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1—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday. July 20,1956 Ohio-------- News In Brief YOUNGSTOWN Auxiliary Bishop Fulton J. Sheen of New York will offer the Divine Litur gy (Mass) of St. John Chrysostom in English on July 22 in Youngs town. it has been announced. Bishop Sheen will come here at the invitation of the five By santine Rite parishes in the Ma honing Valley which are under the jurisdiction of Bishop Nich olas T. Elko of the Pittsburgh Greek Rite diocese. CINCINNATI More than 2000 Knights of St. John attended the fiftieth International Supreme Convention in Dayton recently. The event drew delegates from «pny sections of the midwest and east and from as far away as Trinidad. The knights and their auxili aries staged a colorful full-dress parade in downtown Dayton. STEUBENVILLE A survey team of four priests will enter the eighth county in the Steuben ville^ diocese shortly to survey feu* possible Mass stations. Invit ed by the various pastors to sur vey particular communities, the priests have covered parts of Jef ferson. Belmont, Harrison, Car roll, Guernsey, Monroe and Law rence counties. They’ll start in Meigs county in the near future. TOLEDO The purchase of two additional buildings for the Catholic Club was announced last week. The club now has three buildings. Spokesmen said the buildings will be connected with •aeh other. The buildings were bought from the Toledo Automobile Club for around (75,000. o------ Paper Denies Vatican Treaty VATICAN CITY—fNO—Rum en to the effect that the Federal Republic of Germany and the Holy See are considering a new concordat are “completely un founded," according to the Vat ican City daily, L’Osservatore Romano. Reports sent out by a major news agency alleging that a new treaty is being considered were published in several prominent German newspapers following the visit of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to His Holiness Pope Fius XII. L’Osservatore said it was diffi cult tn see how such rumors eould originate or be taken ser iously, since the Holy Father, in his speech during Adenauer’s visit, had explicitly supported the existing concordat of 1933. L’Osservatore said, however, that the possibility that the con cordat might he revised should not be excluded. ----------------------(.-------------------- Binhop Thought killed By Reda Reported Alive ROME- -Bishop Theophilus Ma tulionis of Kaisedons, Lithuania, ©nee thought dead, is now known to he alive and is said to have been returned to his native coun try from Russia because of fail ing heelth. This report was published here by a news service issued by the Lithuanian College of St. Casi ■dr TOP LATE TO CLASSIFY___ HOUSE FOR SALE Beautiful 2-atory brick and frame with many extras. 1 block from St Mary jta^dalena Church. By owner. BR. fli i 4 ,rr ft 3t fi BLENDS ARE IMPORTANT: Sister M. Lucina, O.P., discusses blends and dis graphs with future teachers, Mrs. Thomas P. Ke raster and Miss Marie Messerly in Methods in Reading. Miss Messerly will Portsmouth Nun lias Anniversary Sister Giovanni, daughter of George F. Malone, of 610 Fifth St., Portsmouth, was honored re cently when she celebrated her silver jubilee as a Franciscan nun. The Most Reverend Edward A. Fitzgerald, DD Bishop of Wi nona, Minn., presided at cere monies last Saturday. Sister Gi ovanni entered the order from St. Mary parish, Portsmouth. Books Placed On Index VATIt AN CITY The sacred Conregation of the Holy Office has placed two books by the French existentialist, Simone de Beauvoir, on the Index of forbid den hooks. The condemned hooks are “I/? Deuxieme Sexe,” issued in Paris in 1949 and later published in English as The Second Sex,” and “l-es Mandarins.” which appeared in Paris in 1954 and subsequently published in English as “The Mandarins." The Vatican (Tty daily, L’Osber vatore Romano, in commenting on the decree of the Holy Of fice said the two hooks have been put on the index to protect young people, “who would feel their in fluence more easily," and to fore warn ad.ilLs who might not be able to discern the “subtle poison which they hide." “All methods are good, she says, which allow woman to es cape the slavery of motherhood, and accuses the Church of being the opponent of woman’s free dom.” Lay Retreats 1956 July 20-22 ........... Women July 27-29 ............... Mon July 31 Augud 2 .............Men Auguaf 3 5............ Mon August 10-12 ............. Mon LAY RETREAT HOUSE St Thereoe Shrine 5277 E. Broad Street MMOOOBQMeOQOQOI MOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOeCOOO ST. MICHAEL'S SUMMER FESTIVAL N. HIGH ST. & SELBY BLVD. WORTHINGTON, OHIO FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 20 and 21 Two Cars On Display Dodge Coronet Two Door Chevrolet Everybody Invited AMPLE PARKING Just the Right Blend W A A *4l 'j- lit- Pope Urges Unification For Germany VATICAN CITY (NC) His Holiness Pope Pius XII has ex pressed the hope that the still unsettled questions of German unification and the nation's east ern boundary will be solved grad ually and in a way that will pro vide the ‘basis for a true peace." The Holy Father voiced his concern in regard to Germany partition during a 40 minute spe cial audience granted to German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer here. Although the Pope did not spe cifically use the term unification, he referred to it when he called for a settlement of the problem of the area “that lies east of the Federal Republic." (The Soviet occupation zone is there.) He was also understood to refer to unifi cation when he urged a general solution of Germany’s problems that would he "supported by all states and interested groups.” The Holy Father praised the patience of Chancellor Adenauer during the difficult postwar years. ------------------o------------------ Franciscan Gets First Fulbright Granted To Nun CHICAGO—(NC) Sister Mary Justine has received the first Fulbright scholarship to be given to a Sister for study in Great Britain. The Franciscan nun, who is completing work for a doctorate tn history at Loyola University here, will spend a year al the In stitute of Historical Research, a division of the University of Ixindon The Institute is affil iated with Queen Mary College. ------------------o------------------ Steel Strike Pilgrimage ESSEX, N.Y. Four hundred pilgrims to the Shrine of Our l^ady of Hope here took part in a novena for a “just and speedy sc'tlement of the steel strike." 6 teach at St. Mary's, Lancaster next year. Twenty-four lay women, mostly teachers, •re enrolled in the summer classes at the College of St. Mary of the Springs. I At fj. Bishop Ready (Continued from Page 1) »ent to th* United States and serving as assistant pastor to Fr. Guido Margutti in Detroit for two months he was trans ferred to the Columbus Diocese as assistant pastor of St. John the Baptist. He was named pastor of the parish in September of 1949 and served in that capacity until his appointment as rector of the seminary last September. Fr. John B. Boracco Fr. Boracco was born in Turin, Italy, in 1908 and entered the so ciety in 1920. He was ordained in December of 1930. Four years later he was sent to China and was named rector of the Mayor Provincial Seminary at Kaifeng He came to the United States aft er being expelled by a Red popu lar trial. Fr. Jamas Bregole Fr. Bregola was born Ge neva, Italy in 1912, and was or dained in 1934. He received his STD. degree (Doctor of Sacred Theology) at the Pontifical Uni versity Gregonana in Rome be fore being sent to Kaifeng, China, in 1936 He taught theology and philosophy for 12 years in the regional seminary of Honan after spending four years among the natives. He was expelled by the Reds in 1952 and came to the United States receiving a Mas ter’s Degree in education at Ohio State University this year. The temporary seminary here in Columbus was established in late 1952 and three men were or dained priests, the first ordina tion class in May of this year. Anyone desiring to attend the ceremonies Sunday may reach the seminary site hy driving from Columbus on Route 40, turning left on route 79 in Hebron, drive two miles, turning left after pass ing through the underpass. ----Mass Ordo--- LITURGY Of The WEEK SATURDAY, JULY 21, SATURDAY OF OUR LADY. White vestments, Gloria, Sec ond and Third prayers (in Low Masses) of St. Praxedes and for the Pope, Preface of the Blessed Virgin. SUNDAY, JULY 22, THE NINTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST. Green vestments, Gloria, Sec ond prayer (in Low Masses) of St. Mary Magdalene, Credo, Pref ace of the Trinity. MONDAY, JULY 21 FEAST OF ST. APOLLINARIS. Red vestments, Gloria, Second and Third prayers (in Low' Mass es) of St. Liborius and for the Pope, Common Preface. TUESDAY, JULY 24, COMMEMORATION OF ST. CHRISTINA. Mass as on Sunday. Green vest ments, no Gloria, Second and Third prayers (in Low Masses) of St. Christina and for the Pope, no Credo, Common Preface. WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 FEAST OF ST. JAMES THE APOSTLE. Red vestments, Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) of St. Christopher, Credo, Preface of the Apostles. THURSDAY, JULY 26, FEAST OF ST. ANNE, MOTHER OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN. White vestments, Gloria, Com mon Preface. FRIDAY, JULY 27, COMMEMORATION OF ST. PANTALEONIS. Mass as on Sunday. Green vest ments, no Gloria, Second and Third prayers (in Ixw Masses) of St. Pantaleonis and for the Pope, no Credo. Common Preface. SATURDAY, JULY 28, SATURDAY OF OUR LADY. White vestments, Gloria, Sec nd and Third prayers (in Low lasses) of Holy Martyrs Nazari s and Celus and for the Pope .'reface of the Blessed Virgin. For August Series Catholic Hour Schedules Talks With Famous Personalities NEW YORK (NC) The Catholic Hour will present “Close-Up,” a series of conversations with four outstanding Catholic personalities in public affairs, the arts and litera ture, for its August TV programs on NBC. The o u ogram series, which starts Aug. 5 (5 to 5:30, p.m., EST) will feature Father John LaFarge, S.J., Andre Gi rard, Father Philip Hughes and Paul Horgan. The Catholic Hour series is produced by the Na tional Council of Catholic Men. Father LaFarge will be on the first telecast. An editor for many years of America, national Jesuit weekly, he was a pioneer in in terracial work. He was one of the founders of the Catholic Inter racial Council in New York City. His autobiography, “The Manner is Ordinary,” was published in 1954. His other works include “The Jesuits in Modern Times,” “Interracial Justice,” and “The Race Question and the Negro.” Artist Appears The second telecast will fea ture Andre Girard, an artist. Gi rard received his formal training at the Beaux Arts in France, his native country. He was in charge of the French Building at the San Francisco Exposition and made the murals for the French Pavilion at the New York World’s Fair. His one-man show in New York under the auspices of one of the founders of the Museum of Modern Art, and his pioneer work in painting on glass have made him a significant figure in con temporary art. The August 19 telecast will be a “Close Up” of Father Philip Hughes, English historian, Ox ford and Cambridge scholar. His three-volume “History of the Church” is generally acclaimed as the definitive history of the Church by a contemporary au thor. His other works include “The Catholic Question,” “St. John Fisher,” “Pope Pius XI,” “The Faith in Practice,” “Popes’ New Order” and “A Popular His tory of the Church.” Father Hughes was a visiting professor at the University of Notre Dame this past academic year. Pulitxer Winner Paul Horgan, educator and prize winning novelist, will ap pear on Aug. 26. He has written more than a score of books, in cluding “The Great River,” an historical study of the Rio Grande, which won him the Pulit zer prize as well as the Bancroft and Collins prizes. Conversing with Father La Forge will be Justice Harold Stevons, first Negro to be ap pointed to the New York State Supreme Court. He has been ossociated with Father LaFarge in the Catholic Layman's Union and the Catholic Interracial Council, which grew out of the former. Talking with Andre Girard will be Msgr. John J. Dougherty, dis tinguished scriptural scholar. the correct number the correct number Sacred Heart. (Continued from Page 1) in September of 1923 and class room space was made available for the first class of 27 men. In 1947 a recreation center was built on the Summit Street side of the grounds and dedicated to the memory of Monsignor James M. Ryan who had been pastor of the parish from 1919 until his death in 1944. Monsignor Ryan who had taken over the pastoral duties at Sacred Heart after re turning from serving as Chap lain of the 133rd Machine Gun Battalion in France, was respon sible for the building of the pres ent Sacred Heart Church dedicat ed in 1923 which faces on Ham let street. Bishop Hettinger has been pas tor for the past 11 years. -------------------o------------------- Bishop Sheen (Continued from Page 1) which is equally interested in winning souls.” God always provides enough vo cations for His Churcl the Bish op emphasized. If the Church lacks sufficient priests or Relig ious in certain countries and in certain periods of history, it is because young peoph ve failed to respond to the divine will, he said. “As a nation gets kind of government it deserves, so a dio cese, a nation, a religious society gets the kind of vocations for which they yearn, for which they aspire and for which they pray," Bishop Sheen stated. THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY IMPORTANT...THE INFORMATION PAGES County telephone users no longer have to dial “9” before dialing a Columbus number. Simply dial the number as listed in the new directory— TWO letters and FIVE figures. For numbers in your local service area (no long distance charge), dial TWO letters and FIVE figures as listed. For all calls beyond your local service area (where long distance charges apply), dial ”0” for oper ator as in the past. For additional information, check the Information Pages of your directory. CHECK FOR THE CORRECT NUMBER All Columbus and Franklin County telephone numbers are now TWO letters and FIVE figures. Columbus subscribers now dial all Columbus and County numbers TWO letters and FIVE figures as listed in the new directory. It is no longer neces sary to dial "FR” before dialing County numbers. Clergy Lives.. (Continued from Page 1) death from atomic radiation. Machine guns are posted all around the camp. Sanitary condi tions in the barracks are deplor able. Old and sick prisoners are given scarcely any medieal aid. "You scoundrels are here fe die," a communist guard an nounced to them recently. "The sooner the proletarian world Is delivered of your disgusting presence, the better." Since work quotas are set so high that only the most vigor ous of the prisoners can meet them, food rations are cut to the bone by way of punishment, even though the food is bad. Among the prisoners are both diocesan and religious priests: Slovaks, Czechs, Germans, Hun garians, Ruthenians and Ru manians. They are granted no holidays, and Sundays are or dinary working days. When uranium was discovered in this mine, the Russians ob tained a 99-year concession. The returnee told the Saarbruecken newspaper that he spent 10 years in this horror camp. He did not want his name disclosed. FIRS-PROOF BLOCK AND BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. EAST PLANT 3800 E. 5th Ave. Ph. BE. 5-8831 WEST PLANT 890 W. 3rd Ave. Ph. AX. 9-1128 Manufacturer! Besaer Vlbrapac Quality Concrete and Lite-Stone Block and Concrete Brick We stock Richmond steel door frames and Galena Shale Brick. If you are planning to build a home, garage or farm building call at our office for free plan book. ABC GHI lOPftAIOS TUVW'