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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Fraday, Sept. 14,1956
Adenauer Assures Red
Zone Germans They
Will Be Liberated
COLOGNE, Germany—“No political power can
sever the tie which links the German people of the
and West,” German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
amid the thunderous applause of some 800,000 people at
the closing session of the 77th national convention of Ger
man Catholics (Katholikentag).
"You «ro not desorted, you
aro not lost. The day of your
liberation will come when we
will be united again in a free
and peaceful Germany."
Mr. Adenauer warned that the
spiritual battle with atheistic
materialism—“the most danger
ous heresy of our times’’ will
be “long and hard.”
It was the second time in the
three-day meeting that Mr. Aden
auer referred to the division of
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ever
East
said
Germany. In his opening address,
he said Germany can be rebuilt
“only on the foundation of the
eternal Christian truths.” He add
ed: “We shall leave no stone un
turned to achieve unity again and
to regain freedom for all Ger
mans."
The division of Germany and
coexistence loomed big in the
background of the discussions
of the ley and clerical experts
at the meeting despite the fact
that politics are ruled out as a
topic of discussion during the
congress.
Most of the speeches and dis
cussions in the vast halls of
Cologne s Fair Grounds were at
tuned to the basic theme of the
congress: “The Church, the Sign
of God Among Nations." Prince
Karl Loewenstein, permanent
chairman of the Katholikentag
central committee that arranged
the congress, said that this great
convention was meant first of all
to be “a meeting of prayer.”
Father Joseph Ernest Mayer
of Vienna was one of the
priests who spoke sharply
about coexistence. He said nev
er in history was the will to
destroy the Church shown in
such a brutal way as now. He
went on to say that while the
Catholics at the rally were
manifesting their faith, mil
lions of Christians in the East
were being denied the right to
show their belief in public.
Father Mayer declared coexist
ence means that peace in the
world is being purchased at an
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ly away from some chow offered by Broth
er Harvey, M.M-, after taking a look at the
moniker Brother gave him- "Bull-Ganin,"
a prize black Angus, is one of many ani
mals cared for by the Brothers on the
Maryknoll Farm, New York, which helps
extremely expensive price—the
denial of religious liberty to
Christians in the East.
Archbishop Aloysius J. Muench,
Bishop of Fargo, N.D., and Apos
tolic Nuncio to Germany, in an
afternoon address, stressed that
“those who betray the Church
also betray Christ those who per
secute her also persecute Christ.”
He said ignorance of the true
nature and purpose of the Church
is ultimately the reason for the
hostility she must face.
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Group Areas Act
In his indictment, Archbishop
McCann made special reference
to the Group Areas Act, under
which various racial “groups”
are to be segregated into separ
ate zones. The Population Regis
ter requires classification of all
persons in the Union as White,
Colored (mixed blood), Asian (In
dians and Chinese) and Native
(Negroes). The Mixed Marriages
Act forbids persons of different
race to marry.
Th» 49-year-old South Afri
can born prelate took issue with
government discrimin a i o n
•gainst the Catholic Church.
‘The Catholic Church does not
take part in politics,” Archbish
op McCann said. “The state is the
authority constituted to direct the
temporal welfare. We are the
lust to demand and give obed
nee to just laws. But politics is
but a part of life. We have to
'tp the whole of life. Each in
dividual is a human being—a
whole. Political action therefore,
in so far as it affects each in
vidual human person and his
ability to serve God, is our con
cern—and in this respect the
Church has the right and duty
to speak.”
Tomlinson Commission
The Archbishop cited the re
recent report of the government
appointed Tomlinson Commis
sion in order to claim “also the
right to speak because of the tre
mendous contribution we are
making to the welfare of South
Africa as a whole.” The Tomlin
son Report, which calls for strict
geographic segregation of the
Bantu Natives, urged the Protest
ant churches to equal the mis
sionary effort, among the Na
tives, of South Africa’s Catholics.
Christianization of the Bantu is
the nation’s most imperative
task, the report said, and the Ca
tholic missionary effort is 19
times that of Protestants.
Archbishop McCann went on
to say:
“Those In authority know
well the position of the Catho
lic Church in relation to com
munism. It is the Catholic
Church which Is the great bul
wark in Europe end elsewhere
against the triumph of atheistic
dialectical materialism—.and It
is the same here. 1
“We should therefore expect
that the voice of the Church
would be listened to, that the Ca
tholic Church would be at least
not hampered. But we do not find
that. The immigration of people
from certain countries is not en
couraged because they are prov
erbially Catholic. It is not easy
for our missionaries to be admit
ted. In the sphere of Native edu
cation, in particular, we have had
to undertake this enormous bur
den.”
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Archbishop McCann
Attacks African
Segregation Laws
CAPE TOWN, South Africa—The attitude of the ma
jority of whites in South Africa "is not one of charity, let
alone justice,” Archbishop Owen McCann of Cape Town de
clared here.
Speaking at a rally held in his honor in the City Hall,
the Archbishop struck at recent legislation he said is
“weighted to benefit one section)
of the community.’’ That one
section’’ is the white population,
which constitutes only a fifth of
South Africa’s total.
The prelate, long an outspok
en foe of the South African Na
tionalist government’s policy of
apartheid (strict racial segrega
gation), also scored “that men
tality which describes wholesale
transfer of population as ‘social
engineering’.” He said that as a
result, “subjects and citizens are
treated as ‘producers,’ as units
in a mass, and not as human be
ings.”
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ROME—(NC)—The accidental
discovery in a tomato field of the
remains of a great fourth-cen
tury basilica have given rise to
the belief that the Basilica of St
Agnes here is not the original
church dedicated to the saint.
Several months ago an archi
tect, Raffaele Perotti, was work
ing to rearrange the entrance to
the mausoleum of St. Constance,
which stands close to the present
St. Agnes Basilica. While doing
so he discovered a series of walls
beneath the earth’s surface.
He uncovered the remains of
what was unmistakably a basilia
type building of the time of the
Emperor Constantine. There were
signs of a large building with
three aisles in the nave, the cen
ter aisle being about. 50 feet
wide and the side aisles meas
uring 18 feet each.
Architect Perotti was puzzled
by the outline of a smaller room
incorporated into the building.
Nothing could be determined
about it immediately except to
observe that its walls were thin
ner than those of the main build
ing itself. It is thought that it
might have been the tomb ~f
some saint, possibly St. Agnes
herself.
The basilica is known to have
been in a style characteristic of
Rome of that time. It follows
the general line of construction
of several presently known build
ings which would be its contem
poraries, namely, St. Sebastian
on the Via Appia and Santa
Croce in Ravenna. Its construc
tion is dated between 338 and
353.
Plans are under way to con
tinue excavation and study of
the ruins.
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Jamaican Bishop Leads
Lourdes Pilgrimage
KINGSTON, Jamaica (NC)—
Bishop John J. McEleney, S.J., of
Kingston will lead a Jamaican pil
grimage to the Shrine of Our
Lady at Lourdes in August, 1958.
The pilgrimage will take part in
the celebrations marking the
100th anniversary of the appear
ance of the Blessed Virgin to St.
Bernadette.
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MIAMI, Fla.—(NC)—The Anti
Defamation League of B’Nai Brith
has gone on record as opposing
the distribution of Bibles in the
Dade County public schools by
the Gideon Society.
Nathan Perlmutter, league
executive director, declared in
a statement that his group is
dedicated to the Bible but has
the "studied conviction that the
flowering of religion in Amer
ica is deeply rooted in the con
stitutional reparation of Church
and State."
His group, he continued, be
lieves “that religious education
is an essential aspect of every
American child’s upbringing,”
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groups unite in a national effort
to enroll all children in our coun
try in the religious schools of
their respective faiths."
He added that his group op
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promote any one sectarian view
as a violation of the First Amend
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