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Pope Asks Us To Remember Our Tie With Missions During October the Holy Father’s mission intention asks us to remember the bond that exists between the mis sionaries in the field and the faithful at 'home, who sup port them. That bond is a holy union that Fifer Distributing Co. Inc. Take A Tip From BARNEY O’DEA Distributor For Pfaiffer & Bavarian Boer 430 N. High CA. 4-2001 WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA 19 volumes of tha world’s information arranged alphabet!, cally and written for easy reading. Over 10,000 pages 20,000 pictures pre pared by l50 au thorltles. Lp-to date, accurate in teresting. Ths World Book encyclopedia “For Information Call” Field Enterprises Inc. EDUCATIONAL DiV E Gay CA. 4-4025 Here a sandwich is just ea important as a whole dinner. DOERSAMS 11-13-11 w broad ST. COLUMBUS. OHIO produces growth in Church’s frontiers. Members of the Prop agation of the Faith. The A o s I le s i of Prayer, the Catholic Students Mission Cru sade, the Holy Child hood Association, as well as the faithful at large will pray for the I Popes intention thatl raisjng this bond be ^rpng’M sions expressed itr thus: "If there is a tin gle soul lost because of our tardiness and our lack of generos ity, if there is still a single who must cause he resources might have refused I him, it is a great re sponsibility of which we have too rarely thought dur ing the course of our life." Establishing the Church where it does not now flourish is a united effort of missionaries and the faithful here at home that dejiends so heavily on each other that neither can fulfill his voca tion alone. ----------------o-------------------- Irish ‘Luck? Holds Up Even in Bolivia SHERIDAN Heating 4 Plumbing Co. Since 1927 PLUMBING HEATING POWER PIPING BOILER REPAIRING 955 I. 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They can help make October an important month for you. ineoIMT 4-3288 50c for a childs Rosaries made of or continue your ORDERS CAREFULLY HANDLED. hBrai !0S EAST RELIGIOUS ART PRAYER BOOKS ROSMMB BOOKS GREETING CARDS Laity Group Makes Personal Sacrifices To Help Missions ST. LOUIS A group of laymen and women here is They also give alms—daily. But the alms must be the re sult of a personal sacrifice. The group has set a goal of 25 cents each day—meaning about $100 a year. Some diocesan directors of I the Society for the Propagation I of the Faith thought a quarter I a day too much, when the pro RIBERALTA. Bolivia “Like! Brom explained at the finding at camel in Times I quinquennial meeting hero. Square,” is the way a young mis I “That amounts to $1 75 a week sioner describes his recent luck I—and it is far more than people of obtaining 3.000 bricks to build I in our part of the country could a permanent mission here in the I afford,” one director from New “Green Hell” area of Bolivia. I England commented. The mission of Fr. Richard Me I To Daily Worldmissionnaire of Monigal, from St. Paul. Minn., isl ficers, the figure is not a magic located 1.000 miles from thel cne. But they believe it is with nearest large city. I in reach of everyone. To construct a lasting mission,I The group's chairman, able to withstand the jungle cH-| P. Crowley, said hero "wa mate, the Maryknoll padre decid-l members to ba actually ed to attempt an all brick con I Almost anything today—a glass struct ion. He ordered a brick I of boor, a piece of pie—costs making machine from the U.S.,I more than a niekle or a dime, which, because of the inaccessi-l a donor wouldn't be hurt by bility of the mission, will take I depriving himself of only a months to arrive. I nickel or dime purchase each But the young missioner didn’t I day. With a quarter, it is dif have to wait too long before start-1 forent." ing construction, for on a trip up I What gOrt of sacrifices are the Madre Dios River here he I mac|e: came across a large pile of bricks1 which he was able to purchase. “Finding so many bricks in the jungle here is equivalent to find ing a camel in Times Square," quips the Minnensota missioner. The group has doubled in size over the past year, now number ing 1.000 men and 200 women in ithis area. It was organized in 1953 after the Archbishop Ritter Worldmission Exhibit here that lyear. $100,000 for the missions this year because it has pledged to make sacrifices “when it hurts.” ened. Pope Pius XI, Ir the Pope of the Mis-1 Entirely conceived by the laity, the Daily Worldmissionaires mootings, wear no distinctive garb. What bands them togeth er is their pledge to pray and sacrifice daily for the missions. Archbishop Joseph E. Ritter of missionary I St Louis has given his approval, stop be- I saying that daily sacrifices not lacks the I only aid the Church, but teach that we I individuals the self-discipline and 1 sacrfice that “is the foundation of true sanctity and holiness,” Members of the group offer prayers three times daily. They recite the Our Farther, Hail Mary, and two ejaculations: St. Francis Xavier, Pray for Us, and St. Teresa, Pray for Us. The two saints are patrons of the missions. Wm. want hurt. To cite just a few, a man re frained from ordering push button windows for hi* ear and contributed the cost of them. Some members gave up cigar ettes. Some take cheaper rolls at coffee-time, and so on. During those seven years, the young Korean studied intensely and practically memorized the entire dictionary. Now, an edu cated. free man, he malks 15 miles every week to receive instruc tions in the Faith. This is no hardship for him he deems it a privilege. According to Columban Father Robert Brady of Los Angeles, pastor here, the repentant Red is one of the leaders together wiih county sheriffs, policemen, 4TI club leaders, and other officials and elders of the community in a snow balling movement toward the Church that is embracing peo- Who’s Carrying Who? RIBERALTA, Bolivia A new “Jeep’’ arrived just in ime for a six foot three inch 240 pound missioner here for townspeople were starting to feel more sorry for the mule he rode on than him. Father James R. Dyer, from Ossining, N.Y.. is a big man. Before the arrival of the Jeep, his only means of transporta tion was a small mule which appeared to stagger under the big missioner. The gift of the Jeep has be come extra welcome since re cently when he rode into town the standard joke for the chil dren would be tn exclaim loud ly. “Look! Here romes the mule with six legs.” the group calls itself ,(stc). These people hold no Dear Father Kulp, May God always bless you! Former Red is Leader In Korea Mission Boom CHUNG MUN Rl. Korea Among the leaders of CHUNG MUN Rl. Korea Among the leaders of an unprecedented movement toward the Church in this Colum ban mission on Cheju Island off Korea's south coast is a former Communist who only recently emerged from seven years of hiding in a mountain cave. pie from every walk of life. Among the leaders, too. is a large group of former Protestants and their friends whom they have brought along for instruction. Last Easter, when the Colum ban missionary opened the mis sion station in Chung Mun Ri, only about 70 people signed up for catechism class. Six months later, the numbers had swelled to 500 and are still increasing. Fr. Brady's catechists calculate that when the harvest work in this rural area is completed there will be upwards of 1,000 seeking instruction. “These poor people on Cheju Island are wonderful for team spirit,” says the Los Angeles mis sionary. “They always act in groups, never as individualists. Our big headache today is to take care of them all—if we only had enough catechists to teach them and buildings to accommodate them. LINDEN LANES IS MODERN LANES Air Conditioned. Open Daily 9 A M. We Welcome Summer Bowling 3175 Cleveland AM. 2-9991 RICHLYN Furniture and Appliances Featuring Quality Lines of Furniture, Including: Karpen, Howard Parlor, Broyhill Forest Thomasville. Cavalier. Up to 24 months to pay at Bank Rate Interest. Open It to 9 Daily Dick Meccia Owner 649 W Broad St. at Sandusky CA. 8-2500 Columbus Ohio SAPP’S MARKET BASKET 2876 W. BROAD ST. They Need Your Prayers Mission Sunday October 21 Babies Wanted KYOTO, Japan—Maryknoll Missioners have come up with an idea which they hope will help combat the rising tide of abortions here—a Baby Con test. Sponsored by the local churches, the contest would stress the health and care of babies. The Maryknollers plan to be silent spectators, leaving the contest decisions up to a select group of judges com posed of local doctors and nurses. A Letter From A Missionary I hate to admit to you how long I have had an envelope addressed to you on my desk but with the press of work here on the missions have not been able to get at much letter writing. Right now I just finished baptizing 14 adults in a beautiful ceremony in our "Warehouse Church" and I am so overjoyed with it that I did want to toll you a bit about the wonderful harvest of souls wo face here in Korea. I am now assistant pastor here in a city of 100,000 people of which 2,300 are Catholic*. The pe*tor wa* ordained at Maryknoll in 1953 and he it the most shining example of priestly character and apostolic zeal you would ever want to find anywhere. He has the Legion of Mary started here in the Province of Ch'ung Puk To and we have two Praesidia right here in th« parish. It is through the Legion of Mary that so much is being done in the line of convert-making, far this year we have had over 150 adult baptism* and we hope to have another 50 by the end of year. Really and truly it is most profound to see the way God is bringing the people right into Church. We have about 30 men and women, spread from the ages of 18 to 50 doing systematic home visits on a broad level. The most fruitful work Is that of home to home visitations, and hospital visitation, (we have two government hospitals ly contact with those visited. Over 800 adults and children are under children, was baptized tonight. She wa* three sacrifices to get her studying in for Korean women must work about 19 or 20 hours a day. She was thrilled when Father told her on the final examination that she was acceptable. Toors wore rolling down her cheeks this evening when I gave her the lighted candle. We have at present three paid catechists who handle a very large part of the doctrine instruc tions. At the present time we can hire these marvelous people to spend 8 and 10 hours a day in do ing the various phases of apostolic work and we pay them about $25 (U.S. equivalent) a month, which to them is a just and fair salary over here. We could use so many more, for we hpye 12 mission stations which have from 15 to 250 Chris* tions already and with a catechist in each place wo could get hundreds of converts in these stations in a few years. But, you know so well the problems of finances. Moanwhile we leave those things in God's hands. I am finding the wonderful altar linens very useful. They have been bury at work since I landed here and we could use so much more. If you will keep us in mind for vestments or any kind of altar linens we would be so grateful. But I want you, more than anything to get people to pray for the missions. Prayers of the good people "back home" is the only explanation for the fact that we have an average of a couple of adults a day showing interest in the church, many of them spontaneously coming up to the door asking if they can take instructions. The latest one is a locel newspaper man, who with his wife and five children are all under instructions. You will never know what we do but we see the marvelous results all along, but those who pray for the missions and make sacrifices, are they not the special chose of our Lord whom He referred to when He said "Blessed are they who have not see yet have believed. With this letter goes a promise of continued prayers for you and all who help you in any way to further your work of the PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH. May the richest rewards be yours. You are the heroes, not us, for if you over came here, Father and saw for yourself what wonders God is working you would never want to return. May your prayers and the prayers of all you con tact bring blessings to the Church, to the foreign missions, and the grace of vocation to boys-and girls and men and women who will give their lives to furthur the work of God in the Diocese of Columbus and in the foreign missions. hart in the city) wherein we effect a personal friend* instruction at present. One young mother, with four year* studying and all that time had to make many Sincerely in Christ, Rev. Daniel Schneider, M.M Editor's Note: Father Daniel Schnieder, who is a former resident of the Diocese wrote the above letter to Fr. James Kulp, diocesan director of the Propagation of the Faith. I MONUMENTS OF DISTINCTION COLUMBUS ART MEMORIAL CO. 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Sheen of New York, society national director, declared here Speaking at the close of the society's quinquennial national Ch'ong Ju, Korea September 25, 1956 meeting Bi*hoo Sheen said the increese can be attributed to the "growing mission conscious ness of the ley people in the United States and the inspired zeal of th« diocesan (priest) di rectors" of the society. The meeting wan described as the largest in the history of the society. The attendance was more than double that of the society meeting a decade ago. Represent ed at the session were 127 of the 134 archdioceses and dioceses the country. Archbishop Pietro Sigismondi. secretary of the Sacred Congre gation for the Propagation of the Faith, came the meeting bishop s first States. So the His I Ww 4 'J.IWi 11 -....... FINNERAN & FISCHER Oak and 6th Sts. CA. 4-1070 COLUMBUS, OHIO here especially for It was visit to the Arch the United society's to the In talks priast-diractors the Archbishop discussed constitutional prob lems of the society. He was high in his praise of the mis sion contributions made by Catholics of the United States. A highlight nf the meeting was the World Missionaires Rally JACK MELLON QUALITY CARS The Bert lot Lets BUY-SELL-TRADE Mellen Owns end Opercte* Hn Own Business, which Mean* Big Savings for You HUdson 8-1416 1590 W. FIFTH AVE. THE CATHOLIC TIMES—11 Friday. Oct. 19.19M St. Louis Cathedral, which wet addressed by Bishop Sheen. The world Missionalrwo are a lay mission group, formed In St. Louis and plodgod to sacri fice and pray dally for the sue* cess of the missions. Bishop Sheen characterized the group as "the most modern, complete and up-to-date" approach to mission aid ever developed in the Church. H« predicted that it will spread to every See, end said its outstanding feature it sacrifice in addition to time* giving and prayer. This is the latest appeal that we have received from Rome. “TH sew Bishop of Tintvalla, India, bets our help for his new Missies COUMin.OMf the most important Bride in the world to 4 us each and every COLE of Columbus BRIDE AM. 3-5469 A NEW OUTPOST at KVNDUKAD. This mission «as started by the late Archbishop Mar Severios three days before he died. Since that time over 150 people have been received into the chapel has a roof, but no present the parish priest in private homes. $2000 Mission in good order.” THAT OLR BENEFACTORS WILL HELP US WITH THIS WORTHY PROJECT. ANY L1TTL1 GliT WILL BE PRECIOUS TO US. God’s blessings will be youra. WHAI YOU PUT LN THE HAND OF THE HOLY FATHER YOU PUT IN THE HAND OF CHRIST MISSION SUNDAY is celebrated in many dioceses In October. We wish to express our sincere thanks to Bishop Sheen and your Diorcsan Director of the Propagation el the Faith for their many kindnesses to the Near East Missions. BE GOOD TO GOD AND GOD WILL BE GOOD TO YOU GIVE A NUN TO THE LORD Slater Mary Flora and Sister Mary Stella novices with the Clarist Sisters in India, honor of Our Lady could you adopt one of these novices? They are beginning two years training, and need $150 for each of the two years for their education. What greater gift could you give to God than a native Missionary Sister laboring for tools: Your reward THE HOLY SOULS In November they will look for the mercy them. Our missionaries have no other/means Mass offerings that you send to us. They will beloved deceased to those that you immediately. What greater loved? A STRINGLESS GIFT WILL HELP THE HOLY FATHER SEND AID WHERE THE NEED IS GREATEST. SAINT OF THE IMPOSSIBLE. We shall be praying to St. Jude, whose feast is October 28. to find us those pre-Chrtstmas stringiest gifts for our refugees, orphans and aged of the Holy Land. Just $18 will purchase a FOOD PACKAGE. We will send you a special Holy Land Rosary as a mark of onr gratitude. WHO GIVES TO THE POOR MAKES A LOAN TO GOD REMEMBER GOD AND THE NEAR EAST MISSIONS IN YOUR WILL (Ml^DearSstCDissionsjMi Franch SpeHmsn, President Msgr Peter F. Ywehy, Meti Secy Send elf cemimmiceHem CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION rhurch. The present doors or windows. At has to seek hospitality will help us put thia 480 Lexington Avt. of 46th St. Nbw York 17, N. Y. WE ARE PRATING In will be treat. ARRANGE NOW DEATH. WRITE Speaking FOR GREGORIAN MASSES AFTER YOUR AND ASK ABOUT OUR SUSPENSE CARD. of Memorials. Your beloved dead ean be enshrined humble Near East Chapel. Here are some suggestions!_ forever tn a .. ____ _____________ Altar, $75 Monstrance for Benediction, 540 Tabernacle, $25 Sanc tuary Lamp, $15. These articles will be inscribed with their name and yours. of your Masses for of support offer Mass gift could than the for your you give YOUR PRIEST SON! “As often as you shall eat this bread and drink the cup. you proclaim the death of the Lord until He romes." Our seminarians are earnestly pre* paring for this reliving of Calvary for you. Could you help us educate these lads? GEORGE and* JACOB require $600 apiece for their six year coarse at St. Joseph's Seminary In India. Out of deep love for the Holy Eucharistic could you adopt one of these worthy lads? He will pray for you always. You ean pay in any installment!.