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e—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Mar. 4.1955
Co-Existence
Is Licit, Says
CAIP Chief
DAYTON, 0. —(NC)— Co
existence with Russia does not
necessarily mean cooperation
with evil, according to Dr.
Raymond F. McCoy, president
of the Catholic Association for
International Peace.
Addressing the Dayton
Council on World Affairs, Dr.
McCoy, who also is graduate
division dean of the Xavier Uni
versity, Cincinnati, defined co-ex
istence as “living with Russia
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without legal warfare.” He declar.
led:
“We all agree that Russian com
munism is ar. evil.” The question,
then is: “Is it right to take steps
to live with the evil that is com
munism or must we take all steps
to wipe it out, including global
war?”
"Although men are not permit
ted to do anything that is itself
evil, there is "no absolute obli
gation," Mr. McCoy said, "to erad
icate evil under all circumstan
ces. Whethei we take a specific
step to eradicate evil depends on
whether it is generally prudent
or wise to do so."
He also cited the words of His
Holiness Pope Pius XII addressed
to the Union of Catholic Jurists in
1952:
“Reality shows that error and
sin are in the world in great meas
ture. God reprobates them but He
permits them to exist. Hence the
affirmation that religious and mor
al error must always be impeded,
when it is possible, because toler
ation of them is in itself immoral,
is not valid absolutely and uncon
ditionally failure to impede
this with civil laws and coercive
measures can nevertheless be jus
tified in the interests of a higher
and more general good.”
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»an Pro-Secretary of State.
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On three distinct occasions, a
huge cross has appeared in the sky
during the tour of the Cross of
Peace, and the phenomena has been
photographed, Father Rives de
clared.
“On October 27, 1951, when the
Cross made its entry into San-
Miguel in El Salvador, another
gigantic cross formed by twilight
clouds and perfectly designed float
ed in the sky,” the priest said. “The
phenomenon was seen by the gover
nor of the city as well as the as
sembled throng and the ecclesiasti
cal authorities.”
Father Rivas spoke also of two
cases of healing of which he said
he had personal knowledge. The
cures, both “instantaneous and
extraordinary,” occurred in Guate
mala, he said. In the first case, an
agonized infant, crying ceaselessly
from some unknown ailment, quiet-
Polish Priests Set
To Erect School
In South Sweden
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (NC)—
A community of Polish priests is
expected to come to southern
Sweden soon to establish a Catho
lic school.
After a number of legal techni
calities have been cleared the com
munity is expected to take over an
estate bequeathed for such a pur
pose by Baron Gustav Armfelt,
Swedish Catholic who died in 1952.
Negotiations are now. going on with
the Marian Fathers of Eawley
Court, near Henley cn the Thames,
England, to take over the estate
and establish a Catholic school in
that predominantly Protes a n
area.
Baron Armfelt was married to a
Polish woman and under her influ
ence became a convert in 1897.
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chapel now serve* the spiritual welfare of travellers and is believed to be the only on* of its kind
in the country.
Miraculous Events Reportedly
Mark Cross of Peace Tour
MEXICO CITY (NC) Many apparently miraculous events have been attributed to
the Cross of Peace which was blessed in Jerusalem five years ago and sent to Latin America
on a crusade of prayer for world peace.
This report was made by Father Antonio Rivas, O.F.M., a representative of the Cus
todian of the Holv Land, on the eve of a return visit here of the Cross of Peace which con
tains a relic of the True Cross. The
cross was due to be brought here
from Venezuela. It first came to
Mexico in January, 1950, when it
was venerated by more than 500,
000 faithful.
ed instantly on contact with the
cross, he stated. In the second case,
an elderly woman, a paralytic for
more than 20 years, recovered the
use of her legs when she kissed the
kCross, according to the priest.
Father Rivas declined any com
ment on the reputedly miraculous
signs beyond stating that they had
been vouched for by ecclesiastical
officials. He said that the chief
concern is that the Cross of Peace
The President said it was sig
nificant that war veterans have
seen fit to conduct a “Back to
God” campaign. “Veterans,” he
added, “realize, perhaps more
clearly than others, the prior place
that Almighty God holds in our
national life. And they can appre
ciate, through personal exper
ience, that the really decisive bat
tleground of American freedom is
in the hearts and minds of our
own people.”
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and the crusade of prayer will help
save humanity from the horrors of
another world conflict.
When the Cross of Peace was
brought to Mexico in 1950, it was
venerated in the churches of the
capital only. This time, it will be
taken to various key centers of the
country as well, thus giving Mexi
can Catholics generally an op
portunity to join in the veneration
services and the prayers for peace.
Youth Should Recall Spiritual
Heritage, Father Keller Urges
NEW YORK (NC) “If young people today are to re
ceive the Godgiven heritage which is their due, they must
have nothing less than the religious training that George
Washington received through his home, church and school.
“To fail to give young people a complete spiritual train
ing is to short-change them.’’
These observations were made
by Father James Keller, M.M.
founder of The Christophers on
the “Back to God” radio program
of the American Legion, broadcast
from the Grand Central Terminal
here, Sunday
President Eisenhower gave the
concluding talk on the program.
Father Keller quoted “a few out
of hundreds” of statements made
by the First President which re
veal “his deep faith in God, which
was the source of his great gener
osity, strong sense of responsibil
ity and extraordinary courage.”
He declared: $
"Instead of b*mo*ning th*
trend to juvenile delinquency,
let us each do something posi
tive and constructive. On* step
in th« right direction would be
to r*stor* to th* classroom a
knowledge of th* spiritual truths
on which our nation is founded,
end which were the meinspring
of th* greet men who founded
our country. Every student has
a right to know this pert of his
heritage, end all of it can be
taught under existing laws."
Each day we must ask that Al
mighty God will set and keep His
protecting hand over us so that we
may pass on to those who came aft
er us the heritage of a free peo
ple secure in their God given rights
and in full control of a Govern
ment dedicated to the preserva
tion of those rights.”
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Condemned Man’s
Final Hours Kept
Secret by Priest
LONDON, (NC) A Catholic
priest has refused to disclose
whether he heard the last con
fession of a Londoner hanged four
years ago for a murder he may not
have committed.
Father Joseph Francis, visited
the condemmed man. John Timothy
Evans, while he was awaiting hang
ing for the murder of his infant
daughter. A sensation was caused
in a recent parliamentary debate
on capital punishment here when
the Home Secretary at that time,
Chuter Ede, who was responsible
for the final decision on Evan’s
execution, admitted that a mistake
was probably made. After Evans
death another man living in the
same house was found guilty and
executed for murdering six women.
Evans we* a Catholic. The peo
ple, popular Sunday newspaper,
said that th* man's mother, a
non-Catholic, had declared she
was going to writ* to th* Pop*
for permission for Father Francis
to give details of hi* last visit
with her son. Th* paper added
that th* priest had told her: “I
have always believed your son
was innocent. He was not a mur
derer."
He would give no further de
tails. He stressed that this was
purely a matter of personal feel
ing and was not based on anything
he had heard. At no time did Fa
ther Francis reveal whether he had
or had not heard Evan’s confession.
As the Catholic Times pointed
out, no Pope would ask a priest to
reveal anything told him in con
fidence. And the Holy Father him
self could not dispense a priest
from the absolute secrecy of any
thing told in confession.
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John Dulanty, Noted Irish
Diplomat, Dies in London
LONDON—(NO One of the
men prominent in the negotiations
that led to the establishment of
the Irish Free State after World
War I died this past week in Lon
don.
John W. Dulanty, the Irish Re
public’s first ambassador in Brit
ain, died at the age of 71. He is
credited with probably having done
more than any other single man to
establish good relations between
the Irish Republic an Great Brit
ain after years of bitterness.
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Sunday Shopping
Scored in Article
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21 (NC)
A lawyer and a theologian con
demned shopping on Sunday in the
current issue of Catholic Men,
monthly magazine of the National
Council of Catholic Men.
A public opinion awakened
against buying at “Sunday sales” is
preferable to court action, “which
should be undertaken only as a last
resort,” Vincent Allred, an attor
ney of the staff of the Legal De
partment, National Catholic Wel
fare Conference, asserts.
A reminder that Canon Law for
bids public buying and selling on
Sunday, unless an exception is
made due to legitimate custom or a
Church dispensation, is given by
Father Francis J. Connell, C.SS.R.,
dean of the School of Sacred The
ology at the Catholic University of
America.
“Catholics,” he says, “should take
the lead in checking this abuse.”
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Catholic Library in Tokyo
TOKYO—(NC) Something new
in mission ai.nals was recorded
here when a library established as
a parish venture in 1949 was form
ally recognized as a Catholic public
library for the Archdiocese of
Tokyo.
The library was begun by Fa
ther Peter Krumbach, S.J., at St.
Ignatius Church. During the past
six years it has registered 40,000
book loans and has lost only 17
volumes.
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