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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Sept. 21,1956
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Past Worst Time
Says Educator
WINOOSKI PARK, Vt. (NC)
—Msgr. William E. McManus said
here he believes Catholic schools
have seen the worst of the teach
ing shortage.
The assistant director of the Ed
ucation Department, Nat i o n a 1
Catholic Welfare Conference,
Washington. D.C., told the
annual Catholic teachers’
tute here that there are
reasons for his optimism:
“First, Catholic school systems
have broken away from the cus
tom of relying upon Sisters alone
to staff schools. Lay teachers are
here to stay and now constitute
about 15 per cent of the total pa
rochial school faculty.
“Secondly, the number of young
people in the 20 to 24 year age
group will begin to increase year
ly. This should mean more voca
tions to religious communities
which teach and more lay teach
ers. Much of the shortage during
the past 10 years has been due
to the low birth rate during the
depression.”
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two
In other speeches, Bishop Ed
ward F. Ryan of Burlington urged
closer cooperation of the schools
with the parents and pupils,
advocated the organization
more parent-teacher groups.
He
of
of
Sister Mary e o n i Ila,
Brighton, Mass., reminded teach
ers that schools’ standards “come
from above, not below.”
ed that “the founders
country recognized the
God. They would turn
graves at the thought of educa
tion without God.”
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Archbishop Lauds U.S.
For Racial Stand
Hits South Africa
LOVELAND, Ohio—The underlying cause of the kin
dred problems of racial segregation in the United State*
and apartheid in South Africa is the same, a native South
African prelate declared here: That cause, he said, is fear.
Archbishop Denis E. Hurley, O.M.I., of Durban, South
Africa, asserted: “Basically, the problem in both countries
probably is the same—the emotional problem of fear of be
ing swamped by something considered hostile to the white
man’s welfare.”
Th» visiting prelate told an salaries will be withdrawn com
audience of students and staff pletely by next year. As a result,
at Grailviilo Community Col
lege here that the approaches
of the governments of the two
countries to the segregation
problem are “poles apart."
“The government of South Af
rica is trying to consolidate and
perpetuate segregation, whereas
the government of the United
States has had the courage to
pronounce judgment against it,”
said the 41-year-old Archbishop
who is a native of Cape Town.
Exaggerated racial and nation
al feeling is one major obstacle
to the progress of the Church in
Africa, Archbishop Hurley said.
He added: “We white people
grew up accepting nationalism as
part of our cultural framework.
Our school books have concen
trated on the glories of our na
tion and of our race. And while
there is such a thing as legitimate
patriotism love of country and of
its people and its history, unfor
tunately it has been exaggerated,
and a reaction is setting in.”
Cites Obstacles
Archbishop Hurley said there
are four big obstacles in the path
of the Church in Africa. He cited
them as follows:
1. Mohammedanism. “The Catho
lic Church is making very great
progress,” he said, “in Uganda,
Belgian Congo, Tanganyika and
Ruanda-Urundi. But all of this
is completely overshadowed by
Moslem conquests down the east
and west coast of Africa.”
He cited as possible reasons for
Moslem successes, the “simple
faith” of the Mohammedan
(There is one God Allah, and
Mohammed is His prophet) their
easier matrimonial code, which
permits polygamy the absence
of a color bar between Arab Mos
lems and native Africans, and
the fact that Moslem traders car
ry their faith as lay apostles,
whereas Christians go into Af
rica as rulers, industrialists, mer
chants and professional men, but
not as lay apostles.
2. Africa's sudden emergence
into th* jet ago. “Many places
in Africa whara not oven the
wheel or the use of transport
animals was known a few yeers
ago suddenly have been con
fronted with 20th century in
dustry end commerce," Arch
bishop Hurley said.
The resulting “turmoil,” he
added, “has upset the old, easy
going tranquil, traditional way
of life.” One serious result has
been the break-up of homes,
which in South Africa at least,
“has been perhaps our worst
crime and most terrible disas
ter,” he said.
3. Communism. “In South Af
rica,” the Archbishop said, “the
Communist party has been out
lawed. But communists have been
successful often in turning na
tionalistic grievances and turmoil
to their own end. Practically ev
ery association concerned with
recognition of the political rights
of Africans seems to be tainted
with communism or full of com
munist jargon.”
4. Withdrawal of school sub
sidies. In South Africa the gov
ernment subsidy paid to Catholic
mission schools for lay teachers’
Chicagoans Give
Nursery Funds
SAN FILI, Italy (NC) A
new nursery has been built here
with funds furnished by two Chi
cago businessmen, Frank and Da
vid Chearow.
It is the 25th charitable insti
tution to join the network of
Boys’ Towns of Italy, Inc.
The Chearows were the princi
pal benefactors of the nursery,
which was named in memory of
their parents, who were born
here. The brothers were present
at the dedication ceremony, along
with Msgr. .John Carroll-Abbing,
president of the Boys’ Towns of
Italy.
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“we are faced with a critical
period of reorganization,” said
Archbishop Hurley.
Withdraw Subsidies
He predicted mission school sub
sidies “probably” would be with
drawn eventually in all African
territories under British admin
istration as the government found
it more convenient to support a
public school system than to help
support mission schools of many
denominations.
Turning to the "arms" the
Church in Africa has against
it* sea of troubles, Archbishop
Hurley said: "We hart the
Faith, of course, and Catholic
practice."
“But we will have to make far
greater use of lay people,” he
said, “in our missionary endeav
or. We must train many of our
South African boys and girls to
be teachers and at the same time
real apostles of the faith.”
The “greatest need” in Africa
at the present time however, is
"a demonstration of true, deep
and very practical Christian char
ity.”
“This charity must be exercis
ed not only toward the oppress
ed,” he added, “but toward the
oppressors—and that may prove
more difficult. In South Africa,
more will be achieved by speak
ing in terms of Christian charity
than by condemning those who
fail to practice it.’
Blaming the problem of race
tensions partly on the human
tendency to generalize,” Arch
bishop Hurley said:
“We put labels on people, and
those labels are associated his
tory and prejudices uur duty in
South Africa is to love all men as
redeemed by God and destined
for eternity with Him in heaven.”
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AUCKLAND, New Zealand
(NC) Increased immigration to
New Zealand, which is no longer
“a little country,” was recom
mended here by Archbishop Ro
molo Carboni, Apostolic Delegate
to Australia, New Zealand and
Oceania.
This is the Archbishop's first
visit to New Zealand. He will
spend a month here visiting all
four of the country’s dioceses. Ac
companied by his secretary, Msgr.
Luigi Dadaglio, he was welcomed
at the airport by Bishop James
M. Liston of Auckland.
In an interview with the New
Zealand Herald, largest daily
in the country, the Apostolic
Delegate said that this country
has much to gain by increasing
its population.
“It is better to select immi
grants now than to have them
take land from you later,” he
stated. “Sources of immigration
are available in Holland, Italy and
Germany, but they will be great
ly reduced in the future. Already
manpower is being absorbed by
industries in those countries.”
More workers, he said, mean
more work, more money for all
and increased production. “In
Australia.” he added, “jobs are
increasing continually with extra
immigration. This was unfore
seen earlier.”
Since his arrival here, Arch
bishop Oarbonj has spoken to ga
therings of clergy and religious
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St. Therese’s Original Book
‘Story of A Soul’ Is Printed
LISIEUX. France (NC)—The
original manuscript of St. Therese
of the Child Jesus’ autobiographi
cal “Story of -a Soul,” a copy of
which was recently presented to
the Holy Father, has been pub
lished here.
The familiar version of this
spiritual work is not the original,
but a version edited under the
direction of Mother Marie de Gon
zague, late prioress of the Car
mel of Lisieux.
The modifications introduced
by the prioress aimed at achiev
ing a greater unity and sup
pressing certain references to
the family of the saint and to
and addressed Aucklanders at a
public reception in their town
hall. He has also visited a home
for the aged that is conducted by
the Little Sisters of the Poor at
Posonby, and St. Vincent’s Home
for Babies at Herne Bay, directed
by the Sisters of Compassion, the
only order founded in New Zeal
and.
At a liturgical reception, the
Archbishop warned that “some
times Catholics are not as re
sponsive to the teaching and
counsels of the living Vicar of
Christ as they might be.” He said:
“They live in the habits, practices
and notions of the past instead of
trying to see their Faith as a vi
tally dynamic gift a gift that de
mands continual intensification a
Faith that requires that in the
world of their day they be wit
nesses to Christ.”
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some more intimate detaifs of
the interior life of Carmel
which, it was believed, would
distract from the general ap
peal of the book.
When a diocesan commissioi
examined the original works of
St. Therese in preparation for the
beatification, it recommended a
complete edition of the works of
the Saint.
In 1947, the definitor general
of the Carmelites wrote to Moth
er Agnes of Jesus, the sister of
St. Therese, to urge such publi
cation.
“St. Therese belongs hence
forth to the Church and to his
tory,” he wrote. “To refute and
avoid erroneous and incomplete
interpretations, to study thor
oughly the doctrine and the spir
it of the little saint, the docu
ments and texts which are fur
nished us so generously are not
sufficient. The original texts
alone can permit the discovery
of the movement of her thought,
the rhythm of her life and all the
clarity of formulas ordinarily so
precise and firm.”
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