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6—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Apr. 30. 1954
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Youth Notes
The Catholic Youth Fiesta for
young people of the Eastern Dean
ery will be held this evening. April
30th, al Si. Mary’s Parish Hall in
Lancaster, Ohio, from 8:3u to 11:30.
Tnis will be the first Fiesta for the
benelit of lhe Diocesan summer
camps ever sponsored by the East
ern Deanery CYC. In the past lhe
program was held only the Cen
tral Deanery but this year the Dio
cesan Council voted to have the
program in all of the Deaneries as
the mam benefit program of the
Diocesan Youth Council. Commit
tees have been hard at work for
the last month preparing lor the
social under the direction ot CYC
President Bob Gabele of New Lex
ington and Secretary Margaret
•Konkler ot l^ancaster All youth of
the Diocese are invited.
The CY’O conference to organ
ize the new CYO council will be
held on Sunday afternoon, May 16,
at 4:00 p. m. at St. Mary Magda
lene's parish. The committee un
der the chairmanship of Jim Wai
ter and Joan Dineen met last week
to make plans fur the meeting. At
the same time it was announced
that a similar conference would be
held sometime this spring for the
Catholic Young Adult Council.
Fourteen members of the Young
Christian Workers of the Immacu
late Conception Parish in Kenton,
Ohio, held their first Communion
Breakfast on Sunday. May 2nd. The
members of the YCW meet every
Thursday night and they are ac
quiring a leal facility in the use
of Bible and Scriptural commen
taries. Each week two of the mem
bers are assigned to 1he Gospel In
quiry and present a social inquiry
in conjunction with their meeting.
Fifteen young people of St.
Mary Magdalene's parish in Co
lumbus made a Marian Year Pil
grimage last Sunday visiting four
Marian churches in the city. The
pilgrimage was under the sponsor
ship of the parish Council of ath
olic Youth. The pilgrims visited St.
Mary's Church Holy Rosary. St
Joseph at hedral and Our Lady of
Victory.
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Diocesan Spelling Champs In Try For Title
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““Library Notes
Miss Marshall Gives Tips
From the Department of Library Science
College of St Mary of the Springs
Flower Arranging for Juniors, by
Virginia Stone Marshall: Little,
Brown, and Co., Boston, 1954
This book is divided into 18
short and interesting chapters for
the younger set. It stresses how
fluvver arranging can, and should
be fun for all. The book gives
many and varying examples of
beautiful flower arrangements and
explains the many steps quite
clearly. Such interesting subjects
as corsages table settings, minia
tures, and the principles of color,
balance, and harmony are discuss
ed in detail. At the back of the
book is a glossary of terms used
often in connection with flower ar
rangements and flower shows,
which would be of much use to
flower arrangers of all ages.
C.D.B.
Linda Jordon Lawyer, by Jean
Libman Block Julian Messner,
Inc., New York.
Linda Jordon was a slim, dark
haired girl of twenty in her second
year of law
a lawyer
thought of
school. Her desire to be
stemmed from the
dazzling juries and her
the National Debating
long hours of study
ary to become a
Team. The
which are neces
lawyer are not Linda's only prob
lems at law school, for her social
life becomes complicated by two
young lawyers. Joe Anselmo, a lei
low classmate, oilers her only ex
citement, while W ilson anruon, a
succe.—inl lawyer, can fulfill the
dreams that most young women
have. Many interesting facts lead
to Lindas decision. These are all
related in a style most young mod
erns enjoy reading.
V.B.
Planet X, by Mildred Kiefer
Monsignor Quint reported on six
American priests. Most of them
were seized during the mass ar
rests in Shanghai last summer and
are now held in Shanghai's Ward
Road jail.
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In Shanghai
In‘Fair Health’
HONG Ko\G (NC) The news
that a number of American mis
sionaries held in Shanghai jail aie
in fair health was brought here by
a French born prelate himself re
leased from that jail.
Msgr Gabriel Quint, O.F.M.. 4.9
year-old Prefect Apostolic of Wei
haiwei. Shantung province, arrived
here alter having spent more than
32 months in jail.
The ten top spellers in Columbus
Diocesan schools (pictured above)
will compete in the Statewide
spelling-bee tomorrow morning.
May 1. in Ohio Union, on the Ohio
State University campus.
The ten will compete against the
champions of other schools and re
gions throughout Ohio. They are
survivors of last Saturday's two
hour long spelling at St. Joseph's
Academy where 36 diocesan final
ists met for the right to compete
tor the trip to Washington, D.C.,
that goes to the Ohio Champ.
Father James Kulp was the pro
nouncer for the finals.
Pictured above are these cham
pions: Rita Bray, St. Mary. Marion:
Judy Eyerman, St. Joseph's Acad
emy, Columbus: Kae Enright, Im
maculate Conception School, Co
lumbus Gloria Drake. New Phil
adelphia Sacred Heart Margaret
Wiss. Our Lady of Victory School,
Columbus Mary Jo McClain, St.
l^adislaus- school, Columbus Bar
bara Belzner. Holy Spirit school.
Columbus: Mary Jane Schneiter,
St. Joseph's School, Dover Philip
Kunder, St. Agatha. (olumbus: and
Joe Wander. SI. Christopher school,
(olumbus.
finals
of Fa
direc-
The parochial spelling
were under the supervision
ther Bennett F. Applegate,
tor of education in lhe Columbus
diocese.
Judges included Sister Dominic
Marie. OSF. Corpus Christi Sister
Elizabeth Clairs, CSC, St. Cath
arine’s Sister Joseph Eileen,
S( (ini Lady of Victory
Sister
Name, and Sister Mary Agnes, SC.
Marion St. Mary's.
Teresa Miriam O.P., Holy
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Parish On French
Coast Served By
Sea-Going Priests
BOULOGNE, France (NO
(NC)—Along the English Channel
coast from Le Havre to the Belgian
frontier live the members of an
unusual sea going parish, served
by sea going priests.
Made up of some 5.000 fishermen
and their families, who are often
at sea, the parish is run by a
group of Franciscan priests with
headquarters here in Boulogne.
Whenever possible the seamen
meet for Mass ashore, landing at
small harbors along the coast. But
often when a fishing fleet sails on
a long voyage a priest sails with it.
He works with the fishermen,
sharing the crew's hardships, and
celebrates Mass aboard ship when
ever weather permits. On feast
days the Mass is broadcast by ra
dio for crews on other ships in the
fleet.
At parish headquarters here a
social center is maintained for the
benefit of seamen. Among other
things it helps to find them lodg
ings. aids them with legal problems,
while a group of doctors gives
them medical care. A seamen’s
home provides food and lodging
for crews of ships in Boulogne har
bor. The parish publishes a special
periodical, “Land and Sea,” for
fishermen and maintains a chape]
for them.
•Bought Converts’
Charge In India
Is Proven False
NAGPUR, India—(NC)—-Charges
that Catholic missionaries are
“buyirfg converts” in Madyha Pra.
desh. Central Province state, were
found “false and based on wishful
thinking.”
Albert Da Costa, general secre
tary of the Catholic Union of India,
stated here that four leading Chris
tians, including two state legisla
tors. who recently conducted an
inquiry into the allegations, had
reached this conclusion. Their re
port has been sent to Prime Minis
ter .Jawaharlal Nehru.
Pointing out that Indian Chris
tians are as much a part of the na
tion as others, Mr. Da Costa said
that these attempts to misrepre
sent them in the eyes of their own
countrymen must he deplored.
He also denied charges that
children were edmitted to Chris
tian schools in Madhya Pradesh
only if their parents were eon-
The now discredited allegations
are the basis of an official inquiry
proposed by Madhya Pradesh gov
ernment into the activities of
Christian missionaries in the state.
A committee for this purpose has
already heen formed with not a
single representative of the Chris
tian community. Catholics have
protested against the exclusion of
Christian members from the com
mittee.
IXovena
Services
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA—
Mondays St. Mary Magdaleno
Church, Columbus 1:30 a.m.
(Mass and services) 10 a.m., 3
p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6 p.m.,
6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 1:15 p.m.,
9 p.m.
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All are eighth graders
Wander, who is a seventh grade
pupil at St. Christopher, and Kae
Enright, sixth grader from Immac
ulate Conception school.
gi ade I
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—St.
Peter's Church, o I u u s—
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.
OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU
AL HELP NOVENA—St. Chris
topher's church, Columbus—
Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. Ladislaus church
Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30
p.m.
SORROWFUL MOTHER NO
VENA Holy Cross Church,
Columbus—Fridays 11:30 a.m.
(Mass and services), 12 noon, 3
p.m., 5:20 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
SACRED HEART NOVENA—
Sacred Heart Church, Columbus
—Friday, 7:45 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
NOVENA St. Leo's church,
Columbus Friday, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. John the Evange
list Church, Columbus Sun
days, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA Holy Family Church,
Columbus Sundays, 7:30 p.m.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA NO
VENA—St. Aloysius Church, Co
lumbus—Sundays 7:45 p.m.
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA
St. Joseph church, Dover, Tues
day evenings, 7:00.
Pastors are requested to noti
fy the Catholic Times, PO Box
636, Columbus, when novena
services are started or resumed
in order to insure publication in
this column.)
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versity told 300 delegates to the
28th annual meeting of the Cath
olic Philosophical Association that
they had a job to do in convincing
the world of the existence of God.
Speaking on the "invalid proof*
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It is simply not true," he said,
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existence of God a* He is conceived
by Christians."
Dr. Charles J. O’Neil, of the
Marquette University philosophy
department, was installed as the
new president of the association.
He succeeds Dr. James Collins of
St. Louis University.
Father Gerald Smith, S.J.. head
of Marquette University's philoso
phy department, was awarded the
Cardinal Spellman-Aquinas medal
of the association for 1955.
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now more important for Catholic
philosophers than at any previous
period in the history of man.”
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