 400 at Sixth and State Sts., Co lumbus, and Msgr. Joseph E. Mc Glynn, Church, chaplain of the Coshocton Council. pastor of Sacred Heart Coshocton, was named Father Geiger succeeds Father Paul Hammer, pastor of St. Paul Parish. Westerville, and Monsignor McGlynn replaces Msgr. John Ker rigan, chaplain pit al. former Heart Church, at Mt. Carmel Hos pastor of Sacred Coshocton. native, Father Gei- A Columbus ger was ordained in August, 1950, at St. Charles Seminary. Monsignor McGlynn was ordain ed in May 1937 in St. Joseph Ca thedral. and was elevated to the rank of domestic prelate in May, 1949. He has served in St. Cecilia's Parish. Galloway, and St. Monica Church. New Boston, and as vice chancellor of the Diocese and of ficial is of the Diocesan Matrimon ial Tribunal. Msgr. Joseph Pern irone Named New York Auxiliary WASHINGTON (NC) Msgr. Joseph M. Pernicone, pastonof Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, New York, has been named by His Holi ness Pope Pius XII to be Titular Bishop of Hadrianopolis in Honori ade. He will serve as Auxiliary to His Eminence Francis Cardinal Spellman. Archbishop of New- York. Announcement of this appoint ment by the Holy Father was made here today by His Excellency Arch bishop Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate to the United States. -----------------o----------------- Diocesan Clergy To Meet Bishop Ready will preside at the Spring Conference of all the clergy of the Diocese of Columbus. The annual meeting will be held at St. Charles Seminary, Monday* April 26 at 2:30 p.m. Help. The first Mass has scheduled for Low Sunday. 25, at 9:30 a.m! Bishop Ready is pictured surrounded by some of the 1,000 children, part of a crowd of 3,000, who witnessed the blessing and placing of the cornerstone of the new Watterson High School last Sunday. In the insert Bishop Ready is shown as he seals in the heart of the cornerstone the copper repository containing many items of religious Bishop Ready Names Pastors To Organize 2 New Parishes Bishop Ready appointed Monsignor Harold O’Donnell, Assistant Chancellor of the Diocese, and Father Bennett Apple gate. Diocesan Superintendent of Schools as administrators of the newly-founded parishes in Grove City and on the Hilltop. Columbus. The appointments were made effective April 9. The two priests will direct the organization of the parishes un til plans for new churches are definite. Monsignor O'Donnell will sched ule Masses in Grove City at the Community Theatre, 3651 Broad way, which has been purchased by the new parish dedicated under the title of Our Lady of Perpetual been April have Father Applegate will charge of Saint Agnes Parish on West Mound street at Wheatland avenue. The parish Sunday Mass es will be offered at the new Mound school, beginning Sunday, May 2. The times of the Masses will be announced later. Grove City is a fast-growing com munity to the southwest of Colum bus and keeping apace with large scale housing development cur rently taking place in and about Columbus. Catholics in the Grove City area vvere formerly served by Holy Family Parish, oluinbus. and St. Cecilia’s located in New- Rome. Until the publication of the official Charles Students Aid 4 Checks totalling $1,000 ware presented to Bishop Ready this week by the Preparatory and Seminary Students at St. Charles Seminary for the Bishops' War Relief Drive. Preparatory Department students contributed $800, Seminary students gave $200. The drive continues through Lent and the sacrifices represent some of the fruits of the students' Lenten self-denial. Pictured above at the presentation ceremonies in Bishop Ready's office are, left to right, John Burkhart, John Dreese, who were in charge of the drive in the Seminary department, Bishop Ready, Leo Kletzly and Frank Murphy who conducted the drive in the Preparatory department. decree the proposed boundaries for Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish in Grove City have been delineat ed- by Bishop Ready as follows: Northern boundary: Aik ire Road from the Franklin-Madison County line on the west to Demorest Road on the east Demorest Road to the intersection of Clime Road: Clime Road to U.S. Route 62 on the east Frank Road from U.S. Route 62 on the west to State Route 104 on the east. Eastern boundary: Route 104 from Frank Road on the north to the County line on the south. Southern boundary: the Franklin-Pickaway County line from State Route 104 on the east to the Franklin-Madi son County line on the west. West ern boundary: the Franklin-Madi son County line from the Franklin Pickaway County line on the south to Alkire Road on the north. State Franklin-Pickaway The area designated for St. Ag nes Parish on the Hilltop was for- Bishops' Fund The catholic Times Columbus 16, Ohio, Friday, April 16, 1954 1 merly divided among St. Aloysius, St. Mary Magdalene and Holy Fam ily Parishes on the west side of Columbus. The boundaries for the new parish are the following: Northern boundary: The south side of Suilivant Avenue from Ug den avenue on the west to State Route 3 (Central avenue) on the east. Eastern boundary: State Route 3 (Central avenue) from Suilivant avenue on the north to its intersection with Brown Road then southwards on Brown Road to Frank Road on the south. South ern boundary: beginning at a point on Clime Road, directly south of Ogden avenue on an airline, then east to State Route 3 Frank Road from State Route 3 on the west to Brown Road on the east. Western boundary both sides of Ogden av enue from Suilivant avenue on the north to Eakin Road on the south, then southwards on an airline to Clime Road. -----------------o----------------- Annual (Clergy Retreats Set In May, June Father Edward L. Colnon, S.J., of Chicago, will conduct the annual retreats for the clergy of the Co lumbus Diocese in May and June. Announcement of the retreat master was disclosed by Bishop Ready this week in a letter to all 147 priests in the Diocese, retreats The first three scheduled May 2-5, May 17-20 at the Little Flower. The will be held June 14-17 at St. Char, les Seminary. Bishop Ready Blesses Watterson Cornerstone Sunday '1 and historical significance pertaining to the new high school and its place in the community. Included among the objects placed in the box were photographs of Pius XII, Blessed Pius X, soon to be canonized and for whom the chapel of the new school will be named, Bishop Watterson, Bishop Ready, President Eisenhower and Governor Lausche. Poles' Lovaltv are and the May 10-13 Shrine of fourth retreat In each case, the retreats w ill be gin at 6 p. m. and will close in the evening of the fourth day. The people of the diocese tra ditionally ask God’s blessing for their priests on retreat and pray for the success of the retreats. -----------------o---------------- Special Mass Set Apr. 26 For Members Of DCCVi Members of the Central Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Wom en, will observe the Feast of Our Lady of Good Counsel, patroness of the Council. Monday. Apr. 26. The ladies will attend this official annual Mass at 9.00 a. m., cele brated by the Chancellor of the Diocese and Council Moderator, Monsignor Roland T. Winel. -----------------o----------------- Cardinal To Open Institute NOTRE DAME, Ind.—(NC)—His Eminence Samuel Cardinal Stritch. Archbishop of Chicago, will offi ciate at the formal opening July 15 of the eighth annual Vocation In stitute at the University of Notre Dame. To (Catholicism BERLIN (NC) A high Sovi et official has paid reluctant trib ute to the staunch loyalty of Polish Catholics to the Church. a remark editor-in a visit to The tribute came in dropped by M. Suslov, chief of Pravda, during East Berlin The editor of the prin cipal communist propaganda organ in Russia took part in the Social ist Unity (Communist) party con gress held in the east German cap ital. Suslov spoke of his impressions in Wai saw and deplored what he called "the appalling picture of thousands of young and old pack ing the churches for divine servic es. This display of religious devo tion by the Polish Catholics, the Pravda editor commented, presents a “sad balance’’ for the leaders of the Polish government because they have failed to kill “supersti tion” in the minds of the workers. (Numerous reports reaching the free world from Poland have em phasized the loyalty of Catholics to the Church and their heavy attend ance at divine services, despite, or perhaps because of, communist persecution scheduled for completion early in 1955. Plans call for a freshman class of 200 pupils to move into (hr partially completed building this coming fall. Auxiliary Bishop Hettinger and more than 100 priests occupied a special place at the rites. Also oc cupying a reserved section at the ceremonies were sisters represent, ing the teaching orders tiom the elementary and high schools of thr city. The 5,000 volunteci workers who took an active part in the cam paign were represented by a gioup of 77 parish officers headed by E. Faber Biggert. vice-chairman and general managci of the South, western Area ol the Ohio Bell Telephone Co., general chair man of the recent drive. Pointed out by the Bishop for spe cial commendation were Mother M. Aloyse and the sisters of St. Mary of the Springs who have ac cepted the Bishop’s request to staff the new high school, the Reverend Doctor Edward Spiers of St. Char les Seminary and Father Bennett Applegate, Diocesan Superintend ent of Schools, who worked di rectly with the Bishop in organiz ing the campaign, and the firms of Ramsey. Croce and lumbus architects, the iams Co., Washington neral contractors, and High School is to bring genera tions of youth to the knowledge and love of Christ, their Redeem* Holy Saturday For the convenience of those who will be in the downtown area of Columbus Holy Saturday morning, Holy Cross Church on 5th street just south of Town street will begin the Holy Sat urday ceremonies at 7 a. m. The ceremonies will be followed by a Solemn High Mass beginning at 8:30 a. m. Prominent Educator To Speak At DCCW Spring Conference Sister Mary Janet, Sister of Char ity of Cincinnati, Curriculum Con sultant of Secondary Schools. Com mission of American Citizenship at Catholic University, will be guest speaker at the ninth annual Spring Conference of the Columbus Dio cesan Council of Catholic Women. The Conference, to be held un der the sponsorship of Bishop Ready, will take place Sunday, Apr. 25 at Gray Chapel on the Sister Mary Janet Ohio Wesleyan University Campus, Delaware, Ohio. Bishop Ready will officiate at Pontifical Benediction in St. Mary church Sunday evening. The conference, planned to honor the Mother of God, will have as its theme "The glory, the joy, the honor of our people!" from the Holy Father s Marian Year Prayer. Sister Mary Janet, prominent in the field of education for many years, has taught in elementary and secondary schools in Michigan, Colorado and New Mexico and is pas' principal of St. Vincent Acad emy. Albuquerque, and of Ca thedral High School. Denver. In 1949. a report of her survey of Catholic Secondary Schools was published by the National Catho lic Welfare Conference under the title '‘Catholic Secondary Educa tion.” She has served as advisor for numerous educational meetings and is noted as a speaker through out the country for diocesan reli gious communities, colleges and high schools, including some public school groups. She appears frequently on the lecture rostrum in the Department of Education at Catholic University and has directed workshops at Notre Dame University. Marquette, Saint Thomas College and Catholic She has been with the Commis sion on American Citizenship at Catholic U. since 1945. The Com mission was set up by the Hier archy of the United States in 1938 following the suggestion of the late Pope Pius XI that the Univer sity "evolve a constructive pro gram of social action, fitting in its details to local needs, which will command the admiration and respect of all right-thinking men.-’ Importance Of Religion In Schools Outlined By Bishop In His Address A crowd of more than 3.000 priests, sisters and la\ men watched last Sunday as Bishop Ready blessed and lowered into place the cornerstone of the new Watterson High School in north Columbus. One of the first fruits of the recent Diocesan Development Campaign, the $1,000,000 structure will eventually accommodate 900 pupils. Situated at Cooke road and Foster Ave., a block east of High Street, the building is er, to have them know the great nets of the Church which Christ founded end to have them at tached in loyalty to that Church as the sure guide to a holy and happy life and to the supreme purpose of life, the selvetion of their immortal souls. “The centuries-old wisdom o as more regard their sou ant than their the the Spring under their all In his address following the blessing Bishop Ready paid high tribute to the pastors, assistant pastors, sisters and the thou sands of the devoted laity who gave their prayers, time and money to build "this living tern pie in which the truths of Jesus Christ will be taught and exem plified." Clarifies Rule On Censorship Thomas E. De and "incit purposes tures. of cens The new objections States Suj Abbot. Co Sever Will C. H.. gen the various building trades engaged in the act ual construction of the building. In his address Bishop Ready said. “It is a great joy for me. my dear people, on this blessed occasion of laying the cornel stone of Bishop Watterson High School to give prayerful thanks for the generous sacrifices and cooperation of the priests and faithful of the parishes in this community for making pos. sible this glorious accomplishment under God. “In a very special way, I ask God to bless the Pastors and assistant pastors of our parishes for their zealous leadership in the cause which made this school possible. "The purpose of Watterson sorship ban on the movie, Ronde.” In that case, the Supr Court held that the New York was too vague on moral" and tending »ls.” to cor Under the new moral” film is deln dominant purpose which portrays acts morality, perversion or which expressly presents such acts as ceptable or proper I havior.” In New York. Ephaim S. London, counsel for the Independent Mo tion Picture Distributors of Amer ica. criticized the new law as “de signed to circumvent the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in ‘The Miracle’ and ‘La Ronde’ cases.” He expressed the belief that ultimate ly the ne constitutional sociation he many foreign films shown in this country. Both “The Miracle” (part of a movie trilogy called "Ways of Love and "La Ronde” were for eign-made movies which were eval uated in the condemned class by the National Legion of Decency. law will be held urt .. Members of the as represents import Do Your Parti Support Your Catholic 1 itne» Prica Tan Cents $3.00 A Yair "It is a matter of great satisiac to all Catholic citizens that nally and at long last the lead educatois of the nation as well the citizens generally have come regard morality and the spirit il values, which have no founda beyond religion, as an essen il part of true education The dis trous and foreboding results of e outright materialism of the ed :ationai tenets of the past have ?en evaluated in the light of hard "Even former scoffers of our religious schools have now come to realize the sane reality of our position. Those who gloried in art education without reference to God have been forced by evil so cial by products to recognize that youth cannot be moral and re sponsible to the society in which he lives unless he is motivated by the true purpose which only re ligion gives. bn!.: that you horn God 4’e cannot unless we Translated, the Latin inscrip tion cut in the face of the 1400 pound cornerstone reads: "Brick-built, but by the faith and generosity of our people, more lasting than bronze, this building will constantly endure for the glory of Almighty God and the benefit of our youth." Moral i thing v aluc«. rest on and lo “We America ns would noit tn 11v ID 3 COUntry where wish God is relig hat the be a educa- and the teaching of s of rel gion should1 basic u rpose o American be- ty has chosen i through the Is. We recog it we are not airy out as a ?y that would ■al portion of tax-supported s nize its necessi logical enough nation the one a film that The law defines tends to "incite crime" as one "the dominant purpose or effect of which is to suggest that the commission of criminal acts or contempt for law is profitable, desirable, acceptable or respect able behavior or which advo cates or teaches the use of, or the methods of use of, narcotics or habit-forming drugs." give citizen their religic (Continued on Page Invocation ill Be Given By Bishop At Naval Air Kexiew Bishop Ready will give the invo cation at a special program at the Naval Air Station, Port Columbus, scheduled at 5 p. m. Apr. 24. The program is a highlight of the sta tion's seventh annual Military In spection and Review. The inspection will be conduct ed by Rear Adm. Dan V. Gallery, Glenv iew. Ill., chief of the Naval Air Reserve Training, and Brig. Gen. F. H. Lamson-Scribner, U.S. Marine Corps. Speaker at the outdoor ceremon ies will be Rep. John M. Vorys ol. The Holv Tomb Tha interior of the Holy Sepulchre, the sacred tomb, in which the Body of Jesus Christ was laid after His death upon the Cross. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre encloses the tomb.