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Catholic Telegraph Register (Newspaper) - October 23, 1953, Cincinnati, OhioPage eight the Catholic Telegraph Register Friday october 23, 1953 late news briefs says study psychology Cleveland religious teachers should he released for the study of psychology said monsignor Leo j. Byrnes superintendent of Catholic schools in the Mobile diocese. He spoke before 2,000 teachers at the Cleveland diocesan educational Institute. A Pimes for a change Detroit. A pime a it rhymes with time Quot the editors explain will appear in january As the monthly Magazine of the its. Peter and Paul missionaries. It will contain news pictures and features mostly on the missions with 500 missionaries throughout the world acting As photographers and correspondents. The name pime a is derived from p.i.m.e., the official initials of the its. Peter and Paul missionaries. A cold blooded murder Amman Jordan. A forty two bodies identified in the Arab Village of Qibla including those of 38 women and children gave horrible testimony of an israeli a Sheu grenade machine gun Quot assault on Libya Shiurba. And Budrus three All moslem Israel Jordan Border towns. No catholics were affected by the House to House killing and demolition termed by in observer s As a cold blooded Murde the raid May have killed 56 and wounded 15. / Arab demands in act new resolutions regarding the internationalization of Jerusalem and the right of Arab refugees to return to their Homeland should be implemented immediately said Abdel Khalek Hassouna the Arab leagues Secretary general. Assuring newsmen that the Arab league still insists on the internationalization of Jerusalem Hassouna noted a the partition plan of Palestine is the work of the United nations. The least the in can do is to respect the resolutions which that body took pains to reaches non catholics Montreal. A Rene Finkelstein president of the French Catholic press committee told members of the Richelieu Montreal club Here that the Catholic press of France has made notable strides in reach iry the non Catholic people who form about 35 per cent of the French population. At labor conference Buffalo n. Y. A Martin p. Durkin who recently resigned As Secretary of labor will be the principal speaker oct. 26 at a banquet in the hotel Statler in Honor of monsignor John p. Boland founder of the diocesan labor College. The banquet will open a three Day session of the Catholic conference on Industrial problems. Latin patriarch Dies Rome. A archbishop Roberto i cent Ini patriarch of Antioch and vicar of the Vatican Basilica died in Vatican City at 75. Benedict Xiv sent him in diplomatic missions to the Netherlands and later he was apostolic Nuncio to Colombia. The latin patriarch of Antioch holds a title that goes Back to crusade Days. Latin patriarch Tes were then set up in constantinople Alexandria Antioch and Jerusalem but the latter is the Only one that is today a residential latin Rita see laymen a convention Atlanta 6a.�?the 38th annual convention of the Catholic laymen a association of Georgia will be held Here oct. 25, the feast of Christ the King. Auxiliary Bishop Francis e. Hyland will be Host and will take part in the proceedings which Are expected to attract hundreds from All parts of Georgia. Guest speaker will be or. James m. Of Neilly educator and author of catholicism and american Freedom. Cardinals brother Ottawa. A Jules Leger 40, brother of Cardinal Paul Emile Leger of Montreal has been named Canadian ambassador to Mexico. Educated at the University of Montreal and the University of Paris Leger served on the editorial staff of be Droit French language daily of Ottawa 1938 to 1940. He has served on the Canadian diplomatic staffs in Chile and London. To study . Schools Washington. A father Bruno Rychowski s.d.b., University of Santiago Chile has been invited by the u. S. State department to this country for a study of educational institutions. The priest will visit the principal centers of experimental psychology and educational vocational and professional guidance. A a Rosary poster drive Passaic n. urging the daily recitation of the Rosary for Marian year have been prepared Here for distribution. The White Blue and red posters printed by our lady a press Art Are a offered to individuals and societies for distribution to stores Public bulletin boards busses Etc. The 9xl2-Inch posters urge sunday mass attendance and daily Rosary. 70,000 on pilgrimage Lourdes France a seventy thousand pilgrims and 1,230 Stretcher cases took part in the annual Rosary pilgrimage to the famed Lourdes shrine. Groups of pilgrims from Belgium Switzerland Holland and Spain joined those from ail parts of France and North Africa. Dean or 25 years Milwaukee j. L. Of Sullivan of the Marquette University College of journalism will Mark his 25th Jubilee As Dean and his 30th year As a Marquette professor nov. 7. His brother father t. J. Of Sullivan of Wichita kans., will offer the Jubilee mar chaplains decorated Washington. A three army chaplains All first lieutenants have been awarded the Bronze Star the department of the army announced. They Are fathers John Charles Brady of san Francisco Jame f. Madden of Philadelphia and John j. Of Neill of Kansas City to. India Bishops anxious Indian Hierarchy has expressed a the gravest anxiety Over government hostility to foreign missionaries. The relates said their position has n recognized in a a cordial manner by the government but they Are a disappointed that the desired Relief has not been secured. Named to second term Donald a. Mcgowan has accepted an invitation to serve a second four year term on the Federal Hospital Council from mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby Secretary of health education and welfare. Monsignor Mcgowan director of the Nowc Bureau of health and hospitals was credited with a unusual competence Quot by mrs. Hobby. Bishops resist reds London. A Poland a Bishops Are reported j to be resisting government demands for a new Church state agreement. One account from Warsaw quoted Bishop Michal Klepacz who was named by the government to succeed the banished primate Cardinal Wyszynski As chairman of the Episcopacy As saying that he had been unable to persuade the Bishops of the need for a meeting. Worried by Luther film Munich s Catholic Bishops expressed concern at their annual conference that the american movie Martin Luther might a trip Oen old wounds and disturb the Good relationship Between the confess sion8&Quot if shown in Germany. In adopting a Resolution the conference noted that american Catholic reviewers described scenes As a hurtful to the feelings of reds about face London. A polish communists have demonstrated their duplicity by bestowing decorations on 14 nuns for devoted social service less than three weeks after arresting Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski. Ironically the nuns no operate kindergartens and institutions for the care of persons incurably ill Are being kept in their jobs by the reds Only until they can be replaced by others. The Sisters belong to several religious communities. 36,000,000 protest United nations n. Y. A the a iniquitous treatment accorded Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski of Poland has been protested to mme. Pandit president of the United nations Assembly by the world Union of Catholic women a organizations representing 36,000,000 Catholic women. Dag Hammarskjold in Secretary general has been asked by the International committee of Catholic nurses and medical social workers to obtain the cardinals release from the reds j j j Quot a. Quot a italian american award Boston j. Muccio former ambassador to Korea was cited As the a outstanding italian american of the year at a Columbus Day dinner Here. He was awarded the Gold medal of the italian american charitable society at its annual award dinner. Named Chancellor Manchester . A Bishop Matthew f. Brady has named the Rev. Thomas s. Hansberry 38, Chancellor of the Manchester diocese. He succeeds monsignor Michael j. Hurley who recently died. Father Hansberry returned from Washington d.c., where he had been serving since january 1949, As Field representative for the National enter of the confraternity of Christian doctrine. His duties with the cd took him to All parts of the . And Canada. Arctic Christmas party fort Richardson children of the Arctic will be Given their annual Christmas party by Sod lists Here who Are holding their drive for toys Candy and other gifts for the children. Last year the Sod lists also purchased gifts for the missionary Sisters who work in these Arctic missions. Warm clothing especially for boys and medicines Are urgently needed. All donations of any kind will be forwarded if sent to mrs. Lee Fenton co . Fenton 333rd or co. Apo 949, co pm Seattle Wash. Bishop frees 2 boys Bogota Colombia. A Bisho Luis Concha of Manizales tool action to free two boys who had been taken from their protestant Mother and housed in a Catholic orphanage since the past july. Protestant criticism had greatly clouded the Case. Nuns leave for India Washington. La sister Carmen the former Patricia Davy of los Angeles and sister Francis Bernard the former Alice of Connor of Detroit sailed oct 16 for missionary work in the Dacca diocese in India. The two Sisters of the holy Cross were accompanied by Mother m. Rose Elizabeth Superior general of the congregation. To Rosary programs new Orleans. A Rosary programs on television similar to current radio a Rosary programs can be expected in the near future a. J. Cummings 4101 state Street drive founder of the National radio a Rosary organization disclosed. Thi year is the seventh anniversary of a Rosary on the air programs Cummings noted voc Montc Nide by the notre Dame Taber a Calll Lolly Nacle society of Hamilton Are being blessed by father Desiderius Frey o.f.m., chaplain of the society. The server is Anthony Lake who has been serving at the Convent for nearly 10 years. The vestments Are sent to Home and foreign Swegert studios photo 4 Convent group sews weekly society will Aid eighty missions More than 80 missions in Korea Japan puerto Rico and the . Will receive Complete sets of mass vestments and other devotional apparel and articles in the next few weeks from the Tabernacle society of notre Dame Convent Hamilton mrs. William Stuhlmueller president has prexy of Boston College will be feted at Xavier the very Rev. Joseph r. N. Maxwell s.j., president of Boston College will be West of Honor at a reception this saturday afternoon oct. 24, in the Fine arts room of Albers Hall on the Xavier University Campus. Sponsoring the reception will be the Boston College club of greater Cincinnati of which Edgar s. Edelmann of St. Williams Parish is president. The club also has arranged for a motorcade to meet the Boston College football squad at the Cincinnati Airport and escort it to the Netherland Plaza hotel Burn dressings Are prepared at holy family if an atomic bomb should fall near the holy family school in Cincinnati enough Burn dressings will be available at the school for immediate use according to mrs. George Sunder Hauf chairman of the holy family Bur i dressing project a a mrs. Richard Reuss president of the holy family Pat. Mrs. Larry Lampe past president of the holy family Pat. Said the project was started last year by members of the modality group and Pat and was com Kleter recently. I in All 300 Irge Burn dressings 300 Small Burn dressings and 600 bandages were made by the volunteers for the 600 students at the Burn dressing project is a preparedness measure under the civil defense organization and is administered and supervised by the Cincinnati and Hamilton county red Cross chapter. Pat groups throughout the county Are participating in the project so Burn dressings will be available for the 600 students at the school. The Burn dressing project is a preparedness measure under the civil defense organization and is administered and supervised by the Cincinnati and Hamilton county red Cross chapter. Pat groups throughout the county Are participating ii the project so Burn dressings will be available for every school child. Church and Community groups Are now being organized to make Burn dressings for every preschool child and adult in Cincinnati and h a m i 11 on county. Earlier saturday afternoon. The elder High school band will accompany the motorcade and play at the Airport. J the band also will fortify Boston colleges cheering Section when the new englander meet Xavier sunday afternoon. More pay More prayer Magazine Survey shows St. Paul in higher income brackets Pray More than those in the lower brackets the Catholic digest announces after a nation wide poll on religion the Survey showed that 94 per cent of those in the higher income brackets Pray to god 93 per cent in the Middle income and Only 91 per the lower ranges Pray. Only eight per cent admitted that they never say prayers to god. Ninety nine per cent of catholics Pray and almost half of them say morning prayers. Italy Cabinet officer sees no persecution minister am Indore Fanfani told the House of deputies that a no one should speak even rhetorically about religious persecution in Italy be cause Therp never has been any in this country nor will there be it. The future. He also told the lower chamber that immediate Steps will be taken to formulate an agreement called for by the 1948 Constitution regulating the relationship Between the state and non Catholic sects. For nearly a year members of the organization which now has More than 500 people have been sewing weekly at the Convent and in their Homes preparing the sets of vestments which include amines Albs tinctures stoles and Chasuble. Moire Satin and taffeta Are purchased in Quantity lots by the organization and occasion ally wedding dresses Are donated. The wedding dress of mrs. Frank Schuck for example was used to make a set of vestments for her Nephew father Stephan Tutas s.m., newly ordained priest now stationed in Fribourg Switzerland. He jew Wear the vestments at his first mass in St. Josephus Church Hamilton Early a next year. To increase production since so Many missions Are in need the women have developed an efficient Assembly line. Several of them Cut others sew and a third Crew put on the banding. Shut in members of the organization and others do the Fine needlework and artwork at Home. In addition to preparing 84 sets of vestments the altar society this year made copes Benediction veils surplice for priests and servers altar cloth i barium covers and 784 sea altar linens. These Are being sent to Home missions in Ohio Arkansas Alabama Arizona Texas Illinois new Mexico North Dakota Vir finia Colorado Michigan and Outh Dakota. In addition to sending vestments to of r e i g n missions in puerto Rico and Japan the organization has completely outfitted the Catholic Cathedral of Seoul Korea which was stripped by the communists. Approved by the late archbishop to. Mcnicholas in january 1941, the Hamilton Tabernacle society of notre Dame Convent is canonically affiliated with the Arch association of Rome. A couple in Cincinnati write Book on lives of saints a Book on the lives of child saints written by a Cincinnati couple or. And mrs. John travers Moore will be published this fall by the grail press. It is the second Book the Moores have published and is the second Book announced this fall to have been written by a Xavier University faculty member. Mrs. Moore is assistant librarian at Xavier. Earlier this month Joseph f. Wagner inc., of Cincinnati published is retching the family income by or. And mrs. Robert f. Cissell or. Cissell is assistant professor of mathematics at Xavier. The Mooresr first Book sing along sary published in 1951 by Harcourt Brace and company has sold More than 10,000 copies. In their latest Book which is called Little saints the Moores have written the first full scale Book devoted entirely to child saints for children. The Book is aimed at the 8-10 face level but the authors have indicated that parents May read it for those children who Are not enough to read themselves. Authors of numerous articles foil children a publications the Moores Are also at work on a third Book which they expect to have ready for the publisher very soon. Monsignor Oil Ligan tells Csc i commies Shock treatment awakens All to real crisis secularism is modern society so schizophrenia a and communism a a kind of Shock treatment a to awaken people to the current religious crisis. Monsignor Martin t. Gilligan pastor of our lady of Loretto Church and Veteran of the papal diplomatic service in the far East used these terms in an address sunday to the Cincinnati senior conference of the Catholic students Mission crusade. Monsignor Gilligan who is court upholds police in contraceptive War Toledo sixth District court of appeals denied a request Defeated in the court of common pleas to halt police temporarily from removing contraceptive vending machines from taverns. The dispute started when the safety director acted on a charge printed in the Catholic chronicle. A permanent injunction Appeal is probable. The appeals court judge answering a plaintiffs argument that a no High moral Issue is involved Here a said that Sale of contraceptives a Only to prevent disease would be of its very nature for use in illicit sexual relation. Moderator of the conference addressed the local crusaders at Mcnicholas High school. A communism is Only a passing phase Quot he told them a of the psychosis which divorces men from j a your Bishops have Given us a word for this psychosis Quot he went on a and have called it secularism the exclusion of god from human thinking and living. A the Bishops however have been the first to urge us All positively to live our fait in god to the Hilt fully and fearlessly in All the activities of life individual and social National and describing communism As the a Shock treatment for secularism monsignor Gilligan declared a the news stories from Horea China and that whole land mass of terror and darkness from the South China seas to East Berlin do Jar us into Long overdue soul searching. We Are beginning to realize that there is something very radically wrong with our turning to the symptoms of the world s disease he continued a let us be honest with ourselves an Ltd admit that our society and is Darlings such As Kinsey Russell Dewey Freud a and Marx have succumbed to an intellectual psychosis which dissociates Man from god and relegates religion to a one column department in the Back pages. A no wonder that our world is disintegrating. Not All but the most vocal of our thinkers scientist and publicists have buried the soul of Man and exalted his he cited the a painful example afforded by newspaper coverage of the recent Kinsey report editor and publisher the Trade journal of our efficient views Industry reports that Only 25 per cent of our mechanically magnificent press ignored this sensational and harmful material while the remainder had a journalistic Field Day Quot he said. 1 monsignor Gilligan reminded the crusader that a we have it our Faith and in our undying Church a Challenge for the a it is not this weary world which1 poses a Challenge for us a he said a but it is the heroic Church in China Korea and All the Iron curtain countries the Church of persecution and the Battlefront which challenges men of Good will everywhere a and never forget that the Church is in the Battle not As a Mere auxiliary for morale or for education and information a but As the Leader that affirms in season and out of season that Man and hit world belong to the lord god said. By Rev. Euf a h. Maly Al and when Moses had stretched Forth his hand Over the sea the lord took it away by a Strong and burning wind blowing All the night and turned it into dry ground and the water was divided. And the children of Israel went in through the midst of the sea dried up a a. Sex. Xiv 21-22 the modern Pilgrim trying to retrace the Steps of the hebrew people of the exodus would indeed have a hard time of it. The territory stretching East of the Suez canal is desolate and Bleak and roads Are practically nonexistent. Mote Over the exact route taken by the liberated people is Little More than a conjecture on on the part of scholars. But one thing is certain. The hebrews under Moses took a Southeastern course Down into the Peninsula of Sinai. True there was a much Shorter Road to Canaan the land of Promise. This Road led along the Mediterranean sea and would have brought the israelite into the land they sought after a journey of not More than 150 miles.1 but Moses knew his people Well. He knew they would not be prepared to undertake the invasion of a land so soon after their delivery. Years of slavery do hot equip a nation for Battle. He knew that time would be needed to organize them into a unit into a group that would live and think and fight As one. And he knew too that the More i direct route was a heavily travelled one and consequently better guarded. No the longer More difficult route was the safer one. But there was one other Assurance that Moses had that made him confident. And that was the certainty that one greater than he was with him. And not god already Given evidence of his concern for these people surely he would not forsake them now7 it was during the Early stages of that Long journey that gods Providence was again manifested or the pharaoh had changed his mind about the slaves he had freed. The Shock of the plagues had worn off. And the need for cheap labor forced him to think with regret of the Many hebrews now lost to him. But he thought were they really lost perhaps he could still Cut off their Cape. And immediately h dered a contingent of so to set off in Pursuit. It was at the red see that the egyptian Force caught sight of the great body of hebrew people. It would be an easy task now to round them up Lik x Herd of cattle and drive them Back to the land of the pharaoh. But those soldiers reckoned without god. And the inspired history tells us How that god delivered his people from the designs of these men. The site of the crossing of the red sea is not known with certainty. The features of the land have changed Over the centuries and it is not now possible to identify All the places mentioned Iii the Bible. But the hebrews had Likely travelled 50 Miles when they came to a shallow Arm of the red sex that has since dried up. A heavy Eastern wind could in Short time push the Waters Back sufficiently for a crossing to be made. And it or. King will discuss idea of a University Cardinal Newman so idea of a University will be the subject of a lecture by or. Donald b. King professor of classics and English at it. St. Josephus College at the fourth session of the 1953 literature that lives series in Hamilton on tuesday oct. 27� at 8 . Sponsored jointly by the fourth degree knights of Columbus and the Hamilton Circle or. D. B. King of International federation of Catholic alumnae the lecture discussions Are held in mercy Hospital nurses auditorium 225 n. Second Street a native of Bristol conn., or. King received his . From Dartmouth College in 1935 and his . From Princeton University in 1940, and was a member of the society of Fellows at Harvard University from 1939 to 1941. Before coming to it. St. Joseph or. King taught at Dartmouth College Penn state and Beloit College in addition to serving As a commissioned officer in the naval air corps three Marquette Homecoming Jef Arquette a football team will try to break a two year hex saturday afternoon when the Hill toppers move Back into their Home grounds for the 1953 Homecoming game with a powerful College of the Pacific eleven. Central Fairmont building a loan co. 1944 Barrio am a. 1999 Cheviot Branch 1121 Harria 4�a to. 9287 years in world War ii. While on the Beloit faculty he served As president of the latin teachers of Wisconsin. Three articles by or. King a who is a Catholic a a what do they teach Quot and a men of Good will Quot have appeared in 1953 issues of ave Maria. Another article a hatred of the human race Quot was published by America in 1952 or. King is the father of five children. Charles Koch also of the faculty of it. St Joseph will act As Moderator for the discussion following the lecture. Single admissions will be available at the door for $1. Real estate Horne a investments personal service e. W. Fey amp co. Us Hosea am in 1791 Cincinnati 29. Of j. H. Berling Dairy products co. 3726 Lonsdale Are. Bramble 2074 Mcdivittt mens shop Complete selection menus furnishings Peebles Corner to 5017 was quite natural for a Western wind to follow shortly after and cause the Waters to resume their natural course. So were the israelite Able to Cross Over on dry land. And so too were the pharaohs soldiers caught in the onrushing Waters. But is the Miracle recorded in the Bible thereby a explained away a not at All i rather we see More clearly How almighty a Ough the natural forces that he a a a Rwjr a we god works out his plans Tiroui created and that he wills to use How and when he sees fit. Not the divine omnipotence is not denied. 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