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6—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, Nov. 16. 1956
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Young Adult Canteen
Tonight at Virginia Hotel
The monthly Canteen of the Young Adult Council in
the Central Deanery will be held this evening at the Virginia
Hotel from 9:00 P.M. to 12 P.M.
The program is held in the Cavalier Room and Leo
Kraus and his orchestra furnish the music.
Some 200 young adults from
the city are expected for this
third Canteen of the Fall series.
Mr. George Gaus, newly elected
president of the Deanery Coun
cil will chairman the program All
young people of the city of post
high school age are invited to
the Canteen.
Eastern Deanery Meet
A meeting of Priests and youth
representatives of the parishes
in the Eastern Deanery ha.- been
set for Sunday. November 25th,
at 3:30 p.m. in the school hall
al New Lexington St. Rose par
ish. Discussion of the program
ol the Catholic Nouth Council
in the Eastern Deanery will be
the main business of the meet
ing Father Richard Dodd the
Diocesan Youth Director will
be. chairman of the program.
Young Adult Promotion
An extension committee to pro
mote the young adult program in
the diocese has been formed by
former officers of the Central
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Deanery Council of Catholic
Youth. The committee members
will visit parts of the Diocese
to interest young people of the
parishes to organize the Youth
Council plan. Marty Van Hoose,
past Deanery President, will
i hairman the committee. Other
members will include Janet Mar
tin of St. .Mary’ Magdalene. Jim
Pavlosky of the Cathedral Club.
Libby Smith and Mary K. Ruddy
of St. Agatha Parish.
Catholic Youth Organization
Three young ladies form New
ark St. Francis De Sales were
winner- of the CYO Speech Con
test in the area. They will be
Western Deanery Finalists in the
Diocesan Speech Contest to be
held in January in Columbus.
Qualifying contesants
were
Miss Gretchen Schmidt. Miss
Donna Terrell and Miss Michele
Burhard. The winner of the Dio
cesan Contest will represent the
Columbus Diocese in the Region
al and National Speech Contest
sponsored by the National Coun-
til of Catholic Youth in the
spring of 1957.
CYO Council Meets
The monthly meeting of the
delegates fo lhe CYO Council
will he held next Sunday after
noon at 2:30 p.m. in the Cath
olic Youth Bureau. Lach par
ish affiliated to the Council is
entitled to two representatives at
the committee meeting which is
held monthly. The committee dis
cusses business and formulates
the plan of action which was
voted on by parish officers and
delegates at the quarterly meet
ing of the Council. The winter
meeting of the whole Council is
slate for early December
Partylino "Hit* th* Street*"
The first issue of the CYO
“Partylme the monthly official
publication of the CYO Youth
Council was i-sued this week
The bulletin is sent to Priest
Moderators, officers and lay lead
ers of the affiliated YOs in
the Central Deanery. Managing
editor is Joe .Murphy of St. Au
gustine parish Associate Editors
incude Judy Kahealo nf Immacu
late Conception parish and Jer
ry Gantzer of Our Lady of Vic
tory Parish.
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Regional Meet Set
For Central CBEA
gll
The Central
he Business
Vnit of the Cathn
Education Associa­
tion will hold its Regional Meet
on Friday. November 23. at the
Elizabeth Seton High School.
1900 Pioneer Avenue Pittsburgh
(Brookline), Pennsylvania.
The program has for its theme.
“Challenges and Trends in Busi
ness Education It will open at
9 am. with Mass, followed by
registration. The morning ses
sion will begin at 10 p.m and
Benediction of the Blessed Sac
rament at 4 pm will bring the
afternoon sessions to a close.
Outstanding leaders in the field
ot business education and indus
try will participate in both ses
sions.
Many exhibits are being
planned On Saturday. Novem
ber 24 there will he a “cultural
tour." This will enable the mem
bers of the CBEA to visit Pitts
burgh points of interest.
Further information regarding
this convention may he obtained
from Sister M. Regis. O P, De
partment of Business. College ot
St. Mary of the Springs, Colum
bus 19, Ohio.
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TAICHUNG. FORMOSA
Emerging with a shaved head
after a losing pantomine battle
with a local barber, this young
missioner has resolved to either
learn Chinese quickly or cut
his own hair.
Father William J. Richaid
son. Mary knoll Missioner from
Brooklyn, and a veteran of only
two week- on Formosa stepped
into a local barbershop with
out knowing a word of Chinese,
for a well-needed haircut.
“All my gestures, glances,
nods leers, symbols and signs
were all in vain.” explains the
young padre. “The barber, ac
customed to shaving his cus
tomers to the skin, simply
smiled in agreement and con
tinued shearing off my treasur
ed curly locks.”
W hen the young Matyknoller
stepped into the street feeling
like a freshly clipped poodle,
he vowed he would set a record
for learning the language.
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Honored For
Youth Work
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., (NCI
Frank E. McKinney, former Na
tional Democratic Chairman, was
one of five atholic laymen who
received the St. John Bosco
Award at a Catholic Youth Week
dinner observance here.
The awards are presented an
nually to laymen for outstand
ing contributions to the further
ance of Catholic youth work in
this area.
.Mr. McKinney, of St. Thomas
Aquinas Parish, was cited for
his service as a member of the
YO Board of Directors for
eight years and as chairman of
the Stadium Fund Campaign,
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Carabinieri Band to Play
Pictured above the Carabinieri Band of Rome, Italy
will appear in Columbus at the New Veteran's Memorial,
November 17.
Prelate Says
(Catholic Students Need Strong
Faith to Meet Secular Training
ST. LOUIS (NC) Catholic high school teachers
here were told by Archbishop Joseph E. Ritter of St. Louis
to give students a foundation in the Faith strong enough
to withstand the influence of some secular colleges.
Speaking at the annual High School Teachers’ Institute
here, the prelate said it is “al
most inevitable” that many Cath
olic high school students will have
to continue their education in
state or secular institutions.
“Our (atholic colleges and uni
versifies simply canno1 handle
the ever-increasing number of
new students.” the Archbishop
said.
“We should prepare young men
and women for these non-Catho
lic schools by giving them a solid
foundation in the Faith in high
school.”
formed Catholic Action units,
which serve as a means of bring
ing the Faith to others.
AfchLishop Ritter praised the
work done by Catholic teachers,
locally and nationally.
“We have to thank God for
our atholic school system as it
is today in this country.” he said.
“Our schools have grown so in
size and educational content that
they are attracting the attention
ot educators outside the Church.
This, in effect, is a means of
Christianizing society.”
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TB Society
Starts Annual
Press Project
The 20th annual School Press
Project conducted by the Tuber
culosis Society is now underway
in 48 junior and senior high
schools in Franklin County.
The project sponsored nation
ally by the Columbia Scholastic
Press Association and the Nation
al Tuberculosis Association, re
quires either a literary entry or
an editorial cartoon on tubercu
losis Entries must he published
in November or December in
school newspapers, commercial
papers, or mimeographed special
editions.
Since this i* the 50th anni
versary of the local tuberculosis
society, the general subject this
year is "Your Tuberculosis So
ciety: It* Past and Future in
TB Control."
In addition to local awards of
bronze, silver, and gold medals
there will be cash awards nn a
state level, and certificates will
be given by the National Tu
berculosis Association for out
standing entries.
Three thousand student kits
containing rules, local tact sheets,
and six national pamphlets have
been ordered by Franklin Coun
ty schools from the society. The
materials are being channeled
through health. English and jour
nalism teachers, either as a class
project or on a voluntary basis.
Students may get lust hand in
formation on a field trip to Ben
Franklin Clinic and from local
TB authorities during after school
Press Conferences at the ruber
culosis Society Nov. 12, 14. and
15.
Bishop Witttrion high
school, Columbus, ordered the
lergest number of kits of any
school in the county. Sister
Laurenna, assistant principal,
requested 500 kits, one for
each student In the school. Sis
tar Peter Damian will coordin
ate the tuberculosis project at
Watterson.
sta
dium for CYO athletic events.
Two students of parochial
schools will be on WBNS radio
to explain the School Press Pro
ject. On Friday, Nov. 9, Dean
Lewis of the “listen” program
interviewed Mary Igoe, a sopho
more at St. Joseph academy. Last
Tuesday. Charles O’Connell, sen
ior at Rosary high school, was
one of four students quizzed on
the Press Project as it is conduct
ed in Franklin County.
One thing in this world is dif
ferent from all others. It has a
personality and a force. It is rec
ognized. and (when recognized)
most violently loved or hated. It
is the Catholic Church. Within
the household the human spirit
has room and heart. Outside it,
is the Night. Hilaire Belloc
1870 1953)
Hammond
i.ooo
Fr. Fick Talks
To Education
Press Group
Fr. Leonard J. Fick, editor of
the Josephinum Review, will at
tend the National Catholic Edu
cational Press Congress in Mil
waukee, Wisconsin, Nov. 16-18.
A Pontifical High Mass will be
offered by His Excellency, the
Most Reverend Albert G. Meyer.
D. D., Archbishop of Milwaukee.
At this Mass, which will mark
the close of the Congress, Father
Fick will call upon the members
of the Congress to cherish their
individuality as Catholics and
thereby to go on offensive against
the neutralists, against “the rack
eteers who brazenly peddle the
hallucinations of nit wits and nin
compoops.”
According to Father Fick. Cath
olic journalists will not fulfill
their true destiny either by
“merging with the age in which
they live.” or by substituting a
“false tolerance of error, a false
tolerance of theories generated in
defense of evil deeds” for the
unchangeably* valid truths and
moral principles of the Catholic
Church*
They are set apart on many
counts, not the least of which is
the simple fact that they “know
the truth to be true.”
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Archbishop Alter
Praises Youth
CINCINNATI. Ohio. (NC)
Archbishop Karl Alter of Cin
cinnati praised the young people
of his archdiocese for “striving
to promote a better understand
ing of. and greater participation
in. the Mass.”
Archbishop Alter called the
dialogue Mass “a worthwhile
project since people today have
lost the idea of social worship.”
“Many of them, young and old,
sit at divine services aimlessly,
without seeming to have any re
lation to what is going pn in the
sanctuary,” he stated.
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The science to which I* pinned
my faith is bankrupt What
it spread was not an enlighten
ment but a malignant disease
Its counsels, which should havd
established the nullenium, ha’e
led directly to the suicide of
Europe. I believed them once
more wholeheartedly than any
religious fanatic believed his su
perstitions for in their name I
helped to destroy the faith of
the millions of worshipers in
the temples of a thousand creeds.
And now they look at me and
witness the great tragedy of an
atheist who has lost his faith.
Oh that 1 could but find it! I am
ignorant and frightened! 1 have
lost my nerve. I know only this,
that 1 must find lhe way of life
lor niself, and for us all other
wise we shall be irretrievably
ruined George Bernard Shaw
(1856 1950) quoted in the London
Tablet. July 28. 1956.
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