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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Oct. 12,1956
A Hollywood Producer
47 N. 4th It.
was de­
termined to give his mother a
birthday present that would out
shine the luxurious gifts his
brothers were giving her.
He read about an amazipg my
nah bird, which had a vocabu
lary of 4,000 words drawn from
several languages and could sing
three operatic areas. He imme
diately bought the bird for $50,
000 and sent it to his mother.
The day after her birthday he
telephoned. “What did you think
of the bird, mother?” he asked
eagerly.
“Delicious!” she said.
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Conversion Movement
In Formosa Prefecture
ROME—(Radio, NC)—A gigan
tic conversion movement is in
progress in the Prefecture Apos
tolic of Hwalien, Formosa, it has
been reported by Fides, Catholic
Mission News Agency.
Since the erection of the pre
fecture in December, 1953, Fides
stated, baptisms have increased
from 550 to 10,426, catechumens
from 120 to 30,069, and mission
stations from four to 260. These
figures are based on a census
taken in January, 1956.
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Laying the cornersttone of a
throne for a 40-ton bronze statue
of the Madonna, Archbishop
Richard J. Cushing of Boston,
praised the fervor of the Italo
Americans who have undertaken
the project.
"B* not discouraged by ths
slow pace/' ths Archbishop
urgsd. "Ws ars idontifisd with
a projoct which will be be
queathed to those who come
after us. It is a symbol of our
faith in one of the most pre
carious era* in history."
When completed, the throne
base will raise the Madonna stat
ue, which is more than 30 feet
in height, 100 feet above Boston
harbor. It is the first unit of a
proposed center which is expect
ed, when complete, to be compar
able to the shrines of Loreto,
Lourdes and Fatima.
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Boston sines ths Marian Yaar.
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ths sculptor mads for ths head
quarters of ths Don Orion* Fa
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snes) in Roms, as a toksn of
gratitude for ths protection
they gave him during World
War II.
Don Carlo Pensa, Superior Gen
eral of the congregation, came
from Rome to participate with
Archbishop Cushing in the cor
nerstone ceremonies. Among the
objects placed in the cornerstone
were pieces of stone from the
Holy House of Loreto and from
the Holy Door opened for the
1950 Holy Year at St. Peter’s Ba
silica in Rome, and a parchment
outlining the day’s ceremonies.
Senator I/’verett Saltonslall of
Massachusetts attended the cere
monies as a personal representa
tive of President Eisenhower.
The Senator read a message from
the President, which said:
“The faith and sacrifice requir
ed for completion of this new
shrine are a symbol of the faith
and sacrifice required in the
daily lives of all of us. I am sure
this occasion will arouse the im
agination and strengthen the
spirit of all who are present at
it. Please congratulate the arch
bishop and his people on this
achievement, visible and spirit
ual, that is marked by the dedi
cation ceremony.”
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by the Sisters of the Immacu
late Heart of Mary, opened with
six grades for the first year of
operation, but eventually will
accommodate some 400 stu
dents in eight grades.
A hitter fight which reached
the State’s higher courts was
waged before the school was con
structed. An ordinance of the
Piedmont district was employed
in an attempt to bar the school
construction, but the courts even
tually held the parish had a right
to build the school.
It is a two-story, ultra-modern
building which, besides class
rooms. contains an 850-seat audi
torium equipped with stage and
dressing rooms, a cafeteria, meet
ing hall, gymnasium and other
features.
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MILAN, Italy—Leonard Adler,
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ASSISI, Italy (NC) Catholics as a whole have
been separated so long from the common prayer of the
Church that it will require generations of re-education to
bring them back to active, genuine participation in her
worship.
This was the judgment that a
ranking official of the Sacred
Congregation of Rites voiced
in an address before the Inter
national Congress on Pastoral
Liturgy here. The official, Fa
ther Ferdinand© Antonelli, O.
F.M., stressed, however, that
the "patient work of reeduca
tion, spiritual and technical,"
to restore the faithful to the
true liturgical life "must be
gin."
The Franciscan scholar is head
of Section HI of the Congregation
of Rites, which is charged with
revising the official liturgical
books of the Church. Father An
tonelli spoke on the new reform
of the Holy Week liturgy and on
prospects for other changes in
the future.
The success of the Holy Week
reform can be called real and en
during "only when the people,
all the people and not just a lit
tle chosen, privileged group,” feel
“the need rather than the duty
to participate with their whole
heart and soul in the sacred mys
teries,” he said.
The Franciscan remarked in
this connection that the In
struction accompanying th* re
vision of th* Holy Week Ordo
"is directed first of all to the
priests, and insists in impera
tive terms that they must be
the first to strive to penetrate
into the spirit of the reformed
liturgy of Holy Week."
But in order to bring the faith
ful to an understanding of their
active role in the Church’s wor
ship, he said, there must be sys
tematic instruction. Father An
tonelli continued.
"The most opportune time for
this catechisis as it was in an-
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tiquity and in the Middle Ages,
is still today, as the Instruction
suggests, the time of Lent. In
fact, Lenten sermons are tradi
tional, and the most obvious gen
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theme always new because it is
inexhaustible, is precisely the
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which has its high point in the
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of Christ, the lofty mystery which
is perpetuated in the liturgy
throughout all ages.”
The priest emphasized the
"definitely Christocentric atmos
phere” of the liturgy. And he
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stressed the need to enkindle the
faithful’s awareness that “Christ
is at the center” throughout Holy
Week, adding that when the faith
ful. have really grasped what
Easter is, "then every Sunday
will be considered as an Easter
continued throughout the year.”
Father Antonelli called the
Holy Week reform that was in
augurated this year “the most
important act in the history of
the liturgy from St. Pius V (who
reigned from 1566 to 1572) to our
day.” He called this revision of
the liturgy imperative, explain
ing:
"In order fhet th* liturgy
may be, as it should, both wor
ship of God and school of Chris
tian life, it is necessary that
the faithful be able to take an
active, conscious part in it
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reported “some practical diffi
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some minor revisions might be
forthcoming.
As for extra-liturgical devo
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