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Cathedral Of Salt In Columbia Dedicated
A chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary has been dedicated 345 feet beneath the eerth's
surface and nearly a mile inside an ancient salt min** near Bogota, Colombia. Pictured above, this still
uncompleted edifice will hold 10,000 people. The Roman numerals at the extreme right have been placed
there in lieu of permanent Stations of the Cross.
Huge Cathedral Of Salt
In Colombia Dedicated
BOGOTA, Colombia (NC) Thousands of faithful gath
ered at Zipaquira, about 30 miles from here, for the dedica
tion of a vast cathedral-like church carved out of salt in a
mine that dates back bevond the davs of the Spanish conquest
Regarded as unique in the western hemisphere, the church is
more than 300 feet below the earth's surface and is capable
of accommodating 10,000 worshipers.
The dedication of the church,
which grew out of a chapel built
for workers in the government
owned mine, was performed by
Bishop Tulio Botero Salazar, who
afterwards celebrated a Pontifical
Mass at the central altar over
which hangs a rustic cross 27 feet
high. The huge vaulted interior was
illuminated during the rites by
150.000 watts of concealed light
ing.
narians from Bogota who sang
Marian hymns. The dedication
rites climaxed an eight-day Mar
ian Congress at the conclusion
of which an estimated 40,000
persons filed through the great
subterranean church chanting
Marian canticles and passing in
veneration in front of the image
of Our Lady of the Rosary, pa
troness of the miners, which
stands over a side altar.
Although not yet quite finished,
the church has long been attract
ing crowds of visitors, said to
number tens of thousands a month.
The church is reached through an
entrance in the Andean mountain
side leading to a tunnel that pene
(rates for a distance of nearly a
mile. As large a the Cathedral of
Notre Dame in Paris, the church
occupies an area of over 53,000
square feet, and the nave and two
aisles are nearly 400 feet long.
The church was designed by
Jose Maria Gonzalez Concha, who
died a year ago, but the work was
taken over by Alfonso Rodriguez, a
fellow architect, who hopes to
complete the structure within an
other year.
The church rests on six columns
of salt rock, over which curve
three 74-feet high arches which
form the naves. In the left nave
is the baptistry, while in the right
is the altar of Our Ijsdy of the
Rosary. At both sides of the main
altar are 14 small niches for the
Stations of the Cross.
Great sculptured groups repre
senting the Nativity, the Annunci-
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Hoover Cautions
Against Federal
Aid To Education
CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa (NC)
Former President Herbert Hoover
cautioned educators against seek
ing additional Federal aid for
schools in a speech delivered at a
public school dedication here.
Mr. Hoover warned that “when
the Federal bureaucracy begins in
any field, it never seems to end.
We are beginning now to cut down
the size of this bureaucracy, and
this effect won’t be nelped by a
greater Federal participation in
the schools.”
He said he doubted if education,
al groups “really want” the Fed
eral government to help pay the
cost of administering local schools.
Mr. Hoover spoke following the
dedication of an elementary school
which will bear his name.
ation. the Agony in the Garden and
the Descent from the Cross are to
be placed in an aisle that leads to
the apse. There will be ten aux
iliary altars in all. some of them
more than 15 feet high. The floor
will be paved with colonial-style
tiles, but the walls will remain
bare and unpolished.
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APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
As an alert and energetic mem
ber of the student organization
founded by the Columban Fathers
and organized along the line of the
Young Christian Workers move
ment, Tony was commissioned to
break up a nest of troublesome
lapsed Catholics on the servants’
staff of the university where he
was studying. On the pretext that
he had nowhere else
took up residence in
ters.
Youth Notes
to stay, he
their quar
one of the
to Mass or
He found that not
29 workers had been
the Sacraments for years. Pedro,
their leader, was bitterly anti-Ca
tholic. Many of the staff were
engaged in lawless activities of one
kind or another.
Tony had to wait for months to
get the break he was hoping for.
One of the staff wanted to get
married. Tony helped with the
arrangements and a church wed
ding was agreed on.
That meant that first the bride
groom would have to go to Con
fession. Evening after evening,
Tony gave him instruction. It took
a long time, because the man had
very little knowledge of the Faith.
Soon there were others coming to
listen to the instructions.
The final result: on the day of
the wedding, ten others of the
group expressed their desire to go
to Confession. Later, ten more,
including Pedro, followed suit.
Now' 21 of the original 29 are
practicing Catholics, and Pedro
Lastern Deanery Young Adults
Preparing Their Fall Program
A Day of Recollection in Sep
mber, a social in October and
was the fall piogram outlined
the officers of the Eastern
Deanery Young Adult Council at
its meeting held at St. Patrick
Church in Junction City last week.
The council, the first to organize
under the new young adult pro
gram for young people past high
school age, is under the leader
ship of Dick Kessler of Bremen
St. Mary parish.
by
The Day of Recollection has
been set for Sunday. September
12th at St. Patrick. Junction City
at 2:30 p.m. The program v.ill end
with lunch served by the girls of
St. Patrick parish. The October
social tentatively set for Lancas
ter will be under the chairmanship
of Margaret Konkler
Copies of a constitution for the
newly organized Catholic commit
tee on scouting for boys of the
Diocese of Columbus will be sent
out to members of the Executive
Board of the commi‘tees plus In
stitutional representatives of the
scout troops w’ithin the next few
weeks. The constitution drawn up
by Roman Eyerman of the CYO
office was discussed by members
of the board at the last meeting.
The Constitution in
will be voted upon
meeting which will
night of September
youth office on East
Mr. Mark Stevens of
Evangelist parish is
the committee.
its entirety
at the next
be held the
16th at the
Town Street.
St. John the
chairman of
The two Diocesan Camps, St. Jo
seph for boys and St. Rita’s for
girls, closed last Sunday after a
very successful ten week season.
Camp St. Joseph served approxi
mately 950 boys with its very fine
program of sports and camping
while some 500 girls took ad
vantage of the well organized pro
gram of summer recreation at the
Canal Winchester spot. The last
week—Pow Wow Week—saw the
return of many old campers who
joined new faces in the tun fill
ed program. Special contests, par
ties and tournaments highlighted
the week at both camps.
The camps remained open this
\merican-Bom Procurator
Of Dominican* Dies At 54
ROME —(Radio. NC)— Father
Paul Augustine Skehan, O.P.,
American-born Procurator General
of the Dominican Order, died here
of a heart attack at the age of 54.
His death came 36 days after Fa
ther Emmanuel Suarez. O.P.. Mas
ter General of the Order, was kill
ed in an automobile accident in
southern France.
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schools, so can Catholics.
Furthermore, his own experience has convinced him that
Columban Father William Cunnane. SCA director, was 100 per
cent right when he said that Catholics can even do a better
job of infiltration than the Reds.
has even brought a Chinese to
Father Cunnane for instruction.
Catholic Student Action aims at
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Friday, August 27, 1954
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