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10A OUR SUNDAY VISITOR The Observer Edition January 6, 1952 Irish Bishop Strongly Indicts Welfare State Dublin --(NC)--- The welfare state and its enactment was strongly criticized at the annual meeting of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Belfast by Bishop Dan- iel Mageean of Down and Connor. Saying that there are many per- sons nowadays who prefer the dole to a "decent day's work," the Bishop warned that the welfare state might undermine the sturdy spirit of independence character- istic of the Irish. "Unfortunately," he added, "the welfare state is coming in. We have a lot of evidence around us. To my mind, although the welfare acts are doing a tremendous amount of good they are necessar- ily doing a lot of harm. "They don't give the ordinary lpeople the opportunity of exercis- Ing Christian charity. One of the great benefits we are losing by the establishment of the welfare state Is that of Christian charity, which is growing cold. And to gain any advantage in the welfare state the ~o OOr suffer the humility of having undergo a gruelling process in which all their private affairs are Investigated. A great many people ~refer to draw the dole rather than o a decent day's work." In a sermon at Holy Cros~ Church, Belfast, Father Celsus C.P., said: "The social schemes an( services of smug governments are lust so much vinegar and gall, or the poor are always with us and the poor still want." HOUSEKEEPER WANTED Middle aged Catholic lady wanted in family of 3 adults. One who desires good home, rather than high wages Woodstock Area Write The Observer Box 479, Freeport Call For DISTRIBUTED BY Freeport Fruit and Produce HAVE SOFT WATER In Your Home No Equipment To Buy No Work To Do $2.50 Per Month Average Cost Culligan Soft Water Service Co. 407 S. Van Buren Ave., Main 411 Freeport, Illinois NEWBERRY'S Wallpaper and Paint Headquarters Modern Styles In Wallpapers and Point 22 W. Main Freeport POPE'S NIECE IN HOLLYWOOD On their recent visit to the Disney Studios in Hollywood, Princess Gabriella Pacelli, niece of Pope Plus XII, and Monsignar John Patrick CarroU-Abbing of Italy's Boystown, are introduced by Walt Disney~ to his favorite Pinocchio characters, tNG Photos) Deserts 'False Glitter' Granada, Spain m(NC)--"Jose Maria of Granada," author of highly successful theatrical works, has turned his back on the tinsel world of the stage to return to what he called the "glorious gar- ment of my priestly cassock." His !process of rehabilitation, as the Rev. Jose Maria Martin Lopez, is in progress in Granada, his dio- cese. In asking to be accepted anew among his brethren in the priest- hood, Father Martin Lopez made public a voluntary retraction of all that may have given scandal during his abandonment of the sacred ministry, when he devoted himself entirely to the writing that brought him renown. He warned others not to follow his example in leaving the priest- hood. "May those who are blind- ed by the false glory of a name or by the false glitter of money know that these have been for me the ~ourc~dof pain, remorse, and tears," "I do not believe that I have in any way attacked Church dog- ma or-Christian morals in my works," Father Martin Lopez de- clared. "However, having writ- ten for a frivolous public and in a mundane environment, not befit- ting priestly dignity and decorum, I hereby retract anything in my writings which might be against Christian principles and I submit~ everything to the review and opin- ion of the Church. I am willing to withdraw or destroy whatever I am commanded." He said God granted him "the gift of His grace and Divine Mercy, so that I return to Him and wrap myself within this glorious garment of my priestly cassock." One of his most noted theatrical FREEPORT FLORAL CO. p. J. & N. H. DIDIER Tel. 99 106 W. 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He will celebrate the Di- vine Liturgy in St. John's Cathe- dral, Fresno, and will be guest of honor at a dinner given by Fresno Catholics associated with leaders of the Armenian community. The Armenian community in Fresno is one of-the three largest in the United States. The Cardinal is scheduled to re- turn to Boston after his West Coast I It's A Fact! ~) The AU Syndicate 1 /1~OgCHID MAN, WON EVEP, Y I l R.INO TITLE IN FR&NCE, START-I lING AS A BANTAIV~ AT 14~ YE/~R$ / I OF AGE// / "i've bought gas at lots of places," states Bob Staas of 1122 So. Chi- cago Ave., "but, boy, oh boy, this Siefermon's is really something. The service you get there makes you want to come back for more." "It's a fact." Freeport's Friendliest Station STANDARD SERVICE OPPOSITE ST. VINCENT'S HOME ISister Henrietta Dies In Chicago On December 25 Chicago -- Sister Mary Hen- rietta, superior at St. Joseph's i hoslital, Elgin, from 1942 to 1945, died Dec. 25 in St. Anthony's L hospital, Chicago. She was a mem- I ber of the Franciscan Sisters of I the Sacred Heart whose mother- I house is in Joliet, Ill. Sister I Clarissa of the same Community is a sister of the deceased. Father Luke, O.F.M., offered the visit. Boston College will confer an honorary degree on him January 13. Requiem Mass at St. Anthony's hospital. Burial took place in St. Mary's cemetery, Chicago. Many friends and relatives of the fam- ily and of the Community were present at the funeral. May she rest in peace. alena UEHREN & FURLONG Furniture and Rugs Chapel Home Ambulance Service Phones, Store 122, Nite Res. 70 GALENA, ILLINOIS reepor FREEPORT HARDWARE CO. DU PONT PAINTS --- APPLIANCES Main 286 Freeport HARRINGTON -- McKINSTRA QUALITY COAL & FUEL OIL Main 310 FREEPORT THE NEW BILGER STUDIO -FREEPORT'S MOST MODERN STUDIO 11 N. Van Buren Freeport THE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Accurate, Prompt Prescription Service Diabetic Food Sick Room Supplies 15 E. 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