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FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 3 On the R Side 0 E CHICAGO (NC)--Msgr. George gins, that the most characteris ~ngly positive and constructive in G. Higgins said here that the cen- tic feature of the new encyclical ,one. The Holy Father simply tral teaching on the role of guy- is the human tone which it con- akes it for granted . . . that By ROBERT A. WILLEMS I He offered three separate pro- ernment in Pope John's encycli- veys. We're off and running. Where? posals for histhreepreschool cal, "Christianity and Social Pro- "However, it might be said that That's a good question! But it]toddlers: gress" (Mater et Magistra), has the most distinctive feature of " h ' " " seems that annually the greatI "Marianne and Nancy change been almost completely ignored t e encyclical . . . is its repeated American holiday of Thanksgiv-jbetween naos fi'om nurses to lin the general press." emphasis ~n the universal scope ing ushers in a sneak-preview of teachers. One'may receive a fel- Msgr. Higgins, director of the of the virtue of social justice and Santa, the frenzied shopping sea- lowship in medicine, and the other t Social Action department, Nation-/tfehce ic n:equ::: nec.esslty, of el- son, the snows of winte and la teacher's loan for forgiveness, lal Catholic Welfare Conference,]. t g. .eqtu!aom nalance the wonderfully warm spirit oflboth at taxpayer's expense. Isummarized the Pope's position]l,n SOCla! relationships at every fellowship and charity so lacking] t this way" I lever an| in every sector of the - I"rmlen at age z Still speaks l eco,m, " h,~ ,~o,lo.on me rest oi me year. '. . ' ~ v j, ~ ,~ ~, The light side of all this (and 'in a foreign dmlect, so she will While public authorlhes must unions and employers' associa- :ions are . . . indispensable and ~hat the scope of their activities should . . . be expanded." He noted that Pope John re- [ers to relations between eco- nomically advanced countries and ~hose still in the process of de- velopment as probably "the most difficult problem of the modern world." Msgr. Higgins said the Pope de- the sad part of it too) is that we probably qua!!fy as a NDEA lax- not remain inactive,' it is not Praises Organizations forget or just overlook the beau-!guage taLLow, their function to replace the free He said the Pope's laudatory clares that there is a temptation '. . ' I tlful slgmficance of the season, And what about the youngest initiative and voluntary groups reference to the International for advanced countries to profit but rather to 'direct, stimulate, LaborOrganization and the Unit- from their technical and fiuancial despite all protests to the con-ICarey, Bryan J born only last coordinate, supplement and lute- ed Nations Food and Agricultm'e cooperation so as to influence the trary: j,ear grate' the activities of individuals Organization is "extraordinarily I political situatmn of less devel- With this in mind, we thought "It is time that we had a bill and groups in the interest of the significant, particularly in view of ]oped countries "with a view to the fact that so many Americans, bring about plans of world dotal- it might be good to relax for a for Bryan," said the Congress- common -ood" moment and throw out a ~ew man. ~ r~,~,~. ke (Nov 24)Catholics included, have been nation," quips, anecdotes, etc some ap- Not o Maa * "~ a~-" :~ ~r'~o Do,l',ni sniping at the United Nations and The speaker poiuted out that ~ u tu avu [/~lo~Llo ~ a ~ J. t,t, - . . . proprlate to the season, some not, ' "' versit" here all of its subordrnate agencies for the Pope "explicity declares" that and in so doing give our readers Getting oack to me seasonal Y. ' these many years, if this takes place it would be a chance to rcorientate them rush we quote this little asiue .oes ~o~ ~oneemn "Th w ' ' ' ' - ',e ne encycncaL s treat- a new mr| ot colonlausm which selves, from the Catholic Digest:He said the Pope's attitude iment of trade unionism and labor- would constitute "a menace and Everyone's Afraid,The Christmas rush was.at tts toward scientific and technlcallmanagement relations is refresh-danger to world peace." Tot ~ ,ith .h 1 whl h'o height, and a narrie~ clerk was progress "is not to condemn I hue hpon in n a ~ . making out a sales check As the modern rogress but simply to ~,|,| ~ ~ . I |e ~, - ~r%ress lon~, eno%h ' . P . . ha customer gave hel nameand olnt out that after all this pro * PRELATES DEDICATE SiX NEW BUILDINGS AT CATHOLIC Ritter Archbishop of St. Louis, (second from left) dedicated the to give us an idea of w t the ", ' IP" ' ' ~ "" ZI I| ~ |~th~|||,Jr(l~r~|7~tl~JlC ' -ear will hold It may sound a aooress me sales cLerK remarKeo Igress an| even oecause o~ It I vo~o ~,B~,mmmnvuui~u~, ~'i'IHIlbliili-IIJlli~ll,jp Ul~lV~llX--JFlve U D prelates anu ine Aposgolic Delegate new DUnUlng lor the ~cnooi of Nursing a~ upper right ana l~lCn- J ' . ' ~ . ' ,' [ ,~ - "" ' bit c nical but this anon mous "it's a maunouse, isn't it9'' there remains the proolem tnat~ mmultaneously dedtcated six new buildings recently ~construeted ard Cardmal Cushing, Archbishop of Boston, (center) dedicated Y,Y " . I . on m h IV r Am n W I ht I H rm r cnhclsm of pIesent day schools 'No replied thecustomer[tlae soczai relatmnsnlps ne con the ca pus of the Catho'c Un" e sity of e "ca, ash'ng- S "eds all, a new do itory for Siste s at lower right. Arch- "' " " - ' '" " ] human bal"IT- r k. r' I. l V ton. The dedication tookplace immediately following a Solemn bishop Egidio Vagnozzi, Apostolic Delegate to the U.S. (left) rings a bell. It comes from the icily. "It's a private residence." I su'ucte0k,hln;,are,arrim re to individual- --viii v~v.w~, ill I,~lVu I~llblt.lll. lllrUlrUrnr::]a /6tgl/~n:~t ,IA ourlan magazine o~ some 9,a,~ 0, s ~ m Pontifical. Mass offered bv~ Francis Cardinal, Snell|an (second blessed, the new men s durra at lower center, as :vet unnamed, monthsg ago' Had enoug.h If not, here s a political communities and o~ a from right) celebrating the Holy Father s 80th birthday, Ward Bishop Bryan J. McEntegart of Brooklyn (not shown) dedicated :thought for the new year to go WASHINGTON (NC) --Twent" endmsed the resolution so far Hall, School of Biology at upper left, was dedicated by James Zimmerman Hall, a new women's dormitory at lower left. The "The trouble with schools today along with those resolutions It's lW rm scale. ~ / " Y" Francis Cardinal McIntyre, Archbishop of Los Angeles (right), dedications preceded the annual Bishops meeting held at the uni- is that the teachers are afraid Of[a success formula and it comesi Some believe, said Msgr. |g-lone national Cathohe organlza- are: " " ( o ) the principal the principal is fL m h . ~ tions have to date resolved to ob- The National Catholic Confer while Cardinal Spell|an blessed Pangborn Hall of the School of verslty.-- NC Ph tos . ' . I "o t e naaes of the LlOOurlan. I . . I " Architecture and Engineering (upper center) Joseph Cardinal :~a:dnt~n~hetSUsPer~:nffentf' tth:l The proverbial man of~'suecessI Freeport ~-~ome! Iserve, 1962 as an "Encyclical ence for Interracial Justice; Na- ~------ ~~ P must be a contortionist Putting l I Year' devoted to study of Pope tional Catholic Rural Life Con- - . -- . .L 1 ~, . . . SChOOl ooaro, me SChOOl noaru is l ' r- m m ~ . . ,Ihxs best foot forward he has to ,~lcrlool Ik,~rou John XXlIIs new socml encych ference National Catholic Socml iA ~ -.^--.~ Ikl^ ~&-~$ ~.v~,~ ,$ I~A ~A ~.~,Flan UooR l'a,r afraid of the parents, the parents, " ' i P t " ; " ' v la ou H o,n,u I|'~,I I Ik~lvt~ [ ore afraid of the children, and|keep his back to the wall, his ear ~n ~ ! ~ /cal "Christianity and Social Pro- Action Conference; Social Action IA]" .~t ~d~al, d " the children are not afraid of to the ground, his shoulder to the]l-'lans BOOK fair /,gress, (Mater et Magistra). tdepartment' NCWC National ,~. m ~ Am. - ---. J anybody " wheel his nose to the grindstone, - Convention Resolution I Councfl of Cathohc Men" Nation. ~r~r~ U,~l~ll~r~ll I ~IAg ~r"f~l~C||l~ I ROCKFORD St Edward This in turn brings us to thelkeep a level head and have bothl FREEPORT- The Home andi tale Cotncil of Catholic ' Women; Them v, -- I~,t. ~" federal aid hassle on which welfeet on the ~round. /School Assn. of St. Joseph pallshl' This was disclosed in a reportINatlonal. Conncll" of Cathohc" [~ ~: ~ :. ,~ ~u,- are not takni~ a' stand in this] Lit,r~;~n ~,~,~,a,~ ihere is sponsoring a book fair inlissued here by the National Ca-lYouth; National Federation of PARI .q (NC) --A .l~n'tl. =tn'iest:l censure a~roainst sects which "n~.lo.t cinle,- s.' belife in a nersonal and !oay, ~wonuay an| zuesaay, uec. column but merely quoting what ] ~ -~ - ,~.^, v I the sorrel room of the school dur- I tholic Sorrel Action Conference. ]Catholic College Students', and who is a student of Freemasonrylagainst the Church and the!diVine God grand architect of the m, ,~ and 12, wire more man 700 we feel is the light and humorouslco?umn"a;d let~;'ou g:ru~ngto'f~iing the week of Dec. 3 to 10. !which originated the idea of mak-the National Newman Club fed- declared here that a new state-:l,~aifim~to oivil nnthnriti,* " universe" belief in His Will re- outstanding books on sale for comments of Rep. Hugh L. Careyi ; The fair, with all types of books in~ 1962 an "Encyclical Year" at eration. merit of principle by the Grand i ~(-'=" "~" :":-=: } vealed and expressed in the book ltots, teenagers and adults, of Brooklyn made at a convex-iffgam:,lets glance atme nturgmmlfor all ages will be open afterli~: venti,m i-D'~tr-i+ laot A" ] Also: American Catholic Socio- ---~ ia ne r~ev ~vucne~ mquet 5 J I IIn connection with the fair the " "" ;' |is ,camnuar lor me munro a montn~ "he "wo Sunda s and the - ~on~,e ot me freemasons oi, ' ' "' "lot me sacreo Law; neilei in |el,tlon in at. uo . n . ~ . 'o . .l~vtass on t t y t . [logical society; uamolic t~roafl- France has definitely placed that noted, however, that this app!ies immortality of the soul." school children will have e poster Past and Present ~l~:P~n~:rttun~tltnf2e~rte~tas~ can I Holy Day and during the eveningI gust. [casters association; Catholic Era. group outside the canon lawionly to the national Grand Lodge, I Father Riquet called the Grandlcontest, and attendance prizes will "I have concluded that almostJ PP y g g a : r of the weekdays. Coffee will bel Following up on the confer-tployers Study group; Catholic Li- which zs reco razed b th r be awarded at the fair Proceeds ISt Nicholas Dec 6 St Am I once s action Ms i Gcol e Hi 7~------;I ' " g " y e G and|Lodge's statement 'a step toward[ " all of m- own (11) children might ' ; -~available for visitors after theI ' ',g'. 'g "g-lbrary association. Catholic Pres~ I [[Lodge of the Freemasons of Eng-jthat ecumenism of hearts which|Of the fair will go to the school qualify ~n a share of taxpayer as-!br se, Dec. 7; the Immaculate|Sunday Masses. Igins, director of the Social Ac-]association; Catholic Theological I .~ ~ FI~ANTEN I!land. It does not apply he said to|paves the way for the ecumenism library sistance in one way or another Conception (not to be confused! Proceeds from the fair will be]tion department, NCWC, distri- Society of America. Catholic War ve /o nl ~ I ~, ',' - ' - " " ' [ I,the Grand Orient --Frenchlof minds and doctrines." I General chawman for the event under e past or oresent program"[w'th the doctrine of the vlrgmlused to purchase books for the[buted copies of a ~esolutlon to|Veterans; Chr, stopher Movement; I rwmmng ~ ~eonng ligroup of Freemasons which sup-] Father Riquet broke precedentlis Mrs. Desmond Johnson, with he said with a twinkle in his eye birth) Dec. 8; St. Lucy, Dec. 13; school libfury, this effect to national CatholiclFederated Provinces of the Third I Rem,~deln- ann Upressed the requirement of belief I last March by accepting--with the lMrs. Scott Clark, co-chairman I This is the con,ressman's rea-ISt Thomas Apostle Dec. 21; St. Being stressed at the fair will groups Order of St. Francis in North I New Construction Uin God in 1877 Ipermission of his religious su-~Chawman of the decorating com-]soning: ]Francis Xavier Cabrini, Dec. 22:|be the idea of books for Christmas[ List OrganLzahons [America; The Grail; and Serra ~d [ Father Riquet's comment was lperiors--a Mason's challenge to lmittee is Mrs. Glenn Muldowney. Eldest daughter Randy if she and of course, Christmas Dec. ~ifts and in this connection there The organizations which have International. .tree m*,es-o*n~ n*nc,n~ limade after the national Grand]debate the Catholic Faith. The i Publicity chairman is Mrs. HenrYlhad lived in the ]930's could]25; St. Stephen the first martyr /will be a .ift nook of handmadel~l l Prompt Courteous Service []Lodge which has its headquarters Jesuit spoke at Laval and as-IFeltz and book set-up chairman iS|qualify for NYA help freely Dec 26' St John Apostle Dec' articles conducted b, the Marian : o. n i "d~ ] Phone TW 6 5156 |/in suburban Neuilly, issued a/serted that Freemasons who be-IMrs" Bruno Olszewski. ichoosing the school of her choice. 127; and Holy Innocents, Dec' 28.isociety : [ unve- in aervlce [I I~AY/ViI~I~II~I~ I n[ - l/press statement in which it said: /lieve in God are "separated! The fair will be open to the lsecond child Chris if he had been[ Entwined in this holy wreath of l T;,~ Thomas More Ass| of Chi-r .-~ir~ ![ .~,~ . . w w I /,- i pnblic after all the Masses Sunda ' "~ . *~ ' I lwlJamesP. Franzen-JohnB. Wel,hl There can be no rlghdul brothers to the Cathohcs, justasi Ylin World War II, could qualify l feasts is the penitential season of f cago wfll be the suppliers of books l [~ ~.~,~ a/hcCraMnl in MILK DEPOT I ,until 4 p m aunuay eve|rag from an h~s thwd .JL~ o.-~,~w~, 1 AURORA I Masonry which does not uphold,are Orthodox, Anglicans andl . :, . " nfor the GI Bill. Sus-,' ' IAdvent with its spiritual nrenara-/~,n ,h,~ W,rla Book enc-clo-edia] l, ~'17': ~, ~---- t~ il I I 6 to ~' Monuay and uescmy alter v a chance for e ~ r Ivallt~Hal, Da I lithe following invariable prin- other non-Catholic Christians. 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