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2^-THE CATHOLIC TIMES i
Friday, unp 17,1955
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SUNDAY, JUNE 19
SUNDAY WITHIN THE OCTAVE
OF THE SACRED HEART
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer of St. Juliana, Third of
the Octave of the Sacred Heart,
Fourth of Sts Gervase and Protase,
Credo, Preface of the Sacred Heart
MONDAY, JUNE 20
WITHIN THE OCTAVE
MASS AS ON THE FEAST
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prayer of St. Silverius, Third of
th? Blessed Virgin. Credo, Preface
of th? Sacred Heart.
TUESDAY, JUNE 21
FEAST OF ST. ALOYSIUS
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Archbishop Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate to the United States, paid a visit to St.
Mary of the Spring* last week and addressed the assembled community on the work of the Dominican
Sisters. Pictured with the Apostolic Delegate above is Mother M. Aloyse, O.P., Mother General of
the Order.
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Liturgy Of
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SYRIA
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THURSDAY, JUNE 23
WITHIN THE OCTAVE
VIGIL OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
MASS AS ON THE FEAST OF
THE SACRED HEART
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the Vigil, Third of the
Blessed Virgin, Credo, Preface of
the Sacred Heart, Last Gospel of the
Vigil.
FRIDAY, JUNE 24
TEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF ST.
JOHN THE BAPTIST
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Common Preface.
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Human Needs
(Continued from Page 1)
but also and above all morally
and spiritually of human
group* depending for livelihood
on exploiting natural resources,"
the Pope said. "It is increasingly
apparent
character
that the world-wide
of economics and the
privileged nations to
favored ones will af-
ward less
fact the distribution of produced
goods."
Pope Pius told the delegates that
hy frankly facing this basic prob
lem. they can make a large contri
bution toward assuring beyond eco
nomic conquests a moral uplifting
of humanity which in the first
place implies abolishing all indi
vidual and collective selfishness.”
Gifts Near $300,(MM)
ubilees
Fa-
CINCINNATI, 0. —(Nei
ther James F. Maguire, S.J., presi
dent of
nounced
ed gifts
$294,379
the present fiscal year.
Xavier University, an
that Xavier has receiv
and bequests totalling
since the beginning of
Lay Retreats
1955
June
June
July
July
July
July
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(Continued from Page 1)
10:30 a. m. Sunday, June 26, in
St. Mary'* Church, Bremen. As
sisting him will be Father Char
les Foeller, assistant pastor of
St. Aloysius Church, deacon, and
Father John Gamba, assistant
pastor of St. Peter's Church, tub
deacon. Msgr. Frederick Burk
hart, pastor of St. John the Evan
gelist Church, will be the as
sistant priest.
A reception for parishioners,
clergy, and other friends of the
veteran priest is scheduled for
3:30 to 5:30 p. m. in St. Mary’s
Hall.
Born in Castiglio, Fiorento, Italy,
Father Gallorini studied for the
priesthood in a seminary at Arezzo,
Italy, and was ordained hy
bishop Joseph Samassa in
Hungary, June 29, 1905.
of
SATURDAY, JUNE 25
FEAST OF ST. WILLIAM
Arch
Gyor,
came
In December, 1913, he
to the United States, and became
pastor of St. Adelbert's Parish in
Dillonvale, O. He became a nat
uralized citizen In 1919.
Father Gallorini’s next pastorate
w'as at St. Philip Neri in Murray
City, where he served for 29 years.
In 1949, he
present post
was assigned to his
at St. Mary's.
Burkley, who was or
25, 1905, by the late
Monsignor
dained Aug.
Bishop Hartley, will observe his
golden jubilee in September.
Brownell Asserts
Government Ai
Not Barred by
NOTRE DAME. Ind. (NO)
The United States Consti
tution does not bar Federal
and State governments from
cooperating with religious
authorities and assisting our
religious way of life, Attorney
General Herbert Brownell, jr.,
declared here.
Saying the question "has been
raised frequently in recent years”
because the government is forbid
den from “meddling” in religion,
the Attorney General pointed out
that the Constitution does not re
quire that the State and
be alien to each other.
religion
annual
of the
Speaking at the 110th
commencement exercises
University of Notre Dame here, Mr.
Brownell continued
“Today we enjoy the blessings of
freedom of religion in the fullest
sense of that word.” He added that:
“We also recognize the corres
ponding duty of not interfering
with the rights of worship and free
dom of consciene of others. We
know, from our own experience,
that if we are not vigilant, the
virus of prejudice and hate can in
feet individuals of every religion
"We have learned from other
countries how contagious are
the corroding effects of religious
intolerence. We have elso learn
ed from experience in totalita
rian countries that when a na
tion becomes contemptuous of
religion end rights of man, it is
not long before all freedom is
lost."
Th? ultimate solution for inter
national order and world peace the
Attorney General said, is to learn
to resolve the disagreements among
hostile countries as to what is
right and just.
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41 W.
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Injustices to Church
In Austria under Nazis
Defined by White Paper
VIENNA (NC) The injustices suffered by the Church
in Austria under the nazis have been thrown into sharp focus
by a White Paper issued here by the Bishops.
At the same time, the document exposes the false argu
ments put forth mainly by the socialists to continue these
injustices.
The Bishops pointed out that ev
er since the end of the war they
had repeatedly demanded restora
tion of the rights of the Church
violated under the nazi occupation,
only to be met with the excuse
that the time was not yet ripe for
dealing with such questions.
They said that with the signing
of the long delayed treaty with
Austria, this excuse can no longer
be regarded as valid, and the time
has egme to make an urgent de
mand for a redress of the wrongs
suffered by the Church.
The demand* mad* by the
Bishops included the abolition of
th* nazi-enected marriage law
which makes it compulsory to go
through a civil marriage before
receiving the Church Sacrament,
the restoration of state support
denied Catholic schools under
the nazis, and th* return of re
ligion to the curriculum of
state schools from which it
ousted by the Nazis.
the
was
that
con-
The Bishops also insisted
the validity of the Austrian
cordat with the Holy See, which
the nazis ignored, should again be
recognized.
The White Paper recalled that
prior to 1938, the cost of main
taining Austria’s Catholic schools
(elementary, secondary, vocational,
etc.) was met by the state. With the
advent of the nazi regime, all Cath
olic schools were closed. After
1945. Catholics were free to re
build their school system and this
was accomplished to a remarkable
Flaget Council Awards
First College Scholarship
CHILLICOTHE Patrick Roon
ey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Rooney, 544 E. 7th St., has been
awarded a one-year scholarship to
a Catholic college of his choice by
Flaget Council 1071, Knights of
Columbus. The award, first
kind by the local council, was
possible by the success of
annual youth fund drive.
(I to Religion
Constitution
SITUATION WANTED
Call FA. 6066.
"Let us devote our attention to
laws and programs,” he continued,
“which look to human betterment
and we will forever keep the bane
ful influence of the Iron Curtain
from our shores.”
the
the
Fourth Degree members of
Lancaster Council will attend
Solemn Mass in uniform as honor
guardsmen and ushers.
The Knights will hold open
house at their clubrooms, 149’A
W. Main St., beginning at 1:00
p.m., Sunday. Other events on
the jubilee calendar include a
Mass for deceased members
scheduled for 7:15 a.m. Monday
and a luncheon honoring charter
member* and past grand knight*
at 7:00 p.m. Monday. Father
Richard Connelly, pastor of St.
Colman parish, Washington C.H.,
will deliver the main address.
All representatives of fraternal
and civic organizations are invited
to an open house at the council’s
clubrooms, Wednesday at 8 00 p.m.
A dance for all central Ohio
Knights will take place Friday eve
ning at the clubrooms.
The jubilee banquet will take
place Sunday, June 26. at 7:00 p.
m., at the E.ks Home. Guest speak
er will be William l,enox, Supreme
Director of the Knights of Colum
bus of Pennsylvania All state offi
cers are invited.
Council No. 1016 was institut
ed 50 year* ago with 74 mem
bers. Today, the membership ros
ter contain* 350 name*.
Officers of the organization in
clude Harvey Staten, grand knight
Robert Hanson, deputy grand
Young man urgently in need of vacation work
to accomplish return to Xavier University. Can
qualify for construction or other outside work.
extent. However, it was done en
tirely at the expense of religious
communities. Furthermore, since
1945, the Catholic schools have not
received a cent of public funds for
their maintenance.
The Bishops called for the restor
ation of the original legal status of
Catholic schools.
In regard to church property,
the White Paper said that where
as iniquitous measures taken
against the Church by the nazis
have long since been done away
with, the Austrian state has not yet
made any gesture indicating the
intention of restoring to its right
ful owner the properties, including
farmlands and forests, even now
under public administration.
They branded a* nonsensical
the socialist theory that the "an
nexation" of Austria a* part of
the German Reich had meant
the disappearance of the pre
invasion Austrian state, and that
the Austrian Republic
we* an entirely new
free of any obligation
Republic had incurred
ing the concordat of 1933.
(The Austrian government is
formed and supported by a coali­
of 1945
creation
the first
by sign-
tion of two parties—the People’s
Party, which is largely Catholic,
and the Socialist Party, which is
strongly anti-Church. No measure
can be taken unless both parties
agree. The Populists are willing
to meet the demands of the Church,
but so far have been unable to
overcome the deep-seated anti
Catholic hostility of the Socialists.)
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Msgr. Schilling
Will Observe
Silver Jubilee
of its
made
their
from
Patrick, a 1955 graduate
Central Catholic High School, has
indicated he will use the scholar
ship at Xavier University in Cin
cinnati.
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Sehili-
Monsignor Ambrose W.
ing, pastor of St. Bernard parish,
Beverly, O ancNa former priest of
the Columbus Diocese, will observe
the silver jubilee of his ordination,
Tuesday, June 21.
Monsignor will celebrate a Sol
emn Mass in St. Bernard church
at 10:30 a m. Bishop John K. Mus
sio, Bishop of Steubenville, will
preside. Father John T. Dunn,
chaplain of Mercy Hospital, Ports
mouth. and Father Stephen J. Pe
kalla, pastor of St. Philomena par
ish, Caldwell, classmates of Mon
signor Schilling, will serve as sub
deacon and deacon, respectively.
Monsignor Schilling was ordain
ed by the late Bishop Hartley, May
29. 1930. Following his ordination,
he was appointed to the faculty of
St. Charles Seminary where he re
mained until 1939. During that
time, he was also assistant pastor
of St. Aloysius parish and chaplain
at the Columbus State School.
In 1939, Monsignor was appoint
ed pastor of St. Joseph parish,
Ironton. He remained in that ca
pacity until 1953 when he was as
signed the parish of St. Bernard in
Beverly. He was raised to the rank
of Domestic Prelate by Pope Pius
XII in 1950.
Lancaster K of Council 1016
Will Celebrate Golden Jubilee
LANCASTER Bishop Ready will preside at a Solemn
Mass to be offered in St. Mary’s church, Sunday, at 11:00 a.m.
to highlight the golden jubilee celebration of the Knights of
Columbus Council No. 1016.
The Bishop will also be principal speaker at a luncheon
following the Mass. The luncheon
is scheduled to take place at
Elks Home on Main Hill.
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