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Dedicated To Mary CHICAGO (NC) There are Cathedrals and 3,278 Churches in the United States which are named after titles of the Blessed Mother, it has been disclosed in a survey made by Brother Roman Witowski, C.S.C., of Holy Trinity High School here. The results of Brother Witow aki's survey are published in an article “Marian Titles in U.S. Par ishes" printed in the current issue of The Banner magazine, which is published. here by the Resurrec tionist Fathers. Among the most common Marian titles, the survey shows are St. Mary, Immaculate Conception, Our I^ady of Mount Carmel, Our Lady of Lourdes, Holy Rosary. Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Guadalupe and Immaculate Heart of Mary. Film Classification Based On Morality W ill Be Discussed COLOGNE, Germany—(NC) A study conference on the moral classification of movies will be held here by the International Catholic Film Office from June 18 to 24. The conference will open with a Pontifical Mass in the Cologne Cathedral celebrated by Bishop Carl Leiprecht of Rottenburg. The conference is under the pa tronage of Bishop Leiprecht and His Eminence Joseph Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of Cologne. IMPERIAL WASHABLE WALLPAPER Patton's Book Store WASHINGTON UPHOLSTERING Wa Rebuild Your Furniture To Look Like Factory New FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL Martin's Upholstering Co. 654 E Hudson St., at Beulah LA. 2313 Eves. LU. 7463 .^1 ••C- /ini/ii ARRIGO make first payment after AUG. 1ST Guaranteed workmanship, materials, service Alice MASTERCRAFT 2409 N. High Of Interest To Women Our Correspondents NEW PHILADELPHIA Mem bers of the Altai Society of Sacred Heart Church are planning a pub he card party for June 17. At the recent meeting, nomma tion of new officers was conducted and elections will be held at the next regular meeting. June 7. The June meeting social commit tee will include Mrs Frank Craig, Mrs. Margaret Klein. Mrs Patrick Kelly. Mrs. Frank Gunther. Mrs. Ray Hagarman. and Mrs. Archie Mastreano. The annual Mothers and Daughters breakfast of the Altar Rosary Confraternity of St Mary Magdalene parish was held Sun day, May 9, following the 7:45 Mass. Mrs. John Radish was gen eral chairman for the event. DOVER At the recent meeting of the Regina Study Club in the home of Mrs. James Mayhall, Mrs. Edward Bazzoli was elected to the presidency of the Club. Other new officers are Mrs. Mayhall, vice president Mrs. William Evans, secreary-treasurer. and Mrs. Glen Jentes, program chairman. Mrs. Evans presented a Bible text for discussion and Mrs. N. J. Langford reviewed “The Home and Its Inner Spiritual Life.” St. Joseph School is planning an operetta from May 23-25. and just completed the annual Spring Fes tival. The Columbus Circle of the International Federation of Cath olic Alumnae will ‘celebrate its annual Marys Day Saturday, Kennedy Foundation Makes Community Center Grant NEW YORK (NC)— His Em inence Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, announc ed here that the Lieut. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation had made a grant to pay for property pur chased in Harlem for a community center to serve 5.000 families. —----------------o------------------- Read the Time* Classified Ads Let us show you that EYEWEAR not only offers necessary Visual Benefits, but is remarkably effec tive in achieving desirable Facial and Fashion effects. CONTINUOUS VISION LENSES. Artistic Designed Frames. Harry Schwartz Optical Co. (SERVING CENTRAL OHIO SINCE 1925) 169 EAST STATE STREET (at 4th) FL. 5100 COLUMBUS, OHIO Make yeurs the brightest house on the block SUN-PROOF HOUSE PAINT Pittsburgh’s New Fume-Re sistant, Sun-Proof House Paint Keeps Homes Looking White Longer! Hardware 959 Frebis GA. 1903 AUTHORIZED DEALER May 15, Father Bennett Apple gate will offer Mass in the Chapel of the Sisters of Notre Dame on E. Rich St., after which a brunch will be served at the University Club. A business meeting, election of officers and a talk by Father Applegate will close the program. Mrs. Henry Hayes, 88 S Ches terfield Rd., is chairman. For reservations call either Mrs. Paul Schwartz at KI. 0954. or Miss Nancy l-oder at FA. 6069, The Catholic Women's league has scheduled a dinner meeting at the K of Hall, 80 S. Sixth St., Monday. May 17 at 6:30 p.m. Fa ther Richard Dodd, spiritual advis or, will be the guest speaker. Elec tion of officers will also take place. Mrs. Sam Gallione, the social chairman, will be assisted by Mrs. George Snyder, Mrs. D.’ J. Cash man, Miss Teresa Daugherty, Miss Agnes King. Miss Joan McDonough, Mrs. Margaret Byrne and Mrs. Sam Dattalo. DENNISON—The Altar Society and PCCW of Immaculate Concep tion parish reported a membership of 195 women at their recent meet ing. In other business, the organi zation appointed Mrs. Edna Mur phy to head the social committee for June. Lunch at the May meet ing was served by Mrs. Eileen Work and her committee. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ringler as the oldest mother to Mrs. Eugene Civiello as the youngest mother, and to Mrs. Ringler as the mother of the most children. The wonder box was won by Mrs. Steve Losut. Pillow' cases were won by Mrs. Lucy Palandrani. -------------o------------------- Groveport St. Mary Men To Fete Parish Women GROVEPORT—Members of the Holy Name Society of Groveport St. Mary will serve breakfast to the ladies of the parish and their daughters after the Mass on Sun day, May 16. This Mother-Daughter Breakfast is an annual May event for the parish. O------------------------------ First Class Graduates LOUISVILLE—(NC)—Atomic En ergy Commissioner Thomas E. 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The Columbus Committee of the NCCS has arranged for the Boy Choir oi Corpus Christi parish to sing the nine o’clock High Mass at the Hospital. Father Francis Connor, hospital chaplain, will be the celebrant of the Mass. Dr. S. J. Telerski, director of the Boy Choir, has asked eight men from the Corpus Christi Men’s Choir to assist in the singing. One of the primary purposes of the National Catholic Community Service is to assist the Hospital chaplain in his work of ministering to the spiritual needs of the patients. Sunday afternoon, the Holy Ros ary Family Group, in cooperation with the NCCS will conduct a TV Ward Party at 2:00 p.m. Mrs. Theodore Hinterschied, 766 Bedford Ave., a member of the NCCS committee, has asked Mrs. Lawrence Bott, 521 Bulen Ave., and Mrs. Ralph Randolph. 166 E. Rich St., who with their husbands are members of the Holy Rosary Family Group, to plan for home made pies and coffee for a treat for the patients in the ward. Tonight, the NCCS will enter tain 200 patients in the recreation hall at the Hospital. -------------------o------------------- Springs Glee Club In Spring Concert The Glee Club of St. Mary of the Springs College will present its annual Spring Concert Thursday, May 20. at 8:15 p. m. in the Little Theater of Erskine Hall. The group, under the direction of Mrs. Grace Edminster, will dedicate a group of numbers to the Blessed Mother in honor of the Marian Year. These will include “Ave Maria” by Nickoli Montani “Thou Art So Fair and Bright’’, 13th cen tury antiphonal hymn, and “Tota Pulchra Est.” The second group of songs will in clude numbers by Fox Reeve. No ble Cain, W. A. Goldsworthy and Van Denman Thompson. A male guest ensemble will assist the Glee Club in the latter group of songs. The public is cordially invited to attend the concert. Novena Services OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA— Mondays St. Mary Magdalene Church, Columbus 8:30 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., 8:15 p.m., 9 p.m. ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—St. Peter's Church, o I u u s— Tuesdeys, 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. (Maas 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 Cetholic Times, PO Box 636, Columbus, when novena services are sterted or resumed in order to insure publicetion in this column.) Notre Dame Alumnae Plan Family Dav iY-S 3 .*■ ©I. Sunday afternoon, May 23, will be observed as Family Day by Notre Dame de Namur Alumnae at St. Joseph Academy. All members of the alumnae and their friends are invited to bring their chil dren for a social hour and refreshments in the garden. Opening the afternoon's program at three o'clock, Father Lawrence Corcoran, Spiritual Moderator of the Columbus Chapter, will offer Benedic tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament in the convent chapel. This observance of Family Day is coin cident with the designation of Sunday, May 23, by His Holiness, Pop* Pius XU, as Children's Dey, and hit request for their plees to God for peace. Mrs. John H. Fisk, pictured at left above, is serving as chairman. She and her sister, Mrs. Richard Lannen are dicussing plans for the occasion. Mrs. Fisk is holding her daughter, Janet. Mrs. Lannan is holding her daughter, Kathy, while Jimmy, Terry and Michael Lannon look on. Diocese Honors Mother Of 10 STEUBENVILLE—(NC) Mrs Virginia Keck, 34, a convert when .she was 18, wife of a dairy farmer and mother of 10. has been chosen as the Steubenville Diocesan Moth er of 1954. Her husband. Karl, runs the fam ily farm near Albany and acts as part-time school bus driver. The Kecks were married in 1940 and their 10 children, ranging in age from 12 years to 16 months, in clude a set of triplets. Mrs. Keck said she looks upon each of her children as “one more blessing” and feels sorry for mar ried couples who “are missing the happiness and peace of marriage’’ found in large families. The Kecks live 12 miles from St. Aloysius Church, their parish, but their four eldest children never fail to attend religious instruction classes. Their pastor. Father Jan B. Kish, said the Kecks are among “the most faithful contributors to the parish school building fund’’ but the family as yet has been unable to use the facilities of the newly opened parish school. Body Of Pius To Be Placed In Marian Basilica VATICAN CITY—(RADIO, NC) —The body of Blessed Pope Pius will be carried in solemn pro cession from St. Peter s Basilica to the Basilica of St. Mary Major on the afternoon of May 30. it was an nounced here as plans progressed rapidly for the great ceremonies of canonization on May 29. Used to transport the remains nf the humbly-born Pontiff who will soon be listed among the canon ized saints of the Church will be an elegant old Berlin Carriage drawn by six white horses. First used in Berlin in the 17th century, this type of four-wheeled carriage generally accommodated two passengers, but had a rear platform in addition to a driver’s seat in front. The Vatican announcement said that only men will be in the pro cession of marchers preceding and following the carriage. The customary solemn triduum in honor of a newly canonized saint will be held at St. Mary Major’s and the body is expected to remain there for about a week. PT A NOTES Corpus Christi parish PT A will install new officers at the regular monthly meeting tonight at 8:00 p.m. Newly elected officers include Mrs. Richard Castrop. president Mrs. Harvey Parsons, vice-presi dent Mrs. Ralph Kammerstein, treasurer: Mrs. Robert Shisler, secretary Mrs. Joseph Slattery, his torian, and Mrs. Robert Martin, auditor. Father Omer Schroeder will be guest speaker for the eve ning. Refreshments will be served by the first grade mothers. St. Catharine parish PTA will hold a Children's Bazaar in the school auditorium. Monday, May 17, from 12:00 noon until 3:00 p.m. Mrs. Robert Farley is serv ing as chairman of the bazaar and has asked the room moth ers to take charge of the various stands which will include a cake sale, fish pond, stuffed toy stand, hobby shop, white elephant sale, parcel post and religious articles stand. Refreshments and lunch will be served in the cafeteria. Games and contests are planned for the children during the af ternoon. All members of the parish and friends are invited to attend the bazaar. -------------------o------------------- How con you fail to make the kale? Get money in scads by using wan* ads FROGGATT UPHOLSTERY SHOP 2997 Indianola at Weber RESTYLING REPAIRING Upholstering our Specialty Uylons—Textures or Plastics Budget terms if desired. H. 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