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24 E. Third Ave
Columbus, Ohio
8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Oct. 14,1955
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Proposed As
Legal Holiday
PITTSBURGH, Pa. (NC)
A resolution urging that
Good Friday be made a na
tional legal holiday in the
United States was adopted at
the sixth national Holy Name
Society convention here.
Another resolution condemn
ed “violations of the observance
of the “Lord's day” by business
firms in the non-essential cate
gory which remain open for Sun
day shopping.
The resolution regarding
Good Friday pointed out that
"the anniversary of the Sav
iour's death is a day Mt aside
for th* grateful remembrance
of th* Saviour's love for all
men." Th* delegates voted to
send the resolution to Congress.
Regarding the Sunday shop
ping practice, the delegates de
clared that Sunday is “a day set
aside for the worship of God and
a day of rest.” The resolution
said in the past few years there
have been many violations of this
practice.
The convention also called up.
on Holy Name to work for daily
Mass attendance and daily recita
tion of the Rosary, and to pray
for the early canonization of
Blessed John of Vercelli, the
13th Century founder of the Holy
Name Society.
Delegates also voted to hold
lheir seventh annual convention
in New Orleans in 1959.
Missionary Problems Studied
By CSMC Units at Pow Wow
The problems facing the Church in India were out
lined this week to Catholic Student Mission Crusade Units
meeting for a PowWow in Portsmouth.
Father Protasio Soares, a missionary of Goa. India,
tuld of the government’s ban on foreign missionaries
“India's caste system makes con
versions to Catholicism even
more difficult.” the missioner
continued. He described the un
ity of the Church as being im
pressive to people in foreign
lands and urged his listeners to
bring others into this unity “in
gratefulness for our Faith.”
On hand for the day-long ses
sion at Notre Dame High School
were student mission unit repre
sentatives from Saint Joseph.
Ironton. Central Catholic, hil
licothe Rosecrans, Zanesville:
Saint Mary and Saint Joseph
Academy. Columbus Saint Aloy
sius. New Lexington, and Notre
Dame, Portsmouth.
The workshop began with a
dialogue Mass, offered by Father
Soares. Father Robert White,
principal of Notre Dame, welcotn
ed the students.
Father James Kulp, diocesan
director of the Propagation of
the Faith, pointed out the pur
pose of the workshop by say
ing, "You and I must find ways
to win souls for Christ. We have
first prayed, now let us plan
and study how we may serve
Christ, through His creatures,
particularly those in the mis
sion lands."
Record Enrollment
CINCINNATI, O. (NC)
Xavier University here has the
highest enrollment in its 124
year old history, it was announ
ced. There are 3.434 students.
The previous record enrollment
occurred in 1948. It was reached
at the height of the World War
11 veteran rush when there were
3,300 students.
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Father (Comdr.) Francis D. McGann, O.S.B.,
senior chaplain, is shown celebrating High
Mass aboard th* supercarrier USS Forrestal
the dry after the atomic age flattop had been
commissioned at the Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
Panel discus-sions. movies on
the missions and skits were pre
sented throughout the day as the
students studied methods where
by they could better assist the
mission work.
Priest Wins
Fight to Ban
Filthy Movie
JEFFERSON, Wis.—(NC)
Catholic priest and three
clergymen won their fight
showing of an indecent movie a*
the Jefferson Theater here.
Father Edward Bull, pastor of
St. John's Church, and three
Protestant clergymen, warned
their members that “The Garden
ot Eden-’ movie was indecent.
The movie was evaluated in the
condemned class hy the National
Ixgion ot Decency. Father Brill
told his parishioners they must
not attend the movie and added
that, unless the theater changed
its policy, parishioners should
stop attending it altogether.
District Attorney Thorpe
Merriman told the theater man
ager that the movie probably
was in violation of Wisconsin
criminal statutes.'
The theater manager scheduled
a preview for city and county of
ficials and alter the shoving
agreed the movie “probably
shouldn’t be shown in a regular
theater.” He said he had not seen
the film himself before the pre
view. but had heard from persons
who had seen it and managers
who had showed it that “it .was
all right.”
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Mass Aboard World’s Lamest Boat
was
con
P.il-
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and
it is
other
o bar
Persecution, as such, does not
purify the Church anymore
than a malady resulting from
drunkenness purifies the body.
As a disordered liver is not a
healer of the physical body, so
neither is persecution of the
Mystical Body. The Church in
Constantinople was not puri
fied when the saintly John
Chrysostom was exiled. Mos
lemism did not purify the
Church in Africa it destroyed
it. The persecution in Japan
in the seventeenth century did
not purify the Church it sil
enced it. Persecution docs make
Physician, Editor
Are Honored for
Interracial Work
NEW YORK—(NC)—The editor
ot the official newspaper of the
Archdiocese ot New Orleans and
a physician who has been serving
the i^ople of South Memphis for
the past 47 years are the 1955
winners of the Hoey Awards for
Interracial Justice.
They are Millard F. Everett,
editor of the Catholic Action of
the South edition of Our Sunday
Visitor, and Dr. James W. Hose,
a convert w ho entered the Church
with his wife and two children
in 1927.
The Hoey Awards are con
ferred each year on a whit*
and a Negro Catholif layman,
who, in th* judgment of th*
Catholic Interracial Council,
have mad* th* most outstand
ing contributions to th* cause
of interracial justice during th*
year.
Dr. Hose, a Negro, is a native
of Kansas City, Kan. According to
Jubilee magazine at least a third
of the approximately 3,000 per
sons he treats each year are char
ity patients. He operates his own
clinic in South Memphis.
Everett became editor of Ca
tholic Action of the South in
1949 after serving as an associate
editor of the Register, national
Catholic weekly published in Den
ver.
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Soma 800 of th* cr*w members attended. The
choir was composed of Franciscans from Holy
Nam* College, Washington. Mass will be of
fered every morning and the Rosary recited
'every night.
God Love You
Only Purifying Persecution
Is That of Self-Sacrifice
■by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen
Those who have not been
persecuted for their Faith, and
those who have had little prac
tical sympathy with persecu
tion are apt
to throw it o‘f
lightly say
ing: “Every
persecut i o n
Purifies the
hurch.” This
remark
made
corning
and and
a y
now i
repeated
when it is learned that 8.500
of our foreign missionaries
have been expelled from Chi
na, many after long tortures.
martyrs but it also makes
Apostles. It is true that our
faults and our sins can cause
a persecution, but to attribute
a positively good effect to an
anti-God revolt, or the re-cruci
fixion of Christ, is false.
The Church never prays for
persecution it prays for liberty
to do God’s work. Communism,
which persecutes, does not seek
to reorganize the world, but to
recreate it on an anti-God bas
is. Therefore its terrorism can
not have a positively good ef
fect anymore than cancer.
Good can result from the
persecution of the Church, but
it results i« of the per
secution, and not because
of it, as was the case
the Crucifixion. But that
God’s work as Joseph said
his brethren who threw him
the cistern: “You intended
for evil, but God drew good
from it.”
to Mr. and
“We have
clothe and
GOD LOVE YOU
Mrs. C.W. for $10.
such a struggle to
feed our eight, that I am al
ways worried about you and the
millions you care for.”
You may have a ten inch ex
act reproduction of the statue
of Our Lady of Television
which you see on our weekly
telecast. “Life Is Worth Liv
ing.” This statue, which is pure.,
white with gold cross and halos,
represents the spiritual influ
ence which, it is hoped, tele
vision will spread. For a $3 of
fering for the poor of the
world, and your request, we
will send you this statue of the
Madonna of Television.
Cut out this column, pin your
sacrifice to it and send it to
the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen,
National Director of the Society
for the Propagation of the
Faith, or your Diocesan Direc
tor Father James Kulp. 246
East Town Street, Columbus 16,
Ohio.
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The only persecution that is
purifying Is self-sacrifice. If I
give myself pain by doing with
out a luxury in order that a
hungry mother be fed in India,
I have purified my soul and to
that extent the Church. Swords
thrust outward to neighbors do
not purify, but the swords of
self-denial thrust inward
against our selfishness, our
egotism, our avarice, or in
reparation for our sins—these
make us more pure, and there
fore more capable of the vis
ion of God. Purify yourself.
Gather up a fragment and send
it to the Holy Father through
his own Society for the Propa
gation of the Faith. The Holy
Father makes the distribution
as He knows best.
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