6—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Sept. 28,1956
Set Convention Date
MILWAUKEE, Wis (NC) The Catholic School
Press Association will hold its national convention here,
November 16-18. with about 2.500 school publication faculty
advisers and student staff members expected at sessions.
Marquette University, national headquarters of CSPA,
the host institution for the as
sociation which is marking its
Archbishop Albert G. Meyer of
Milwaukee u ill celebrate Pontifi
cal High Mass in Gesu Church on
the campus on Sunday, Nov. 18.
The sermon will be preached by
Father Leonard J. Fick, editor of
the Josephinum Review.
Arrangements for the conven
tion were announced hy Dean J.
L. O’Sullivan of the Marquette
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College of Journalism, director
and founder of the association.
Them# of the mooting will
bo "The Catholic Journalist and
Looming," with Father John
J. Grant, associate editor of the
Pilot, newspaper of the Boston
archdiocese, sounding the key
note as he speaks on "The Cath
olic Journalist in Intellectual
Other speakers at general ses
sions will include:
Father John Reedy, C.S.C., ed
itor, the Ave Maria. “Catholic
View of Events’ Anne Freman
tle. author and lecturer, “The
Catholic Journalist and His Non
Catholic Colleagues: Warfare or
Witness and Donald McDonald,
editor the Catholic Messenger.
Davenport. Iowa, “The Intellectu
al Equipment of the Journalist.
Pariah Begins 100th Year
CLEVEIAND- (NO- A parish
in suburban Broadview has
launched its centennial year by
breaking ground for the first
school in its history. The parish
has an estimated 450 children of
grade school age.
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Many little children were among the
huge congregation attending the funeral
Mass in Milan, Italy, of Archbishop Edwin
V. O'Hara, Bishop of Kansas City-St. Jo
seph, Mo., who died unexpectedly enroute
to the International Congress of Pastoral
Liturgy at Assisi. Msgr. Thomas J. Crow-
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GARRISON. N.Y.- -(NC)— The
Franciscan Friars of the Atone
ment, sponsors of an annual per
iod of prayer for unity of all de
nominations with the Church,
have formed an association to
continue during (he year the in
tentions of this period.
To be known as the league of
Prayer for Unity, the association
is an outgrowth of the Chair of
tne I nity Octave, held each year
from January 18 to 25, Father
Angelus Deiahunt. S A father
general of the Atonement vriar.s,
The league has been placed un
der the special protection of the
Blessed Virgin as Oi, Lady ot
the Atonement whose fea.l i- cel
ebrated July 9.
Special plenary and partial in
dulgences are granted to ali mem
hers of the league. Priest mem
hers receive a plenary indulgence
whenever they receive a non a
tholic into the Church. Converted
non Catholics may gain a plenary
indulgence on the day they are
received into the Church.
The only duty of league mem
bers will be daily recitation of
the official prayer seeking unity
of dissidents with the Church.
The league was first approved
on a diocesan basis by His Emin
ence Francis Cardinal Spellman.
Archbishop of New York, in 1949.
In May, 1956, the Sacred Con
gregation of the Council, which
exercises control over what are
known as “pious associations,”
approved the league and gave it
the right to affiliate to itself oth
er associations of the same kind,
title and purpose in other areas.
The announcement here means
the beginning of the affiliation
The Choir of Unity Octave was
tegun in 1908 by Father Paul
James Francis, who founded the
Friars in 1899.
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The power of the world, after
2.300 years, is passing from the
EDMONTON. Alberta (NC)
Thirty archbishops and bishops
from Canada, along with many
thousands of the faithful, partici
pated in a program here on Sept.
16. commemorating the 50th anni
versary of the ordination of Arch
bishop John Hugh MacDonald of
A Mass of Thanksgiving was of
fered in the afternoon. In the
evening a pageant depicting the
major events of the Archbishop’s
life were presented at the Exhi
bition Grandstand here.
A presentation of more than
5100,000 will be made to the
Archbishop. The money, donated
by parishes and religious com
munities here, will be used to
get furnishings for the new one
milhon dollar St. Joseph’s Semin
ary here. The Archbishop recent
ly blessed the building’s corner
Mana for Polio Group
DUBLIN (NC) The Apos
tolic Nuncio to Ireland. Arch
bishop Alberto Levame. was the
celebrant of the monthly Mass
arranged by the Polio Fellowship
of Dublin. Some 50 disabled
members of the Polio Fellowship
assisted at the Mass with their
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•II, the prelate's secretary, celebrated the
Mass for the repose of his soul at St. Joach
im's Church attended by clergy and laity.
Archbishop O'Hara's body was returned
to the U.S., with burial to be in Kansas
Bishop Sheen Praises
PITTSBURGH, Pa. (NC) There are 100,000 un
salaried workers throughout the mission world, according
to Bishop Fulton J. Sheen.
This fact was recalled by Bishop Sheen in a lecture
given in Cagnegie Music Hall
here. The diocesan branch of the
Society for the Propagation of
the Faith sponsored the event, aid
cd by the I Diversity Catholic
"Our Lord, th# Father, is
dipping th# cup generously
now," with persecution of the
clergy in China a^d the sup
pression of the Church in other
countries, Bishop Sheen said.
But "that is the greatest assur
ance of victory," he added.
"And that is th# hop# of th#
world -not with war, not with
“We began with defeat, with
catastrophe in Gethsemane, and
that is the promise of the peace
of the world the suffering of
the Faith,” he added.
West back to the East, and the
three great forces involved in
this crisis are Moslemism, com
munism. and Christianity, the
Speaking about Moslemism
and is 357.000,000 followers,
he said they are “the only great
though not a
united that if
race, “they are so
you touch one, all
is reaching them
through the Blessed Mother, Bish
op Sheen said, since they have
great faith in her. He noted that
in. the 19th chapter of the Koran,
there are 43 verses on Our Lady.
H# pointed out that it is al
most impossible to convert a
Moslem though they are inter
ested in having their children ed
ucated in Catholic schools and
their women attended by Catho
lic women nurses and doctors.
HAZLETON. Pa. (NC)—Nine
priests of the Byzantine Rite
Pittsburgh diocese have recorded
“freedom sermons” which will be
broadcast to Iron Curtain coun
tries by Radio Free Europe.
The recordings were made with
the approval of Bishop Nicholas
T. Elko. Apostolic Exarch of
Each priest spoke for 10 min
utes in the Ruthenian language.
The talks were intended for
groups located in Czechoslovakia
and a part of what was formerly
sub-Carpathian Ruthenia. Back
ground music was provided by
the choir of St. John’s Byzantine
Rite church here and the Car
pathian male choir.
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CYO Council Sets Fall
Program Resume Holy Hour
Representatives from eight par
ishes in the Central Deanery af
filiated with the CYO Council met
last Sunday at the K of Hall to
plan the fall seasonal program.
Heading the list of Council pro
grams is the monthly Holy Hour
of the Catholic Youth Adorers.
Approving the plan as used in
past years member groups
through their officers voted to
have the Holy Hour on the first
Sunday of the month rotating
from parish to parish.
The first Holy Hour- is set for
St. Augustine’s Parish on Oct. 7.
The annual Youth Rally on Nov.
4 will be the monthly Holy Hour
and the December Hour will be
at Immaculate Conception parish
on Sunday Dec. 2.
The group also voted to have a
social hour following the first Ho
ly Hour for all those in attend
Officers, adult leaders and
priests from the eight affiliated
parishes, including St. Aloysius.
St. Mary Magdalene, Holy Spirit,
Immaculate Conception, St. Aga
tha. Our Lady of Victory, St.
James the Less, St. Augustine and
St. Thomas heard Fr. Richard
Dodd of the youth department
give an explanation of the CYO
and the Youth Council.
They were introduced to Do
lores Egger and Jim Van Horn,
staff members, who will work
with a training program for par
ish officers, and Mary Lynch, who
will conduct a training program
for parish volunteer leaders. Oth
er business included the discus
sion of the National Catholic
Youth Week Program.
made for the
Plans are being
of Catholic Youth
Sunday. Oct. 21.
of the Council
to be held on
call for Mass
at the Cathedral for young adults
of the central deanery to be fol
lowed by a Communion Break
fast and Conference at the Vir
University Offers TV
MILWAUKEE. Wis.— (NC)
Marquette University here will
offer a one-credit course on tele
vision entitled, “Philosophy and
You,” over local station WPIX
beginning October 7.
Father Michael V. Murray. S.
J., will conduct the first 13-w’eek
series of 45-minute “classes” en
titled “Principles of Ethics.” The
programs will be broadcast each
Sunday from 3:45 to 4:30 p.m.,
and a final, two hour written ex
amination will be given on the
Says Church Artists Must
Use Contemporary Styles
ASSISI, Italy—(Radio, NC) —A
German prelate speaking on art
and the liturgy of the Assisi litur
gical congress, said Church art
ists and architects “must seek for
a genuine creation with contem
People With Long Faces
Assressive Priest Thinks
OMAHA, Nebr. (NC) Individuals with long faces
aggressive and those with flat faces are submissive.
are aggressive and those with flat faces are suomissive.
Races with prominent profiles such as the Germanic and
Nordic peoples are aggressive and enterprising.
These are the conclusions of a priest-scientist, Father
Maurice Verdun, S.J a visiting
professor of psychology at
Creighton University here.
Father Verdun is one of the
world's loading psycho-anthro
pologists. He is director of the
clinic of Anthropometry at the
Nourophychiatric Clinic of
Salpetriere in Paris.
The French priest will teach a
course in the psychological as
pects of human anthropology,
with particular reference to its
expressions and measurements.
He has done much research re-
lating shapes of skulls to var
ious emotional types.
He cited Winston Churchill
and Adolf Hitler as two distinct
types. Churchill, Father Ver
dun said, "with his well-pro
portioned head would lead a
researcher to consider him as
having a well-balanced, vory
rich personality with much
common sense,—a man who
makes few mistakes."
“Hitler,” he said, “had a head
that was too small. He was im
pulsive, obstinate and lacked com
Before joining the Society of
Jesus, Father Verdun was a phys
ician and served as a captain in
the French medical corps during
World War 1.
Woman to Sponsor
For Girls’ Home
ST. PAUL. Minn. (NC)
Mrs. I. A. O’Shaughnessy, wife of
a St. Paul financier-philanthro
pist. has announced that she will
sponsor the construction of a
building for the Home of the
Good Shepherd here, an institu
tion for maladjusted girls.
It will be used as living quar
ters by girls who have complet
ed the training courses at the in
stitution, but for whom no suit
able home or opportunity for
guidance is available. They may
work in St. Paul and live in the
new building expected to be
ready next spring.
The building was the dream of
Mother Mary of St. Francis
Xavier, mother emeritus of the
St. Paul province of the Sisters of
the Good Shepherd of Angers,
who at 95 marked her 75th year
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This meeting will be the annual
business conference of the Young
Adult Council. New officers will
be elected. Scheduled to give the
main talk at the Conference is
Father Earl Whalen, Regional
Youth Director of Ohio and Youth
Director of the Archdiocese of
Cincinnati. Delegates from other
deaneries with the Young Adult
Program will also be invited.
Ticket and publicity commit
tees for the second Annual Pops
Concert of the Columbus Sym
phony Orchestra sponsored by the
Central Deanery Council of Cath
olic Youth met last week at
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PITTSBURGH. P^. (NC) —,
The consecration of an auxiliary
bishop for the Pittsburgh Byzan
tine Rite diocese will take place
in the cathedral of the Latin Rite
Diocese of Pittsburgh.
Bishop-elect Stephen J. Kocisko
will be consecrated in St. Paul s
Cathedral here-on Oct. 23. The ca
thedral was the scene of a simi
lar consecration in 1946. The con
secration will be the third ever
held by the Rite in the United
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Lady has been placed atop Pico
Ruivo. the highest mountain on
this island located in the North
A group of 30 Boy Scouts car
ried the statue to the summit s
peak. After the statue was set in
place. Father Ferreira Cabral of
fered Mass next to it.
Patron tickets and general
mission tickets were issued
Club Presidents who attended a
special meeting for the purpose.
These included Rupe Eichenlaub
of the Cathedral Club, George
Gaus of St. Augustine and Jerry
Hoffman of Our Lady of Victory.
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