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Main St 1920 FA. 3163 First Holy Communion There are busy days jyst around the corner for thousands of our grade school youngsters. The sinters are rehearsing the second graders an that they will at last he ready to receive our Lord for the very find time in Holy Communion. Mothers and Fathers are growing slightly nervous and mighty proud. If you choose to remember some happy nephew or niece, cousin or neighborhood tot. hut don't know what tn send, a visit to the shop will help you. A gift selection appropriate for the occasion in all price ranges is here for your examina tion. are lovely pictures for the child's room, statues, heau hound books, medals and chains. Rosaries, a child’s and dofens of other First Communion gifts. Out-of-town Orders Carefully Handled. TELEPHONE WO. MM ePFRAHD gY MAlttlS HOTEL SYSTEMS Msgr. Glenn Defends Dogma of Infallibility A thoughtful man who believes in the divinity of Christ must conclude by reason alone that both the Church and the Holy Father “must have the prerogative of infallibility.’’ So declared Monsignor Pau) .J. Glenn, rector of St. Charles Seminary, in a radio ad dress broadcast nationally Sun day on “The Catholic Hour.” Those persons who find the claim of infallibility “prideful and out rageous” misunderstand its mean ing. the prelate declared.- Delivering the third in a to ri** of five sermon* on the pop ular radio program, Montigner Glonn gave numerous reason* why a per ton, even without revelation, can conclude that th* doctrine of infallibility it quite logical, facts, h* said. “Christ, who Church, body of cessors. thority: heareth heareth truth? "Christ say* to Mi* Church: 'Teach all nations' and can th* divinely appointed teacher* be able to teach falsehood? "Christ says tn His Church: ‘1 am with you all days, even to the end of the world.’ Can Christ be with an agency capable of mis leading men? "And to Fetor, by a most solemn ceremony, Christ trans fer* th* office of shepherding the whole Church. Peter is to feed the lamb* and th* sheep the entire flock Shall it be possible fer this chief shepherd to feed the fleck tne poison of Consider those it God. gives His active teaching in its Apostles and then- sw His own voice and au ‘He that heareth you, Me.’ And can he that Christ hear anything but “Can the lxrd who. by His own strong words to Pilate, caine into the world to give testimony to the truth—can He in the chief shepherd so carefully chosen and appointed, give testimony to er ror? “The Church it founded and the chief shepherd it appoint ed to bring men to heaven, not to hell. And that agency which can err is an agency capable of leading men to hell. 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Monsignor Glenn as serted: “The people who call them selves Christians, and yet quar rel with the Church and with the Papacy, and with the notion of definite and definitive teaching in the form of dogmatical defi nition, are quarreling with Christ Himself. "It I* Christ that ha* set ths Church to teach, that te pronounce dogmatical struetion: 'Going, tsach all tions.' If it Christ who has ths Church as th* mfellihlo in dicator of moral*: Tsach (all nations) to obsorv* all thing* whatsoever I have commanded you.' It is not the Church, by its own authority, but Christ living in His Church who ex act* the submittion ef every mind and will to the Church'* teaching: 'He that heareth you, heareth Me." up Monsignor Glenn declared that the “glorious Church, completed and commissioned by the Risen l^ord, is still and ever shall be the sheepfold of the one true Shepherd of men’s souls.” He added: “Those who know this truth, and lovingly and gratefully ac cept it realize their happy state and realize, too. their obligation Their obligation is to live the life of the Church, to be a wor thy member of the (lock of Christ. to win to the fold those errant sheep which the Good Shepherd longs to have in His fold. Their obligation is to mani fest, by faith and by prayer, by FISCHER. Adolph W., 56 New ark, April 10, St. Francis de Sales church. Survivors: his wife, Em ily’ three sons, a daughter, his father and a sister. RUBRAKE, Miss Margaret. R6. 1550 Rnxbury Rd., Columbus, April 10. chapel at St Raphael’s Home. Survivors: a brother, a niece and a nephew. WISE, Mrs. Mary. 46, 581 Gallo way St. Columhus, April 11, St. Dominic church. Survivors her husband, Charles three sisters and a brother. COLETTI, Cesar* L., 84. New Philadelphia. April 11. Sacred Heart church. Survivors: his wife, Domenica five sons, four daugh ters, 20 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren and a brother. HORD, Miss Josephine, 76, Franklin County Home. April 10, Immaculate Conception church. Survivors: several nieces and nephews. TARANTELL1. Victor, three y-ears 348 W. Second Ave., Co lumbus, April 11, St. Francis church. Survivors his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tarantelli a sister, maternal grandparents, paternal grandmother and several nieces and nephews. MELF1, Guiscppe, 57, 91 S. Hartford Ave., Columhus. April 14. Holy Family church. Surviv ors. his wife. Mana two daugh ters, a granddaughter, five sis ters. nieces and nephews. McLAUGHLIN. Mrs. Anna. 91, Junction City, April 13, St. Pat rick church. Survivors: three nieces and five nephews. 1 DWELL. John Thomas, 79, Frankfort. 0.. April 12. St. Peter church. Chillicothe. Survivors: a sister, three brothers, four nieces and a nephew. HILL. Mrs. Mary Ann. 84, 144 Nashoba Ave.. Columbus. April 12. St. Aloysios church. Survivors: a son. four daughters. 10 grand children and 24 great-grandchil dren. KENTON Hardin Quarries Company Crushed Stone Agriculture) Lime*tone Meal BLANCHARD KENTON PH 4-U28 james McCullough GENERAL INSURANCE If It’s Insurance W* 8*1) It DIAL 4739 ''.llir’’ McCullough M. Detroit Kenton, Ohl* Children's Clothing Miss A Master Dashery Butter Brown Shoot 114 W. Celumbu. Phene 0H Kenton, Ohl* The Ix*ast of God's Brethren At the Leprosarium of Jungahad, Ahmedabad, India, a Spanish Sitter of the Carmelite Missionary Sitters minister* outdoor* to a victim of advanced leprosy. This unfortunate men's condition was to bad that ether petients ef ths hospital ware opposed to hi* admission. Only three Sister* car* for about 100 patient* at this leprosarium. devotion Io Sacraments and the Holy Sacrifice, by example of no ble life, the unique ,nd necessary truth they are permitted to pos sess and follow. "In tome measure each member of th* flock mutt at tract the** 'other sheep that ar* not of this fold.' In tome measure, each member of the flock must share th* awful bur den ef the charge laid upon St. Peter: 'Feed my lambs food my sheep.'" Monsignor Glenn the sermon series Sunday nn WLW. fourth talk is “Peace Be to You.’ May They Rest in Peace will continue at 2:30 p.m Topic of the CHEECHIO, Vito, 78. 817 W Rich St., Columhus, April 10, St. John the Raplist church. Surviv ors: a son. two daughters, eight grandchildren, three great-grand children and a sister. Joseph. COLBURN, Doubt is the father of truth.— German proverb. If you haven't bean reading the want ads, you have been losing money. Read them and profit. 2865 Aloy wife, 62, St. his II grand April 14, Survivors, daughters Wicklow-rd, sius church. Marie, four children. 43. 592 HERRMAN, Herbert E. Stewart Ave.. April Christi church. Survivors: wife. Susanne, his son and Haugh ter, his parents and two sisters. 13. Corpus his CIjOUSE, Grace E., 60, Somer set, April 14, Holy Trinity Church Survivors: her father, two sons, a stepson and step daughter, two brothers and two sisters, twn grandchildren. THORNTON. Harry J., 82. St An thony Hospital. April 14. St. Aloy sius. Survivors a daughter, four sons, nine grandchildren and six great grandchilden. KOENIG, Mrs. Joseph, 69. Ot way, April 16. Our lady of Lour des church. Survivors: her hus band, six sons, three daughters, a sister, two brothers and 26 grand children. BLANCHARD. Paul. 49, 637 S. Pearl St.. Columhus. April 14. St. Mary church. Survivors: his wife, Georgia a daughter, a step daughter. five grandchildren, a sister and several nieces and nephews. PANCOTTO. Pasquale, 66. 512 Frebis Ave., Columbus. April 12, St. l^o church. Survivors: his w'ife, Annunziata two daughters a sister, brother and a grandson. DIM1TROEF, James, formerly of Columbus. April 13 SI Ra phael’s church. Springfield. O. Survivors: his wife. Edith, and a son. CONLEY, Mrs. Annabelle. 739 Henry St., Columbus. April 16. St. Francis church. Survivors: a daughter and a brother. BREAKFAST on Sunday morning Lei»urely in the lovely Roue Room of the Virginia Hotel 3rd end Gay Sfreet* Bill Dunn. Mgr CALL fer Group RMorvations €A. 1-3101 Private Danew** Room* Ar* Avelleble Per Lerge grew** square, suppoi of the Uited S Charles J. Melfi BR. 9-6185 I Member K C. Council 2898 Catholic Support of Private Schools Is Cited bv Bishop YOUNGSTOWN, O .......... .........rt who|r hrartedlv thr public school system ....... .......... States.” Bishop John King Mussio of Steuben ville lold some 900 leaders in the torrent Mahoning Vajlev Catholic High Schools campaign here “We believe in the ideal of our forefathers: that to every boy or girl, who seeks it. shall be given an education to prepare try and through them welt to serve coun (rod, and we feel that the Catholic school sys are giving our contribu that ideal of schooling," tion to he continued. “la a special way we make this contribution because America as we know it hat its stability simp ly because it is founded on some th iag that can never change,” the Bishop said. “It is established on a belief in God and belief in certain inalienable rights we have from God. As long as America holds on to these. America is firm and strong and shall last. Catho lic schools teach these beliefs.” Bithop Muttie *a»d: "Catholic School* ar* th* training ground for a living faith they bring Almighty God to the mind* and heart* of children." 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