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12—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, May 21, 1954
As Matters Stand Joe Breig Says. What Kind Of World Order? The Mayor of a great city once told me that after his election, he went to a wise quired: old bishop and in- “Do you have a word of advice for me?” The bis o smiled and said: “One word. Don’t dist u the folkways of the people.” I am remind ed of that by my study of the Pope's Peace Program. Nowhere __ been more specific about world or ganization than in his talk to mem bers of the W’orld Movement for World Federal Government in April, 1951. He said to those dele gates: “Your movement, gentlemen, dedicates itself to realizing an ef fective political organization of the world. Nothing is more in conform ity with the traditional doctrine of the Church .. “It is necessary to arrive at such an organization, if for no other rea son than to put an end to the armaments race in which peo ple have been ruining and exhaust ing themselves .” the Holy Father has The Pope then assured the dele gates that in advocating a form of world organization, they were again in accord with the Church’s principles, assuming that they meant that the world organization must not be “enmeshed in a me chanical and numerical unitarian ism.” What the Pope meant here was what the wise old bishop meant when he counselled the Mayor against disturbing “the folkways of the people.” The Holy Father explained that the world organization must into account “the natural tions” of human beings. take rela wor- He denounced the “blind ship of numerical strength” which views a human being merely as a voter. Each of us is other things as well. W’e are fathers or mothers, perhaps we are workers or artists we differ in religious background, and so on. As I understand the Pope, he wants the world organization, like the American Constitution, care fully to preserve individual rights, while establishing order. He said: “The future world organization .. will have an effective authori ty only insofar as it will safeguard and favor everywhere the life that is proper to a healthy human com munity ... in which all members join together for the good of the entire humanity The Community of Nations, in other words, must be a co-operative thing. It must establish law and or der, atop aggression, end the arma ments trace, and create peace, while generously and good-humor edly s a e uarding everybody’s rights of self development. Do we not have before our eyes a splendidly encouraging example of what the world community ought to he like? I point to the U.S A. Did not our Founding Fathers lay down the principle that all men are creatures of God. possessed of Mattrnstes faaii thkee! i OnfrMeo I I I I PARENTS/ Gaarantead vM wortmaMhip. material*, tarvica i (hl ilk by At*a, l»w. inalienable rights? That the pur pose of government is to protect those rights? That human beings should be helped in the pursuit of happiness? That the effective po litical organization which estab lished our own Community of Sov ereign States must encourage men and women to develop themselves fully, while at the same time har monizing them all in one great na tional family? Have not these United States been astoundingly successful? Is it not a fact that within this Com munity of States, persons of the most amazing diverstiy live togeth er happily—persons of all religions and none, of all races and nations, of all philosophies, cultures backgrounds? and the can Pope Pius XII believes that peoples of the world likewise establish a peaceable community, under international law. without losing their inalienable rights and freedoms. Why not? (This is another nes on the Pope s I suggest that you ture reference.) -------------------o— article in a se peace program, save it for fu- Escapee Tells Of Secret Masses Said In Red Jail PHILADELPHIA (NC) Priests held in Red Czechoslo vakia's infaihous Leopoldov Peni tentiary celebrated Mass in secret and were able to distribute Holy Communion to other prisoners by leaving the consecrated Host on a table, according to an American who escaped his communist captors. John Hvasla, U. S. Navy veteran and a resident of Hillside. N. J., was either in jail or in hiding Czechoslovakia for five years until the United States forced his re lease early this year. Mr. Hvasta was arrested by the Reds on trumped-up charges of spying back in 1948 The 26-year-old escapee notes that 90 per cent of the 1,200 prisoners at Leopoldov were “poli tical,” and included the intellectual and spiritual leaders country. “The prisoner priests poldov. I think, had most to give, and gave most generously,” he says. “Although Commissar Micha lik (the chief warden) banned religion from the premises these brave priests dared to conduct Confession as we took our daily walk through the prison yard. They conducted Mass clandestinely, leaving the consecrated Host on a table for the worshipper to par take. Some of them had their prison sentences increased by five years for performing such rites.” of the at Leo- Reds Give Priest 1 GY ear Sentence VIENNA (NC) A Czechoslo vak Catholic priest, Father Vladi mir Hajek, was sentenced to 14 years in prison by the Prague com munist regime, according to infor mation reaching here. The priest and 13 other defend ants were accused of “spying”, the information said Made Into Inntrsprinff Mattraaasw Made te Order A Rebuilt Feather Renovating CALL CA. 2468 A Upholstering. OHIO BIDDING ‘ALSCO ALUMINUM STORM SCRHN WINDOWS DOORS AUTOMATIC make Itrst payment after JULY 11th MASTERCRAFT 2409 N. High AUTHORIZED DEALER Solons Vote Prayer Room For Capitol WASHINGTON (NC) Cul minating years of effort, legislation has been approved by Congress to provide a room in the Capitol for use of the nation’s legislators for prayer and meditation. Approval came when the Senate passed a House concurrent resolu tion which authorized the architect of the Capitol to set aside a room off the rotunda for the use of the lawmakers. The resolution also pro vides that the room be equipped With “appropriate symbols of re ligious unity and freedom of wor ship.” The room is to be principally for private prayer, rather than group ceremonies. Tried Fer Decade Efforts to officially provide such a prayer room in the Capitol have been made in previous sessions of Congress for more than a decade, but until now. these efforts failed. There is an unofficial room now, which visitors say is “more like an office.” The concurrent resolution 80 Obscene Publications Are Banned In Quebec MONTREAL—(NC)—Eighty pub. lications, mostly from the U.S., have bee nbanned in Quebec prov ince because of objectionable ma terials. The Quebec Censorship Board examines a magazine after any complaints and if the publication is found objectionable, the publish ers and police are notified immedi ately. Under the Quebec law the cen sors may ban a publication which is objectionable because of “any illustration which evokes real or fictitious scenes of crime or of the habitual life of criminals, or mor bid or obscene situations or atti tudes. tending to corrupt youth and pervert morals.” Dales For Convention, Catholic Book Week Set GLEN ELLYN—(NC)—The Cath olic Library Association’s next an nual conference will be held in Milwaukee April 12 to 15. it has been announced The dale for next year's Catholic Book Week has also been set, February 20 to 26, 1955 before buying your combination windows and doors Don’t scrape and paint. Rinse 'em clean as new in the kitchen sink! Screens in Alsco storm windows made of aluminum, Geon sealed edges. Light, most sizes weigh k less than a dish pan. 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