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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Nov. 16,1956
Good Medicine, Good Morals, Jesuit Tells Hospital Personnel CINCINNATI, Ohio (NC) Good medicine is good morals, a Jesuit theologian declared here. Father John J. Lynch, S.J., professor of moral theology at Weston (Mass.) College, also made it clear that the Church's insistence on moral principles in medical proced ure has not in any way obstructed medical progress. Father Lynch recalled the old accusation that the Church’s stand against therapeutic abort ion “to save the mother" is cruel. "If you read medical writ ings of the past 15 years," he said, "you will find that there is general agreement that the doctor who resorts to thera peutic abortion is incompetent, and is not making use of the available means of saving both mother and child." (Therapeutic abortion means killing an unborn child in an al leged effort to save the mother’s life.) Father Lynch was sharply crit ical of “ghost surgery,” in which a physician, because he is incap able of performing an operation or too busy, calls in a surgeon to perform it without the knowledge or consent of the patient. "Ghost surgery," which the theologian called "morally ob jectionable," is widespread enough to cause considerable alarm both to doctors and to hospital administrators, he de clared. In such instances the operat Central Assurance Co. Life and Health and Accident Insurance Ml I. Broad St. CA. 4-2137 WE PAY YOU 6% INTEREST Let Your Money Work For You Offer Limited tc State of Ohio. COLUMBUS DISCOUNT AND LOAN SSS fa HKUAD ST Calnmbn*. Ohio ca a-sasi In The South End It's New VOIGT T.V. and Car Radio Drive In Hl. 3-1569 1927 Lockbourne Rd. CLASSIFIED SECTION Massev-Harris Ferguson Gehl Forage Choppers Sales and Service. Also harm feeds. 1. S. Russell. Farm Machinery Phone HI. Cardington. O. 'ROOFING and SPOUTING Roof Coating H. 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Ph. 2-1725 Marton** Oldest Established Proioduce Center ing surgeon usually has not ex amined the patient, Father Lynch explained, and is not involved in the postoperative care of the patient. “Moreover,” he added, “there usually is fee-splitting involved, which also is illicit.” Spelling out the ethical and religious directives adopted for Catholic hospitals through the Ca tholic Hospital Association, Fa ther Lynch warned that “all op erations, treatments and devices designed to render conception impossible are morally objection able.” Advising or otherwise en couraging contraceptive prac tices is not permitted,” he em phasized. He noted, however, that “a physician is entitled to advise and explain the practice of peri odic continence (rhythm) to those who haVe need of such knowl edge.” Father Lynch called the use of norcosis or hypnosis for the cure of mental illness "permis sible, with the consent of the patient at least reasonably pre sumed." He insisted that “due precau tions” would have to be taken in such cases “to protect the patient and the hospital from harmful effects” and to “safeguard the patient’s right to secrecy.” Father Lynch made it clear that “there is no objection on principle to psychoanalysis or any other form of psychother apy.” Lobotomy and similar opera tions aro "morally justifiable," ho said, "whon medically indi cated as the proper treatment of serious mental illness or of intractable pain." The theologian warned against “unnecessary procedures,” which he said are “nrforally objection able, whether they are diagnostic or therapeutic." “A procedure is unnecessary," he explained, “when no propor tionate reason requires it for the welfare of the patient This applies especially to unnecessary surgery.” -----------------o---------------- For Quick Results Use Want Ads George J. Igel and Company, Inc. Crone Service Excavating 501 Eaton Avenue CA. 1-6601 COLUMBUS 8. 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Premium Beer* end Fancy Drinks Open Tomb of Pope Pius IX WASHINGTON (NC) Faith and courage are the weapons needed to combat brainwashing techniques, a U.S. Army officer said hpre in a lecture at Georgetown Univer sity. The talk was given by Maj. William E. Mayer, Army authority on brainwashing, who is on the neuropsychiatry faculty of the Army Medical Service school in Fort Sam Houston, Tex as. He spoke nn “Communist In doctrination of Americans.” He said that faith and cour age are not issued in any mili tary supply room, but are molded in homes and the churches. He denied that brainwashing is a “magical and irresistible meth od of changing the soldier’s mind.” It is, he said, “a process of indoctrination using proced ures known to psychiatrists for years.” oners of war on three rules (1) Americans have their price, (2) loyalty has no value with Amer icans, and (3) the average Amer ican is ignorant not only about communism, but also about his own system of government. Noil-Catholic Needed for Admittance Indianapolis—(NC) There was a “price of admission” for Catholics attending a Day of Recollection at Marian Col lege here. Catholic Digest -November Our 32nd Year Giving Columbus People The Deal They Want CHEVROLET 555 W. Broad St. CA. 8-1555 of his birth, death and reign as Pope. Standing along side the coffin are the pre lates of the Rome diocesan curia. Such prelates always officiate in early stages of a cause for beatification. Following open ing of the casket, theologians, scholars and others will identify the Pope's remains. had to non-Ca observ- Day of Catholics attending be accompanied by a tholic. The dayjong ance was the annual Recollection for non-Catholics in this area. Father Paul Dool ey of Richmond, Ind., conduct ed the spiritual exercises. 'A particularly daring group of U.S. Air Force pilots were sent to scatter propaganda leaflets over Berlin one night during the second World War. All planes returned safely to the base except one. Dawn came, but still no plane. Finally engines were heard and the pilots dashed out to meet the missing member. "Where have you been?” the operations officer demanded. “Doing my duty, sir,” said the youth, “I delivered the pamph lets” "Well, how long does it take to drop a few bundles of leaflets?” “Drop ’em?” gasped the pilot, “I was pushing ’em under doors!” IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIEDS buyers' AIVVVVWWWWWVVVVMVVaA^ Furniture & Appliances 57-59 W. Main St Newark VWWWWWWVVWAA/VW LIFE TIME CAREER BE A HAIRDRESSER 3-B School of Beauty 17’4 8 PARK PLACE PHONE FA 6-6381 A prefaaaion far mala and tamale Cash and payment plan. Clinie open t* the public, mintmom price*. Na necessary Berrtce Integrity The Park National Bank George W. 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