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Portsmouth
Knights Hold
Memorial Hour
PORTSMOUTH Tne Fourt
Annual Memorial holy Hour,
sponsored by local Knights of
Columbus, was held recently at
St. Mary church under the direc
tion of Monsignor Matthew A.
Howard, pa stag.
The service opened with the
posting of colors by a Color
Guard from the U.S. Marine
Corps Reserve and with the en
trance of an Honor Guard from
Bishop Hartley General Assem
bly, Fourth Degree, Knights of
Columbus.
The service included congre
gational prayers, led by K of
Chaplain Father H. A. Rubeck,
for public authorities, the dead
of all wars and deceased mem
bers of the Knights of Columbus,
and an address on “Patriotism”
by Msgr. Howard.
The service was concluded
with a Solemn Benediction with
thd Blessed Sacrament by Father
Rubeck, celebrant, assisted by
Msgr. Howard and Father Rob
ert Lemon as deacon and sub
deacon.
Taps and echo were sounded
by members of the Notre Dame
High School Band. Arrange
ments for the Knights of Colum
bu» were handled by Walker W.
Warner,
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The Holy Father s Mission Aid
Holy Father.
A man of some eighty years stopped in
the office last week. "Father, I don’t have
much but I just fell into some extra
money,” he said. "I was going to take a
trip. Then I thought it would be a much
better way if I gave it to the Holy Father for
his mission needs.” Was it a bonus, in
surance dividend or settlement? We
didn’t ask. But God bless him for such
loyal devotion to our wonderful Pope for
the daily flood of heartrending pleas for
mission emergencies. Often we have no
time to appeal.
GIFTS untie the
Hava you a mite for him
.. DON’T PUT GOD ASIDE WHEN YOU MAKE YOUR WILL...
PUSH BUTTOiN CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
Yes, it’s almost as easy as that and with a lot more
meaning. We mean our entirely new CHRISTMAS
GIFT CARD. A work of art your friend or relative will
want to frame. It tells them you arranged for a Near
East missionary to say Mass at Christmas time for them,
or that in their name, you gave a sacred article in a
chapel in the Near East. We’ll send it for you—if you
Wish—anywhere and will enclose PRESSED FLOWERS
FROM BETHLEHEM.
GIFT
PLEASE REMEMBER OUR POOR MISSIONARIES WITH YOUR
MASS OFFERINGS. IT IS ALMOST THEIR SOLE SUPPORT.
MASSES ARE SAID ALMOST IMMEDIATELY.
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Former Red Says
Communists Diabolical
But Can Be Converted
CINCINNATI, Ohio (NC) Communism is diaboli
cal, but every communist is “a potential convert,” one who
became a convert declared here.
Douglas Hyde, British communist leador for 20 years
before joining the Church in 1948, emphasized that "when
wo deal with communism, wo
are dealing with an evil, but
when we deal with a commun
ist we are dealing with some
one who can be an asset to the
Church."
In Cincinnati to address the
Medievalists, the 45-y e a -o 1
newspaperman also spoke to stu
dents of St. Gregory’s Seminary
and to the Salesian Guild, Cin
cinnati Catholic writers’ group.
Mr. Hyde, a former editor of
the London Daily Worker now
with the London Catholic Herald,
told the seminarians that “com
munists over and over again
shame Christians with their sac
rifices of time, energy and mon
ey for the communist cause.”
The party owes its success
to "a herd core of utterly ded
icated persons willing to do
anything," he said, and it makes
headwey despite the fact that
as atheists the communists
"work at a disadvantage, since
they don't have God on their
side."
Stressing the importance of
knowing the communist “as a
person,” Mr. Hyde explained that
to a communist his membership
in the party is “an ideal, a re
ligion, a revolt against what's
wrong in society, a role in a
world-wide revolutionary organi
zation dedicated to the overthrow
of everything for which western
civilization has stood.”
The communist, he went on. is
“usually a person who is spiritu­
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FOR OUR LADY’S FEAST
For your gift remembrance to your favorite Sister for December
8, we have also a lovely new gift card with a picture of OUR LADY
OF THE HOLY LAND. Write for it today. This painting of Our
Lady has never been seen before anywhere.
NEW XAVIERS FOR INDIA?
We have FRANCIS, bright young lad in
India, who just began his six years training
for the priesthood, full of Xavier’s seal.
The great Saint's feast on December 3.
moves us to plead for a noble soul to be
friend this Francis by giving us the $100 we
need each year. Send it in any installments
as long as you send the yearly sum within
twelve months.
We also need in India dedicated women with Xavier’s apostolic
ipirit like SISTER MARY YECINTHA who just started her two years
training with the Clarist Sisters. We need $150 a year for her, but
her family is penniless. Won’t you help her?
ARRANGE NOW FOR MASSES FOR YOUR OWN SOUL.
WRITE FOR OUR SUSPENSE CARD.
BLOODSHED IN GAZA
Our hearts were bleeding as we read the distressing news on the
recent fighting in Gaza. The poor Palestinian Arab refugees have
been languishing for eight years on starvation rations. Father King
ivstriving to help more than 900,000 of them—not only in Gaza—but
*11 over the Middle East. We will send an OLIVE SEED ROSARY
from Jerusalem for every FOOD PACKAGE gift ($10). Ask for our
pamphlet which describes their misery and the Holy Fathers’ relief
work directed by this good priest.
dtlllear East dlissionsjb
Fiwiab CareKaal Spellman. President Mtgr. Peter P. Tvohy, NaFI Stc'y
Send all cammunlcatlant tat
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ally starved” and who “gives to
this evil thing what other men
give to God.” He also is likely
to be "intellectually keen” and
a trained leader.
“The party has been extra
ordinarily successful in loader
ship training," ho said. "This
has boon helped along by the
fact that there are so many
people wandering aimlessly,
just waiting to follow any lead
er in any direction."
Mr. Hyde made it clear that
communists recognize the Church
as their ultimate enemy and Cath
olics as the last-ditch fighters
against communism.
“But my question is,” he said,
“why wait until the last ditch?’’
Requiescant
You are asked to pray for the
repose of the souls of the follow
ing and the others who have died
i** the Diocese during the past
week.
WEIL, Mrs. Laura, 79. Nov. 24,
St. Peter church, Millersburg.
MAHANNA, Dr. Donald, 45.
Nov. 19, Immaculate Conception
church, Columbus St. Joseph
cemetery.
NEUMANN, Mrs. Barbara. 90,
Nov. 22 St. John the Evangelist
church. Columbus. Mt. Calvary
cemetery.
ST. GERMAIN. Mrs. William,
63, Nov. 22, St. Mary church,
Marion.
MILLER, Dari, 81, Nov. 18, St.
Mary church, Lancaster.
BASBAGILL, Mrs. Mary, 84,
Nov. 22, St. Mqry church, Colum
bus. Mt. Calvary cemetery.
MORRIS. Mrs. Josephine, 64,
Nov. 18, St. Ladislaus church,
Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery.
FOX, William, 64. Nov. 17. St.
Mary church, Lancaster. St. Mary
cemetery.
LOSH, Stephen. 62, Nov. 17, St.
Luke church, Danville. St. Luke
cemetery.
D’AMICO,
McCRANN, Mrs. Rose, 59, Nov.
21, St. Mary chtrch, Chillicothe.
St. Margaret cemetery.
BARRETT, Mrs. Elizabeth, Nov.
16, St. Mary church, Chillicothe.
CARL, William. 76, Nov. 23,
Our Lady of
church, Grove
cemetery.
Perpetual Help
City. St. Joseph
Mrs. Grace, 71,
SULLIVAN,
Nov. 19, Holy Family church, Co
lumbus. St. Joseph cemetery
ANGLIM, Miss Delores, Nov.
20, St. Patrick church, Columbus.
St. Joseph cemetery.
Our 32nd Year
Giving
Columbus
People
The Deal
They Want
CHEVROLET
555 W. Broad St:
CA. 8-1555
Marian K.C. Helps Orphanage
Marian Council's Grand Knight, Paul J. Ford and
Deputy Grand Knight, Lewis M. French, (center) are
shown presenting a check for $500.00 to Mother Bede of
Saint Vincent's Orphanage to pay for the furnishing of
one of the guest rooms in the new building at Main and
Kelton Streets in Columbus.
Marion Councils youth fund is
used to help assist the youth in
the area in various activities
ranging from furnishing the room
at the orphanage to supplying
the orphanage with baseball uni
forms, assisting in the upkeep
of Camp St. Joseph and includ
ing an annual track meet for all
Many British Reds Quit
Due To Hungarian Revolt
Communism emerged from the
shades in Britain 36 years ago to
set up a shop window political
party with local branches and lat
er its own newspaper, the Daily
Worker. It does not seek publici
ty. political success or even wide
membership, preferring to grasp
power by infiltrating into the
trade unions and other essential
groups and agitating behind an
army of fellow-travelers.
The party is reputed to have an
actual membership of around
30.000, out of all proportion to
the support it gets and the unrest
it causes. While boosting for all
it
is worth the sales of the Daily
Worker, it keeps actual party
membership selective and molcjs
those who join into a well-trained
nucleus of leaders.
Most sensational resignation
of all was that of Peter Fryer,
the Daily Worker's star report
er who had been sent specially
to Budapest to cover the rebel
lion. Mr. Fryer protested that
two of his stories were not used
and a third was severely cut.
In a published statement he de-
.V
the diocesan elementary and high
schools held each spring.
The officers presenting the
check were conducted by Mother
Bede on a tour of one of the
units of the Orphanage and were
impressed with the beauty, the
modern facilities, and the home
like atmosphere of the ne
building.
By John A. Greaves
LONDON,--The Russian atrocities in Hungary have dealt
the small but highly-organized British Communist Party the
hardest blow since it was founded in 1920.
Worried leaders—its 12-man political committee—met
in hurried secret session in
volt among members and called a
special extraordinary national
congress for early next year to
ventilate "various ten e n i e s
diminishing the role-of the party
or weakening its organizational
principles.”
As the patriots continued their
resistance to Hungary, a steady
stream of well-known commun
ists—trade tin inn leaders, writers
and intellectuals have publicly
broken their party affiliation.
But perhaps more than these,
the party bosses are reported to
be worried by the mass desertion
of fellow-travelers thoughout the
nation horrified at Red ruthless
ness, sympathetic for the Hungar
ians and disillusioned by the ex
posure of the “workers’ paradise”
behind thd Iron Curtain.
79,
Co-
ABERNETHY, Mrs. Nellie,
Nov. 19, St.
lumbus.
Agatha church,
al,
Co-
Mrs. Matilda,
Agnes church,
Nov. 19. St.
lumbus. St. Joseph cemetery.
London to discuss open re-
clarad that Soviet intervention
in Hungary was "criminal and
unnecessary," that the Russian
troops were not fighting against
"fascists" but "workers, sol
diers and students" and could
get no Hungarians to fight
with them. He denounced cor
ruption end bureaucracy in
Hungary, its sadistic, highly
paid secret police and the
"tyranny and oppression mas
querading as socialism."
Tn addition to the loss nf Mr.
Fryer, the Daily Worker has also
been hit by three other resigna
tions. The others who have quit
are "Gabriel,” the paper’s car
toonist Feature Editor Malcolm
MacEwan, and Movie Critic Pat
rick Goldring.
Some commentators here are
now speculating on the Commun
ist Party's disintegration without
taking into account its secret
forces and resilient powers of re
covery.
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i
Tanner, expert nn com
tactics and former head
Trades Union Congress,
body for Britain’s eight
trade unionists, issued a
Jack
munist
of the
ruling
million
public warning: “Make sure they
are not just going underground.
We know that some communists
who have allegedly left the party
in the past have done so under
instructions solely for the pur
pose of working more effectively
to undermine the trade union and
labor movements. Now that the
communists are so unpopular it is
reasonable tn expect that many
Communist party members will
go underground.”
The Daily Herald, organ of the
Labor party, said: “One point is
clear. The thousands who have
died in Hungary have done more
for freedom in three weeks than
any words have been able to do
since the Bolshevik revolution.”
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English Ex-Servicemen
Promote True Spirit
Of Christ’s Birthday
The author of the following article is assistant editor
of The Tablet, London Catholic weekly.
By Michael Derrick
LONDON (NC) In the front windows of many
homes in Britain this Christmas Eve a lighted candle will
be seen, put there to show the Infant Christ the way a
custom borrowed from other countries.
Promoters of this scheme
are a small group of anony
mous Catholic ex-servicemen
whose Christmas poster cam
paign, initiated in 1950, has
caught the popular imagina
tion. This year they mean to
make Christmas a festival of
light. Not only will candles
glow in the windows of private
houses, but, wherever it can
be arranged, the posters—pic
tures of the Nativity scene dis
played orv the public billboards
—will be floodlighted.
In six years the Christmas
poster campaign has become in
ternational. Individuals in other
countries ask for posters in
1955 the mayor of a town in the
U.S.S.R. sent a request for some
Although Catholic-inspired and
directed, the Christmas poster
campaign has been warmly sup
ported not only by the Catholic
Bishops but by the leaders of
other churches, too.
"If Is altogether splendid,"
wrote the Archbishop of Can
terbury, Primata of the church
of England, and he edded: "It
should play a really important
part in bringing the truth of
the Christiaq Gospel back into
the hearts and minds of the
people."
The posters carry no indication
of the source of their distribution
—only a simple painting of Christ
in a manger, equally acceptable
to all Christians.
The promoters stress that this
is more than a publicity cam
paign nn behalf of the great
Christian festival. They ask every
Christian to say a prayer when
passing one of the posters.
"Talk about Christmas and
its meaning to as many people
as possible," they add. "Be as
well informed as possible your
self about the theology of the
Incarnation."
Many Catholics, and doubtless
many other Christians, have been
brought back to the practice of
their religion as a direct result
of this campaign. One priest
wrote last January:
"Just before Christmas I was
coming down the convent drive
when at the gates I saw a man
looking up
at the Christmas
poster whitfh was displayed on
the wall next to the front en
trance. He was a complete
stranger, but quite spontaneously
he turned and said. ‘Isn’t Our
I^idy lovely?’
‘“Yes indeed,’ I agreed, and
asked, ‘Are you a Catholic?’
"'I used to ba, 25 years ago:
and now I've forgotten how to
go to confession.' Then he add
ed suddenly: 'Could you help
me?' 'Of course,' I replied.
"We walked to the nearby
church, and he made his confes
sion there and then. He had even
forgotten the Hail Mary, so we
said it together. And the next day
he received Our Lord again
Costs of the poster campaign
are met by the sale of stickers
showing the nativity scene. These
have already helped to spread the
Christmas message on nearly sev
en million letters and parcels.
But the costs are much lower
than might be thought. Not only
do many shops offer to display
the posters, but ail over Britain
advertising contractors give im
portant sites without charge, and
distinguished artists have freely
offered their services.
One notable result has been
the return to England of the
Marian Council
Holds First Degree
Marian Council 3864 of the
Knights of Columbus initiated
five candidates into the First
Degree of the Order on Wednes
day, Nov. 28.
Thomas Williams. Paul Schil
ling, Robert Mallory, Leo Thurn
and Robert Parker were the can
didates initiated and were wel
comed as brother Knights with
a supper and an entertaining
program after the initiation.
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Dover Holy Name
Adds 50 Members
DOVER Members of the
Holy Name society of St Joseph
parish, received Holy Communion
in a body during the 8 a.m. Mass
recently.
Father David Dressman, pas
tor, held a reception in the eve
ning for fifty new members who
have been received into the so
ciety.
A social hour followed in the
church hall.
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Christmas crib the tangible
rpprp.srntatmn nf thp scene
shown in the pollen ribs were
always to be seen, of course, in
side churches and in many pri
vale houses, but now they are ev
erywhere.
Big stores and many
branches of a famous chain
store—in London and provin
cial cities provide an entire
window. There is scarcely a
town or city which does not
publicly and prominently dis
play its crib. Some have found
historic sites, as on ancient city
walls or in the ruins of an old
castle. Others are presented in
such modern settings es rail
way stations or e*en in cine
mas.
It is nntabjp how oftrn the crib
is built in thp civic center, often
with financial support from the
local authorities, to identify the
whole community with the Christ
mas message.
In Leeds the authorities have
agreed, for the third successive
Christmas season, to a living crib
being presented on the steps of
the town hall with the Mother
of God arriving each evening on
a donkey and the kings and shep
herds all walking in procession
through the streets. A Nigerian
student represents the African
among the Three Kings.
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Friday, Nov. 30,1956
Rosary Parish HN
Honors Servers
On Dec. the Feast of the Im
maculate Conception, the Holy
Rosary Holy Name Society will
honor the altar boys and the
choir boys of the parish with a
dinner to be held in the church
hall at 6:30 m.
This will be the regular De
cember meeting of the Holy
Name Society and after the din
ner the Serra club of Columbus
will present the award for the
outstanding altar boy of the par
ish.
In addition to the Holy Name
members, parents and friends,
both men and women will be wel
come. Those desiring reserva
tions should call the rectory by
Thursday, Dec. 6, or they may
call the Society president at
CL. 8-0168.
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