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Mrs. Thomas Duckworth i the
new president of the St luidislaus
parish PTA. Other newly-elected
officers include Mrs. Warren Mar
shall, vice-president Mrs. John
Botchie, secretary, and Mrs. John
Szabo, treasurer.
Members of the PTA will spon
sor a coffee social, Sunday, May 22,
at 2:30 p.m. in the school hall, 277
Reeb Ave. The school children will
provide the entertainment for the
affair. The public is invited.
COSHOCTON—A covered dish
supper attended by 180 persons
was the feature of the recent Sa
cred Heart PTA meeting, the fi
nal meeting of the group until
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P.T.A. NOTES
September. A gift was present
ed to B. F. Brehl, outgoing presi
dent, and new officers were in
stalled. First, second and third
grade pupils entertained the
guests. Co-chairmen in charge of
the event were Mrs. Thomas
Skelton and Mrs. Kenneth Grier.
At the conclusion of the pro
gram, a cub scout troop was or
ganized with G. J. Nugent, chair
man, assisted by Thomas Hamil
ton and Edward Kiefer.
NEW PHILADELPHIA Nev
officers of the Sacred Heart PT/
were installed at the May meeting
which was conducted by retiring
president, Mrs. Charles Cardan
Mrs. Russell Mulady presided a
the installation ceremonies for th
following officers: Mrs. Fran!
Destefani, president Gerald Heil
vice-president Mrs. John Bober
secretary, and Mrs. Andrew Yosick
treasurer.
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io rrayer
NEW YORK (NC)
Thomas E. Murray, commis
sioner of the Atomic Energy
Commission, said here he
looks to womanhood to turn
the world toward that prayer
which is necessary “if man is
to avoid world suicide.”
“I am convinced that the strength
of this as of all nation* lives in its
womanhood.” he told the American
Irish Historical Society, which pre
sented him with its 1955 Gold Med
al. The award is given each year to
an outstanding American of Irish
ancestry.
“Prayer is the one and only force
by which man will ever receive the
inspiration, the courage and the
strength to enable him to direct
nuclear forces toward a better and
mor? abundant life,” he said.
Commisrioner Murray, who I*
a Knioht of St. Gregory and a
Knight of Malta, continued: "I
look to womanhood everywhere
for the inspiration and example
to turn us toward God and pray
er. For wherever men are strong
in their, faith, is not that faith
nurtured from the cradle by their
mothers and strengthene by the
example of their wives?"
Mr. Murray, who has been on the
inside of atomic and hydrogen pow
er developments for the last five
years, said it is not strange that
man has run into trouble in decid
ing how to deal with nuclear power.
“Nothing in the history of the
human race has prepared us to
cope with this awesome situation,”
he said. The world has not only had
no time to adjust, but hardly time
enough to comprehend, he added.
“Yet time is running out,” he
declared “Man must quickly recog
nize his atomic dilemma and make
the superhuman effort to resolve
it.”
Of Interest
To Women
A May crowning will highlight
the May 24 meeting of the St.
Christopher parish Council of
Catholic Women. The program,
w'hich will begin at 8:00 p.m., will
also feature special music by the
eighth grade students. Refresh
ments will be served following the
business meeting. Mrs. Charles Am
icon is social chairman. All women
of the parish are invited.
Mrs. George Fulcher has been
elected president of the St. Au
gustine parish Council of Cath
olic Women. Other new officers
include Mrs. F. Benadum, vice
president Mrs. John Vise, secre
tary, and Mrs. Clara Hess, treas
urer. Members of the council
will receive Communion at the
eight o’clock Mass Sunday. The
next meeting of the group will
be held Wednesday, May 25. at
8.00 p.m., in the school annex.
Women of the parish are invited
to attend the meetings.'
The women of St. Gabriel parish
are making preparations for a
smorgasbord dinner to be served
Sunday, May 22, from 2:00-8:00 p.
m. at the parish hall, 2112 Mock
Rd. Mrs. Helen Stingley is chair
man for the event, assisted by Mrs.
Press Southworth. Mrs. Dan Mur
phy is in charge of publicity and
tickets.
DOVER Mrs. Michael Franz
will be hostess to the Our Lady
of Fatima Study Club Thursday
evening, May 26.
At the group’s last meeting in
the home of Mrs. J. Burkey, New
i 1 a e Iphia, “The Life of
Christ,” by Father Isidore
O’Brien, O.F.M., was discussed.
Mrs. Louis Endres was elected
to serve as secretary-treasurer
of the group.
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DCCN Schedules
Coin in union
Breakfast Sunday
Members of the Diocesan Coun
cil of Catholic Nurses will attend
the nine o’clock Mass at St. Jo
seph Cathedral Sunday to be offer
ed by Father Lawrence Corcoran,
spiritual moderator for the group.
Following the Mass, the council’s
annual breakfast will take place at
the Desert Inn, 3540 E. Broad St.
The speaker for the occasion will
be Father Anthony Becker, pro
fessor at the Pontifical College
Josephinum. The breakfast will
take place at 10:30.
The annual Mass and Commun
ion Breakfast is not intended for
members only. Any Catholic nurse
is welcome to attend.
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annual National League for Nursing convention held recently in
St. Louis. Three of the student nurses are pictured above as they
left for St. Louis. They are, left to right, Rita Willman, Mt. Catmel
Carolyn Bates, St. Francis Hospital, and Nancy Martin of Mt. Carmel
hospital. Eileen Connors, of St. Francis hospital, also made the trip.
Local hospitals are represented annually at the convention.
Examination of Conscience Is
Psychiatric Aid, Prelate Says
Archbishop Cushing Asks Catholic Daughters
Of America to Know God, Self, Christ
BOSTON (NC) Anyone can serve as his own psy
chiatrist to an extent, Boston’s Archbishop Richard J. Cushing
told the Catholic Daughters of America at an evening Mass
the Cathedral of the Holy Cross here.
“There would be much less need for professional psy
chiatric treatment if more people would get down on their
knees before God and carry out, in simplicity and humility,
this helpful spiritual exercise known as the examination of
conscience,’’ the Archbishop said.
The Archbishop said that Catho-1
lies are called the “faithful” be
cause their attachment to the
Church “means that we treasure
as our most priceless possession
the eternal truths upon which the
organization of the Church is
founded, because the teachings
which we accept on the authority
of God are the invisible force be
hind everything we do, because
the Church to which we belong is,
Sf. Leo Parish
Schedules Fete
The St. Leo parish spring fes
tival will take place tonight and
tomorrow featuring dinners, door
prizes and a grand prize.
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller are
general chairmen for the event.
A fish dinner will be served to
night (Friday) in the school dining
room from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Satur
day's menu will consist of chicken
and homemade noodles. Mrs. T. R.
Phillips and Mrs. James Snyder
have been named co-chairmen of
the dinners.
Other chairmen include Mrs. Au
gust Fontaine, secretary Mr. T. R.
Phillips, treasurer Mrs. Leo Her
derick, tickets Andrew Theado,
stand chairman Morris Diamond,
stand construction, and Mrs. Ar
nold Plageman, publicity.
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Akron Carmelite to Hold
Cana Conference Sunday
MT. VERNON—Father Mario L.
Dittami, O. Carm., of the Carmelite
House of Studies in Akron, will con.
duct a Cana Conference Sunday,
May 22, beginning at 1 p. m. in
St. Vincent de Paul Church. Cath
olic and non-Catholic husbands and
wives in the diocese are invited.
Father Dittami is noted for his
Cana Conference work and is the
author of several pamphlets on the
proper preparation for marriage.
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Marks 25th Anniversary
Sister Mary Urban. O.S.F., a for
mer teacher at Rosary High School
for 18 years, observed her 25th an
niversary as a Sister of St. Fran
cis of Penance and Christian Char
ity on May 14.
Sister Urban, a native of Somer
set, O., is currently teaching at
Rosary Hill College, Buffalo, N.Y.
Graduations
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in its essential constitution, the di
vinely established custodian of the
Divine Revelation which indicates
our relation with God and our des
tiny for eternal union with Him in
the happiness of Heaven.”
The three main topics of the
Faith, the Archbishop said, are
knowledge of God, knowledge of
self and knowledge of Christ.
Mere materialistic research
and knowledge, the prelate de
clared, are barren, foolish and
insipid. He added: “To know
the existence of God we need
only to look honestly and hum
bly at the world about us. To
understand the infinite richness
of God's Being, we need only
to read with prayerful attention
the message of God's Revelation
in which the length and breadth
of His mercy and goodness are
laid open to contemplation."
Meditating on the knowledge of
self, the Archbishop said that many
of the “new” scientific methods of
psychiatry have been understood
in a religious sense for centuries
by the masters of the spiritual life.
Knowledge of self, the Arch
bishop said, should go beyond
knowledge of sin and should in
vestigate the stimulating, positive
aspects of human nature, “one of
the most noble products of divine
omnipotence.”
Knowledge of Christ is necessary
because He is the Mediator be
tween God and man, the prelate
said,
“Without Christ we would know
God only from afar and our steps
toward Him would be few and fal
tering,” Archbishop Cushing said.
“His earthly life, lived in circum
stances which we can easily com
pare with our own,- affords power
ful example of the virtues which
He bids us to practice. His sacri
fice of Himself on the Cross has
made available to us the divine
grace which flows into our souls
through the seven Sacraments and
through our prayers and good
works.”
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ROME (NC) Shouts of “Viva il Papa” interrupted
the inaugural address of Italy’s new president, Giovanni Gron
chi. when he quoted the Pope’s May Day discourse to define
the nature and responsibilities of his presidential office.
Even the communists and socialists rose to their feet,
applauding after Mr. Gronchi had cited the “most authoritive
voice in the world to who*? high
wisdom those, too, may turn, with
objective deference who do not
have the gift of a religious faith,”
Mr. Gronchi spoke about the
function of a state based on law as
the impartial guardian of the
rights of all, of freedom and of
the citizens’ equality before the
law. He then referred immediately
to the urgent political and social
needs toward which a democracy
must be directed if it wants to
survive.
It was in this connection that
Mr. Gronchi referred to the
Pope's May Day warning that no
law and no institutional reform
can bring any good "if the ordi
nary men lives in fear of coming
under an arbitrary rule, end
does not succeed in freeing him
self from the feeling that he is
subject to the good and bad will
of those who apply the laws, or
of those who, as public officials,
direct the institutions aid or
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in daily life, all depends on the
connections which he unlike
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Mr. Gronchi’s address, which
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God enlighten and aid our labors.’
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