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Churchmen Disagree
On Religion’s Status
In South America
RIO DE JANEIRO. Brazil—Conflicting opinions have
been expressed by Latin American Catholic leaders con
cerning the assertion by an American priest that the
Church is on the decline in Latin America.
Th* assertion i* mad* in an
article, "How Catholic i* Latin
America?" by Maryknoll Father
Albert J. Nevin* in th* current
issue of Sign magazine, pub
lished in Union City, N. J., by
the Pattionisf Father*.
According to father Nevins, the
hurch is at best, just holding
on in Isatin America.
“Eacts do not warrant calling
Latin America a Catholic contin
ent." he writes. “By tradition it
is Catholic, but in actual prac
tice the lAtin American people
as a whole live in neglect of their
Faith. The great body of peo
ple of Isatin America live out
-ide the Church, separated from
its sacraments, ignorant of its
doctrines, and unaware of the so
cial teachings that could lift
them from their wretched pov
erty.
Auxiliary Bishop Jose Tavora
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of Rio de Janeiro replied in an
interview published in Tribuna
dr, Imprensa that the increasing
evidence of Church expansion in
Brazil is an effective refutation
of Father Nevins’ statements.
He noted that 80 naw dio
ceses have been created in Bra
zil in recent yeers, that the
number of Brazilian bishop*
has been tripled, that the num
ber of priests has been nearly
doubled, and that within the
past 50 years the number of
seminarians has increased
about 300 per cent.
“So intense has been the ef
fort of the Brazilian clergy,” the
Bishop added, “that it succeeded
in rousing the enthusiasm of the
laity to perform many apostolic
works in their different spheres
of activity.”
But Father Alvaro Negromonte,
a catechetical leader in Brazil,
agrees with the Maryknoll priest.
He explained that the present
decline of the Church is the ef
fect of gradual abandonment of
religious instruction of a proper
kind. He describes the piety of
the majority of Isatin Americans
as “more religious sentiment
without doctrinal foundation.’
Father Negromonte said:
“The only effective means
preserve Catholicism is to
crease religious instruction
the parishes and schools accord
ing to the conclusive instructions
of the Catholic Church. Without
this, Isatin America. Brazil in
cluded. will within two more gen
erations no longer be a Catholic
land.”
to
in
in
A Brazilian Catholic Action
leader. Hildebrandt lxal con
ceded that there is a Jack of re
ligious practice and too much
sentimental piety in Brazil, but
disagreed with Father Newns’
conclusion that this is evidence
of a serious decline of the Church
in Latin America.
An editorial by Msgr. Jesus
Maria Pellin commenting on Fa
ther Nevin's article has also ap
peared in La Religior, Venezuelan
Catholic daily edited by the Mon
signor in Caracas.
Msgr. Pellin said ha believes
the Maryknoll priest is moved
by the best intentions, but de
nied that the Church is stag
nant in Venezuela.
“Scarcely 20 years ago,” the
editorial says, “there were only
20 Catholic schools in Venezuela.
Today we have 120. of which 57
were established within the past
four years. At least 100 rural
catechetical classes have been es
tablished, and even in state
schools catechism is taught. We
also have a young Catholic uni
versity.”
t1
•by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen
The only time in the Gospel
Our Lord I* recorded to have
sung a song was th* night He
went out to His Death. He spoke
most on th*
subject of
joy, th* same
night a* he
a kness of
Get hsemene
and th* shad
ow* of the
Cross were al
ready reach
ing across
His Path.
He wants us to have His Joy.
But what was His Joy? Loving,
self-sacrificing service for oth
ers. His Joy will be in us, He
said, on the same condition,
namely, a deep sense of other
ness. As selfishness is the root
of all unhappiness, so sacrifice
for others is the source of all
joy. Not jut a spasmodic sacri
fice but a sacrificial spirit.
Each day make an ect of self
denial. Mortify your eyes or
your ears qieny yourself a half
hour of radio or television, for
example, just to train yourself
not to give way to every im
pulse. As you do fo, say: "Dear
Jesus I do this to purchase the
light of faith for pagans in Af
rica, and the learning of the
word of God in Burma or In
dia. Give up a soft drink, or the
purchase of a paper, or walk a
few block* instead of taking a
bus. Put th* money saved in a
spacial pocket (w* hev* a mis
sion pocket in our clothes). As
you do so say: "This hurts my
lower nature, but I do it in un
ion with you O Christ because
you geve up your Ilf* 'on the
Cross for my salvation and the
souls of the world."
GOD LOVE YOU to Mrs. M.
“Enclosed please find twenty
dollars for your Missions in
thanksgiving to Opr Lady for a
very special favor.” ... to A.
M.K. for $1000. “Money earned
for extra work after going on
pension. In thanksgiving for
many favors and petition for
the welfare of relatives who are
very ill.” ... to I.E.G. “Here is
$2.00 I saved out ef my allow
ance by not buying candy and
Missionary for Many Moons
92-year-old Benedictine Indian missionary and vet
eran of 60 years at the Rod Lake Indian reservation,
Father Roman Komar, O.S B., dances a ceremonial danco
with his beloved Chippewas in front of the abbey church
of St. Johns- Occasion of the pow-wow was the Centen
nial celebrations of St. John's Abbey, Collegeville, Minn.
Workers Find Pilgrim
Prison on Paulist Site
BOSTON, Mass.—Remains of
what was apparently on early col
onial prison have been discover
ed by the Paulist Fathers in ex
cavations on Boston's historic
Park Street.
Diggins for the foundation of
an information center which will
be named for the well-known
writer. Father James Gillis. U.S.
P„ workers ran into two small
underground rooms lined with
hand-hewn slabs of granite.
According to Father William
P. McDonald, C.S.P.,, who is di
lecting the operation, these may
be remains of Bridewell Prison,
huilt by the Pilgrim Fathers in
1665 to hold heretics, witches and
alcoholics.
This is probably the last of
the discoveries to be made on the
site
tion
said. Digging is about finished,
and construction on the building
will begin soon.
of the project informa
center. Father McDonald
Among other relics of early
Boston which have been turned
up during the excavation were
stables and an underground tun
nel for cows that once browsed
on Boston Common a set of
water cisterns, two old wine bot
tles, a vial of still unidentified
liquid, and an axe-head.
It had been rumored that the
body of John Hancock m'ght be
somewhere near the excavation,
but so far the remains of the first
God Love You
Our Lord Sang a Song of Joy
On the Night He Died for Vs
bubble gum so that a Ititle or-
phan girl my age (9 years) may
have something to eat.” ... to
M.D.H. for $3.00. ('The attached
card of dimes represents the
sacrificing of ‘sweets’ for ‘ener
gy’ for those who haven't bread
for sustenance.” ... to J.L.H.
for $25.00. “I have just opened
a checking account. I am send
ing you check No. 1 for two fa
vors I received.”
Wouldn't you like to send a
'Joy Package' to Our Holy Fa
ther for the missions through
out th* world? Writ* for one
of our WORLDMISSION MITE
BOXES and begin today to
package acts of self denial and
sacrifices. The money you save
in this mite box as a result of
your daily sacrifices and gen
erosity will help to purchase
th* light of faith for pagan
soul* so that they too can share
with you in the knowledge and
love of God The Most Per
fect Joy.
Cut out this column, pin your
sacrifice to it and mail it to
the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen,
National Director of The So
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the Faith. 366 Fifth Avenue,
New York lx, N.Y., or your Di
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TORY 1956-1957. (Catholic Press
Association. 150 East 39th Street.
New York. New York 16. $3. Pa
per). Annual directory and sum
mary of statistics, covering 594
newspapers and magazines.
ERNEST. BROTHER. Just One
Of Us. (N’otre Dame. Ind.: Duja
rie Press. $2.50). Biography on
high school level of St. Gabriel,
nineteenth century Passi o n i s
saint.
ERNEST. BROTHER. King of
Giants. (Dujarie. $2). Biography
for upper grade readers of Mi
chaelangelo with reproductions
in halftone.
ERNEST. BROTHER. So Shines
The l^amp. (Dujarie. $2). Biogra
phy of the seventeenth century
St. I^awrence of Brindisi, general
of the Capuchins.
ERNEST. BROTHER. The Story
of Saint George. (Dujarie. $1.25).
Story of the patron of England:
for children aged seven to ten.
GREENE. GENARD. The Hour
Of The Dragon. (Dujarie. $2). A
biography for upper grade read
ers of Blessed Theophane Ven
ard. nineteenth century mission
er to the Chinese.
GREENSLADE, S. L., ed. Early
Latin Theology. (West minster
Press. $5). Selections from the
writings of Tertullian. Cyprian,
Ambrose and Jerome. (Vol. V in
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SAN FRANCISCO (NC) To see the shoreline
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Mass within sight of a soldier trained to hate the Church
and all it stands lor.
Unsettling? For some priests, maybe, but not for a
placid, pipe-smoking young man
who leaves here next month for
another year of same.
He's Father Vsevolod Roch
kau, S.J., who it making a tort
of business visit here. His job
pastor for a handful of Eski
mos who inhabit Little Dio
mede island, closest U.S. pos
session to Soviet Russia.
The Diomedes. Big and IJttle.
lie halfway between Siberia and
Alaska in 'the Bering Strait. 20
miles from the mainland either
way. Much smaller of the two.
Little Diomede flies the Ameri
can flag. It is home during eight
winter months for an even 100
Eskimos, a white teacher and his
wife, a noisy population of seals
and birds and Father Rochkau.
Across two and a half miles
of ice-choked water. Big Dio
mede has no Eskimos but prob
ably even more wildlife than
Little Diomede. It also has a
year-around garrison of Rus
sain troops manning a meteor
ological station and an airstrip.
But the people on Little Dio
mede are always consciou the
Russians aic near. There's rhe
'entry. Red starred plane' land
and take off. Ships, presumably
with military supplies, steam
through the Strait.
In-
signer of the Declaration of
dependence are still missing.
The Eskimos, who once visited
the Library of Christian Classics
Without Imprimatur.
HEALY. E. F. Medical Ethics,
tlxiyola University Press $6.
Written primarih as a textbook
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MAHR AUGUST. Francesco: A
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ROBERTO. BROTHER. Angel
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French priest appeared visions of
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ROBERTO. BROTHER. The
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ers of St. Margaret of Cortona,
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ROBERTO, BROTHER. Now
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bishop of Armagh, martyred in
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ROBERTO. BROTHER. A Torch
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teenth century Hungarian Fran
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baik and forth between the is
land'. haven done so since 1946
Fot the Russian priest, his
proximity to the Soviets provides
a certain satisfaction in the
knowledge he s “close to home
men though he cannot meet and
talk with his countrymen.
The assignment which brought
Father Rochkau, Alaska s only
Rushan Catholic priest to Tjttle
Diomede came from the Sacred
Congregation for the Oriental
Church in Rome.
A convert at 17 from the Or
thodox faith the bearded young
priest entered a seminary the
-ame year and was ordained in
Rome after studies at the Rus'ian
college there.
This year Father Rochkau was
permitted “outside to San
Franci'co to line up catechetical
supplies and materials to repair
the old wooden church and rec
tory on the island built bv a pre
vious Jesuit missioner.
“Plenty warm but awfully
'tuffy from the seal oil lamp I
use for light heat, and cooking,”
he commented.
"They ere breve, they ere
trustworthy, their morel* are
above reproach. From a civiliz
ed standpoint, however, they
are people from another age.
It's a matter of trying to lead
them into beliefs and a way of
life they often can't quite
grasp," Father Rochkau said.
The Eskimos are hunters, he
pointed out. The village can feast
or starve on the accuracy of a
mans spear. When somebody
die*, he drops where hr happens
to be: no one gives it a second
thought. “No wonder they a'k me
why white people always die in
bed.” said Father Rochkau.
Father Rochkau admitted his
toughest problem is probably the
children. “Eskimos let them lead
their own life, scrounge an ex
istence a» best they can. They
don't even rate a word of advice,
criticism, or help until they reach
maturity.” he said. “Nobody push
es his kids to Sunday school on
Little Diomede.”
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