Youth Notes •.
(,.Y.(). Holy Hours
The monthly Holy Hour sponsor
ed by the Catholic Youth Council
of the Central Deanery will he con
tinued during the summer months
according to an announcement by
President Jim Boehm. The Holy
Hours which have proved very pop
ular with the young people of CYO
will be held in different parishes
in the city at 7:30 p.tn. The day and
place will be announced at a later
date. Also included in the plans for
the summer Council program will
be a social program for CYO’s of
the city. The new CYO council will
have its first meeting under its
new president next week.
Participation in the Catholic
youth week program in the fall
and a pledge to bring greater inter
est among the young girls of the
Diocese will be discussed by mem
bers of the adult committee on
scouting for Catholic girls at their
meeting today at the Catholic youth
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9 to 4
The Faatt of tha Weak
Pentecost should be one of the
It is the Holy Ghost W'ho instructs
the hearts of the faithful, and it is
the Holy Ghost who takes up His
dwelling within us when we are in
the state of grace. It is hard to
think of anything more personal
For that reason each of us should
include a few prayers each day to
the Holy Ghost. We are never alone,
for He is with us all through the
day and night. Let’a keep it that
office. The committee will also set
a regular meeting day for the fu
The Catholic Committee on
scouting for Catholic boys will con
vene later this month to reorganize
the committee and elect new’ offi
cers. Mr. Roman Eyerman and Mr.
Francis Specht will be in charge of
The Campfire Girls of St. Mary’s
school on South Third Street will
hold their first Fire Council cere
mony on Sunday, June 6. at 7:45
p.m. in the school hall. An inter
esting program has been planned
for the evening. Refreshments will
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Editor Tells K. of
Priest Urges Man
To Match Bombs
NEW YORK—(NC) "Closing
time, gentlemen.” That’s the an
nouncement modern men may be
hearing from God if they don’t
bring their moral awareness up to
date with their scientific discover
ies, Msgr. Thomas McCarthy warn
ed on a nationwide radio broadcast.
Questioned on the. threat of
nuclear weapons. Msgr. McCarthy
said that the urgency of the threat
may spur mankind to asserting
the “great moral reach’ still with
in its grasp.
The Vice Chancellor of the Mili
tary Ordinariat, interviewed by
Dave Garroway on a Sunday night
radio show, said there is a "dis
position on the part of scientists
to see that their own proper fields
must be guided by principles of
moral law, that is of great reas
surance to me."
The monsignor said he would
"like to think that the bomb
will bring the world closer to
peace by calling man's attention
to moral problems which many
scientists ignored in the past.
He said that despite the threat
of nuclear weapons "I think this is
the greatest time in the history of
the world The challenge is
greater, but better men for better
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Things are hummin' down at Camp St. Joseph these days even
before the camping season opens on June 13. Father Richard Dodd,
diocesan director of Camps, is supervising the dozen or so boys who
have volunteered their services in helping to ready St. Joseph for
the first swarm of eager campers. The picture above shows John
Herold, left, Joe Martin, center, and Jim Lape, all of St. Mary Mag
dalene parish, putting the finishing touches on the camp sign.
‘Secularism’ Is Deadly
Type Of Brainwashing
CINCINNATI (NC) The “anesthetic of secularism’’
which changes many mentally, morally and spiritually is an
“older and more subtle form of brainwashing’’ than the one
employed today by communists, Francis I. Nally, retiring pre
sident of the National Council of Catholic Men, declared here.
In an address to the Ohio State
Knights of Columbus convention,
Mr. Nally, who is managing editor
of The Catholic Chronicle, Toledo
diocese newspaper, said: ‘’Nothing
less than brainwashing could make
a Catholic believe that his religion
is as personal as bis toothbrush—
that his Catholic religion is a nar
row, individualistic, private con
cern of his own, and nothing more.
Only a brainwashed Catholic would
believe, as secularists believe, that
the Church and her spokesmen and
agencies have no right or reason to
discuss problems of the day.”
He said one result of the sec
ularist brainwashing has been
"to sap intelligent, constructive
interest and effort in support of
campaigns for wholesome news
stands and wholesome public en
tertainment in the form of mov
ie, radio and TV programs."
He said some newspapers and
magazines “as a matter of policy
violate our Christian standards."
He added: “We suffer it in silence.
Our washed brains tell us: ‘Times
have changed and human nature
changes as well. What once was
sinful is no longer sinful. What
once were occasions of sin are
such no longer.’’
Mr. Nally deplored that brain
washed Catholics “offer no resist
ance” but instead “they trail in the
wake of, and soon catch up with,
the diabolicals and the neutrals or
secularists.” He said that secul
arism had the world “not simply
in disorder but upside down.” He
called profit the “one motive of
the pagans, the materialists, the
agnostics, the skeptics, the secul
The Ohio K. of C. voted to join
the growing campaign for more
reverent observance of Sunday.
They agreed to support the cam
paign inaugurated by the Third
Order of St. Francis against shop
ping on Sundays.
The convention, warmly endors
ing the national K. of C. advertis
ing campaign on the truths of the
Catholic Church, adopted a resolu
tion urging that it be extended into
publications which reach the rural
areas of the nation.
Larry Rogers of Warren, 0., was
elected State Deputy.
Cincinnati’s Archbishop Karl J.
Alter praised the Knights for their
effective advertising campaign car
ried on through leading secular
newspapers and magazines and
urged the Knights to be “motivated
by a sincere and honest desire to
share with others the blessing of
your Catholic faith.”
Failed To Hinder
BUI-CHU, Vietnam (NC)
Despite the war and the approach
of communist troops, Marian Year
devotions in this vicariate continue
to be attended by large crowds of
Selected as the vicariate s pil
grimage center by Bishop Pierre
Pham-ngoc-( hi. Vicar Apostolic of
Bui-chu. is the Church of the Im
maculate Conception at nearby
Phu-nhai. This church was erected
in fulfillment of a vow' made by
Blessed Berio Church by Vinh, O.P.,
in 1858 at the time of the persecu
tion of the Emperor Tu-Duc.
Since the beginning of the year
large crowds of pilgrims have come
there, many from*considerable dis
tances, to pray that their country
may emerge safe and sound from
the threat of communism.
In Bui-chu weekly services in
honor of Our Lady are conducted
each Saturday by Bishop Pham
ngoc-Chi at a replica of the Lourdes
grotto, while special Marian altars
have been set up in each church
of the vicariate.
Organization Of ‘White Collar’
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.—(NC)—
I^abor unions were urged to work
“patiently and with great confi
dence” at organizing other work
ers—particularly “white collar”
workers—in a convention address
by Msgr. George G. Higgins.
The assistant director of the So
cial Action Department, N.C.W.C.,
and Catholic Times columnist, said
that “white-collar” workers are
“badly in need of trade unionism.”
He told members of the Retail,
Wholesale and Department Store
Union, meeting in convention here,
that “the basic solution to the
peculiar economic problems of this
(“white-collar”) group is organiza
tion into bona fide trade unions of
their own choosing.”’
He emphasized that workers’ or
ganizations not only benefit the
group involved but are “a means
toward arriving at the common
good of society.”
He said “anyone who prejudices
the ‘white-collar’ worker against
trade unionism is doing him a last
Msgr. Higgins told the conven
tion that “the Catholic clergy of
the United States are deeply inter
ested not only in the spiritual wel
fare of the workingmen and wom
en of America but in their
social and economic progress as
"We are concerned about the lat
ter because of its connection with
To Continue Work
Four seniors at the College of
St. Mary of the Springs will con
tinue their education next year on
graduate scholarships based on
their college record.
Miss Mary Jo Albright, Parkers
burg, W. Va., will major psy
chology at Fordham University
with a view to becoming a psychi
atric social worker. Her scholar
ship carries a twelve hundred dol
lar stipend. Miss Albright also won
a scholarship in sociology at Catho
lic University with a stipend of
eight hundred dollars.
Miss Patricia Kern, 1333 Lin
wood Ave., Columbus, will attend
Catholic Univeristy where she has
been given an assistantship in the
speech and drama department.
Miss Mary Jane Taylor, Geneva,
O., has amassed three scholarships.
Next fall she will major in history
at Georgetown University. Her
scholarship carries full remission
of tuition and a thousand dollar
stipend. She has also been offered
a scholarship in library science at
Rosary College, Chicago, and a gen
eral scholarship at Catholic Uni
Miss Josephine Vande Kerkhoff,
184 E. Patterson, Columbus, was
awarded by vote of the faculty and
administration a graduate scholar
ship in music at Ohio State Univer
No Hope Held
For Revolt Of
WASHINGTON (NC) Lib
eration of Red-controlled countries
in Europe will never come without
help from abroad, a Hungarian
Jesuit priest said here.
"A revolt from inside could nev
er be successful, chiefly because
you cannot fight the Red army with
pocket knives," Father Francis E.
Toth, S.J., of Georgetown Univer
sity, said in an article for Catholic
Explaining why Hungary, a Cath
olic country, fell to the Reds. Fa
ther Joth said the answer was
clear: “Red guns in Red hands no
guns in crippled Hungarian hands.”
Father Toth said that, accord
ing to reports by refugees, 97
per cent of the Hungarian people
"are bitterly hostile to the com
munist ideology" but are help
less to take action against it.
He said that a free election held
in 1945 showed 16 per cent of the
Hungarians supporting the Reds,
but that since that time the great
majority of the people now oppose
"Surprising as it may appear to
some,” he said, “there are few’er
communists in the post-war Iron
Curtain countries than in any free
country, including England or pros
"Compact, silent masses go to
daily Communion in unprece
dented numbers," Father Toth
said. He warned, however, that
"in another ten years the picture
may be very different" because
of a new generation growing up
with no memory of "faith or true
Father Toth, now 33, escaped
from communist imprisonment in
1941. He was ordained in Rome
in 1951 and is now teaching at
Georgetown University in the U.S.
The only time a person is over
paid it turns out to be a clerical
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the former and we wish to as
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possible to cooperate with your
organization and with all of the
other organizations within the
American economy which are in
terested in establishing a more
just and a more perfectly human
social order-a social order in
which the dignity of every one of
God’s children, regardless of race,
creed or color, will be scrupulous
ly honored and respected and in
which the good things of God s
earth will be equitably distributed
according to the standard- of so
cial justice.” Msgr. Higgins said.
H« warned that "many of the
besic dislocations and maladjust
ments which combined to ciuw
the great depression in the first
place are still present within the
American economic system and
still have to be corrected."
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Fresh Dressed Poultry and Eggs
217 N. Prospect St. Ph. 2-9520
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415 W. Center St.
Lincoln-Mercury Co. Inc.
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By this time you may have heard
that a new weekly sport magazine
is going to hit the stands the sec
ond week in August It is going to
be published by the publishers of
TIME, and it ought to be a great
contribution to those who keep
up with sports. They have not pick
ed a name yet. but I wouldn’t be
surprised to see it called Record.
Tape, Stands, or Spectator. It will
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Friday, June 4, 1954
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