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Report 5,000 Religious
In Forced Labor Camps
BERLIN (NC) More than
5,000 members of Catholic relig
ious orders in Czechoslovakia
have been removed from their
convents and monasteries and
forced to work in factories and
mines, according to reports re
ceived here.
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Last Ward: The human race
I began with Adam. It is quite pos
sible that it could end with Atom.
George J. Igel and Company, Inc.
Crane Service Excavating
Ml Eaton Avenue CA. 1-6601
COLUMBUS 8. OHU
MT. VERNON
Catholic Digest—July
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35 Brands Of Cold Beer Wines
and Beverages From 20 Countries
STAIRS CARRY OUT
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FREE DELIVERY Dial 3-7981
Service Life
Can Lead To
Mission Career
MARYKNOLL, N.Y —(NC)
Service In the armed force* def
initely contribute* to some men’s
choice of the missionary priest
hood, according to the vocation
director of the Maryknoll mis
sionaries here.
Father Frederick J. Becka, M.
M., reports in a check of statis
tics that between 1945 and 1955.
440 ex-servicemen were accepted
into the Maryknoll.
The most influential factors
leading these men to the order,
according to Fr. Becka were their
contacts with neglected people
overseas the shining example of
missionary priests and nuns in
overseas countries, and the time
frequently available to them as
service men to think and orien
tate their sense of values.
Abbey Re-Opens
After 15-Year
Nazi-Red Use
ALTENBURG, Austria—(NS)—
The old abbey of Altenburg here
has been re-opened as a religious
house after more than 15 years
of other service.
The re-opening is a marked
achievement in the restoration of
this artistic and historical monu
ment which has been destroyed
six times in the course of its his
tory.
In 1940, the abbey was requi
sitioned by the Germans and
used by them as a military hos*
pital. At the close of the war,
the Russians quartered blinded
soldiers there.
When the Religious were al
lowed to return to their abbey,
they found the church devastat
ed and the walls entirely strip
ped of their famous art treas
ures. The electrical fixtures
and plumbing had been torn
out. The ancient furniture, fine
carvings, and other treasures
had bean broken up end used
for fire to worm Russian sol
diers.
Fires had been started with
priceless pages torn from the in
cunabula (the earliest printed
books) and pages of manuscripts
by the 18th century composer
Joseph Haydn which had been
preserved in the library of the
abbey. Paintings and portraits of
the abbots had been used as tar
gets for pistol practice and the
sacred vestments had been used
as rags to clean the Russian
tanks.
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35,000 Puerto Ricans
Stage Gay Festival
NEW YORK (NC) Thirty
five thousand Spanish voices
were raised in cries of “Viva,
Viva” at the mention of the
Blessed Virgin Mary, St. John
the Baptist and of His Holiness
Pope Pius XII during what has
been termed the most colorful re
ligious festival ever held here.
The fiesta of San Juan Bau
tista. patron Saint of Puerto Ri
co, drew the largest crowd ever
recorded to the campus of Ford
ham University for a day-long
round of religious devotions and
gay Latin American celebrations.
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SARANAC LAKE. N.Y. (NC)—
The Carmelite Monastery uses a
special phonograph record to help
development of vocations.
Titled “What is a Carmelite
Nun?” the long playing record
can.be purchased by mail from
the monastery.
MIESSE
Prescription Pharmacy
We Consistently Stock
The Latest Drugs
1686 E Main FE. 44S4
See
‘JAN ROSS’
For The Finest In
Cadillac and
Oldsmobile car buys
JAN ROSS
MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
••10 Years On Broad St.*’
424 E. Broad St. CA_ 8-1951
LEPROSY
Eats Away
Hearts, Too
All in a Morning’s Work
The Chaneliak Mission's most faithful altar boy aarnad his
award not only by devoutly serving Mass and other service* in
the Church but by carrying wood through the snow, and other
outdoor chores. Father Paul Linssen, S.J., is pastor at the Mission
which is one of many conducted by the Jesuit Father* in Alaska.
------------God Love You-----------
Moslems Resent Christ
Convert Brings City Strike
by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen
One of our major tasks in
the Mission* is the perfecting
in Christ of the Moslems. 375,
000,00 of them stretch from
Russia through Northern Africa
into Indobes
ia and China.
They believe
in God and
even in the
Blessed Vir
gin, but they
have borne a
long hatred
•against the
Person of
Christ, in one
city last year, a Moslem woman
was converted to the Faith
thereupon the whole city went
on strike—no milk was deliver
ed, all stores were closed and
streetcars were not operated.
We have recently come across
the writings of a Moslem vis
ionary, Sheik Ahmed of Medina,
who lived around the year 1200.
He prophecied that in the year
1962 women would go out of
their houses without the per
mission of'their husbands. This
clearly refers to the emancipa
tion of women in Moslem lands
—an emancipation which has
already taken place in Turkey
and could conceivably be ma
terialized by 1962. “In the year
1972,” he said. a sign will ap
pear in the sky like the egg
of a hen.” A professor in Bag
dad interpreted this as the
smoke of some great explosion.
Twenty years later, or in 1992
“The Gates of Mercy will be
shut," which means that it
will be too late for sinners to
repent. Our Lady in her Rev
elation of Salette said some
what the same thing: “The arm
of my Divine Son has grown
heavy and I cannot much
longer restrain it.”
Sheik Ahmed then prophec
ied that in the year 2002 the
Koran will disappear. The read
ers in the mosques will find
only blank pages in their cop
ies. and what they have learn
ed by heart they will no longer
remember. Moslemism will be
destroyed. “Jesus, the Son of
Mary, will then come from
heaven, and there will be the
final Armageddon, when the
enemies of the Faith will be
destroyed and all imperfect
forms of religion will disap
pear, and Christ will establish
his eternal reign.”
CARMEL, 15, whose leprosy doesn’t show yet, is heart-cold
with dread of the way leprosy has mutilated the older
patients around her.
MABI, 24, is heart-sick with worry over his wife and five
children who have been unsupported since the day his lep
rosy was discovered.
BUKOBA, 21, is heart-broken with fear that she may have
given her leprosy to her own babies before they were taken
from her.
These are but three of the millions suffering from terrible
leprosy in mission lands. Each has gnawing heart-ache, be
cause of leprosy.
The missionary can now touch these hearts with the mercy
of Christ and fill them with Christian hope, for leprosy is
curable with the drug DDS. Even the worst cases can be im
proved.
Please send whatever YOUR heart tells you, for DDS and
the other medical needs of the missions, to
Rev. Edward F. Garesche, S.J., Pres.
IC
THE CATHOLIC MEDICAL
MISSION BOARD
Dept. AC 8 West 17th Street New York 11, N.Y.
Remember that this Is only
a Moslem prophecy and has no
real religious worth,
to ba believed. We
only because it is an
ent non-Christian
showing how a notable Moslem
believed Moslemism would dis
appear at the end of the world.
But it does have this lesson for
us: Each hour is to be lived
St. Paul tells us as if it were
fraught with judgment. Tho
time that is given to us we
will use to perfect our soul
the good given to us wo will
sacrifice that the love of God
may spread to all peoples be
fore th* Day of Wrath. D*ny
your self luxury and send it to
us and wo will send It to the
Holy Father for his Missions.
nor is it
quote it
independ
testimony
GOD LOVE YOU to A.J. for
common stock valued
25. “We were going
in our 1953 car for a
with this money, but
help your missions.”
BAKERY
WjNDERS
A
NEW SYSTEM
BAKERY
BUCKEYE LAKE
CLASSIFIED
SECTION
INFORMATION
Technical Improvements
No Replacement For I
-.
Human Warmth In
Modern Hospitals
VATICAN CITY
The staff members—represent
ing management, medical and
nursing personnel of the Mag
na Domus Hospitalis Mediolanen
sis were received by the Holy Fa
ther on the occasion of the 500th
anniversary of the hospital’s
establishment.
The Pontiff then emphasized
the futility of aiming only at
increasing th* number and size
of "the** symbolic temples,
which is what one considers
hospital* as being." To perfect
the technical equipment and
increase the scientific and hy
gienic possibilities would be
useless unless efforts were
made simultaneously to pre
serve and increase the human
warmth in th* relationship be
tween the sick person and the
hospital.
The Pope added: “Beloved sons,
it is our wish that this mystical
but rea* presence of Him in the
person of your sick may become
the driving force behind your ac
tivities. whatever part of the staff
to which you belong.” The mater
ial structure and the technical
and scientific personnel of the
Christian hospital should be “in
spired by the customs and actions
Five Cardinals Guests
Of Egyptian Minister
at $681.
to trade
new one
better to
Cut out this column, pm your
sacrifice to it and mail it to
the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen,
National Director of The So
ciety for the Propagation of
the Faith, 366 Fifth Avenue,
New York lx, N.Y., or your
Diocesan Director, Father
James Kulp, 246 East Town
Street, Columbus 15, Ohio.
VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC)
—Five Cardinals were th guests
of Ambassador Ali Chawky,
Egyptian Minister to the Holy
See, at a reception celebrating
the national independence day of
Egypt.
The Cardinals were Their Emi
nences Ignatius Cardinal Tap
pouni, Syrian Patriarch of Anti
och: Gregory Peter XV Cardinal
Agagiaruan, Patriarch of Cilicia
of the Armenians: Eugene Cardi
nal Tisserant, dean of the Sacred
College of Cardinals Valerio
Cardinal Valeri, prefect of the
Sacred Congregation erf Religious,
and Benedetto Cardinal Aloisi
Masella, archpriest of the Later
an Basilica.
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uargest selection or
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LEE'S
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tNC’) Tschsiral and scientific
improvements can never replace the value of human warmth
between the patient and the hospital staff. His Holiness
Pope Pius XII told 300 members of a Milan hospital.
of the virtue represented by the
whole ot Christian law: love.”
“On entering the hospital the
sick then would find in addition
to well-aired corridors and com
fortable beds, a serene and peace
ful atmosphere,” the Holy Father
continued. “They would find well
known doctors and professional
nurses: they would feel that they
are not running the risk of being
treated as ‘things’ or s ‘cases,’
however interesting.”
Oil Equipment Service Co.
L. W CASEY Mgr.
Complete Service Station and
Bulk Plant Inrtallation and
service
3164 Jervis HU. S-5265
Refrigeration Service
Walter Carney
New Lexington, O. Phone 106
Sheeran's
Quality Drugs
Opposite Court House
New Lexington Ohio
Burger
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Coal 1
DUNN COAL CO.
Gallia and Broadway Street*
FUNERAL HOMES______
Martin Glynn Funeral Home
A Catholic Funeral Home upholding
Catholic Ideals Second and Waller
St*. Phone 2-3021, PorUmouth Ohio
STAHLER'S
PHARMACY
208 Market St Phono 2-3171
Portsmouth. Ohio
SEAGRAVES ELECTRIC
COMPANY
Electric Wiring ul all Kinds
Phono 3-4351 1661 11 th St
ECHO CLEANERS
ONE-DAY SERVICE
Pick-Up and Delivery
Licensed Agent For
MOTH-SAN
1763 13th Street
Phene 3**331 Portemouth. Ohio
ALUMINUM AWNINGS Painting Decorating Rest Homes
PAINTING Inside and Oul
Steaming otf paper. Patch Plaster
Floor fin O Greenwood Ph 4-6967
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DRUG STORE
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES—7
Friday, July 6,1956
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MURRAY'S CARRY OUT
CHAMPAGNE BEER WINE
ALE
Party Snack. AU Kind. Mixes
Open TUI 11 P.M. S Day. a Weak
1117 Oak FA. 2252
Caruso's Pizzeria
PIZZA
SPAGHETTI STEAKS
CHICKEN & CHOPS
CARRY OUT SERVICE
Open Sunday Through Thursday,
$ P.M Till 1 A M.
Fridav and Saturday,
5 M. Tin 3 AM.
Mrs. .lane DePalma, Prop.
3610 W Broad St. 3R. «33*
New Lexington ’S’
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OLUMBU
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LOAN
79 E. GAY ST,
Metzger
Ins. Agency
Complete insurance Service
113 N. Mein 228
Het Paint Appliances
Television Sales A Service
Ellis Dept. Store
8*3 N. Mete •*.
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Isabelle Greene
HOUSE OF FASHION
Home Owned
Dresses, Formats, Bridals
707 Sixth Street
Phone 1-0307. Portsmouth. Ohio
_____________________________
Dr. Charles Stockham
CHIROPRACTOR
4302 Galli. St.. New Borton, Ohio
Phone: Boston $23
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10c to 49c Single Roll
Regular 25c to $1.25 Values
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WEIGAND'S
84 Gallia Street
C. Herrman & Sons Co.
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