Page 5, 17th November 1950

17th November 1950
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Jesuit Leads The Negro Homemakers

A SMILING Jesuit with an Irish name, Fr. Michael F. Kavanagh, S.J., is making a beginning on the huge job of getting Maryland's Negroes out of ramshackle tenant farmhouses into......

Building Catholic Village

WORK has begun, after a host of difficulties now sur mounted, on the village which is to be built near Bochum with the contributions collected at the 73rd German Kaiholikentag......

Getting Facts On Housing

Parents' Associations in the Birmingham diocese are engaged on a " fact-finding " assignment in order to discover the real facts about housing conditions in their own parishes.......

Mayor Convert From Buddhism

The Mayor of Kawanishi, Japan. and his entire family have been converted from Buddhism to Catholicism by an American priest, Fr. Leo Steinbach.......

The Stray Shepherd

Reconciled Jesuit's appeal A LITTLE grey-haired man who serves at Mass every morning in a small parish church somewhere in California has written a book appealing to Catholics......

Stage Award For Spencer Tracy

Spencer Tracy has been awarded the "Catholic Stage Guild Award of Merit for Achievement in the Cause of Entertainment." The award is in the form of a bronze statuette of St,......

Last Slovak Bishop Is Removed

A " patriotic" priest. Fr. Scheer, has been appointed Vicar Capituiar of the diocese of Spis. in Slovakia, by the Minister for Relieious Affairs. With this appointment the last......

New Life For Homeless

Within the next twelve months 54,000 Germans who have lost their homes in countries east Of the Iron Curtain will be enabled to make new homes in U.S.A. and Canada. Their......

`you Are Partly To

blame for schism' CATHOLICS IN WALES ARE TOLD "OUR task is nothing less than bringing peace to our separated brethren in Wales" declared Dam J. Caesar, O.S.B., M.A., at a day of......

Archabbot Dies In Exile

Mgr. Kelemen, former Archabbot Ordinary of the thousand-year-old Pannohalma Benedictine Monastery in Hungary, has died, at 66 years of age, in exile in Latrobe, Pennsylvannia,......

I Ss Ionary's

cure for unemployment WITH a successful weaving industry and rice bank already under way, an American priest in Siaoloc. China, plans also to start a soap factory, an irrigation......

Catholics Asked To

oppose Bill For festival opethig MGR. Canon Collingwood, on behalf of Cardinal Griffin, is asking Catholics to support the objection to the Sunday opening of the Festival of......

3 Priests Who

aided Tito The Sacred Congregation of the Council has announced the major excommunication of three Yugoslav priests, who, according to a Vatican spokesman, " disobeyed......

Missionary Goes Native

PR. Francis Quirynen, a Flemish Jesuit of the Ranchi. Indian mission, believes that the best way to win the hearts of the native population is not only to live with them but to......

2,300 Miles To

say Mass To provide Catholic religious services to personnel on the island of Midway. the senior chaplain of the U.S. 14th Naval District at Pearl Harbour is flown 2.300 miles......

Indian Bishops Consecrated

Two Bishops of the Syro-Malabar Rite for new dioceses in India were consecrated in Rome last week in St. Teresa's Church by Cardinal Tisserant, Secretary of the Sacred......

Requiem For Late Prefect

The Holy Father attended a special Requiem Mass in the Sistine Chapel on Monday last, to commemorate the death of Cardinal Lavitrano, the late Prefect of the Holy Congregation......

Drift From Reds

The movement away from the Communist. controlled Italian General Federation of Labour still continues and no less than four trades unions have recently transferred to the Free......

Helicopter In St. Peter's Square

A HELICOPTER landed in St. "Peter's Square last weekend to bring a message to the Holy Father requesting a special Apostolic Benediction for the families of airmen killed in the......