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Stop S.4. Protestant Spread
Brazilian Bishop Asks Students, Speakers, Information Exchange WASHINGTON (NC) A Brazilian bishop asked the Catholic Church in the U.S. for a “considerable exchange” of information, speakers and students between Brazilian and U.S. Catholics to aid in meeting the threat of Protes tant expansion in his country. In an article in the September issue of the American Ecclesiastical Revitw, Bishop Angelo Rossi of Barra do Pirai, Brazil, pointed out that there are more Protestants in Brazil than in all the rest of Latin America. The Bishop/ is chairman of the Brazilian National Catholic Com mittee for the Defense of Faith and Morals. Bishop Rossi said that the re ligious ignorance of Brazillians •nd the proselytizing zeal of U.S. Protestant missionaries are caus ing great expansion of Protestan tism in that country. To withstand the Protestant Influence, the Bishop said, there is an "urgent need to in crease the number of scholar ships awarded by Catholic uni versities." He stated there Should be student exchange with Brazilian Catholic univer sities. He noted that only 30 of the 807 Brazilian students now study ing in the U.S. are attending Catholic universities. Much of the biblical, liturgical, •nd catechetical material avail- SMITH METAL WEATHERSTRIP CO. Aluminum Combination Storm Doors and Windows Screens Porch Enclosures 36 Months to Pay 243 S. Harris BR. 4-07*3 Video Service AMherst 8-3037 33)0 N. High St. WE PAY YOU 6% INTEREST Let Your Money Work For You Otter Limited u State at Ohio. COLUMBUS DISCOUNT AND LOAN sea e. broad st. Cnlnmhu*. Okie CA »-i*41 We carry this pump in sizes TVs to 11 AAAA to widths. Available ON ORDER Saede, Black Patent Sizes above 10 slightly higher. hi Brown Suede, Blue Brown Calf, Blue Calf, Calf. Rod Calf, Leathor and White Linen 1 able in the U.S. should he pub lished in Portuguese and sent to Brazil, he continued. Also, experts on Protestantism in Latin America should be giv n a chant*? to study the parent sects in the U.S. so that com parisons can be established be tween Protestantism in the two countries. "Although it it not oponly said," Bishop Rossi stated, "some Latin American Catho lic leaders expect substantial help from the American Bish ops as a kind of compensation, as if in a way the North Amer ican Hierarchy were responsi ble for the proselytizing effort of the Protestant missionaries in Latin America. "It is obviouos that the solu tion of our problems must de* pend mainly on our own zeal. We think, however, that we may hope for the fraternal coopera tion of the North American Cath olics ...” A greater number of U.S. Cath olic missionaries and nuns would be a great help to Brazil, which is extremely in need of clergy, the Bishop continued. ■'Finally.'’ says Bishop Rossi, "this interchange would give to Brazilians and Latin Americans a wonderful impression of the power of Norjh American Catho licism, and the discord and con fusion of the Protestant church es.” -------------------o------------------- WASHINGTON—(NC)—Eighty five editors of Catholic newspa pers in all parts of the United States and Canada took part in a two-day seminar just held at the headquarters of the N.C.W.C. Neus Service here. Jut Flowers Potted Plants Funeral Designs Our Specialty Linden Florists Last* r» Banti. 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Not True One Must Know Evil to Write About Good VARESE, Italy (Radio, NC) The idea prevalent among writers that it is necessary to have a knowledge of evil in order to write about good is a serious error. Arch bishop Giovanni Battista Montini of Milan declared here. In an address to the third Na tional Congress of Italian Writ ers. the prelate declared: "The temptation for knowl edge of evil has a strong at traction. There are those who say that it is necessary to have experience of evil in order to write about good. This is not true. Above all things, keep yourselves pure and do not be afraid to put great theses in your writings." Scotching the art-for-art's sake school of thought, the prelate advised the writers to "refuse to believe that art is an end in it self.” “Art must be a 'passionate search for ways of translating the invisible into the visible,” he said. “Remember that literature is a living thing and that it will survive if it is vitalized by great ideas.’’ The average number of con versions in the United States is a little less than three persons per priest, per year to be exact. 2.8. This is partly our fault, but it is also partly the a u 11 of the laity. The Have you never made a con vert? Have you never saved a sinner from his evil ways? If not, where are the products of your love? If the love of hus band and wife begets children, then shall not the love of the soul Christ produce converts? If the great sacremcnts of Con firmation or Holy Orders have not been fruitful unto new life, then make some sacrifices that our missionaries may make con verts for you in Africa and Asia. Train a native priest. You can do it for $150 a year. This is a noble work for priests as well as laity. Cut into your cap ital and send a sacrifice to the Holy Father s Missions. Be consoled by the words of St. Jernes, "My brethren, if one Delaware ---------1.... -BMe Flowers by Gibson Phonos 2-8681—2-4711 Delaware The firms listed here deserve to be remembered when you are distributing your patronage in tnesr differeni lines of business DR. WM. P. SAVAGE OPTOMETRIST Eyas Examined Glass Fitted FITTINGS BY APPOINTMEN1 1 I i "See Savage and See Better” Phone Ashley 3301 Archbishop Montini, who as Substitute Vatican Secretary of State was long at the right hand of the Pope, said that writers can reach all segments of society through their writ ings. It should be the author's mission, he said, to spread through his work the gerat principles which ought to gov ern life. Catholic writers must consider the depth of the words they use. the Archbishop continued. He said that every word is like sphinx sitting upon its full mean ing. This is especially true of the Christian and spiritual vocabu lary. which has acquired a "sea deep” meaning, he said, and which Catholic writers more than others should often use in their writings. God Love You----------- God Expects Vs to Help Priests Get Conversions by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen------------ Sacrament of o n i Filia tion makes us one with Christ, the Teacher, who makes con verts. just as Baptism unites us with Christ the King and Holy Orders unites us with Christ the Priest. Thera can be spiritual as well as physical Birth Control. When we go before the throne of God —all of us (priests, sisters and laity) will be asked: "Where are your children? How many have you begotten in the flesh? How many have you begotten in spirit through conversion?" God Himself is fruitful, for God has an Eternal Son and billions of adopted sons through His grace. of you strays from the truth, and man succeeds in bringing him back, let him be sure of this: to bring back erring feet into the right path means sav ing a soul from death, means throwing a veil over a multi tude of sins." GOD LOVE YOU to Miss P.T. "My two sisters and I borrow each others clothes. Every time we do we put a nickle in our Bishop Sheen Fund. Here's S2.U0 so far.” ... to Anon for $5.00 “Given for the love of God.” ... to Mrs. M. K. for $42.76. the contents of a lost wallet recovered through the intercession of St. Anthony to R.T.B. “Please find enclosed $5.00 which, represents not dancing to a big-name band:” to M.M L. “Here is my $22.00 offering saved from earnihgs as a night duty reg istered nurse during the hot New Orleans summer.” ... to F.L. "Instead of going to the races I decided to stay at-home and send a little money to the missions.” Mission Sunday is October 21st. In anticipation of this most important date the Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen, Ph. D., D.D., will give e special Mission telecast on Sunday, September 30th, at 10:00 P.M., over ABC-TV. (Consult local listings for the time of telecast in your area.) Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen. Na tional Director of The Society for the Propagation of the Faith. 366 Fifth Avenue. New York lx, !♦.¥., or your Dioces an Director, Reverend .James Kulp. 246 East Town Street, Box 795, Columbus 16, Ohio. -------------------o----------------— For Quick Results Use Want Ads gTj: 1 4 |The Peoples Stored Delawere eeeeeeeeeeeee»eeee»aJ Robinson-Hanrahan Funeral Directors Cor Winter Frenlrlin Delaware ...... First Aid Supplies WINTER STREET DRUG STORE 4 W. Winter St. Dial 2*9791 Delaware, Ohio Pakistan Premier Says Christians Assured Of Equal Treatment KARACHI. Pakistan (NC) Pakistan’s new Prime Minister, Hussein S. Suhrawardy, has assured the Christian minority of removal of the “majority and minority complex based on communal or religious differences.” The Prune Minister *. views were expressed in his first radio broadcast to the nation shortly after the swearing in of hi* en tral Cabinet The change in cah met. the fifth within the nine year history of Pakistan wa* the result of the resignation of Mo hommad All. Speaking of the provisions a laid down for the minonties in the Islamic Constitution of Pak istan, the Premier declared: "Th* main task, before us it to build ourtelvet up, end in this we need the tingle-minded devotion of the people, what ever m«y be their creed, their religion or ttation in life. I am mott anxious that we thould get rid of the majority and min ority complex bated on com munal or religiout difference!. "We must be Pakistan* whol ily and solely. All of us must feel that we are one great nation and whatever may be our private spheres in life, whatever our re ligion and our upbringing and our surroundings, we have only one aim, namely, devotion to our country, and as equal citizens, contribute to its welfare to the fullest extent in our power. "It is repeated often enough that in accordance with true Is lamic traditions, the communal minorities can rely upon our jus tice. Islam to my mind carries with it everything which is noble and grand. If we tread the path of justice, truth and honor of toleration and fairness of love and service to humanity, we are acting in accordance with the grand conceptions of Islam. We are Moslems and the princi ples of Islam are dear to us. But let us not always exploit its name in justification or in condemna tion of our acts.” Huttain Shaheed Suhrawardy Archbishop Lauds Newsboys Who Stopped Obscenity ELBOURNE. Australia (NC) Catholic newsboys who recently refused here to distri bute obscene publications, "show ed themselves to be manly, de cent and courageousArchbish op Daniel Mannix of Melbourne declared. Referring to the boycott which reportedly put a deep crimp id the sales of pandering paper backs. the Archbishop said: "They took it upon themselves to assist the Customs Department in saving Australia, and espec ially the young people, from a very objectionable flood of pa pers." Stressing (hat the boys did not think of themselves or their own financial interests, the 92 year-old prelate said: "Seeing the evil that was being done by the distribution of dangerous lit erature. they took it upon them selves in a heroic and Christian spirit to do their part.” INFORMATION 1RESH LAKE ERIE Flbfi On Fuesda.v 3 to 9 P.M and Wednesday A.M ot each week Pickerel Perch White Bass and Sheephead Fish dressed at additional 5c per lb cost. I mile north ot Ashley on Westfield Rd 2nd house east of N.Y.C RR Lloyd Lust__ AU~who hs»» a widr part eaa get a slick trim at the ClaaeM Barber Shap. 823 Chilltcathe ALUMINUM AWNINGS__ KOOL VEN1 ALUMINUM AWNINGS WetherGard Aluminum Products third and Bond Phone 2-0601 BUILDING MATERIALS Pat's Tru-Line Blox PRE-CAST CONCRITI CO__ Dial 2-8331 Business Equipment Clary Adding Machines and SmiUt Corona Typewriters Sales Rental* and Service Stapleton Office Sup ply 829 Sixth Phone 3-2731. _______ Coal __ _______ DUNN COAL CO. Gallia and Broadway Str—ft FUNERAL HOMES Martin Glynn Funoral Homo A Catholic Funeral Home upholding Catholic ideals Second and Waller Sts Phone 2-3021 Portsmouth Ohio Plumbing & Repairs No Job Too Smail ELECTRIC "EEL" SEWER SERVICE Backhoe- Ditching Service Phono W—t Portsmouth 9564 GLENN'S Plumbing Shop 2221 Rom Av*. West Portsmouth wat- born in Midnapur India, in 1893. Ho rocoivod hit early education at the Calcutta Mad rattah. Later he joinad St. Xav ier't College, Calcutta, and aft er obtaining hit B.S. degree went to Oxford. Mr. Suhrawardy ha- had a colorful political career. On De cember 20. 1954 hr joined (hr Pakistan Cabinet and became Minister of Law Betose taking over as prime mim-tei Mr. Suh rawardv was the leader nf the opposition in the National As sembly. --------------o---- Birth Control Aid Slopped by Indian State Opposition POONA. India N'Cj The opposition of state authorities has prevented financial aid for birth control offered by the In dian government from reaching the Poona municipal corporation. A corporation program to aug ment the services of its four "family planning clinics” with central government money grants fell through because the proposal was not recommended by the Bombay state administration. In turning down th* aid re quest, the central authorities said they could not entertain the proposal so long as the state government "did not ap prove of artificial methods of family planning." Poona it one of the cities forming part of Bombay state territory. The rejection of the plan was said to be the first published in stance in which the Indian gov ernment curtailed its family plan ning program because of active non-cooperation at the state level. --------------------o-------------------- Requiem Mass For Editor's Wife CHICAGO (NC) A re quim Mass was celebrated here in St. Jerome's Church for Mrs. Mary M. Baldus. 82 who died in her home (Sept. 17/ after an illness of two years. She was the wife of Simon A. Baldus. formerly editor of Ex tension Magazine here, and a lounder and former president of the Catholic Press Association. Th" former Mary Margaret Deters she was married 57 years to Mr. Baldu. She is survived by her husband, and three daughters. Misses Helen and Mary Baldus and Mrs. Dorothy McDonough. o------------------ Read the Times Classified Ads SEYMOUR BAKERY CO. Wholesale Ls.t 1924 Retail RESTAURANTS HOTELS DO-NUTS ROLLS AND BLNS Specializing in WEDDING AND PARTY CAKES 442 E. Livmftton Ave. CL. 2-14*4 2133 E. Livinaiton Ave. BE. 1.3*54 PAINTING Inside and Out Steaming off paper Patch Piaster Floor fin O Greenwood Ph *A94t~ ______ Rest Homes_______ RIVERVIEW MANOR convalescent Home for aged and tnftrm Ph Wm Erasure Lucasville 3691 for rate* STEWARTS DRUG STORE ORIGINAL CUI RATE Drugs 4 Pr—crlotion. M4 GALLU PH 2447 PORTSMOUTH OHIO Christian Lumber Co. 1403—4th St. Phono 6443 West Portsmouth Ohio a i i a I Portsmouth Glass Co. Eight Cardinals to Attend THE CATHOLIC TIMES—7 Architecture Congress |__ ridax. Sept. 28. 1956 .. NAPLES, Italy i Radio. NC) —Eight cardinals will be among those taking part in a congress on church art and arehitecture here October 2 to 5. it was an nounced. The meeting, to be held in the old Royal Palace here under the presidency of His Eminence Mar cello Cardinal Mimmi, Archbish op of Naples, will be devoted to the theme "Tradition and In novation in Architecture.” The sacred art week will open with a Mass celebrated by Card inal Mimmi in the Neapolitan Basilica of St Francis of Paola. GOD PORTSMOUTH BZS Painting Decorating __ Or. Charles Stockham I 1 SIS 2nd St. Phone 4130 GLASS FOR EVERY NEED Glidden Spred Satin Dealer Paul Ouplain Joe Kehoe 1 1 ........... C. Herrman A Sona Co. MBA1 MARKETS 8th and Murray St 913 Galli. St Phone 3209 and 8M Phone 2860 E. H. RUSSELL GLASS CO. 1106 Gellie St. PORTSMOUTH OHIO 'Gwa Ut o break' Isabelle Greene HOUSE OF FASHION Home Owned Dresses, Formats. Bridals 707 Sixth Street Phone 2-8397 nerfamoufh Ohio CATHOLIC CHRISTMAS CARDS Make $60.00 Easy In Spare Time Sell only 100 boxes of love ly, new, Catholic Christmas cards. Amazing values. Over 90 assortments on which you can make mon ey fast. Start now. Write for samples. EXCELSIOR Greeting*, 5938 Fieldston Rd, New York 71, NY. OUR HOLY FATHER'S APPEAL During October Pope Piu. Ml asks us U. appeal for new membert the atholic Sear Ea«t Welfare Association. SEAR EAST MIS* SION'S of the Holy Father support the mia* sionary works of the Church in 1 i court* tries of the Near East and also the Wttl Coast of India. At the same time we cart for the refugees of the Holy Land and ali those that fled from behind the Iron Cur tain. shelters for these homeless people exist also in the eternal city of Rome. YOl K MEMBERSHIP OFFERING IS A STRINGLESS GIFT TO OUR HOLY FATHER. REMEMBER GOD AND HIS MISSIONS IN YOUR WILL. GOD’S Ofc VI ANT ADS Many of our existing Chapels in poor villages plead for articles to beautify God s abode. Perhaps you would like to give one of the following articles in memory of a loved one now with God. Linens Crucifix ............. ........ $15 25 Altar Blase bell .... ..$75 5 Vestments ......... 50 Chalice ......... .. 40 Maas book .... BE GOOD TO GOD AND GOD WILL BE GOOD TO YOU. H)l PRIEST? AUGUSTINE and THOMAS are beginning their first year of study for the Priesthood at St. Joseph's Seminary in India. Each boy needs $600 to complete his training before he becomes a priest of God—$100 a year for six years. Could you adopt one of these seminarians by giving this sum in any installments? He will be your adopted son—laboring to save souls for God. Many blessings will be yours for such a gift to Our Divine Saviour. WRITE FOR INFORMATION ON GREGORIAN MASSES FOR YOUR OWN SOUL. Statue J.. Altar stone LOVES A CHEERFUL GIVER. The Holy Father has sent ns an appeal from the Parish Macchia Albanese. Italy. Many years ago over 1500 faithful Italy after many persecutions in their own coun try Albania. At the present time their parish church is decrepit and falling apart. The appeal jl I* for $5000—sufficient to restore the church to 1 it's former beauty. We are praying that our ■. I 1| benefactors might give $1 or as much as they Er S I rtn—the name of the Lord—to help these poor x-ow) a* people in their present need. They lack this world's goods,—but they do love God. Let's help them as much aa possible. OLD FOLKS AND ORPHANS The Sisters of Charity have foundling homes in Jerusalem, Beth lehem and Beirut. They beg $7 to support a child for a month. Father Ayrout of Egypt beg for a gift of $3 to clothe one of hit orphan children. Father Eugene pleads for a gift of $10 to feed and house one of hfs beloved aged in the OLD FOLKS HOME la Jerusalem. GIVE TO SAVE THE WORLD FOR CHRIST Hear fist (DissionsjMl Sreneia Cardinal SpeNmwii, Pretident M*fr. Feter P. Teoky, Morl Set'y Send ait owiw«*iicetCon« to: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 480 Lexington Ave. ot 46th St. New York 17, N. 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