10 Nunn Freed
By Czech Reds
355 To Follow
ZURICH, Switzerland (NO-—A
group of nuns freed from common
1st Czechoslovakia through the In
ternational Red Cross praised the
helpfulness of the Czechoslovak
Red Cross on their arrival here by
The ten nuns are the first of 365
‘‘Sudeten-German” nuns being
freed through the intermediary of
the International Red Cross after
three years of negotiations. The
nuns belong to the congregation of
the Holy Cross and will be attach
ed to the community’s general
motherhouse at Ingenbohl, Switzer
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MANCHESTER. N.H (NO ...
I-abor union support has been
given to the crusade to rid New
Hampshire of obscene literature.
At its first annual convention
here the Neu Hampshire Council
of Carpenters adopted a resolution
charging that ‘‘the spread of ob
scenity in all its forms has con
tributed much in the past years to
delinquency among juveniles.”
The resolution commended the
1953 session of the Legislature for
enacting measures ‘‘clarifying its
statutes relating to this subject
matter, which has brought numer
ous convictions and has contributed
much to prevent the further distri
bution of obscene literature.”
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STEUBENVILLE A JOObed,
five-story modem hospital, costing
mor? than $2,000,000 is being plan
ned by the Sisters of St. Francis
who operate Gill hospital in Steu
benville at. the present time. The
new hospital will be known as St.
Anthony’s and will he located on
the property of Catholic Central
CINCINNATI—The Silver Med
al of the Greek Red Cross has
been awarded to Archbishop Al
ter for humanitarian service—
as chairman of the NCWC Ad
ministrative Board to victims
of recent earthquakes in the
Ionian Islands as well as to other
TOLEDO—Oblates of St. Fran
cis de Sales w ill open a high school
tor boys in Toledo with freshmen
and sophomores to be admitted in
September, 1951. A campaign will
be conducted June, seeking
$750,000 in cash and 30-month
pledges. A successful drive will
permit ground breaking in Septem
TOLEDO All nine Toledo
Councilmen voted last week in
favor of the resolution which re
quests the state legislature, at
its next session, to amend the
Ohio Revised Code “so as to
make it unlawful in the State of
Ohio to sell contraceptive de
vices by vending machine opera
Acts To Revise
NEW YORK (NO—Because of a
decision taken by the British
Government, 2.000 former Polish
soldiers now living in Great Britain
may be unable to come to the
United States under 1953 Refugee
Relief Act. the Polish Immigration
Committee here has disclosed.
Present barrier to the admittance
of the Polish soldiers is a provi
sion in the Refugee Act that says
that the country from which the
refugee will come to America must
agree to take him back if he re
ceived the I nited States Immi
gration visa by fraud or misrepre
The British Government, how
ever, has refused to give such a
guarantee and without it the form
er Polish soldiers have no chance
of obtaining V. S. visas under the
present act, the committee said.
To remedy the situation, the
committee has suggested the act
be amended so as to make it pos
sible for the Poles to enter with
out the guarantee from Great Bri
tain. At the same time. Polish
organizations in Great Britain are
working to convince British au
thorities tn change their position,
the committee said.
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The senior* at Holy Family are in rehearsal for the annual senior class play. Checking the script
of "At the End ef the Rainbow" are several of the cast members and the director. Left to right,
seated, are Shirley Ogden, Mr. Ray Lenihin, the director, and Rosie Jenkins. Standing are Joe Cronin,
Rose Ann Davies and Jack Fitzpatrick. The comedy was presented Apr. 27 end 28, at 8:15 p. m.
at the Holy Family School auditorium, 56 S. Sandusky St.
Cry Of ‘Rising Clericalism'
Sounded By German Politico
Catholic Paper Says Same Line
Being Used By E. German Reds
WASHINGTON (NC) The leader of a German polit
ical party he claims to be a Catholic but declines as “a
matter of conscience” to say whether he is a practicing one—
has voiced alarm at what he calls “increasing clericalism” in
his country’s political life.
He is Dr. Thomas Dehler, head of the Free Democratic
Party, who was Minister of Justice in the cabinet of Chancel
lor Konrad Adenauer until last fall Nou the United States
on a three-week visit under the|
auspices of the Department ell
State, he expressed himself as
deeply concerned ‘‘by the use of
Christianity as a criterion of po
litical life” in Western Germany.
(Dr. Oehler's visit here coin
cided with an editorial in the
Petrusblatt, Berlin diocesan week
ly, saying that the “spectre of cler
icalism” is being deliberately rais
ed in Germany, with the possible
result of an “anticlerical psycho
sis” in Germany's internal policies.
The editorial directly identified
Dr. Dehler as foremost among
those raising “the cry of ‘political
Catholicism’.” It pointed to Ger
many's socialists as allies of Dr.
Dehler’s liberal party in fighting
against the alleged “clericaliza
tion” of public life.
(The Petrusblatt editorial ex
pressed concern that these liberal
socialist maneuvers could lead to a
new German “Kulturkampf.” This
term dates back to the time of
Bismarck. Germany s “Iron Chan
cellor” who, beginning in 1871, at
tempted to make the Catholic
Church in Prussia independent of
Rome and wholly subject to the
(Slogan* like "clericalism” and
"threatening Kulturkampf” are
being increasingly used by com
munist propaganda in the Red
ruled East Zone of Germany.
A recent propaganda broadcast
said that "not only among Prot
estants, but among many intelli
gent Catholics indignation is ris
ing over West Germany's cultur
al policies which ar* dictated by
political Catholicism in an ever
more undisguised manner.”)
Hears Report On
sion programs ar? objectionable
from the standpoint of moral, eth.
ical and religious content” said
the Rev. John Q. Schisler of Nash
ville, Tenn in an address at the
annual meeting of the Methodist
Board of Education here.
He said there was an “urgent
need for churches to develop spe
cial television programs for chil
dren because we have a responsi
bility growing out of our total re
sponsibility for the life of the
child, to make a contribution to
television programs for children
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Dr. Dehler, when interviewed
here, strenuously denied that his
accusations regarding “political
Catholicism” in Germany bear any
resemblance to similar charges
voiced against the Church in all
communist-ruled Iron Curtain
In countries like Poland and
Czechoslovakia the charge of po
litical Catholicism” is made in a
deliberate effort to suppress the
Church, he said. Noting that the
term has no such connotations
Germany, Dr. Dehler acknowledg
ed, in answer to questions, “the
unlimited right of the Church to
raise her admonishing voice re
garding all ethical issues arising in
At the same time, however, Dr.
Dehler expressed his opposition to
“recent developments” which he
identified as attempts of the
Church “to gain influence on po
litical life through public or pro
fessional institutions.” As an “ex
ample” of the increasing “clerical
ization” of public life he listed ef
forts to set up a Catholic young
farmers’ association, moves toward
reorganizing Christian labor un
ions. steps to insure the training
of Catholic teachers in Catholic
normal schools, and “pressure tac
tics” in warning xojers against cer
tain political parties.
Regarding the question of Cath
olic schools. Dr. Dehler denied fa
voring “a state monopoly in educa
tion.” However, he was vague in
answer to questions as to the
validity of parental rights, confin
ing himself to the remark that this
issue had been “distorted” in re
Concerning the question of obli
gatory civil marriage, Dr. Dehler
said he saw no reason why the 80
year-old German law requiring a
civil ceremony before any religious
marriage should be changed. How
ever, he claimed credit for intro
ducing a measure which would
abolish the severe penalties for
clergymen who assist at a religious
marriage without a previous civil
Although the great majority of
German constitutional experts, in
cluding the government of West
Germany, consider the 1933 Ger
man Concordat with the Holy See
as fully binding. Dr. Dehler holds
its present status as “problemati
‘‘The churches in Germany have
never been as free as they are at
the present time,” Dr. Dehler said
in conclusion. Denying any inten
tion of provoking a new “Kultur
kampf,” he said it was rather the
churches whn are “creating an
atmosphere” in which such a dan
ger could arise.
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2 Colmnbne 5nn» To Atten
language Teacher*’ Meet
Two Dominican nuns from Si.
Nun of th? Spring* College and
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meeting of the ?ntra[ States Mod
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day in Detroit. They are Suter M.
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Theme of the convention, which
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leading universities, will be “Let*
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