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1—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Sept. 28,1956
Well Done Po
(Continued from Page 1)
In using th* vernacular, in th*
chanting by th* people, and in
th* building of church**."
The Pope then said: "We sin
cerely desire the progress of the
Liturgical Movement, and wish to
help it. but it is also Our duty
to forestall whatever might be a
•ource of error or danger.”
In the course of his addre^- I
the Holy Father spoke on a num
her of points which he indicated
could be misunderstood and thus
lead to error.
"The contribution which is
brought to the liturgy by the hier
archy and by the faithful is not
reckoned as two separate quan
tities he said, "but represents
the joint work of members of the
same organism, which acts as a
single living entity. The shep
herds and the flock the leach
ing Church and the Church
Taught -form a single individual
Body of Christ. So there is no
reason for maintaining suspicion,
rivalries, open or hidden opposi
tion, whether in thought or in the
manner of speaking and acting.
"Among mtmb*rj of th*
•am* body, th*r* ought to
roign, b*for* all *ls*. harmony,
union and collaboration. It it
within thia unity that th*
Church pray*, mak*« it* offer
ing, grow* in holin***, and
th*r*for* on* can d*clar* right
ly that public worship is th*
work of th* Church in it* *n
tir*ty."
I’nder two headings Uturgy
•nd the Church” and "Liturgy
•nd Our Divine I ord” the Pope
treated on a number of problems
related to the liturgy The Sacri
fice of the Mass is offered by the
priest celebrant alone not by the
people or the clerics or even the
priests assisting, he said. But he
added that when the consecration
is completed "the offering of the
Victim placed upon the altar can
be made and is made by the
priest celebrant by the Church,
by other priest*, and by each of
the faithful.”
On another question. Pope Pius
•fated that it is the altar which
U more important than the taber
nacle. But he said that "an aware
ness of their unity is more im
portant than a realization of then
differences: it is one and the
same lxrd who is immolated on
the altar and honored in the tab
ernacle.”
At this p*int th* Pop* had
word* of criticism for som*
riou* diff*r*nc*s of opinion
that hav* b**n promoted in
th* r*alm of »p*culativ* theolo
gy. He **tabli*h*d this prin
ciple: "It must b* th* norm of
speculation that th* literal
meaning of Scriptur* texts, th*
F*lfk and teaching of th*
Church, tak* pr*c*d*nc* over
a system of thought and theo
retical considerations learning
must conform to r*v*lation, not
r*v*lati*n to learning."
The Pope then specifically
commented on the trend toward
the celebration of Mass with the
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priest facing, rather than with
his back to, the people.
(One of the resolutions passed
at the North American Liturgical
Week in Ixmdon. Ont., last Au
gust asked that "encouragement
be given for the practice ... of
celebrating Mass at an altar fac
ing the people.”)
Arrangement of the altar so
that the faithful can witness
more fully the priest s actions in
offering the Holy Sacrifice has
brought with it the problem of
the presence of a tabernacle as an
obstacle obstructing the people's
view. Or this the Pope said:
"There is th* question, not so
much of th* material pretence
of the tabernacle on the altar,
a* of a tendency to which We
would like to call your atten
tion that of a lessening of
esteem for the presence and
action of Christ in the taber
nacle. (Under this concept) the
Sacrifice of the altar is held
sufficient, and the importance
of Him who accomplishes it Is
reduced."
The Holy Father pointed to
ward solution of the problem by
saying:
“To separate the tabernacle
from the altar is to separate two
entities which by their origin and
their nature should remain unit
ed Specialists will offer various
opinions for solving the problem
ol placing the tabernacle on the
allar so as not to impede the cel
ebrat ion of the Mass when the
priest is facing the congregation:
the essential point is to under
stand that it is the same lxrd
present on the altar and in the
tabernacle.**
(Hiio--------
News In Brief
Record Class
TOLEDO St. Rita Hospital
School for Nursing in Lima be
came coeducational this week
as its largest class in history be
gan training. Edward Arnberg
a graduate of Toledo DeVilhiss
high school, is the lone male stu
dent in the class of 58.
Mercy Sister Reparata. direc
tor. said the school has graduat
ed only three male nurses one
in 1950 and two in 1953—since
it was founded in 1919. Male reg
istrations were discontinued in
1954 until this fall.
Shut-Ink Mank
CLEVELAND A Mass for
shut ins will be offered at 9:30 a.
m. Sunday, Sept 30, on the
grounds of St. Gregory church
in South Euclid. Euclid Heights
Council, Knights of Columbus,
will sponsor the Mass and make
transportation arrangements.
Monsignor Achilles Ferreri,
pastor of St. Gregory, will offer
the Mass on an altar in front of
the Our Lady of Peace Shrine, a
memorial to the parish's war
dead.
Publisher Honored
INCINN ATI A noted Dayton
publisher and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. George A. Pflaum were re
ceived as Knight and l^idy into
the Equestrian Order of the Holy
Sepulchre of Jerusalem in a sol
emn investiture on Sept. 15 in
St. Patrick Cathedral. Cardinal
Francis Spellman, honorary
Grand Prior of the order in the
United States officiated.
---------------—o---------------—
Editor U Named Pastor
PROVIDENCE. I. (NC)—
Father Joseph F. Bracq, editor
of the Providence Visitor, news
paper of the Diocese of Provi
dence, has been named pastor of
the newly established St. Mar
tha’s parish in East Providence.
The appointment was announc
ed by Bishop Russell J. McVin
ney of Providence The prelate
also announced the erection of
two other new' parishes in the
diocese.
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Convent Cornerstone Laid
Bishop Reedy lays the cornerstone for the new con
vent at Immaculate Conception parish, Columbus. The
new convent which will be ready for occupancy around
March of next year will house 16 nuns, according to Mon
signor John J. Fagan, pastor of Immaculate Conception.
The structure which was begun in May of this year was
designed by Louis Karlsberger. The general contractor
is Clarence Trapp. The Sisters of St. Francis of Joliet,
Illinois teach at Immaculate Conception.
Pope Says Space Men Must I
Be Led By Moral Thinking I
CASTELGANDOLFO, Italy (NO Man’s effort to'
conquer outer space must be based on sound moral think
ing and a desire to understand the infinite grandeur of
God, His Holiness Pope Pius XII told 400 delegates to the
seventh International Congress of Astronautics.
In giving his blessing to man’s
efforts to conquer the universe
peacefully, the Pope stressed
these attempts must help to im
print a moral solidarity in the
conscience of man.
Among the delegates who heard
the Holy Father’s address were
two from behind the Iron Cur
tain: !eonid Sedov of Russia and
Kasimierz Zarankievicz of Po
land. At the conclusion of the
audience they joined with the
other delegates in applauding the
Pope.
God placed in the heart of man
an unextinguishable wish for
knowledge, the Holy Father stat
ed and had no intention of put
ting a limit to man’s efforts when
he told him to
earth.”
"subdue the
God has en
the whole of
may penetrate
The Pope said
trusted man with
creation so that he
its secrets and understand al
ways more deeply the infinite
grandeur of the creator.
In noting the possibilities being
offered man to break his earthly
barriers, the Pope warned that
conscience must take a stand in
Clergymen
VIENNA—(NC)—Sixteen
gymen have been released
prison by the Hungarian
munists, according to an uncon
firmed Hungarian government
report.
cler
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The report said that the clergy
men -whose names were not giv
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improved relations between
church and state in Hungary.
---Mass Ordo
LITURGY
Of The
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,
THE NINETEENTH SUNDAY
AFTER PENTECOST.
Green vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Low masses) of St.
Jerome, Credo, Preface of
Trinity.
the vanguard of the new situa
tions that have arisen through
mans intellectual development.
Man ought to go deeper into the
study of himself and God. he
said, so that he may have a more
precise idea of his position in the
world.
"The most daring explorations
of space.” the Holy Father con
cluded, "w ill serve only to intro
duce among men a new ferment
of division if they do not go hand
in hand w'ith a moral thinking
that should be deepened and a
behavior always more conscious
of the feeling of abnegation to
superior interests.”
the
MONDAY, OCTOBER 1,
COMMEMORATION OF
ST. REMIGIUS.
Mass as on Sunday. Green vest
ments. no Gloria. Second and
Third prayers (in laiw Masses) of
St. Remigius and for the Pope,
no Credo, Common Preface.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2,
FEAST OF THE GUARDIAN
ANGELS.
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Ixiw Masses) for
the Pope, no Credo, Common
Preface.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3,
FEAST OF ST. THERESA
OF THE INFANT JESUS
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Ixiw Masses) for
the Pope, Common Preface.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4,
FEAST OF ST. FRANCIS
ASSISI
White vestments, Gloria, Sec
ond prayer (in Ixiw Masses) for
the Pope. Common Preface.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5,
COMMEMORATION OF
ST. PLACID AND COMPANIONS.
Ma\s as on Sunday. Green vest
ments. no Gloria Second and
Third prayers (in Ixw Masses) ofl
St Placid and Companions andl
for the Pope, no Credo, Commonl
Preface.
I
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, I
FEAST OF ST. BRUNO.
White vestments, Gloria. Sec
ond prayer (in Lou Masses) for
the Pope. Common Preface.
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St. Anthony Religious
Given National Honor
A distinguished honor was conferred last week on Sis
ter M. Bernardine Kirchhoff, R.N.,B.S., administrator of St.
Anthony Hospital.
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Sister M. Bernardine just returned from Chicago, 111.,
where she was elected a Fellow
in the American College of Hos
pital Administrators at a convo
cation ceremony last week, fea
tiring the
meeting.
organization's annual
Bernardine is
Congregation
Sister M.
a mein
of the
ber of the
Sisters of the Poor of St. Fran
cis. whose Generalate is in Fras
cati. Rome. Italy, and whose Pro
vincialate is in Hartwell, Cincin
nati, Ohio. The Sisters of the
Poor of St. Francis operates St.
Anthony Hospital.
Candidates, recommended for
the honor awarded Sister M. Ber
nardine, have qualified through
successful experience as hospital
administrators, outstanding serv
ice in the field, and by meeting
professional requirements of the
College. Headquarters of the Col
lege are in Chicago.
Mr. J. Dewey Lutes, superin
tendent of Woonsocket Hospital
Ohioan Named
Vice-Provincial
Of Indian Mission
The Mission oi the Maryland
Province of the Society of Jesus,
known before as the Mission of
Jamshedpur. India, was raised
to the dignity of an independent
Vice-Province by Very Reverend
Father General. John Baptist
.lenssens. S.J.. hy a decree from
.Rome recently.
The Very Reverend John J.
Blandin. S J., of Akron. Ohio, was
named by his Paternity as the
first Vice-Provincial.
At the start of the year 1956.
there were 60 missionaries labor
ing in the new Vice-Province. 27
priests, 33 scholastics and five
Brothers. This is an increase of
10 missionaries over the last
year.
Construction of buildings is go
ing on in four places among them
a new Church at St. Joseph's in
Jamshedpur, a high school at
haibasa. a new Hindi school for
Hindi-speaking children in Jam
shedpur.
A new school was also opened
recently in Bandgaon and an en
rollment of 60 students is already
on the books.
The Loyola High School in
Jamshedpur has well over 600
students at the present timeland
when they finish they will be
eligible for the CambridgeIMa
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Fall Festival
Lancaster St. Mary Parish
and WEDNESDAY
TUESDAY
OCTOBER 2nd and 3rd
ON SCHOOL GROUNDS
Dinner Served Each Evening In School Cafeteria
Food -Games -Prizes
Entertainment and Refreshments
Fun For All
MONSIGNOR ROLAND T. WINEL, Pastor
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Lancaster, Ohio
at Woonsocket, R.I., and presi
dent of the American College of
Hospital Administrators, presided
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Administrator of St. Anthony
Hospital since 1948, Sister M.
Bernardine previously headed St.
Margaret’s Hospital in Kansas
City, Kan., for six years.
-------------------o-------------------
Committee Studies
Tighter Laws
Bor Marriage
Ill Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind—(NC)
A committee here has called for
passage of legislation requiring
couples contemplating marriage
to prove their ages and to ob
serve a three-day waiting period
between license application and
issuance of the legal right to
wed.
Th* committee, on which two
priest* ar* active intend* to
com* up with plan* strength
on Indiana's marriage law* and
•nd th* stat* s notorious "mar
riage mills."
State law now requires a blood
test before marriage. It is sup
posed to take three days, but is
frequently forgotten or bypassed
for a bribe, a committee spokes
man said.
Th* two priests on th* com
mitt**, which also has clergy
m*n-m*mb*rs from other
church** ar* Msgr. August
Fuss*n*gg*r, Indianapolis arch
diocesan director of Catholic
Charities, and Father Jam** P.
Glavin, archdiocesan director
of schools.
Main target of the unit, called
the marriage law revision com
mittee is the "marriage mills’
in the eastern part of the state
where young couples from Indi
ana and neighboring states go
to get married in a hurry and
avoid delays and restrictive laws
their own areas.
o-------------------
Polish Clergy’s
Activities Are
Undermined
BERLIN, Sept. 13 (NC) A
decree issued by the Warsaw
Council of Ministers is aimed al
further undermining the activitj
of the clergy, it was learned here
The decree wa$ published ir
the Monitor, Official gazette ol
the Warsaw Red regime. It state!
that all male Polish citizens fron
ages 20 to 50 who belong to the
regular or secular clergy mus1
register for military service. The
registration is carried out by dis
trict "people’s councils.”
The decree takes on an omi
nous meaning when it is coupled
with the Red regime’s edict ol
Feb. 9, 1953. which stated tha!
every ecclesiastical appointmenl
in Poland must be approved bj
communist authorities.
If the Red leaders are dissatis
fied with the attitude of a priest
who was appointed to his post be
fore that date, they can call him
up for military service. After the
priest is discharged, he will have
to get the approval of communist
authorities before he can obtain
an ecclesiastical post.
o-------------------
Things that were hard to
are sw'eet to remember.—St
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