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The Catholic Advance from Wichita, Kansas • Page 5

The Catholic Advance from Wichita, Kansas • Page 5

Wichita, Kansas
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i 'a 01 nn nn uJ UVU'U MEMBER OF AUDIT BUBKAO Of CIHCOLATIONg era 0 Ml This HiwiHstr Ru th International Nrwi Strrlea (Win and Hall), to NCWO Naws Berrlea (Iaclodln Kadioa and Cabin) Ita Own SpaeiaJ Berviea, lUllctoua Ncwa Berviea, Fidel Renriea, Lomn Serviea of China, International Illtntratad Newt, KCWC emhership rictura service, rnoto feature, ana wide World roetoe. na ueiuaiva aearare Article. it -T I Up 25 Time For God and Country fa aw; r. In 25 Ycaro Hiram Motherwell, in 1 pamphlet, Rebuilding Europe After Victory, say that we are going to find tome men and women hungry on Af-mistice Day. They will 5 be people who' know chronic hunger. Even though they have had three meals a day, they have never had CD) fff CCl 5r OV Work Li Orient Goes Ahead Despite Great War (Name Registered in the V. S. Patent Office) ft a mJ 6 1 fJ SECTION TWO FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1943 enough to eat in any of them. Chronic hunger gradually makes a man unbalanced. He may believe any beautiful lie Ivr p. 7' 'pi- fV iV I "i -v 1 V-'" Ml.1' I Prelate Visits Land of 22 African Martyrs that a soapbox orator or ama teur evangelist tells him. Until Archbishop Spellman Trip Shows they are fed, these people will be in no condition to have anv reconstruction peace plan fered to them. St. Columbans, Nebr. (Exclusive) Launched in the fourth year of World war I and now celebrating its silver jubilee in the fourth year of World war II, St. Colum-ban's Foreign Mission society finds itself, after 25 years, with a 25-fold increase of membership from 21 on June 29, 1918, to more than.50C today. Its priests are members of the secular clergy who have bound themselves by oath to serve the missions and are directly subject to the Pope. Importance of U. S. Mission Work Europe will have only about half its normal food produc I ruins tf Babylon, and met the mittee of the Propagation of the TY A 7 S. New York. The visit of Arch bishop Francis J. Spellman to dis Hon on Armistice Day. Trans, portation will be so demoral Catholic Bishops in the Apostolic Faith society. tricts in Africa where great mis A telegram from the New York Delegation. II I III jTii I The next day he said Mass in sion activity is being carried on Archbishop said: "In the last fort despite the war emphasizes the 1m night I have visited missions in Bagdad college and spoke briefly to the Catholic boys present. The Ethiopia, Sudan, including Khar portance of "America's role in the ized that the equal distribution of even that will be interfered with. Not only vast amounts of food, but also the three great morale builders soap, coffee, and tobacco must be toum, and the Malakal regions. I mission program of the Chureh," averred the Rt. Rev. Thomas was the guest in Uganda of Bishop Edward Michaud, Vicar Apostolic McDonnell, national director of Polish troops. gave him a chalice, made in Bagdad by native silversmiths, that he used for their Mass and also in the college. The Archbishop took particular pains to get the Pontifical Society for the Prop- of Uganda, and of Bishop John agation of the Faith. Archbishop Ressinck, Vicar Apostolic of the sent. Emergency food will 6 Spellman, Military Vicar of the Upper Nile; visited missions, sem the names of parents of the American Jesuits in the college. When Through the years, St Colura-ban's has established six seminaries for the missionary priesthood in English-speaking countries three in the United States, one in Ireland, one in Australia, and one in New Zealand. Among its priest and students, the society has American, Canadian. Irish, English, Scottish, Australian, and New Zealand members. In addition to it own membership of more than 500, have to come chiefly from the Western Hemisphere, espe- U. S. armed forces, is also chair he took off by plane for Basrah, inaries, schools, and hospitals; and administered Confirmation. Masses were offered in the Cathedrals and man of the U. S. Episcopal com he waved a treasured American i cially from the United States, TJ--. 'II I 1 in the chapel of the Uganda mar- flag given to him by school chil dren in Malta. dui Europe win not oe anil to pay for it. For a long time, Fr. Serra's Cause Is Advancing trys." trade will have to be on the 10,000 Communions On First Fridays barter basis. Head of School Monsignor McDonnell pointed I out that the prelate passed from Motherwell thinks we had better forget about "policing" Europe. The picture of a cop si- I the north of the continent, where Catholicity flourished gloriously with a night stick making peo For Chaplains Made Monsignor the early days of the Church, to ple behave has little meaning the heart of the district that cradled in so chaotic a situation. The the rebirth of the faith in Africa. From Uganda came the 22 mar- Nazis have shown that you cannot shoot a whole people trys whose sacrifice bore fruit in New York. Col. William D. phenomenal growth of Catholi Clearv. Catholic priest who heads into being contented. (Pam city. In this section may be found the largest ciborium in the world, phlet issued by Public Affairs the army chaplain school, at Harvard university, has been raised by Pius XII to the rank of a Domestic Prelate says NCWCl. Committee. 30 Roekefel Ier Plaza, New York, N. for it is not uncommon to distribute 10,000 Communions there in first Friday Masses tsays NCWCl. Monsignor Cleary, who has served tne society enjoys the assistance of a society of sisters, founded in 1922 as Missionary Sisters of St. Co-lumban and numbering 110. Thesa nuns work with the society! priests in China and the Philippines. The scope of its missionary activities has grown to include two vicariates in China Hanyang and Nancheng; two prefectures in Korea Kwoshu and Shunsen; one prefecture in Burma Bhamo; and 19 parishes in the Archdiocese of Manila and the Dioceses of Linga-yen and Cagayan, Philippine islands. St. Columban's maintains a hoiisa of post-graduate studies in Roma and a language school in Shanghai. World war II has affected ita work less than was expected. On of its missions is entirely in fre territory; parts of others are out of the war zone. Although other missions are in Japanese-occupied territories, only seven of its missionaries have been-forced to accept repatriation. Mission work continues, though under restrictions, in all the society's territories. In the home countries almost 309 seminarians are being prepared for future work in the Orient Founder Will Get The visit of Archbishop Spell as army chaplain since August, 1918, was made commandant of the Rome and Vatican City News 8,000,000 Youngsters in Mission Work As Holy Childhood Observes Centenary The Roman Question Just what the form of gov' man and his interviews with American missionaries in Africa form a new link in the chain "that has school when it was established in January, 1942, at Fort Benjamin Harrison. ernment will be in Italy after been forged during the past 121 (Turn to Page 4 Column 1) The school was transferred to years by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith to aid the Harvard last August. There chap of the Augustinian Canonesses lains and chaplain candidates of all faiths represented in our armed missions of the entire world. In Regular of the Congregation of addition it indicates the impor blood if necessary. Do not rob us of the palm that the divine mercy is already holding out to us from heaven." Vatican City. Eight million children are enrolled in the Association of the Holy Childhood, reveals Fides service in an article commemorating the organization's tance of America's role in the mis forces take a six-week course of study before being assigned to Our Lady. Will Stay in Vatican sion program of the Church. Cath The ranse of Father Junipero Archdiocese Raises $361,385 in Campaign Baltimore. Contributions totaling $361,385 were received in the campaign to raise $300,000 conducted in the Archdiocese of Bal active service with troops. olics of the United States have a Serra, O.F.M., (above) whose Mother Cabrini Miracles Approved Born July 11, 1882, in Toome- Rome. Pius XII is remaining in certenary. The association, found rare privilege and a grave respon friends hope will be rewarded with vara. Nenagh. County Tipperary Vatican City for the summer in ed for the benefit of foreign mis sainthood for his work in the West Ireland, Monsignor Cleary, after sibility to aid in this apostolate and to prepare for the dawn of stead of going to Castelgandolfo. sions, seeks to draw young chil ern United Mates, continues to attending Irish schools, completed Record Prints Pop Talk dren near the Infant Jesus that move forward. The search for A resolution for the beatification of the martyrs was read in the presence of the Holy Father. Another approved the miracles proposed for the canonization of Blessed Frances Xaviet Cabrini, his theological studies in the Irish peace, when they will supply the man power and the means to con Washington. The text of His Holiness' remarks to 20,000 Ital they may practice Christian charity and contribute to the salvation of pagan children: procure Bap tinue Christ work of college in Pans, where he was ordained June 14. 1908. He be longs to the Brooklyn diocese. No Felicitations ian workers was printed in the who died in 1917 in Chicago, and Congressional Record at the re tism for these infidels; and edu Since leaving Cairo Archbishop third approved the beatification quest of Senator James E. Murray timore and Washington by Archbishop Michael J. Curley. John A. McKeown directed the drive. Governor Herbert R. O'Conor of Maryland and Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin of Baltimore, were among the speakers at the reception in honor of the Archbishop, at which time public announcement of the campaign results was made. The man to whom St. Colon-ban's owes its foundation will not be reached by any messages of Serra documents has uncovered about 1,500 pages of correspondence that will be ready for printing and submission to Rome in 18 months. The work on the 18th century manuscripts is being done by the Rev. Maximin Pietle, O.F.M., aided by the Rev. John Howard of Capitola, Calif. Two-Thirds of World's of Ven. Alix Le Clerc, foundress of Montana. Spellman has traveled through Asmara, Addis Ababa, Khartoum, Uganda, Nairobi, Mombassa, and cate them to spread Christianity among their countrymen. Its founder, Bishop Charles de Forbin-Janson of Nancy, France, Seamen Are Catholics congratulation on the 25th birth-dav of his nnriptv R. in London. One-third of British Tanganyika. Next on his itinerary were Madagascar, Mozambique, consecrated in 1824, had to leave seamen and two-thirds 01 tne pied territory, deep in the heart of France when he refused to sign world's seamen are Catholics Johannesburg, Durban, Pretoria the Galliran declaration of 1862 vniiio win iuo5i jvev. riawara Galvin, Vicar Apostolic of Han- Capetown, Elizabethville, Leopold- Archbishop Richard Downey of Committee Headed by Bishop Says: Facts on Zoot Suit Riots In Los Angeles Distorted ville, and Lagos on the African Liverpool declared. yang. says NCWCl. At the request of Bishops Flaget and Purcell, Pope As Father Galvin, 29 years of Problems of Negro Considered Sheil School in Chicago Gold coast. SEES AMERICAN JESUITS IN BAGDAD Gregory XVl sent him on a successful missionary tour of the Turks More Tolerant age, hs was assistant pastor of J1 Holy Rosary church, Brooklyn, N. in February. 1912. when ha United States and Canada from 1839 to 1841. After a year in Towards Christianity Stockholm. A marked increase Home, where he was made a Papal Shows Folly of Race Riots Los Angeles. "Failure to pre first resolved to go to China. Ha left for the Far East shortly afterwards and labored in Chekians province. China, until 1916. Mean. Count and an Assistant at the Pontifical Throne, he returned to sent the facts properly" was one of the causes of the "zoot suit" authority on racial problems in the United States, declares that the zoot suit riots in Los Angeles were misrepresented in the press. The public Was left with the impression France and founded the Associa in understanding and tolerance towards Christianity is being shown in Turkey. One reason for this, it riots here, says the citizens' com tion of the Holy Childhood, June A feature of the CYO night school's while the first World war broke out and he witnessed the departure of vounc Fronrh nrioctc than tk. mittee named by Gov. Warren and headed by Auxiliary Bishop 21. 1843. In 1890 Pittsburgh be summer program is a course on Chicago. (Special) As racial trouble flared into riots in several parts of the U. the Sheil School came the central bureau in Amer "The Negro in America." is believed, is the wide-spread sale, during the past year and a half, of a new Turkish translation of the New York. (Special) American Jesuits in Bagdad, Iraq, rejoiced over a visit paid to them by Archbishop Spellman, believed to be the first mission he visited on bis tour of Africa and the Middle East. The prelate stayed in the American legation while in Bagdad. Accompanied by Father Francis B. Sarjeant, S.J., rector of Bagdad college, he went out with the Polish Bishop Gawlina, who had just returned from the United States, and said Mass for some 3,000 Polish troops. Then he visited with several officials, saw the chief personnel of the missions tv Joseph T. McGucken of Los ica and in 1893 the entire U. Members of all races and creeds are welcome to attend the school's Angeles. of Social Studies here proviaea an example of inter-racial good will work was entrusted to the Holy Bible the first complete edition In making clear-cut recom classes, for which no fee is charged. in the1 Roman script. With the that all the nation might well heea mendations to prevent a recur Ghost Fathers. British Minister Returns Vatican City. Sir D'Arcy Os Prominent Colored leaders are for the military service to which their government obliged them. Daily faced with the need for" more English-speaking priest to keep pace with the lavishly ff. r' nanced workers of English and 3 American non-Catholic sects and i rence of the clashes between among the faculty members con youths and service men, the com that the soldiers and sailors who were involved acted in self-defense. McWilliams say that the police and the Los Angeles daily press must be charged with the major blame. Anti-Mexican sentiment has been built up by the press for more thsn a year. Every case in which a Mexican has been involved has been featured and finally the OWI sent a representa borne, British minister to the Holy sidering the racial problem. Among growing freedom allowed to individuals under the present Turkish regime, more and more Mohammedans are becoming acquainted with Christian ideas. Japanese Intern mittee urged immediate steps to See, returned to Vatican City from them are A. L. oster, executive secretary of the Chicago Urban a trip to England, where he was appalled by the government recall of the young French priests foir knighted by King George VI. curb juvenile delinquency and said the problem is one of American youth, not confined to any one racial group. league, and Dr. Alison Uavis, professor of education in Chicago U. army duty, Father Galvin eon- I Mother in More Ways Than One Three Canadian Mission Workers Courses in "Social Pathology," which already have covered a wide "The wearers of 'zoot suits'," tive to Los Angeles to reason with the publishers. The press oblig the committee asserted, "are not background of poverty, crime, in 'Mumsy' Visiting Children ceived the idea of gathering to- gether some young priests of his Kr" acquaintance to form the nucleus of a mission society that would have its roots in the fertile Catholic Beatification of Boxer Martyrs Expected Soon Vatican City. July 8 is the 43rd anniversary of the martyrdom of 29 missionaries in the Boxer uprising of China. The beatification of these religious is expected soon. The 29 included two Bishops, two priests, and a brother, all Fran adequate housing, and other social ills, are now stressing solutions to ingly dropped the word Mexican and began to use zoot suit, but the necessarily persons of Mexican descent, criminals, or juvenile delinquents; many young people today wear 'zoot suits'. Ottawa. Three Catholic mis life he knew best that of the these problems. Other summer classes are cover public had already been given the connection. June 7, when the chief sionaries are among 24 Canadians At Convent in New Orleans United States and Ireland, interned by the Japanese in Changi ing such subjects as "Principles of The committee found that all (Turn to Paget Column t) noting occurred, zoot suiters were Peace," "The Language or the attacked in streets, theaters, and camp on tne isiana 01 oingapure. They are Brother Adolphus of the juvenile delinquency has increased recently in Los Angeles says ciscans; seven Chinese semina bars, and even street cars were Mass," "Pan Americanism," and "Interpreting the News." 1 Order of St. Gabriel, Brother in- Vicar Apostolic Consecrated NCWCl. The study included in New Orleans since 1930, Mien New Orleans. Mother Theresa stopped and searched. Perhaps not cent of the same order, and vestigation of crimes committed more than half the victims were of Cementville, who is called "Mother" by eight other members Scottish Cripple Goes Brother Anthony. because of ill health, she went to San Antonio. The next year, at by youths of Mexican origin, the wearing zoot suits; Mexican boys rians; and seven Franciscan Missionaries of Mary. When Bishop Grassi, one of -the martyrs, urged the nuns to flee, the superior said: "We are not afraid of death or of tortures; we came here to shed No details are available as to committee said, and added: "The of her community, the Missionary as young as 12 and 13 were beat To Mass 5 Times Daily London. A crippled member of fact is, however, that the increase en. In some cases, youngsters were the age of 61, she was invested as a member of the new community which order Brother Anthony belongs, and the Department of Ex Servants of Christ the Master and St. Anthony, and Mamaeita by the stripped and left lying naked. the Catholic Young Men's society in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scot ternal Affairs has asked any one founded by the Rev. Peter M. A hundreds of Mexicans among front page pictures of them were published. with information concerning him to communicate with it. Baque, a Catalonian. of delinquency in the case of youths of Mexican descent has been less than in the case of other national or racial groups and less than the average increase for the community." whom she works, is visiting five of her children, to whom she is land, attends Mass five times every morning. McWilliams says that there were Vatican Radio Warns Against. Hating Jews New York (INS) The Vatican radio was quoted by the British Broadcasting Co. as declar mumsy," and some of her 20 As young Miss Eugenie Olivier of New Orleans she had wanted to no zoot suit gangs in Los Angeles grandchildren, to whom she is Holy Father to Make the criminal sense of the word plain grandma. She has also become a nun, but she was con gang; that juvenile delinquency McWilliams Says Press Erred on 'Zoot' Riots has increased in war-times, but Jubilee Speech July 4 London. Radio Vichy reported three great-grandchildren says NCWCl. sidered too delicate in health, and her father persuaded her not to enter the convent. At 21 she was though it has grown among Mexi Two of the daughters she is vis June 25 from Vatican City that cans the increase with them has Cardinal Hinsley Leaves Fund to Aid Religion London. H. Em. Cardinal Arthur Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster, who died on March 17. has left all his property. 1,338 pounds ($5,350) in trust for the advancement of the Catholic religion "in mv Diocese of Westminster," ing that "he who makes a distinction between Jews and other men is unfaithful to God and is in conflict with God's commsnds." The BBC broadcast said the Vatican directed its message to France. Carey McWilliams, former Cali iting are Sister TeresiU and Sister Pope Pius XII will speak on July married to Daniel Edwards, and in fornia Commissioner of lmmigra de Lourdes, both members of 4 on the occasion of his episcopal tion and Housing, an acknowledged School Sisters of Notre Dame. ubilee. (He was consecrated May 1 I I "C- 2- 15 years she had 11 children. She was left a widow at the age of 59 and soon after was in such poor 13. 1917. Hence the jubilee con This is the first visit made by Mother Theresa, 73, to her native nection is not clear.) After Offering Mass for War Prisoners health doctors gave her only not been so large as with other ethnic groups; that, though individual Mexicans may, in some cases, have attacked soldiers and sailors (incidentally, he says, the reverse is also true), it is nonsense to suggest that the soldiers and sailors acted in self-defense; that about 98 per cent of Mexican a short time to live. With one of SHADES OF ALCATRAZ, SAYS her daughters, she went to San Antonio and there learned of the work Baque was doing among the pour Mexicans of that After Pilgrimage to Novena Shrine AGED WOMAN IS CONFIDENT SIGHT WILL BE RESTORED THROUGH POWER OF PRAYER youth in Los Angeles is American- ARMY CHAPLAIN IN AFRICA born, American-reared, American city. A year later, her health restored, she was received into the educated. (McWilliams writes in community. 'w. i -V r- the Nets Republic, June 21.) New York. Offering Mass at Just before Father Baque died an open-air altar with a hall dozen Nazis Rationing Mass in 1938, he called her to his bedside and left the administration of tommy-guns and barbed-wire bar Chicago. (Special) "My sight The Most Rev. Matthew AIotsIiis Niedhammer, O.F.M.Cap. (above), was consecrated Titular BUhop of ricades for a background raised has not. been restored yet, but I have faith that God will answer up shades of Alcatras for Father aSlv the society to her. Mother Theresa and three other members of the community are stationed in the VYine Used by Priests Lisbon. I rationing of Caloe to serve as Vicar Apoatoiie of Joseph M. Clark, U. S. army our oravers. That was the declar chaplain in North Africa. The ation of Mrs. Margaret Moylan, mother-house in Cementville neat Bluelieldt, ntraraana, IikmIit, June 29. in St. Patrick's Cathedral, e'-jpV Mass wine used by Catholic priests has been introduced by the Nasi 77, of Bayard, after she and scene was a camp for prisoners of 1 1 .1 1 1 ew York citv. The Moat Rev. Mrs. Moylan and her husband. John, 81, a retired farmer, heard of the many favors granted through the perpetual novens to Our Sorrowful Mother. They journeyed to Chicago on a pilgrimage to the Novena Mother shrine, 3121 W. Jackson boulevard. Between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., the couple attended 18 novena services, each of which lasts nearly an hour. They prayed fervently for the restoration of Mrs. Moylan's the Military Ordinariate. On one day, he absolved Italian, German, and Croatian penitents, and the little book came in handy. But, says he, it would go "a little quicker if I had the gift of tongues; that is one faculty ws weren't given as chsplains. Every Italian prisoner the priest met is a practical Catholic, armed with rosary and holy pictures. About a fourth of the Germans are Catholics openlv professing their faith Isays NCWCl. The Italians, ssys Chsplain Clark, all seem very happy even if they are prisoners, and perhaps btcaust they art prisoners, novena, to join with the Moylans in prayer for their intention. "We shall never' forget the beauty and consolation we got from the devotion and hearing the prayers of all those thousands of people," Mrs. Moylan told the novena's national director, the Rev. Terance A. Seery, O.S.M. Until his retirement, Mr. Moylan owned and operated a 380-scse fsrm in Guthrie county, Iowa. Two of the coupls's six children are the Rev. Joseph Moylan, SJ authorities in Germany. her husband had made a pngrim-ce to the Shrine of Our Sorrowful James E. Walah, M.M.. Tttolar San Antonio. The 390 Mexicans whom they serve include 92 children of St Anthony's Shrine school. Two members of the community have charge of St. An war capiurea oy ine lanicg in me ATrica Celebrating Mass for prisoners is nothing new for Bishop of 5a la and Superior Gen The regulations provide that Mother here. Chaplain Clark; he used to be Six years ago Mrs. Moylan eral of Maryknoll, was the erm terra tor, and was aaaiated by Aux supplies must bs delivered by the rationing authorities to chaplain of the federal peniten sieht began fsdirg. Now she can iliary Bwhop Stephen J. Donahue) monasteries, and other religious tiary nn Alcatras island. thony's home for Mexicsn working girls and three others are in charge of St Anthony's day nursery detect only the chsnge from light to dark. She has undergone three Before Chaplsin Clark left the of New York and Bitbnp John F. O'Hara. CS Military Delegate. institutions rather than to individual priests. Priest transferring from ona parish to another may Sever doctors give their services Bishop IVedhammer was bora in sight At eery service, the congregation was asked by the Ser-vita Fathers, founders oX the U. he obtained a book to guide him in hearing Confessions in 16 languages, fat says in a letter to operations in an attempt to regain her vision. All hsvs been unsuccessful, of Omaha and Sister Mary Can-isia of Chicago. fo the care of the sick who are under the sisters' supervision. New York Sept. 11, 1901. Dot take any Mass win with them.1

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