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Mix With Jeeps At Jordon School AMMAN, Jordan (NC(- Royal limousines, army jeeps and some "tin lizzies" rolled up to the only Ca tholic college in this Arab land as if opened its seventh academic year. Among its 700 students -there were only 115 when it opened in 1948—are three princes, two U.S. marines and even some American teen-age coeds.” Called Terra Sancta (Holy Land) College, the school had to turn away almost 100 applicants this year for lack ot facilities. It is staffed by three American Fran ciscan Brothers and some 30 Arab lay teachers. The student chaplain is a Maronite-Rite priest who leaches religion to the Christian students, giving special courses for the Catholics of the various rites. The student body is divided al most evenly among Catholic, Mos lems, and Orthodox, with a sprink ling of Protestants YOU MAY EARN OVER Address A Moil Postcords at Home WRITE -ATLAS Hox 1SS Dept. 201 MELROSE. MASS. WEEKLY GAM HI. 4-5909 1 Office 24 E. Third Ave. Columbus, Ohio COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICE CA. 1-2311 Marian Feast ____ (Continued from Page 1) five nf the Blessed Virgin with such hymns as "Hail, Holy Queen," and antiphons such as "Queen of Heaven, rejoice. Alleluia.” St. John Damascene, he aays, had clearly *tated: "She truly became Miatreaa of all Creation when she becanw the Mother of the Creator." The Pontiff stresses that the principal arguments on which 1he queenly dignity of Mary is based have long been evident in the an cient writings and traditions and in the Sacred Liturgy, all of which accept her Divine Maternity with out question. Liturgy Cited "In accomplishing the work of Redemption, Mary Most Holy is most certainly closely associated with Christ. Thus it is justly sung in the Sacred Liturgy, Holy Mary. Queen of Heaven and Mistress of the World',” the Pope writes. "It is certain that in the full, proper and absolute sense, pnly Jesus Christ, God and Man, is King,” the Holy Father adds. “Nev ertheless, Mary also—whether as Mother of Christ or as companion in the work of the Divine Redeem er and in the struggle with ene mies and in the triumph achieved over all participate in the royal dignity, he it only in a limited and analogous manner.” JUST OPENED Open Daily Except Sunday NEW-MODERN WORLD'S BEST FRONT STREET AUTOMATIC CAR WASH 2 Blocks South Of L.zarus Annex ROSARIES SUNDAY AND DAILY MISSALS BIBLES AND PICTURES MEDALS SICK CALL SETS CRUCIFIXES NOVELTIES These All Make Lasting Gifts DeMERS RELIGIOUS GOODS 1682 E. Main St. Columbus, Ohio That Good Gambrinus Beer "The Beer That's Starch Free As Beer Can Be.? August Wagner Breweries, Inc. CA. 1-4411 Columbus, Ohio CA. 1-4411 In Time of Need THESE FUNERAL DIRECTORS Experienced in Catholic Funerals offer CONSCIENTIOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE KELLY 2333 N. HIGH ST. 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Under the di rection of Grace Thompson Ed mister, the.Glee Club will ren der the vocal parts of “The Music of Her Chariot” written by Sister Maura. S.S N D., of the Col lege of Notre Dame, Baltimore, Md. 1^ Our Blessed Mother in beautiful and colorful Dicture-story form ^evGrently narrate^ ^tifully illustra^ inspirational informative edifying The glorious and wondrously beautiful story of Our Blessed Mother is now avail able for all to enjoy and appreciate in this unique "biography published in popular and effective "comic book" form. Don't miss BEHOLD THE HANDMAID yourself... You’ll want your children to read it You'll want to u:e it for gifts .. Order your copies today! Single Copy-25 CENTS (Special rate an quantity seders.) 48 psges-over 200 illustrations Over 200 illvstra tioo* by artist Pawl Eltmann enhance thia reverent atery ot the areatett woman at all time. 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The role of the narrator-monk will be portrayed by Miss Eleanor Porchetti. The anonymous monk tells of Marian devotions in the ancient church, early monasticism, encyclicals of the Pontiffs, and in our needs today and forever. Some of the hymns that will he sung are Concordi Laetitia. Lo Hom a Rose, Thou That Art So LEARNED, Charles D.. 69. 18 W. 10th Ave., Columbus, Oct. 20. Sac red Heart church. Survivors: his wife, Jessie a daughter, a son, two grandchildren, three sisters and two brothers. RUSH, William A.. Jr.. 61. 215 E. Sycamore St., Coiumbus, Oct. 20. St. Mary church. Survivors: his wife. Elizabeth: three daughters, a son and three grandchildren. DUKEMAN. George E., 60, 440 Townsend Ave.. Columbus, Oct. 21. St. Mary Magdalene church. Surviv ors: a sister. MURPHY, Francis A., 45, 895 McAllister Ave.. Columbus, St. John the Evangelist church. Sur vivors his wife, Martha three sons: two daughters, seven grand children. and his father Mr. J. W. Murphy. GIBSON. Mrs. Nellie. 49. New ark, Oct. 21, Our Lady of Mt. Car mel church. Buckeye Lake. Surviv ors: her husband. Arthur her moth er. Mrs. Daniel Flynn, and a sis ter. WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS Current Return 0/ |18 Accounts /O Insured 4» i To $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 78 South Third Street N. 3rd St. Fair and Bright, Te Deum and the Lourdes Hymn. Staging will be done by the Merry Masquers under the direc tion of Sister Elizabeth Seton, O.P. The public is cordially invited to the two performances to be given on Tuesday, November 2 in the Little Theater, at 12 40 and 7:30 p. m. May They Rest In Peace SAPP, Lawrence E.,'49. 1390 Re public Ave., Columbus, Oct. 18, St. Augustine church. Survivors: his wife, Betty a son. two brothers and three sisters. MAIER. Joseph. Jr.. 52. 955 Sun bury Rd.. Columbus. Oct. 18, St. Thomas church. Survivors: his wife, Margaret a son, a daughter, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maier three brothers and two sis ters. HANNEMAN. Charles M., 48. 2031 Inchcliffe Rd., Columbus. Oct. 19, St. Agatha church. Survivors: his wife. Lorraine a son, a daugh ter, three grandchildren, two broth ers and two sisters. HOWERTON, Mrs. Ann L.. 2058 Springhill Dr.. Columbus. Oct. 19, Corpus Christi Church. Survivors: one son, two gr. ndcnildren, a g’eat-grandchild, a sister and a brother. HUBANEK. Martin. 71. Franklin County Nursing Home, Columbus, Oct. 19. Our lady of Sorrows Chapel, Lockbourne. No survivors. McGEE. Raymond T., 54, Lancas ter, Oct. 23, St. Mary church. Sur vivors: his wife, Helen two sons, a daughter and a sister. VENTOLA. Frank. 72. 434 S. Eureka-av., Columbus, Oct. 22., St. Aloysius church. Survivors: his wife, Mary a son, a daughter, two grandchildren, a brother and three sisters. DONNELLY, Jofn S.. 51. 1146 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, Oct. 23. St. John the Evangelist church. Sur vivors: his wife, Mary three sons and two sisters. LAMITY, Mrs. Mary Louise, 79. Corning. Oct. 25. St. Bernard church. Survivors three daughters, one son. M1L1,ER. Edward 81. Lancas ter, Oct. 25, St. Mary church. Sur vivors: a son. five daughters seven grandchildren, one sister and a brother. STEWART. Mrs. ebeccs, 69. for merly of Columbus, Oct. 23. St. Mary church, Anderson. Ind. Sur vivors: her husband, Jake two sis ters, four brothers. ROACH, Mrs. Helen. 85, 540 Bul en Ave., Columbus, St. Patrick church. No known survivors. CALLENTINE, D. Leo, 42, New ark. Oct. 22, St. Francis de Sales church. Survivors: his wife. Vera a daughter, a son, one grandchild, a brother and a sister. o--------------—- Adult Education Classes Underway In Kenton Parish KENTON—The Holy Name So ciety and PCCW of Immaculate Conception parish has inaugurated a senes of adult education classes in St. Anthony School, each Wed nesday evening. Three courses are being offer ed during the first term: “Society and Its Problems” 7:30-8:30 p. m., conducted by Father Vincent Mooney, pastor of Immaculate Con ception parish: "Theology for the Laity”—8:30-9:30 p. m., conducted by Father Michael Nugent, pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes parish. Ada Information Class, 8:30-9:30 pm.. conducted by Father Paul Laurinaitis. assistant parior at Im maculate Conception parish. The average class to date has heen about twenty men and women. Be Loyal To Our Advertisers 0. P. Gallo MEN S & LADIES’ TAILORING WEDDING SPECIALISTS Rentals CA. b36231 Bishop Ready Preaches At Double Consecration DETROIT --iN'C— “The meaning of this world and the next, of time and eternity” is is summed up in two words_ “The Church Durig a rarity in the annaL of the (’hurt h. a double consecration ceremony of two Bishops in ihe packed Cathe dral of the Blessed Sacrament here, this reminder came from Bishop Ready who preached the sermon. At the solemn and colorful monies, His Eminence Edward Car dinal Mooney, Archbishop of De troit, raised to the fullness of the priesthood the Most Rev. Henry E Donnelly, who was consecrated Titular Bishop of Tymbrias, and the Most Rev. John A. Donovan, consecrated Titular Bishop of Rhasus. They will serve as Auxil iary Bishops to the Cardinal. Bishop Allen J. Babcock of Grand Rapids and Auxiliary Bish op Alexander Zaleski of De troit, served as the co-consecrators The Cathedral was filled to over, flowing with dignitaries of Church and State, hundreds of Monsig nori. priests and Religious, and an outpouring of the laity Arrayed in its stately sanctuary in places of honor, richly robed, were four Archbishops and more than 30 Bishops who assisted at the Sol emn Pontifical Mass and witnessed the ancient rite of consecration Bishop Donnelly, who is 50, is a native of Hudson. Mich He made his studies for the priesthood at Sacred Heart Seminary and Mount St. Mary of the West Seminary, Norwood. O. He was ordained in 1930 in Hudson Bishop Donovan, who is 43, is a native of Chatham, Ont. He, too, made his early studies for the priesthood at Sacred Heart Sem inary and continued them at the North American College in Borne, where he was ordained in 1935. In his sermon. Bishop Ready de clared: "To the believing soul, dwelling in the supernatural day light of the blessed Faith, that name The Church’ conveys the complete meaning of all that is worth knowing.” DCCN Quarterly Meeting The Diocesan Council of Catholic Nurses will hold its quarterly meeting at the St. Francis Hos pital Nursing Home, Sunday, Oct. 31, at 3:30 p.m. The highlight of the meeting will be a discussion of the bond issues and levies to be presented to the voters of Colum bus and Franklin County on Nov. 2. WTry The olumbu- pic'alp that the call of the Apostles and the establishment of the Church are not mere remote historical events.” The Bishop continued: “The Church, though she works in time, js herself timele.’-- Na tions may live by devotion to the memory and decrees of’ their founders. Noble institutions may draw strength and endurance from the remembered ideals of those who set therp up. But the strong est nation fades and dies at last. The firmest of human institutions grows -veak and disappears. God’s work for human salvation does not fade. It does not sink into infirmity. It does not die.” Modernity is breathlessly bent upon being up-to-date, the Bishop OUR AUTO INSURANCE RATES WITH ANY Economical opera tions permit Farm Bureau to offer auto insur ance for less. Only careful drivers accepted. Standard, nonassessable policies. More than a million city and farm drivers protected. Call BILL RAUSCH Columbus 271 S Broadleigh Rd. 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