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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - October 3, 1947, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia radio replies continued from previous Page the altar but in the Sacristy it is to show her disapproval of a Union which As experience proves can so often endanger the Faith of the Catholic party Lessen the chances of Mutual happiness and interfere with the welfare of the children. Dread lest a Catholic should risk losing the Faith does not mean a desire that the non Catholic should not get it. If anything the Church s Manifest Lack of enthusiasm for mixed marriages shows that she would prefer the non Catholic to become a Catholic and have a Catholic marriage if Only he could see his Way to do so rather than remain without the Faith and have a mixed marriage. Great humiliation mine was a mixed marriage am i found it very humiliating to be excluded from the Church. I can quite understand that a Good Catholic would feel like that. And i will not say what thoughtless people might regard As the obvious retort. It would not be just to say that you brought the humiliation on yourself and that you should blame not the Chuich but yourself for having had a mired marriage. For no one can deny that there Are at times Good reasons Why one should enter a mixed marriage with no Trace of blame at Taching to anyone. In these cases it is unfortunate that the parties must suffer from the consequences of a Law intended for the general Good but the Church cannot be blamed for preferring the general Good to the individual Good. It is possible for a Catholic without blaming the Church or being blamed by the Church to say i would have preferred a Catholic marriage but a mixed marriage alone is possible for me and i la have to resign myself to a Lack of the full ceremonial privileges reserved for marriage Between two non catholics repelled moreover after thus giving my hits bad a push m the wrong direction i was required to Promise to win Ham to the Faith. This j did gladly. But what inconsistency after making him feel unwelcome there would indeed be an inconsistency if you had to Promise to try by Good example and prayer to win your husband to the Faith yet he were deliberately Given a push in the wrong direction by being shown that he would not be Welcome As a convert to the Church. But the latter cannot be said. That mixed marriages in general Are unwelcome to the Church does not mean any Lack of Charity towards your husband personally. He happened to be the particular non Catholic you wanted to marry. Had you chosen some other non Catholic the position would have been the same. Your husband cannot reasonably say therefore that it was because he was the one chosen that the restrictions were imposed. Nor does the fact that mixed marriages in general Are unwelcome to the Church mean that your husband would be unwelcome As a convert if he received the Grace from god to desire to become a Catholic. No personal insult my husband says he is an honest honorable Man. R those qualities were in no Way called into question because your marriage with him was subject to the general Laws of the Church concern ing the Celebration of mixed marriages. A few years ago i went to America. Whilst i was there a Law was made that All aliens even those already in the country must be Finger printed. I went to a local police station and complied with the Law. It would have been absurd to allow oneself to be filled with resentment As though aspersions had been cast on one s personal character. Unreasonable feelings yet my husband says he had to sneak up a Side path to a Side door be cause my Church did t want my. Unreasonable feelings dictated that statement. The marriage May have taken place in the Sacristy but your husband did t have to sneak up to the Sacristy. No one could Call that an impartial description of the Way he went there. Moreover Laws based on a general disapproval of mixed marriages As such cannot be interpreted As based on dislike of your husband personally nor As indicating that the Church does t want him As a convert to the Faith if he should desire to become a Catholic. With your own and his further comments on this matter i will Deal next week. The Standard insurance co. Ltd. Tawi Central 791. Feb and Accident insurance at lowest current Bates. 42 Grenfell St. Adelaide peer says he was shadowed on visit to Yugoslavia London sept. 12.in a special interview Given to a reporter of the Catholic Herald this week lord Holden who is a Catholic labor peer and who has just returned from a fortnight s tour in Yugoslavia tells that he was shadowed everywhere he went. Because he fears its strength and its championship of the weak Tito is determined to wipe out the Church in Yugoslavia said lord Holden. There s no doubt at All in my own mind that the three main targets in his attack Are the clergy the family and youth. From the moment i crossed the Frontier i was aware of a new oppressive atmosphere that seemed to weigh More and More heavily on the mind As time went on. Quite apart from the men who shadowed me like faithful dogs wherever i went the effect of rigorous supervision was obvious in the fear and suspicion of Ordinary people i met. Few dared speak to lord Holden goes on to describe efforts which Are made to get Young boys and girls to leave their Homes and live in institutions run by the state with the View to attacking family life and the religious Educa Tion of youth at the same time. I think Tito has still some Way to go before his movements rival those of Hitler and Mussolini but he has made a Good Start and it May be his purpose to turn out gangs of thugs whose enthusiasm has to make up for Lack of efficiency and discipline. They March behind banners in the regular processions that fascist coun tries Are so fond of but Only teen age boys and girls have been catered for up to now. However the Sana Toria which Are roughly equivalent to our orphanages Are playing a big part in turning the very Young into godless servants of the totalitarian state. With All religion banned in the schools and Catholic organisations Dis banded the authorities do not have to make the state youth movements compulsory yet. They feel that recruits will join of their own family group no. 39. Or. And mrs. M. J. Mccormack and family of Pooch Era Eyre s Peninsula. Front Row Anthony or. Mccormack and Carmel Thomas Beverley mrs. Mccormack and Gerald Deirdre. Middle Row Barry and Rita. Back Row Constance Max Well Michael and Mona. American poles protest at British Union decision Strong protest has been sent by the polish american con Gress to British authorities the american federation of labor the Congress of Industrial organisation in America and to the United nations commission on human rights against a recent dictatorial order issued by the British amalgamated engineers Union to the effect that All poles engaged in the British engineering Industry Are to have their member ship of the Union cancelled Forth with and Are to be removed from their employment in the Industry. The order went out in the form of a letter from the . Executive to All its branches signed by the general Secretary. The British Catholic reaction was immediately a demand for a National ballot and it was made by the West Minster association of Catholic Trade unionists in the form of a circular to its own members and to the seven other diocesan associations of Catholic Trade unionists and three affiliated groups of Catholic workers in great Britain. The american protest made by or. Charles Rozmarek president of the polish american Congress says the decision was obviously in tended to Force the men to return to Poland regardless of their personal danger and regardless also of Bri Tain s economic and financial position and tremendous manpower shortage. Since Britain constantly seeks american Aid we request your intervention to protect polish workers who valiantly fought on the Allied Side throughout the War and who Are unable to return to their Homeland due to conditions in Poland imposed by Timber cheapest rates prompt delivery Wadlow limited Timber merchants port Adelaide Goan seamen visit scottish Grotto Over 50 Goan seamen from a ship berthed at Glasgow joined in a Pil Grimage to Carfin Grotto Motherwell last sunday. A group of them car ried the statue of our lady in the procession while others carried the relic of St. Theresa. With St. Therese ceremonies for trip Fum Golden Jubilee of fhe death of St. Therese the Little flower18971947, on oct. 3, 4, and 5. Carmelite monastery Glen Osmond. Friday october 3 7mass. 8his Grace the archbishop will say mass 10high mass and Sermon car Melite fathers. Choir of Stu dents from St. Francis Xavier s Seminary. Exposition of the blessed sacrament. 3rosary, Sermon carmelite fathers. Solemn Benediction. Veneration of the relic. Bless ing of roses. Choir of students from Convent of mercy Angas Street. Saturday october 4 7mass. 10high mass and Sermon Pas zionist fathers. Choir of pupils from St. Joseph a nor Wood. Exposition of the blessed sacrament. 3rosary, Sermon very Rev. For. Dunne ., Glenelg. Solemn Benediction. Veneration of the relic. Blessing of roses. Choir from St. Raphael a Parkside. Sunday october 5 7mass. Exposition of the blessed sacrament. 3rosary, Sermon Rev. For. Cum mins . Solemn Benedic Tion. Veneration of the relic. Blessing of roses. Choir from the Cathedral. A partial indulgence of seven years on each of these Days May be gained by the faithful if they assist with a contrite heart at any of the functions. A plenary indulgence May be gained if they assist on All three Days of the trip cum provided that they fulfil the usual conditions of confession holy communion and prayers for the intentions of the holy father. The nuns would be grateful for roses for the three Days also lilies for the decorations. Laubman pan Ltd. 62-62a Gawler place Adelaide wish to announce that or. Howard Durant certified optician will visit Kimba Institute fri., oct. 3, 11 7 . Iron Knob hotel sat., oct. 4 11 a. To 3 pin. Whyalla hotel Spencer mon., oct.9 an. To 7 . Tues., oct. 7,9 . Tip 7 . Wed., oct. 8, 9 . To 7 thurs., oct. 9, 9 . To7 . Or. R. F. Sims certified optician will visit Eulunda Mann s hotel tues., oct. 14, 11.30 . To 6 . Appointments with or. Mann. It. Mary hotel wed., oct. In 9.30 . To 11.30 . Morgan Presdee s hotel wed., oct. 16, 12.30 . To 8 . Appoint ments with or. Crew Dee. Loxton Institute thurs., oct. 16, 11 . To 8 . Fri., oct. 17, 9 . To 11.30 . Appointments with or. Gordon Corona cafe. Renmark . Hall fri., oct. 17, 2 . To 5.30 . Sat., oct. 18,9 . To 5.30 . Mon., oct. 20, 9 . To 5.30 . Appointments with Holden & co. Barbera or. Ross s Barbera phar Macy tues., oct. 21, 10 . To 5.30 . Appointments with or. Robs. Berri Institute wed., oct. 22, 9.30 . To 5.30 . Appointments Wither. Rowe news agent. Kingston on Murray mrs. Ellis . Thurs., oct. 23, 9.30 . To 11 . Wa1kerie hotel thurs., oct. 23, 2 . To 6 . Fri., oct. 24, 9 . To 6 . Appointments with or. Nor Man chemist. Or. G. W. Jacobs certified optician will visit Point pass hotel mon., oct. 20, 10.30 . To 12.30 . Robert town Institute mon., oct 20, 1 . To 5 . Riverton Central hotel tues., oct 21, 10 . To 2.30 . Saddleworth Morris s hotel tues., oct. 21, 3 . To 6 . Manora Burton hotel wed., oct. 22, 9.30 . To 1 . Auburn Institute wed., oct. 22, . To 5.80 . Kaunda Institute thurs., oct. 23, 10.30 . To 6 . Burra Institute fri., oct. 24, 9.30 . To 6.30 . Clare Institute sat., oct. 25, 10.30 . To 5 . Or. Don Whittenbury. Certified optician will visit tailed Bend Institute mon., oct. 20, 11 . To 6 . Bordertown Institute tues., oct. 21, 1 . To 5 . Naracoorte Liddy a hotel wed. Oct. 22, 9 . To 6.30 . A Lanyadoo Institute thurs., oct. 28. 10 . To 12 noon. Penola Royal Oak hotel thurs., oct 28, 2 . To 5.30 . It. Gambier Gifford s hotel Fri oct. 24, 9 . To 8_p.m. Tantan Oola hotel sat., oct 25, 10 . To 1 . Millicent grand hotel mon., oct 27, 10 . To 6 . Tues., oct. 28, 9 . To 12 noon. Beag port hotel tues., oct. 26. 3 . To 6 . Robe hotel wed., oct. 29, 11 . To 5 . Kingston Royal mall hotel thurs oct. 80. 10.80 . To 6.80 . Ment Gie hotel fri., oct. 81, 1 to 4

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