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2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Aug. 17,1956
Area Marked Off
For Three Parishes
Bishop Ready announce*
lowing parishes this week
St. Andrew
NORTHERN BOUNDARY: The
south side of Route 161 from the
Scioto River on the west, to the
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
on the east.
EASTERN BOUNDARY: The
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
from Route 161 on the north.
outh to a point which is direct
ly west of Glenmont Avenue on
an airline then east on an air
line to a point on the Olentangy
River, which is diredly west of
Glenmont Avenue on an airline
then the Olentangy River south
to a point which is directly east
of Ridgecliff Drive on an airline.
SOUTHERN BOUNDARY: From
a point on the Olentangy River
which is directly east of Ridge
cliff Drive, west on an airline to
Ridgecliff Drive, then west on
Ridgecliff Drive (inclusive) to a
juncture with Swansea Road, then
west on Swansea Road (inclusive)
to the Scioto River.
WESTERN BOUNDARY: The
Scioto River from Swansea Road
north to Route 161.
St. Agatha
NORTHERN BOUNDARY.
From a point on the Olentangy
River which is directly east of
Ridgecliff Road, west on an air
line to Ridgecliff Road, then west
on Ridgecliff Road (exclusive)
to a juncture with Swansea Road,
then west on Swansea Road (ex
elusive) to the Scioto River.
EASTERN BOUNDARY: Olen
tangy River from a point which
is directly east on an airline from
Ridgecliff Road on the north to
Kinnear Road on the south.
SOUTHERN BOUNDARY: The
north aide of Cambridge Boule-
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the boundaries for the fol-
vard from Dublin Road on the
west to Yorkshire Boulevard on
east to North Starr Avenue on
the east the north side of Guil
ford Road from Yorkshire Boule
vard on the west to North Starr
Avenue on the east Kinnear Road
(exclusive) from North Starr Ave
nue on the west to the Olentangy
River on the east.
WESTERN BOUNDARY: Scio
to River from a point which is
directly west of Swansea Road
on the north to a point which
is directly west of Cambridge
Boulevard on the south.
St. James
NORTHERN BOUNDARY:
From a point on the New York
Central and Pennsylvania Rail
roads which is directly west of
Elmore Avenue, east on an air
line to Elmore Avenue, east on
Elmore Avenue (exclusive), and
then east on an air line to Alum
Creek.
EASTERN BOUNDARY: Alum
Creek from a point which is di
rectly east on an airline from El
more Avenue on the north to a
point directly east of Denune
Avenue on the south.
SOUTHERN BOUNDARY: The
north side of Weber Road from
the NYC railroad on the west to
Westerville Road on the east
the north side of Denune Avenue
from Westerville Road on the
West to Woodland Avenue on the
east thence on an airline from
the intersection of Woodland
Avenue on the west to a point
directly east on Alum Creek.
WESTERN BOUNDARY: The
NYC and Pennsylvania railroads
from a point directly west on an
airline from Elmore Avenue on
the north to Weber Road on the
south.
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Catholic Hour Sunday
Features America Editor
NEW YORK (NO The
Catholic Hour radio program on
Sunday, Aug. If) (2:00 p.m., WLW
Radio) will feature Father Vin
cent Kearney, S.J.. editor of Asi
an affairs for the weekly review,
America, edited by Jesuit Fa
thers.
The Catholic hour TV program
on the same day will be an in
terview with Father Phillip
Hughes, English historian. Both
programs are produced by the
National Council of Catholic
Men.
Father Hughes, whose three
volume “History of the Church’’
is considered the definitive his
tory of the Church by a contem
porary author, will be interview
ed by John Delaney, editor of
Doubleday's Image Books.
See the
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Reds Release
Three U.S.
Missionaries
HONG KONG—(NC) Three
American Catholic missionaries
have been shifted from their
Shanghai prison cells to a guard
ed private house, the Catholic
Mission Bulletin here has dis
closed.
The missionaries are Fathers
John A. Houle, S.J., Oakland,
Calif. Cyril Wagner, O.F.M.,
Pittsburgh, and Joseph P. Mc
Cormack, M.M., New York.
Transfer of the priests is re
garded here as a prelude to their
release. Fathers Wagner and Mc
Cormack had been sentenced to
five years’ imprisonment by the
Reds, and Father Houle received
a four-vear sentence.
Earlier reports here stated
that Father Wagner and Father
Fulgence Goss, O.F.H., of Ome
ha, Neb., had been released
from prison and were steying
at the mission in Shanghai.
Bishop Ambrose Pinger, O.
F. M. of Chowtsun, who was re
leased recently by the Chinese
Reds, is also in Shanghai. He is
reported to have lost 130 pounds
during his imprisonment. Accord
ing to the report his weight drop
ped from 225 to 95 pounds.
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Social Work
Musi Not
Be Stifled
LONDON -His Eminence Ber
nard Cardinal Griffin, Archbish
op of Westminster, told delegates
to a study week of the Catholic
International Union of Social
Service here to remember always
that charity must not be stifled
by the state.
"Th* 'welfare state' does not
exclude voluntary endoevor.
Indeed when its works exclude
the possibility of personal serv
ice, it becomes a tyrannical
dictatorship," the Cerdinal seid
in a message read to the dele
gates at a service in Westmins
ter cathedral.
“The Church has always been
in the fore in social field. These
works make a contribution which
is not to be set aside just bacause
the state has started to concern
itself with such matters. Charit
able organizations must me
brought into happy partnership
with governmental interest in
the same field he said, and
added:
“Religious and voluntary or
ganizations must strive to attain
the highest standards, such as
are demanded by the state. But
for their part, state officials
must always be on their guard
lest they stifle charity and gen
erosity.”
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'Red Book' Says Bishop
Held As Insane
VATICAN CITY (NC)
Bishop Eugene Bossilkoff of Nik
opol, Bulgaria, who was sentenc
ed to death by the Rods nn Oct.
3, 1952, is in an institution for
insane, according to the “Red
Book of the Persecuted Church.”
The “Red Book” was published
by the Commission for the Perse
cuted Church, a branch of the
Conference of International Cath
olic Organizations The first copy
of it was given to His Holiness
Pope Pius XII in May.
Lay Retreats
1956
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Saptambar 7 9................Woman
Saptambar 14-16 .............. Man
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The newly elected officers of the Co
lumbus General Assembly, Fourth De
gree, Knights of Columbus, were installed
recently at an assembly meeting. Seated
they are: Edward J. Redel, Faithful Cap
tain, Robert L. Conlon, Faithful navigator.
Standing, left to right, Eugene Walcutt,
Trustee Joseph Enright, Trustee Karl
Soller, Faithful Purser George Farischon,
Faithful Scribe James J. Ryan, Outside
130 Attend from Diocese
The World Council of Churches
is an association of some 160
Protestant and Orthodox denomi
nations, founded in 1948, which
is seeking church unity. Between
its assemblies every five years,
it is governed by the Central
Committee, which meets annual
ly
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Integrity Magazine
Suspends Publication
NEW YORK (NO Integri
ty magazine, a monthly publish
ed here by lay Catholics for the
past 10 years, has announced that
it has been forced to suspend
publication “because of corporate
difficulties."
In its own words. Integrity was
“dedicated to the task of discov
ering a new synthesis of religion
and life for our times.’’ It was
founded in 1946 by Ed Willock
and Carol Jackson. Its last edi
tor was Dorothy Dohen.
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Fourth Degree Elects Officers
Students Meet Next
Week at Notre Dame
Return of the layman to a place of responsibility in
extending religious influence will be the theme of the 17th
national convention of the Catholic Students’ Mission Cru
sade.
Representatives of 3,100 affil
iated units will participate at the
University of Notre Dame, Aug.
23 to 26.
Soma 130 dioeasan studants
will laava for Notra Dame naxt
waak according to Fr. Jamas
Kulp, Dioeasan moderator for
tha CSMC.
Msgr. Edward A. Freking, sec
retary of the crusade and gen
eral chairman of the convention,
announced that Father Harold W.
Rigney, S.V.D., released late last
year from Red China imprison-
Churches Meet
Seen as Boon
To Red Strategy
VIENNA Hungarian Catho
lics as well as Protestants wel
comed the meeting of the World
Council of Churches near Buda
pest in the hope that Protestants
from the West would get an in
sight into the so-called religious
freedom under a communist re
gime.
But they now feel that the ses
sion of the council’s Central Com
mittee served more as a propa
ganda outlet for Protestant and
Orthodox churchmen under the
spell of the Reds They also saw
indications that international
communism’s current "coexist
ence” line got a boost at the
Galyatetoe meeting.
ment, will be the feature speak
er.
Other speakers from Africa,
Asia and Latin America will de
scribe the possibilities for exert
ing religious influence through
laymen and women filling secular
positions with business agencies
in the major geographic areas.
Participating will ba Arch
bishop Danis E. Hurley, O.M.I.,
of Durban, South Africa, where
the government recently with
drew its support of religious
operated schools Dr. Thornes
P. Melady, International Co
operation Administration trade
adviser In Ethiopia William E.
Moran, Jr., chief of Africen Di
vision, ICA
Also James Rogan, staff mem
ber of a government hospital in
South Africa for the past three
years John S. Connor, former so
cial worker in India Jerry
Mische, agricultural expert from
Yucatan, and Elizabeth Reid, of
the Grail organization, who serv
ed as a news correspondent in
the Far East.
Religious outlooks in the
United States and Latin Amer
ica will bo discussed by Fethor
John T. McGinn, Paylist radio
lecturer end motor chapel mis
sionary in the U.S. and Can
ada. Chief Latin America
speaker will be Father John
J. Considine, of the Meryknoll
missioners.
In addition to these, students
and missionary counselors will
participate in 31 work meetings.
A demonstration will be given
students and teachers over
WNDU-TV station showing how
the use of modem media of com
munication can aid in the dis
semination of Christian princi
ples of life.
WASHINGTON (NC) The
Pope has created a new Byzan
tine Rite Exarchate (Diocese) of
Stamford. Conn. The new ex
archate comprises those parishes
in New York State and all of New
England which heretofore have
been under the jurisdiction of the
Byzantine Rite Apostolic Exarchy
of Philadelphia.
Bishop Ambrose Senyshyn,
OSBM. Auxiliary to the Apostol
ic Exarch of Philadelphia since
1942, has been named Exarch of
.the Stamford exarchate.
Msgr. Joseph Schmondiuk, pas
tor of Immaculate Conception
Church, Hamtramck, Mich., has
been named Titular Bishop of
Sentinel Lewrence W. Maurer, Jr., In
side Sentinel. Absent when the picture
was taken were: William Downey, Feith
ful Comptroller Thomas O'Reilly, Faith
ful Pilot Leo Walter, Trustee. The Fourth
Degree is the honorery degree of the
Knights of Columbus and is reserved for
those who heve made outstanding contri
bution to the order by their work in its
behalf.
Prelate Opens
Democrats’
National Meet
CHICAGO (NC Each citi
zen has a responsibility in gov-
ernment which cannot be escap
ed, His Eminence Samuel Cardi
nal Stritch reminded in a moving
invocation which opened the
Democratic National Convention
here.
The Cardinal, Archbishop of
Chicago, also gave the invoca
tions with which the Republican
and Democratic National Conven
tions were opened in 1952. Both
major political parties held their
nominating meetings here in that
year.
This year, as four years ago,
the Cardinal concluded with the
recitation of the* Our Father.
As His Eminence began the soul
stirring words: “Our Father Who
art in Heaven .’’some 14,000
persons filling the convention
hall joined in reverently, their
mingled voices rolling through
the vast edifice and pouring out
over the air on tremendous ra
dio and television hook-ups.
His Eminence prayed God “to
mercifully enlighten and strength
en all those gathered here in
this convention unselfishly, and
with their minds fixed on the
good of our country, to recom
mend to us their honest and best
choice of candidates for the high
est office in our government.”
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Polish Priests
May be Jailed
BERLIN (NC) It was
learned here that priests in Pol
and may be subjected to impris
onment if they refuse to perform
a religious ceremony because of
a person’s political views.
Reports here stated that the
edict against priests is contained
in a new penal code drafted by
the Red regime in Warsaw. Re
fusal of a priest to perform such
a ceremony may bring a sentence
of six months to five years, it
was reported.
Pope Creates Third Byzantine
Exarchate in United States
Zeugma in Syria and Auxiliary to
Archbishop Constantine Bohach
evsky, Apostolic Exarch of Phila
delphia.
Father Stephen J. Kocisko,
chancellor of the Byzantine Rite
Exarchate (Diocese) of Pitts
burgh, has been named Titular
Bishop of Theveste and Auxiliary
to Bishop Nicholas T. Elko, Apos
tolic Exarch of Pittsburgh.
These actions of the Holy See
were announced here today by
His Excellency Archbishop Am
leto Giovanni Cicognani, Apos
tolic Delegate to the United
States.
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Pope’s Letter Banned
In ‘Curtain’ Country
TRIESTE, Italy (NC) A letter by His Holiness
Pope Pius XII urging Catholics behind the Iron Curtain to
keep up their courageous fight against persecution has been
banned in Yugoslavia, it was learned here
The letter was written by the
Pope the day after the Poznan
rebellion in Poland. The informa
tion here states that a Yugoslav
official banned the letter because
it contained “slanders and false
allegations on conditions in Yu
goslavia” by implying that relig
ious communities were not free
to carry on their work.
In his letter the Pope recalled
that in 1956 the Faith had been
threatened in "Hungary and the
lands today called Albania, Bul
garia, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia
and Rumania.” The faithful had
been exhorted at that time, by
Pope Callistus III, he noted, to
invoke God’s aid against perse
cution.
Pius XII compared the suffer
ings of the faithful at that time
with the persecution that is now
being inflicted on Catholics. He
said: “Today, also, alas, you who
dwell in those countries we have
mentioned suffer grievous condi
tions, along with many other
Catholics of the Oriental as well
as of the Latin Rite, whose boun
daries are east of your own, or
north, along the Baltic coast.”
He recalled that “more than 10
years have passed since
Christ’s Church was stripped of
her rights Pious associations
and religious groups were dis
solved and scattered, and shep
herds, either hindered from ex-
Korean Voters
Go All Out
OKCHON, KOREA Amer
lean voters could do well to
follow the recent example of
the Korean people when they
go to the polls this coming
November.
"Over 90 per cent of the
Koreen people In the free
South went to the polls for
their recent presidential elec
tion,* reports Father Joseph
R. Herbert, Meryknoll Mission
er from Brooklyn. "Their
keen interest in democracy
speaks well for the future of
South Korea and it Is a shin
ing example to the people In
the Red-dominated North.*
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News In firief
Named Chaplain
YOUNGSTOWN Father Paul
Marceau, pastor of Our Lady of
Peace church, Canton, and a lieu
tenant colonel in the Army
Chaplain Corps as a reservist,
was named chaplain of Canton
Post 44, American Legion, last
week. C. W. Whitemyer, past
Ohio Department commander
was the installing officer.
Band to Chicago
CLEVELAND The 85 mem
ber St. Edward High School
band will leave for Chicago Fri
day to take part in the annual
Chicagoland Music Festival. The
festival will open Saturday morn
ing with concert competition in
the Lake Shore Club Ballroom.
Directed by Holy Cross Brother
Leonard Leary, the band will play
Master’s “On a Mountain Top,”
and Walter’s “American Folk
Suite.”
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True Repentance: A
man whose
doctor had placed him on a strict
diet succumbed to temptation and
ate two large pieces of pie. The
next morning he was in such
agony that he had to remain in
bed.
A friend, after listening to his
complaints, remarked, “Why, my
dear fellow, you’re not afraid to
die, are you?”
“No,” groaned the man, “I’m
not afraid to, but I’m ashamed
to.”
Catholic Dtgest—July
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Cardinal Made Honorary Citizen
EVIAN, France (NC) His
Eminence Georges Cardinal
Grente, Bishop of Le Mans, 84, a
visitor at this health resort on
Lake Geneva for the past 20
years, has been named an honor
ary citizen of the town.
The tribute was voted unani
mously by the town council.
In thanking the people of Evian
for the kindness they have al
ways shown him, the prelate an
nounced that he was endowing a
prize to be given to worthy fam
ilies.
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ercising their office or forced
from their Sees, have been sent
into exile, or jailed.’’
The Pope stated that his letter
was addressed “especially’’ to
three cardinals, among them His
Eminence Aloysius Cardinal
Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb,
because of their outstanding mer
its and zeal "in defending the
Church's freedom
The Yugoslav communists re
leased Cardinal Stepinac from
prison in 1951. He is now intern
ed by the Red regime in his na
titve village of Krasic.
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LITURGY
Of The
WEEK
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18,
SATURDAY OF OUR LADY.
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond and Third prayers (in Low
Masses) of St. Agapitus and for
the Pope, Preface of the Blessed
Virgin.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 19
THE THIRTEENTH SUNDAY
AFTER PENTECOST
Green vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) of
St. John Eudes, Credo, Preface
of the Trinity.
MONDAY, AUGUST 20
FEAST OF ST. BERNARD,
DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) for
the Pope, Credo, Common Pre
face.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 21
FEAST OF ST. JANE FRANCES
DE CHANTAL
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) for
the Pope, Common Preface.
WEDNESDAY, ANGUST 22
FEAST OF THE IMMACULATB
HEART OF MARY
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) of
Sts. Timothy and companions,
Credo, Preface of the Blessed
Virgin.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 23
FEAST OF ST. PHILIP BENITI
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low Masses) for
the Pope. Common Preface.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 24
FEAST OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW
THE APOSTLE
Red vestments, Gloria, Credo*
Preface of the Apostles.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 25
SATURDAY OF OUR LADY
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond and Third prayers (In Low
Masses) of St. Louis and
for the Pope, Preface of the
Blessed Virgin.
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