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6—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday. August 27. 1954
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Diocesan Students Attending (SMC Death (Somes
Discussing the program for th* CSMC National Convention being held this weekend at Notre
Dame University are Father James Kulp, diocesan director of the Propagation of the Faith, Sister M.
Judith, O.S.F., mission moderator at Rosary High School, and a group of Rosary students who are attend
ing the convention. Students pictured, left to right, are Jerry Richard*. Theresa Hayes, Joanne Fin
neran and Bill Robert*. In all, fifteen diocesan school* are being represented in the three*day meet.
rector of the Propagation of the
Faith, accompanied 149 youngsters
to the meet. Father Kulp will serve
as chairman of the workshop on
Home Mission Service.
Two of the students from Dioce
-an schools will address the con
vention. Jane Watson of St. Mary
of the Springs will take part in a
seminar on oveiseas social service.
Maureen O'Connor of Notre Dame
High School. Portsmouth, will speak
at a High School Crusade work
shop on Home Mission Service.
St. Francis de Sales High School.
Newark, sent the largest delegation
to the three day meeting. Thirty
four students from St. Francis are
in attendance.
Rosary high School, Columbus,
sent 29. Other schools represented
include St. Joseph Academy. Holy
Family. St. Charles, St. Mary, St.
Mary of the Springs Academy, of
Columbus, and St. Mary. Delaware:
St. Anthony, Kenton: St. Mary, Lan
caster: St. Mary, Marion: Notre
Dame, Portsmouth: St. Vincent de
Paul. Mt. Vernon.
Rosecrans. Zanesville.
The students travelled in char
tered buses departing from Colum
bus Thursday morning.
I’he convention schedule includes
daily High Mass, sermons by Bish
op Fulton J. Sheen, Cardinal Tien,
exiled Archbishop of China, and
Rosary processions by candlelight.
Mission
The Catholic Students
Crusade is a program for students
carrying on the apostolate by pray
er. work and sacrifice The conven
tion is being attended by 50(H) stu
dents and moderators from the
I'nited States and Canada. In addi.
lion, several hundred missionaries
from every part of lhe world will
attend to help the delegates, and
the largest mission exhibit in the
country has been assembled on the
campus.
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the
o
De
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our
"Peace” at
neva
part
body
e
Feeling
agony of
1.000.000
low
in Vietnam, we say of that treaty
with the Prophet Jeremias: “And
they healed the wound of the
daughter of my people disgrace
fully. saying peace, peace and
there was no peace.”
are
of
which is
Church.
the
the
tel
Catholics
and Bishop
Thousands who can escape the
imminent persecution are flee
ing to the South with a rosary,
a crucifix and whatever clothing
and food they can carry. There
At ill now be a blackout over the
Church in northern Vietnam as
there is in Korea. China and
Manchuria. Archbishop Philip
Bernardini. General Secretary of
the Holy Father's Missions in
Rome, has better described the
clergy and the faithful
countries as belonging
Church in Silence”
in these
to “The
shall we
They are silent! But
be silent too? Suppose the Com
munists overran the United
States to Denver, burned your
schools and hospitals, tortured
thousands of your priests and
nuns and promised you their
kind of .“liberty” only on condi
tion that you give up the faith.
Would you not expect your breth
ren East of Denver to do some
thing for you. to provide food
and clothing, to quickly erect
extra schools for your children to
heal your suffering? Well that
is what the Church expects us to
to do now for 1he "Church of
Silence.”
Let your charity ring out. your
sacrifices bespeak your faith
and your alms proclaim your one
ness with the Church suffering.
Whatever you send to the Society
for the Propagation of the Faith
is for the Holy Father, not for
us. The Vicar of Christ dispensed
your sacrifices as the Father of
Christendom. In the name of
Jesus and Mary’, sacrifice a lux
ury. cut into your capital, send
your old gold, show forth your
unity with Christ Crucified.
“What have you done to the least
of these My brethren, you have
done unto Me
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To Renowned
Dallas Bishop
DALLAS. Texas (NC)
Funeral rites were held here
Wednesday for a Bishop who,
43 years ago, took over a dio
cese twice the size of the state
of Georgia and so un-develop
ed it was necessary for him to
ride horseback and stagecoach
to visit the vast reaches of it-
He was Bishop Joseph Patrick
Lynch of Dallas Fort Worth. 82.
hailed as one of America's great
est missionary bishops, especially
honored by the Holy Father, noted
as a builder of churches and char
itable institutions, and nationally
renowned as a speaker.
Bishop Lynch, at the time of his
death, was the senior member of
the American hierarchy in terms
of years of service. He will be
succeeded by Bishop Thoma* K
Gorman, formerly coadjutor of Dal.
las Fort Worth with the right of
succession. Bishop Gorman was
bishop of Reno for 21 years before
being appointed to the Dallas Fort
Worth position on February 4,
19,52. He was also episcopal chair-
Far Quick Result* Osa Want Ad*
II orld's Suffering Are Part
(If Our Body The Church
by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen
Who if his left hand were cut
off and bleeding would not use
his right hand to bind it? The
Catholics of northern Vietnam
who
the
fell to
Common,
in
a y
request and an offering of $5 we
will send you a sterling silver
medal or at your request and an
offering of $10 we will send you
a gold filled one.
GOD IX)VE YOU to R.B. for
$7. “here, as usual is my divid
end money from A &T. stock
to T.P.B. for $2.98. “The enclos
ed sacrifice represents some of
our weekly allowance and other
earnings ... to R.K. “I worked
one day’ during .ny vacation.
Here is the extra money I made
to help the Missions’’ ... to
A MG. for $10.90.” This is half
of the profits I made selling
cards last winter. I promised the
money to the Missions if I were
successful in my endeovor
to E.H. for $138.04. “This is the
money' I received for a load of
barley. I promised to give the
receipts to the Missions.” ... to
M.W. for $6024. “I promised the
first check I would Ret after I
got my new job would go to the
Missions, so here it is”
Cut out this- column pm your
sacrifice to it and send it to the
Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen.
National Director of the Society
for the Propagation of lhe Faith,
or your Diocesan Director Rev
erend James Kulp. 246 East Town
Street. Columbus 15. Ohio.
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dollar- I’he 250-room structure
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October of next year.
Commenting on the fast growth
of lhe Dominican Order in the
Middle West. Father Edward
Hughes. O.P., provincial of the
Province of St. Albert the Great,
said that plans will also be devel
oped for expanding the Dominican
House Studies at River Forest,
ni.
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red Heart Cathedral here. The ser
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send to all who give a mite for
the new Shrine Chapel of the
Saint. Your $10 gift will add a
stone and the return ticket can
be to heaven.
ALWAYS Bl RN1NG
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lamp in a humble Near East
chapel means that this eternal
light will always burn for you
and vour dear ones, living and
dead.
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On Our Lady's Birthday, Sept. 8
make a gift to a Near East chapel
of her statue, costing $30. or of
her picture, $15. Or have a poor
mi*sionary offer Mass on that
dav for our intentions. A gilt
to Mary bring* her loving smile.
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MISERY AND GOD’S LOVE
'W.
The Holy Father guards 30,000 Palestinian refugee children like
these in 330 schools. May we suggest how you can help him t®
help them? Your S10 gift means a precious food package to feed
these hungry mouths. Your $7 gift keeps one of these homeless
children a Sisters orphanage for a whole month. A dollar string
less gift means that, with dollar added to dollar, we ean give them
schooling for another year. Won’t you please be the instrument
of God's love in all this misery, now in its seventh year?
PIOUS SY LVIA
Among the lovely w’ritings of the
early Church is the “Pilgrimage
of Sylvia” to the Holy Land. We
have Sylvia Salame. a novice with
the Sisters of the Sacred Hearts
at Bikfaya. Lebanon, She will
need $150 for her year’s training.
Can you make this pious Sylvia
your adopted daughter? Please
try.
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Soon they will be trooping back
to the classrooms, our students
for lhe priesthood, the hope of
our Near East missions. It costa
$600 to train. $100 yearly. An
thony at St. Joseph’s Seminary,
Alwaye, India, will be among th®
new candidates. Won’t
sure him he will be by
your donations in any
ments?
you as
sending
install-
COULD Ull
Could you build a Church of Our
Lady of Lourdes and a school for
455 children in this country for
$2,000? No. but we can at Chem
peri, India. Please do what you
can to make this your own monu
ment among the poor. God will
bless you for trying to answer
this appeal.
SUDDEN DEATH
Write for information on our
“suspense card,” assuring you of
the Gregorian Masses offered
•very day for thirty days after
your death. Insure for eternity.
MULTIPLIED LITANY: Your dollar a month to a Mission Club—
Mary'* Bank, Monica Guild. Orphans’ Bread. Basilians, Damien
Leper Fond. Chrysostoms. Chapel-of-the-Monlh—is a multiplied
litany, delighting the angels and assuring us we can keep helping
our Sisters, onr priests, our rhapels. our orphans, our outcast lepers*
Won't you be a joiner? Th® l.lrd gives compound interest.
MARY’S CROWN
Those cloistered Carmelite Sis
ters in the Holy Land bore her
crown when they pledged to be
Brides of Christ. They now bear
a crown of poverty. Can you
make them a $10 gift. They pray
for us night and day, a rich re
ward.
Hear £asf (Missions
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