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3—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday,- May 28, 1954 A---------God Love You------------ Better And II The yeast ol grace is buried in the dough and must be kneaded if the whole is to be leavened. Our Lord changed Simon’s name to Peter when He made him His Vicar on earth. But in the garden when WE PAY YOU 6% INTEREST Let Your Money Work For You. Offer Limited to State of Ohio. COLUMBUS DISCOUNT AND LOAN 56S E. BROAD ST. Columbus. Ohio FL. 6861 ZANESVILLE BRIKCRETE PHILO PHON* 4-427* Had k Service Appliance* Repaired ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. GEORGE SMITH ill Gelitbee St. ZaneevUle O. Ph *-7*2* Electrical Wiring Maintenance Commercial industrial Residential TELEVISION Mattison Suva Rocket *80 Uhaeab Raaor-Sharp Edgo-Uv-Edge Focus Finest in TV DISTRIBUTED BY L. A. EMMERT Slum 1*11 14 Third St Pbeae 1-4*1 k Zanesville Okie 'MODERATION 18 A FUL! LIFE" Flood's Bar and Grill WINES LIQUORS "Bee? at Its Beit* TASTY FOODS SANDWICHES 430 Market Ph orse Contend In All Human Souls The better and the worse con tend in Christian souls, or as Our Lord put it with merciful len iency: "The Spirit is willing the .flesh is weak.” by Bishop Fid ton J. Sheen sleeping and after Peter denied Him, Our Lord once again called him "Simon” to indicate that he had fallen back to the old level. We wonder why we are in a “rut" why our prayers are with out devotion why we make no spiritual progress. The answer is simple. We are not disciplining ourselves, not stowing errant im pulses. giving too much rope to our selfish desires. Here are two simple ways to become more Christ-like, one taken from the Gospel, the other from the writ ings of St. Thomas Aquinas. 1) Take up your cross daily. 2) Med itate on the earthly life of Our Lord. Combining both when you make a sacrifice, such as doing without a luxury, see that it is used to make our Ix»rd known and loved. Send it to the Holy Father through the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. We will send you a little box for such sacrifices if you write and ask us for it. THE HERMAN FALTER PACKING CO. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS Greenlawn Avenue COLUMBUS, OHIO ZANESVILLE The Mader-Peoples Funeral Homes 421 Putnam Ave. 810 Forest Ave. Phone 2-4551 Arthur A. Bryan Kenneth O. Bolin Wendell B. Swope Information Z-9 Terrace Appliance 2213-15 N. Maple Ave. Phone 3-9646 ZANESVILLE, OHIO MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. CURRENT DIVIDEND 2% F.ach Saving* Aaaount Insured to *10 000 Mutual Federal Baildint 14 8 Fifth Strari Your Beauty is our Career Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc, ANITA H. 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Leone REALTOR 51 N. 5th St. PH. 3-1116 815 Linden Grocery Clean Store Quick Service Manager, Mrs. Sadie Echels DON’T FORGET WE RE MOV ING! SAVE YOUR PENNIES AND WE WILL TELL YOU HOW TO REMEMBER THE NEW AD DRESS. GOD LOVE YOU to B. P. for $5. “I promised this money to the Missions if I were able to find a job. Well, I found one, so here is the money!” ... to M. M. “The enclosed $5 is what I would have spent on desserts over the past couple of months. I hope it will help you in your work.” ... to J.B. for $2 “My birthday was a month ago and this money was a gift. The best gift for me though is to know that it will help some Mission ary'” ... to O.J.C. “Enclosed is $10. I had intended to buy a new dress, but I settled for a blouse instead and I hope that my small sacrifice will help buy clothing for some child some where in the Missions” ... to S. P.” I am in the second grade and my friend A.O. and I made this money by selling yard dolls which we made ourselves. We hope this $6 70 will help you.” .. to J.F.L. for $10 .. “For a fa vor received” The perfect gift for this year's graduate is the beautiful and in spirational GOD LOVE YOU MEDAL, perfect for a bracelet, necklace or key chain On one side is a lovely image of Our Lady framed by ten letters of the words “God Ixive You” which form a decade on which prayers may be said. On the reverse side is the seal of the Propagation of the Faith. Such a gift will not only be appreciated for its beau ty and originality, but also for its devotion which will gain many graces for the one who gives it as well as for the one who re ceives it. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and send it to the Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 109 East 38th Street, New York 16x. N. Y., or your Diocesan Director Father James Kulp, 246 East Town Street, Columbus 15, Ohio. 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CANNON FURNITURE STORE Main Roseville 7.7121 MAYSVILLE SUPER MARKETS "2 Locations” South Zanesville, Ohio And 804 Koon St. in Z*n«»villo, Ohio SANITARY MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail 233 Main Ph. 3-4886 Zaneavilla, Ohio I S. *1 S I .kJ Other members of the committee include the assistant director of the state's Harijan and tribal wel fare department. Harijans (members of the de pressed classes) and tribesmen are frequently mentioned as victims of the alleged missionary coercion The allegation is that missionaries, taking advantage of the economic backwardness of these people, have used monetary and other inducements to convert them. The alleged use of monetary encouragement ligured prominent IN mis Wilt Pray In Glare Of Reno Might Life RENO, Nev. (NC) While Reno “burns the midnight oil” and roulette wheels whir in its dine dance-and-gamble clubs, a tiny group of nuns will be praying right in the middle of America's new nightlife metropolis. A monastery of contemplative nuns will be set up on Reno's main street—close enough to the city's gambling strip “to see the neon lights on Harold’s Club,” according to Mother Angela, superior of the Indianapolis (Ind.) Carmel, now in Reno completing arrangements for the new Carmel. Mother Angela and seven con templative nuns will come to Reno in the Fall to form the nucleus ol the new foundation. Contracts arc now being signed for purchase of a brick building on Reno’s Virginia Street with property suitable for a walled cloistered area. The Reno house, which will be the second branch established by the Indianapolis Carmel, will be set up at the invitation of Bishop Robert J. Dwyer of Reno. o- —.. -.— Alon* Some people seem to think that they can’t make a novena unless they leave home and get jostled by a few thousand persons bent on the same grace. Novenas can be private affairs, too. We surely ought to have a novena in mind for the Holy Spirit, and begin it the day after Ascension. Any pray ers will do if we don’t have some prayers in honor of the Holy Spirit at hand. The necessary item is the nine days without a lapse. Work up your own schedule of prayers, and stay with them, and you will be all set. Perhaps God and the Saints would rather have you make your own private novena it really shows your personal love and initiative. Since 1890 First Mortgage Loan* Insured Savings Safe Deposit Boxes Walter C. Krupp, Pres. St. Gabriel Festival Planned For June 4-5 Catholic Authorities Take Stand Against Curtailment Of Rights NEW DELHI, India (NC) The campaign against for eign missionaries reached a new tempo as two more state gov ernments began harassing moves against them. Simultaneously, Catholic authorities of India took a firm stand against any possible curtailment of religious rights that may be implied in the new moves. Madhva Bharat (Central India) and tar Pradesh (United Pro vince) were the latest Indian states to display openly their anti-mis sionary policy. Earlier an investi gation was started by the Madhya Pradesh state government. The Madhya Bharat govern ment announced the appointment of and eight -member com mittee for the ostensible pur pose of inquiring into complaint* against Christian missionaries in the state. The specific charge re lates to the alleged use of "un fair means" by missionaries for converting people to Christiani ty. The committee, which is headed by a retired Hindu judge, has been asked to submit its report as early as possible. i I’- Big Plans are in the making for the St. Gabriel Festival which will take place this year, Friday and Saturday, June 4 5. Activities to interest all age groups will begin both avertings at 7:00 p. m. "Bozo" the clown and Aunt Fran of television fame will be on hand to entertain the young fry and stands of all kinds including out of-town donation stand will interest the older folks. In addition, there will be a grand prize awarded. Pictured above are committee members who are working on plans for the affair. They are, left to right, Thoma* J. Eichenrode Jay Lucas, co-chairman Father Clement Faistl, pastor of St. Gabriel parish Robert Gallagher, cheirman, and Stephen Devoss. Two New Indian States Open Drives Against Missionaries ly in a discussion on missionaries in the Uttar Pradesh legislative assembly. Dr. Sampurnanand, Hindu home minister of the state, asserted that the state government is aware that monetary inducements had been offered for some conversions. He said that 250 Hindus had been converted to Christianity by Ca tholic and Methodist missionaries in Mathura district during the past two years. A Hindu member went so far as to charge that “regular contracts” had been entered into by all con verts promising to return money taken bv them in the event of their reverting to their original faith. An expression of Catholic re action to these developments came from Archbishop Thomas Pothaca mury of Bangalore, secretary of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India, Th* prelate spoke strongly against any possible limitation of religious rights granted to minorities by the Indian consti tution, and denounced eny at tempt to curtail the essential work of Christian missionaries. He said such an attempt would amount to interfering with th* rights granted them by the con stitution of a secular stat* which assures religious freedom and equal protection to all faiths. The prelate dismissed as ab solutely without meaning the de mand that missionaries confine their activities to educational and humanitarian service. He pointed out that missionaries do not come to India in their personal capacity, but act on the desire to propagate the religion of Christ. Reconversion Drive Meanwhile, the Mahasabha, an ultra-Hindu organization, has initia ted a big drive for re-converting to Hinduism all Hindus who had been converted to Christianity since India's independence. The president of the organization announced that he was starting a $200,000 fund to promote the sud dhi (reconversion with purifica tion) movement. The Examiner, India’s oldest Ca tholic paper, has declared that the Christian community is living “in fear” in India. The paper expressed this view in comment on a recent circular sent out by Nehru's Congress party, admitting that “a feeling of uneasiness” is growing among the minority communities. The Examiner said: "We htve no voice in any council, be it dis trict or legislative, even when w* ar* affected in our personal, religious and educational right* We have to go to the aid of the Congress, which at the stroke of the pen did such thing* to u* that in 'persecuted countries' took year* to do." 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The Brothers can’t take them in if we can find the means. It costs them $200 to train one. Won’t you help? VIRGIN MARTYRS BOTH STS. AGNES and CECILIA have young namesakes now training with the Assissian Sisters at Shertallay, India. Both hope to imitate their patrons’ virtue, at least. We hope to be able to let them continue if we can raise the cost of their training this year, $150. Can you send this sum to one in any payments? ALEMA will one day preach Christ to his fellow Ethiopians, we hope. He won’t if we cannot send to the seminary there the cost of his training and keep ($100 yearly) for the six years required. Won't you “sponsor” him by sending this yearly sum in weekly, monthly or yearly payments. You’ll share his work. HEARTS IN UNISON Mary's Immaculate Heart and the Sacred Heart of Her Son. What more appropriate place for a lovely picture of the Sacred Heart than in Mary’s new FATIMA SHRINE in JORDAN. It will cost $100. This wonderful memorial to a loved one will tell of your devotion to both Jesus and His Mother. For every' gift of $10 or more for the shrine we offer a lovely Russian picture of “Our Lady of the Near East,” suitable for framing. BRIGHT EYES Yes, she is evidence of the noble work of the Sisters at St. Vincent’s Crib in Beirut. Thanks to them, each year hundreds like her—abandoned to die of exposure, or born without homes are rescued from a fate,too awful to ima gine. The Sisters plan to en large the hospital to care for many more. Have you a mite to buy a brick? $3 provides a layette. They keep a child a month on $10. “STRINGLESS GIFTS” EN ABLE THE HOLY FATHER TO MEET EMERGENCIES WHEN THERE'S NO TIME TO APPEAL. Enroll friend or loved one, living or deceased. 15,000 Masses annually for members. Individuals $1 yearly, $20 perpetual. Family $5 and (i/near'BstOlissions^]$100. Francis Cardinal Spallman, President M*|r. Thoma* J. 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