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S—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
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Friday, Apr. 30, 1954
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Pictured above is a general view of the stage at Mem
orial Hall taken last Sunday when the eighth annual elemen
tary music festival was held before a near capacity audience.
The festival saw 23 schools participating in the event which
was under the supervision of Father Bennett Applegate.
Members of the committee supporting the event included
Father F. Thomas Gallen, Sister M. Juste, O.S.F., Leo F.
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Pontifical College Josephinum who
provided the music for the con
ference under the direction of Fa
thcr Walter Rees.
The Bishop made particular
"recognition of the courtesy ex
tended to us by Ohio Wesleyan
University. This is a leading uni
versity operated by the Metho
dist Church and it is a great ioy
to be their guests this after
noon.”
“In my name and the name of
my brother priests, may 1 express
a word of appreciation to the I ni
versity. It is an excellent courtesy
to receive the council meeting here
and a
spirit
said.
manifestation of a generous
of cooperation,” the Bishop
Bishop expressed his hap
ai the intention of the
The
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Council to present him with a Spir
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“I trus| that every women in this
Diocese will contribute something
to this rich and holy bouquet which
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1500 Attend Ninth Annual DCCW Spring Meet
will be presented to the Holy Fa
ther on the occasion of our visit
next month,” the Bishop said.
“It is in the imitation of the
Blessed Mother that we plead you
to continue your splendid work
during this Marian Year,” the
Bishop continued. “This meeting
has been a demonstration of your
love for her. Your work has been
based on ardent sacrifices and
prayers.
“It is in these acts of reparation
and prayer,” the Bishop conclud
ed, “that we will bring the reality
of these days to the feet of our
Blessed Mother and we ask that
bhe continue to bless all of you.”
Th* Marian Y*ar
Father Thomas Sabrey of St.
Charles Seminary outlined the pur
poses of the Marian Year for the
Council as they affect “groups as
well as individuals. We are privi
leged to spend an entire year con
centrating in groups and as indi
viduals on her dignity, her love
lor us, and what her place in
lives should mean.”
Reports were presented to the
gathering from the chairmen of
the standing committees
with Religious Activities,
Charities, Parent-Teacher
tions, Social Action and
tional Relations.
which only she can fill
promote her own salvation
that of her neighbor.”
our
out
the
Two factors were pointed
by Father Sabrey as affecting
ladies of the Diocesan Council as a
group: first
terms of the
secondly, the
agement.
“Our Blessed Mother was com
pletely God s.” Father Sabrey said,
“and. therefore, those who arc
born of hei as each of Us is, are
sent to do her work, to continue
to embody in our own particular
circumstances, what she is before
God,”
“Discouragement had no place in
the lives of Christ and the Blessed
Mother, and there is, in our own
lives, no place for discourage
ment,” he concluded, “there is only
place for obedience, calmness,
peace of soul and pushing ahead.”
their Apostoiate in
Blessed Virgin and.
problem of discour­
dealing
Catholic
Associa
Interna
Religious Activities
“The program on Religious Ac
tivities offers a challenge to every
Catholic woman, the chairman of
that committee, Mrs. Frank Vogel,
told the group. “In it she may
find, if she cares to look, the place
Parent-Teachers
The home was pointed up as
the “first and most effective school
and parents the first and most ef
fective teachers.” by Mrs. James E.
O'Leary, chairman of the Parent
teachers committee.
“While the home and the school
have definite functions in the guid
ance of youth,” the chairman said,
“both must work together. The
common end must be to train
youth “to put on Christ,” that is
to be a good Christian. He will
then he a good citizen of his coun
try,” she concluded.
Social Action
A call was sounded to study and
understand the “problems of cap
ital and labor.” by Mrs. John R.
Holden, chairman of
tee on Social Action.
"We must study
what the Church
these matters and then inform
and influence others,” the speak
er said, pointing out that "this
is an obligation imposed on each
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Council by Bishop Ready,
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Mrs. Harry K. Thraikiil. chair
man of the committee on Catholic
Charities, reported a total of 35,243
hours of service had been given by
the women of the Council in a
four month period from January
through April. “This is a splendid
account of service
Catholic women to
and communities.”
she pointed out, on
springs from the heart and dictates
our thoughts, words and actions.”
given by our
their parishes
and is based,
“that love that
She exhorted the ladies to con
tinue their work in “serving God,
our neighbor, parish and common
ify to the best of our ability and
thereby making our small part an
example of love and service to God
in a world torn with strife and
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“We can also look around us,”
she continued, “and consider the
alternative to success in our task.
With Communism as a constant
threat and knowing the fearful
price in terms of souls paid for in
faulty organization we cannot fail.”
A plea to “open up your home
to a foieign student” was made by
Mrs. Robert R. Richards, chairman
of the committee on International
Relations. The program of this
committee in cooperating with the
State Department to bring 200 Ger
man High School students to the
U.S. will be to “assure that lhe
40 Catholic students among these
young people will Je placed in
Catholic homes and attend Catho
lic schools.”
Mrs. Alexander J. Glockner,
President of (he Columbus Di
ocesan Council ot atholic Women,
presided at the meeting. The open
ing prayer was, given by Father
William O’Brian, pastor ot St.
Mary pan.-h. Delaware, and Dean
ot the Western Deanery. Mon
signor Roland T. Winel. Moderatox
ot the Council, deliveied lhe clos
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DI interest To Catholics
RADIO PROGRAMS
Saturday, May 1
WHKC, Columbus, 6.45 p.m.—
Catholic News.
Sunday, May 2
ISBNS, Columbus, 10:30 a.m.—
Hour of Holiness Locally
produced series of Marian
Year Programs
WRFD, Worthington, 11:45 a.m.
—Hour of St. Francis
Vets’ Day
2.00 pm.—
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Catholic Hour
WLW, Cincinnati,
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WNXT. Portsmouth, 10:15 pm.
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TELEVISION PROGRAMS
Saturday, May 1
WLW-C, Columbus. 5:45 p.m.—
Diocesan high school students
presenting a series of Marian
Year Programs
Sunday, May 2
WLW-C. Columbus, 9.00 a m.—
Catholic Hour n
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Tuesday, May
WBNS-TV, Columbus,
Tuesday, May
—Touring the Town Sister
Miriam. O.P., from St. Janies
the Less School, will explain
the teaching of art. She will
demonstrate with pupils
grades seven and eight.
James the Less School. In
dition, an interview will
held with the school-boy traf
fic patrol from St. Patrick’s
school. An interview with
Mrs. James O'Leary of the
PTA department of the DCCW
will also be held. Her subject:
“The role of the PTA in con
nection with education.”
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White vestments. Gloria, Second
prayer of St. Athanasius, Credo.
(Continued from Page 1)
be available, Dr. H. H. Botts,
manager of the hospital, has an
nounced.
Principal speakers fox- the occa
sion will be Ralph H. Stone, deputy
administrator of Veterans’ Benefits,
Washington. D. C., and Dr. John
C. Baker, former dean at Harvard
University, Cambridge. Mass.
The program will coincide with
(he beginning of National Mental
Health Week, proclaimed by Pres
ident Eisenhower.
Assisting Mr. Breitfeller, com
mittee chairman, are Mrs. James
Fatrell, vice chairman: Charles P.
Gilbert, treasurer: Miss Viola Ricci,
secretary: Miss Margaret Gallen,
Mrs. Theodore Hinterschied. Mrs.
Thomas Coughlin, Mrs. Jackson Lit
tle. Miss Christina Ricci, Joseph
E. Tritschler. John A. McAndrews,
Michael McGee, Michael Murphy,
Edward O. Ryan, Thomas J. Ryan.
Anthony
Raymond
Allison.
Panico, Donald Flynn.
Wildi, and Mrs. Thomas
John Simon, assistant
Holy Family Church, is
Father
pastor of
NCCS moderator. Msgr. Roland T.
Winel, chancellor of the Diocese
and Father Albert E. Culliton, pas
tor of St. Christopher Church, are
consultants.
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Film Suit
(Continued from Page 1)
about 85 per cent goes to the sup
port of the state s
cation program in
The remainder of
plaintiffs stated.
and expended unlawfully
port of film censorship which has
heen called “unconstitutional” by
the U. S. Supreme Court.
Their action is based on the Jan.
18 decision by the 1 S. Supreme
Court which overruled the board s
ban on the controversial movie
“M”. The high court ruled, they
contended, that the Division of
Film Censorship “no longer has
the power to censor, ban or order
eliminations from motion
tures.”
The nun had been a member of
the Discalced Carmelites of the
Order of the Most Blessed Virgin
Mary of Mt. Carmel for 24 years.
Sister Loretto, nee Beatrice Ken
dig, was born 43 years ago in Al
toona, Pa.
She was one of the six nuns who
came here six years ago from Lor
etta. Pa., to start the Carmelite
Monastery in Columbus.
Surviving are her sister, Mrs.
Margaret Elsworth, Crystal Beach,
Ont. and three brothers, Emmett
and Robert Kendig of Buffalo, N.
and Jack Kendig of Detroit,
Mich.
Burial was in St. Joseph Ceme
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Preface of Easter.
MONDAY, MAY 3
FEAST OF THE FINDING OF THE
HOLY CROSS
Red vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer (in Low Masses only) of th?
Holy Martyrs, Credo, Preface of
the Holy Cross.
TUESDAY, MAY 4
FEAST OF ST. MONICA
White vestments, Gloria, Preface
of Easter.
WEDNESDAY MAY S
FEAST OF THE SOLEMNITY OF
ST. JOSEPH, SPOUSE OF THE
BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
PATRON OF THE UNIVERSAL
CHURCH, PATRON OF THE
CATHEDRAL
White vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer (in Low Masses only) of St.
Pius, Credo. Preface of St. Joseph.
THUSDAY, MAY 6
FEAST OF ST. JOHN
APOSTLE BEFORE THE
THE
LATERAN GATE
vestments. Gloria, Second
of the Octave, Credo, Pre
the Apostles.
Red
prayer
face of
FRIDAY, MAY 7
FEAST OF ST. STANISLAUS
Red vestments. Gloria, Second
prayer of the Octave, Credo, Pre
face of St. Joseph.
SATURDAY, MAY 8
FEAST OF THE APPARITION OF
ST. MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL
White vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of the Octave, Credo, Pre
face of St. Joseph.
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the fees, the
are “collected
in sup-
pic-
per
the
The plaintiffs said the $3
1000 linear feet charge by
board is a “discriminatory tax”
which has “imposed undue bur
den upon the distribution and ex
hibition of motion pictures.”
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Reifiiiem Is Sung
For Sister Loretto
Al Carmel Chapel
Requiem High Mass was sung in
the Monastery of the Immaculate
Heart of Mary. 2065 Barton Pl. for
Sister Loretto Marie of Jesus, D.C.
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