Adelaide Southern Cross in Adelaide, South-Australia
25 Jul 1947

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25 Jul 1947

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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - July 25, 1947, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Viscount Montgomery and education continued from previous Page eminent part in forming our National character. They too Are doing the state s work your work and mine and we should insist upon some Tan Gible recognition of it. The time Lias come for those who feel they have been inactive too Long to be up and doing. The time is Ripe for some action. To Day there is a deplorable tendency to exaggerate the importance of the state and to be Little the rights of the individual. The state is becoming something of a Mammoth with an unpleasant ten Dency to assume Complete and exclusive Powers in a multiplicity of subjects. The risk is that it will oust private Endeavor and private con science entirely from the Field of Edu cation. If that unhappy and wretched Day should Ever Dawn Here it will be too late to recall the pregnant words of Montgomery no nation which neglects the spiritual approach will Darwin War memorial Church pupils from Catholic schools throughout Australia Are showing keen interest in the Darwin War me Merial Church essay Competition which closes on August 15. The win Ning entries will be published in the annals of our lady of the sacred the Appeal fund is maintaining its steady increase �480 having come to hand for june making a total of �6,615. All donations to the fund of �1 or Over Are allowable concessional deductions for income tax Pur poses. The following gifts Are gratefully acknowledged �91 action. �50, anon Lane Gove. �25, a Ltd. Old girls association of Loreto Convent Ballarat. �5 each mrs. M. A. Horan mrs. J. O Keefe or. P. Brady mrs. J. O Donnell St. Joseph s College Lochinvar. �4, Loreto past pupils association Perth. �3/10/-, St. Anne s school Temora. �3/3/-, Rev. J. Mccarthy. �3, mrs. H. Tancred. �2/5/-, Convent of mercy York. �2/2/ each Loreto. Convent Toorak miss a. Starkie anon Perth Convent of notre Dame de Sion Ascot Vale or. Martin Daly our lady of the Assumption Convent War Wick. �2 each miss a. Moroni by or. C. P. Andrews Convent of mercy West Kempsey miss Elizabeth Palmer St. Joseph s Convent Wingham Convent of mercy Henley Beach St. Catherine s Convent Stanmore. �1/10/ each miss r. Manning mrs. I. Mariner presentation Convent Murton St. Therese s school new Lamb ton. �1/1/ each or. S. P. Mulhal ladies committee sacred heart High school Highgate mrs. H. C. Brown or. J. Anderson Convent of mercy morning ton Convent of mercy Albury Porteous family very Rev. Deal l. J. Carlton mrs. S. Brice. �1 each miss t. Hai Migan presentation Convent tas. O Neill College old collegians mis. F. M. Crossdale miss l. Koppman mrs. M. M. Brewer miss k. Mcgorum Convent of mercy Euroa Piesen tation Convent Daylesford w. Luke Fay miss v. Norris Convent of mercy gun Nedah a. O Keefe St. Philomena s High school West Kempsey a Friend m. , Well Wisher Clare j. J. Ciranio or. And Myu. P. Brookes Convent of mercy Helidon St. Ursula s College Oxley Rev. For. F. Bon Giorno mrs. Callaghan St. Thomas girls High school Lewis Ham Catholic women s social child Yar Awonga. 13/-, or. W. Hackett. 10/ each mrs. J. F. Kelly mrs. J. Waller my. E. J. Balkin miss q. Finn miss m. Fitzgerald mi3s n. I. Fitzgerald miss m. Com Way St. Joseoh i Convent West foot Cray anon., or. M. , Mica c. Kennedy mrs. C. Mcgoldrick or. Joseph s College Kilmore presentation Convent Kar Oola miss d. Croke miss m. Slattery a French Mother presentation Convent Nan soil. 5/ each miss c. Lawn miss p. Gib son mrs. R. Murphy m. Hackett. 3/-, anon. 2/ each presentation Convent Runga miss m. Llott an. Coming events july tuesday 29grignion de. Montfort celebrations Cathedral 7.30 . Wednesday 30. . Ball palais Royal North Terrace. Wednesday 30.russell St. School Bridge St. Francis Xavier s Halh 8 . Thursday 31.St. Mary s dominican Convent concert. The Australia 8 . August wednesday 6.-hibernian Ball Institute Jamestown. Wednesday/13.n.c.g.m. Ball St. Patrick s Hall Grote Street 812 transferred from wed mesday 6. Tuesday 19.Parish Ball town Hall the Harton. Wedding Cor specialists Roy Biddell 18 Bond Street West hindu Abby can offer modern Blue can at current Bate phone. L 6076 the apostleship of the v sea it was not for nothing that Christ sought the majority of those on whom he was to rely As his apostles from men whose life was on the sea. There fore we must never forget that the average Seaman More perhaps than any other class of Man is at heart a staunch believer in god. It would be strange if he were not. For is he not surrounded for Long weeks with the deep majesty of the sea and the glory of the heavens by night under these circumstances surely it would be difficult to forget the master architect of the universe. When his ship is battling the Waves and the storms surely he must utter Many a prayer equivalent to that uttered by a brother Seaman of the past St. Peter lord save us we perish is any wonder then that Ilis holiness Pius Xii takes such a deep interest in the apostleship ? the holy father has insisted that Catholic Sai lors should be trained to be apostles to their fellow seamen and the method for this is that centres Are established in All the principal ports and clean wholesome lodging places hostels and clubs Are also provided for sailors in several ports. It is the object of the Apostolatos Maris to train certain seamen to carry on their apostolate during their time at sea and to direct their fellow seamen to the hostels clubs or lodging houses provided by the Apostolatos. All Catholic seamen who Are willing Are enrolled As members of the apostle ship of the sea and Are issued with a Booklet which contains the addresses of every Catholic Institute or service Centre throughout the world. All sea men Are requested to say the follow ing daily prayers our father Hail Mary Gloria most sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on All seafarers our lady Star of the sea Pray for us St. Peter Pray for us St. Andrew Pray for us. Seamen who May be enrolled As Active promoters aboard ship keep a Supply of booklets on hand and enrol fellow shipmates. It is also their duty to keep a Stock of Good Reading matter the special prayer Book for seamen and an Odd Rosary or so on hand for distribution when required. These promoters obtain their sup plies of literature and pious objects from the institutes which they visit. Hence the appeals for these things which Are made from time to time by the society of St. V. De Paul which is in charge of the Institute at port Adelaide. The drive for Library books is still on there having been very Little response to Date. Any member of your local con Ference of the society of St. V. De Paul will gladly accept and pass on Library books or pious objects to the Institute. Those in country centres who May be interested in this special work May Forward their Par cels by rail addressed to the Catholic Institute for seamen Dale Street port Adelaide rail to port Back to Franklin Street september 13 and 14 his Grace the archbishop of Ade Laide most Rev. Or. Beovich d.d., will be present at the Back to St. Mary s dominican Convent Franklin Street Adelaide celebrations arranged by the Veritas mothers club to be held at the Convent on saturday september 13, and sunday september 14. All past pupils and friends of St. Mary a Are cordially invited to be present at both functions. On Satur Day at 2 ., a Tennis tournament and sports events Between present arid past pupils have been arranged arid in the evening there will be a card evening commencing at 7 45 . On sunday afternoon at 2.30 ., past pupils and friends will meet their former teachers after. Which Benediction will be Given in the con vent Chapel. The mothers club Are desirous of making this function a Success and would be pleased if air past pupils and friends would Forward their names to the Rev. Mother Prioress Franklin Street in order that invitations May be sent. Special badges to commemorate the occasion Are now on Sale. St. Thomas school Goodwood ? the Sisters of St. Thomas school announce that their annual sports Day will take place in the school. Grounds on saturday August 2, 1947. A variety of events has been arranged and a pleasant afternoon in assured to All there is a Trad v ing table and afternoon Tea will be. Served. Diocese of port Augusta Bishop s engagements in Buntley last july 20, his hold ship completed the visitation of the Parish of port Pirie and administered the sacrament of confirmation at holy Trinity Church Crystal Brook. Next sunday july .27, Bishop Mccabe will make the canonical Visi tation of the Wai Kerie Parish. His lordship will also receive the Debu Tantes at the Garibi Catholic Ball 011 tuesday july 29. Diocesan schools the diocesan inspector visited the schools at Quorn and port Augusta last week and will be at Gladstone arid Georgetown next. Week. Ransom Roll St. Joseph s school Quorn is the Lone representative this week. Grades 1 and"2 Mary John Anne Elizabeth Philip Rose Timothy Joan Dorothy Gerald. Catherine. Grade 3 Josephine Berri Adette Carmel. Pauline Anna Agnes mar Garet Mary Augustine. Personal / Rev. Father j. J. Curran who has been for some weeks at Peterborough will relieve Rev. Father g. K. Car Mody at port Pirie during his an Nual vacation. Library at port Augusta on sunday last. July 20, a circulating Library was opened at All saints Church by the very eve. For. J. J. Prendergast who in the Library open stressed the need of making Good wholesome literature available in order to counteract the flood of non Christian and anti Chris Tian literature so readily available. It is hoped that from a Small beginning this Library will grow into proportions worthy of the Parish a Hope that will be realised if the congregation supports the venture. A festival meeting of St. Vincent de Paul society was held at Whyalla on sunday july -20, a report of which will appear next week. Hui Milell a a Jii ihiiiiiiiill2r new Church at Croydon Twenty five years ago the first mass was celebrated in the Kilkenny Croydon District which formed part of the Parish of Hindmarsh. The sacred heart fathers having seen the latent possibilities of this portion of their Parish had decided to gather around them a Little congregation distinct from the Parish Church at Brompton and because of the Lack of a Church mass was offered at the Buffalo Hall Arkana Street Kilkenny each sunday at 8 . And 9 . Alternately. A lean to shed erected at the West Ern Side of the Hall for the storage of Kneeler and seats was the first improvements to this Little place accommodating about 60 people. In spite of the slow and spasmodic growth of the District at first the time came after five years for some thing greater a building was erected to serve As a place of worship and a school. This school which is still under the capable direction of the Sisters of St. Joseph Cost �2,000, and has served its purpose Well. The District grew under the zealous guidance of the various sacred heart fathers who worked until singly with the parishioners until at last the debt on the school was cleared. Then in 1946, Kilkenny Croydon and Wood Ville gardens became a separate Parish. Daily mass and regular devotions were established in the Parish but it was evident that a school by Day and occasionally a dance Hall by night was not to be a suitable place of worship for Christ a Church must be built. In spite of difficult building conditions necessity became once again the Mother of invention and taking advantage of army disposals and any available materials a new building grew at last nearby. God willing a Church will now be blessed and opened on August 3. The new Chireh it Croydon to be blessed amid opened on August 3, . Annual Ball the combined annual Ball of the Catholic Young men s society will be held in the palais Royal on we need a next july 30. Revived last. Year after a lapse of 7 years due to the War this function proved very popular attracting 800 dancers. This year a even larger attendance is expected and bookings Are already very heavy. The president of the . Or. J. C. Beitz and mrs. Beitz will Wel come guests in the official Box while final arrangements Are in the hands of John Brewer organiser and Mem Bers of the committee. All those who intend going Are urged to Book immediately tickets Aye available at Pellegrini a Gawler place and Are 4/-each. The enthusiastic ladies committee includes misses to Cummings k. A Caplan a Roach d. O Donohue h. A help Mew in Byrne,/1,. May a j. N Nair m Harris Ond j?., it fathers Tif Adelaide St Pattrick a Church aug. .310 St. Framcis Xavier s Cathedral aug. 17-31 legion of Mary Quorn the statue and altar of our lady were beautifully decorated for the special legion devotions held on Fri Day evening in the Church of the immaculate Conception to commemorate the canonization of Saint Grig Nion de Monfort. The Active members of the senior. Intermediate and Junior presidia together with a Large number of auxiliary members and other parishioners joined in the recitation of the legion prayers and in the sing ing of the Benediction hymns. A Sermon on the life of Saint Grig Nion de Montfort and an explanation of the True Devotion to the blessed Virgin Mary As taught by the Saint were Given by Rev. Father Flinn. Pamphlets leaflets and miraculous medals were distributed by the legionaries to All present. . Features Miklos Gafni the hungarian Tenor with his associate artist Leo de Mant pianist will give the saturday night concert from 5an-ck at 7.45 . These artists will also be heard on tuesday night from the same stations at 8.45 ., and on thurs Day at 8 . X modern French music will be broadcast from 5an at 7 . On wednesday by Eileen Sayers so Prano James Duncan flautist and Bernice Lehmann pianist. The second portion of the concert Given in the town Hall on Friday by the Adelaide symphony orchestra conducted by Joseph Post and Isaac Stem violinist will be broadcast Over san at 9.15 . The Brahms concerto in d major for violin and orchestra will be played on Satur Day night August 2 from 5an at 8 . In the first portion of this concert

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