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2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Sept. 16,1955
'MASS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
FEAST OF THE IMPRESSION
OF THE STIGMATA OF
ST. FRANCIS
While vestments. Gloria.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,
THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY
AFTER PENTECOST.
Green vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer of St. Joseph Cupertino.
Credo. Preface of the Trinity.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,
FEAST OF ST. JANUARIUS
AND COMPANIONS.
Red vestments. Gloria.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,
FEAST OF ST. EUSTACE
AND COMPANION:
VIGIL OF ST. MATHEW.
Red vestments. Gloria, Second
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the Vigil.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,
FEAST OF ST. MATHEW:
EMBER WEDNESDAY.
Red vestments. Gloria. Second
prayer of the ferial day. Credo,
Preface of the Apostles. Last Gos
pel of the ferial day.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,
FEAST OF ST. THOMAS OF
VILLANOVA.
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer of St. Maurice and
Companions.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,
FEAST OF ST. LINUS:
EMBER FRIDAY.
Red vestments, Gloria. Second
prayer of the ferial day, Third of
St. Theda. Last Gospel of the feri
al day. ___
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,
FEAST OF OUR LADY OF
MERCY: EMBER SATURDAY.
White vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer of the ferial day. Credo,
Preface of the Blessed Virgin, Last
Gospel of the ferial day.
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I the letter contained nu in
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"cheerful lone” which made her
lecl he was being treated reason
ably well The letter acknowledged
receipt of some letters and pack
ages from his brother and sisters.
6 9 8 1
Convert Couple
(Continued from Page 1)
sought the direction of Father Al
bert V. Kessler, the pastor of Cor
pus Christi Church, who put them
under private instruction.
“Neither of us was easily con
vinced. though.’’ said Martha. “We
went weekly for a solid year be
fore consenting to be baptized.”
At the time they bad been mar
ried for three years and had two
children. Since then they have
known want, plenty, sorrow, joy.
But the faith they found has taught
them that they are a specially
blessed couple.
"1 consider myself to be one
of God's chosen few in this great
work," the tiny mother explain
ed. And Bill added, "If we're
able to rear those young ones in
the fear of God, I'll consider my
self a very happy men."
For the past five years Wilbur
has been a draftsman for the An
chor-Hocking Glass Corporation
here. A soft-spoken, agreeable
looking gentleman of 36. he studied
at Ohio State University for two
years. His wife, by the way enroll
ed in a correspondence course re
cently in journalism.
In 1945. with three children and a
job in Columbus, the Nungessers
moved to a farm several miles
north of Ixigan. For four years Will
travelled daily to Columbus, a 100
mile round trip, and the family
weathered trying winters in an un
satisfactory house
At the end of those four years
they moved to Ixigan. And there
were now 10. twice as many as
they had taken out of Columbus
For two sets oi twins and Mary had
arrived on the scene in the mean
time. Six of them were not yet
school age.
Then misfortune struck, when
Nungesser was unemployed for
fui. months. Virtually all of the
children were down that winter
with influenza, mumps, chicken
pox. measles, and whooping cough.
At no other time has the family
had a serious illness.
Since that year the breadwinner
w hose daily purchase of 15 quarts
of milk helps along the dairy in
dustry. has worked here The pKrt
winter he planned tn move the
family to l^ancaster. And this
bring- us up 1o date in his tele
phone chat with Sister Charlene.
Th* convert coupl* who had
I b*friond*d Wilbur and Martha
mor* than a decade earlier now
«**mon»trated that (riend*hip
I with Catholic action. They mort
gaged their own home in order
to purchase a hou*e in Lanca*-
Father Gordon
(Continued from Page 1)
August, 1953. He had been refused
an exit permit by the Reda in
1951.
B**«do* Sister Virginia, Father
Gordon ho* another «i*ter and
two niecee in the Dominican Or
der working in th* dioeete. Si*
♦er Mary Edmund teach** at St.
Francis tchool, Columbu* Sit
ter Miriam i* principal of St.
Gabriel School, and Sister Mary
Frederick teach** at Holy Spirit
School.
A brother, Wtlliatn F. Gordon,
resides at 2317 Woodward
Columbus, and is a member
Thomas parish.
rl
Appreciates
of St
been
since
No satisfactory word had
received from their brother
his arrest until a letter arrived
.three weeks ago written by Father
Sister Virginia said she feels
certain, however, that her broth
er ha* not been able to say Matt
since he was placed under house
Father has been living in the
servant s quarters of the American
Dominican house in Foochow along
with two other Dominican priests.
Father Joseph Hyde and Father
James G. Joyce, who have also been
released.
According to an Associated Press
ielease early this week. Father
Gordon and his two companions
are among a group of ten released
this week The AP account report
ed that Father Gordon was order
ed to leave China within a pre
scribed period because he
shielded counter revolutionary elc
ments.”
The State Department has re
vcaled that Father Harold Rigney.
S.V.D., who has been in a Rod
prison, also will be released with
the Dominican priests.
tor's west end for the fewwly of
14.
Just before moving time, how
ever, the Nungessers experienced
what could have been a tragedy,
but which proved to be not only
another serious trial, but also the
occasion for friends and neighbors
to give an overwhelming display of
Christian charity.
Feb. 4 was a sub-zero night. A
fire demolished the family's resi
dence. Not more than a few fur
nishings were saved but not one
of the 14 was harmed, either.
Word spread fast through these
parts. Within a few hours the call
to assistance had brought fur
niture, bedding, clothing, and food
from Will's fellow workers and
many whose hearts wjere torn at the
valiant couple's misfortune. While
their moving time was premature,
they soon adjusted themselves to
their adequate quarters.
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Gliurch Has Moral l)ut\
(Continued from Page 1)
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The Pope explained that theLh’tremendous changes undeigone
i hurc like the slate, has a sover-lhy the western world -inc e Ihe
ign right to all she needs for at-l Middle AgM through the rcligiou
taming het aims inc luding matri i Isthisms ol the 16lh nitirv mil
al means He went on (o say. Ilhf- rationalism and liberalism
"While th* Church and the lu hn led to the 19th cent in y st at e
state ar* independent power*, I" ’h its power politics and secular
they muit not, because of this, Iiicd civilization
ignore or even les* fight against I 'Ihe Catholic
each other. It is far mor* in con- I identify heiscdt
formity with nature and th* Di- |hei natuic* does
vine will that they collaborate |t» Wpe said She is, however,
in mutual understanding, be- Iprepafed to maintain relations
cause their activity* apply to |Wj« vultures She- leeogm/e
the same subject, namely, the each ot them is not contra
Catholic citiien. Certainly case* Idictory to human nature Rut. in
of conflict remain possible: when (addition, she introduces into each
th* state's lew* injur* Divine (culture the truth and grace of
right* the Church hat a moral (Christ, and thus brings culture.-,
obligation to resist this." hloselv togethet Ihtough this, the
The formula of Pope l-eo has al-|l hl"vh greatly contributes to
way* With the exception Of a fcw|bnnging about world peace.
reiiluiies expressed the mind of| In conclusion Pope Puis \oued
the church the Holy Father told|thv hole that histoiians seai clung
the httoi urns |for thp ’, u‘h
Concerning the so called medie impartiality, and will not permit
vol conceptions of the relations|’*’',«arlvcs to he mtluenced by sub
between the spiritual and the tem p*'1’11' consideration,
poral powers, the Pope said that in|
waging bailies like those over the|
11 I
right of investiture, “the C.iurch|
delcnded highly spiritual and mor
al ideals” He pointed out that the|
Church's efforts to remain inde-|
pendent of the civil powers have|
always aimed “to safeguard fire
I
Th* Pop* reminded of Canon I
1351 which stipulate* that no I
on* is to be induced to embrace I
th* Catholic Faith against his
will.
Discussing the relations between
the Church and culture, the Pope
explained that the Church s power
ful influence upon cultural devel
opment in the past 2.000 years de
rives from her spiritual nature
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I'hcii' 15th wedding anniversary Solemn blessing in the ancient rites featured the enthronement
is next Wednesday and as Mrs.| of Rt Rev Bonaventure Knaebel, O.S.B., to th* fifth abbot of St.
Nungesser looks forward to a still--( Mei nr ad Archebbey in 101 years. Archabbot Knaebel is Coadjutor
larger family, she can point proud Archabbot Ignatius Essar, O.S.B., who after 25 year* as abbot,
ly to her even dozen healthy, clean-1 petitioned the Holy See for a coadjutor. St. Meinrad Archabbey
cut youngsters—nine of them boys| houses mor* than 200 monks and some 700 seminarian*. Left to
—an 1 thank God for the grace that right are Monsignor A. G. Sprigler of Evansville, Ind., Archbishop
brought her both the true faith and| Paul c. Schulte of Indianapolis, who officiated, end Coadjutor Arch
an appreciation of His blessings—( abbot Bonaventure Knaebel, O.S.B.
all 12!
"Deep Faith’ of Wehrle
I (Continued from Page 1»
lpt^ plants, among customers and the
I
filling oi orders
Following the sale of
the bust
I
ness in 1936 the Wehrle men de­
Rehearsal dates have been sched-l voted their time to their extensive
uled for members of the centrallgas and oil interests and the Wehrle
deanery. DCCW, who will partici-l Realty company with offices in
pate in singing the Pontifical Highltheir then newly erected building
Mass which will officially open thelln West Main street
W s 10th annual convention.! ()ne of the outstanding fcatun
Tuesday, Oct 11 I in the business operated by W. W.
Those wishing to take part ini an(t
at
ihe singing are invited tn attend!many of the furnaces and much
1he rehearsal sessions at 7:30 p.m lO| the power equipment wa^ oper
in St. Joseph athedrai Sept. 26,l afP(.| ga anf| O1| supplied by the
Oct 3, and Oct. 10. IWehrle company wells to the plant
entire congregation will! through company ow ned pipe lines
health of W. W. Wehrle
Oct 3.
The ____ ______ __________
tom in singing the Beet Saccrdos.l "'Failing,
Wehrle wa- the tact that
Eaipn he.’111h (,f w ’wchilr
St. Gregory Hymnal. No 246: //ml.I brought the decision of the broth
Ihiini oi Hetircii St (, o y| crs |o sell the business in 1936 and
Ibmnal. No 84 HtM Ordinary.I fcls death occurred Nov 1. 1938.
Kyiialc. Mass IX redo III Ho/yLhe result of a heart ailment, at
Goa. If Praise Thy Nave I th
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age of 68 years.
Mr. Wehrle and his brother
I were honored by Pope Pius XI
I in June, 1928, when they were
.allege Ipell Thi. Month m’,,• Kni’h”,*1 S’rh®7’'7
I a ceremony at St. Charles Sem
HdNOl.l'Ll TH. tN Hal inary, Columbus, with the late
wait's first athohe institution ofl Bishop Hartley officiating. Hon
higher education will open its doors! ored with them were two Colum
here for the first time this month I bus men, th* late Bernard Smith
I
“whatever in things human is oflWhcn religious and moral life are
8 sacred character, whatever he [weakened these 'cultuial radia
longs either of its own nature orltions." for instance, in the field of
by reason ot the end to which itLocial outer and peace, are bound
is ret erred, to the salvation o(lto suffer, he warned
Muto "I to the worship of Gol. isl Pointing out that the hutch is
stibiect 10 the power and judgment I not bound to anv particular time
ot the Church.” lor culture, the Pontiff referred to
Church dots not
with any culture,
not permit this,"
lour
(Continued from Page 1)
School for the Deaf a work
which he organized and contin
ued many year* after hi* erdina
tion.
Monsignor Rurkley
I
whs
appoint­
ed pastor of St Mary's in 1924. suc
ceeding the late Father Joseph
Wehrle.
His long career has included ap
point ment to numerous important
positions in the Columbus Diocese
He has been a member of the
Bishop's Council, an examiner for
the junior clergy and a member
of the Dimrs.in Matrimonial Tri
I bunal, and the Bishop's representa
five for religious
In recognition of his services to
the Church. Monsignor Rurkley was
named a Domestic Prelate with tho
title of Right Rcxrrcnd Monsignor
by the late Pope Pius XI on Aug
18. 1934.
PUMPS
and Richard G. Berry. The four
were the first to receive the hon
or in the Diocose of Columbus.
Because of his generous contri
butions to charitable causes, to the
missions, and to seminaries, Mr.
Wehrle was made a Knight Com
mander of St. Gregory by Pope
Pius XII in 1948. His charities were
all done anonymously, and he
would not consent to the announce,
ment ol the honor of the Holy See.
Both the Wehrle men were great
ly interested in the welfare oi New
ark and gave liberally lo all worth
while causes with the wish that no
publicity be given the donors.
The latest gift last August was
to the Columbus Catholic Dio
cese, a 557-acre farm west of
Newark in the vicinity of Hebron
which the diocese in turn gave
to Missionaries of Saints Peter
and Paul, known as the "PIME
Fathers," to establish its first
seminary in America there. The
tract was entered in the court
house records in the name of tho
Wehrk Foundation of which A.
T. Wehrle was president.
Born in Newark Oct. 18, 1876,
Mr Wehrle had lived here all of
his life'and regardless of expansion
of business, the offices of his com
panies were operated in Newark.
He attended St. Francis de Sales
School and St. Vincent College in
Pennsylvania.
His sister who survives is Sister
Mary Eulalia. OP., of St. Mary of
the Springs. Columbus Two broth
ers W W Wehrle and Rex Father
Joseph Wehrle. are deceased, also
a sister. Mrs. Cecelia Rank, widow
of Dr. Willard C. Rank, who died
Feb. 4. 1953. Mrs. I-aura Wehrle,
widow of W W. Wehrle. lives on
the Newark Hanover Road.
Mr. Wehrle was buried in the
family plot in Mt Calvary ceme
tery by the A McGonagle and
Son Funeral Home.
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in our States through the years,
namely, respect for the religion of
its parents in placing a child for
adoption,” he declared.
Mrs. Buck also finds fault with
the practices set up by agencies
for placing children for adoption,
Msgr. O'Grady said. But these are
based on the past experiences of
the agencies with parents or chil
dren who failed to have the neces
sary traits to satisfy each other and
therefore the adoption ended in
tragedy, he said.
In placing children for adoption,
the basic interest is the protection
of the child, he said.
Agencies know that when a child
is separated from its own parents,
and unless great care is taken,
there is the danger the parents will
return and lay claim to the child
and then successfully appeal to the
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al examination will reveal it is pos
sible for the couple to have child
ren of their own.” he said.
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