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VATICAN CITY—(NCl— As
the Church continued to ex
perience a new persecution in
Argentina, thousands of the
faithful gathered in St. Peter's
Basilica to witness the beatifi
cation of 19 martyrs who died
for the Faith during the
Those present could not help
thinking of the tragic events in
Argentina, where once again
despots violate the rights of the
Church and conscience, and where,
perhaps, new martyrs are being
made to testify to new victories in
a never-ending struggle.
The 19 martyr* died 161 years
ago, victims of a tyrannical state
which had written liberty, equal-
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They died after having under-
gone farcial "trials'* which have
set a pattern for the tyrant* of
our day and age.
All were killed in 1794 during! II
the Reign nf Terror when they re
(used fo take an oath to abide by
the antiCatholic Civil Constitution
of the Clergy. Fourteen men, most
of them priests, who were guillo-l I
fined in l^ival on January 21, 1794,1 I
comprised the first group. The sec-1
ond group was made up of four!
women, three of them Religious
Killed on October 17, 1794, was!
Jacques Burin, a parish priest.
When, in the afternoon, Hi- Hoh
ncss Pope Pius XII, heralded byl
silver trumpets, was borne in the!
sedia gestatoria io the brilliantly!
lighted basilica io join in veneral-l
ing the new Blesseds, the cheers of
the multitude seemed more fervent!
than usual, indicating the strength!
of the bond linking the Pope and!
The exiled Argentine prelates,
Auxiliary Bishop Manuel Tato of
Buenos Aires and Msgr. Ramon
Novoa, pro-vicar general of that
archdiocese, attended the Sunday
morning beatification ceremon-
German Reds Sentence
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the Institute of Dominican
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Dominican Institute Has First
inaugural session in
Philip F. Mulhern, O.P..
director of the Institute since its
inception, presented the certifi-
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Al—---------------------PH. 27346| congress of Religious that the
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Father Philip F. Mulhern, O.P., director of the Institute of Dominican Spirituality conducted at
St. Mary of the Springs, is shown above with three of the Dominican Sisters who attended th« 1955
session. At the left is Mother M. Kevin, O.P., superior general of the Dominican Sisters of Sparkhilf,
N.Y., who received a certificate ugpn completion of the three-year course. Also attending the exercises
were Mother M. Aloyse, O.P., center, superior general of the St. Mary of the Springs community and
Mother M. Geraldine, O.P., superior general of the Dominican community at Blauvelt, N.Y.
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NASHVILLE. Tenn. —(NC)— The reaction of Catholic
people to desegregation in Virginia s Catholic schools “has
been very good,” according tn the superintendent of schools
of the Richmond diocese.
Msgr. J. Ixiuis Flaherty reported
that 14 formerly all-white Catho
lic elementary and high schools
had Negro students for the first
time this year, with 60 Negro pu
pils distributed in grades from kin
dergarten through the ninth grade.
communities in Massachusetts. New
York. Pennsylvania, Texas, Louisi
ana. Illinois. Wisconsin. Washing
ton and Ohio.
Nearly one hundred and fifty
Sisters attended the Institute this
summer. Other sessions for the
benefit of communities on the west
coast will be held at San Rafael
Calif., in August.
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At the same time the principals
of the two Catholic non-pntate
high schools in Nashville—one di
ocesan and one parochial—ended
their first year of integration re
porting the transitipn a success.
Public schools in both Virginia
and Tennessee had maintained seg
regated school systems during the
year following the U S Supreme
Court decision which held '-rgrega
tion in education unconstitutional
The reports on Catholic school
integration in Nashville and in
the Diocese of Richmond were
made in articles in the Southern
School News—the official month
ly of the Southern Education Re
porting Service, set up by south
ern editors and educators last
summer with Ford Foundation
funds "with the aim of providing
accurate, unbiased information
... on developments in educa
tion arising from the U.S. Su
preme Court opinion of May 17,
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Participate in UN Meet
SAN FRANCISCO. —(NCI— Two priests,
the international scene, were among some
60 United Nations member states who attended the special
ommemorative session marking the 10th anniversary of the
JN’s founding here.
give homes more StijEe
ions then plaguing the
Five years later enmity
Reds and the forces of
hurst into revolution In the front
lines against the Reds as a chap
lain was Father Nunez
Now approaching 60. Father
Beaufort declared it no oddity for
a priest to be in the public service
of his country. The Netherlands
equivalent of the House of Reprr
sentatives always has at least one
as a member, he said.
With a degree in international
law nom the University nf Am
sterdam. he was a teacher until
World War II brought Nazi occupa
tion nf the Lowlands
Liberated during the battle of
Ainhem. Father Beaufort went im
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