Clipped From The Sandusky Register
a a Catholic Men's Club Hears Talk By Joseph Breig ?If you can get a state governor! to realize that he Is an associate father for every dad in the state, how could he be anything but a good governor," Joseph A. Brieg. assistant managing editor oi the Catholic Universe-Bulletin, Cleveland, stated in addressing the monthly meeting of the Catholic Men's Dinner Club Thursday nigat in the Knights of Columbus home. The speaxer pointed out that city, county, state and national officials are just extensions of fatherhood because fathers as individuals can not do everything so they extend or delegate their powers to others. The remarks were taken from a book, "Bring Back Father, - ' which Breig will have published next spring. The Clevelander stated that through countless ages the two most beautiful words in any language have always been "father"' and "mother," pointing out how Christ taught us to pray, "Our Father, Who art in Heaven" and how He Himself we* born to "Mother" Mary. After pointing out the sacredness of matrimony, Breig said marriage ceremonies belong in a church rather than in a JP court, TV studio or elsewhere. He termed each father a "patriarch" who might be head of a whole family through countless ages yet to'come as no one but God knows when the world will ; end. The editor concluded, "it is time for a new look at marriage, economics and other things and get baak to God" In. order to get oui of the jumble we have been in for the past 400 years." Alvin F. Weichel and George C. Steinemann, now candidates for Congress from the 13th district, are both to speak at the Nov. 20 meeting of the club.