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News SectionwPage 2A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, November 21, 1948 Priest Challenges Application Of McCollum Case Atchison, Kan.--In an article ap- pearing in the Raven Review, Bene- dictine alumni bulletin published recently, the Rev. Clctus Kohake, O.S.B., Ph. D., challenges the state- ments made by Mr. Edward F. Arn, Attorney General for the State of Kansas, concerning the application of the McCollum (Illi- nois) Act to the schools of Kan- sas. Mr. Arn's interpretation of the case was published by the De- partment of Public Instruction of Kansas in their Monthly Bulletin for September, 1948. Mr. Arn had asserted that any form of sectarian religious in- struction of a doctrinal nature is forbidden in the common school; that officials may not release cer- tain children from the regular daily school program for religious instruction outside the school premises; and finally that compul- sory educational laws of the state and public school system cannot be used to aid religious groups in furthering their teaching. According to Father Kohake Mr. Arn's contention "... res- tricts basically the right of local school boards and local school dis- tricts from determining the type of educational experiences each board wishes its children to have. Certainly," Father Kohake con- tinues, "there exists a felt need in the minds of growing numbers of Protestants and Catholics alike for a more intensified training in mor- als for our youth attending bo*.h state and parochial ~ch0ols." Father Kohake, an instructor in the Department of Education at St. Benedict's college, added that it is "... an unexplainable ano- maly why educators stress the necessity of building wholesome and complete characters, and at the same time exclude from the school the one force capable of af- fording the basis of moral forma- tion." Fr. W. V. Mannix Dies In McHenry MeHenry--The Rev. Wm. V. Mannix, a priest of the Archdio- cese of Chicago, who has lived in the home of his sister at McHenry for the past year or more suffer- ing from cancer, died on Monday morning, Nov. 15. Priests of the city and the neighborhood who had come to know and respect Father Mannix for the patience and cour- age shown in his sufferings, at- tended the wake on Monday night. Tuesdam~_y morning in St. Mary's P. F. SCHUSTER Plumbing- Heating 320 Rural Street Telephone 23449 Aurora, IlL Friday--December Sunday--December Bishop's Appointments Sunday--November 21--Rockford, St. James Pro-Cathedral --Knights of Columbus Memorial Mass, 8:00 A.M. Monday--November 22--Chicago, Catholic Church Extension Society Meeting. 10:00 A.M. Thursday--November 25--Rockford, St. James Pro-Cathe~ dral--Pontifical Mass. 10:30 A.M. Sunday--November 28--Rockford, St. James Pro-Cathedral, --Opening of Forty Hours', 10:30 A.M. Rockford, St. Stanislaus, Confirmation 4:30 P.M. 3--Rockford, Bishop Muldoon High School--Senior Class Day. 5--Aurora, St. Mary's--Confirmation 9:30 A.M. Aurora. St. Peter's -- Confirmation 4:30 P.M. Sunday--December 12--Rockford, St. Patrick's--Holy Name Society Mass, 7:00 A.M. church, a solemn Requiem Mass was offered for the repose of his soul. The remains were then trans- ported to Chicago. May his soul rest in peace. Cadets On Honor Roll Aurora -- The first six-weeks honor roll was announced by Fath- er Alcuin at general assembly and each cadet received a certificate of accomplishment whose name appeared among those on the hon- or roll. The certificates indicate the honors achieved, namely, a pro- ficient, honor or distinguished ca- det. Distinguished Cadets A Distinguished Cadet is one who earns at least four points in Religion, four points in Military Science and Tactics, four points in Conduct, and sixteen points in Scholastic Work. Freshmen~Klyczek, JA. Sophomores m Ciarlo, JA; Go- etzinger, N J; Greenside, DA; Hull, JR; Lenert, RP; Scalzitti, PD; Schramer, JJ; Surer, CR; Teofan, VO. Juniors--Rellins, DE; Sherman, GV; Walker, RW. Seniors--Bode, RA; Browne, JF; Daly, JJ; DeGeeter, Dean J; Grif- fin, GV; MacNamara, JM; Millen, RD; Pfluke, JH. OLD SECOND NATIONAL BANK CORNER OF RIVER & DOWNER STS. Friendly and Complete Service Since 1871 Member of F. D. I. C. , , , , , , AURORA MONUMENT CO. 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Tiburtius, both of whom gave their lives for their Faith. St. Cecilia was seized as a Christian, was subjected to tortures in her. own mansion, which later was converted into a church, land martyred. The relics of the patron Saint of musicians were re- i covered in 821 by Pope St. Paschal I. Tuesday, November 23. -- St. Clement I of Rome, Pope-Martyr. A first century convert, he was the third successor as Pope to St. Peter, who had consecrated him a Bishop. His famous epistle to the Corinthians restored order in the Corinthian Church. He governed the Church as Pope for about I0 years and died as an exile and martyr under Trajan about A.D. 100. Wednesday, November 24.--St. John of the Cross, Confessor-Doc- tor. He was born near Avila, Spain, in 1542 and was ordained a priest in the Carmelite Order in 1567. Influenced by St. Teresa of Avila, he founded the Discalced :Carmelites, and his work was for- mally approved by Pope Gregory XIII in 1580. He underwent many trials, was persecuted and impris- oned. He died in 1605. He was canonized by Pope Benedi~ct XIII in 1726. Thursday, November 25.--St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin- Martyr. She was a wealthy and cultured young woman, who defied the tyrant Maximinus Daza and after much persecution, was sent into exile. Upon her return vain attempts were made by persecution to have her submit to heathenism. She was put to death in 310 by means of a spiked wheel. Friday, November 26.--St. Syl- vaster, Abbot. He founded the C. U. Librarian Eugene P Willgtng. of_Dubuque, who has been appointed director of the Catholic University of America library, succeeding the late Rev. Francis A. Mullin. Mr. Willging was formerly executive secretary of the Catholic Library Association and has been acting director of the C.U.A. library since January, 1947. (NC Photos.) aided in his work by King Pepin and the king's son, who became Emperor Charlemagne. He served as Bishop of Salzburg and died in 784. Bishop To Baptize Every 7th Child London.~(NC)--Bishop Thomas Marmion Head To Washington For Meeting Aurora--Father Joseph, O.S.B., headmaster of Marmion Academy and Colonel Dennis Mahon, professor of militalT science and tactics will attend the annual meeting of the Association i of Military Colleges and Schools of the United States in Washing- ton, D. C. on Nov. 23 and 24. The program for this year's meeting will stress the academt~ side of the military schools. The topics for discussion will covet teacher training, audio-visual aidl to education, junior college train- ing besides the regular R.O.T.(3, planning problems. The principal speaker on the Monday, Nov. 22 program is Reverend Edmund A, Walsh, S.J., vice-president of Georgetown University and Re- gent of its renowned School Of Foreign Service. Father Walsh~ one of the world's foremost and the United States' most distingu- ished geopolitician, will discuss aspects of the Soviet-American relations, iOnsa the Tuesday night program visit to Annapolis for an inspection of present ac- tivities to the requirements for entrance, as well as study of the service. Father Joseph will also visit La- Salle Military Academy in Oak- dale, N. Y. on Long Island, which is one of the outstanding military academies in the Unitc(~ .qtates. Col. McMahon will conclude his visit of the east with a stay at the Department of the Army. ST JOSEI~H-MERCY HOSPITAL Aurora. Illinois An accredited khan| el Nureins OUt- ,acted by the 8J|t~.r8 of Mercy roe1, E. Flynn of Lancaster has prom- yeers Hlek 8eb4ml t~l|iJ~d Nest September ! I| tntoreeted write IJJstA~ ised to baptize ~ personally every seventh and subsequent child born Superlntendamt d Nn~ e! eneo to a family in his.diocese. 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