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Youth Notes
Committees Of Central Deanery
Set Catholic Yo
A city-wide social and
ence series for youth
is being planned for the
ance of Catholic Youth Week
the. Central Deane
cil of Catholic Youth according
an announcement by Chairman Bill
Beck. These activities will be part
of the week's festivities which
will be climaxed by a Pally and
Holy Hour at the Cathedral on the
closing Sunday with Bishop Ready
presiding. The social is set for the
closing Saturday night of the week
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ith Week Plans
and will be a project of both the
council of CTO’s and the Young
Adults. Committees are working
on the gala affair.
The conferences will be. held in
separate places and on different
days. The Parish CYQ Council will
convene for discussion.. on the
youth Apostolate and the work
of bringing about a better working
organization on the parish
The combined council for
groups for those past high
age will also discuss the
Apostolate and will go about set
ting up the business of a better
functioning group, Officers will be
elected to guide the council.
level,
youth
school
youth
The October CYO Holy Hour
originally scheduled for the second
Sunday of October at St. Aloysius
parish has been cancelled to allow
the youth of the parishes to take
part in the special Marian Day
programs in their, own parishes.
Bishop Ready has set this Sunday
aside as a special day in the Dio
cese for Marian devotions. The
regular Holy Hour for November
will be observed on November 7th
with a special Rally at St. Joseph’s
Cathedral.
Nuns Will Attend
Future Teachers
Of America Meet
Sister Mary Austine. O.P., and
Sister M. Sylvina, O. P., members
of the education department of
the College of St. Mary of the
Springs will participate in the Fall
Meeting of
the Future
on October
the Ohio Chapters of
Teachers of America
1 and 2.
Bowling Green State
the meeting will fea-
Held at
University,
ture a workshop on teacher prob
lems with seven discussion groups.
Sister Sylvina. moderator of St.
Mary’s FTA chapter, will take part
in the discussion nn the organiza
tion of regions. Featured speak
ers will include Dr. Clyde Hissong.
Mr. Harold Bowers, and Mrs. Wilda
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Big Jump, Bengal Brigade, Black
Horse Canyon, Black Shield of Fal
worth, The Bowery Boys Meet the
Monster, Brigadoon, Bright Road
Caine Mutiny, Cease Fire, Chal
lenge the Wild, Command, Cowboy.
Detective, Diamond Wizard,
Dragnet, Duel in the Jungle.
Fireman Save My Child, Francis
Joins the WACs.
Geraldine, Give a Girl a Break,
Glory Brigade. Gog
Hansel and Gretel, Hell and High
Water. Her 12 Men, High and Dry.
Immortal City,
Jungle Girls.
Killer Leopard, Killers From
Space, King of the Khyber Rifles,
Khyber Patrol, Knights of the
Round Table, Knock on Wood.
Littlest Outlaw, The Living Des
ert, Living It Up, Long, Long
Trailer, Lucky Me, Lone Gun.
Malta Story, The Man With a
Million, Melody of Love, Men of
the Fighting Lady, Money From
Home, Murder on Monday, My
Heart Goes Crazy.
Out of This World
Pans Playboys, Path to the King
dom, Prince Valiant, Project M-7.
Queen’s World Tour.
Raid, Racing Blood, Rebel City,
Red River Shore, Return From the
Sea. Riders to the Stars, Riding
Shotgun, Royal African Rifles.
Scotch on the Rocks, Sea of Lost
Ships, Song of the Land, Spell of
Ireland, Steel Lady, Strange. Wore
a Gun, Student Prince, Sweet
hearts on Parade.
Tales From Whileaway, Tangan
yika, Them, Toboy, the Great Two
Guns and a Badge.
Vanishing Prairie, Victory at
Sea.
War Arrow, White Witch Doctor.
Yesterday and Today.
Class A Section 2 Unobjec
tionable for adults.
Alaska Seas, All I Desire* Always
a Bride, Anita Garibaldi.
Band Wagon, Beachhead, Beg
gar’s Opera, Below the Sahara, Be
trayed, Big Frame, Both Sides of
the Law, Broken Lance, Bullet Is
Waiting.
Casanova’s Big Night, Captain
John Smith and Pocahontas,
Charge of the Lancers, City of Bad
Men, Crippled Wings, Cry of the
Hunted.
Dancing With Crime, Diary of a
Country Priest (Observation: This
film presents certain concepts of
Catholic theology and clerical life
which practice can be mislead
ing to the uninformed). Dawn at
Socorro, Day Out of Life, A (Ital
ian) Demetrius and the Gladiators,
Desperado, Down Three Dark
Streets.
Edge of Divorce, Eternal Mask,
Executive Suite.
Garden of Evil, Genevieve, Gen
tle Gunman, The Genoese Dragnet,
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Approximately 700 Catholic* took pert in the sixteenth annuel "procession for peace" last week In
Dennison and Uhrichsville. The annual event, held in honor of the Blessed Mother, was held following
high mas* at Immaculate Conception Church, Dennison. Groups marching in the procession were grade
and high school students, Catholic Girl Scouts, St. Marx'* choir, cub scouts, altar boys, the Alter So
ciety, the Holy Name Society and the Dennison High School bend. A huge rosary was carried by six
members of the Holy Name Society, and a statue of the Virgin Mery was borne on the decorated float,
shown above. Reciting the Rosary, and carrying placards expressing the Litany of Loreto, the group
marched through the downtown areas of the twin cities. Benediction and the crowning of the Blessed
Mother climaxed the ceremony. In the evening an estimated 2000 attended a concert by the Canton Ca
tholic Central High School band, and took part in game*.
Motion Pictures Classified
Following is a list of motion pic
tures reviewed and classified by
the National Council of the Legion
of Decency.
Class A Section 1 Unobjec
tionable for general patronage.
Adventures of Robinson Crusoe,
African Adventure, All American,
Arrow in the Dust.
Golden Coach, Golden Mask, Great
est Love, Gun Fury.
Hell Below Zero, High and the
Mighty, Highway Dragnet, Hob
son’s Choice, Holly and the Ivy.
Indiscretion of an American
Wife, It Should Happen to You.
Jennifer, Jesse James vs. the
Daltons, Jivaro, Johnny Guitar,
Jubilee Trail, King Richard and
the Crusaders,
Law vs. Billy the Kid, Little Fu
gitive, Little Kidnappers, The
Lonely Night.
Mad Magician, Magnificent Ob
session, Make Haste to Live, Mas
sacre Canyon, Miss Robinson Cru
soe, My Heart Sings,
Night People, Night Without
Sleep, No Escape.
On the Waterfront, Outcast.
Personal Affair, Phantom of the
Rue Morgue, Plunder of the Sun.
Prisoner of War, Princess of the
Nile, Pushover, Private Eyes.
Rear Window, Return to Trea
sure Island, Ring of Fear, Riot in
Cell Block 11.
Secret Assignment, Seven Brides
for Seven Brothers, Silver Lode,
Spice of Life, Star of India, Steel
Cage, Suddenly
Three Young Texans, Three
Coins in the Fountain, Tromba,
Tropic Zone, Trouble Along the
Way.
Valley of the Kings, Voice of Si
lence (U.S. prints), Vice Squad,
Weak and the Wicked.
Class B—Objectionable in pert.
About Mrs. Leslie, Act of Love,
All Ashore, Arena, Appointment in
Honduras.
Bad for Each Other, Bait, Beau
ties of the Night, Big Night, Biga
mist, Bomba and the Jungle Girl,
Bread, Love, and Dreams.
Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl,
Captive Women. Carnival Story,
The (Objection: This film, though
not deemed wholly condemnable,
contains substantially material that
seriously offends Christian and tra
ditional standards of morality and
decency. The producer refused to
co-operate with the Legion of De
cency), City Beneath the Sea, City
Stands Trail, Counterfeiters.
Decameron Nights, Destination
Matrimony, Doomed, Duffy of San
Quentin.
Earrings of Madame De, Egyp
tian.
Face to Face, Fear and Desire,
Forbidden, Forever Female, Fiam
me, Sulla Lagune, Flame and the
Flesh, Flight to Tangier, From
Here to Eternity, Fugitive From
Trieste.
Gambler From Natchez, Gorilla
at Large.
Here Come the Girls, His Last
12 Hours, Hoodlum, The Human
Desire.
I, the Jury.
Kiss Me Kate.
La Lupa, Laughing Anne, Lime
light, Little Caesar, Lure of the
Sila.
Man Behind the Gun, Man Be
tween, Man Crazy, Man in the At
tic, Man With My Face, Mesa of
Lost Women, Miss Sadie Thomp
son, Mogambo, Montana Belle, Mur
der Without Tears.
Naked Alibi, New Faces, Niagara
Night Without Sleep
O Congocero. O. K. Nero, One
Big Affair, Operation Secret, Over
coat.
Paris Model, Playgirl, Pleasure
Garden, President’s Lady, Prob
lem Girls, Public Enemy.
Return to Paradise, River of No
Return, Rogue Cop, Rome 11
o’clock.
Sabina, Salome, Sangaree, Sara
cen Blade, Sea Devils, Secret of
the Incas, Serpent of the Nile,
Shield of Murder, Sins of Rome,
Siren of Bagdad, South Sea Worn-
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World-Famed
Marian Church
To Be Replaced
By Brother Anthony Bruys, O.F.M.
(Correspondent, N C.W.C. News
Service)
JERUSALEM (NC) The
Marian Year has seen the start
of preliminary work on a long
cherished project the re
building of the famous Church
of the Annunciation in Naza
reth which ranks as the world’s
most important Marian shrine.
With the approval and en
couragement of the Holy See,
the Franciscan Custody of the
Holy Land has undertaken to
replace the present modest
church with a great new basili
ca on the spot where the Angel
Gabriel spoke to the Virgin Mary
and which thus became Christiani
ty’s oldest Holy Place.
The initial work now hand in
volves the removal of small mod
ern buildings which have grown
up around the Church of the An
nunciation, especially since 1730,
when the present provisional
shrine was hastily built by the
Franciscans who had to meet a
deadline set by authorities during
the time of Turkish domination.
The humble church, which we*
to become familiar to thousand*
of pilgrims, was erected on the
site of the splendid basilica built
over the Grotto of the Annuncia
tion by the Crusaders in the 12th
century.. This basilica, which was
destroyed by the Mohammedan*
in 1739, had replaced another
church known to have stood over
the holy shrine a* early as A.D.
360, not many year* after Chris
tianity had triumphed in the em
pire of the Caesars.
The excavations now under way
near the present church as a neces
sary preliminary to the eventual
building operations planned are ex
pected to reveal long-hidden relics
of the earlier churches. This work
of uncovering vestiges of the past
is a continuation of that carried
out some 40 years ago by Father
Proper Viaud, O.F.M., French
Vicar of the Holy Land Custody,
in collaboration with Brother Se
bastian Kersting, O.F.M., of the
Cincinnati (Ohio) Franciscan Pro
vince of St. John the Baptist.
en, Stolen Face. Strange Deception,
Strange Witness, Susan Slept Here,
System.
Take Me to Town, Tanga-Tika,
Tennessee Champ, Top Banana,
Thy Neighbor’s Wife, Two Cents
Worth of Hope.
Ugetsu (Japanese).
Veils of Bagdad, Volcano.
Walking My Baby Back Home,
Waterfront Women, Wedding of
Lili Marlene, W’icked Women,
Woman They Almost Lynched.
Class C—Condemned.
Bandit, The (Italian): Behind
Closed Shutters, Blue Angel, Bul
let for Stephano, A Carnival in
Flanders, Dedee, Devil in the Flesh,
Devil’s Sleep, Flesh Will Surren
der (Italian), It’s Forever Spring
time. Jungle Stampede, Just a Big
Simple Girl, La Ronde, Lovers of
Verona, Manon, Marie du Port,
Merry Chase, Miss Julia. Mom and
Dad, Moon Is Blue, The No Or
chids for Miss Blandish, Of Love
and Bandits, Oh. Amelia! Pans
Nights, Paris Waltz, The Room
Upstairs, Royal Affair. A, Rozina,
the Love Child Sacred Latuka,
Scandals of the Clochemerle, Sev
en Deadly Sins, Sinners, She
Shoulda Said No, Story of Boh and
Sally. The Strange Triangle. Street
Corner, Strollers, Three Forbidden
Stories, Thrill That Kills, Times
Gone By, Ways of Love, Wench,
The Young and Damned. Violated,
Sensualita, French Line (Objec
tion: Suggestive and indecent ac
tion, costuming and dialogue. In
incidents of subject matter and
treatment it is gravely offensive to
Christian and traditional standards
of morality and decency and is
capable of grave, evil influence up
on those who patronize it. especial
ly youth, reports the Legion of De
cency), Girls Marked Danger, Le
Lhi.lsiwiiM
Pontiff's Physical
Condition Continues
To Cause Concern
CASTELGANDOLFO, Italy (NC) The health of His
Holiness Pope Pius XII has again become a matter of alterna
ting concern and reassurance On several public appearances
recently, the Holy Father seemed to be fluctuating between
an appearance of brisk vitality and extreme tiredness.
Meanwhile. Osservatore Romano.
Vatican City newspaper, twice re
ferred to the fact that the Pope
“has not yet completely recovered”
from his illness of last winter and
that he is suffering from a “pass
ing indisposition.”
The condition of the 78-year-old
Pontiff is regarded by prudent and
informed people here as serious,
but not alarming, at the moment.
The seriousness of his condi
tion is attributed to threo fac
tors: his advanced age, hi* recent
medical history, and hi* own re
fusal to ease his heavy schedule
and his taxing round of audienc-
The Holy Father’s personal phy
sician, Dr. Riccardo Galeazzi Lisi,
was quoted by an extremely well
informed source as sajing that the
Pope is not sick, but “tired” from
crowded activities which would
wear down anyone who did not
have the Pontiff’s nearly
nervous system.
perfect
i of his
i has in-
Despite the injunctions
medical adviser, the Pope
sisted on maintaining his ingorous
program of private and general
audiences, although on a number
of occasions he was obviously tired
to the point of exhaustion.
When it was noted last week that
the Holy Father had seemed some
what “low” for several days, it was
arranged that he should spare him
self the exhausting effort of talk
ing half a dozen different lan
guages to the pilgrims gathered in
the courtyard of Castelgandclfo for
the general audiences on Thurs
days and Sundays.
Shortly before the Thursday
audience began, Jesuit Fathers
from the astronomical observatory
at Castelgandclfo announced
various languages that the Holy Fa
ther would limit himself to impart
ing his blessing. But when the
Pope found himself again in the
presence of a large throng of
cheering people he went through
his usual procedure, speaking for
at least 35 minutes.
On the regular Sunday audi
ence, however, the Pontiff heed
ed the advice of his doctor and
refrained from speaking. Thou
sands of pilgrims, among them
a large group of American sai
lors, gave a tremendous cheer
when the Holy Father appeared
on the balcony overlooking the
courtyard.
The Pope waved at them and
raised his arms to impart his bless
ing. Then he withdrew and return
ed several times in response to
the continuing cheers.
Several thousand other pilgrims
who could not find room in the
courtyard had gathered in the
town square. They, too, were
greeted and blessed by the Pope,
from a front window of the papal
palace overlooking the square.
It was reminiscent of last spring
when the Holy Father during his
convalescence regularly appeared
at a certain hour at the window of
his study overlooking St. Peter’s
Square, greeting and blessing the
crowd gathered below.
It is reported on sound au
thority that the Swiss specialist,
Dr. Paul Niehans, has returned
to Switzerland after spending a
few days with the Pope. It was
said that he would return to th*
Pope's side again after about
week.
Plaisir, One Summer of Happiness.
We Want a Child: This film
deals with a subject morally ob
jectionable for presentation in en
tertainment motion picture thea
ters. Furthermore, the treatment
of the theme seriously offends
Christian traditional standards of
morality.
Separately Classified Martin
Luther contains theological and
historical references and interpre
tations that are unacceptable
Catholics.
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Dr. Niehans’ visits, according to
this information, were for the pur
pose of administering injections
probably similar to those given his
patient last January It was under
stood that the series of injections
will require about six or seven
weeks.
It is known that his doctor and
others around him are watching
the Pope more closely, and keeping
him quieter, even insisting that he
spend much of his time in bed.
There was a report that the Pope
had suffered an attack of hiccups,
which was one of the symptoms of
his illness early this year.
It. would appear that there real
ly was a slight attack of hiccups,
but it did not last long. What chief
ly worries everyone is simply the
undeniable fact of the Pope’s ad
vanced age which makes any phy
sical trouble a serious matter. This
factor has led to hasty and exag
gerated speculation, and some er
roneous reports, but the Vatican
itself maintains its usual extreme
reserve on the question of the
Pope’s physical condition.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES—7
Friday, Oct. 1, 1954
Guatemala Press
Lauds Prelate’s
Spiritual Guidance
GUATEMALA CITY (NO—
Secular publications in this coun
try and abroad have continued to
praise the spiritual guidance given
by Archbishop Mariano o s s e 11
Arellano of Guatemala during the
recent crisis which resulted in the
overthrow of the former commun
ist-dominated government.
E( Espectador, independent daily
here, declared that one of the
most significant and important
public statements issued during
the period which saw the over
throw of the government headed
by Jacobo Arbenz Guzman and the
triumph of the new regime led by
President Carlos Castillo Armas,
was Archbishop Rossell’s “famous
and historic pastoral letter to the
people warning them of the ad
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WHITE MARTYR
This little lad is a victim of
leprosy. But the loving hands of
Sister Berchmans at our Damien
Institute in Triehur, India, as
sure him and hundreds of other
lepers that their way to eternity,
their slow white martyrdom,
will be easier. Won’t you give
$10 to our DAMIEN LEPEB
FUND for such as these?
When you send your mite, ask
for our pamphlet “SCARS OF
LOVE’’ and our leaflet, “WHITE
MARTYRDOM." Have you ever
heard of Father Damien, th®
apostle of lepers and the leper
of the apostles?
WHY GONDOLIER OF PETER’S BARK?
Get the answer in our new pamphlet, “ONCE UPON A TIME," on
Pope Saint Pius X, which we send to all who give a little for that
new Shrine Chapel of the new Pope Saint we hope to build beyond
the River Jordan among homeless refugees. To everyone who sends
just $10, we send a BEAUTIFUL PICTURE of the Saint, in three
colors, suitable for framing.
THINK OF IT! MY VERY OWN!
If you can adopt Jacob Thaikattil, a seminarian at SL Joseph’*
Seminary in Alwaye, India, giving $600, in any installments, over
his six years of training for the priesthood, or if you can do the
same for Sister Mary John, a novice with the Adoration Sisters in
Vazhapally, India, giving $300 over two years, you. can boast that
either one is your very own missionary, your boast on Judgment
Day.
ARRANGE NOW FOR NOVEMBER ALL SOULS MASSES.
TELLING THE BEADS
October’s Rosary devotion prompts us to tell you how gladly we
send a rosary made of olive seeds from the Holy Land to everyone
who gives $10 for a precious food package for our homeless refugees.
With Christmas coming, we are anxious to think of many thousand*
under our care. Won’t you help console them?
OCTOBER CLUBS
That dollar for the BASILIANS goes to the little school we are
building for homeless Arab children tn Ji«h, now in Israel***A
dollar deposited in MARY’S BANK goes to our lay missionaries
in Jordan, where they go into the deserts to help the sick and
maimed***A dollar for ORPHAN’S BREAD goes to the Sisters of
Charity in Jerusalem. MONICA GUILD and CHAPEL OF THE
MONTH dollars go to the little chapel at Palayoor, India***If you
cannot adopt a seminarian, remember that a dollar to the CHRYS
OSTOMS, our Student Support Club, can do much***Why not write
for information on these DOLLAR-A-MONTH CLUBS?
WHAT ARE GREGORIAN MASSES “IN SUSPENSE?" WE CAN
ANSWER.
ADORN GOD’S HOUSE
Father Jacob, a priest of the Order of the Imitation of Christ,
pleads for furnishings for his little mission chapel at Vengal, India.
Can you help? The altar $75. Mass vestments $50. The chalice $40.
The sanctuary lamp $15. The altar linens $15. Please help us to
make Vengal’* chapel worthy and delight Futher Jacob’s heart.
LITTLE POOR MAN
October 4th is the feast of St Francis of Assisi. One of his sons,
Father Leon Poggi, gives us an urgent plea for his orphans in
Kena, Egypt. Won’t you think of them? Seven dollars will support
one for a whole month.
NO GIFT TOO SMALL
While we must ask $2,000 to build a Near East chapel, $600 to train
a Near East priest, remember that no gift is too small. Write for
“HOW CAN I HELP?”, and when you do. ask also for “SILVER
THREADS." A stringless gift, so welcome, will bring you also “AVE
MARIA LANE.” a pamphlet for Mary’s month,
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Send all communications tor
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