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ious prejudices and to rebuke
those who make such affpeals,”
was issued here by six prominent
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Zulu Negro Gets
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VATICAN CITY —(Radio, NC)
—His Holiness Pope Pius XII
has conferred the cross,
Ecclesia et Pontifice” on
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Called the “man of peace” by
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He was instrumental in the con
version of reveral hundred Zulus.
At the height of a recent ma
laria epidemic he baptized 300
dying Zulus. Three of his daugh
ters are Benedictine nuns engag
ed in mission work.
The Holy Father has conferred
the same papal distinction upon
Mary Dunn, a 70-year-old Negro
catechist.
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STEUBENVILLE—A seventeen
thousand word, 60 page booklet
has just been published by Fa
ther Daniel W. Egan/ president
of the College of Steubenville.
The school, which just completed
its tenth year, has shown a steady
growth and prospects for the fu
ture are outlined in the publica
tion.
School Shouldn't Replace| Family
Many School Children Are
Victims of Parental Neglect
SALZBURG, Austria—(NC)—Two-fifths of all school children
are the victims of parental neglect, an Austrian education official
has stated here.
Dr. Heinrich Peter, councilor of the Austrian Education
Ministry addressed the seventh International Education Work
shop sponsored by International Catholic Charities.
He condemned economic circumstances that are forcing the
schools to take over many functions of families and having
many children to the mercy of the world. More than 600 persons,
including Church and state officials, heard his words.
The theme of the workshop was “The Child and Youth in
the Community.” This theme was developed in a speech by Dr.
Leopold Prohaska, noted Austrian educator and leader of the
meeting.
Dr. Prohaska said that pedagogical techniques should aid
in bringing up the child as an active member of his community.
Education is a tool, he said, and not an end in itself.
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Watching Over the Wayside
Bishop John G. Bennett of Lafayette, Indiana, is
shown looking over outdoor concrete statues of St. Francis
of Asssisi and of Our Lady of Grace. Mrs. E. Stanley
Ault, left, who is chairman of the Lafayette Diocesan
Council of Catholic Women's committee to promote way
side shrines and garden grottoes, is participating in a
nation-wide N.C.C.W. program of fostering spirituality
and goodness through placement of outdoor statues of
the Holy Family and the Saints.
Priest Says Drinking Driver
Cause of Most Accidents
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (NC) Alcohol and its tragic
contribution to highway accidents and deaths received a
scathing denunciation at the 84th annual convention of the
Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America here.
Father John W. Keogh, president of the organization,
told delegates in a key note ad
dress at the three-day convention
that to stop the. slaughter on the
highways we must “know and
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1956. (The National Council of
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HAYES. E. J., and HAYES, P.
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facts, needs and qualifications
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ranged by provinces and dioceses.
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Celebrate Centennial
CINCINNATI—St. Paul parish,
Yellow Springs, observed its one,
hundredth anniversary on Wed
nesday, Aug. 15, with an evening
Mass in which all living former
pastors of the parish took part. I
stop the four chief causes of such
killing and accidents.”
These he listed as: "speed, Ig
norance of the centrifugal
force of a speeding motor ve
hicle rounding highway curves,
tunnel vision, and the drank
ing of even small quantities of
alcoholic drinks that slows re
action time, attention and
judgment.”
Kather Keogh placed partial
blame for these accidents on li
censing bureaus of the states
that fail to warn applicants about
the lessening of vision accom
panying intemperate drinking
and who do not require eye-tests
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sought or in the years that fol
low issuance.
A reminder that alcohol, prior
to the discovery of ether, was
used to render patients senseless
for surgical operations, might
make the public conscious of its
effects on man’s actions, Father
Keogh added.
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Friday at 8:30 p. m. in the school
auditorium. Home made refresh
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the social.
The Sales Tax Committee of
Christ the King parish Parent
Teacher Association met at a
luncheon recently to honor
Mrs. H. R. Buchanan who is
moving to Florida with her
family later this month.
The quarterly meeting of St.
Ann’s Hospital Guilds will be
held Thursday, August 23, in the
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“We beg our brethren separat
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