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10—-THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, July 20,1956
Outside Jesus Christ we do not
know either what death is, or
what life is, or what God is, or
what we ourselves are.—Blaise
Pascal (1623-3662), “Thoughts.'’
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German Cardinal Hits
Protestant Charges
COLOGNE, Germany (NC) His Eminence Josef
Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of Cologne, has issued a reply
to a letter sent to him by Lutheran Bishop Otto Dibelius
protesting what the latter called the attitude of the Spanish
government toward Protestant activities in Spain.
Bishop Dibelius, president of
the Council of the Evangelical
(Lutheran) Church of Germany,
addressed Cardinal Frings in the
latter's capacity as chairman of
the Fulda Conference of the
Catholic Bishops in Germany. He
suggested that the German Bish
ops use their influence to stop
the Spanish government’s confis
cation of Protestants’ Bibles and
other publications. He claimed
that the Spanish Bishops opposed
the reopening of the Protestant
seminary in Madrid which the
Spanish government had closed.
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Cardinal Frings, in his reply,
said it should be noted at the out
set that the German Bishops
could not be expected to exert
any influence on the government
of Spam.
At the same time. His Eminence
added, the Catholic Bishops of
Spain are no hindrance lo peace
between Catholics and Protest
ants, for they are bound by the
Holy Father’s insistence on toler
ance toward the religious convic
tions of those who think differ
ently. Concerning the question of
the reopening of the Protestant
seminary, the Cardinal pointed
out that, according to the con
cords between the Holy See and
Spain, this matter is the direct
concern of the Spanish govern
ment and not of the Spanish
Bishops.
While the Catholic Bishops of
Spain have themselves been no
barrier to peace between Catho
lics and Protestants, the Cardi
nal continued, the impression he
has gathered from his investiga
tion is that the Spanish Protest
ants have done little to avoid ag
gravating a difficult situation,
and may be guilty of causing
troub.e in certain cases.
“Peace between the* denomina
tions is in itself a great blessing,’’
the Cardinal’s letter concluded,
“and, in the light of our common
struggle against practical materi
alism in our midst and the dan
ger of dialectic materialism, is in
a great measure a necessity. It
would, in my opinion, be a serv
ice to this peace if you would
drop this reproach against the
I Church authorities of Catholic
11
Spain once and for all.”
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Love Comics
Are ’Replacing
Crime Stories
MONTREAL (NC) Inspec
tor Ovila Pelletier, head of the
Montreal Juvenile Delinquency
Prevention Bureau, has warned
parents *o bp on guard against so
called “love comics."
He said there has been a mark
ed decrease in “crime comics,”
due to constant vigilance and ac
tion by poliep and educational ac
tivity by parents and teachers.
He appealed especially to par
ents to give the same cooperation
in watching over “love comics.”
Prosecution against these so-call
ed comics is more difficult, he
said, because they are made to
appear highly moral by the fact
that in the situations depicted the
boys and girls either escape un
sullied or become repentant.
Hp quoted findings of the Cin
cinnati Committee on Evaluation
of Comic Books, which said that
"love comics” seemed to be dis
placing "crime comics." The com
mittee described the “love com
ics" as "unreal and unwhole
some.”
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NCCW Officer Diet*
BRIDGEPORT, Conn—(NO
A Requiem Mass was offered in
St. Augustine's Cathedral here
for Mrs. Anastasia Prendergast
Kennelly, 73, a former vice-presi
dent of the National Council of
Catholic Women.
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Segregation Bi I In
Freedom at Last
Big smiles were the order of the day as Father Thom
as L. Phillips, 51, at left, and Father John W. Clifford, 38,
right, arrive in Hong Kong aboard the German freighter
Hamburg, after spending three years in a Chinese Com
munist prison at Shanghai. Both priests, natives of San
Francisco, were accused by the Communists of conducting
espionage and revolutionary activities. (NC Radiophoto)
Red Paper Does
About ace On
Co-Existence
BERLIN—(NC)—The East Ger
man Communist Party’s official
organ has declared ‘hat peaceful
co-existence between communism
and Christianity is meaningless
and impossible.
The East Berlin Red daily,
Neues Deutschland, in its lead
article reversed the earlier stand
of the communists that peaceful
co-existence is possit le and desir
able.
The idea of co-existence has
been denounced repeatedly by
Christian speakers everywhere
Now the ■'mmunists themselves
denounce the idea.
The article in Neues Deutsch
land declared that Marxism and
Leninism are opposed to a relig
i which does not gr the state
first place in the minds of the
people. Christianity, with its em
p’ s i religious ri—iples. is
incompatible with the Marxist
Teninist ideal of total service to
t’ state, the editorial asserted.
Betw n the state and the
Cl rch there can be nothing but
a kind nf tolerance for a while,
according to the communist pa
per, but the struggle of state and
Church for supremacy is inevit
able.
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St. Louis Gets
New Newspaper
ST. LOUIS (NC) An inde
pendent weekly newspaper will
replace the St. Ixniis Register,
published since 1941 as part of
the Register system of diocesan
newspapers, as the official publi
cation of the St. Louis archdio
cese, it has been announced by
Archbishop Joseph E. Ritter.
The name for the new paper
has not yet been chosen but Arch
bishop Ritter disclosed that a
printing contract has been award
ed.
The St. Louis Register has a
circulation of 103,000 The 17-man
St. Ixitiis Register staff, headed
hy Father Jasper J. Chiodini,
managing editor, Father Daniel
Moore, associate editor, Father
John W. Miller, business man
ager, Rhea Felknor, news editor,
and A. R. Christie, advertising
manager, will take charge of the
new paper. It is scheduled to
make it's debut in February,
which is annually observed as
Catholic Press Month.
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RATON ROUGE, U.- (NC)
Two more segregation bills have
been signed by Louisiana’s Earl
K. Ixing, and will go into effect
August 1.
One measure provides for seg
regated seating arrangements for
white and negro patrons of Iran
sit systems, and separate rest
room facilities in depots. The oth
er provides that common carriers
in intrastate travel in Ixrtusiana
must provide separate accommo
dations for white and Negro pass
engers.
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STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE,
Que.—(NC)—Preparations are ad
vancing for the observance of the
300th anniversary of the found
ing of the historic Shrine of St.
Anne here. Celebrations have
been scheduled from early May to
October, 1958.
Highlighting the observance
will be the annual solemn novena
to St. Anne, pilgrimages by var
ious groups and an exhibit whose
theme is “St Anne in the History
of Art.”
The tercentennial observance
will open on Sunday, May 4, 1958,
and’ will close Sunday, October
12, 1958.’
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Pope Assures
Poles of Prayers
VATICAN CITY (Radio,
NC) His Holiness Pope Pius
XH has assured some 300 mem
bers of the Polish colony here
that he would pray for “our be
loved Catholic Poland, especially
in these times of pain, sadness
and oppression.”
At a general audience in St?
Peter's Basilica, the Pope singled
out the Poles as “my very dear
Polish people.”
The group ot Poles was led by
Archbishop Joseph Gawlina, Or
dinary for Polish Catholics in ex
ile. It included Casimir Papee,
Poland's Ambassador of the Pol
ish government in exile to the
Holy See: Msgr. Valerian Meysto
wicz. ecclesiastical counselor at
the same embassy and Msgr.
Marian Strojny, rector of the
Polish Pontifical Institute of
Studies.
As he was leaving, the Pope
cried out in Polish: “Praised be
Jesus Christ.” The Poles, many
of them in tears, responded by
singing in Polish “Serdeczna
Matko" (Dearest Mother), one of
their favorite hymns to the Bless
ed Mother.
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Priest-Educator
Dies In Iowa
DAVENPORT, Iowa.—(NO
Msgr. Ulrich A. Hauber, 71, chair
man of the division of natural
sciences at St. Ambrose College,
died here recently. He was for
merly president of tbe school.
Active for many years in rural
life work, Msgr. Hauber in 1955
received distinguished service
plaque from the National ’ho
lie Rural Life Conference The
same year St. Am’ ose College,
on whose faculty he had spent
more tha.i 50 years, dedicated its
homecoming weekend 1 him. He
was president of the college from
1926 to 1930.
Information
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Hines Distributing Company
Newark O Phone FA 6-6011
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IT PAYS TO USE THE
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HANBY'S
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THE HUB
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NEWARK, OHIO
Furniture & Appliances
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Depeeits
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Sister Pioneer Dies
OKLAHOMA CTY, Okla.
(NC)—Sister Mary Toachim, 87,
a member of the Sisters of Mercy
for 61 years, die e la Mercy
Hospital after a long illness.
She had helped to pioneer Ca
tholicism in Indian Territ.ry,
which included the present area
of this state. She worked with
two other member, of the order.
e who tames his anger is
worth m.ae than a taker of
cities.—Proverbs xvi, 32.
unera
NEWARK
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PHONE FA. 4-4141
Rear 58 S. 4th St.
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Earns Masters
WASHINGTON, D. Tha
School of Social Science
of ths
Catholic University
of America
on June 10th conferred the Mas
ter of Arts degree upon
Loretta
Ford, Columbus, Otr.o
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MUNICH Baroness Gertrud
von Le Fort, outstanding German
author and poet, will be awarded
an honorary doctor of theology by
the University of Munich on the
occasion of her 80th birthday on
October 11.
'ears
Phone CA. 1-6665
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