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Sth Ave. Neer Grandview HU. 8-6822 JUST SEE A RANGE DEMONSTRATION AT YOUR DEALER'S...AND GET IN THE CONTEST! mvimtM tl-M Swiss May Remove Ban On Jesuits .-0* ff NOHF 3EWI4 E-mN ADMIRAL We GUARANTEE you'll be completely PLEASED with on electric range or your purchase price will be refunded ZURICH, Switzerland—(NC) There is a fair chance that constitutional provisions bar ring members of the Jesuit Order from Switzerland will be repealed in the near future, according to the Neue Zuerch er Nachrichten, Catholic daily published here. The newspaper said that a reso lution tn abolish the anti-Jesuit laws which was introduced into Parliament last year may soon be acted upon favorably. At th» tame time Dr. Fritz Blank*, member of th* Protest ant theological faculty of Zurich University, wrot* in th* maga zin* Reformatio that prejudice against the Jesuits is antiquated. Along with other Protestant leaders, he appeared to favor repeal of the enti-Jesuit laws. These laws are contained in ar tides 51 and 52 of the Swiss con stitution. Article 51, which was incorporat ed in the constitution of 1848. reads: “The Society of Jesus and societies affiliated with it may not be admitted into any part of Switzerland, and all activities in churches and schools are forbid den to their members. This pro hibition may be extended by fed eral decree to other religious or ders whose activities are danger ous to the state, or disturb the peace between the various relig ious bodies.” Article 52. which was included in the revised constitution of .1874, is as follows: “The foundmg of new religious orders and the re establishment of those which have been suppressed is forbidden.” 0------------------- German Reds Fail to Lure Catholic Youth into Rites BERLIN—(NC) —The East Ger man communist regime failed com pletely in its efforts to lure Ca tholic youths into the Red initia tion rites, Bishop Wilhelm Wes kamm of Berlin stated here. Reports reaching Berlin indicate that only about 20 per cent of the entire youth in East Germany took part in the highly publicized Red rites. ITie youth initiation had been opposed by both Catholic and Prot estant churchmen as opposed to Christianity. The 1955 Spring Range Festival is on! WIN an electric range absolutely FREE! 10 BRAND NEW 1955 ELECTRIC RANGES WILL GO TO 10 LUCKY PEOPLE Attend the "open house” range demon stration at any dealer s store. You will re ceive an of ficial entry blank there. These are the 10 beautiful prize ranges! Lobby! See them on display in the Electric Compan w1' 15W NOT POINT CFNFHl FtECTRtC 405 Catholic Educators Convene Mor* than 12,000 d*l*gat*s from all parts of th* United States attended the 52nd annual convention of the National Catholic Edu cational Association, at Atlantic City, N. J., April 12-15. Pictured at th* executive board dinner meeting am Archbishop Leo Binz of Dubuque, I*, (center) retiring President General Monsignor Fred erick G. Hochwalt (left) of Washington, D.C., Secretary General and Monzignor Richard J. Quinlan of Winthrop, Mass., Treasurer General. Pope Sends True Cross Relic to Noted Stigmatic MUNICH, Germany (NC) His Holiness Pope Pius XII has sent a particle of a relic of the True Cross to Therese Neumann, stigmatic of Konnersreuth, Bavaria. The relic was sealed into the base of a huge cross recent ly set up in the cemetery of that village. The cross was made by Karl Schmitz Wickermann, an artist from Seuchteln in the Rhineland, who was cured of a spinal ailment 22 years ago after a visit to Therese Neumann. Miss Neumann herself suggested that the sculpture be made to represent the vision of the Cross of Christ on Calvary as she had had it on numerous occasions. The relic was sent by the Holy Father in a small silver box bear ing the papal seal. The deposited a document of near the relic telling the how he came to make the sculptor his own story of cross. Mis* Neumann had frequent ly told him of her visions of Christ's Passion. She described the cross Christ bore and on which He died. She had seen it, not as it is usually represented with the two bars crossing at right angles, but with the hori- Using the entry blank, complete this statement.- ”1 wont to be modern and cook electrically because ....'' in 25 words or less. Return your entry lo the address on the official entry blank. Writers of the ten best statements in the opinion of the judges will each win a new 1955 electric range! PHIICO KA E-344 454 WFtrtNGHOusr c*6$l Ft (G-M CUCTWC tMttttt *H TWIMH HU tittint zontal bars diagonally bent to conform to the outstretched arms of the Saviour, in an up ward direction to the left and to the right. Also, she said, there was no footrest. The wound opened in Our Lord's body by one of the soldiers with his spear appeared on His right side, not the left, because the soldier approached the cross from the left. Mr. Wickerman did the sculp ture in accordance with Miss Neu mann’s detailed description. “After my death,” she told him, “there will be an even larger number of visitors to Konnersreuth than dur ing my lifetime. They will see this cross as I saw Christ in His ago ny.” The cross is made of black Swed ish granite The corpus more than corpus and out of one solid block each. At the foot of the cross there is a figure of Mary Magdalen in a position of adoration. and weighs 140 tons, alone has a height of seven feet. Both the the cross were carved 26 Chib Planning 4lh Anniversary Celebration Apr. 2 I The 26 Club will celebrate its fourth anniversary Sunday. Apr. 24. at the Desert Inn with a dinner party which will include films of the club activities. The organization was founded in April. 1951. by Father Earl Holtz ppfel, pastor of St. Augustine par ish. Father William McEwan, then assistant pastor, and five young parishioners. From this beginning the roster of the club has grown to over 100 members from all parts of the diocese. Aim of the 26 Club is to bring single Catholics over 26 years of age together for social and relig ious activities such as Days of Recollection, Study Clubs, Notre Dame lootball games and other functions which are normally held at least every two weeks. The organization, which has no officers or dues, is served by a rotating five-man council. Anyone interested in joining the club may call any of the present council which includes Bob Hedges, Larry Grogan, Regina Green, Anne Kru pick and Mary Posani. o------------------ PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS. Vercelli Medalist John A. See, Sr., father of 12 childrer, two of whom are nuns of the Order of Oblate* of Sis ters of Providence, rs the recip ient of the Vercelli Medal «s the "outstanding layman" of the Phil adelphia Archdiocesan Union of Holy Nam* Societies. He is th* first Negro to be so honored WE PAY AND LOAN 48 W GAY Catholic erein Marks Centurv Of Work Here ST LOUIS (NC) The Catholic Central Verein of America has entered upon its second century of existence. Originally made up of benevo lent societies with a strong German American Catholic membership, the Verein was established in April, 1855. With a present membership of -nmc 68,000 Catholic men belong ing tn 815 branches in 16 states, the Verein can look hack on 100 years of effective work in uniting Catholics for benevolent, charita ble and educational purposes. It is widely known for the encourage ment it has given to the study and practice of social justice as ou* lined by the Popes In it* annual convention* (this year's to be held August 14 to 17, in Rochester, N.Y.) the Verein he* adopted resolutions on a wide variety of subject* from »o cia! justice and morals on the national level to international af fair*, reflecting th* broad *cop* of th* organization's interest and activity. Early in its history the Verein championed the cause of parochial schools, and was one of the first lay groups in the United States regularly to collect a Peter’s Pence for the Holy Father. It has often concerned itself with the plight of the poor and has made notable contributions to the cause of the missionary work of the Church. In pursuing its educational ob jective. the group maintains two libraries, publishes the monthly “Social Justice Review.” and has distributed hundreds of thousands of its own 96 pamphlets and 152 leaflets. It was one of the first organiza tions to call attention to the rural problem and has promoted such projects as cooperative marketing and buying and the institution of credit unions. ..............o-------------------- Nanking Catholics Post Notice of Excommunication ROME (Radio, NC) Accord ing to word received here Nanking Catholics have placed notices in their cathedral announcing the formal excommunication of Father John Baptist Li. former vicar gen eral of the Nanking archdiocese. The decree of excommunication against Father Li was pronounced by the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith almost three years ago. when he defied the authority of the Holy See’s representative in China. The de cree, published only last month, had not been made public earlier because the vatican had hoped for Father Li’s “repentance.” A Mission Bulletin Newsletter published recently in Hong Kong reported that Father Li visited Hangchow, capital of Chekiang, on a communist-conducted tour. He celebrated Mass there, the news letter said, and afterwards gave a talk in which he urged Catholics to follow the “anti-imperialist, love-the-country movement.” claim ing it was in perfect accord with Catholic doctrine. The action of the Nanking Cath olics in placing notice of the ex communication in their cathedral is taken as an indication that in the majority they have not been deceived by the former vicar gen eral who is known to have sub mitted completely to the Mao Tse Tung regime, II PAYS IO USE IHE TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Of Interest to Catholics RADIO PROGRAMS Sunday, Apr. 24 WPKO. Waverly. 8:45 a. Sacred Heart program. WPAY, Portsmouth. 9:30 am. —Father Thomas Wood. Sul pician from Kenmore. Wash. WTVN, Columbus, 11:45 a. Catholic News. WHIZ, Zanesville. 11:45 a m.— Christophers. WBNS, Columbus, 12:4o p. Hour of Holiness—Series of programs featuring excerpts from addresses, encyclicals and letters of Pope Pius XII. WHIZ, Zanesville, 2.00 p. m.— Catholic Hour. WLW .Cincinnati, 3:00 m.— Catholic Hour. 'VPKO, Waverly, 4:45 p. m—- Hour of St. Francis. WCOL, Columbus. 5:30 p. m.— Greatest Story Ever Told. WNXT, Portsmouth. 5:31 p. m. —Greatest Story Ever Told. WNXT. Portsmouth. 6:00 tn. —Hour of St. Francis. WTVN. Columbus, 11:00 p. m.— Ave Maria Hour. Daily WLW. Cincinnati, 6:10 a. St. Mary Seminary—Morning Prayers. TELEVISION PROGRAMS Sunday, Apr. 24 WLW-C, Columbus, 9:00 a. m.— Catholic Hour. WBNS-TV, Columbus, 9:00 a m. —Lamp Unto My Feet. WBNS-TV, Columbus. 9:30 a m. __Look Up and Live—Msgr. John J. Dougherty of Immacu late Conception Seminary. Darlington. N.J., is host to teen-agers during April and May. WBNS-TV. Columbus. 10:00 a. m.—Christophers. Tuesday, Apr. 26 WTVN. Columbus. 8:00 Life Is Worth Living—Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. Friday, Apr. 29 WBNS-TV, Columbus, 9:00 a. m. —Touring the Town—Citizen ship Program in Catholic Schools. Sister Vincent, S.N.D.. citizenship and Amer ican History Classes. WASHINGTON (NO The dean of the Catholic Uni versity of America's School of Theology asserted that it would be a mortal sin “to spend a considerable time in unnecessary servile work on Sunday for example, three hours or more.” Father Francis J. Connell, USSR.. declared. Many Catholics seem to think that a- long as they abstain from their regular week day tasks on Sunday they can do any kind of work they may wish at home. This is a mistake. “The type of work forbidden hy the Church on Sundays and holy days of obligation is servile work —that is, work which primarily involves manual labor rather than intellectual or artistic skill Father Connell said that "the Masons Urged to Drop Opposition To School Bill KANSAS CITY—tNC’)— A person to-person campaign has been launched by the Kansas City Dio cesan Council of Catholic Men to discourage an opposition move ment among Scottish Rite Masons to the bill pending in the legisla ture which would provide trans portation a’ public expense for parochial school students. Based on a fair-play appeal, the Catholic men s council has called upon all its members to contact their Masonic friends and explain the purposes of the hill. A com munication of the Council informs its members: “Transportation of children to and from school is a public serv ice in the interests of safety and health. It is in the same category as the traffic protection extended by our cities at all schools and churches. To deny this public aid to a child trudging along a busy highway jest because he is on his way to a parochial school is pecul iar enough. To seek to justify the refusal with a somber warning against onion of church and state is to manifest the absurdity of the whole position.” The council sent to each of its members a copy of a letter writ ten by William B. Massey, Sover eign Inspector General of the Mis souri Scottish Rite Masons. In the letter Mr. Massey called on fellow Scottish Rite Masons to oppose the bill terming it a “clever device” to get arnund a recent Supreme Court ruling that prohibits use nf the public's moncx for support of private or parochial schools” and calling it an opening wedge for support of sectarian schools hy th*» state.” Remodeling ADDITIONS—REPAIRING ERNEST DeLAUDER EV. 6194 SEWERS AND DRAINS OPENED WITHOUT DIGGING uipm*nt. W nff.r 34 hr. »*rvte* RELIABLE SEWER CLEANING CO. CA. 1-2321 'AM A. SKLNZA THE CATHOLIC TIMES—3 Priest Holds 3 Hours of Servile Labor on Sundays a Mortal Siu motive for performing the work" doe* not effect th* ca»e "A men may not chop down tree* on Sun day even though he doe* it for recreation bu' a typist mey work for pey." He went on to say: “Of course, necessary servile work may be performed on Sun day. A housewife may conk and wash the dishes, because the fam ily mu*»t cat, and Church law does not command that the unwashed dishes be piled up in the sink until Monday i “But unnecessary servile work should be avoided on Sunday. Such tasks as cleaning and repairing the car, building a dog house, beating the rugs, putting up preserves for the winter, trimming the hedges, etc., are not allowed on the Lord’s Day—al least not if they can he done on some other day of the week. 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