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fr—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Feb. 4, 1955
Crusade for
Souls Hailed by
Convert Priest
DALLAS, Tex. (NC)
The Crusade for Souls, launch
ed throughout the Diocese of
Dallas-Fort Worth by Bishop
Thomas K. Gorman, has been
hailed as “the most significant
development in the convert
movement in America” by a
leader in the convert aposto
late.
Father John A. O’Brien, author
in-residence at the University of
Notre Dame, told a rally here that
the Crusade for Souls will reclaim
hundreds of fallen-away Catholics
and double the number of converts
in this Texas diocese.
“This is the eighth diocese,” Fa
ther O’Brien pointed out. “to mo
bilize its priests, religious and laity
in a concerted effort to bring the
saving truths of Christ to their
churchless friends and neighbors.
It summons the laity to take a
house to house census of Catholics
and to invite churchless people to
Mass and especially to the Relig
ious Information Forum to be held
in each parish.”
In addresses both in Dallas and
Fort Worth, Father O’Brien stress-
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Protestant Decline in England
Traced to Shortage of Clergy
LONDON, England (NC)
Is Protestantism declining
in Great Britain?
This was the question posed
by The Catholic Herald, a na
tional weekly, in a special ar
ticle in which it recalled a re
cent prediction by Bishop John
C. Heenan of Leeds that in 50
years the Catholic Church will
be left alone to fight paganism
in this country.
The newspaper quoted John
Pearmain, an official of the Con
verts’ Aid Society who is himself
a former Anglican and Methodist
clergyman, as stating that the 20,
000 parishes of the Church of Eng
land (Anglican) today are served
by some 14,000 clergy, while the
2,000 Catholic parishes have near
ly 7,000 priests.
Some other facts cited by Mr.
Pearmain, all pointing to a weak
ening of Anglican strength and in
fluence, were:
ed the key role of the layman in
the Crusade for Souls. He urged
Catholics to attend inquiry classes
with their prospective converts if
it all possible. Often these convert
minded Catholics become the god
parents when the person they have
introduced to Catholicism is receiv
ed into the Church, he said.
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Zonesville
Business Announcements Z-30
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Thress Drugs
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Fifty years ago, with a popula
tion of 34,000,000, England and
Wales had more than 13,000 An
glican clergy. But today, with the
population at 44,000.000, the num
ber of Anglican clergy is only 14,
000. There are 12.000 Anglican in
cumbents (pastors) and only 2,000
curates (assistants).
“One result of this is that in the
next 20 years hundreds, and, pos
sibly, thousands of non-Catholic
churches will be up for sale,” Mr.
Pearmain stated. All his facts
were based on the 1954 report of
the Anglican Council of Training
for the Ministry.
The Church of England is itself
very anxious about the position. It
has recently been making moves
to attempt to secure greater con
trol of its own affairs from the
parliament of the day, while retain
ing its privileged status as the of
ficial church of the nation. At pres
ent, as one example of the politic
ians’ powers, all its bishops are ap.
pointed through the government.
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Jap Catholic Hi Schools
Can Start Junior Colleges
TOKYO (NC) Two Catho
lic high schools for girls have been
authorized by the Japanese Minis
try of Education here to establish
junior colleges.
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Drug Stores
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Requiem Offered
For Sister Ancilla
A Requiem Mass was offered
Tuesday morning at St. Aloysius
Academy, New I^exington, for Sis
ter Mary Ancilla, O.S.F., 76, who
was one of the first teachers to be
assigned to Holy Rosary grade
school, Columbus.
Sister Ancilla, who entered the
convent at Stella Niagara in 1901,
taught first grade pupils at Holy
Rosary from 1906 to 1908.
She also taught at St. Vincent’s
Orphanage for a number of years
and was later stationed at the Di
ocesan Retreat House, the Shrine
of the Little Flower. Sister Ancilla
also had teaching assignments at
St. Ann’s and Sacred Heart Acad
emy in Buffalo and St. Agnes
Academy, Alliance, Nebraska.
Sister had been confined to
Mount St. Mary Hospital, Nelson
ville, for the past six months. She
died Sunday evening, Jan. 23.
Sister is survived by her mother,
Mrs. Francis Hirshbeck, of Buffalo,
N. Y.
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Tomb of St. Bede
Believed Found
LONDON—(NC)—The lost tomb
of St. Bede, early chronicler of
English history who died in 1735,
may be somewhere in the grounds
of St. Paul’s Protestant. Church
at Jarrow-on-Tyne, North-Eastern
England.
Archaeologists who believe they
are finally on the track of the
elusive tomb are shortly to begin
excavations there. They intend to
pull down an old house on the es
tate which they think may be on
or very near the site.
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Father Scherer, Formerly
Of Chillicothe, Dies at 46
PIQUA Solemn Pontifical
Requiem Mass was offered in St.
Boniface Church here last week
for Father Joseph P. Scherer, 46,
who died of a heart ailment in
Albuquerque. N M., four days
earlier. In ill health for several
months, Father Scherer was visit
ing his sister when he was stric
ken.
Father Scherer served as assist
ant pastor at St. Peter Church,
Chillicothe, in 1941 The following
year he became a chaplain in the
Air F’orce, and at the time of his
death was serving as chaplain at,
the Veteran's Administration Cen
ter in Dayton.
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NEW YORK—(NC)-—New York
University will offer a course en
titled “The Catholic Church Since
the Reformation,” during the
spring term.
Father Andi%w J. O’Reilly, coun
selor to Catholic students at the
university, will teach the course at
the Washington Square College of
Arts and Sciences, where he is as
sistant adjunct professor.
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Phone -2172 Chillicothe. O. B.JIeto St
Drug Stores
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Phone 29-900
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PHARMACY
331 S. Flint Chillicothe
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DUFFY ELECTRIC CO.
Ke builders of Electrical Machinery
Power Construction Work
Phone 3-2206
Bowers
Electric Co.
83 I. Water St. Chillicothe, O.
Dial 2 0688
Jednota Plans Sunday Dinner
W
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The First Catholic Slovak Union (Jednota) will sponsor a cabbage roll dinner Sunday from 11:00
a. m. to 7:00 p. m. at Macedonian Hall, 794 S Front St. Pictured above are members of the dinner
committee. They are, left to right, Mrs. John Thomas, Mr. Andrew Rozum and Mrs. Andrew Hritz The
public is invited.
May They Rest In Peace
ESSMAN, Mrs. Elizabeth, 72,
Portsmouth, Jan. 25, St. Peter
church, Wheelersburg. Survivors:
two sons, a daughter, three bro
thers, three sisters and three
grandchildren-
BRENNAN, George J., 60, New
ark, Jan. 24, St Francis de Sales
church. Survivors: three sisters,
two brothers and several nieces
and nephews.
WEESE, Miss Hildegarde A., 48,
738 Deshler Ave., Columbus, Jan.
24, Corpus Christi church. Survi
vors: .three sisters, and a brother.
CONNOLE, Miss Grace, 66, 93 S.
Chesterfield Rd., Columbus, Jan.
25, St- Catharine church. Survi
vors: three sisters and a brother.
TRe’nOR, Mrs. Gertrude, 86, 407
Oakland Park Ave., Columbus, Jan.
26, Immaculate Conception church.
Survivors: three sons, six grand
children, a sister and a brother.
RYAN, Daniel Patrick, 86. 377
Arden Rd., Columbus, Jan. 26, Im
maculate Conception church. Sur
vivors: his wife, Nell two sons and
three grandchildren.
O’BRIEN, Mrs. Mary F., 65,
Delaware, Jan. 25, St- Mary church.
Survivors: two sons and two
daughters.
NOBLET, Paul Thomas, 40, Mar
ion. Jan. 27, St. Mary church.
Survivors: his mother, two sisters
and a brother-
McFADDEN, Miss Mary L.» 886
E. Broad St., Columbus, Jan. 26,
St. Joseph Cathedral. Survivors:
two brothers and a sister.
CONWAY. George, 73. 224 E
Gay St., Columbus, Jan. 26, Holy
Family church. Survivors: a bro
ther and several nieces and
nephews.
HILL, George W, Sr., 70. 53^
Price Ave., Columbus, Jan. 27,
Sacred Heart church. Survivors: a
son, a daughter, his mother, Mrs
Mary E. Hill, two sisters and three
grandchildren.
ORLETT, Mrs. Elizabeth M, 81.
Portsmouth, Jan. 27, St. Mary
church. Survivors: three daugh
ters, 14 grandchildren and eight
greatgrandchildren.
MATT, Mrs. Mary K., 89. Co
shocton, Jan. 27, Sacred Heart
church. Survivors: one daughter,
a son, two sisters, a brother and
one grandchild.
CARNEY, Mrs. Catherine, 1012
Summit St, Columbus, Jan. 29,
Sacred Heart church. Survivors
a sister and three brothers.
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ROBINETT’S SERVICE STATION
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SWEENEY, Miss Catherine,
Buckeye Lake, formerly of Colum
bus, Jan. 26, St. Catharine church,
Columbus. Survivors: a sister and
a brother.
NICHOLS, Jack Lee, 30, Newark,
Jan. 28, St. Francis de Sales
church. Survivors: his wife, Hilda
a son, a daughter, his mother, Mrs.
Mabie Nichols and his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert N.
Nichols.
RAYMOND. Harry, 62, 30 S.
Monroe Ave., Columbus, Jan. 28,
St. Leo church. Survivors: his
mother, Mrs- Isabell Raymond two
sisters and two brothers.
KELLY, Miss Agnes, 39 S. 9th
St., Columbus, Jan. 28, St. Joseph
Cathedral. Survivor^: a sister and
several nieces and nephews.
O’DAY, Edward, 78, 36 E Gay
St., Columbus, Jan 29, St. Joseph
Cathedral. No immediate survi
vors.
CONTI. John M, 83. 75 Euclid
Ave., Columbus, Jan. 29, Sacred
Heart church. Survivors: three
sons, four daughters. 13 grand
children and one great-grandchild.
CHIAPPI, Angelo, 73,1410 Ohlen
Ave., Columbus, Jan. 29, St. John
the Baptist church. Survivors:
four sons, a daughter, eight grand
children and one great-grand
daughter.
SANDRY, Mrs. Ottilia, 66,
Uhrichsville, Jan- 28, Immaculate
Conception church, Dennison. Sur
vivors: her husband, Vincent two
sons, a daughter, three grand
children and a sister.
WEISENBACH, Frank N., 57,
formerly of Lancaster, Jan. 28,
Corpus Christi church, Newport,
Ky. Survivors: his wife, Mary
two stepsons, a stepdaughter, his
mother and a sister.
WELCH. Miss Nelle, 304 E 17th
Ave., Columbus, Jan. 31, Sacred
Heart church. Survivors: a sister
and several nieces and nephews.
CONTOSTA, David E., 20, 1759
S. Eighth St., Columbus, Jan- 31,
St. Ladislaus church. Survivors:
his parents, Mr and Mrs. Andrew
Contosta four brothers and a
sister.
CASEY, Daniel M, 86. 622 Shel
don Ave.. Columbus, Jan. 31, St.
Leo church. Survivors: four
daughters, a son and 14 grand
children.
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With all the persecution that
is going on in the world today
one wonders why Our Blessed
Lord once more does not throw
open the vault
of Heaven and
speak to Mal
enkov. Mao-Tse.
tung and the
others, asking
them the same
question e
asked Paul
“Why dost
thou persecute
Me?” How
could Paul
persecute the
Christ in Heaven? If someone
steps on your foot does not your
head complain? If the church is
persecuted in China or Korea or
Vietnam it is Christ Who is be
ing persecuted.
risen
In Northern Vietnam the Bish
of of Hanoi was forbidden by the
Communists to make a visitation
of his diocese on the grounds
that he might foment* discord.
The Communists published a let
ter signed by 15 priests saying
they had been deceived by the
Holy See and asking the Com
munists to make things clear for
them. The letter was a falsifi
cation. One hundred thousand
refugees have poured from
Northern Vietnam to the South,
and almost all of them are Ca
tholic. One hundred new par
ishes must be founded. Would
you be willing to help found a
parish in Vietnam, or if you
have not enough, then to sacri
fice a dollar a week for a year
that your sacrifice might com
bine with others.
Here is an example of what
others are doing: we recently re
ceived an offering of $498. The
accompanying letter explained
that the money had been sent
to the donor by the War Claims
Commission for inhumane treat-
Ambulance
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God Love You-------------
If Church is Persecuted
Christ is Being Persecuted
...... .....-...—by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen---------------
ment he had been subjected to
while a prisoner-of-war in Ger
many during the last war. He
expressed his hope that the mon
ey would help the Holy Father
to alleviate some of the misery
which exists in the world today
due to inhumanity.
Won't you join your sacrifice
with one such as this. Send us
your old gold and jewelry, or the
price of a cocktail and a package
of cigarettes. A luxury which
you forego will help a homeless
man, woman or child in a coun
try ravaged by Communism.
GOD LOVE YOU to the Bishop
Sheen Mission Club. “Our month
ly offering of $114.00 is enclos
ed. We now have 132 members.
Cumulative offering to date is
$2197.80” ... to L.L.S. for $5.
“Last summer I contemplated
faking out polio insurance as we
have four children then I de
cided to promise the cost of the
insurance to the missions. Here
is my polio insurance.” ... to
L. C. “Enclosed is $2. a few
crumbs from our table for those
who have no bread.”
Our Lady of Television is seen
on our weekly telecast “Life Is
Worth Living'” You may obtain
a ten inch, exact reproduction
of this statue by sending us your
request with an offering of $3
to the poor of the world. Our
Lady of Television merits a wel
come in your home. Won’t you
send us you*- request?
Cut out this column, pin your
sacrifice to it and mail it to the
most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, Na
tional Director of the Society for
the Propagation of the Faith,
366 Fifth Avenue, New York 1,
N.Y. or your Diocesan Director,
Reverend James Kulp, 246 East
Town Street, Columbus 16, Ohio.
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