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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, August 27, 1954 OPEN 9a w to 9p c. n’»"\ Eurnituri ZAPP«JANCEe 5 television kottaau^^ V ef iEg 649 W. Broad At Sandusky CA 1-8460 RCA TELEVlSldh PHILCO CA. 250R AHawysr Shell Service •reatest Gasoline Dev* tegmen In 31 Yoor* Teel the Difference tn One Tankful see Ovawrill* M. at Naehtngham FRITZ'S CARRY OUT BEER AND WINE 2P7 E. Mmh It. Newark, O. Ph 64691 hum wit* ROE EMERSON EGAN Funeral Home Ambulance Service Phone FA 3 5801 132 W. Church Newark CEMENT. BRICK AND BUILDING MATERIA LI S. G. (TEDO) LOEWENDICK & SONS L1NNV1LLE ROAD PHONE AIM Infants" Children's Women's Clothing The Burch Bitt Shop IS K. Park Plata Phen* 31 FRENIER SHEET METAL SHOP SHEET METAL WORK ALL KINDb FURNACE* SPOUTING ROOFING Cor. E. 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Others attending the opening were the Bishops of San Sebastian, Cordoba and Victoria Maw CommemorBtei 1944 Warsaw Uprising Izmdon (NC)—Mass was of fered here and in many cities throughout the free world for the 40.000 men. women and children who were killed or injured during the Warsaw uprising 1944 Dependable and Courteous Funeral Service For 95 Years Phone CApital 1-6665 CONNECTIONS IN ALL CITIES CALL ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT MM HR gEGAN-RYAN RfWtMR U N I I A I I 0 I S DOLANS Clothing A Shows 59 S. 3rd St. Newark, O Newark Feed Store 8. Sth Phen* 4*M Newark, 0. Tke Park National Bank BORDEN'S Dairy A Ice Cream Ca. Phone 4053 Ted's Jewelry Newark 57 5. Third St. Phene 49242 FLORIANS MARKET QUALITY' FOODS Fresh and Smoked Meat 461 Wehrl* Av*. Phon* 32464 Newark, O. Swanks Market Ft»n* 12151 45 •ranvill* Newark GRANVILLE MILLING CO. Good feeds, seeds, coal, fence All kinds farm supplies Grinding services. 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Archbishop Fernandes, whose See includes the national capital area of New Delhi, was the first Indian Bishop to make a public statement on the touchy dispute between India and Portugal over Goa India desires the merger of Goa and other Portuguese posses sions on the India subcontinent with India. Portugal is determined to keep those areas Portuguese. Archbishop Fernandes’ state ment was quickly followed by one from Valerian Cardinal Gracias, top-ranking Indian Catholic church man and India’s only representa tive in the College of Cardinals. The Cardinal-Archbishop of Bom bay also stressed that there is no basis for fear about Goa’s Catho lic shrines in the event of merger with India. Archbishop Fernandes declar ed: "A* the Indian constitution For Advertising Rates Writ*: AD DEPT. CATHOLIC TIMES P. O. BOX 636 COLUMBUS, OHIO BUYERS' NEWARK GUIDE CLASSIFIED SECTION Schlitz. Burger. 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The President said. “State cen sorship laws that impose a prior restraint on the showing of motion pictures have been round by the United States Supreme Court to be in violation of the right of freedom of expression guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.” He supported a veto of the cen sorship bill by Guam’s governor, stating: “I concur in your view that Bill No. 117. if approved, would similarly be in violation of the Constitution.” The Vicariate newspaper, Uma tuna Si Yuus, said that, while the President's action is binding and the Presidential support of the ve to “ends the question here at this time,’’ the validity of the Presi dent’s argument leaves room for serious doubt. The newspaper cited current cases in th* U.S. where state* and communities have reinforced their censorship laws as a result of recent Supreme Court movie decisions. An Ohio court declar ed this month that th* Supreme Court movie decision* in no way nullified the power of state* to use "prior restraint under prop er criteria and standards." In rejecting the censorship bill, President Eisenhower said he fa vored an “alternative proposal” made by the Guam Governor which would allow films to be halted by police action after they had been shown publicly. -........ 0 Reds Regard Missionaries As Deadly Foe MADRAS, India (NC) The purpose behind a recent editorial in Pravda lauding the current anti foreign missionary movement in India has been examined by The New leader. Catholic paper here. T-he Moscow Communist news paper. according to a report pub lished here, rejoiced over the anti missionary movement and congrat ulated the Indian government on its awareness of “this form of western imperialism.'’ The Red pa pei drew a lurid picture of a swarm of American and other for eign missionaries allegedly threat ening the freedom and indepen dence of India. The Ne^ leader saw the Pravda editorial as a natural reaction to tlje reduction of missionary work, a firm bulwark against possible stiengthening of communist influ ence in India. The paper said that communists stand to benefit most from such a reduction of mission work. For missionaries, apart from the work of conversion, are propagandists against communists, the Catholic paper declared It added that this is the reason why communists wage war against Christian mis sionaries wherever they are to be found. The New leader said: “The spread of Christianity, especially of Catholicism, in any country on which it has cast longing looks, is gall and wormwood to commun ism. Hence we can understand Pravda s opposition to the coming of missionaries to India and the spread of Christianity among its people. “Such a spread of Christianity would disarrange the plans that communism has for the conquest of India." o---------------- Religious Establish Conferences In Auslralia-N.Z. NORTH SYDNEY. Australia (NC) A permanent Conference of Religious has been established in Australia and New Zealand, it has been announced. The conference was set up at a Congress of Religious attended by the provincials of all clerical con gregations Australia and New Zealand. Spain and Colombia had pre viously established similar nation al conferences on a permanent bas is The third such conference is believed to be that formed for Australia. New Zealand and Ocean, ia. loiter. Canada became the fourth nation to form such a conference FAMOUS FO«- A California reader has asked roe to tell her what is my favorite prayer. There is only one possible an swer. My favorite prayer is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. But there is this point to be noted at the beginning: the important ques tion is not what is my favorite prayer. It matters lit tle or nothing which prayer pleases me. The purpose of prayer is not to please me or any other human being. The purpose of prayer is to please God. If we want to know’ what is the best prayer, we should not ask men. We should ask Gori. God has made it abundantly and overwhelmingly clear that the greatest possible prayer is the Mass. The Mass, therefore, is my favor ite prayer but not because it pleases me. The Mass is my favorite because it is the only prayer that is infi nitely and totally worthy of God, and infinitely and totally pleasing to God. God alone is infinitely and total ly worthy of God. God alone is infinitely and totally pleasing to God. The Mass is God offering Him self to Himself. The Mass is God Himself pleading with God, for men and with men New Red Line Aims At Youth Of W. Europe BERLIN —(NC)— The com munists have been trying out a new method of reaching and indoctrinating children even in Western Europe. Eleven hundred children of Polish parents who settled in France, Belgium and Holland arrived recently by boat at the port of Gdynia in Poland to spend free vacations in that Red ruled country. Report* from Warsaw which reached West Berlin said th* Fetish authorities have been do ing everything possible to im press upon th* Polish children from the "capitalistic countries" the notion that life in the "peo ple's democratic" Poland is su perior to that in their "decadent" homelands. The best available food has been offered the young Polish vacation ers in a deliberate effort to cre ate dissatisfaction in their minds over conditions at home. The idea is to create a gulf between the chil dren and their mainly anti-com munist parents. Many of these parents agreed to their children going to Poland on ly because they themselves were not able to send the youngsters anywhere for a vacation. The Polish children from the West are not only being instilled with the idea that Poland is 'a paradise on earth.” but are being subjected to a systematic commun ist indoctrination. The spedal rec reation and amusement programs designed for them have all been prepared to convince them that a communist state takes the best care of its young people. ---------------0.. —.... ...... Pa in phi p| On UN Issued WASHINGTON (NC) -A Cath olic viewpoint on the United Na tions. what the UN has done since 1945, and what it could and should do in the future is covered a new 64-page pamphlet just publish ed hy the Catholic Association for International Peace here Malta Knights Plan Meet ROME—(Radio, NC)—An inter national assembly of Knights of Malta will be hjd here October 5 to 8 as a gesture of collective hon or to the Blessed Virgin during the Marian year, it has heen announced Since 1890 First Mortgage Loens Insured Savings Safe Deposit Boxes Waiter C. Krupp, Pres As Matters Stand------------- Joe Breig Says. How Shall We Prav? Human language cannot possibly bear the burden of fully express ing the Mas,*. The human mind cannot possibly encompass the in finite excellence of the Mass. The Mass is a great mystery. But we can make some approach to under standing it, and appreciating it. Jesus Christ was a man. He had a complete human nature—a human body, human soul, and hu man intellect and will. Jesus Christ also was—and is— God. His nature was human, His person was divine. Joe Breig is a human person with a human nature. Joe Breig is a man and nothing more. Jesus Christ is a divine person with a human nature. His human nature belonged to God the Son— the Second Person of the Holy Trinity. Jesus Christ was crucified and died for the redemption and sal vation of His fellowmen What happened on Calvary was this: God the Son. in His human nature, of fered Himself in supreme sacrifice to God the Father for us. That sacrifice was infinitely worthy of God, infinitely pleasing to God. It was the prayer of pray ers. the supreme prayer. God in carnate offered the perfect prayer for us. Previous to that sacrifice. Jesus Christ had offered the first Mass when, at the Last Supper. He gave Himself to His Apostles under the appearance of bread and wine to be food and drink for their souls— spiritual nourishment for their salvation. And He commanded them: “This do in commemoration of Me.” The Mass on our altars today is the same Mass offered by Christ at the Last Supper. The Mass on our altars today is the same Sacrifice offered by Christ, the Incarnate God on Cal vary. It is the same Sacrifice, with one difference. The difference is the difference between the Last Supper and the Crucifixion. The Crucifixion w as Christ sac rificing Himself in a bloody man ner for fls. The Mass is Christ of fering Himself in an unbloody manner, under the appearance of bread and wine, as He offered Himself at the Last Supper for men. The Mass today is the Risen Christ—Christ resurrected in liv ing glory continuing to offer Himself over and over for and with His fellowmen, continuing to plead our cause with the heavenly ^Father, continuing to nourish our souls with the spiritual food of Himself—He Who is God and man. There is no prayer, therefore, to be compared with the Mass. The Mass is the “favorite” prayer of all who realize what it is, because it is the Incarnate God. the Man Who Is God, praying the utterly and infinitely perfect prayer, the one prayer worthy of God. Haana Dealer in Your Commu nity HANNA PAINT MFC. COMPANY 1313 Windsor Av*. COLUMRI s KL. 3361 CURRENT v DIVIDEND N. RATE LRANKLIN FEDERAL Florentine Restaurant EAVINER AND LOAN ASSOCI AT i ON 907 W. BROAD ST. COLUMBUS Columbus' Most Complete Italian Restaurant Broiled Steaks Pan Fried Chicken Sea Foods CA. 4-4228 BANQUETS A SPECIALTY 214% II *T Walter Zuber, Vice Pres.