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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Feb. 4, 1955
Central Deanery Women to
Three of th* principals who will participate in the Central
deanery, DCCW, meeting set for Feb. 6, at St. Catharine Church are
shown above. In the center is Sister Ignatius Marie, S.N.D., diocesan
coordinator of educational TV, who will discuss "The Apostolate of
Educational TV. "The PTA co-chai-men pictured with Sister Ignatius
Marie are Mrs. Stuart Jones, left, of St. Leo Parish, and Mrs. John
Bowser, right, of Holy Name parish.
BBC Scored for Airing
Atheistic Propaganda
LONDON, England (NO Catholic commentators
publicly attacked the state-controlled British radio monopoly
for spreading atheistic propaganda through two sensational
lectures which stirred a national controversy.
The lectures were delivered by Mrs. Margart Knight, uni
versity lecturer and self-styled “scientific humanist,” who
achieved overnight fame with her first broadcast on “Morals
without religion.” In this and an
other talk a week later, she de
nied the existence of God, the In
carnation, the Resurrection, the
Divinity of Christ and other basic
Christian truths. At the same time,
rhf derided the Bible as a collec
tion of myths and legends.
The Catholic commentators
brushed aside left-wing and liberal
istic clamor for freedom of the
air in such matters and demanded
that the British Broadcasting Cor
poration, besides preventing such
talks in the future, should try to
repair the damage done by arrang
ing an adequate Christian reply.
Father Joseph Christie, S.J., of
ten the unofficial Catholic champion
in the national argument, declared
from the pulpit of the Jesuit
church in Farm street here:
"The B.B.C. I* a monopoly
which has the power to sponsor
this type of anti-religious prop*
Cut Flowers Potted PI anta
Funeral Designs Our Specialty
Linden Florists
Loch De Santis. Prop.
1140 Denon* LA INI
K1NS1BBA 1* a little
town in Syria. It* poor
Catholics bet us for a
modest chapel. It will
oost only *2,000. Can
you make this your
House of God?
Even a dollar to the
Francis Forever
This young student
for the priesthood has
just begun his six
years of study at the
Pontifical Greek Sem
inary in Rome.
PALACE OF GOLD
Father Eugene in Jerus
alem Is hoping and pray
ing that a home for Old
Folks might soon become
a reality in that holy
city. Can you help?
Every mite is precious.
You will be blessed
abundantly.
ganda without allowing the other
side to be heard. Unless the
B.B.C. Is prepared to allow com
petent speakers the same oppor
tunities as it has given to Mrs.
Knight it must appear as favor
ing attacks of this nature. If the
opportunity is not given then a
monopoly power has been used
to our detriment."
The Catholic Herald also attack
ed the B.B.C. for allowing the
broadcasts.
"It is not its business in a popu
lar talk to go out of its way to chal
lenge the religious views of most
listeners,” it said. "The only cir
cumstances in which the BBC.
might feel itself entitled to do this
would be if so solid a case were
made to show that religion is ac
tually harmful to public and so
cial morals that the C. itself—
at present run within the general
acceptance of the main streams of
Christianity had to ask itself
whether its underlying religious
assumptions were socially harmful.
The Christian religion remains the
tradition of this country, and it is
practised by many millions and re
spected by many more.”
GOD’S WANT AD-ONE CHAPEL
SISTER ROSETTE NOT RICH. This lovely novice with the Sisters
of the Rosary in Jerusalem needs *150 for her last year of training
before she begins her missionary career among God's poor. Can
you make Rosette your adopted daughter?
8HROUDS HAVE NO POCKETS. The Lord gave Himself to us in
His last will and testament. Please do remember Him and the
Near East Missions in your own will. Many blessings will be yours—
now and in eternity.
8TRINGLESS GIFTS are placed in our emergency fund which the
Holy Father uses to meet many urgent mission appeals which he
receives daily. Please do help him.
THE MASS THAT MATTERS
We offer a specially pre- be needing a MASS
pared picture of St. Pius BOOK coating *50 for
suitable for framing. this chapel. Perhaps you
for each gift of *10 or V would like to remember
more for the new Pope y a loved one In whose
Pius chapel in Jordan. yJHLarjf/ n memory it is given.
Don’t fail to have a P*rase help us in this
share in this shrine in work so dear to God.
the Holy Land. We will
CHAPEL OF THE
MONTH CLUB will do
wonders. Sacred arti
cles will be needed for
the humble chapel in
KINSIBBA. Write for
our pamphlet “HOW
CAN I HELP?”
Your Priest
Can you make him
your adopted son in
Christ? You may give
the *600 needed in
any installments. God
willing, he will be
your very own priest.
God will bless you.
OLD FOLKS* HOME
Our new Dollar-A-Month
Club which bears the
lovely title of “Palace of
Gold” has been created
to find a home for the
aged In Jerusalem.
Write for our new pam
phlet on this work en
11 tied “SOMEBODY’S
MOTHER.”
FEBRUARY CLUBS. Your monthly dollar to a mission club will
be used this way during the month of February: CHRYSOSTOMS,
for the education of our studenta for the priesthood*•••MARY’S
BANK for the work of the Good Shepherd Slaters in Dekouane,
Lebanon****BASILIANS for Father Victor’s foundlings in
Egypt*•••ORPHAN’S BREAD for the bomrless refugee children
in Palestine”••DAMIEN LEPER FUND for our lepers at Palayoor.
India””PALACE OF GOLD dollars will go to Father Eugene in
Jerusalem for the old folks’ home which we hope to build*”*
MONICA GUILD and CHAPEL-OF-THE-MONTH for the chapel at
Trivandrum in lndia””SACRED ARTICLES to the ehapel at Kta
aibba, Syria.
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inert Spellman, Pro*4ent Magr. Thome* J. McMebse, Net*! Soc'y
Sen* ell commonicotlon* tei
CATHOLIC NIAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION
480 Lexington Aw. at 46th St. Now York 17, N. Y.
Meet Sunday
Miss Nell Flautt, central deanery
president, announces that the quar
terly meeting of the central dean
ery, DCCW, will be held Sunday,
Feb. 6. at 2 p. m. in St. Catharine
Church, 504 S. Gould Rd.
Appearing on the program will
be Father Joseph James, profes
sor of music at the Pontifical
College Josephinum, who will speak
on the "Legion of Decency Sis
ter Ignatius Marie. S.N.D., dioce
san coordinator of educational TV,
who will discuss ‘The Apostalate of
Educational TV,” and the Rhythm
Band from St. Leo School.
Members of St. Catharine coun
cil serving as hostesses will be
Mrs. John P. Dunkle, Miss Adele
Foley, Mrs. C. W. Lingo, Mrs. Dan
Bush, Mrs Joseph Brosemer, Mrs.
Robert Farley, Mrs. Elmer Jacobs
and Mrs. James Trapp.
Ohio------
News In Brief
STEUBENVILLE —Contributions
amounting to $25,000 from the
four major banks in Steubenville
spearheaded the opening report
meeting of the campaign for funds
for St John Hospital. Bishop John
King Mussio expressed "great sat
isfaction” as an unofficial first
total of more than $75,000 was
announced. The goal is $400,000.
SPRINGFIELD Editorial re
action has been favorable to a
Catholic sponsored effort to check
the dissemination of "horror
comics” and immoral literature
in Springfield. Both the Spring
field Daily News and the Sun
commended the Student Council
of Catholic Central High School,
whose president, Thomas Beach,
presented the original petition
for a clean up last December.
CUYAHOGA FALLS—Reverence
for the family, bulwark of Chinese
society for 5,000 years, was shat
tered by the Communists in two
years. So reports Maryknoll Father
Lloyd Glass, now stationed in Cuy
ahoga Falls, who served 16 years
in South China before the Reds
rejected him in 1951. He believes
the Chinese children will be lost
to the Church and to civilization
in general because of propaganda,
Red military training and separa
tion from their families.
Holy Name
Notes
KENTON—Under a recent re
organizational move, the following
men have been chosen to serve the
Holy Name Society ot Immaculate
Conception parish until September,
1955: A. J. Dick, president John
Scharf, vice-president Jim Edman,
secretary Bernard Cavin, treasur
er, and Mark Summers, marshal.
Father Vincent Mooney is chaplain.
The membership comm i 11 e e,
headed by Scharf, includes Paul
Shaffer and Willard Holland. John
Berger,’ chairman of the program
committee, is working with Mel
Friedel and Charles Sietz. Francis
Dick is chairman of the sick and
vigil group, which includes John
Bookmyer and Eugene Schwartz.
Sunday. Feb. 13, is Communion
Sunday, for the Holy Name Society
and the Knights of Columbus, who
will join together for a Communion
Breakfast. Father John Staunton,
executive secretary of the Ohio
Catholic Welfare Conference, will
be the guest speaker.
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Lives of Young Saints
In ‘Comic Book' Format
DAYTON, O. —(NC)— A "pics
ture-story book’’ relating the lives
of five young saints will be pub
lished here Feb. 15 by the George
A. Pflaum company, the publisher
announced.
Written by Mary Fabyan Win
deatt and illustrated by Mart
Bailey, the comic book style publi
cation is called “Of Such Is The
Kingdom.” It presents the lives
of SS. Maria Goretti, Dominic Sa
vio, Gemma Galgani, Agnes and
Stanislaus Kostka. Forward to the
book’ is by Father James Conroy,
national director of the Fighting
69th and editor of the youth sec
tion of Our Sunday Visitor.
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Sad Nota
The dove of peace seems to have
turned out to be a parakeet who
doesn't talk clear enough to send
a message.
RUC
Siring that ntabna ruga
im they were when new
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she barks and annoys the neigh
bors. And I will not have the
neighbors annoyed.
Our dog therefore occupies a
place either in the kitchen or in
the basement—mostly the former.
In the kitchen, she lies across a
doorway, where a folding gate has
been installed to keep her out of
the dining room.
I HAVE BEEN A SLAVE of fold
ing gales ever since we first began
having children I have spent near
ly half my life unfastening and
fastening gates which protected
crawling and toddling children
from tumbling down stairways.
I never looked forward to the
time when there would be no tod
dling children in our house. I
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As Matters Stand-------------
Joe Breig Says
Why Do Tails Wag?
The wagging of a dog’s tail in
trigues me. Let -it be understood
that I am not among those known
as dog lovers I
vive the absence
if animal life in
our home. Our
children have a
dog, and I wish
they hadn’t.
"Lady” is a
nuisance around
the house. And
there is no way
of not having
her around the
house. When
she is outside,
could easily sur-
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If you haven't been reading the
want eds, you have been losing
money Read them anc profit.
would be glad to see an endlesi
succession of them. But I did look
forward to the time when 1 coulc
move about without stopping to
open and close gates.
I did enjoy a year or two oi
unaccustomed freedom and mobil
ity before Lady arrived. It was won
derful to be able to walk from
room to room, and up and down
stairways, without running an
obstacle course. But my liberty
was short-lived.
ALMOST NEVER,
now, do I go
directly from the dining room into
the kitchen, or vice verse. Not only
does that involve unfastening and
fastening Lady’s folding gate, but
also stepping over or around Lady.
I take the long way through the
door which goes from the kitchen
into the living room.
Stepping around Lady is even
more complicated than opening and
shutting folding gates. The trouble
is that Lady is always overjoyed
to see me. She is everjoyed to see
almost anybody. She is a gushing,
exclamatory, gesticulating female.
She doesn’t want you to pass her.
She wants you to stop and be made
much of.
THE SITUATION
is even more
difficult when Lady is in the base
ment. She lies either at the foot
of the stairway or two or three
steps up. She greets you effusive­
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ly. Getting past her into the base
ment is a feat of acrobatics.
Lady is also an annoyance when I
am eating. This ritual usually takes
place in the kitchen. Opening and
setting the dining room table is
too much trouble. Now, I find eat
ing a nuisance even without Lady.
I begrudge the time necessary to
push things into my head and chew
them But with Lady present, what
was merely an inconvenience be
comes a major penance.
I BEGIN by ordering Lady, with
an imperative gesture to go lie
down. I do not tell her to lay down
as everybody else does. I demand,
from any dog occupying our prem
ises, a decent respect for good
grammar. So I tell ner to lie down,
which she does obediently, looking
reproachfully from her brown eyes.
The moment I am seated she is up
again either sitting beside my
chair and watching every bite I
eat, or foraging on the floor under
my feet.
Dining becomes a frantic process
of stuffing in food between reiter
ated cries of “Lady—go lie down!”
If I could discover some method of
living without eating, I would glad
ly adopt it.
But I must get back to the sub
ject of tail-wagging. As I said, it.
fascinates me Ladv’s bushy tail
waves incessantly like a plume,
indicating her pleasure in human
company. Why did God make dogs
so their tails wag? Was it simply
to provide a signal for lonely folk
that they are loved by Him, if by
no one else? Or why?
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During 1954, there wasn’t a
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the college students. It marked
the first time since the institu
tion was founded in 1846 that a
year passed without a death.
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