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Unusual Gift ton (E) -- Fulfilling a he made a year ago, Cardinal Cushing of went to the home of Cunniff and of- in her living room 100th birthday. cardinal each year pens to members of the arch- who are approaching mark. He wrote to Mrs. Ctmniff: "If Lord spares you and I Will say Mass in your next Year." the aged woman d to the day. She when she the window and saw Cushing walking up s. Hey, Diogenes! Blow Out That Lamp Belmont, N.C. (IC) --The Bel- mont police chief read tile let- ter and was flabbergasted. When he recovered his com- posure, he made a bee-line for Belmont Abbey College, con- ducted by the Benedictines, and showed the letter. It read: Belmont City Court Belmont, Nortlt Carolina Dear Sirs: Recently, I was sorting out some old letters and palters which 1 had gathered up and Inmdled away after my gradua- tion from Behnont Abbey Col- lege in June of 1962. Among the papers I found a pink copy unity Scope of Retreat ant Cited by Prelate -w Orleans (N:) -- The pur- workshop of the National Cath- of the retreat movement rake one a "very reflcc. Person,,, and consequently ary effective" individual out the will of Christ involvement in the Archbishop Philip nnan of New Orleans ishop Hannan, address. s at a regional tsan Anthony Prayer aton, Fla.ln the 19th great aunt crusad- rights of women, an B. Anthony movement for strength. al prayer in the olic l,aymen's Retreat Confer- once, noted tile increased em- l)hasis on the role of the lay. man in the work of the Church at Vatican Council II. The ef- fectiveness of laymen in such work, be said, is based on "spiritual formation." He told delegates from four seuthern states, including Ark- ansas, that they have "a respon- sibility not only toward God, but to the con)munity." "Our Lord did not write one word of Scripture...tie only spoke tits doctrine and acted Ills doctrine. The effectiveness ()f His work was in His words and in His action," the arch- bishol) said. Archbishop Itannan told the delegates that in urging otllers to attend a retreat, they should remember that it is not only for tile good of the individual, but for "their involvement for the benefit of the community. "We cannot expect people to benefit the community unless they have studied the will of Christ," he said. "The objective of the retreat movement is to tell the world what Christ is by what we are." Nogalcs, Ariz., by Father The- odore Radtke who assisted lmr in enrolling at St. Mary Grad- uate School of Theology. Anxious to share with others the practice of personal prayer which led her through many years of unbelief to the Church, Dr. Anthony saw the beginning of her "brainchild"--a revival of personal prayer--during the first Conference on Spontan- eous Prayer conducted at St. Mary College. faculty member at Junior College namesake and grand- the Victorian suffra- came a convert to four years ago, raised in a family , Ill hot. own words, 'Te- , Was known for its ab- fine wifies since 1880 Sus% B' Anthony, who Perorate of philos- .e in theology last Mary College, Notre was formerly a :r reporter, radio corn- author and for six an ordained minister I Science in Ja- ndies, where she .a church, gave ser- La conducted classes. Was baptized in 1961 at TQble, Qessert, end Altar Wines of a traffic violation dated 23 but he was a Gaston Rural Of- May 1962. The citation serial ricer, badge No. 655, Unit E-4 number is No. 219224 and the of Gaston Station. violation was "disobeying a stop sign". I cannot qui.t.q nkake out the signature of the police officer that issued the ticket, Trio Assaults, Robs Priest Jersey City, N.J. (E) -- Thugs forced their way into the auto- mobile of a priest here, beat him with their fists and a pis- tol after he refused to hand over his money. Three men arrested in con- nection with the case were held on charges of armed robbery and assault and battery of Fath- er Francis A. Knutowicz, 48, a curate at Our Lady of Czesto- chowa parish. Police said that Father Knu- towicz had parked his car in the rectory garage, after an evening of bowling with his nel)hew, when the men, who apparently had been waiting outside the garage, entered. The men forced their way into Father Knutowiez's ear, be a t him and dragged him from his cat', police said. They took the priest's wallet, containing $40, a wristwatch and a set of keys, according to police. Subiaco Alumni Group Confers On New Buildings Subiaco -- Tim Building and Finance Committee of the Subi- ace Alumni Association met at New Subiaco Abbey here Jan- uary 8. The Committee com- prises a number of monks and several prominent laymen, un- der the chairmanship of Leo J. Krcbs of Little Rock. Key items on the agenda were reports on construction projects underway at Subiaco. Father Christopher Paladin(), O.S.B., submitted a report on the nearly-finished football stadium which was used for the first time last fall, and Leo tliegel, IAttle Rock architect, described plans for the new residence hall and gymnasium- fieldhouse now under construc- tion. Other matters discussed dealt with student recruitment for Subiaeo Academy and ar- rangements for financing vari- ous projects. All committee members par- ticipated in a late-morning con- celebrated Mass with the mo- nastic comnmniiy. The Mass was offered for two committee members who died recently, Oskar Rust of Greensburg, Ind., and William F. Elsken of Paris. Members of the committee present for the meeting were, besides Chairman Krebs, Fath- er Christopher and Mr. Hiegel, Abbot Michael Lansing, Prior Robert Lazzari, Fathers Ray- mend Wewers, Fintan Oldham, Paul Hoedebeck, and Benno Schluterman, O.S.B.; Jake Bez- ner, Carl Bopp, Leo Byrne, George Lansing, John Lueken, R. P. Maus, Matthe.w Post, and Joseph Walter. Convent Used As Theater Bonn (E)  A theater has been installed in a building once used as a convent by Fran- ciscan nuns in Prague, Czecho- slovakia, KNA, the German Catholic news ageney reported here. The report said the prop- erty was confiscated in 1950. Since that time the convent of- flees have been used by the Czechoslovak ministry for home affairs. At the same time, KNA re- parted that Father Josel)h Sve- rina, a former theology profes- sor at the Prague seminary, has been released from a com- munist jail in Czechoslovakia. Father Sverina was sentenced to 20 years in jail in 1953 for engaging in "espionage and ,agitation"., : against .;ilia :;tale., , Because both my personal in- tegrity and, I feel, the collec- tive integrity of the Belmont Abbey College are involved, I am enclosing my check No. 126 in tile sum of $11.00 which I trust will clear me on tile court records. Please accept my apol- ogies for the excessive delay in paying this fine. Your acknowledgment of this letter and payment will be ap- preciated. Best wishes for the Christ- mas Season and hopes for a quiet New Year. Sincerely, Robert B. Dante, LTjg U.S. Coast Guard 5821 Nevada Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20015 1 Church Violated In Sudan Nairobi, Kenya (E) -- A Su- danese army sergeant shot open the tabernacle of a Cath- olic church at Lirya in the southerl Sudan, consumed all the consecrated Hosts and then drank the church's altar wine, Sudanese refugees reported here. The same sergeant terrorized a number of villages in the southern part of the Sudan where government troops have been battling against a native uprising for a number of years. Sudanese fleeing across the border said the sergeant or. dcred the burning of Lirya vil- lage during which many per- sons were killed. lie was accused of taking all the food from the Catholic seminary in nearby Okaru and of trying to implicate tile semi- nary rector in the rebellion by concealing arms in the priest's car. The priest was acquitted o any crime. THE GUARDIAN JAN. 28, 196611 Q Church, Shoppers Guide ALTU$ St. Mary's Church. Sunday Mass. es: 8:00 and 10:00 AM. Holyday Masses: 8:00 AM. and 7:00 P.M. 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