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Catholic Telegraph Register (Newspaper) - November 07, 1952, Cincinnati, OhioChildren of Beaurain vision 20 years later married All 5 of them our lady of the Golden heart Devotion approved by Rome Lowell special a november 29 will be the 20th anniversary of the appearance of the blessed Virgin to five children in Beaurain Belgium. From nov. 29, 1932, to Jan. 3, 1933, defender of polish youth Mary appeared to Fernande Gilberte and Albert Voisin Andree and Gilberte Deg timbre. The five Are now married. At least two cures at the Sanctuary dedicated to our lady of Beau apostles Creed is martyrs one reply to reds repeated questions death closes two year prison tragedy the Catholic Poland s youth today a never before need the assistance of their Patron St. Stanislaus Kostka 1550-1568. Born at Rost Covo in Poland the son of a senator St. Stanislaus was int in 1563 to Vienna to study at the Jesuit College there. Despite fierce opposition from his family he resolved to become a Jesuit himself. St. Peter Canisius sent him to Rome where he was received into the Jesuit novitiate by St Francis Borgia in october 1567. He died within a year aug. 15, 1568, but during that Brief period he had gained a reputation for holiness and courage in suffering. He was canonized in 1726. His intercession is needed today when the communists Are doing everything in their Power to indoctrinate polish youth and seduce them from their ancient Christian heritage. Picture adapted by Leo Canavan Art editor from print supplied by the Rev. Claude Klarkowski Chicago protestant scholar tells about revision of Bible Raing have been declared miraculous by Bishop Andre Marie Cha Rue of Namur. Marie Van Laer now sister Pru Deltia of the franciscan Sisters of the holy family was cured june 24, 1933, of a a incurable tubercular disease. A mrs. Acar was cured a month later of tumor of the womb. One of the Early conversions attributed to our lady of Beaurain was that of the editor of the belgian communist paper be Drapeau Rouge the red Flag the five children of Beaurain who saw the apparitions All average Beaurain youths testified unanimously in spite of thorough Cross examination about what they witnessed a she is a very Young lady per haps 18 or 20 years of age with a Beautiful smile. Her Long White pleated gown is unadorned except for an azure reflection cast obliquely from top to Bottom. Her hands Are usually folded and her eyes raised to heaven As in prayer. A Rosary hangs from her Arm. She unfolds her hands As she pre pares to leave and holds out her arms As to embrace us. Begin Ning with the apparition of dec. 29, her outstretched arms Dis closed a sparkling heart of Gold with dazzling rays on her breast. This Brilliant heart spotless and Clear was the immaculate heart of the Mother of Bishop theas of Lourdes declared that the Beaurain apparitions symbolizing distribution of graces Complete those at Lourdes symbolizing intercession. Devotion to our lady of Beaurain is promoted by the pro Maria committee Lowell mass. On feb. 2, 1943, Bishop charge of Namur by virtue of a decree of the holy office at the Vatican officially authorized the title and the Devotion of our lady of Beaurain. The site of the visions is in his diocese. May 16, 1943, in the presence of More than 20,000 persons he solemnly inaugurated the Devotion at pontifical mass. July 18, 1947, the Bishop received the papal Blessing for the Sanctuary of our lady of Beaurain the Virgin of the Golden heart. The Devotion is increasing. It Register name registered in the a a. Patent office member or audit Bureau of circulations Friday november 7, 19& Section two article by or. Luther a. Weigle Dean emeritus of the Yale divinity school and chairman of the Standard Bible committee on a the revised Standard version of the Bible a is carried in the current Catholic biblical quarterly. The periodical is published by the Catholic biblical association of America. Or. Weigle traces the history of the revised Standard version protestant and gives the reasons for its appearance. A it is he Points out a revision of the american Standard version published in 1901, which in turn was a revision of the King James version protestant published in 1911. As reasons for the new translation besides changes in English usage he says that a the King James version was based upon a defective text especially in the new the translators passed Over some of the Best and earliest manuscripts in favor of later but less reliable ones. Tie past 75 years moreover have been the age of discoveries in Bible lands. The revises in the 1870s a had most of the evidence we now have for the text of the scriptures. But they lacked the Rich resources which the discoveries of the past 75 years have afforded for understanding the vocabulary grammar and idioms of the biblical languages and for better acquaintance with the history culture and religion of Bible Why she broke with party Union City n. . Bella v. Dodd former member of the National committee of the communist party says that a contradictions Between what the communists preached and what they did made her abandon communism and return to the Catholic Church. Mrs. Dodd a new York lawyer writes of her disillusionment in an article entitled a i found Sanctuary a in the november Issue of the sign. Wanted to Aid other she said she volunteered for membership in the party a like Many Young people with a will to goodness and a Distant memory of she said she believed she was adopting a service to the brotherhood of Many As a life goal but she did not know a that the brotherhood of Man without the fatherhood of god was an empty a the communists plunged me into activity and at first i was Happy to be Busy because escaped the nothingness of my own life. But the activity grew in alarming proportions. With tactics endlessly changing until there was no principle except that of obedience to the service of a mythical a i remember sitting at party meetings for hours watching men play a cunning game for Power. I suffered each time we broke Faith with the people. I squirmed at the cynicism which was apparent everywhere and i was revolted by the lies and half truths which increasingly formed the basis of our Nowc wire Mau Mau terrorists try to break pen Tabernacle Nairobi Kenya Africa. A Mau Mau bands have invaded a Catholic school and burned holy pictures. They also attempted to break into a Tabernacle and desecrate the blessed sacrament in a continuation of terrorist activities sized at All a a european and Christian influences in this British Colony in East Africa. Catholics joining the society must take an oath of apostasy from christianity. They must throw away All objects of Catholic Devotion such As medals rosaries Prayerbook. The Mau Mau adherent must also deny Christ and follow a Leader called Jamo Ken Yatta who has been described As a Man without religion or morals. The Mau Mau movement originated in 1947. But Only this year did it assume dangerous proportions. At first it appeared to be just a political movement. Later it showed itself anti Christian As Well. At first it took Only volunteers. Now its leaders Are attempting to Force All africans to join. Mau Mau has set up its own terror squad to kill those who obstruct its purpose. In imposing an excommunication against the Mau Mau Bishop John j. Mccarthy c.s.s.p., vicar apostolic of Zanzibar in a pastoral read in Catholic churches throughout the vicariate said that the Mau Mau movement Aims at a the Complete overthrow and denial of All religion.�?�. Missionaries throughout the area have organised Days of reparation and return. These Are aimed at promoting Public penance in reparation for Mau Mau. Crimes against churches and the eucharist and at inducing those catholics who joined the movement to return to the Church. Nowc radio and wire 490,495 Rosary pledges new to say a daily family Rosary have been signed by 490,495 catholics in this archdiocese. The pledges were obtained by volunteers in a House to House canvass following the new York archdiocesan family Rosary crusade conducted by the Rev. Patrick Peyton . The figures represented returns from Only half the 380 parishes of the archdiocese. Line of Battle Korea mass by father o Connor with the seventh infantry division in men Knelt for mass in a cleared space just below the Crest of a Hill in the main line of resistance mar. Father it Dan Rooney member of the fathers of Charity Peoria 111., sat on a Rock hearing confessions during a mass offered by father Patrick o Connor s.s.c., Nowc correspondent. Fifteen men received holy communion under the Stormy sky with the rugged ridges across the Valley As background. As the mass ended the Valley rocked with artillery fire and a couple of shells whistled overhead. They were outgoing from an american Battery somewhere communists held nearby Hills some of them higher. The mass was offered on a weekday afternoon for this company in the line. Father Rooney says his sunday masses at regimental and battalion command posts. A the had already skid mass for one outfit that Friday morning a relates father o Connor. A for Days he had stayed at a Forward Aid station leaving it Only to visit another company then having a rough on their Way the priests drove past a sign bearing a red Skull and crossbones and the words a beyond this Point the reds control As they came closer to the front line a shot echoed along the Valley. The Driver raced their jeep toward shelter. The sniper had hit a Man in a jeep ahead of them. A your coming Means a lot to the men a the company commander capt Joseph h. Hoffman of Rae Ford. N. Car., told father Rooney. The company had been on the Hill 10 Days and had suffered some casualties from sniper fire. Three Days later the company had to attack a communist held Hill beyond the line. Nowc radio and wire second Martyr of society death of Bishop Byrne came from Iii treatment by reds Maryknoll says Maryknoll n. Patrick j. Byrne ., apostolic Delegate to Korea who was of Fici Auy declared dead by the Vatican was forced by his red captors to sleep on Bate floors and was fed Only Barley and food scraps according to father John Ryu a korean priest who was imprisoned with him. A native of Washington d.c., the 65-year-old Maryknoll Bishop chose to remain at his Post to protect the other priests and Sisters saying a if the Shepherd flees the sheep will easily be he was last seen alive in the summer of 1950. Shortly before he waa put on a train and taken North by the reds they warned him a do As we say or we will kill his Secretary the Rey. William Booth ., accompanied him. The younger priest s name appeared on a list of prisoners supplied by North koreans to United nations officials in truce talks last january but Bishop Byrne s name was not on the list and repeated demands for information about him have elicited no reply from the reds. Bishop Byrne is the second Maryknoll Bishop to die in the hands of the communists. The announcement of his death follows by two months that of Bishop Francis x. Ford who died in a red prison Hospital in Canton last february. Chinese communists however did not release the information until Early this september. Born in the nation s capital oct. 26. 1888, Bishop Byrne attended St. Charles and St. Mary a Baltimore. On june 23, 1915, he was ordained to the Priesthood for the Baltimore archdiocese. The following week he received permission to enter the Catholic foreign Mission society of America Maryknoll the first ordained priest to join the society which had been founded Only four years earlier. After serving As Superior of the Maryknoll Junior Seminary at turn to Page 2 a column 5 by Rev. Albert r. O Hara so. Hong two year martyrdom came to a Climax when father Matthew us died while reciting the apostles Creed by which he had lived and for which he suffered. For two years father sums Only answer to brutal communist questioners was to recite this Creed. His captors had tried to Wear him Down by harsh treatment frequent questionings making him walk in chains and forcing him to do hard labor under a Braini Sun. Priest 30, a m _ no the Young chinese Prii of the diocese of Wuhu in Nanhwei province died about a month ago and was buried outside the City in an unmarked grave according to secret word from prison employees. It is thought that the communists sought to prevent a popular resurgence of religious Fervour like that in Shanghai at the death of the Rev. Beda Chang s.j., who likewise died in prison. A father us made his studies under the Spanish jesuits in. Wuhu and was ordained there in 1949. He was stationed As an assistant in Nanchang near Wuhu when the communists jailed him because of his unbending stand against the schismatic a Independent his fellow missionaries and parishioners remember him As an energetic and fervent priest. Insults broadcast Hong five Days As he trudged Here on his Way from exile from Lihui Chekian province the Rev. Alexander macintosh a Scarboro foreign missionary of Canada was forced to listen to loudspeakers braying Forth his a crimes for All to hear. Charged with being a a foreign imperialist who had come to despoil China culturally and financially father Mcintosh a native of St. Andrews. Nova Scotia found no looks of listening in the astonishing Story of reborn Israel the founding of the new state of Israel has brought enormous problems not Only there but to the world at Large and has also shown what a comparatively Small group of people can achieve. The Arab refugees of Palestine As a result of the israelis moving in have raised one of the major problems of our times. Arabs have been dispossessed of their property and there seems to be no intention to indemnify them. Life in an interview with the grand Mufti told two weeks ago How serious the Arab problem is. Despite the unsavoury reputation of this individual As a political intrigue one cannot evade his statement a when Germany occupied France she did not infringe on Brothers build Hospital Edmonton Alberta 100-bed Hospital has been constructed at fort Smith in the North West territories by Brothers of the oblate of Mary immaculate. The Brothers did All the labor themselves. They Drew up the blueprints felled the lumber and used five tons of paint in completing the building which has Over 35,000 Square feet of floor space. 350,000 confessions Coblenz total of 350,000 confessions has been heard by father Felix Paal s.j., during the past 25 years Here. This corresponds to an average of 14,000 confessions a year and 270 a week. Guild of Veronica forms for girls who la be nuns Richard j. Cushing has established a Guild of Veronica with membership open to girls of High school age who aspire to be nuns. He announced it at a meeting of 3,000 girl scout in the final major Observance Here of National Catholic youth week in the Cathedral of the holy Cross. He said the new organization will parallel the Guild of St. Botolph an organization of boys aiming for the Priesthood. He selected the name of Veronica because it was she who wiped the face of Jesus while he was carrying the Croas. Private property. Now the allies occupy Germany and they respect this right. Yet today in Palestine the situation is different. Refugees live on the Border where they can see their land being tilled and their houses occupied by foreigners while they fact a fifth Winter the israelis seem to think they Are entitled to the land because it was the god Given Home of their forefathers. The fact that these forefathers were driven ont Many centuries ago would not seem however to leave a moral claim to their descendants to the territory by reason of prescriptive rights after such a Long Span of time. Even though a conquering people took Over a land unjustly like the scotch Irish in Northern Ireland they have proprietary rights universally recognized by the nations after a Long spread of years for boy a Pope my Roland Brassard above of Springfield mass., took the part of the Pope in a pageant staged at a Mission exhibit marking the Silver Jubilee of the Springfield diocesan society for the propagation of the Faith. Five Hundred boys and girls in the vesture of religious communities and 500 priests Brothers and Sisters marched into the Arena for the pageant. The week Long Mission exhibit Drew 170,000 Pera Oua. Over a considerable period the rights of descendants of the original inhabitants must give Way to the common Good. Modern americans certainly do not have to Tarn their lands Back to the indians. On the other hand the sacrifices of jews Over the world especially in the United states have been extraordinary for the restoration of Israel. They faced the necessity of getting a place where their persecuted people could find a Normal living after years of horrible suffering under nazis and other fanatics. There was no Welcome for them anywhere. The religious claim of die israelis to the land would be questioned by most christians. It is the land Long ago promised to them by god and he actually gave it to them. It had to be conquered from other people but these people were living under a most debased form of paganism Taiyi god injured no rights in depriving them As punishment. As the possessor of his own creation he certainly had the right to give the land to the jews. They lost it however through unfaithfulness to him particularly because of the treatment they gave to Jesus Christ and in their expulsion they lost All religions claim to it the loss however waa not to a permanent. A re gathering of the jews and their ultimate conversion to christianity Are foretold in both the old and the new testament. Maybe we Are witnessing phases of this. So far however not Many More than an eighth of All living jews Are gathered in Israel. As we recently published there Are 11,672,000 jews in the world today according to their own figures and of these 5,000,000 live in the United states 2,000,000 in the user and 1,450,000 in Israel. The jews Are scattered through 97 nations and in both the u. And Russia there Are still More of them than in their own state. American jews have Given enormously toward the new state which has needed extraordinary help because Palestine was not a Well developed country and the refugees who crowded into it were bitterly poor. In the first nine and a half months of 1952, american jews raised 164.200,000 for Israel turn to Pago 2 a cold 5 Bishop Patrick j. Byrna No positive proof says congregation in Vatican Vatican is no positive proof of the death of Bishop Patrick j. Byrne apostolic Delegate to Korea. But the sum total of evidence clues and reports makes it reasonably certain that he is dead. This statement was made Here by a spokesman of the sacred congregation for the propagation of the Faith. He clarified an earlier declaration by the congregation that the Bishop must be presume dead. The declaration was released at the Maryknoll Headquarters in the United states of which Bishop Byrne is a member. It stated a this sacred congregation on the basis of information received regretfully declares that it must be presumed that his excellency the most Rev. Patrick j. Byrne of the Maryknoll fathers apostolic Delegate in Seoul died a victim of the War now in Progress in the declaration was signed by Cardinal Fumasoni big Nodi prefect of the congregation and archbishop Celso Costantini Secretary. Sympathy or understanding from the people along the Way. There have been no religious services of any kind in the Lihui diocese since just before Christ Mas 1950, the priest reported. A revealed that Bishop Kenneth Turner of that see also a Scarboro missionary is under House arrest and another Canadian missionary. Father Louis Venadam has been in prison since july. The Bishop and the priests Are not allowed to Contact either chinese clergy or people. The two Scarboro missionaries still under House arrest Are fathers Craigl Strong and Gerard Mcnemar. Two chinese priests of the Drocea a Are also in jail. Four others Ara free but Are under constant surveillance. At the same time three belgian immaculate heart of Mary priests reached Here with the Story of having been kept in heavy chains for months. The three Are fathers Albert Suesens John Kerkhoff and Joseph Lin mans of the Sui Yuan archdiocese. This Northern archdiocese once had 70 . Missionaries now 30 have been expelled. Two Spanish priests fax Quot thers Francis Mola and Joseph Urresti also have arrived Hern after being exiled. Nowc Radie and wire u. S., Public school close doors to indians padre teaches classes himself St. Charles s. father Ralph e. Villwock of Herrick s. Dak., has come to the Rescue of Indian children left school less when the Bureau of Indian affairs closed its Day school and when White parents allegedly using a epithets a turned the Indian children away from the St. Charles Public school. Father Villwock borrowed books and desks from notre Dame Academy Mitchell s. Dak., and opened a one room school with himself As teacher at the site of the Xavier Mission. He was spurred to action when he saw six of the Indian tots try to enrol in the St Charles school. A the Little Indian children were dressed in their new clothes and proudly clutched their new tablets and pencils. When they sensed they would not be allowed to go into school they began eighteen children came to father Villwock s school the first Day and 19 the second. Dick Kobak Republic news service director reported that although some St. Charles citizens had charged the indians were a unkempt and diseased a a not one of the 19 shows any sign of either. The youngsters hair was combed and several of the girls wore theirs braided with ribbons on it father Villwock whose Only experience had been in College teaching said that the Indian school was his most satisfying teaching experience. Half the children Are not catholics. The school is not intended to relieve the St Charles school Board of any responsibility according to father Villwock but is meant to educate the youngsters until something permanent can be worked out the St Charles school Board said it was not equipped to handle the additional pupils. The barring of the children from the school has been turned Over to the . District attorney As a civil rights Case it was a ported. Firing Len Magazian a for soldiers in Koron it col Joseph s. Chmielewski describes How priests in the front lines of Korea edit a monthly Magazine As a religious and educational Aid for soldiers under fire. God e f. 0. Forward observer is a monthly briefing a for fighting men by fighting the first Issue 16 pages was published in october. Some of the articles Are a sex and the Catholic a a a soldiers St Louis of Frances it an awful word a a get Zero Len a and a Sermon for Tolfe Magazine is cited As an outstanding example of the a Superb jobs the chaplains Ara doing. Mar Ivanyos recovers Trivandrum mar Ivanyos who was critically ill some weeks ago has recovered. The famous convert Indian prelate blessed the Cornerstone for a new Cathedral Here. It will be situated on a Hill commanding a full View of the City. He has made More converts than any other living Man and Heads the Syro Mala Karese rite. Other nations have solved problem of school support Nuncio tells . Fargo n. special a Ireland Holland Luxembourg and Scotland Are exemplars of Justice toward parents who exercise their god Given right of determining their children s education. These four nations Grant Public funds to All schools equally. The lands Are cited by archbishop Aloisius j. Muench apostolic Nuncio to Germany and Bishop of Fargo writing _ from Germany to the Catholic action news Here. Catholics and protestants in the ., he declares who have schools of their own Are in effect penalized for exercising their right to give their children an education that tax supported schools do not furnish. Catholic Ireland a Planin Ireland on the other hand the Law provides that wherever there a re As few As 10 protestant children the authorities must provide a protestant Tutor for them if the nearest Public school is too far away. The same system prevails in Holland where for 98 years catholics fought to put an end to inequalities in education that Laid a heavy Burden upon them. Now observers consider that Holland has the fairest school system on the european continent. Luxembourg with a population of 300,000, gives the non Catholic minority of 30,000 school funds on a basis of Equality with catholics. Scotland has three main types of Public schools presbyterian Catholic and Episcopalian. All receive tax Money for their schools on an equal footing. America says archbishop Muench might find a solution in the method followed recently by France. In a grave governmental crisis last year that nation solved the problem by providing financial Grants not to private schools or pupils nor even to parents As individuals but to associations of parents. A this method recalls the one in Vogue in our country until the Middle of the past Century Quot he says. A in the first five decades of our Republic tax Money was Given to school societies that maintained private schools. For the most part these were protestant. No cry of separation of Church and stats was raised. A if such school societies were again organized parental associations after the pattern of francs a four types of government supported schools could be formed protestant Catholic jewish and the practical difficulties could be surmounted by american ingenuity. Both earned their living two Sisters born Blind enter Wheeling Convent Wheeling years of prayer two Sisters misses Josephine and Sadie Atencio of Ozone Park n.y., have achieved their ambition to become nuns but because they were born Blind they will never see to e Convent of our lady of the Refuge Here where they were welcomed on the feast of All saints. Both have been daily communicants for years at the Church of our lady of perpetual help at Ozone Park and both attended the local parochial school. On graduation from High school Josephine continued her higher studies being graduated with honors from Brooklyn College and Sadie became an employee of the Industrial division of the Lighthouse for the Blind. Because of her Happy disposition she was one of the Best liked workers in the Plant and her departure for the Convent brought Many testimonials of appreciation and regret. Upon graduation from Brooklyn College Josephine became a Secre tary at the Dictaphone Corpora Tion s office in new York City to which she travelled each Day on the subway accompanied by her a seeing Eye dog an article is being published in the company s House Organ telling of the personal sense of loss Felt by the employees Over her departure. The company has also showered expensive gifts on her to show Iti appreciation of her ability. Active Ley workers. Both Sisters have been Active members of the Catholic career conferences for vocational guidance and Josephine was Secretary of a praesidium of the legion of Mary operating under the career conferences program directed by the Rev. Andrew Ansbro . In nine years of existence it has helped More than 300 Young men and Young women to find their place in religion

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