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Take Place Thia Fall VATICAN CITS' (Radin. NO There is still hope that the beet) float ion of three servant* of God onginally scheduled for the spring may take place this fall, accord ing to a competent prelate here. The beatifications were post pen ed indefinitely when the Pontiff took ill earlier this year. Scheduled for beatification were Placido Riccardi (1R441915). a Benedictine Mana Assunta Pallota (1878-1905), a Franciscan Mission ary of Mary who died in China, and Martino Moye. RUG Statng makes ruga they were wheat eew BINDING REPAIRING LAYING MERGING SEWING guaranteed MOTHPROOFING RAINS 5K Cbo. St GA 8325 COCUMtVt. OHIO 351 S. Columbus Lancaster Phene 309 Charlie Macioci & Sons Selected Fruit end Produce Warehouse— Cor. Fair and Harrison Phono 1797 Lancaster "Wi are a* near aa your telephone” DEAN 4 BARRY FAINT IMPERIAL WALLPAPER The Fairfield Paint 4 Oil Co, Phone 4700 Lancaster Staten Distributing Co. Ourtnbntor For BLAT2 BAVARIAN BVDBPOHL TS* J«ff«r*«n Phow. 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Bread Th* letter state* that th* In dian government has not veered from its policy of ‘full religious tolerance.” It insists that the ques tion of foreign missionaries comes before the government “in it* po litical and not its religious aspect.” The letter states that some mis sionaries India’s northeast fron tier had “not only participated political activities but had *ncour aged tribal people of these areas to start movements against the gov ernment of India.” “Another aspect of this ques tion”, the letter says, “was that some missionaries from abroad had a tendency to run down India and Indian culture ... we therefore had to be careful about their activi ties in those areas.. “The third approach to this ques. tion was that as far as possible the Indian churches should be inde pendent That did not mean they should not hav* helper* from abroad We have in India the Syrian Church which has been he.re for 1.800 years and more. 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Soon after the Premier’s statements in parliament some Chris tian deputies discussed the missionary question with Mr. Nehru and obtained his perm is sion for release of the. letter. 300 years, chiefly in th* south, and w« have had various churches of the Protestant persuasion for the last 100 or 150 years. These periods are long enough to build up an indigenous church which need not rely too- much on external assist ance “Non* of these considerations had anything to de with any limi tation of full religious tolerance. Humanitarian and educational work is always welcome and though we may net be enthuaias tic about purely evangelical work, we do not wish to com* in it* way. But when this evangelical work gets associated with some form of condemnation of Indian culture then it create* conflict end difficulty and is resented by many people. “It is for this reason that w* hav* been a little cautious so as to avoid internal friction between mission ary’ activity conducted by foreign missionaries and th* nationalist urge that has moved many of our people. The old idea of mission aries going to backward countries to convert the heathens, who were supposed to be primitive and very backward people, obviously has lit tle application in the India of to day. Sometimes, however, that idea persists and comes in th* way of that free and equal exchange of ideas which we would like to en courage. “There are many kinds of foreign missionaries in India and there can be no doubt that very fine work has been done by’ them We would not like to com* in the way of that work. Indeed w* would like to en courage it. Rut among these laige numbers there ar* others who have not been so successful and who have not been able to adapt them selves to the new conditions that exist in India.’ In his statement in Parliament Mr. Nehru stated that the govern Prelates Laud Role Of Jews In U.S. History NEW YORK—(NCy—The contri butions of the Jewish people to th* welfare and advancement, of Amer ica were lauded in a letter from Ardibishop Karl J. Alter, Arch bishop of Cincinnati and chairman of the Administrative Board of th* National Catholic Welfare Confer ence. honoring the 300th annivers ary of the first settlement of Jews in th* U.S. Archbishop Alter said that “so historic and so significant” an event should be marked hot only by the Jewish people "hut by the citizenry of this country generally.” In a letter to the American Jew ish Tercentenary committee. Arch bishop Alter said: “The commemoration will af ford Americans a timely occasion to recall the many contributions of the Jewish people to the welfare of and advancement of our beloved country. It will serve to remind us all of the blessings which w* owe to the founding fathers of our coun try” The religious labors of the J*ws were praised in a letter to Rabbi C. E. Hillel Kauver by Archbishop Ur ban J. Vehr of Denver. Recalling the persecution of Jews abroad. Archbishop Vehr said: “Every religious group must be deeply conscious of the historical role of the Jewish people in pre serving for all mankind the knowl edge of the existence of the one true God and the universal code of divine ethics represented by the Ten Commandments.” Archbishop Vehr said that “Jew ish culture in every field of thought, religion, education, sci ence, art and government has en hanced th* American civilization throughout the centuries.” ment had “restricted” the activi ties of on* foreign mission group in the border area*. H* did not identify th* group. He stated that foreign Christian missionaries had generally done excellent work, but sometimes dif ficult local and social problem* were created by “the excess of for eign members.” Assarting that tha government would not like to see the num ber of fertign missionaries in crease in the country, he added that "large foreign population* are undesirable because they cre ate all kinds of problems and the government of India doe* not want to create problem* for the future as had happened else where in Asia.” According to government fig urea foreign Protestant and Ca tholic missionaries in India total less than 5.000. or less than one in 70.000 of India’s total 350,000 000 population. Marie Dionne akes Veil In Cloister Order QUEBEC, Que—(NO—On Mon day, May’ 24. lust four day’s before her 20th birthday, Marie Dionne Sister Marie Rachel, on* of the fa menus Dionne quintuplets, exchang ed the black habit and xeil of a postulant the Order of Ser' ar’, of the Most Blessed Sacrament the white attire of a novice, Sne then entered upon a two year no vitiate, or probation, preliminary to devoting her life to silence and prayer. Present to witness the taking of th* veil by Sister Mane Rachel was her family, including her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oliva Dionne and her famous sisters. Yvonne, Annette. Cecile and Emilie. The ceremony, held in the new chapel of the order here centered about Mana Dionne and two other young postulants. Religious author) ties and members of the Dionne family were agreed that nothing should be permitted to. detract from the saeredness of the occa sion and that no exception should be sought or allowed for Mane. The two-hour service was w: nessed by 250 persons Most of the day following the ceremony was spent by the young novices with members of their families except for those periods when they had to take part in community prayers and other duties. Head Of Orthodox Church In Greece Prays For Primate ATHENS (NO Prayers for the early’ liberation of Cardinal Mmdszenty, Hungary's imprisoned Primal*, have been voiced by the head of the »dissident) Orthodox Church of Greece, the Archbishop of Athens When visited by a re alative of lhe organization of t..„rd Hun garians. the churchman asked for information regarding the Cardi nal. He expressed his “deep sor row that the Feast of Christ s Re urrection once again find* the heroic Cardinal incarcerated,” voiced fiopes for his early restoia tion to freedom and invoked “di vine comfort upon the Cardinal s tortured flock.” Rene Coty Laud* Prelate PARIS—(NC) His Eminence Georges Cardinal Grente, Arch. Bishop of Te Mans has been made a commander of the French legion of Honor by President Rene Coty of France. The Cardinal was cited for his merits as a pastor and his torian and particularly for his fame as an author. PERPETUAL NOVENA Our Lady of Perpetual Help Every Tuesday 7:30 p.m. St. Christophers Church Grandview It Id* Delaware S: Delaware Milk Co. 27 N. Union Phono 311 I1 .... ...... Flowers by Gibson PhenM MM1—1-4711 Dolawaro Rnbinaon-Haurahan Funeral Directors Cor. Winter 4 Franklin D*lawar* I The Peoples Store Dolawaro IV Springs' Nurses Receive Pins Mt*» Magdalina Weiland, left class of '45 co ordinator of th* Baaic Nursing Program of th* Collage of St. Mary of th* Springs and Head of th* Nursing Department, pins her sister Rosa, '54, who has just completed her professional/ study. Both sister* took their professional training at Mt. Carmel Hospital They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Weiland of Logan, 0. Other senior nursing students who received th*tr pin* last week in eeromoma* at the College chap*) war* Marilyn Benkan, Marie Latchic, Marilyn Ober mayor, Catherine Ann Strebb and Joann Wasmar Priest Recalls Happy Moments In Red Jail HONG KONG (NC) A 55-year-oid. expelled Canal dian missionary his vision gravely impaired after two years in Red China jails recalls that the happiest moment of those tvo years was the one time he could offer Mass. But he still does not know where the mysterious wine and bread came from Io enable him to celebrate Mass while seated on his prison bunk. Father Louis A. Venadam Scar boro missionary, was sitting on his bed in his cell one morning say ing his rosary when he heard some small object fall on the floor near him. The guard heard th* noise too and peeked through the peep hole but passed on. The priest s eyesight was very poor so he couldn’t see what had been dropped into his cell. As soon as it uas safe. Father Venadam groped around th* floor and found a small perfume bottle wTapped in old paper containing a bit of grape wine. A second package had a bit of bread enclosed. Fearing some trick. Father Ven Tito Stops Bishops From Attending Canonization Rites INNSBRUCK, Austria—(Radio, NC) —Five Yugoslav Bishops, including Archbishop Joseph L’jcic of Bel grade and Auxiliary’ Bishop Francis Salis-Seewis of Zagreb, who in tended to go to Rome for th* can onization of Pope Pius X, were refused passports by the Tito government, it was reported her*. His Eminence Aloysius Cardinal Siepmac is reported to have order ed special Masses celebrated throughout his archdiocese on the day of the canonization. At the same time it was report ed that all requests made by Hun garian and Slovak Bishops for per mission io leave their countries to attend the ceremonies had been turned down by the communist gov ernments. Msgr. R. H. Lord, Versailles Adviser To ilson* Dies BOSTON (NC) Solemn Re quiem Mass for Msgr. Robert How ard JjOrd, 68. educator, author and historian, who served as an adviser to President Woodrow Wilson at the Versailles peace conference after World War I, was offered in St. Paul’s Church, where he had been pastor for 10 years. The Monsignor, who resigned as a professor at Harvard University in 1927 to study for th* priesthood, died May 22 St. Elizabeth’s Hos pital here. He observed the 25th anniversary of his ordination last Apr 5. o------------------to Down Twice What with a mess of swimming coming up from now on. be sure that you come up each time you go down swimming. Pleas*, don’t take any chances. It is a clean sport, but it needn’t be your last sport. -------------------o------------------- It Pays To Us* Times Classifieds Wh*r* It y*ur ahar«7 T1»» *mh a*.ck«*k zo* eash bow aceh will »ao keep swr •eH? Will »»n •»*r» or will ret»m a «nall portioti tor aB th* this** »ww'l) want th* O»«»rwT *v •e with all tbs uwntbb bill* anti eblir*r»on» part at U»*t ea»eb*eh b«jon«« »e yaw Stan saving roar »h»r* aow At Bneksv*. »«e an»f th* sddsrf at lasymd ***tBg* HCKHI FIKHl adam waited three days to see whether he might be questioned about the Mass materials. Since nothing was said, he got out a clean shirt to sene as an altar cloth and sal on his bed as was hi« cus tom for breakfast. Then, for the first and only urn* during the 22 months of his impn* onment, he had th* happiness of offering Mass. Before his arrest Father Ven adam was rector of the cathedral in Lisbui. Chekiang. He was ar rested July 8 1952. and imprison ed in the local jail for six months. He was questioned for one or two hours nightly and kept in a room by himself the rest of th* time. On January 2. 1953. he was trans ferred to the Hangchow provincial tail where one* again he was in solitary- confinement. Four times he was forced tn writ* out a confession, but none of them pleased th* communists. Finally on May 14 he had io make a summary of his confessions and sign it. On May 15. when he was expelled, his crimes were read out and h« condemned to banishment. A natne of Nova Scotia. Falher Venadam prepared for the priest hood at the Scarboro seminary there and was ordained in 1930. He went to China in 1931. He has just been assured by a Hong Kong specialist that th* part ial loss of his eye sight is a tem porary- illness that will pass with better food and medical treatment Of Reds Red Following Boner In Paper SVDNEY. Australia—(NO—Aus tralian Reds hav* very red faces following a boner perpetrated by The Tribune, Sydney communist weekly. On the eve of the opening of th* Petrov inquiry at (anberra. the Tribune published an article which detailed an ’interview'’ between a group of top level Australian journalists and Mr. and Mrs. Vlad imir Mikailovich Petrov. Th* article described how th* journalists left Sydney by plane under secret police guard, for an unknown destination. When the plane landed, th* ar ticle continued, they were obliged select then questions from an officially prepared list, were not allowed to elucidate Petrovs re plies. and had to submit to an ar rangement by which all Petrov s an swers were censored before publi cation. The weakness in the Tribune ar ticle was that the press confer ence was cancelled because it was decided that any statement by the Petrovs would possibly be in con tempt of the Royal Commission The Red press dropped th* mat ter like a hot potato in later issues —but their faces are still red. -cvw r-ss-yr FAMOUS FOR ilMMAN i'' ........................ Supreme Cxmrt Rules On Six Rare Ban Suits WASHINGTON -(NO In fur tber action a week after the his tone anti-segregation decision th* U S. Supreme Court acted on six mor* segregation cases- involving two state universities, a Stat* jun ior college, a city owned amphithe ater municipal golf courses, and public low rent housing projects. In th* housing (San Franciscoi, golf ^Houston. Tex and junior col lege (Wichita Falls. Tex.) cases, the court refused to rev leu low er court decision that would admit Negroes to th* facilities in question. In the other three cases—involving the I niversity of Florida, I/xiisiana Stat* University, and an amphithe ter owned by the city of Louis ville. Ky.—the court directed low *r courts to reconsider earlier de cisions in the light of “conditions that now prevail” in the three areas. Mi The L.S.U. ease came to the Su preme Court over a procedural law question th* other two involved ap peal* against lower court refusals to order Negroes admitted. Be lxyal To Our Advertisers ESI ABL1SHED IN 1890 THE CATHOUC 1352 W. FIFTH AVE. 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