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Officers of thc^Holy Name So
ciety of St. Thomas the Apostle
Church will be Robert Leister, re
elected president Riel Hofman,
vice-president James Maxwell,
secretary and Adam Blaies, treas
urer. The group holds its meet
ings on the first Sunday evening
of the month, and receives Holy
Communion on the second Sun
day of the
month
Th. St.
John the Evangelist
Holy Name Society has elected
Stuart Thomas to the presidency
for the coming year. Other of
ficer* include Charles Raiser,
vice-president Robert Jones,
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Australia’s Inst National Liturgical
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uary 3 to 7 next year The “week
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sions by 300 religions and lay dele
gates on various aspects of the
liturgy.
secretary .nd Matthew Maloney,
treasurer.
Frank Kauderer is the newly
elected president of the Holy
Name Society of St. Mary Church.
Assisting officers will be Albert
Brehl, vice-president Howard
Dean Smith, secretary Paul
Smith, financial secretary Joseph
Quickert, treasurer Robert Kien
lie. marshal and Aloys Rueckel
and Robert Lowry, delegates. The
society meets on the Tuesday fol
lowing Communion Sunday, which
is the second Sunday of the month.
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Bishop Ready is shown above with some of the 600 delegates
who attended the 52nd Annual Diocesan Principals' and Teachers
Meeting held Sept. 1 and 2 at St. Mary of the Springs College. The
two-day session featured talks by education specialists, and approxi
mately 60 publishers and school supply firms set up exhibits at the
Osservatore Hits Birth Control
(Continued from Page 1)
view and does not represent the
country from which he comes. Nei
ther are the population experts
from the United Nations Food and
Agriculture Organization (FAO) or
any of the other United Nations’
agencies attending as representa
tives of the U.N. There will be no
resolutions proposed at the end of
the conference.
The rate of growth of the world's
population today may be as high
as 85,000 per day, according to a
study by the U.N. population di
vision. At this rate the 1950 popu
lation of 2,450,000,000 will be rais
ed to between three and four bil
lion as early as 1980.
Many of those attending the con
ference have ideas of alleviating
the population problem if not com
pletely solving it by means of pop
ulation redistribution and scientific
developments such as the use of
atomic energy. The tapping of so
lar energy for heat and power is
expected to contribute much to
ward the more convenient expan
sion of the world’s population.
Others like Dr. William Vogt,
American director of the Planned
Parenthood Federation, and Dr.
Abraham Stone, fertility expert of
the Margaret Sanger Research Bu
reau in New York, thought the
I place to start solving the problem
I is with the control of births.
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Dr. Stone reported that much re-
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search was being carried on to sim-
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plify present tecniques and develop
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new methods of contraception. He
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closed his address by looking for-
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ward to the day when “a complete
ly harmless tablet or injection will
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be developed, which will be rel
iable and make family planning and
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what someone called ‘adaptive fer
Itility’ feasible for peoples in all
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cultures.”
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A priest-professor of the Catholic
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Institute of Paris, Father Stanislas
iLestapis, took copious notes dur-
ing the long discourse by Dr. Stone
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which went into detail into contra-
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ceptive devices and methods. It
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was thought by some that Father
ILestapis would reply some other
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time.
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In an interview with a Rome
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newspaper, the director of the
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Planned Parenthood Federation,
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Dr. Vogt, said, however, “you can
Inot do it all with birth control.”
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He said his program is more a
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matter of proper use of food, land
Appoints New
Church Head
BERLIN—INC)— The Polish
communist regime has named
a new director of its Office for
Religious Affairs, according to
a Warsaw Radio broadcast
heard here
The post goes to Jan Izy
dorczyk, formerly Polish Am
bassador to communist East
Germany. He succeeds Antoni
Bida who has long held the
post and who has now been ap
pointed “to another post in the
state administration.” according
to the broadcast.
The significance, if any, in the
shift was not immediately known
here. However, it was pointed out
that under Bida’s tenure as di
rector of religious affairs the per
secution of the Church was step
ped up considerably.
Included in these acts of per
secution were the arrest of His
Eminence Stefan Cardinal Wyszyn.
ski. Primate of Poland, and sev
eral other Bishops, and the “trial”
and sentencing of Bishop Ceslaus
Kaczmarek of Kielce to 12 years
in prison.
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and economics. He called on Italy
to cut its birthrate and suggested
that Italian Catholics might
by using rhythm. He said
Pius XII told Catholics they
do so for proper reasons.
Quebec Ponders
Use Of New TV
Censorship Law
QUEBEC—(NC The Quebec
government is thinking of using
its new television censorship law
because of abuses
sentations, it was
in certain pre
reported hen.
live programs
the law passed
of the Provin-
Both films and
will be affected if
at the last session
cial Legislature is used. A censor
ship board for movies and for re
views and magazines which enter
the province is already established.
Maurice Duplessis, premier of
FREDERICK, Mrs William. 56
Portsmouth, Sept. 2, St. Mary
church- Survivors: her husband,
two sons, a daughter, three bro
thers. three sisters and her step
mother.
DECKENBACH. Mrs. Mary. 67,
2899 E. 11th Ave., Columbus, died
Sept. 30, buried in Camden, N.J.
Survivors: two daughters, two bro
thers and five grandchildren.
HEENAN. Mrs. Mayme. formerly
of Columbus, Sept. 1, St. Patrick
church. Survivors: a foster son and
a sister.
RUPP, Elizabeth, 4 years. 1844
Marsdon Ave., Columbus, Sept. 1,
St. Gabriel church. Survivors: her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rupp
paternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Rupp paternal great
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Rupp, Sr. maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kalten
bach a brother and a sister.
RYAN, Wilford J., 83, Somerset,
Sept. 2, St. Joseph church. Surviv
ors: three sons, three daughters, 14
grandchildren.
THOMA, Mrs. Beatrice, 54, 51 W.
Second Ave., Columbus. Sept. 3,
Sacred Heart church. Survivors:
her husband, Anthony a daughter,
a son, eight grandchildren and
three sisters.
ARRAS, Joseph. 70, 806 Miller
Ave., Columbus, Sept. 4. Holy Ro
sary church. Survivors: his wife,
Ann two daughters, a son and
four grandchildren.
SHELTON, Mrs. Elizabeth. 88,
Crooksville. Sept. 4, Church of the
Atonement. Survivors: two sons
and a brother.
EARLY, John, 43, 2302 Home
stead Dr., Columbus, Sept. 7, St.
Augustine church. Survivors: his
mother, Mrs. E. J. Early three
brothers, two sisters.
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One Italian paper noted that the
scientists from the Soviet Union
and the satellite countries were
conspicuous for their absence of
scientific presentation and their
profuse use of propaganda tactics.
“No contribution of data,” said
Il Tempo, “has been made to the
Congress by the Russians or their
satellites. Rather they have made
a monotonous succession of af
firmations without scientific docu
mentation That their organi
zation is excellent their moth
ers are heroic, their infants pro
tected ... the mortality lower than
the U.S., England, France, and all
other countries—all deriving from
the abolition of capitalism and the
reforms realized in Russia.”
meeting. Th* annual conference give* our diocesan teachers
both religious and lay, an opportunity to get information on the
latest in educational developments and advise on coping with the
problems that arise daily in the classroom.
Arrest Of Church
Arsonists IJrgetl
By Ceylon Prelate
COLOMBO, Ceylon (NC)
Archbishop Thomas Corray, O.M.I.,
of Colombo has called on the Cey
lon government to take action
against a group of political agita
tors who burned down a village
church in his See.
The Archbishop characterized
the incident as an “insult to re
ligion” in a pastoral letter direct
ing the members of the archdio
cese to observe an hour of prayer
and reparation
desecration.
to atone for the
noted that a tem
in the mission of
burned down
The prelate
porary church
Paiyagula was
publicly by the agitators who al
so destroyed sacred statues, in
cluding one of Our Lady.
The incident followed criticism
of Catholics here as favoring a
Catholic political party in the cur
rent civil elections in Ceylon.
Stating that the Church is not a
political party and will never be
one, Archbishop Corray said that
Catholics were free to join any
political party which was not op
posed to the Church’s teachings.
Quebec, said lhe measures taken
by the Quebec government against
obscene magazines have met with
success. Some 80 publications,
mostly American magazines which
have drawn widespread condemna
tion for the lewd and obscene na
ture of their contents have been
banned.
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McCLORY. James, 51. 743 Ann
St., Columbus, Sept. 7, St. John
the Evangelist church. Survivors
two sisters and three brothers.
CRONLEY, Charles, 69. Kenton,
Sept. 4. Immaculate Conception
church. Survivors: his wife, Mary
three sons, a daughter, his mother,
Mrs. Ella Cronley one grand
child.
SCHOLL. William F., 50. 1168
Linwood Ave., Columbus. Sept. 4,
Corpus Christi church. Survivors:
his wife, W’ilda four sons and a
brother.
McCORMICK, Bernard, 28. of
near Coming. Sept. 3. St. Bernard
church. Survivors: his father, John.
VALIN SKY, Mrs. Frances, 82.
Zanesville, Sept. 6, St. Nicholas
church. Survivors: a sory two
daughters, 10 grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.
COE. Allen W.. 59. 663 N. High
St., Columbus, Sept. 7, Holy Cross
church. Survivors: his wife. Mabel
a son. two daughters, two brothers
and three sisters.
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Is Lost Art.
Scholar Sayi
DETROIT. Mich. (NC) The
art of letter writing is a dying one,
according to University of De
troit Professor John F. Sullivan.
Telephones, radio and TV have
taken over the communications
fields ana are snuffing out man s
talent foi writing short, pithy
notes, he said—particularly barbed
ones.
Favorite examples of the art
which Mr. Sullivan says will be no
more include the following note
from playwright George Bernard
Shaw to Winston Churchill:
"Herewith are two tickets for
the opening of my new play one
for you and one for a friend of
yours—if any.”
And Mr Churchill’s reply:
A previous engagement pre
vents my using the opening nignt
tickets which I am returning here
with. I wou$ appreciate it if vou
would send me tickets for the sec
ond performance—if any.”
Mr. Sullivan's top example of
the short, pithy note went from
John L. Lewis to William Green
oi the American Federation nt La
bor. It read:
"Green: I disaffiliate. Lewis.”
Marian Council 3864. Knights of
Columbus, has invited the chair
officers of the other three Co
lumbus councils as special guests
at Marian Council’s party Satur
day, Sept. 18, in the Officers Club
at the Naval Air Station. Knights
of all the Columbus councils are
cordially invited to attend. Ad
mission will be S2 per couple.
The evening will get underway
with a social hour starting at 7:30.
From 9 to 12 music will be provid
ed by the post orchestra.
Theor
ROME—(NC)—In a front-page
article—its first reference to the
World Council of Churches meet
ing Evanston, III the Vatican
City newspapei Osservatore Ro
mano. said that it is clear that
without the Roman Church there
can be no hriMian unity.
The article was written by Fa
ther Charles Boyer. S.J.. prefect
general of -»udie- and dean
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES—3
Friday, September 10. 1954
Rites Draw Thousands
SAN JUAN. PR —(NC) A
crowd of several thousand gathered
at the shrine of Our Lady of Fa
tima at Hato Rey to pray for world
peace and the conversion of sin
ners. The profession, Mass and
prayers at which Bishop J’ames P.
Davis of San Juan presided, were
sponsored by the Fatima Assorts
tinn which has 12.000 members
throughout the island.
DON'T BE A PART OF IT
We have a cnance to lick organ
ized crime it is the unorganized
type that is hard to track down.
the
Theological Faculty of the Pontific.
al Gregorian University.
Father Boyer is founder and pres
ident of Unitas. a Catholic-directed
organization of Christians devoted
to promoting Christian reunion and
safeguarding Christian civilization
throughout the world
“It also is dear," said the ar
ticle, "that it is not possible to
be with the Roman Catholic
Church without accepting its
faith, its worship, its hierarchy.
One cannot escape this dilemma:
either Jesus Christ did not wish
unity of His Church, or He wish
ed that all who believe in Him
be members of the Roman Ca
tholic Church."
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