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"The Psychology of Parent
hood, and Practical Problems of Rearing a Family” will be the dis cussion topic Nov. 1, Mr. Donald Smith, staff announcer at WBNS radio and father of five chil dren, will be the moderator. Pan el members will include Michael WHEELERSBURG Bishop Ready will bless the new Parish Hall at St. Peter’s parish, Wheel ersburg, next Wednesday at 4 p. m. Father Edwin McCormick is pastor of St. Peter’s. October October October November November November December 23rd 25th 30th 4th 4th 6th 16th 4:00 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 21st 21st 23rd 25th 30th October October October October October November 8th i I It Won’t Break Dad Mr. Don Smith, center, St. Catharine parish, father •f five children, poses as the nervous new father for the Catholic Times photographer as Dr. S. D. Edelman gives him some tips on how to care for the new heir. Both Mr. Smith and Doctor Edelman will take part in the series of pre-natal discussions for married couples which will be gin at 8 p.m. next Thursday at St. Ann's hospital, 1555 Bryden Road. Pre-Natal Classes Begin Thursday at St. Ann’s Next Thursday at 8 p.m. St. Ann’s Family Clinic, 1555 Bryden Road, will begin another series of pre-natal classes for married couples. The classes are designed to inform and ease the pos sible anxieties of young married couples who are looking forward to having a family. The series will not only deal with medical problems but will also concern itself with other aspects of pregnancy which may be of social, economic, emotional er religious nature. Many outstanding leaders of the community, priests, doctors, psychiatrists, social workers and parents have offered their serv ices and experience for this series of discussions. Next Thursday the subject will be "The Prenatal Physical Examination and the Hygiene of Pregnancy." Moderator will be Dr. John Gallen with Doc tors Harry Keys and Clarence Gallagher as panel members. Classes are open to the public and will be held in the Guild Room, St. Ann’s Hospital, 1555 Bryden Road. Seaway Perils Investigation Into 17th Century Church MONTREAL (NC) Foundations of a Catholic church, rectory and 11 Indian dwellings have been unearth ed in an area that soon may be flooded because of construc tion on the St. Lawrence seaway. Archeologists are working against time to sift through the remains of what they believe to be an Iroquois village of about 1696. It is near Caughnawaga in the midst of seaway develop epment projects. There is a slight chance that some of the articles unearthed may hold some secret of the young Indian maiden, Kateri Tek akwitha, the Lily of the Mo hawks, whose cause for Saint hood is being processed. She grew tip at Ossernenon, a Mohawk vil lige near the present Auriesville, Bishop To Bless St. Peter Wheelersburg Parish Hall N.Y. She was declared venerable by a 1943 Vatican decree. -----------------o----------------- Apostolic Delegate Opens Vistarama Mission Show PHILADELPHIA—(NC)— Vis tarama, a week-long exhibit of the work of Catholic Missions around the world, was formally opened with a Pontifical Mass celebrated by His Excellency, Archbishop Amleto Giovanni Ci cognani, Apostolic Delegate to the United States. The sermon was given by the Bishop Cuthbert M. O’Hara, C.P., exiled Bishop of Yuanling, Hu nan, China, who was imprisoned by the Chinese Reds for two years before his release three years ago. Fall Confirmation Schedule Bishop Ready 7:30 7:30 7:30 4:00 7:30 7:30 3:00 P.M. Christ the King, Columbus P.M. Saint Vincent de Paul, Mount Vernon P.M. Saint Mary Magdalene, Columbus P.M. Saint Michael, Worthington P.M. Saint James the Less, Columbus P.M. Our Lady of Lourdes, Maryiville P.M. Saint Joseph Cathedral, Columbus Bishop Hettinger Saint Thomas Aquinas, Zanesville Saint Nicholas, Zanesville Saint John, Logan Lockbourne Air Base, Columbus Saint Mary, Marion Saint Agatha, Columbus P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. PM Vol. VI, No. 3 Reception To Honor Chaplains The faculty Council of New man Hall, a newly formed organ ization of Catholic professors and administrative personnel of Ohio State University are introducing their new chaplains to the Uni versity community at a tea to be held at Newman Hall on Sunday, Oct. 21, from three to five p.m Bishop Ready will bo present as will many of the pastors of the Diocese of Columbus. In charge of the refreshments are a group of Catholic faculty wives of whom Mrs. Vincent Elterbroak and Mrs. Thomas Rockwell are co-chairladies. On Sunday at all the Masses Father Richard Walsh, director of Newman Hall, will speak on the second of his series on "Christ, Our Way and Our Life." The subject will be Christ, the Wonder Worker." There will be a class on Mon day evenings at 7 p. m. for those contemplating marriage. This will be conducted by Father Walsh. Father Keating will continue his course on Thomistic Philos ophy on Tuesday at 4:10, and “Theology for the Layman” will be held on Thursday at 4:10 by Father Walsh. The Inquiry Class continues as usual on Tuesday and Thursday, at 7 p.m. o----------------- Michigan Catholic1 Gets New Editor DETROIT (NC) Father Richard T. Parrish has been nam ed editor of the Michigan Catho lic, newspaper of the Detroit archdiocese, it has been announc ed by His Eminence Edward Cardinal Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit. Father Parrish succeeds Msgr. Hubert A. Maino, who is now pas tor of St. Lucy’s church, St. Clair Shores, and dean of the eastern deanery of the archdiocese. and Houlihan, Lawrence Hoye James Connor. Dr. R. Frank Donley will cuss “The process of labor Delivery,” on Thursday, Novem ber 8. dis and Topic of the fourth discussion will he "The Care of the Mother and the Child after Birth.” Dr. Joseph Forrester will moderate the discussion of panelist Doc tors Thomas Hughes and S. D. Edelman. The last in this discussion ser ies will center around the topics “Marriage as a Vocation and Medical-Moral Questions Affect ing Married Life.” Monsignor Rol and T. Winel, pastor of St. Mary parish, Lancaster, will be discus sion leader with Father George Fulcher, assistant pastor St. Jos eph Cathedral and Dr. Joseph Gallen as panelists. The Holy Father made the appeal in an address to the Congress of Catholic Associations of Small Business here. Ownership and responsibili ty, the Pope said, provide a powerful stimulus for good in the community and make a man more "fully a man." He urged that these benefits be distrib uted among employees as much as possible. “The private u s i n essman,” continued the Pope, “the mer chant, the farmer, are all con cerned with making the goods of their own labor bear fruit. They are witnesses to the results brought about by their labor as well as the effects of their neg ligence or mistakes. This fact provides a kind of tension be tween material goods and their owners which takes the form of a productive activity submitted to powerful stimuli for the good of the community. “But if the owner of a busi ness,” he went on, “thus finds a way to maintain and consolidate his social position, is it not proper that he should try to share the same benefits with those who de pend upon him and give him the support of their labor? Do they not also have the right to a stable position in society, to possess the goods necessary for themselves and their families, to make them productive by their own initiative and draw legitimate profit from them?” Th* Pop* stated that it is commonly recognized a* a fact that employees contribute mor* to an enterprise when they feel that they have a personal in terest in its proper function ing. On the other hand, he stat ed, a man cannot submit his economic and social aspirations totally to another man's will. He cannot be a mere "silent functionary." “A human concept of enter prise,” continued the Pontiff, “must undoubtedly safeguard the authority of the owner in the in terest of the common good, but it cannot submit to such a pain ful misunderstanding of the pro found value of the worker. As a matter of fact, when technical progress or concerted efforts to raise productivity are forced up on small business it will become necessary to ask for the indis pensable collaboration of the per sonnel.” The Pope observed that the ev olution nf modern economy, new discoveries, and their application, will increase the advantages of big business. It will become in creasingly necessary that the small business owner work more intimately with his employee, that he listen to his desires and i Serves God Regardless of Race, Color or Creed Sick Poor Nuns Begin 45th Year of Service Forty-four years ago four young women arrived in Co lumbus to care for the sick and poor of the city. The women were the first nuns in the city of the order of the Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor. Their work is the visiting and caring for the sick and poor of the city, free of charge, regardless of race, color or creed. and three other sisters establish ed a convent at 168 E. Lincoln St., the same location that it has to- day. In ihose 44 years the Domin ican sisters have taken care of more than eight thousand cases, requiring about 112 thousand vis its totalling around 500 thousand hours of service. Next Thursday the annual do nation day tea will he held at the convent. This tea is one of the chief means of support of the lit tle band of nuns which have serv- Businessmen Asked To Share Ownership With Employees VATICAN CITY (NC) Businessmen have been urged to give a greater share of ownership and control of their companies to employees by His Holiness Pope Pius XII. suggestions and share the solu tion of business problems with him. "We will add," the Pope said in conclusion, "that the Chris tian ideal must never cease to inspire your enterprises. The business which asks for the co operation of several individuals for production of goods must then become a means, a mile stone on the road which must lead always higher. Man has done nothing if, by bettering economic conditions, he has not also given deeper worth to cul tural, moral and religious val ues. “Each one of you, each one of those dependent upon you, is en titled to the fullness of divine and human life as a son of the Church and a member of the Body of Christ Become more and more aware of the presence and call of Christ in every human be ing, even the poorest. Make your professional work contribute to the betterment of their lot! Your sense of justice and the spiritual fraternity which unites you to them must bring you to give them the sincere esteem and affection which they expect from you.” ■'’sB '5 Iw Mayor Sensenbrenner of Columbus points out the slogan "Trust in Youth" to representatives of the Catholic Youth Or ganization who met with the Mayor to re ceive the official proclamation of National Catholic Youth Week in Columbus. From left to right are Jerry Gantzer, Our Lady The Catholic Times ed the Diocese for the past 44 years, according to Sister Clare Marie, OP.. superior of the Co lumbus convent. Sponsored by the Friends of the Sick Poor, a lay woman or ganization formed to give aid to the Columbus foundation, the tea will begin a 2 p.m. Mrs. Joseph Hagerty, president of the group, has appointed Mrs. Lewis Higgins and Mrs. Paul O’Dea, co-chairmen. ■—---------—o----------------- St. Agatha Addition to Be Blessed Oct. 21 Bishop Ready will Solemnly Bless the new addition to St. Aga tha’s school at 4 p.m. this Sun day, according to Father George Kennedy, pastor. Fr. Arnold Favert. pastor of Our Lady of Victory parish, and Fr. Albert Culliton, pastor of St. Christopher parish, will be dea con and sub-deacon for the form al dedication and blessing. The addition to the school, the third since it was constructed in 1940, contains six classrooms, a gymnasium auditorium, lavator ies, locker rooms, music room, teachers lounge, principal’s of fice, storage and furnace rooms. When the original school struc ture was built in 1940, St. Aga tha’s had an enrollment of only 46 students. At that time, four classrooms and social hall pro vided adequate space. With the fast growth of the parish in the years following, it became necessary to add more facilities. In 1950 a library and two class rooms were added and in 1952 two more classrooms were built and the old social hall was con verted into classrooms. A kitchen and cafeteria were also built at that time. o------------- Solemn Profession Rites At St. Joseph Monastery PORTSMOUTH Bishop Ready will officiate at solemn profession ceremonies at St. Joseph Monastery here today. The monastery is operated by the Franciscan Nuns of the Most Blessed Sacrament, an order ded icated .o the perpetual adoration of the Holy Eucharist. Mayor Proclaims Youth Week We Must Aid Missionaries To Win Souls A heavy burden will be lifted from the thin should ers of our Holy Father this Sunday, Mission Sunday throughout the a olfc world. The first and heaviest respon cibility to reach the people of every place with the truth* of Christ belongs to the Vicar of Christ. The Holy Father’s Mission aux iliary, the Society for the Propa gation of the Faith, seeks pray ers. sacrifices in concentrated ef fort on that day, which will he distributed under the Pope's su pervision among all missions and the missionary groups both home and foreign. Bishop Ready in a letter read at all Masses offered in the Di© cese, last Sunday, said "All of us must share Christ's concern for souls. Those who do so, even when it means complete lifetime sacrifice, deserve the title of 'missionary.' Now it is our turn to prove ourselves worthy of the name and of a share in the glory of their he roic deeds." New missions will he establish pd, old ones expanded and the works of mercy and education will be expanded. Catholics in the United States have been called upon by the Pope to remember the colonial days up to the early nineteen hundreds with 7‘-2 million dol lars from the Propagation of the Faith in Europe. Last year in our Diocese more than 34 thousand dollars was Th* nine, all from the Neth erlands, were brought to the United States under the Dutch Refugee Act. This Act, a part of the overall Immigration Act Pope Says... Be Alert To Movie Morality ROME (NC) His Holiness Pope Pius XII wants priests and lay leaders to develop a sense of responsibility in protecting the morality of the faithful with re spect to movies. Msgr. Angelo Dell’Acqua, Sub stitute Vatican Secretary of State, said this was the Pope's wish in a letter to the National Congress of the Catholic Cinema held here. Msgr. Dell’Acqua said “caution and watchfulness” are required for the diffusion nf moral and religious principles through a medium “that can be either an instrument of education nr a tool of destruction and ruin. of Victory parish, Judy Kabealo, Immacu late Conception parish, the Mayor, Judy Chase, Our Lady of Victory parish, and Joseph Murphy, St. Augustine. Youth Week will be held October 28 to Novem ber 4. Columbus 16, Ohio, Friday, October 19,1956 Price Ton Cents $3.00 A Yoar Mission Sunday Gifts Lighten Pope’s Work & ft SI. Nine More Refugees Arrive in Diocese For Placement Nine more refugees will arrive in the Diocese for placement within the next two weeks, according to Fr. Lawrence Corcoran, assistant director of charities. of 1953, which expires in De cember of this year, provides that the Netherlands govern ment provide transportation to their destination in the U.S. expense money to pay initial expenses in the United States comprehensive health and ac cident insurance policy for three months end permission for emigrants to transfer per sonal funds to the U.S. The Dutch government is the only state that pays the expenses of the emigrating citizens. “More than 150 refugees have been placed in the Diocese by the Catholic Welfare Bureau since 1953.” Fr. Corcoran said. “The bureau finds them jobs and plac es to live on arrival, trying to make the initial impression of their new home a good one.” Those arriving in the next two weeks are: Mr. Joseph Wallner, who is sponsored by Charles H. Thompson. 622 Wrexham Ave. Mr. Piet Vincken, mechanic and machinist Mr. Bartelink Wouter, mechanic, and wife, Catherina Mr. Nauta Didederik, mechanical ability Mr. Eduard Van Em merick. auto mechanic and Gerardus Vaessen. wife, Ger arda, and son, Peter. Mr. Vaessen has worked as locomotive en gineer, maintenance mechanic and a coal miner. Anyone interested in helping these people either with a job or home can receive more informa tion by contacting the Catholic Welfare Bureau, 246 E. Town St., Columbus, CA. 1-5891. -----------------o---------------- Vermont Court Nixes Aid to Private Students MONTPELIER. Vt.—The Ver mont Supreme Court has ruled that present state laws do not permit use of state funds as tui tion payments for students at tending non-public schools. The state’s high court held that any change in the system of state aid would have to come from new laws passed by the General Assembly. o---------------- Student at Georgetown WASHINGTON, D.C. Miss Georgie Ann Allnutt of Columbus has been enrolled as one of the 56 members of the freshman class of Georgetown Visitation Convent Preparatory School here as this oldest of all U.S. Catholic girls’ schools begins its 158th academic year. Miss Allnutt is the daughter of William R. Allnutt, 2268 Abing ton Rd. i The Pope, pictured here at the beatification of In nocent XI, must shoulder the responsibility for the op pressed and needy of the world. You can help see that the Faith is brought to many areas of the world by your prayers and material sacrifices. given to the Mission Sunday ap peal. The Holy See allocated 51% of this to foreign missions, dividing it among 643 districts. Forty p«r cent we* given to the home mission* of th* Unit ed Stete*, chiefly in the South end Southwest, and Alaska. Nino per cent was distributed i in the Neer East, th* area in and around th* Holy Land which is now of miuion charac ter. “Each prayer and sacrifice, Bishop Ready reminds us, “is act ually thrice a gift. The Divine Master said that it is first a gift to Himself because it is given to the helpless, it is a gift to the Holy Father, for he arranges its distribution among the Missions and his is the heaviest respons-i bility toward the Missions. Fin ally, the people in the Missions receive both the blessing of Faith and aid in their poverty.” -------------o---------------- Schedule Set For Diocesan Mission Meet Father Charles Erb. S.V.D. re cently returned from Africa will offer a Dialogue Mass to open the Diocesan Student Mission Workshop at 9:30 Saturday at Bishop Rosecrans High School, Zanesville. Following Mas* th* Catholic Students Mission Crusade pre sident of Rosecrans High School will welcome th* mission-mind ed young delegates from all over the Diocese. After a brief explanation of the schedule by Ann Matesich, Rosecrans student who was elect ed to the National Board of the CSMC at the national convention in August. Father Erb will give the keynote address. Sectional meetings will follow the opening address with the freshman, sophomore delegates from Junior and senior meetings respectively led by New Lexing ton St. Aloysius Academy, SL Mary High School, Columbus, St Mary, Lancaster and Rosecrans, Zanesville. Each of these sections will dis cuss the study, sacrifice and pray er programs of the Mission or ganization. After lunch the students will participate in a short recreation period. Following this delegates from Newark St. Francis de Sales will present a round table discussion on the topic “Personal Service to the Missions.” Holy Rosary High School, Co lumbus, will stage an oratorical contest with the topic ‘‘What I Learned from the Crusade Con vention” The latest mission movies will be shown later in the afternoon with the general session opening at 3 p.m. The one-day workshop will end with the recitation of the Cru sade Pledge and the Apostolic Blessing being bestowed upon the delegates. WANTED .’. Catholic books and per iodicals for free distribution among interested non-Catho lies. Magazines as Jubilee, Worship, Th* Liguorian, Sign, Catholic Mind, Catholic Digest, Family Digest, Th* Grail, Al tar and Home, Voice of St. Jude, Informetion, America, Commonweal, Th* Torch, Work, Today. Can you bring them to the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Office, 246 E. Town Street, Columbus Our phon* is Capital 1-5891.