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CINCINNATI (NC) Too many Catholic institu
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munity interest and understanding, a public relations ex
pert declared here.
Edward P. VonderHaar, assist
ant to the president of Xavier
University and past national
president of the American Col
lege Public Relations Association,
made the statement at a session
of the Fourth Conference on Bus
iness Problems of Catholic Insti
tutions held at Xavier.
At another session, Father
John J. Flanagan, S.J., execu
tive director of the Catholic
Hospita! Association, urged
Catholic institutions to "broad
en their apostolic horizons."
“In our hospitals, at least 90
per cent of the personnel are lay
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Mr. VonderHaar said that “in
today’s world of rising costs, keen
competition and public demand
for higher and higher standards,
Catholic institutions must estab
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community relations.”
"Too many Institutions ere
living with obsolete ideas es to
the privacy of their opera
tions," he continued. "They ere
living behind ivy curtains with
the smug conviction that their
affairs are their own business
and the public is to be admit
ted only when donations aro
being received.
“A substantial donor has a
right to know if an institution is
being administered efficiently.
Thus many institutions make
their annual financial statements
available to a wide constituency.”
Mr. VonderHarr proposed a
three-point approach to a sound
program:
—A self-analysis must be
made tn determine whether the
high purposes of in institution
are actually being diligently
pursued by every member of
the staff.
—A positive program must
be outlined with definite goals
and rigid time schedules.
—Effective use must be made
of the recognized channels
through which an understand
ing of the institution can be
transmitted in a consistent and
interesting manner to all seg
ments of the community.
“There is a vast variety of
techniques,” he said, “whereby
an institution can demonstrate
its effectiveness as a good citizen
and a good neighbor. The open
house program, the volunteer
service by staff members in other
community projects, the use of
facilities for social, recreational,
civic, disaster and other purpos
es, the speakers’ bureau, and
hundreds of other approaches
will suggest themselves to alert
and determined administrators.”
Father Flanagan declared that
in order to enlist lay personnel
in the “broad apostolate” of a
Catholic institution, the adminis
trator first needs to understand
their econaanic problems and to
pay them wages that are just and
that meet the needs of those, who
are raising families in a Christian
way.
ST. MARY PARISH, Columbus,
is holding its annual home
coming and festival Friday and
Saturday, Aug. 17-18, on the
school grounds, 685 Mohawk St.
Father Francis Schaefer is gen
eral chairman for the event,
assisted by Father James Haag.
Mrs. A. Schumick is chair
man in charge of the Friday
fish dinner, which will be serv
ed from 6 to 11 p.m. Mrs. R.
Leddy in charge of pizza Cub
Scouts, J. Sherman, chairman:
fish pond, Mrs. H. Kaeppner
cane stand, L. Jones games,
Knights of St. John cake stend,
R. Trott candy, T. Eyerman
and Mrs. E- Wolf white
phant, Mrs. F. Michael sugar,
Mrs. J. Quickert groceries,
Mrs. C. J. McGrath games, J.
Tanner ham stand, St. Xavier
Society dolls, G. Maurer ice
cream, Mrs. R. Eyerman pad
dles, Leroy Stein gold fish,
C.Y.O. refreshments, C. Raus
and pop stand, A. Rueckel.
A variety of entertainment is
planned with the public invited.
The event starts at 6 p.m., both
evenings.
NEWARK The sixth annual
St. Francis de Sales outdoor
school bazaar will be held Aug.
9-11, it has been announced by
chairmen Robert Vogelmeier and
Jack Bringardner. Proceeds from
the bazaar, sponsored by the St.
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The desert alter is reflected briefly in a pool of water
marking the central depression of "ground zero* at Trin
ity Site, in the central New Mexico desert where the first
atomic bomb was detonated 11 years ago. While parish
ioners assist in holding altar cloths from the winds, Fath
er John Borley, O.F.M., (center, in front of altir) cele
brates the first Mass ever held at the atomic site. Father
Borley is pastor of St. Francis de Paula Church, Tularosa,
N.M. (NC Photos).
Rebel Commander
Reported Baptized
Before Death
SAIGON, Vietnam (NC)
Ba Cut, commander of rebel forc
es in southwestern Vietnam, was
baptized before his execution, it
was learned here.
The rebel chieftain, whose real
name was Le-Quang-Vinh, led the
Hoa-Hao sect, which has the repu
tation of being anti-Catholic. He
was captured by the national
Nietnamese army and condemned
to death. He had formerly been
a general in the Vietnamese ar
my.
It was reported here that a
Vietnamese priest of the Vicari
ate Apostolic of Cantho visited
the condemned leader, instructed
him in the essentials of the Faith
and baptized him.
The Vietnamese name Ba Cut
means the loss of one finger. The
Hoa-Hao chief cut off one finger
as a protest against Vietnam’s
subjection to France. Later he let
his hair grow to show his defi
ance against the partition of Viet
nam by the Geneva armistice.
Festivals
BREMEN The annual picnic of St. Mary parish will
be held at Schmelzer's Grove, three miles south of Bremen,
on Saturday, August 4, it has been announced by Father
Angelo Gallorini, pastor.
A chicken dinner will
prices $1.25 for adults and 75
cents for children. Games and
other amusements will be held
in the evening.
e served from 5-7 p.m. with
Francis PTA, in cooperation with
other parish groups, are to be
used for the benefit of the
school.
Members of the various plan,
ning committees are: Edward
Heisser, John Ecleberry, Mi
chael Massaro, Paul Walker,
Mrs. Homer Ronan, Mrs. Rob
ert Vogelmeier, Mrs. Richard
Johnson, Mrs. Elmer Layton,
Carl Burkhard, Joseph Date,
Joseph Ehret, Jack Deardurff
and Mrs. Guy Hollis.
Mrs. George Cousino will be
secretary of the committee Phil
ip Young, treasurer, and Leo Pri
or, publicity chairman.
The annual lawn festival of St.
Aloysius parish, Columbus, will
be held Wednesday, Aug. 8, be
ginning at 5 p.m., it has been
announced by Ed Grogan, chair
man, and Louis George, co-chair
man.
Chairmen and their commit
tees are: John Laubmister,
grounds Jack Schluep, publici
ty John Riepenhoff, car stand
Francis Snyder, fruit Joe Sny
der, ball stand Ed Liston, gro
ceries Bob Dawson, PTA Ma
rie Balthaser, blanket Mrs. C.
McCarrick, novelties Gert
Bonn, sandwiches Pat Martin,
religious stand Helen Mack
and Pat Martin, tickets and
Mrs. Jessie Oddi, spaghetti din
ner.
Many stands have been plan
ned for the entertainment of both
adults and children. The affair,
which is scheduled for the school
grounds, will be held Thursday
night in case of inclement weath
er Wednesday.
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J. Meyer, 91, father of Archbi
ship Albert G. Meyer of Mil
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Newark Council
Hosts K. of C.
Officer Meeting
WELSH, Thomas, 83, July 25,
St. Mary church, Marion.
GERWIN, Mrs. Elizabeth, July
25, St. John the Evangelist
church, Columbus.
HEARN, Charles, July 24, St.
Vincent de Paul church, Mt. Ver
non.
PRICE, Hugh, 55, July 26, St.
Mary Magdalene church. St. Jo
seph cemetery.
BREINING, Mrs. John, July 25,
St. Mary church, Lancaster. St.
Mary cemetery.
D’ALUTO, Joseph, 70, July 22,
St. Ladislaus church, Columbus.
FOX, Albert, 59, July 23, St.
Mary church, Lancaster. St. Mary
cemetery.
WILLIAMS, Myron, 49, June
22, Holy Trinity church, Jackson.
RYAN, William, 29, July 24, St.
Christopher church, Columbus.
St. Joseph cemetery.
LOMBARDO, Joseph, 74, July
21, St. Joseph church, Dover. St.
Joseph cemetery.
JOHNSON, Mrs. Mary, 69, July
21, St. Rose church, New Lexing
ton.
PLATT, Mrs. Ruth, July 23, St.
John the Evangelist church, Co
lumbus. St. Joseph cemetery.
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St Christopher, Columbus
Newly elected officers of the
Holy Name Society of St. Christo
pher church, who will serve from
September, 1956, to September,
1957, include Leo (’. McGee as
president Maurice Forquer, vice
president Joseph L. Fortin, sec
retary and August Grodrian.
treasurer.
The monthly parish society will
receive Holy Communion on the
second Sunday of each month,
with the monthly business meet
ing taking place immediately fol
lowing the communion breakfast
in the school cafeteria.
The Rev. Albert E. Culliton,
pastor of St. Christopher church,
is director of the Columbus
ocesan Holy Name Union
New officers for the parish
Holy Name Society of Immacu
late Conception church are Law
rence Halter, president Robert
McCauley, vice-president James
McGarity, secretary and John
Heiser, treasurer.
The second Sunday of each
month is Holy Communion day
for the group, with the Tuesday
evening previous scheduled for
monthly meetings.
St. Catharine, Columbus
Thomas C. Caito is the newly
elected president of th? parish
Holy Name Society of St. Cath
arine church, with Thomas C.
Farrell, vice-president Harold
Pierce, secretary and D. Joseph
Smith, treasurer. The members
receive Holy Communion at the
7:30 Mass on the second Sunday
of the month. Meeting dates are
arranged on a monthly basis, not
yearly.
of
of
Grand Knights and officers
four councils of Knights
Columbus District 38 met re
cently in Newark Council’s 721
clubrooms. District director
Robert Vogelmeier conducted
the meeting and outlined the
basic six-point program of the
Knights supreme council and the
Ohio State council.
Represented at the meeting
were Grand Knights Harold
o s s e 1 e r, Zanesville Joseph
Allen, New Lexington Carl Rise,
Lancaster and Charles Pellerite,
Newark.
Vogelmeier announced instal
lation ceremonies for newly
elected officers of District 38
will be held during August and
September.
Requiescant
You are asked to pray for the
repose of the souls of the follow
ing and the others who have died
i* the Diocese during the past
week.
MERE, Mrs. Tony, 78, July 26,
Church of the Ascension, Johns
town.
S.S. Simon and Jude,
West Jefferson
Officers announced by the Ho
ly Name Society of SS. Simon and
Jude Church, West Jefferson, are
Thomas Lorenz, president Ber
nard White, secretary and James
Murray, treasurer.
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Holy Name Parish
Pledges 830,250
At First Meeting
A total of $30,250 was report
ed pledged in the Holy Name
Debt Reduction Campaign at
Solemn Opening Ceremonines
last week, by Monsignor John
B. Donahie. pastor.
Nearly 100 volunteer workers
of the parish participated in the
services which opened the Gen
eral Phase of the campaign, af
ter which they received their
kits preparatory to making calls
on other parishoners.
General Chairman of the cam
paign is Francis J. Clager. Ber
nard Flynn is Memorial Gifts
chairman and James Logsdon,
Team Captain's chairman.
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Eight-Pamphlet Digest
Of Summa Published
NEW YORK, (NC)—A series
of eight pamphlets containing a
digest of St. Thomas Aquinas’
“Summa Theologica.” has been
published by the Paulist Press
here.
The series, called Highlights
of the Summa, was edited by
Jesuit Father Gerald C. Treaey.
of the Loyola Retreat House in
Morristown, N. J.
Each 32-page pamphlet is di
vided into lessons, and a series
of questions relating to each
h-tson is placed in the back of
the pamphlet.
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Cutting Off
Aid To Tito
WASHINGTON—The executive
committee of th? Supreme
Board of Directors of the Knights
of Columbus has sent a message
to President Eisenhower and
members of Congress urging the
cutting off of all US. aid to
Yugoslavia.
The communication, in the
form of a resolution adopted by
the group, declared that Presi
dent Tito “neither sympathizes
with, nor can be relied upon to
support, the American concept
of human freedom”
Stating that it repreeents
"Mora than one million mem
bars of the society," tho
Knight* of Columbus commit
tee said that Tito's recent "trl
umphial tour" of Russia "gives
added substance to longstand
ing doubts" about the wisdom
of U.S. help for him.
Di-
Immaculate Conception,
Columbus
The resolution declared that
“the tyranny of Tito’s dictator
ship, manifested in the persecu
tion of religious and otherwise,
does not appear to differ mater
ially from the tyranny which
prevails in the Soviet Union and
its captive satellites.”
Copies of the statement were
received by President Eisenhow
er, all Senators. Speaker of the
House Sam Rayburn. Majority
Leader John W. McCormack of
Massachusetts and Minqrity
Leader Joseph W. Martin, Jr.,
of Massachusetts.
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