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2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, July 6,1956
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(Continued from Page 1)
crease its efforts for an equal
pi ogress in religious, philosophic
al, artistic and moral progress.
The man who lives on Faith
knows that he carries within him
self a divine life which one day
will be full and wonderful and
without end. He knows that his
life on earth must be in harmony
with that end. He realizes that
here on earth he must help all
his brothers for the good of all
and for the glory of God.
Therefore he blesses science
and its progress. He sanctifies
work and sorrow. He makes use
of their conquests and never al
lows himself to be bewitched by
the work of his hands. He con
trols it.
According to Catholic thought,
the present epoch is wonderful
and good and is filled with the
things that God has put into His
creation for the service of man.
Militarv Says
(Continued from page I)
Korea Pxs, and reviewed by the
Department of Defense, are car
ried on the condemned list of the
National Organization for Decent
Literature.
Father O'Connor said at the
time he had not listed the titles
of many bawdy eartoon
printed /nd published
pan.
books.
In Ja-
named
An .observer in Guam
ten offensive magazines on sale
in PXs there. Three of these
titles appear on the current
NODL list as “objectionable.”
Apparently without knowing of
the existence of the Department
of Defense letter to Congress
men, Msgr. Thomas J. Fitzgerald
of Chicago, executive secretary
of NODL admitted the accuracy
of the department’s statement
about newsstand availability, and
demolished it at the same time.
It is “unfortunately true,” said
Msgr. Fitzgerald, that the, maga
zines stocked in these post ex
changes “are representative of
[the nationally distributed maga
zines in the United States news
i stands’ circulation.”
Representative Feighan said he
had taken up the matter with
the Department nf Defense and
("have been assured that the de
partment is making an investi
gation of this matter and wher
ever pornographic literature is
sold or distributed to our PXs,
it will be stopped immediately."
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Through the eyes of his faith he
can see that through these days,
even with their suffering, there
is in the making a superb era
for the history of the future.
We are living in an epoch
which lacks equilibrium. The ex
cessive move forward in certain
sectors of civilization may have
found mankind unprepared and
lacking the substantial food of
true philosophy and the depth of
a totally Christian life.
to bur
useless
which
There is no time now
den our lives with the
and erroneous concepts
have nothing to do with the
Christian way of life and society.
Ancient and pagan ideas with re
gard to money, wealth, competi
tion. the formulation of the an
titheses between capital and la
bor, production, commerce, inter
national relations, the political
concept itself, have undergone a
fundamental change and must
totally modified.
be
so
nf
Today in the immensity of
many sorrows, in the madness
so great a part of the world, men
must feel as they have never felt
before that they are brothers un
der one Father.
There is a better world before
man if his will is disposed to or
der it properly, a world in which
conquests over nature will give
to him an easier life, but one
which, nevertheless will, as ever
continue to be his preparation for
eternity.
The burdens of excessive ma
terial labor will be lessened and
will open to man’s spirit the road
for free flight towards the more
worthy heights of his soul.
Jubilee Mass
(Continued from Page 1)
Msgr. Schwendeman was made
a Papal Chamberlain on June 24,
1946, by Pope Pius XII and was
raised to the rank of Domestic
Prelate with the title of Right
Reverend Monsignor on May 20,
1949.
He was made vice-chancellor of
the diocese in June, 1945, and
held that post until June, 1948,
when he assumed the chancellor
duties, a post he held until Feb.
2, 1952.
-Mass Or do
LITURGY
Of The
SATURDAY, JULY 7,
FEAST OF STS. CYRIL
XND METHODIUS.
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) for
the Pope, Common Preface.
SUNDAY, JULY 8,
THE SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER
PENTECOST.
Green vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) of St.
Elizabeth, Credo, Preface of the
Trinity.
MONDAY, JULY 9,
FERIAL DAY.
Mass as on Sunday. Green
vestments, no
prayer (in Ixiw Masses) for the
Pope, no Credo,
ace.
Gloria, Second
Common Pref-
JULY 10,
SEVEN HOLY
TUESDAY,
FEAST OF THE
BROTHERS, STS. RUFINA
ANO SECUNDA.
Red vestments, Gloria, Second
prayer (in Low Masses) for
Pope, Common Preface.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11,
COMMEMORATION OF
ST. PIUS I.
Mass as on Sunday. Green vest
ments, no Gloria, Second and
Third prayers (in Low Masses) of
St. Pius and for the Pope, no
Credo, Common Preface.
THURSDAY, JULY 12,
FEAST OF ST. JOHN GUALBERT
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond and Third prayers (in Low
Masses) of Sts. Nabor and Felix
and for the Pope, Common Pref
flCC.
FRIDAY, JULY 13,
FEAST OF ST. ANACLETUS
Red vestments. Gloria, Second
prayer (in Ixiw Masses) for the
Pope, Common Preface.
SATURDAY, JULY 14,
FEAST OF ST. BONAVENTURE,
DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH.
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) for
the Pope, Credo, Common Pref
ace.
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Jean, 9, children of Mrs. Howard Loyd,
standing, lay teacher at Holy Spirit School,
learn how they can be the "helping hands"
to build a healthier community. Showing
them a flip chart, displaying health career
Mrs. Howard Loyd, 4222
Beechrun-rd, lay teacher at
Holy Spirit School, is attend
ing the Health Education
Workshop now in progress at
Ohio State University on a
scholarship provided by the
Tuberculosis Society.
Scholarships, awarded to eight
Columbus and Franklin county
teachers, cover registration fees
for the three week course. The
Society will also provide health
Ohio
News In Brief
CINCINNATI Four Marian
ists of the Cincinnati Province
will be ordained in the Church of
St. Michael, Fribourg, Switzer
land on Sunday, July 22. The
Most Rev. Francois Chamere,
Bishop of Lausanne, Geneva and
Fribourg, will be the ordaining
prelate.
Those to be ordained are the
Rev. George Aymayr,
Raymond Middendorf,
Robert Backherms and
Richard Knuge.
the
the
the
STEUBEN VIIJ A summary
of Bishop John K. Mussio’s think
ing on morality in politics ap
peared last week in the June 30
issue of “Ave Mana,” a national
magazine published in Notre
Dame, Ind.
Under the title, “Politics, Cor
ruption, and You,” the article
discards the notion that politics
is “a dirty word
ian an
Bishop
thought
one, “If
counting your blessings, count
politics in.”
the
and the politic
dirty person.”
replaced this
more favorable
in the habit of
equally
Mussio
with a
you are
TOI .EDO —Notre Dame Sister
M. Zyrilla will attend Catholic
University of America in Wash
ington thia summer for specialis
ed training in speech correction.
On her return, she hopes to ex
pand the speech correction pro
gram she inaugurated during her
past school year.
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San Juan's Lady Mayor
Makes W hirlwind Tour
PHILADELPHIA— (NC)—Dona
Felisa Rincon de Gautier, the
mayoress of San Juan, Puerto Ri
co, took part in fiestas in honor
of St. John the Baptist in New
York, Chicago and Philadelphia
—all in the same weekend.
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education texthooks to those
teachers whose fees were waived
because of student teaching pro
grams in their schools.
The
course provides back
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ground
school
ed are
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health teaching, film demonstra
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Students also participate in in-
Nun- Doctor
(Continued from Page 1)
M.D. She was also the twelfth
Maryknoll sister to become a doc
tor.
During the past year at Mt.
Carmel the good-natured sister
has been working a killing 12
hour day. She averaged only
about six hours sleep a night and
was on the go seven days a week.
When asked how she felt about
going to Korea she said simply:
“The Maryknolls are mission
aries. You know when you join
the order that you’ll likely see
foreign service.”
“Naturally you hate to leave
your parents and your native
country, but after all, that is what
I joined for.”
Rev.
Rev
Rev.
first
the
CLEVELAND For
time in its 3ft year history, the
Catholic Charities Campaign top
ped one million dollars, it was
announced this week. Allen W.
Fritzsche, corporation president,
estimated the campaign total will
exceed 51,005,000 when the final
returns are tabulated. The goal
was $950,000.
Sister will be part of a five
sister team that leaves in Octo
ber. Included will be an X-ray
technician, a medical technician,
a nurse and a teacher. They’ll
probably travel by freighter since
they can take more equipment
with them that way.
Sister summed up her feelings
on leaving Mt. Carmel and Co
lumbus with “All the sisters, doc
tors and nurses have been won
derful to me here. I will really
miss them.”
Then she smiled as she said,
“But you know, I’m a Maryknoll
er—and I’ve been waiting 11
years.”
o
PoetcMs Wins Siena Medal
BROWN’S LAKE, Wis.—(NC)—
The 1956 Siena Medal of Theta
Phi Alpha, national Catholic sor
ority, has been awarded to Phyl
lis McGinley, poetess and essay
ist. It is given annually to a Ca
tholic woman who has made a
distinctive contribution to Catho
lic life in- the United States.
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Four quarter hours credit may
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