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B—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Fridav, April 13. 1956
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Passes Inspection
A typical poster seen where American surplus foods are
distributed by Spanish Caritas reads "Gift of the American Peo
ple to the Spanish People—Distributed Completely Gratuitous—
Not to be Sold or Exchanged." Food supplies are made available
by the'U. S. Department of Agriculture food donations program,
via Catholic Relief Services—N.C.W.C. Examining the poster
aboard the SS Extavia are from left, Marques de Perinat, of the
Spanish Consulate Msgr. James J. Carberry, Vice Chancellor,
Archdiocese of Newark, N.J. Hon. John J. Grogan, mayor of
Hoboken and Captain Austin D. Cushman of the Extavia.
nits
Are Invited To
National Meet
Invitations to assist in pre
paring the program for the
17th National Convention of
the Catholic Students’ Mis
sion Crusade, to be held (hir
ing the coming summer, have
been received at nineteen
educational institutions in the
Columbus Diocese from the
National SMC Centei in Cincin
nati. The convention will be held
at the (Diversity of Notre Dame
Aug. 23-26.
Local student leaders and fac
ulty moderators oi SMC gropps
have been ked to conduct pre
liminary discussions on some
questions ol general missionary
interest and on methods to be
followed by the (SMC for dev el
oping. inline study of these ques
lions in affiliated high schools,
colleges and seminaries. Student
discussion leaders of these topics
in the actual convention will be
selected
ports of
indicate
proaches
ed.
from groups whose re
preliminary discussions
the most practical ap
to the
problems propos-
the Church in
mission posto-
Service of
some field of
late is first among questions
proposed to high school groups,
with suggested readings and
discussion topics designed to
bring out the fact that the
apostolic vocation it shared by
all members of the Church, re
gardless of their state in life.
Collegians are also asked to
discuss possible development of
interest in the exercise of the lay
apostolate by persons tilling com
menial posts in countries where
the Church faces serious mission
ary problems It is expected that
pari ot Latin America will re
ceive special attention in this
con tied ion.
Seminary CSMC groups are in
vited to continue investigations
on methods which they can em
ploy to encourage vocational
thinking, with reference to the
priesthood, among high school
students.
Hol) XX eek Riles
Draw Large Mlendaiicc*
ME XICO ITY i\C) The
changes in liturgy resulted in a
huge increase in attendance at
Holy Week sen ices in this conn
try Archbishop Miguel Miranda
v Gomez. Vicar Capitulnr of Mex
ico City, said here.
He reported that the number
of faithful who received Com
miinion duriii: Holy Week this
year was three times that of any
previous year He attributed this
largely to the many evening Mass
cs held in various churches here.
On Holy Thursday. 70.009 per
sons visited the Cathedral, he
said.
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Foo Few Catholic
Rhodes Scholars,
Editor Declares
NEW ORK (NC) There
are too few Catholic Rhode*
Scholais in the opinion of Father
Neil G. McCluskey. S.J., educa
tion editor of America. national
Catholic weekly published here
"The grand total from 19(14
down to and including the 1955
nominations shows 1 478 Rhodes
scholarships. Twelve went to ap
plicant* accredited by Catholic
institutions.” the priest states.
In an article the current is
sue ot America Father McClus
key gives the results ot his study
oi Catholic participation in the
Rhode* Scholar-hip program, now
in its 52nd year, and analyzes the
reasons for the dearth of Cat ho
lie scholars.
Ihe priest declared that "with
a few isolated exceptions, the
Catholic universities and colleges
of America have until very re
cently done almost nothing” tn
select and prepare outstanding
candidates for the Rhodes schol
arships.
Mission Plans
Homecoming Fete
Old St. Mary Mission in Miner
ton will have a homecoming Sat
urday, Apr. 21, at the mission.
The affair will have three un
usual aspects. First, the commit
tee members headed by Beatrice
Griffton Odin, will come from
distances up to a hundred miles.
Second, the event will open with
the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
celebrated at 11:00 a.in. Saturday
by Father John Simon, pastor of
Holy Trinity parish, Jackson and
St. Mar/ Mission.
Finally, all former parishioners
and friends of the Mission will
clean and beautify the chapel,
parish house and cemetery while
renew ing acquaintances.
All friends of the Mission are
invited and arc asked to bring
garden tools, cleaning utensils
and the makings for a pot luck
dinner.
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Father of Priest,
FOHI LORAM1E O (NC)
Solemn Requiem Mass for Henry
•I. Borchers, 81, father of the
Very Rev. Clement F. Borchers.
Superior General of the Glen
n ary Fathers, wa., offered in St.
Michael s Church here, by Father
Borchers.
Mr. Borchers died in his farm
home at Fort fairamie where he
had been born and hat lived all
his life. He was the father of 10
other children, including two Sis
ters of the Poor of St. Francis—
Sisters Margaret Mary, a member
of the St. Francis Hospital staff,
here, and Jane Frances, of the
Catholic Charities staff in Steu
benville. O.
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MANCHESTER, N. —(NO—
Latest diocesan reports show that
New Hampshire had 206.313 Ca
tholics,
cent of
lion, at
number
789 in 1954 and from 190.303 in
1953.
which is nearly 40 pet
the state’s total popula
the end of 1955. The
had increased from 197.-
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He Took Upon Himself
The■Form
Two touching seones in
the Passion of Our Divine Lord
are: the washing of the feet of
the disciples the night of the
Last Supper,
•nd the tak
ing up of His
cross as the
instrument of
is own
death. Both
these humil
iations ere
understood in
the light of
a prop oc y
700 years be
made by Isaias
fore, that He Would be a suf
fering slave. The same idea
was recalled by St. Paul, who
said that Ho took upon Him
self the form of a slave.
Now w hat are the works of a
slave? They are twofold: first,
to do dirty work—that is work
that involves what is foul and
repusive and secondly, to do
heavy work—heavy uiok is the
bearing of physical burdens
associated w’ith this is the degre
dation .when one is forced to
bend beneath a dull mechnnical
meaningless load day after
day.
Spiritualize both of these con
cepts associated with the slave:
dirt stands for sin. while heavy
burdens represent anxieties,
suffering, pain and the dull
round ot existence. Our Ixnd
did the work of a slave, first,
by washing the feet of His dis
ciples. which was the symbol
of washing away the sins of the
world, then He took up His
cross which was the symbol of
bearing the pain, suffering and
ignominy of men.
The very day He did both,
He said to us: "I have given you
an example." In other words, if
He takes on the sins and suf*
tarings of the world, so must
we. Anyone who refuses to un
dertake the revolting tasks in
an area of life is denying his
Christian vocation. As St. Paul
6
of a Slave
ton J. Sheen
by Bishop Fn
said: "Boar thee one anothors'
burdens and so fulfill the law
of Christ." As He bears the
cross, so we must bear the sins
of the pagan world and the suf
ferings and hunger of India and
Vietnam. Our Lord is one who
"bears" He bore our flesh, He
bore our cross. He bore our suf
fering, He bore our sins. Will
you help us to do some dirty
work in the Missions—namely,
washing the feet of lepers in
Christ's name? Will you help
us to do some heavy work—
namely, lifting the burden of
darkness from the souls of
pagans? To do this requires a
sacrifice,
you send
the Holy
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use con help the missionaries
in five continents if you will
send them to us.
Cut out this column, pin your
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the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen,
National Director of The So
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