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His Holiness Pope Pips XII declared in a specia Social Week “Because of the lamentable in I lux nf erroneous philosophical doctrines and of the sad moral de fection into which many—victims of materialism and ambition have fallen,” the papal message said, “one beholds the spectacle of those who question the value of laws, including ihe most sacred, and. under the pretext of the many’ existing injustices, claim there is no order nf real and objective jus tice.” These idea* about morality and their corresponding influence on the conduct of individuals “also have affected the exercise of the different professions, bringing in the*r train great evils for the individual and for the commun ity, .nd even a loss of reputation for the professions themselves," the papal message stressed. “The professional act must pos sess all the qualities which make the human act morally good.” it said “The social function of the profession is indissolubly link ed to the morality of its exercise. For ths^ reason, e erything pos sible must he done to reevaluate the professions and to restore tn them the meaning they once had. This means ceasing to look upon the professions simply as employ message to the 151 Spanish ment nr a means of money-making, hut rather regarding them as au thentic services to our neighbor and the community.” Vietnamese Reds Extend Limit for Moving to South LONDON (NC) The nearly half a million anti-communist North Vietnamese. many of them Catholics who have not been able to move to the south will have an extra month in which tn try to reach freedom. The communist regime of North Vietnam has agreed to extend the period during which persons in the north may move to the south by one month, it has been announced here by the British Foreign Office. The original cut-off date for mov ing from zone to zone—provided for in the Geneva Agreement—was May 18. While some 700.000 persons from the north have fled to the south, it has heen estimated that at least another 400.000 whn wanted to leavt the communist zone have been unable tn do so. Th^ commun ists have done all in their power tn prevent such moves. Msgr. Glenn Explains Salutation to Our Lady The significance of the Catholic Hour,” declared that when we call Our Lady “Virgin most re nowned,” we express “our delight ed praise of her sublime charac ter, her splendid "And express be in some manner like her, to have her notice, to be pleasing in her eyes." surpassing xirtues, her prerogatives.” He added: we express more: we our own deep desire to Asserting that the Blessed Moth er is ‘not only a renowned queen who may pause to favor with a word or smile one person out of ten thousand,” Msgr. Glenn noted that she is also the “mother of us all, the watchful, interested, loving, fostering Mother of the last and lowest and least of sinners, as well as the Mother of the virtuous, good. Ihe devoted. term “most renowned” in refer was explained Sunday by Msgr. ence to the Blessed Virgin Paul J. Glenn in a nation-wide radio broadcast. The rector of St. Charles Seminary, speaking on “The "Our blasted faith,' he emoh» sized, "gives assurance that no prayer or praise of c.urs to Mary is withheld from her knowledge and de-p interest. Msgr. Glenn also declared that when a human personage is re nowned. ne is “set apart not only in point of exalted position, but also in point of ready communication with the members of the applaud ing crowd. “This is not true of the renown with which we honor Mary. The very voice of praise which calls at tention to her exalted place makes her the'more accessible to every single one of the host which hon ors her.” He continued: “Whan wa cry 'Virgin most renowned, pray for us,' wa too rejoice with Mary in her glorious honor. We too would renown, and for that her. We too would benefit themselves more by understanding the Prayer to the “Virgin most nowned,” he said, “is no far call, lost in a chorus of unnumhpr ed voices, hut a direct and per sonal speech that is directly and personally received, understood and lovingly accepted." off Editors Ureed To Greater (xFoperation BUFFALO (NO—Catho lic editors and publishers were urged to “an even greater spirit nf cooperation” as they gathered here for the opening of their 45th national conven tion. Unable fo be present in per son, Bishop Thomas K. Gor man of Dallas-Fort Worth sent a message to the Catholic Press Association of the United States expressing the “fear that our progress, great as it is, is still lim ited by the inability of many of us fo make sacrifices in order to co operate in nur common great cause.” Bishop Gorman is Episco pal Chairman of the Press Depart ment of the National Catholic Wel fare Conference and honorary pres ident of the CPA. The CPA meeting here it dedi eeted to the memory of Mtgr. Nelson Henry Beker, better known simply as Father Beker, who was one of the pioneers in the work of the Catholic Press in ♦he United States. For many years he combined the duties of publisher and editor of two suc cessful periodicals with those of administrator of his famous homes for orphan children. Father Raker’s first publication, the Annals nf Our Blessed Lady nf Victory, started in 1888. and reached a circulation of 300.000 copies, at its peak. Victorian appeared, zines thrived until they merged into Victorian. In 1894. the Both maga 1929. when the present The Catholic Press Association of the Untied States has “the largest roster of active members” in its history. Charles J. McNeill, president, told the convention that member publications now total 286. and that 23 of these joined the CPA since its last meeting. eAM A. PKUN7.A spread her we pray to have souls more and the Queenship and Motherhood of Mary, seeing her as God has made her and means her to be seen, bringing themselves more and more effectively into the range of her most powerful in tercession." The talk was the fourth of a series of five given hy Msgr Glenn during May. The prelate will discuss the “Queen of All Saints.” on the program next week, scheduled at 3 p. m. Sunday on WLW. o---------------------- Diocesan Students Take Honors in Stale-Wide Tests Four students of diocesan schools took top honors in the final district state scholarship test conducted on college and university campuses earlier this month. Carol Jo Argus of St. Mary nf the Springs Academy placed in the Physics examination, 870 students took the exam. Kasson Carter of St, Charles aratory Department placed second in the tenth grade English exami nation. There were 1115 partici pants. Judith Ann Wesner of St. Mary of the Springs Academy plac ed fifth in the same test. Another St. Charles student. Mi chael Edward Collins, placed sixth in the Eleventh Grade English ex amination out of 1097 participants. Participants in the final tests were selected to represent their schools on the basis of the. results of Preliminary District-State Schol arship tests administered to 120, 128 high school hoys and girls in March. To Note 60th Anniversary NEW YORK (NC) The an niversary day will be “a quiet one,” according to Auxiliary Bishop P. Donahue of New York, who will observe his 60th year in the priest hood on June 8. The Bishop is 84 Vicar General of the Archdiocese of New York, Bishop Donahue will take part in one major event on his anniversary. He will hless and dedicate a recently acquired Edu cation Building to he named in his honor. WANTED SINGLES—DOUBLES—LOTS VACANT LAND. CITY OR RURAL INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL WE HAVE CASH BUYERS For Quick Results Cell HI. 4-9205 Member of Multiple Listing Service OMAR REALTY HI. 4-9205 511 Hinman HI. 4-9509 Rome Post Father James Tuceh e* Dallas, former managing editor of the Texas Catholic, has. arrived in Rome ‘o join the staff of the Rome Bureau of the N.C.W.C. News Service. Father Tuce/ has served on the staff of the Tidings, Los Angeles archdiocesan week ly, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, secular daily, and at Washington headquarters of the N.C.W.C. News Service. Normal Duty Of Laitv Is I he A postulate LEXINGTON. Ky. (NO— The laity must join the apos tolate not because there is a shortage of priests, nor be cause these times are so ex tremely urgent, but simply be cause the apostolate is the nor mal function of lay people, Bishop John T. Russel of Char leston, S.C., said here. Speaking to about 300 delegates to the second annual convention of ihe Guild of St. Paul, the Bishop stated that “Christianity is not just a case of sitting around and receiv ing the grace of God, the Sacra ments and the teaching of th? cler Sty.” He explained that every Cath olic who has received Confirma tion must be an apostle and has the right and obligation to be active and dynamic in behalf of the Church. 'Otherwise," he add ed, "he is only half a Catholic." The Prelate said he was encour aged with the increases in the fig ures for the number of converts. He declared that last year there were about 120,000 converts in the country and this compared with 86,000 in 1947 and 34.000 in 1928 Bishop Russell also said that in recent years the Church and the Catholic way of life have become a matter of great interest to non Catholics in this country. “Together with that interest, nur importance has increased,” he said. He added that with this advance ment of the Church, there is little wonder that an element of the pop ulation views Catholicism with alarm. He singled out several groups noted for their anti-Catholic stands and commented that “the fact that the Church has been growing for the past 150 years and Ihe republic has progressed until it is a leading world power doe- not stop them from ranting on variations of the same hackneyed theme.” The Bishop said this well-worn theme was that “this country is not big enough tn contain both the Catholic Church and the American Republic.” Clergy, Mothers Unite ninth Over John Prep SPRINGFIELD, Ill.—(NC)—Moth ers and clergy joined forces here in an attempt tn stop distribution of horror “comic” books and inde cent literature in Illinois. They tes tified before the House executive committee in behalf of two hills to outlaw the reading material. Few Yugoslavs were surprised hy the announcement of the visit, re ports state. Most people regard it as the logical outcome of long prep aration. It has been known for soma time, report* noted, that an in fluential faction among partisan veteran has been pressing mar shal Tito to restore cordial rela tions betwtan Belgrade and Mos cow. Western democracy, it was pointed out, does not appeal to these veteran communist fight ers, who for many years were taught that without the help of the Soviet Union it would be im possible to set up a communist regime in the "new Yugoslavia." Because nf the impending visit, it was noted, doubts hm been cast nn the reliability of Marshal Tito as a partner and ally of the West ern powers. But in the Belgrade barrel there is always an alarming amount of fermentation which may cause an unexpected explosion. N o bo y knows how long Marshal Tito can remain in power. Like many other Belgrade rulers in the past he may be overthrown overnight Meanwhile, the trial of Father Josip Kapsh, rector of the dioce san seminary in Rijeka (Fiume), has opened in that Yugoslav city before a people’s court, it has b*»en learned here. Father Kapsh and four other members of the seminary staff have been brought to trial following the seminary’s closing hy Yugo slavia's communist regime. Still other members of the staff have been arrested but have not yet been taken before the court. Staff members of the Classical High School connected with the seminary were also arrested when that school was closed along with the seminary. The exact wording of the in dictment is not available here, but it is known that the five de fendants are being tried for re fusing to denounce the Holy See and His Eminence Aloysios Car dinal Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb and for their alleged hos tility to the people of Croatia. JThe rector and the other defend ants arc reported to have been brought into court with their hands chained. They were greeted with shouts of “Death to the fascist beasts.” The closing of the Rijeka schools came as no surprise there. It has been known for some time, reports stated, that Dr. Vladimir Bakaric, president of the People’s Republic of Croatia—a province of Yugo- FARM BUREAU Michael "Bernie" Fox, Jr. 2467'/i Cleveland Ave., Office Columbus 11 Ohio Phone: JE 5424 Res.: JE.7115 111 1L’j All-Aluminum Ventilated Plus an All-Aluminumj DOOR CANOPY i.OOO STURDY ALUMINUM, nothing tn mt. R.0LLED-FORMED nans, lomers n 1 under structure for extra strength ... no as or warp. EXCLUSIVE INTERLOCK construction, posi tively leak proof, rattle proof COMPLETE VENTILATION without splash er leak. Keeps rooms 100, to 20% cooler. ALODTNE TRF.^TMENT of aluminum provides perfect enamel adhesion and color durability. 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Catholics expect relations between Belgrade and the Holy See to become even worse. lie pile irancr given by Mar shal Tito that Yugoslavia’s foreign policy will not he changed hy the visit, it is reported that anti-com munists there believe that Yugo slavia will he drawn closer to Mos cow. “Nothing good for the Catholic cause '’an come from Marshal Bul ganin’s visit,” a high ranking pre late for Zagreb is reported saying. slavia —has been planning to close v hat he has called the last remn ant of reactionary, medieval and anti-socialist educational establish ments.” Recently. Dr. Bakaric requested Father Kapsh to make arrange ments for the celebration of the 10th anniversary of Yugoslavia’s liberation from fascist rule in both the seminary and high school. The rector was reportedly asked to de liver a speech, the text of which was given to him by Ihe commun ist'-. It insulted and denounced the Holy Sep, Cardinal Stepinac and other Yugoslav prelates in strong language, reports said. The rector told the communist leader he could nAt comply with the request. He was quoted as saying: “No priest or Catholic layman who does not want to cut himself off from al! ties with the Church can attack the spiritual authority of the Holy See and the Bishops. It would be against my conscience as a loyal and obedient priest tn com mit such an outrageous act.” “You arp an intelligent man. Dr. Bakaric.” he continued. “You have a law degree from Zagreb Univer sity. You must know that there is a limit to government interference with the conscience of a private citizen. Dr. Bakaric, however, issued an ultimatum to the rector to either comply with his inquest or face charges of “anti-government and pro-lascist agitation.” Father Gapsh persisted in hi refusal. The next day security politf cloyed hr seminary and high school and arrested all staff mern bers and nearly all seminarians, it was reported. LOAN I 4B W. GAY ST Beef Pork Veal Saiuagea J. FRED SCHMIDT PACKING CO. 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