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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Oct. 26,1956 Nobdy confines his mistakes to himself people sprinkle folly among their neighbors and re ceive it from them in return.— Seneca (4 B.C.—65 A.D.), Epistle to Lucillius. No Waiting Three Barbore Grandview Barber Shop ■U. 4-148. J— Eideife Ray Lille. 1127 W 4th Rideif* RICHLYN Furniture end Appliances Featuring Quality Line, of Furniture, Including: Kerpen, Howard Parlor, Broyhill. Foreet Thomasville. Cavalier. Up to 24 month, to pay at Bank Rate Interest. Open 11 to 9 Dally Dick Mecci*. Owner 444 W Broad St. at Sandutky CA. 4-2500 Columbus, Ohio m’Village't most complete food market ARPY'S APEX MARKET "WE DELIVER* 2140 Tremont Center H-4937 HL 8-8424 707 Adair Ave. 41 N. 4th St. 620 Market St. THE HERMAN FALTER PACKING CO. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS Formerly Mader-Peoples 421 Putnam Avanuo 810 Forest Avenue Ambulance Phone GL. 2-4551 Kenneth O. Bolin Directors Arthur A. 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ENGLAND OPTOMETRIST Naw Ground Floor Offices 21 South Sixth St. DIAL GL. 2-4328 Cardinal Praises U.S Service Personnel For Mission Aid PHILADELPHIA (NC) His Eminence Francis Car dinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York, paid high tri bute here to U.S. Armed forces personnel for their gen erous aid to Catholic missionaries in foreign lands. The Cardinal came here to visit Vistarama, the big exhib it that featured the work of Catholic minions around the world. Cardinal Spellman spoke at a reception given in his honor by 1500 military leaders, chaplains, the Catholic War Veterans and their auxiliaries. The Cardinal is Military Vicar for the U. S. armed forces. Though it is a great pity that it should take a calamity such as a war to focus attention on works of mercy, Cardinal Spell man said, this is the case with armed forces personnel and the missions they encountered in their far-off assignments. He stated this his experiences with American personnel in the armed forces gave eloquent sup port to the truth of the Portu guese proverb that “God writes straight with crooked lines.” “Out of the cruel, twisted and torturous maze of suffering, pil lage and destruction of two wars,” the Cardinal continued, COLUMBUS, OHIO Funeral Director* ZANESVILLE 'ST Bolin-Bryan Funeral Homes GL. 2-1215 FUNERAL HOME Inc. Phono 2-6152'’ Pfton. 2-7302 W. J. HECK CO. Genersl Contractor. Zonesville Williams Bakery 626 Market St. Dial 2-1076 Bohn A Kern Mfg A Supply Co Plumbing A Mooting Supplies to N t'teire St 1nae«it JIM CHARLES' ZANESVILLE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE "Wo Sell the Beat and Service the Reat!" ROYAL Typewriter* OLIVSTT» Calculators 414 Market 6t Ph: GL 6-M69 JUDY'S Service and Restaurant Stata and W. Main Sts. Phon* GL. 2-0169 Edward F. Warner Building Contractor 1150 Talley Ave Ph. 3-6838 Zanesville “I have seen the crooked lines made straight by the faith, char ity and good works of our mili tary personnel.” The Cardinal noted that men and women in the armed serv ices had contributed $1,206,000 to the missions since 1951 and more than $400,000 in the past year alone. “The Maryknoll nun bending over an abandoned child in Pu san and comforting her with a mother's love the Columban Father shepherding his little flock in the back hills of Korea, nurturing them on the strong and saving truths of Catholicism the Jesuits, Franciscans, Domini cans, Holy Cross Fathers and Ob lates of Mary with their great educational and missionary ef forts in the Philippines and in the other countries in the Far East.” The Cardinal said that places like Inchon, Manila, Guadalcanal, Luzon and Hiroshima and Seoul “constitute beads in the great rosary of charity associated by our military personnel with the missionary efforts of our priests and nuns.” The Cardinal compared the thoughtfulness and charity of U. S. soldiers in mission lands with that of St. Martin of Tours, famous fourth-century soldier who sheared his cloak with his sword In order to di vide it with a shivering beg gar. American service personnel, the Cardinal concluded, “shared not only their cloaks, but their hearts. May God bless our sold iers of the flag for the valiant as sistance which they give to our soldiers of the Cross.” Bu»in*»» Announcamant*, Z-30 App(i*nco» ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Drive to Duueaa Fall, A Save W. DElTRlCK re toude Ph. 4-4444 Rvaa 4-441 marr van oola bottling co. imii w ph *-in Claanars and Dyar» DUSENBERRY 41? U*4*rwwml Drug Store* SHIRLEY’S PHARMACY THERAOB POINT 4* Dr—4— a—d ____ Phen* S-S471 FOGG'S CENTRAL DRUG STORE MARKET AT FIFTH ZANESVILLE OHIO ________ INSURANCE______ FINAN INSURANCE AGENCY FIRST TRUST BLDG PH 3.43*4 HOCKING INSURANCE AGENCY INC Fir* Auto Truck. Phone GL 2-7743 Lawn Mowers—Sharpened Hand and Power Mower, machine sharpened and repaired Pick up and delivery. Call after 4 P. M. 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Phon* 2-7444 Ceaeroto Plant at Coahoeton Ohio Phon* Stt W-7 PAYNTER'S TEXACO SERVICE OPEN DAILY 4:30 TO EXPERT LUBRICATION Groewweod Pk 4.427* ....... ......... .......... —6 Teach AU This exhibit at the Vistarama, meeting of representatives from all the missionary units in the United States at Philadelphia, shows graphically how all the Catholic Missions of the World are under the sup- Russian People Admire Pope’s Peace Work Distrust Red ‘‘Coexistence’ WASHINGTON (NC) Russia's people have great respect and admiration for the Holy See’s \Vork for peace, realizing how different it is from their own government’s hypocritical “peaceful coexistence” drive. This opinion was voiced here by Jesuit Father Theophil Hor acek, rector of the Pontifical Russian lived in ing the War II. College in Rome, who the Soviet Union dur early part of World Horacek said he is in Father this country to interest young Catholic Americans in prepar ing themselves to be priests in the Byzantine (Russian) Rite. The young men, he stated, will study for the priesthood at the Russian College, where they will be trained for the day when they can go into Soviet Union and ex ercise their ministry there. They will have as classmates a former pilot in the Russian Air Force who once university, said. Last man who Red Army Marshall Zhukov was ordained. and a tominarian taught in a Soviet Father Horacek year, ho added, a had served In the at an officer under Until the day when they can go to Russia, the Jesuit educator continued, they will work among Russian Catholics or return to their own dioceses after being ordained. Graduates are at: pres ent conducting schools for refu gees in Paris and Sao Paulo, Brazil. Priests who return to their dioceses will have permission to offer Mass in the Isatin Rite whenever necessary. At the Russicum, as the Rus sian College is usually called, there are now 25 students, in eluding three from the United States, Father Horacek reported. Although there are some semin arians from countries behind the Iron Curtain, he said, most of the students are from the free world. In its 27 years of existence, he continued, the college has pre pared a total of about 125 priests. A number of these were sent be hind the Iron Curtain. Of them, some have died or been killed, and a few have been sent I to the free world, so that about ten are left. back only Father Horacek reported the first Russian convent Rome will be open soon, probab ly this fall. The nuns will all be refugees who entered various congregations after being con verted from Russian Orthodoxy or communism. The Holy Father has given permission for the nuns to leave whatever convents they are in now and come to Rome, where they will work in cooperation with the Russicum. The course of study at the Russicum prepare, the future priest to be thoroughly at homo in Russian culture. Not only does he learn the liturgy of the Byxantine Rite and the lan guage in which it is celebrated. Old Slavonic, but ho must also learn to spoak modern Russian fluently and with as little ac cent as possible. He must gain a deep knowledge of Russian history as well as a firm grasp of Marxist theory. He must also, and this is per haps the most difficult to all for a Westerner, train himself to think and act like a Russian. The Pontifical Russian College, the training ground for this thor ough preparation, was founded in 1929 by Pope Pius XI. As Archbishop Achille Ratti, Pius XI had boon sent to Pol and as Apostolic Nuncio Pope Benedict XV. While In Warsaw, Father Horacek re called, the future Pontiff be came interested in Russia and askod to be allowed to go there. Although he told Benedict XV, as a sign of his earnestness, that he had learned Russian himself, ho was refused permis sion. Later, seven years after his election to the papacy, ho founded the Russicum. Nations ber, 1954. 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