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A Good Catholic
a Well
Informed Catholic
Vol. IV, No. 32
Dedication ceremonies for the new Bishop Watterson high school
will be held Sunday, Jun' 19, at 3 p. m., according to an announce
ment by Monsignor Edward Spiers, princip*! of the new high school
pictured above. Construction of the school building, located on E.
Cooke road, just one block east of North Hi.h Street, was completed
last week. The school is co-educational and will accommodate 900
pupils. This is the first of the buildings proposed in the development
New St. Agnes Parish to Open
Elementary School This Fall
Formation of New School Marks 35th Catholic
Elementary School in Greater Columbus
Plans for the formation of a new
St. Agnes grade school the thirty
fifth Catholic elementary school in
greater C'lumbus—were announced
this week by Father Bennett Ap
piegate, superintendent of dioce
san schools.
The Hilltop school will accept
first and second graders when it
goes into operation, Sept. 6 Class
es will be held in the pansh hall,
the east unit of the new church
plant.
Registration of first and second
graders has been scheduled Sunday
by Father Robert R. Schmidt, pas
tor. following the 7, 8:30. 10 and
11:30 a. m. Masses. At that time,
information regarding immuniza
tion shots and health check-ups
will be given out to the parents.
The school will draw pupils now
attending St. Aloysius and St.
Mary Magdalene Schools. In effect,
Father Applegate said, it will great
ly relieve overcrowded conditions
at St. Aloysius.
Two Sisters of Notre Dame de
Namur, who reside at St. Joseph
Academy, will teach at the school,
Father Applegate said.
Although classes will open in
the newly-constructed parish hall,
it is hoped that a school building
eventually will be erected on the
BBC Apologizes
For Blasphemous
‘Family Portrait*
LONDON The British Broad
casting Corporation, state radio
monopoly, has apologized to His
Eminence Cardinal Bernard Grif
fin and the Bishops of England
and Wales for its “grave error” in
televising on Easter Sunday a blas
phemous play about Christ and the
Virgin Mary.
But the corporation, a govern
ment-sponsored body, defended its
decision to repeat the play on a
later mid-week evening, despite
protests, on the grounds that strict
adherence to the Christian line
would “set an undue limitation on
the range of our services.”
Young and
Dedication of New Bishop Watterson High School Set
spacious nine-acre church plot on
W. Mound St., between Wheatland
and Wayne Aves.
St. Agnes parish was organized
by Bish ip Ready in April, 1954.
Ground was broken by Father
Schmidt last September, and the
Bishop blessed the cornerstone of
the church last Oct. 24. The new
parish hall, constructed by the
Kent Brothers Co. from plans drawn
by Columbus architects Ramsey,
Croce and Abbot, is a one-story
brick building, featuring a cement
block interior and laminated wood
beams.
Speaking on “The Catholic Hour,”
the rector of St. Charles Seminary
contrasted what he described as
“the prudence of the flesh” to
the prudence as exemplified by the
Blessed Virgin.
Defining prudence as the "hab
itual knowledge of what to do,
of how to act, in each of life's
practical circumstances and sit
uations," Msgr. Glenn noted that
Holy Day
Next Thursday, May 19, is the
Feast of Our Lord's Ascension
into Heaven. It is e Holy Dey of
Obligation and all Catholics are
bound to assist at Mass. For the
convenience of those who will
be n the downtown area of Co
lumbus on that day, Masses will
be celebrated in St. Joseph's Ca
thedral every hour beginning at
6 a. m. with a special last Mass
beginning at 12:45. Last Mass
at Holy Cross church is at 12
noon.
Old Take Part
The 94-year-old "Queen" Mrs. Zoe Guolot, of St. Raphael's Home
pauses for a moment after crowning Our Lady.
Presen Missa Is
Not Affected By
Sim plification
Msgr. Glenn Assails
‘Prudence of Flesh’
campaign organized by the parishes of Franklin county in 1953. First
year high school classes nave been held in Watterson high school
during the final stages of construction. The rapidly rising enrollment
required the use of the new classrooms. During the past 15 years, the
population in Catholic schools has tripled, rising from 749 first grade
pupils in 1940 to over 2200 first graders this current season.
NC)—
of the
of the
VATICAN CITY (Radio,
The recent simplification
rules governing recitation
Divine Office and use of the Ro
man missal for Mass do not affect
the practical value of existing mis
sals and breviaries.
A statement to this effect has
been made here by the Sacred
Congregation of Rites, which issued
the decree simplifying the rules.
The statement declared:
“It must be noted that such a
reform will still require several
years. Consequently, not only pres
ent breviaries and missals will
keep their practical value, but also
those which eventually may have
to be printed in the meantime. As
prescribed in the decree, the latter
must conform in wery respect to
the present texts.”
A false prudence which manifests itself into a “mean
and selfish concern about one’s own comfort or pleasure or
temporal profit” was scored Sunday in a nation-wide radio
address by Msgr. Paul J. Glenn.
this virtue is often corrupted
among modern dey mon.
We are prone to be prudent with
the prudence of the flesh, the Co
lumbus prelate declared, giving as
examples the parent who reasons
that It is unwise to send his chil
dren to a parochial school, or the
businessman who believes that the
manipulation of certain stocks to
the ruination of his fellowman is
perfectly justified because “busi
ness is business,” or the Catholic
who concludes that fasting and
abstinence are very inconvenient
and cut down on their efficiency.
“And how sadly often in our
day,” Msgr. Glenn continued, “do
we hear the whine of even young
people about ‘security.’ Caution,
foresight, shrewdness, reason, un
derstanding are debased to the
single service of material wealth.
"Man/ a man who never thinks
of his eternal future is avidly
building up a fund for an
nuity that will solace, as he
.thinks, an old age that he may
(Continued on Page 2)
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Th atholic Times
Columbus 16, Ohio, Friday, May 13, 1955
Fr. Kreuskamp
To Celebrate
Golden Jubilee
St. Peter’* ill Honor
Pastor Emeritus Sunday
Father Francis J. Kreu
skamp. for 33 years pastor of
St. Peter's Church in Chilli
cothe, will be honored Sun
day as he celebrates the Golden
Jubilee of his ordination to the
Sacred Priesthood.
The venerable priest, who served
as pastor of St. Peter’s from 1921
until 1954. will return to his old
parish to celebrate a Solemn High
Mass, coram episcopo, at 11 a. m.
Sunday.
Bishop Ready will preside at
the Mess, and Msgr. Roland T.
Winel, chancellor of the diocese,
will be the master of ceremonies.
Father K-euskamp
The sermon will be given by
Msgr. Edmund Burkley, pastor of
St. Mary's Church, Columbus.
The St. Charles Seminary Choir
will sing th* Mats.
Father Edward Kessler, of St.
Peter's, will serve as deacon, and
Father Janies Kulp, diocesan direc.
tor of the Society for the Propaga
tion of the Faith, will be subdea
con.
(Continued on Page 2)
This is May the month of mothers
the month of Mary.
Throughout the diocese the Faithful
young and old, gather to join the rest of the
world in paying homage to Mary the Mo
ther of God.
Since the Blessed Virgin gave birth to Our
Savior, to Him who is the Son of God, she is
deserving of our highest praise. Because of
this position which she has in the Redemption
of mankind she merits dur special love and
devotion.
If wre consider this one aspect alone
that she is the mother 'of Jesus Christ this
is sufficient to elicit our love and reverence
for one so highly honored.
Mary is above all the saints she is most
powerful before the throne of her Divine
Son. It is no wonder, then, that we love her,
that we go to her continually to intercede
for us.
May is the month dedicated to the Blessed
(Continued on Page 2)
Apostolic
Blessing
To Diocese
His Holiness, Pope Pius XII,
expresses his heartfelt grati
tude to the people of the Dio
cese of Columbus,
received this week
Ready.
in a letter
by Bishop
at the di rec
The letter, written
tion of the Hob’ Father by his sub
stitute Secretary of State Monsignor
Angelo Dell Acqua, is in acknowl
edgement of the annual Peter’s
Pence offerings of the diocese
which this year totalled $32,240.56.
The 1955 donation is called a
“magnanimous gesture” by Monsig
nor Dell ’Acqua. In testimony of
his warm gratitude the Holy Fa
ther imparts his paternal Apostolic
Benediction upon Bishop Ready,
the clergy and laity of the Diocese
of Columbus.
Pontiff Grateful
“Mindful of the multiple bless
ings which Divine Providence has
bestowed upon the Diocese of Co
lumbus,” the letter reads, “and
faithful to the tradition of gener
osity which is its proud heritage.
Your Excellency and your priests
and flock have wished, by this mag
nanimous gesture, to give expres
sion to .your gratitude to Our Di
vine Ixird and to your
and attachment to His
earth.
“His Holiness, deeply
of the loving sacrifices
offering has entailed, would have
me assure Your Excellency of His
sincere appreciation and heartfelt
thankfulness for this very liberal
donation, in which He sees a wit
ness to the faith of your people
»nd a renewed manifestation of
that fraternal charity which will
undoubtedly bring down upon them
ever-increasing blessings from Al
mighty God”
devotion
Vicar on
conscious
that this
Each year on the third Sunday
of Lent the offerings of the faith
ful in all parishes of the Diocese
are received for the Holy Father.
The collection is known as Peter’s
Pence.
Originally, it was a tax of a
penny on each house, and was col
lected on St. Peters day, from
which the name was derived. The
collection originated in England in
the eighth century.
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Base
Government
On High Ethics,
Sokarno Pleads
BANDUNG. Indonesia "Inde
pendence with ethics and without
morality would be a poor imitation”
of what the 29 nations participat
ing in the Asian-African Confer
ence here were seeking. Indonesian
President Achmed Sokarno said in
the opening address.
This was one of a number of im
portant and startling statements
made at the Conference which have
so far received little, if any, pub
licity.
“Perhaps now more than at
other time in the history of
world society, government
statesmanship need to be based on
the highest code of morality and
ethics,” the President declared
in Traditional Ceremony Honoring Mary
Mary is not
Nor is it a
is not a be
alone upon
and venera-
The devotion of Catholics to
foolish nor is it unreasonable,
sort of superstition. Further, it
stowal of adoration due to God
one of HIS creatures. Our love
tion of the Mother of Our Redeemer has just
as much to justify it a$ does the love and re
spect we pay our parents, the Father of Our
Country, and other men and women who
mean much to us.
any
the
and
Peter Pence Offering
Earns Pontiff’s Praise
Five Dominican
Nuns To Observe
Golden Jubilees
A Solemn Requiem Mass was sung
in St. Thomas church. Zanesville,
yesterday, by Father James Kim
berley for his mother, Mrs. James
(Petronilla) Kimberly, who died
May 9. Father Kimberly is pastor
of St. Patrick’s parish. Junction
City. Burial took place in Zanes
ville.
Attend Annual Curriculum Development
The Second Annual Meeting of the Community Supervisors was held at St. Joseph Academy, Sat
urday, May 7. Twelve of the seventeen religious Communities teaching in the diocese were represented.
Current topics of discussion were. Education by Radio and Television, School Lunch Program, Dioc«san
guidance Center, Status of the Lay Teacher, and other diocesan policies. This meeting was held in con
junction with the final Diocesan Curriculum Development Commmittee Luncheon. The chairmen of the
nine committees gave the progress reports for the year.
st
Five Dominican Sisters of
Mary of the Springs will celebrate
their Golden Jubilee on Thursday.
May 19 The jubilarians are: Sis
tei Bonaventure. O P.. Sistei
Cornelia, O.P.. Sister M. Norberta.
O.P., Sister M. Benigna, O.P., and
Sister M. Leonora. OP.
A Solemn High Mass in the Con
vent Chapel will begin the day-long
celebration The Sisters will be hon
ored guests at a special jubilee din
ner and will receive visits of friends
and relatives during the day.
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Mother of Father
Kimberley Dies
Three States Ban Lend Books
Ohio Solons Set Hearings
New York. Maryland and Texas Governors Sign Laws
Banning Horror Books: Chester Bill Up Here
While the Chester Bill, dealing with the sale of lewd com
ic books was scheduled for a hearing this week before the
Judiciary Committee in the lower house of the Ohio legisla
ture, governors of New York, Maryland, and Texas signed
into law bills designed to oustllewd and horror comic books
and nther obscene publications I
from the newsstands and the hands
of children.
The Chester Bill is known as
House bill number 712. It possibly
faces a lengthy series of hearings
before a vote may be taken.
The Ohio bill would punish per
sons selling obscene comic books,
I
Maycrowners William Boso, and Henry, Margaret, Lin
da, Gail, Jerome and Donald Thibaut.
cartoons and pictures. An attack
on the comic book problem was
promised in the 1954 Republican
State platform, and the Repub
licans have s majority of nearly
two to one both houses of the
legislature.
The Texas bill, signed by Gov.
Allan Shivers, bans lewd, lascivi
ous and obscene literature.
The New York law approved by
Gov. Averill Harriman makes it a
misdemeanor to publish or distrib
ute comic books devoted to sex or
brutality or to sell or show any
body under 18 any other literature
featuring sex or crime. Providing
jail sentences up to a year and'or
fines up to S500 for violators, the
new law goes into effect July 1.
Parents' Responsibility
Ask Mary for Help
In Choosing Your
A oration
Price Tan Cants $3.00 A Year
Holy Spirit Novena
Begins Next Friday
A special novena prayer, carrying the Imprimatur of
Bishop Ready, will be used by the Faithful of the Diocese of
Columbus as they Lift.their voices in the traditional novena
of prayer to the Holy Spirit in preparation for the Feast of
Pentecost,
The novena services, joined in
by the clergy and faithful of the
diocese, will begin next Friday,
May 20, and will close on Saturday,
May 28, the Vigil of Pentecost.
The prayer:
PENTECOST NOVENA
Novena of prayers to the Holy
Spirit preparation for the Feast
of Pentecost
PRIEST AND PEOPLE
O Holy Spirit. Creator merci
fully assist Thy Catholic Church, I
and by Thy heavenly power
strengthen and establish her
against the assaults of all her ene
mies and by Thy love and grace
I renew the spirit of Thy servants
whom Thou hast anointed, that
in Thee they may glonfy the Fa­
ther and His only-begotten Son,
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
PRIEST
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator blest,
And in our souls take up Thy rest,
Come with Thy grace and heavenly
aid,
And fill the hearts which Thou
hast made.
PEOPLE
To Thee, the Comforter, we cry,
To Thee, the gift of God most high.
The fount of life, the fire of love,
The soul's anointing from above.
PRIEST
The sevenfold gifts of grace ara
Thine,
bill, Governor
In approving the
Harriman declared:
While is the
of the parents to
children from bad influences,
the practical situation is that
it is difficult if not impossible
for parents to keep improper
comics away from their children.
responsibility
protect their
The State must step in and help."
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Spring Clergy Conference
Is Scheduled for May 17
The spring conference for cler
gy of the Columbus Diocese has
been scheduled by Bishop Ready
foj 2:30 p. m. Tuesday at St Char
les Seminary.
All diocesan priests, as well as
all priests of religious communi
ties who have care of souk in the
diocese, will attend the session. Re
ligious who have the faculties of
the diocese and who have no oppor
tunity of attending conferences in
their own religious houses also will
attend the conference.
O Finger of the hand Divine
True promise of the Father Thou,
Who dost the tongue with speech
endow.
PEOPLE
Thy light to every thought impart
And shed Thy love in every heart
Our Body’s poor infirmity
With strength perpetual fortify.
PRIEST
Our mortal foe afar repel.
Grant us henceforth in peace to
dwell
If Thou be our preventing guide,
No evil can om steps betide.
PEOPLE
Make Thou to us the Father known
Teach us the Eternal Son to own,
And Thee. ’Whose name we ever
bless.
(Continued on Page 2)
Mt. Carmel Student
Heads SNAC
Rita Devlin (above), a gradu
ate of St. Frances de Sales high
school, Newark, was
president of the Student
Association of Columbus
recent meeting of that
She is a student nurse
Carmel hospital, Columbus.
elected
Nurses
at the
group,
at Mt.
Miss Devlin attended the Uni
versity of Cincinnati for one
year previous to entering Mt.
Carmel Hospital school of auro
Ing.
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