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The life of St, Agnes was reviewed by Mrs. Anthony Contini. Mrs. Contini will entertain January 18. St. Ann's Study Club DOVER Mrs. James Litty was elected president of St. Ann’s Study Club which was organized at the home of Mrs. Martin Rini. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. Laverne Schilling, vice-pres ident Mrs. D. J. Cardani, secre tary, and Mrs. Leonard Altier, treasurer. Fr. David Dressman opened the meeting with prayer. The ligious topic for tbe evening “Means of Grace.” Guild No. 37 will meet at 8 p. m., Tuesday, Jan. 22, at the home of Mrs. Mitchell McMillan, Jr„ 701 S. 22nd St. The new officers are as follows: Mrs. Donald Erb, Chairman Mrs. Torrence Lorenz, Sec. Mrs. Mitchell McMillan. Pub. Guild No. 15 will meet at 8:30 3% Current earnings on Insured Savings Home loans Drive-in window Customer parking 24 hour outside depository Official checks Traveler’s checks Central Ohio Federal Savings 66 South Third Street $095 FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF NORTH SIDE SHOPPERS Wo Are Alto Open At 3514 N. High Street p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23. at the home of Mrs. D. W. Nicholson. 640 S. 22nd-st. Guild No. 24 will meet at 8 p. m., Thursday, Jan. 24, at the home of Miss Winifred Madigan, 322 W. Hubbard Ave., for cards and refreshments. Guild No. 31 will meet at 8:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, at the home of Mrs. Mary Shopperolei, 862 W. Rich St. re- was Guild No. 22 will meet at 8:00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25. at the home of Mrs. Joseph D. Staley, 2852 Bremen St. will Mrs. Lawrence Atkinson be hostess in February. St. Ann's Guilds Set Meetings, Select Officers The new office s of Guild No. 39 are as follows: Mrs. Anthony J. Cianflona. chairman Mrs. Jo seph L. Gaudieri. Vice-Chairman Mrs. Edw. T. Lombardo, Secre tary Mrs. Joseph DeSantis, Treasurer Mrs. Tullio Ricci, Sales Tax Chairman: Mrs. Angelo Cor na, Publicity Chairman. St. John Altar Society, PCCW Elect Officers St. John’s Altar and Parish Council elected the following of ficers for 1947: Mrs. W, N. Cline, president Mrs. T. J. Lorenze, 1st Vice Pres ident Mrs. Emil Heider, 2nd Vice President Miss Lucille Lane, Sec retary Mrs. Frank WqIz. Treasur er Mrs. William Stanton Chap lain. Miss Helen Smith. Religious Activities Mrs. T. J. Nerney, Catholic Charities Mrs. Frank Wolz, Civil Defense and Family Life Mrs. George Hanrahan, In ternational Relations Mrs. Leo Butler, Social Action: Mrs. A. J. LaVoie, Publicity Mrs. Wendel Sigrist and Mrs. N. D. Poff, Social Committees The next regular meeting of the Altar and Parish Council be held Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. will SJA Mothers to Hear Sister Ignatius Marie Mothers’ Club of St. Joseph Academy will meet Jan. 17 at 1:30 p.m. in Academy auditorium. 331 E. Rich St. Sister Ignatius Marie, S.N.D., Diocesan Coordinator of Education by Television, will be the guest speaker. Her topic will be “You, Your Children and Tele vision”. At a short business meeting to follow, Mrs. Richard Seth, 1332 Meadow Rd., will announce plans for our Valentine style show and luncheon which will be held at the Academy on Feb. 14. Ricketts. 1067 assisted by her serve refresh- Mrs. Warren Broadview Ave., committee, will ments during the social hour. St. Augustine's Society Holds Euchre Social St. Monica Altar Society of St. Augustine Church. Iziretta and Greenwich Avenue will hold a public Euchre Party, Friday, Jan. 18. at 8:30 p.m. in the school hall. Refreshments after the party. Friends of St. Rita Name New Offices The following new officers were elected at a recent meeting of the Friends of St. Rita: Miss Florence Gaughran, 1847 Oak St., President Miss Mary Clancy, 1395 E. Broad St., Vice President Miss Lillian Lane, 914 S. Ohio Ave., Recording Secre tary and Mrs. Helene Sliter, 848 Francis Ave., Treasurer. Friends of St. Rita are now holding their annual membership drive and any person in the Dio cese interested in becoming a member may call Mother Grace at St. Rita’s Home or any of the above named officers. Membership dues are used by the nuns in their work of caring for the aged. St. Philip Society Appoints Committees Committees were appointed at a meeting of the newly organized Altar-Rosary Society of St. Philip the Apostle parish held Jan. 10 in the rectory. Mrs. Harry Stegman, chairman pro tern, named the following to the welcoming committee: Mrs. Frank Clark. Mrs. H. Ennis, Mrs. Paul Forant, Mrs. N. Schneider, Mrs. Al Wolf, Mrs. J. F. Henry, Mrs. Robert Buehler, Mrs. James Amtower and Mrs. John Ste phens. Also named were Mrs. Don Brewer, telephone- chairman, and Ninth Caesarian "Easiest’ For Cambridge Woman Euchre Set For St. Mary -—MW- NOW AVAILABLE Ballroom At The Knights Of Columbus Club State A Sixth Receptions Wedding Parties Banquets Daijpes Reasonable Rotes CA. 1-4451 Little Paul Michael Nugent is the ninth child in 18 years to be born by Caesarean section to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nugent, of Cambridge, 0. Mrs. Nugent said of the nine, “This was the easiest." The newcomer has two uncles who are priests, Father James B. Nugent, of the Steubenville Diocese, and Father Michael A. Nugent, pas tor of St. Andrew parish. Sodality Head Gives Xavier Students Four Group Essentials CINCINNATI (NC) A “lay spirituality” for the lay apostolate is one of the great needs of the present day. and that's exactly what the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin tries to provide. So Father James J. McQuade. S.J.. recently appointed national promoter of Sodalities of Our Ia dy, told an interviewer at Xavier University, where he gave a Day Mrs. R. E. Szczepanek, publicity chairman. The groups constitution was submitted and approved and sev eral fund raising projects were discussed. Assisting Mrs. Stegman in conducting the meeting were Mrs. Luigi Caminiti, temporary secretary, and Mrs. James Mul holland. treasurer. The pastor, Fr. Loiys Hoffman, who is moderator of the society, led the prayers opening the meet ing and gave a short talk on ways and means. He invited all women of the parish to attend the next meeting, which will take place on the Thursday evening following the first Sunday of each month. St. Mary’s Palish is sponsoring a euchre party in the high school hall. 685 Mohawk St., on Tues day, Jan. 29. ta 8:30 p.m. A beau tiful comforter, a lovely blanket and a third prize are being given away. Call Mrs. C. J. McGrath. HI. 3 3771, or Mrs. F. Michael, HI. 3 3625. Si. Ladislaus Altar Society Sets Fish Dinner, Jan. 25 The Altar and Rosary Society of St. I^adislaus Parish is spon soring a fish dinner Friday, Jan. 25, from 5 to 8 p.m., in the School Hall, 277 Reeb Ave. Members of the society working in various capacities for the din ner are: Margaret Holliday, chair man. Mrs. Charles Fraley, Co chairman, Mrs. Paul Kelley. Mrs. Joseph Ardner, tables Mrs. An drew Hritz, Mrs. Rocco Aubovich. and Mrs. William Spaeth, frying fish Mrs. Warren Marshall, Mrs. Albert Macioci, French fries Mrs. Joseph Perscheitti. Mrs. Sam Skunza, salad Mrs. Michael Ynadrick and Mrs. Joseph Buscil ia, coffee Mrs. Lee Miller and Mrs. Santo, dessert Mrs. Louis Vargo, orders Mrs. John Worden. Mrs. Edward Horvath, carry-out orders Mrs. John Taraba. Mrs. Bernard Karner, Mrs. Charles Erdoes. tickets: Mrs. Frank Mac Donald, Mrs. Ann Marton, gro cery baskets and Mrs. Joseph Ardner and Mrs. Charles Erdoes, publicity. Cathedral Society To Meet Sunday Saint Joseph's Cathedral Altar Society, Parish Council, will hold its annual business meeting in the Rectory at 7:30 P.M., Sunday, Jan. 20. The new officers are Mrs. Jo seph M. Gallen, Sr. President, Mrs. Margaret McAuley, Vice President, Miss Gladys Thiel, Sec retary, Mrs. Mary Nye, Treasurer, and the Committee members Re ligious Activities, Miss Margaret Clark Catholic Charities, Miss Florence Voeker P.T.A.. Mrs. Frank Miller Social Action. Miss Grace Artis International Rela tions, Miss Mary Clancy Public Relations. Miss Mary Lindimore Civil Defense, Miss Rose Engle. Monsignor Harry Connelly, Pas tor, will talk to the members. o------------------ Be Loyal To Our Advertisers of Recollection for the campus sodalities. The TV lecturer (“Look Up and Live,” “We Believe.” and other TV program series made him na tionally known) defined spiritual ity as “a formula of success in the spiritual life.” But the familiar formulas work ed out by the founders of the great religious orders ’‘were de signed. in general, for success in the religious life” Father Mc Quade said. “The layman, whose vocation by virtue of Baptism and Con firmation is to reach perfection by going into the world, not out of it, needs a success formu la for meeting te presssures of the world in which he lives." “In approving the sodality of ficially. the Church approves it as a success formula sustaining peo ple in the lay apostolate.” he said. One of the major functions of the sodality in the U.S. today is “to supply well trained leadership to the councils of Catholic men. women and youth sponsored by the hierarchy,” Father McQuade said. “The councils need men and women who will take up the re sponsibilities of leadership while they are still young.” he said. If they are sodalists, he added, the sodality “will preserve the Catho lic Action mentality in them” through the years when growing families may keep them from ac tive participation in the councils. To show how the sodality func tions as an auxiliary to the Cath olic Action channels set up by the Bishops. Father McQuade spelled out the “four essentials of a so dality”: 1. Perpetual consecration of the individual member to the Blessed Virgin Mary. "This is an apostolate you on for life." 2. A "vigorous, interior spir itual program." 3. An active apostolate. 4. Union with the hierarchy. Established in 1563, the sodali ty nevertheless is the most mod ern thing in the world,” accord ing'to Father McQuade. “That's because its basic prin ciple is adaptability.” he explain ed. “Its most important rule is Rule No. 33. which demands that the sodality think with the Church. Whatever aspect of dog ma the Church is emphasizing, the sodality emphasizes. The sodality is just as modern as the Church itself but no more.” Convinced that a high school or college sodality is "essential ly formative," Father McQuade made it clear that "only adults can carry on the work of the lay apostolate the trans formation of social institu tions." And because “only Catholic lawyers can influence legal insti tutions. for example, and Catho lic doctors, medical institutions.” there is a need for the sodality in professional groups as well as in parishes, he believes. As national promoter of the Sodalities, a job long held by the late Father Daniel A. Lord. S.J.. Father McQuade expects to travel 10.000 miles this conducting the Sodality Summer Schools of Cath olic Action, whose one-week stands in nearly a dozen cities throughout the nation draw about 10.000 persons annually. SAVE ON GLASSES at LAMBERT OPTICAL Complete Glasses $8.50 $17.50 to 1000 Fram«s In Stock $3.95 to $5.95 at LAMBERT OPTICAL 143 N. High St. 2nd door north of Union Store Mother Seton Beatification Expected Soon VATICAN CITY The cause for beatification of Mother Eliza beth Ann Seton, foundress of the American Sisters of Charity is expected to be officially introduc ed in the Sacred Congregation of Rites during 1957. The historical section of the Sa cred Congregation has completed examination of all the historical material regarding Mother Seton. The material has been collected into a volume of about 1 000 pag es. Mother Seton was born Eliza beth Ann Bayley in New York City, in 1774 A devout Episco palian. she was married in 1794 to William Seton, the son of a wealthy Scottish merchant. After the death of her husband in 1803 she was left with her five chil dren to care for. Mrs. Seton was received into the Catholic Church in 1805, and because her relatives op posed her conversion, had to find a way to support herself and her children. This sh« did by teaching. In 1809, adapting the rule of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, she founded the Sisters of Charity in Baltimore, who shortly afterward moved their motherhouse to Emmitsburg, Maryland. Mother Seton died in 1821. Her beatification would make her the first native-born American beati fied by the Church. James Roosevelt Bayley, also a convert, who was Archbishop of Baltimore from 1872 to 1877. was a nephew of Mother Seton. Arch bishop Bayley was also a first cousin of the father of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. PTA NOTES St. Augustine PTA Meets Sunday St. Augustine's A. will meet Sunday. Jan. 20. 3 p.m. in the school auditorium. Sister Merce des, S.N.D., who has been to Chi na twice, will be guest speaker. All parents of school children are invited and membership dues are still acceptable, thus making everyone eligible for the door prize. Baby sitters will he provided and a social hour with refresh ments will conclude the meeting. Rosary PTA To Hear Good lor HOLY ROSARY. Thursday. Jan. 24. 8 p.m. The feature of the evening will be a discussion led by Dr. Ollie Goodloe, City Health Commissioner, entitled “How Is Your Child s Health?” -o------------------ IT PAYS TO USE tME TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS January Living Room Suites Fndav. Jan. 18.1957 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—5 Columbans Number Over 900 Members ST. COLUMBANS, Neb. In 38 years, the Columban Fathers’ foreign mission society has grown to a member ship of 902. according to the 1957 Columban directory. Founded in 1918 for mission work in China, the society has since taken extensive missions in Korea, Japan. Philip pines. Burma Fin Islands and in three countries of South America The founder. Bishop Edward Galvin, who was for merly ^n assistant in (he Diocese oi Brooklyn, died in February 1956 With 670 priest-members, the Columbans are one of the larg '.st societies of secular priests in the Church devoted exclusively to foreign missionary »ork. In the sort period since the society was founded, the Holy Sec has entrusted to its care approxim ately 30 million souls in mission countries. Of the 390 Columbans on the missions at present, the largest group is in the Philippines, where 171 priest^ staff 75 parishes on four islands In Korea. 68 Co lumbans. the largest foreign mis sionary group in the country, take care of two dioceses with a total population of about six million souls. Seven members of tne society have been raised to the episcop acy during the past 30 years. 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