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New Movies
Bv Legion of
Class A, Section 1
Attack of th? Crah Monster
(AA)
Enemy from Space (UA)
Gun Duel In Durango (UA)
Man Afraid (UI)
Night the World Exploded
(Col)
Saga of Satchmo (UA)
Reach for the Sky (Rank)
Red Balloon (Lopert)
Tarzan and the Lost
(MGM)
Lost Continent (Lopert)
OBSERVATION: Certain adver
tising of this film
fensive.
is morally of-
CLASS
Party
immoral
(UA) OBJEC
I atmosphere
of this film
credence to
certain pre-
Bachelor
TION: The
in which the theme
is developed lends
the acceptability of
marital practices. 1
in treatment the picture contains
suggestive situations and subject
matter without sufficiently strong
moral indictment. Only a positive
conclusion averts a more string
ent classification.
Furthermore.
Big Caper (UA) OBJECTION:
Ixiw moral tone excessive bru
tality.
Most Decorated
With presentation o
the new National Security
Medal, Maj. Gen. William
J. Donovan (ret.), became
the only man in U.S. his
tory to hold the nation's
four highest decorations.
He has been awarded the
Congressional Medal of
Honor, the Distinguished
Service Cross, and the Dis
tinguished Service Medal
for World War I action.
Former head of the office
of Strategic Services, Gen.
Donovan also has been
honored as a Catholic lay
man by being named a
Knight of the Order of St.
Sylvester by His Holiness
Pope Pius XII. (NC Pho
tos).
THE
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ROME (NC) It is
commonly known that
Holiness Pope Pius XII is
an abbot and that he exer
cises direct rule over a mon
astery of his own.
The Annuario Pontifico,
Vatican yearbook, in its first
entry lists the
of the Pope.
“Bishop of
Jesus Christ,
Prince of the
Pontiff of the
Patriarch of the West, Primate
of Italy, Archbishop and Metro
politan of the Province of Ropne,
Sovereign of the State of the
City of the
Vatican.”
gives the charges
the reigning Pope,
of all the fact that
of the Abbey of SS.
Then it
peculiar to
listing first
he is Abbot
Vincent and Anastasius at Tre
Fontane the “Three Foun
tains” commonly known to tour
ists. Then it lists the three
Sacred Congregations of which
the Pope is Prefect and the 42
religious orders and communi
ties of which he is protector.
eviewed
Decency
Safari
Voodoo Island (UA)
Class A, Section 2
Brothers Rico (Col)
Counterfeit Plan (War.)
Fury at Sundown (UA)
Tall (Col)
Naked Eye (Film Representa
tion)
Buckskin Lady (UA) OBJEC
TION: Suggestive costuming.
Little Hut (MGM). OBJECTION:
A substantial part of the subject
matter and the treatment of this
picture is seriously offensive by
reason of a light and farcial treat
ment of the Sacrament of Matri
mony plus suggestiveness in dia
logue and situations. This classi
fication is predicted on a revised
version of the film
No Time to Be Young (Col.)
Objection: Tends to arouse undue
sympatic for wrongdoing.
River’s Edge (Fox) OBJEC
TION: Excessive brutality sug
gestive sequences.
Street of Sinners (UA). Objec
tion: Low moral tone suggestive
situations.
Beauty and the Bullfighter (Vic
toria) OBJECTION Suggestive
costuming, dialogue and situa
tions. OBSERVATION. This ap
plication applicable only to prints
shown in contintental U.S.A.
In­
Voodoo Woman (American
ternational)
Young Don’t Cry (Col.)
Daughter of Dr. Jekyll (AA).
OBJECTION: Suggestive se
quence.
Designing Woman (MGM).
OBJECTION: Suggestive situa
tions.
Hell’s Crossroad (Rep). OBJEC
TION: Tends to condone immoral
actions.
Pope, Among Other Duties,
titles and charges
By title he is
Rome. Vicar of
Successor of the
Apostles, Supreme
Universal Church,
Rules As Abbot Of Monastery
not
His
tn Stone
Excessive
Man Who Turned
(Col). OBJECTION:
brutality.
Versailles
Royal Affairs in
(Times). OBJECTION: Sugges
tive costuming light treatment
of the virtue of purity.
Strange One (Col). OBJECTION:
Excessive brutality and sugges
tive sequences tends to arouse
disrespect for lawful authority.
This Could be the Night (MGM)
OBJECTION: Tends to condone
immoral actions.
Cardinal Offer* Requiem
For Former Premier
LYONS. France (Radio. NC)
—His Eminence Pierre Cardinal
Gerlier, Archbishop of Lyons,
presided at the open air funeral
Mass for Edouard Herriot, noted
French political leader who died
here at the age of 84.
The Cardinal was at the bed
side of the man who had served
three terms as Premier of France
at the time of his death (March
26).
Besides being three time Pre
mier of France in 1924-25, 1926
and 1932 Mr. Herriot was also
honorary speaker for life of the
French National Assembly an^ a
member of the French Academy.
He was named to the academy in
recognition of his literary works
in the field of biography and his
tory.
During World War II Mr. Her
riot was an opponent of the Vichy
regime of Marshal Petain, by
which he was jailed. He served
uninterruptedly as mayor of Ly
ons from 1905 until his death.
Anti-Rias Bill Advanced
MONTPELIER. Vt.—(NC) A
bill against racial or religious dis
crimination has been approved
by the Senate and sent to the
House of Representatives in the
Vermont Legislature. The meas
ure forbids owners or operators
of public accommodations to re
fuse to serve any person because
of race, color, creed or national
origin.
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For several centuries the Tn
Fontane abbey was given as a
benefice to cardinals But in
1913 after the dealh of the last
cardinal beneficiary, Pope St.
Pius retained title of Tro Fon
tanc to himself, ruling over it
through an administrator Pope
Pius XI later assumed the title,
and Pope Pius XII retained it
when he succeeded to the pa
pacy.
The government of the abbey
extends over four churches with
adjacent monasteries and large
estates, which arc farmed and
tended in each place by a small
community of laymen. The four
communities lie in the regions
of Lazio and Tuscany. Their
spiritual care is in the hands oj
three Apostolic Delegates. Their
material management is handled
by the administrative office of
the Properties of the Holy See.
Tre Fontane Abbey takes its
name from a tradition which
holds that St. Paul was martyred
on the spot where it stands.
When the head of the Apostle
was cut off by the executioner,
according to legend, it is said
to have bounced three times. In
each place where it bounced
warm w'atcr springs are said to
have begun miraculously to flow.
As a matter of fact, the three
fountains still exist, encased in
three basins beautifully decorat
ed in rich marbles. They stand
about 10 feet apart. However,
they no longer are allowed to
flow. The devotion of the pil
grim is subject to a jolting by
a sign informing him that the
fountains have been capped by
order of the Ministry of Health
and Sanitation.
The abbey was founded by a
Byzantine general named Nar
sete in the year 561. At that
time there had already existed
a shrine erected over the place
of St. Paul’s martyrdom, which
probably dated back to the first
century of the Christian era.
In 1140 a group of Cistercian
monks took possession of the
abbey, remaining there until
1812. In that year French troops
invading the Papal States ex
pelled the monks and confisca-
ted tlic property Ilf abbev
stood abandoned fo. 56 years
until Pope Pius IX re cd it in
1368 and entrusted it tn the
Trappists
Aftci the defeat of the Papal
States and the unification of
Italy, the abbey was confiscated
again rn 1873. this time by the
Italian government. The monks
were able to buy back their an
ciet possessions only by the sub
terfuge of an agricultural so
ciety. created purposely for mak
ing the purchase.
Since ’.hat lime fh- abbey has
regained its former prosperity
Its land- have been improved
and its monastery and dependen
ties have been restored Atten
tion has been given to the 50
families who v ork for the abbey
A school provides education for
300 children. There are also a
theater, cooj«rative stores, a
community social center and
athletic fields
These families and the 30
monk who work with them, al
ternating prayer with work ac
cording to the Benedictine rule,
produce goods that arc in great
demand in all of Italy,
are famous for their
honey and a liqueur
from the
abound
grounds.
Pope Urges Actors
To Master Minds
VATICAN CITY (NC) During an audience foi
performers of the Comedie Francaise. famous Paris reper
tory theater, His Holiness Pope Pius XII exhorted them tc
be masters of their minds and hearts, just as they are mas
ters of dramatic expression.
The company of Comedie Francaise came to Rom*' to
give a series of performances.,
The members of the cast request-*
ed permission to offer their re
spects to the Sovereign Pontiff.
“We cannot hide the pleasure
if gives Us to meet the artists of
the Comedie Francaise u'ho have
brought to Rome the brilliance
Religion Needed
By Menial
Patients
CONCORD. N.H (NC) The
men and women of all religious
faiths who pooled their mental,
physical and financial resources
to provide religious facilities at
the New Hampshire State Hospital
here have been commended by
Dr. Earl K. Holt, superintendent,
for “brightening another corner”
at the hospital.
Dr. Holt, who conceived the
idea of converting a dingy audi
torium at the hospital into a pro
per and dignified chapel, said:
“Religion and faith are important
to all men and it is particularly
important to the people here who
so desperately need help.”
of
a
its
Mr. Herriot was a leader
the Radical Socialist party,
conservative group despite
name, but one that has anti-cler
ical tendencies. Mr. Herriot him
self was at times an opponent of
Catholic demands in matters of
educational legislation.
Construction of a new chapel
in a separate building might have
cost from $175,000 to $200,000.
but the auditorium conversion
project represented an actual ex
pense of only $5,000.
Pews formerly in St. Peter's
Catholic Church here were re
constructed for the chapel, and
Bishop Matthew F. Brady of Man
chester pledged aid from Catholic
Charities funds.
Coll or write
of the most illustrious theater nl
their country.” His Holiness said
He took note of their exacting
task of interpneting the works of
classical drama before highly crit
ical audiences.
The actor must abandon his
own personality, he said, to take
on “by a strange metamorphosis'
the identity of the character ol
the play, whether good or bad.
Through these sue e s s i v
transformations in which the
spectator likes to recognize him
self, the actor himself remains st
grips with his own destiny—with
his daily efforts both rexsardinc
and disappointing, with his prob
lems. his hopes and his suffer
ings.” the Pope stated.
“We hope that you will be able
to unite the all important mastery
of mind and heart to that of your
means of expression If good and
evil are intermingled in the parts
you play, you must use proper
judgment and acknowledge in
yourselves only those sentiments
and ideas which will elevate your
soul and the souls of those upon
whom you have influence.”
The Holy Father gave as coun
sei to the actors a line from
French dramatist. Jean Baptiste
Racine: “Who. dear God, can dis
turb the peace of a heart which
loves You?”
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Average
Russian
\ot Red
TIFFIN, Ohio The average
Russian is not a communist and
has no sympathy with a philoso
phy alien to his every instinct.
This is the view Jesuit Father
Walter (’. Jaskievicz, director of
Fordham’s Institute of Contempo
rary Russian Studies, expressed
in a lecture here.
Father Jaskievicz said the Ru*
sians arp communism’s first vic
tims, not its exponents.
They are the allies of the Free
World, the priest said. He urged
the Free World to concentrate on
getting messages to them
The need, he said, arises from
the fact that under communism
every individual must be proper
ly “conditioned or liquidated
Father Jaskievicz said that th?
conditioning process is not suffi
ciently recognized and appreciat
cd. and that it proceeds on three
levels inspirational, symbolic
and propaganda.
They
chocolate,
concocted
trees that
monastery
eucalyptus
on
the
Fontane is a
where one can
Tre
place
combined beauty of
Today
charming
find the
many centuries and many cultur
es woven into one. By way of a
road near an area which Musso
lini intended for World Exposi
tion Grounds, one enters the
monastery grounds. A gravel
road is lined with broken col
umns of Imperial Rome, marble
tablets inscribed in Latin from
medieval Papal Rome, and little
rising brick structures that are
a certain sign of modern Rome.
There he can almost feel the
accumulated piety of centuries
of pilgrims coming to the scene
of the Apostle’s death. There
he possibly may watch a Trap
pist monk tending chickens that
scratch unconcernedly about the
marble fragments of some fall
en Roman deity.
The Fordham priest said at
least 2.500.000 economically un
productive secret police must be
maintained to protect the Moscow
regime.
He insisted on the systematic
understanding nf man for man as
the key to peace.
“Only when communism as an
ideology is rejected uncondition
ally will there be real peace.” he
said.—
tyt/
THE CATHOLIC TT5TES—9
Friday, April 19. 1957
Yugoslav Reds
Confiscate Cathedra!
TRIESTE)—(NC)—1 he Cathed
ral of the Sacred Heart in
Skoplje. Yugoslavia, xhas been
taken over by state authorities
and will be torn down to make
room for a government building,
it has been reported here.
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