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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Iowa Court Rules
707 Adair Ava.
[47 N. 4th St.
Can ’t Force Parent
620 Market St,
To Raise Children In
Particular Religion
DES MOINES, Iowa (NC) A mother cannot
punished for contempt of court because she ignored a
vorce stipulation directing her to raise her son as a Catholic.
Thia was the 5-4 decision of
the Iowa Supreme Court, which
dismissed a contempt of court
citation against Mrs. Gladys
Lynch, rural school teacher of
Clarion, Iowa.
Mrs. Lynch, a Protestant, di
vorced her husband, Francis L.
Lynch, a Catholic, in April, 1953.
The divorce decree gave her cus
tody of her son, Richard, age 9,
but directed her to rear him in
the Catholic Faith.
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Mrs. Lynch admitted raising
him as a Protestant since the di
vorce. Her former husband filed
a contempt complaint against her
and the Iowa District Court found
her guilty. She appealed the find
ing to the State Supreme Court.
The American Jewish Con
gress intervened in the case in
behalf of Mr*. Lynch, filing an
"amicus curiae" (friend of th*
court) brief, contending that
the decree of the lower court
violated her religious freedom.
The high court majority dis
missed the complaint, and ruled
that the lower court was “ac
tively enforcing” a provision
which violates religious freedom
as guaranteed by the Constitu
tion.
The minority opinion claimed
that the majority ruling was
wrong in holding that the terms
of the divorce stipulation were
too vague to be enforceable.
Attorneys for Mr. Lynch have
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Cardinal Thinks
Segregation
Greatest Blot
On History
CHICAGO, ni. (NC) Seg
regation of the Negro is the
greatest blot on the history of
the nation, His Eminence Sam
uel Cardinal Stritch, Archbishop
of Chicago, declared here.
be
di­
The prelate spoke at a dinner
in his honor given by the Catho
lic Interracial Council of Chicago.
"We must be hard-headed.
We cannot let our emotions
outrun our reason when prob
lems of segregation com* up,"
he said. "There is no way to
break up social justice into
fragments. You must accept
th* whole of it or discard it."
To achieve a proper social or
der, the Cardinal stated, “We
must come to the practical reali
zation that we must love not
just respect one another.”
The Cardinal commended the
council for its work in promoting
harmony among groups of dif
ferent origins and backgrounds.
He also stressed the need to help
newly-arrived immigrants from
the South, white and negro alike,
adding: “Let us not wait until
forces make them victims. They
desperately need education and
friendly helping hands.”
90 days in which to take the case
to the United States Supreme
Court, if they wish.
Cardinal Stritch
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Pilgrim On Stilts
Says Surgeons Can’t
A month-long 500-mile
walk on stilts ends at St.
Peter's Basilica in Vatican
City, for Angelo Corsare,
who made the trip from his
native town of Catania,
Sicily, to fulfil a vow to St.
Agatha, patron saint of the
town. Except for the boat
trip to the Italian main
land, he walked on the tall
poles all the way. (NC
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Forget Patients’ Rights
CHICAGO (NC) “A patient is first and foremost
a person, and the surgeon must never lose sight of the
wholeness of the patient’s personality, his dignity, his
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Thi* we* emphasized by Kit
Eminence Samuel Cardinal
Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago,
in an address to the 10th bien
nial congress of the Interna
tional College of Surgeons end
th* 21st annual congress of the
U.S. and Canadian section* held
here.
“There was a time,” Cardinal
Stritch continued, “when there
were surgeons so intent on their
particular task that the patient
was for them
a member, a
problem."
“Experience
shown the danger of the sur
geon’s forgetting the dignity
and rights of the human per
son,” he said.
"Indeed, It is a noble thing
to serve men in hi* physi
cal need* But art and sci
ence er* under th* moral law
end th* dictates of religious
truth.
“A surgeon may not do all that
surgery makes possible ... A
higher law than science and art
governs the surgeon in his work.
When there is an irresponsible
attitude towards this higher law,
we see tragedies We see in
the obscure field of physical
heredity sometimes s u ical
practices advocated which are an
aggression against the human
person and human society,” Car
dinal Stritch continued.
“Even progress sometimes Is
mistaken to be experimentation
with procedures which do not
envision the wholeness and the
dignity of the human person.
“In the great work of the sur
geon there are sometimes aber
rations which are intolerable.
The Church, therefore, has a
responsibility to the surgeon.
She must hold before him the
truths of religion with the moral
law. In urging him to use his
science and art in serving men
in their needs, she courageously
tells him what surgery can, but
may not, do.”
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of surgery from the Church, for
it is the Church which must
guide the surgeon in integrating
his service to man in the free
dom which only the obser
vance of the Divine Law can
give and defend.”
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It’s Rough Trying
To Please Everyone
DERBY, England (NC) The Christian employer’s
lot is not an easy one, a Derby factory owner said here af
ter he was invested as a Knight of St. Gregory by Bishop
Edward Ellis of Nottingham.
Th* statement was made by
Alan Turner, who runs his Spa
Lan* Textile Mills her* on "pa
pel lines." He was accorded th*
papal honor "for his outstand
ing promotion of th* Church's
social teaching."
Mr. Turner’s factory, which op
erates strictly on the lines of the
papal encyclicals, has 150 work
ers and only 15 per cent of them
are Catholics. Every working day
closes with evening prayers, and
Mass is offered at least twice a
day during working hours.
Many businessmen from
land and France attended
ceremony here in honor of
Turner. Bishop Ellis presided at
a High Mass in a weaving room
at the textile factory.
Mr. Turner said that the Chris
tian employer will be expected
not only to be all things to all
men, but also to provide all
things-for all men.
"He may expect," he contin
ued, "to have all his good in
tentions misunderstood. He will
meet apathy and even opposi
tion from those who might be
most expected to support him.
“He will be taken advantage
of in many ways. He will be ex
pected to give, forgive and give
again. His shareholders expect
him to be as gentle as a Sister of
Mercy.
“He has to learn to reconcile
all these without complaining.
For if he loses his patience he
nearly always lets off his wrath
against the wrong person, and
makes an ass of himself."
Many years ago, Mr. Turner
stated, he was asked if he thought
a man could save his soul in in
dustry. His reply was affirmative.
“Now,” he said, “I would add
‘but with difficulty’.”
"Th* whole factory," he
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stressed, "depends on the ex
ample of the employer and
makes little allowance for hi*
human failing*. Thi* fact
throw* upon him a tremendous
responsibility for the spiritual
as well as th* temporal welfare
of his subjects."
Mrs. Turner noted that the
apostolate of the Christian fac
tory is progressing all over the
world and that Anglicans
shown an interest in the
tion.
have
ques-
said,
In some quarters, he
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employers to Christianize their
factories on the grounds that this
will bring them prosperity.
"I do not see why prosper
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should not ask for, nor expect,
luxury."
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