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MEXICO CITY (NC) The
Church in Guatemala which was
deprived of many civil liberties
under military dictatorships in
the past, has not been seriously
affected by the recent suspension
of civil liberties by the commun
ist-controlled Guatemalan govern
However, reliable observers in
this capital are afraid that if vio
lence and persecution in the
country spreads, the situation of
the Church there will become
much worse. But legally speak
ing, the Church was as badly off
before the suspension of civil lib
erties as she is now.
The Church has no legal status,
and can own no property of her
own. The entry of foreign priests
who could relieve the scarcity of
native priests is limited. Priests
are forbidden to take part in labor
unions or other social fields.
Catholics a Target
Among the chief targets of
propaganda by the Communist par
ty (which paradoxically is prohib
ited by the National Constitution)
are the Catholic hierarchy and Ca
tholic institutions. The fact that
there are communist* in many gov
ernment posts makes it possible for
the party to intensify its efforts
against the Church, though the
communists have yet to attack the
Meanwhile the parishes are
shouldering a heavy burden of re
lief to hundreds of families who
are unemployed or are Otherwise
suffering from political terrorism
because they are opposed to com
Church Grows In Africa
DETROIT—(NC) The Church in
Africa has increased from one mil
lion to 15 million Catholics in less
than 100 years, Msgr. Luigi G.
Ligutti said here in a summary of
findings after a four-month tour
of Africa The executive director
of the National Catholic Rural Life
Conferences said that American
support of the missions has done
much to make that progress pos
Pull instructions toduded.
1169 COOKE RD.
St. Catharine Holy Name Officers Installed
The newly-elected officers of St. Catherine parish Holy Name Society were installed in brief, sol
emn ceremonies during the 7:30 Mass Sunday when Monsignor Robert Coburn, pastor, charged each of
the officers with his official duties. Obtaining the promise from each officer to "fulfill all the duties
of his office conscientiously so that this Society may prosper and through it the Most Holy Name
of Jesus may be loved and honored," Monsignor Coburn asked God's blessings on their work and "His
reward on the sacrifices which you will make for this sacred cause." Pictured above during the cere
mony are Monsignor Coburn end the new officers. Left to right are William J. Tritschler, treasurer
Thomas J. Caito, secretary Harry A. Daugherty, Jr., vice-president, and Doctor Harry G. Geyer,
East Side knights
The new east side Knights of Co
lumbus Council, No. 3864, moves
along another step this Sunday af
ternoon when the second and third
degrees will be exemplified before
some 80 candidates at the Santa
Maria Council clubrooms, -25964
W. Broad St. Fifteen members of
the Santa Maria Council will be
initiated at the same time.
Council 3864's Charter Class has
been named after Father Robert W.
Harwick, pastor of Holy Spirit
Church, who was instrumental in
establishing a council for Catho
lic men in the eastern parishes of
Prior to the ceremonies, the can
didates. along with transfer and re
instated members, will receive
Communion in a body at the 10
o'clock Mass at St. Aloysius Church
and attend a Communion Break
fast in the school hall afterwards.
Members of the St. Aloysius Altai
Society w ill prepare and serve
As district deputy. Paul J. Lynch
has supervised rhe organization nt
Council 3864. along with YY'i’ffiraffl
Santry, temporary chairman, and
Eugene Walcutt. temporary finan
cial chairman. Since the first meet
ing on Apr. 8. membership has
grown to over 100.
For Sister Antonia
A Solemn Requiem Mass was of
fered June 9 in the convent chap
el of St. Mary of the Springs for
Sister M. Antonia Healy OP, who
died at the St. George Hospital.
Cincinnati, on June 6. following a
Father J. S. OConnel. O.P., of
Youngstown. 0 a relative of Sister
Antonias family, was the cele
brant Father J. J. Malloy. O.P..
of New York was deacon and Fa
ther Urban Nagle. O.P.. chaplain
of St. Mary s, was subdeacon. Oth
er clergy present included Fathers
W. G. Moran, O.P., New Haven.
Conn. J. J. Butler, O.P.. Cleve
land. N.Y. C. B. Morrison. O.P.,
Providence. R.I.. and Pierre H. Con
way. O.P.. St. Joseph. Somerset.
Sister Antonia was born in Coun
ty Kerry. Ireland. 1880. She enter
ed the novitiate at St. Mary of the
Springs on Decembei 8. 1903 and
was professed on July 10, 1905.
For many years. Sister Antonia
taught in Ohio schools, including
Holy Trinity. Somerset, and Holy
Name and St. Peter. Steubenville.
greater part of her religious
however, was spent in the
where she taught at St. Vin-
Ferrer and Annunciation,
St. Andrew. Flushing St.
Mark, Sheepshead Bay, and St.
Mary, New Haven, Conn.
Survivors include her sister. Sis
ter M. Clementine, O.P., prioress
of Dominican Academy, New York
City a sister-in-law, Mrs Timothy
Healy, and two nieces, all of Neu
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Charles J. Hoppenyan. 5501 Em
erson Rd.. Worthington, will be in
stalled as Grand Knight of Assump
tion Council No. 3727 of the
Knights of olumbus. in ceremon
ies to be held in the Council head
quarters in Our Lady of Peace
School, on Wednesday evening.
July 14. Other officers to be in
stalled on that date are William
B. Gale. 601 Blenheim Rd Dep
uty Grand Knight: Larry Kendall,
1118 Sharon Spring Dr., Worth
ington Chancellor James L. Fav
ret, 493 Arden Rd., Warden Ar
thur J. Prendergast, Jr.. 2555 Med
ary Ave.. Advocate John P. Dor
sey. Jr., 553 N. Selby Blvd., Colon
ial Hills. Recorder Jerry J. Ang
lim. 574 Park Blvd Colonial Hills,
Inside Guard Thomas J. O Rourke.
2002 E. ooke Rd Outside Guard,
and John E. Hiser, 280 Oakland
Park Ave.. Trustee.
F.d Doyle, of 311 Oakland Park
Ave and Bob Ferris, of 383 Oak
land Park ave., were awarded schol
arships to Operation Youth, being
held at. Xavier University., Cincin
nati, from June 12 to 19. Ed, 16, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund D.
Doyle, is a junior at Aquinas High
School. Bob, 16. the son of Mr. and
Mrs Robert P. Ferris is a junior
at St. Charles High School. The
two scholarships were awarded by
Asumption Council a« part of its
■Y outh Activities Program.
Santa Maria Council, which
given the new group its full
operation, opened its clubrooms on
June 8 for the first degree rites,
and again last Tuesday for similar
ceremonies for newcomers to both
Santa Maria and Council 3864. At
a meeting Wednesday, officers of
the new council were to be elected
and installed, and discussion was to
start on a name for the council.
NEWARK- Vince Donohoe will
be installed as Grand Knight of
Newark Council No. 721. Knights
of Columbus, at the first July meet
ing by Neil Ward. District Grand
Other newly elected officers in
clude Tony Campanelli. Deputy
Grand Knight Frank Tyler, Jr
Reebrder Mike Massaro Chancel
lor Norbert Rubeck, Advocate: E.
Paul Gonus. Treasurer Joseph An
narino. Warden: John Kane. Out
side Guard: Bernard Paluszak In
side Guard and Robert Vogel
DENNISON—Charles Hren has
been re-elected to his fifth term as
Grand Knight of the Knights of Co
lumbus Council No. 576 in Den
nison The other council posts went
to Delmo Bosio, Deputy Grand
Knight Father Hugh Gilbert,
Chaplain John Aldergate. Chancel
lor John Scanlon. Recorder: Joe
Martini, Financial Secretary John
Martini, Treasurer: William Chini,
Lecturer Joseph R. Caputo, Advo
cate John Oliver. Warden: Tony
Visentainer, Inside Guard M.
Fondriest. Outside Guard, and Jos
eph Berni, Trustee.
NEW LEXINGTON Members
of MaCahan Council. Knights of
Columbus, have elected Joe Fiore
Grand Knight for the coming year.
Installation ceremonies for Fiore
and these other new officers will
be held next month: John Titko,
Deputy Grand Knight Joseph C.
Allen. Chancellor Robert M.
Strode. Advocate: Dan Smith Treas
uref John DeCaro Warden James
B. Smith, trustee Robert Cable.
Outside Guard Paul Doughty. In
side Guard: C. A. McCorry, Finan
Second and third degrees were
exemplified for 28 members from
New Lexington, Crooksville and
Newark on June 6, by Knights from
Lexington and Columbus.
Clarke Finneran. 211 S. Eu
Ave., has been elected grand
knight of Santa Maria Council
2898 Knights of Columbus.
Other newly elected council of
ficers include Joseph E. Ducey.
deputy grand knight John J. Mc
Andrews. chancellor Dr. Fred T.
Balthaser, recorder: Robert M.
Laird. Jr., treasurer John B. Hen
nessey. advocate Jack K. Schleup.
warder: Gerry Metzger, inside
guard Thomas D. O'Brien outside
guard, and Joseph Gregory, trus
There's A Store
In Your Neighborhood
A Congressmans Warnings
Member of a special House com
mittee studying communist tactics
Mr. Madden declared: "We know
now that the Kremlin has succeed
ed in making Guatemala a com
munist beachhead in the Americas.
We know that much of Latin Amer
ica is deeply infiltrated Red agents
are fomenting strikes, plotting rev
olutions and planting the heeds of
bitterness within the shadow of the
Panama Canal and but a few hun
dred miles from our own borders
The legislators warned that if
the communist campaign in Lat
in America succeed* as it has in
Europe and Asia, "it will be but
a short time urvtil the United
States will be an island in a sea
of world communism."
With members of the special
committee, Mr Madden will go to
London and Germany where addi
tional hearings will be held on the
Soviet conquest of the Baltic and
eastern European nations. He said
that the identical pattern is now
being used by the communist lead
ers in Guatemala that was used
ten year* ago in Europe
Truth Is a Weapon
Mr. Madden said that "one of
the mistakes of omissions that our
government has made in the past
is that we woefully neglected to
use effectively our main weapon
against the spread of communism.
He described this weapon as "a
Mav Thev Rest
WALSH, Mary E. Chillicothe,
June 10. St. Mary’s Church. Surviv
ors several nieces and nephews.
ware. June 12,
and one niece.
James V., Deia
St. Mary's Church,
brother, one sister.
FERNANDEZ Fred, 13, 556 Jef
ferson Ave., Columbus. June 10, St.
Patrick Church. Survivors, his par
ents, two brothers, and three sis
HAYSLIP. Milton. 76, 270 E.
Welch Ave Columbus June 10. St.
Mary Church. Urbana. Survivors
two daughters, one sister and three
SCHWARTZ Aloysius J., 878 Mo
haw St., Columbus June 12, St.
Mary Church. Survivors: two sis
ters, two brothers, and several
nieces and nephews.
CIPRIANI Mrs. Vmcenza, 75,
1513 Genessee Ave., Columbus,
June 14, St. Christopher Church
Survivors: one son, four daughters,
twelve grandchildren and two
COOPER Harold A.. 54 Chilli
cothe, June 11, St. Mary s Church
Survivors: his wife, Bertha one
brother and a sister.
BENEDICT, Bessie M., 66 Zanes
ville. June 12. St. Nicholas Church.
Survivors: her husband, John, one
brother and several nieces and
JACKSON, Grace L., 41, New
Boston, June 12, St. Monicas
Church. Survivors: her husband
FLAHERTY. Thomas T, Chilli
cothe. June 7, St. Man s Church.
HOY, Emma. 80 Dover, June
7, St. Mary’s Church, Lorain. Sur
vivors: her husband, Frank, three
daughters and two sons.
LOVEBERRY, Lydia G., 86 1555
Dell Ave., Columbus, June 9, St.
Peter s Church. Survivors three
daughters, two grandsons, and
LANZA. Pietro. 79 1640 S. High
St., Columbus. June 9 St John the
Baptist Church. Survivors: one
daughter, five grandchildren and
BAS1STA, John 49 425 Central
Ave., Columbus. June 9. St. .Aloy
sius Church. Survivors: his wife.
Flora, one brother and two sisters.
STORY. Margaret 236 N.
Remington Rd. Columbus. June
10. Christ the King Church. Surviv
ors: her husband. George, two sons,
one daughter and two sisters.
O’ROURKE, Dorothy F., 47 2599
Wexford Rd., Columbus. June 14,
St. Agatha Church. Survivors: her
husband. Edward, one son. one
daughter, one brother and five sis
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Friday, Jun* 18, 1954 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—3
Red Campaign Of Aggression
In Latin America Progresses
WASHINGTON (NCi A firmly established base in Guatemala is the latest strategy
in the Kremlin s “campaign of aggression” in Latin-America, Rep. Ray J. Madden of Indiana,
declared in an address on the floor of the House of Representatives.
He estimated that there are some 200,000 communists in Latin America. He said that
Red leaders in Guatemala and other Latin American countries now are being sent to Moscow
for extended periods to be educated and indoctrinated in the communist pattern of infiltra
tion and peaceful aggression in free countries.
ell-organized progr-im of sending
to the people of the free countries
including our neighbor nations to
the south the true facts of the
world communist conspiracy the
tyranny and slavery that exists in
communist-controlled countries and
the methods used by the Kremlin
to peacefully infiltrate tree nations
in order to rob these nations of
Americans have the erroneous
impression Mr. Madden Mid that
the people of »uch countries as
Italy Fiance and the Latin
American nations are familiar with
the tyranny of the Kremlin and
"the criminal minds of it- lead
ers. He said that millions in free
nations throughout the world have
no knowledge of the methods em
ployed by communists in subjugat
Mr. Madden said he will ask
the Secretary of State to have
pamphlets printed and distributed
disclosing the communist methods
He said that by this plan "we will
do more to curb the Kremlin s
criminal progress than the futile
effort of spending time and money
trying to sign treaties with Malen
kov. Molotov and Vishinsky.
"History may some day record,”
Mr. Madden cautioned "that while
the United States was trying to ex
pand its resources and energies
Asia and other parts of the globe,
we may find ourselves isolated in
our hemisphere by communist sat
ellites to the south.”
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