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J—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday. April 12. 1957 Read The Times Classified Ads Private Parites in the Canal Room SHADE RESTAURANT Serving Daily—Except Mon. Canal Winchester, Ohio TE. 7-4361 Paul and Helen Shade Food Deliciously Different PILGRIMAGE ROME and LOURDES Spiritual Direction Msgr. H. E. Mattingly Editor “Catholic Times” SEE: FRANCS SFAIN ITALY SWITZERLAND GERMANY HOLLAND INGLAND 49 DAYS from 1449 Depart from Naw Yark May IS R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth Other departure* May through •eptamber each with a Spiritual Director o See your Travel Agent or American Express Travel Service Catholic Tr*\al Dlvwion Gay and High Streets Ohio National Bank Bldg. Capital 8-SM1 Protect Your Travel Fund* with American RxpreM Traveler* Cheque* Spendable Kvc” v h-T Pope Receives (Continued from Page 1) schools are educating more than 25.000 students. When the heads of Sudan's five sees first learned that the govern ment intended to take over then schools. they protested and were assured that the government would consult them before taking any action on the matter. l\ater. however, the Education Minister announced that the schools would be taken over with in the next four years. The Hier archy issued a new protest and received an invitation to discuss the matter with government offi cials in Khartoum last February 13. Before the meeting Arch bishop Knox met with the Educa tion Minister and told him that an agreement on the matter could be reached by Church and state au thorities if the details could be worked out satisfactorily, so that the Hierarchy could submit them to the Holy See. At the February 13 meeting the Education Minister simply repeat ed that the government intended to take over the school beginning April 1. The government agreed to accept only part of a counter proposal submitted by the Hier archy and stated that it alone had rights in Sudanese education. Relics of St. Nicholas Returned to Basilica BARI. Italy (NC) City wide celebrations will be held here the first week in May when the remains of the city's patron. St. Nicholas of Rari are returned to the crypt of the Basilica of St. Nicholas. His Eminence Adeodato Cardi nal Piazza Secretary of the Sa cred Congregation of the Con sistory. has been named Papal legate by His Holiness Pope Pius Xll to assist at the solemn cere monies. “Your Friendly Neighborly Store CITY FURNITURE Certilicates issued from $250.00 to $5.000 00 for Whole Life— 20 Pay Life and Paid Up at 70 Years. Children Term policy from 1 to 16 years. KRUEN DOYI.K MARY L. LETT Supreme President Supreme Secretary MARGARET DAVISSON EMMA DLRK1N. Director Exoeuth e Secretary Newark, Ohm 16 East Bread Street Colombo*, Ohio A FIRST for COLUMBUS A FIRST for J. 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Bach, Lily Par* ade Chairman, presents representatives of three of the participating high schools Church hi Spain (Continued from Page 1) alive system in Spain, the Span it Bishops, citing the doctrines ontainod in Rcrum Novarum and Quadragesimo Anno, recommend that any disputes be settled with Mass Ordo —, LITURGY Of The WEEK SUNDAY, APRIL 14 THE SECOND SUNDAY OF PASSIONTIDE PALM SUNDAY Red vestments during Blessing and Procession of palms. MASS: Violet vestments, no Gloria, one Prayer. Passion according to St. Matthew beginning with 'Gethse mane, redo Preface of the Holy Cross. Last Gosepl (at all Low Masses) from ceremony of bless ing palms NOTE: In Masses through Holy Thursday omit the p.-aim “Judge me. O God’’ in the prayers at the foot of the altar and the “Glory be to the Father” in the Jntroit and at the washing of hands. MONDAY, APRIL 15 FERIAL DAY Violet vestments, no Gloria, one Prayer. Tract, no Credo. Preface of the Holy Cross Prayer over the People. TUESDAY, APRIL 16 FERIAL DAY Violet vestments, no Gloria one Prayer. Passion according to St. Mark beginning with Gethse mane. no Credo. Preface of the Holy Cross. Prayer over the Peo ple. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 FERIAL DAY Violet vestments. Extra prayer and I-esson after Kyrie, no Gloria, one Prayer. Passion according to St Luke beginning with Gethse mane no Credo. Preface of the Holy Cross. Prayer over the Peo ple. THURSDAY, APRIL II HOLY THURSDAY Solemn Mae* of the Leet Supper. White vestments, Gloria one Prayer, no Credo Preface of the Holy Cross "Communicantes, Hanc igitur. Qui pride” are prop er. FRIDAY, APRIL 19 GOOD FRIDAY Solemn Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion and Death Black vest ments Ceremonies as in the Mis sal SATURDAY, APRIL 20 HOLY SATURDAY The Easter Vigil White vestments, Gloria, one Prayer, no Credo, Preface of Easter. “Communicantes” and Hanc igitur" are proper. To Help Crippled Children in trade-unions and professional guilds. 'I hey urge that both manage ment and labor have an authentic itpresentation in these organi rations. The state, furthermore, has a right Io a distinctive role in these organizations, as repre sentative of the common good, without however, deterring the tree activity ot manacement and labor. The Bishops had this to say on the point, speaking in their joint pastoral: “It would seem reasonable and proper to reserve the solution of (labor) disputes to professional organizations in which both labor and management are represented and through which they will find the juridicial basis to obtain their rights and try to mediate their opposed interests peaceably. The intervention of the State may necessary, not only as repre sentative ol the common welfare v hich is above both management and labor, but aLo as arbiter ot the dispute. The Slate «nnot be a substitute for the free activity ol either party, but must limit itself to a necessary and suffic lent assistance or aid. This is nothing more than the teaching of Quadragesimo Anno.” We see. then, from an examina tion of then pastoral, that the Spanish Bishops wish the labor questions to be settled in the cor porative groups by an authentic representation of labor meeting with an authentic iepresentation of management. This concept was indicated in the Rerum Novarum ol Iz*o XIII and repeated and developed in Pius Xi s Quadragesimo Anno. Alter World War II. His Holiness Poue Pius XII lamented the fact that so little advantage was taken of the method. Spain has every desire to put into action this recommendation of the Popes and is well on the way to achieving her desire. The joint pastoral of the Bish ops continues, by citing the papal teaching concerning profit-shar ing: “The Church looks favorably upon, and even encourages, all that which would tend to intro duce elements of the social con tract into the labor contract and which would consequently im prove the general condition of the worker." The Bishops further recommend an equitable distribution of the national income: “If workers and employes do not receive a sufficient salary by adding to their income a share in profits it then becomes the obligation of the state, according to its supplementary function, to correct abuses in this matter and, by means of appropriable legisla tion. to grant part of the national Confirmation Schedule Bishop Ready Sunday, May 5 Dedication of Church and Confirmation Thursday, May 23 Sunday, May 26 Our Lady of Sorrows, West Portsmouth 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Saint Cyprian, Columbus Saint Joseph, Circleville Bishop Hettinger Sunday, May 19 7:30 p.m. Saint John the Baptist, Columbus RANKLIN. Pres. O'NEIL niciL 76 BETTER AWNINGS Years of Courteous Service For Awnings Call CApital 4-5269 FREE ESTIMATES TERMS IF DESIRED CANVAS ALUMINUM PLASTIC O'Neil Awning and Tent Co 26 W. Swan 1 Door West of 520 N. High with their material for Lily Parade Day, Saturday, April 13. The girls pictured are Kay Wolford, St. Mary's South Barbara Volz, St. Joseph's Academy and Ellen Woodruff, East High. Home Should Give First Training in Safety SOUTH BENI). Ind (NC) The first agency of teaching traf fic safety is the home, where the child gets his first training in any subject a police official told the South Bend Deanery Council of Catholic Women, Sergeant Neil Hans of the South Bend Police Department's juvenile aid division, said that the school ranks second and law en forcement agencies third in the matter of safety training, “The best age for training chil dren in traffic safety is between five and 12 years," he said. Schools should assist parents by supporting the school boy patrol system and by affording safety (ducation programs, he added. wealth to those classes and in dividual* most in need.” As tar as the application of this theory by the Church in Spain is concerned, attention should first le called to an intense agrarian activity. The Church established the first rural trade unions in Spain, v hich have since been organized into diocesan federations through out the country. Thanks to the efforts of these rural groups, usurious money lenders have been barred from activity in rural districts, and al most all the rural groups have credit unions. More than half the rural co operatives in Spam have been established by the clergy, and activity in this area still contin ues, with the stimulation of the trade union. The Church has established 36 centers for trade and industrial education in Spain, and has open ed 89 vocational schools, which are operated by members of dif ferent religious congregations. Plans for housing workers in clude the construction of about 60.000 new homes and the renova tion of 40.000 already existing units. TERGO IT’S TIME YOU MET HIM ... ^He’s our service expert. His job: to keep your hard-working watch in easy-going action. Stop in. Let him inspect your valuable watch today. A quick check-up now may save you hours of delay and dollars of repairs later. Deinlein Jewelers 49 N. High Applauds (Continued from Page 1) commitee supported him on this (Kiint and a recommendation for exemption was included in the report presented the full com mitee. Although that report was not acted upon in the last Con gress. it was the basis lor the bill with which Rep. Coopers statement deal*. Excise taxes, sometimes called sales taxes, must he paid by pri vate schools on such items as school buses, typewriters, cabin ets and desks, as well as on tele phone calls and the costs of transporting school groups or school officials traveling in be half of the institution. The only opponents of the exemption have been the Treas ury Department, which oppos ed all proposed revenue cuts, and a spokesman for an organ ization known at Protestant, and other Americans United for Separation of Church and State (POAU). He admitted the ex emption would be a "tiny con cession," but charged it might lead to what he called more serious erosion of the principle of church—state separation." Excise taxes yield the Federal government about $10 oillion a year. Net effect of all recommen mendations of the committee would be a revenue reduction of about $9 million a year. -------------------o—---------------- If you haven't been reading the want ads, you have been losing money. Road them and profit. Lay Retreats April 12-14 ....................... Mon April 26-28 ....................... Men May 3-5 Men May 10-12 Women May 17-19 .................... Men May 24-26 Women LAY RETREAT HOUSE St. Therese Shrine 5277 Eost Broad St'eet Tn-Vtl tape's most complete food market V TARPY’S om Apex Market “WE DELIVER' 2140 Tromont Center HU. 8-4937 HU. 2183 E. 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Her parents have no means to help with her needs ($150) during two years training. Then, there are SISTER CHRlSTINE'in Lebanon, SISTERS MARY GORETTI AND MON FORT in India. Can you help one? ________________ LORD I AM NOT WORTHY Near East tot* soon make their FIRST COMMUNION. The Sisters need 816 to give each poor child a NEW OUTFIT Give in thanks that He found yoa worthy, or your own child is not in want EASTER MORN AT THE EMPTY TOMB You will be very much there “spiritually” for we have arranged with His Beatitude, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, to offer Pontifical Mass and ten of his priests to say Masses at the Holy Sepulchre for our benefactors. They thank you for your kind MASS OFFERINGS (which i« the only support for many of them). Since 1888 The Holy Father is thinking today of a native priest in Edathikavoo, where thp Indian Government has cleared a jungle to resettle many poor people on farms. It has all separated Christians ot whom 125 have already reunited with Rome. Many more show real interest, so the bishop sent the priest. Thus far Mass is said in a bamboo shack. He needs $2,500 to build a proper ehapel. Won you help? Our Eucharistic Lord re mains with His scattered flock in bumble chapels. A CIBORIUM ($30) la Hie simple, but worthy abode. Let it stand watch with Him in your name. MOTHER'S DAY SOON Our beautiful NEW GIFT CARD with lovely portrait of Our Lady (we enclose PRESSED FLOWERS FROM THE HOLY LAND) will tell her that you had Mass said tor her OR you enrolled her OR gave an article to a mission chapel in her name. ARRANGE NOW FOR MASSES FOR YOUR OWN SOUL A NXldus”JERUSALEM This Easter anxiety about peace threatens the Holy City. Holy Week will not bring the usual floods of pilgrims. BUT GABRIEL, a seminarian, has further anxiety—so does Matthew in India—about our finding a “sponsor” to send us $100 needed yearly for his six years of training. We must train younger lads in minor seminaries also. If you can’t “sponsor” a lad maybe you’d like to help this work by joining CHRYSOSTOMS, our Sl-A-MONTH club for sem inaries. ________________ ‘GearEat(DissionsjMi FRANCIS CARDINAL SPELLMAN, President Msgr. Fetor F. Tvohy, Not’l Secy Send oil communication* to: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 480 Lexington Av«. at 46th St. Naw York 17, N. Y.