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elberg I d row, fro m Thieler ,, George infer had tl during thi Assistinl me Thielet NIE M. i UR FAI ads will a} lorial00 departed 'PES 3r of x 2278 Citizens Called Cardinal Cushing Join Fight on Smut I released here anti-obscenity cam- on two fronts through the courts ,using of public smut distributors. pledged sup- movement within at large which suppression of and for the of those who are unscrupulously en- by providing sen with the means ,n." pointed out, "the gn against obscene be educative coercive. aW Points Ways .aW Points out the way lrtUous living," he said. 0t" itself compel people rtUous. No amount of l against indecent . Can be effective unless [large numbers become a that indecent litera- 0rally dangerous, and ae 2 voluntarily avoid WS.rnment Inspected =t. No. 499 VEAL PORK i PORK SAUSAGE SELECTED PRODUCTS purchasing and reading the killds of literature against which the law is directed." Cardinal Cushing called on those charged with enforcing and applying ttle law to avoid "hair splitting" distinctions about what is obscene. Instead, he said, they should use "the norms of decen- cy which prevails among repro. sentatives and respectable mem- bers of the community." The Cardinal cited as a "new and depressing" element in the obscenity problem "the effort which is being made in some quarters to minimize the dangers which arise in the prevalence of obscene literature, and to im- pede the application of existing laws . . . "It is this dishonesty casuis- tical evasion of the problem which has emboldened distribu- tors and retailers to offer openly for sale types of literature which only a quarter of a century ago would have fallen under univer- sal condemnation," he said. He added: "Let us not seek to defend the reading of obscene literature as a privilege guaran- teed by our human freedom. We object to censorship as a re- straint imposed upon us from without. Very well--then let us exercise our freedom by im- posing censorship upon our- selves. The most noble exercise of freedom is certainly not the choice of literary filttl." Concordia, Me., (E)--Students of St. Paul College here have been sent unsolicited packets of obscene literature, Dr. Leonard Dierker, St. Louis superintend- ent of schools of the Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church, has reported. The college enrolls students ranging from 14 to 19 years of age, and is a preparatory semi- nary for Concordia Lutheran Seminary in St. Louis. The un- solicited packets contained pic- tures of unclad women. It was the first reported attempt by smut peddlers to get their ma- terial inside a seminary. Concordia is located in west i00i0000nco 189a I I central Missouri, midway be-  LOcust 5-1535 I I tween Kansas City and Columbia. 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The weekday audiences have been redueed markedly, but the overflow has accumulated, with the result that tile Pope has llad to devote Sundays to visitors despite his wish to leave some time to himself. The last Sunday of May il- lustrates the heavy demands made on the Pope's time. He had indicated that he hoped the Sunday could be kept free. But the influx of visitors was so heavy that he had to give two extraordinary audiences on Sun- day, and he made 14 speeches to special groups. Pope John XXIII has named Msgr. Ferdinand Piontek, dean of the metropolitan chapter of Wroclaw Breslau, titular Bishop of Bares. The new Bishop will continue in his post as capitular vicar charged with administering the German areas of the Wroclaw archdiocese. Another bishop is in charge of the Polish areas. * * * The Knights of Columbus 'ouncils of Newark and Hacken- sack, N.J., were among groups present in a general audience granted by His Holiness Pope John XXIII. Pope John XXlII has named Msgr. Benedict Prlntesis as Archbishop of Athens. He had been Apostolic Administrator of the Athens archdiocese follow- ing the death April 8 of Arch- bishop Marius Macrionitis, S.J., of Athens. Before that Father Printesis was a parish priest. Pope John XXIII has received in audience Bishop Apollinaris W. Baumgartner, O.F.M., Cap., Vicar Apos*o]ic of Gnam; Bish- op James J. Sweeney of Hone- Sta'te Council of the Knights of Columbus pledged its support in the fight against indecent literature at its annual conven- tion here. A resolution united the K. of C. with others in support of the approach being made by the Citizens for Decent Literature. Washington, (E)--A bill speci- fically cited by the Post Office Department as strengthening its hand in the fight on mail order smut has been introduced in the U. S. House of Representatives. The measure, introduced by Rep. Kathryn E. Granahan of Pennsylvania, streamlines the Post Office's Administration pro- cedures in dealing with obscenity distributors, and closes loopholes used by purveyors to escape punishment. The bill was introduced fol- lowing a series of hearings on the problem of mail order obscenity, held by a postal sub- committee of which Rep. Grana- han is chairman. It joins two other measures currently before Congress which are likewise de- signed to tighten the ban on sending pornography through the mails. The Granahan bill has re- ceived the support of numerous representatives of church and civic organizations, in addition to spokesmen for the Post Of- rice. Its basic provisions were endorsed by John C. Hayes, new president of the National Coun- cil of Catholic Men, in testi- mony before Mrs. Granahan's subcommittee. Legion Condemns Cancel Vatican Wedding 'ussels. E  A scheduled Vatican wedding for Prince A!- bert of Belgium has been unex- !)ectedly called off by the Bei- *_uan government. Premier Gaston Eyskens sai ill a special statement broadcast to the nation that tbc plan had been drol.ped at the request of His Holiness Pope ,lohn XXlI1 wire was to have officiated at tim wedding. Prince Albert aBd Italian Princess Paola Ruf':o di Calabma will bc married :ustead at ciG1 and religious eel:emonies her.-- in Brussels, the Premier an- munced. The announcement came short- ly before the opening of debate in Parliament on the wedding. which has caused a political controversy here. The opp%i- ties Socialist party had calldd for the debate to demand that a civil wedding in Belgium pre- cede the religious marriage scheduled at the Vatican. lulu and Bishop Valeriano Ar- royo, O.F.M., Vicar Apostolic of Requena, Peru. Pope John XXIII invited the cardinals of the papal court to participate with him in the holy hour in St. Peter's basilica on 'tile Feast of the Sacred Heart ,June 5. It was announced that there must be no applause when the Pope enters the basilica, and everyone must be devoutly recol- lected to join the liturgy. / * * * Pope John XXIII has received in audience Senjin Tsuruoka, lapanese Ambassador to the Iloly See, who is returning to Japan to assume new duties. No successor to the Ambassador has yet been named by the JaPanese government. Pope John XXlll told dele- gates to a convention of the So- dalities of Our Lady that their work is "vast as theworld" and a benefit to society everywhere. He was speaking to 3000 dele- gates in St. Peter's basilica where he celebrated Mass on the occasion of the sodalities' "Universal Day." "To belong to the Sodalities of Our Lady", the Pope said, "means to manifest with greater devotion one's ties with the Church. Offices of the preparatory commission for the forthcoming ecumenical council have been established in the Vatican and will be part of the offices of the Secretariat of State: The commission is composed of the major officials of the var- ious Roman congregations which administer the Church's affairs. It is headed by His Eminence Domenico Cardinal Tardini, Vati-i can Secretary of State. * * * The Sacred Congregation of Rites has considered the causes of the founder of the Xaverian Missionary Fathers and of two Spanish martyrs. The conugregation discussed the introduction of the cause of the Servant of God Guido Maria Conforti, Archbishop-Bishop of Parma who founded the Xaver- fan Missionary Fathers. lie was born at Roadesio, near Parma Italy, on March 30, 1865. The congregation also exam- ined writings relating to Span- ish Dominican Father Domenico Ibanez de Erquicia and eight companions, who were martyred at Nagasaki on August 14, 1633. Father Dominic was born at Re- gil, Spain, in 1589; Also writings concerning the cause of Mari di San Guieseppe Parra, born on May 16, 1892, at El Sabinito, near Guadalajara, Spain. BP. MALLOY (Continued from page 1) and formerly served as its presi- dent. He was interested partic-! French Fffm ularly in the plight of migrant ...... h "" tiona" Le I workers in the United States. ew xor '1' e ra glen of Decec" has -laced the After his consecration as Bish- Fre,,-*, n,,, "I,roes P and Sin op of Covington in Fargo on "AY ..... ?? ,,, ...... "l January 10, 1945, he was en- ners in its t classmcauon, .- - Bisho- of Covin-ton - -  mronea as p g conaemnea, on January 25. The legion said in a state- At the time of his enthrone- ment of objection: l ment, the Catholic population of l "The sordid and morally de-lthe Covington diocese numbered i grading atmosphere in which thel 65,000. It now is 87,000. Under l theme of this film is developed his tenure, the number of par- is further compounded by bla- I ishes in the diocese has in- tant violations of Christian and creased from 69 to 80; the num- i traditional standards of decency, lber of priests from 125 to 207 both in situations and costum-land the number of Sisters from ing." 773 to 978. FINANCE FIRST-- then buy Choose your auto loan as carefully as you select your new car.  Low bank rates and sensible terms save you money. Finance your '59 at First National! ,  fr "1"* * NATION00/B00NK MEMBER: Federal Reserve System MEMBER: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation LEGION OF DECENCY CLASS ASECTION l (Unobjectionable) Alias Jesse James. Black Orchid; liandit of Zhobe; Battle Flame. Cosmic Man. Diary of Anne Frank; Darby O'Gill & the Little l'euph,. Escort West. Face of Fire; For the First Time; Five Pennies. Green Mansions Hey Boy, IIey Girl; Hercules. l ,Was Monty's Double; Isle of Lost Women; It Hnl,pened to Jane; ln- vitdbk, Invaders. Jnke Box Rhythm; John Paul Jones. King of the Wild Stallions. Little Savage. M 5'storlun s. Pork Chop Hill. Ride Lonesome. ubmarine Seahawk, Sleeping Beauty; Sha,ggy I)ng; Sad Hnrse; Son of Rom Hood. Tonka. bnwmquished; Up Periscope. Wntusi. Apache Territory Night Passage April Love Night to Attack of the Remember Puppet People Noah's Ark Bad Man's No Sleep Tlll Country Dawn Harbarian & No Time for The Geisha Sergeants Beginning of Old Yeller the End Old Man and Bernadine The Sea BolshoI Ballet Pather Panchali Buccaneer Quantrill's Buchanan Rides Raiders Alone Raiders of Old Campbell's California Kingdom Rawhide Trail Captain from Ride Out for Koepenick Revenge Cinerama South Rising of the Seas Adventure Moon Coldtiz Story Rack-a-bye*Baby Chase A Crooked Run Silent, Run Shadow Deep Cole Younger, Sabu and The Gunfighter Magic Ring Desert Hell Sad Sack Dnnkirk Saga of Embezzled Hemp Brown Heaven Search for From The Earth Paradise to The Moon Seventh Voyage From Hell to of Sinbad Texas Sierra Baron Good Day For Silent Enemy A Hanging Sing Boy Sing Gun Glory Smiley Gets A Hell's Five Hours Gun Hong Kent Affair Snowfire Confidential Spsee Children Inn of the Sixth Steel Bayonet Happiness St. Louis Blues In llctwecn Age Stopover Tokyo It, the Terror Story of Mankind from Beyond Street of Space Darkness CLASS A--SECTION 2 (Unobjectionable Adults. Adolescents) Arson for Hire. Cry from the Streets Devil Strikes at Night. First Man Into Space; Face of a Fugitive. Gunmen from Laredo; Gigantus, the Fire Monster: Gtan Behemoth; Gun- fight at Dodge City. Hangman; House on Haunted Hill: Hanging Tee; Here Come the Jets. Lone Texan; Last Train from Gun Hill; Law is the Law. Man in the Net. Nun's Story Roof. Stranger in My Arms; Shake Hands with the Devil. Thnnder in the Sun; Teenager from Outer Space. Verboten. Warlock; Wild and the Innocent; World, Flesh and th Devil; Woman Eter; Woman Obsessed. Colossus of Nowhere To Go New York Once 'Upon A Count Five and Horse Die Premier May Curse of The Reluctant Faceless Man Debutante Date with Restless Years Disaster Revenge of Dangerous Ynnth Fr, nkenstein Dateline Tokyo Revolt in the Demonlnqua Big' House Enchanted Island Ride A Crooked Fearmakere Mile Geistm Boy Screaming Skull Gunsmoke in Senior Prom Tucson She Demons CLASS A--SECTION 3 (Unobjectionable for Adults) A1 Caponc; Ask Any (lirl; Angry Hills. Compulsion; Count Your Blessings; Crim.o and l'unishment. Don't Give Up the Ship. Foor Skulls of Jonathan Drake. Gidget. Imitation of Life. Journey ; Jonas. Mistress; Mating Game; Man Who Could Cheat Dea,th. No Name on the Bullet" Never Steal Anything Small; Naked Main. Opertion Dames. Paratroop Command. Rio Bravo. Seventh Seal: Sound and the Fury; Speed Crazy. These Thousand Hills; This Earth ia Mine; Tank Commandos. Witches of Salem. Young Philadelphians. Anna Lueaet Machete As oung As Me and The We Are Colonel Auntie Marne Monster on Bell, Book and the Campus Candle Mugger Cat oa a Hot Murder by Tin Roof Contract Certain Smile Naked Eearth Crime & 0f Life and Love Punishment Pagans CLASS B (Objectionable in Part) Alaska Passage. Born Reckless; Beat Generation, Daddy-O. Eighth Day of the Week. Frankenstein's Daughter; Forbidden FTuit. Guns, Girls and Gangsters; Great St. Louis Bank Robbery. H Man; House on the Waterfront; Itorrors of the Black Museum; Headless Ghost. I, Mobster; lntent to Kill. Last Mile. Missile to the Moon; Middle of  Night. Night of the Quarter Moon. Room at the Top: Riot in Jure Me Prison: Road Racers. Some Like It Hot. Young Capives. Baby Face Nelson Mam'zelle Ptgalle Bayou My Gun Is Quick Big Caper Night of the Blood of Draeula Blood Beast Blood of The No Sun in Venice Vampire Panama Sal Bonnie Parker Panic in The Story Parlor Bride Is Much Pantaloons Too Beautiful Party Girl Bride and The Perfect Furlough Beast Perisienne Cat Girl Poor But Checkpoint Beautiful Confessions of Portland Expose Felix Krull Queen of Dragstrip Riot Outer Space 18 & Anxious Rally Round The Fiend Who Flag, Boys. Walked Reform School Forbidden Island Girl Gang War Screaming Mimi Girl in the Bikini Some Came Girls On The Running Loose Sorority Girl God's Little Acre Teenage Wolf Green Man Pack Hell Drivers That Certain Itidden Fear Feeling" Hot Car Girl The West CLASS C (Condemned) Heroes and Sinners. Question of Adultery Third Sex. Light Across the Pot Bouille Street Sins of The Mademoiselle Borglas Striptease Smiles of A Maid In Paris Summer Night Miller's Beautiful Snow Ie Black Wife Stella SEPARATE CLASSIFICATION Adam and Eve Case of Dr. Laurent (Film acceptable. ClaeMfieatlon refers to eensgtional advertiMng.) Pope Urges Wide Decency L egmn Support Paterson, N.J. (El- His t{oli- n neo Pgsi!2nJ.O i1 tcXa2hrIOI!ic : !Or t e@ the National Legion of Decency, a letter released here reveals. Sent on the occasion of the legion's silver jubilee, the letter also emphasizes that the import- ance of the agency has not di- minished during its 25 years. The letter was sent on behalf of the Pope by His Eminence Domenico Cardinal Tardini, Vatican Secretary of State, and received here by Bishop James A. McNulty of Paterson, chair man of the U.S. Bishops' Com- mittee on Motion Pictures, Radio and Television. The Holy See's letter calls the organization which rates movies on a moral basis as a "cour- ageous enterprise" and points out that it has been imitated in other countries. "American Catholics c a n therefore be legitimately proud of the achievements they in- spired, and, at the same time, should remain convinced that the necessity of the Legion of Decency has in no way dimin- ished," the letters says. "On the contrary, its import- ance grows even greater at the present time when, sad to say, there are many private persons and even public officials who no longer succeed in distinguish- ing, among the events of life. what things must always and everywhere be considered moral or immoral. "The Sovereign Pontiff, then, paternally encourages the Cath- olics of the United States of :America, exhorting them to re- main unflagging in their support of the legion; to take pains to find out, before attending any spectable (film), the moral classi- fication given by the legion and to be faithful and generous in following its recommendations which are intended solely for the greater good of their souls and for the defence of the noblest values of our civilization." BISHOP (Continued from page 1) of unspecified Chinese laws. Subsequently, the U.S. State Department pressed the Chinese Red regime for information about the Bishop, but learned only that he was "under investi- gation." U.S. officials were told further that the investigation of the Bishop was "an internal Chi- nese matter and none of their business/' ' Before his arrest last October the Bishop had repeatedly as- serted that he would remain in China as long as possible. He said he felt his presence gives moral support to Chinese Cath- olics in resisting communist per- secution. Bishop Welsh went to China in 1918 as a missionary. After his consecration as a bishop in 1927, he served as Superior Gen- eral of the Maryknoll Fathers from 1936 to 1946. He returned to China in 1948, a year before the communists took over the country. The news of Bishop Welsh was received with gtatitude by Cath- olics here, but other informa- tion received indicates that the Reds are intensifying their per- secution of the Church. It was learned here that six Chinese Jesuit priests were ar- rested and imprisoned recently by the communists in Zikawei, a suburb of Shanghai. The priests were reportedly accused of re- fusing to cooperate with the schismatic Patriotic Association of Chinese Catholics. The arrest of the priests brings to 38 the number of Jesuits imprisoned in Red China. These include two members of the hierarchy: Bishop Ignatius Kung, S.J., of Shanghai, arrest- ed in September, 1955, and Bish- op Dominic Tang, S.J., of Can- ton, arrested in February, 1958. Cardinal Installed As Protector Siena, Italy, (E)--Two American bishops were among the hun- dreds who witnessed the instal- lation of His Eminence Domen- ico Cardinal Tardini, Vatican Secretary of State, as Cardinal Protector of the Olivetan Bene- dictine Congregation here. THE GUARDIAN JUNE 5, 1959  7 -0000OGY for the--00YMAN Hdy Spirit By Frank J. Sheed Th e produc ing, pr daces tion of a See careful upon end person doe; not exhaust th( infinite r ic h- ness of the di- vine nature. Our Lord tells us of a Thh'd Person. Them is a Spirit, to big, produces the Third. But b this--the ' Second woceeds froln, is produced by, be Virst alone; but lhe Third, he /{ely Spirit, proceeds from ""alher and Son, as they, tom- 'line 1o exl)ress their love;Thus u Ill(, Nicene Creed we"ay of *lira "qui cx patre filioqUe pro. 'odt"--who ln'ocecds from the :';llher and the Son; and in the whom Our Lord will entrust His followers when tte ttimself shall have ascended to the Father. "I will ask the Father and tfe will give you another Paraeletc that Ire may abide with you" (John xiv. 16). The Spirit, like the Word, is a person, lie, not It. "But the Paraclcte, the Itoly Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, tie will teach you all things" (John xiv. 26). As we have already seen there is one huge and instant differ- ence between God's Idea and any idea we may form. Ills is Some- one, ours is only something. With an idea whieh is only something, there can be no inu- tuality: the thinker can know it, it cannot know him: hc can ad- mire its beauty, it cannot admire his; he can love it, it eannot re- turn his love. But God's Idea is Someone, and an infinite Some- one; between Thinker and ](tea there is an infinite dialogue, an infinite interflow. Father and Son love each other, with infinite intensity. What we could not know, if it were not revealed to us, is that they unite to express their love and that the expres- sion is a third divine Person. In the Son, the Father utters ltis self - knowledge; in the tIoly Spirit, Father and Son utter their nmtual love. Their love is infinite; its ex. pression cannot be less. Infi. site love does not express its very self finitely: it can no more produce inadequate ex. pression than infinite knowl- edge can produce an inade- quate Idea. Each gives Him- self wholly to the outpouring of His love for the Other, hold- ing nothing backindeed the very thought of holding back is ridiculous; if they give themselves at all, they can give themselves only totally-- they possess nothing but their totality! The uttered love of Father and Son is infinite, lacks no perfection that they have, is God, a Person, Some- one. As the one great operation of spirit, knowing, produces the Second Person, so the otimr, 10v- w'mtum Ergo we sing :tb Him ",woce(denii ab utroquen to iln who proceeds froni;b0th. We have seen tim fit. ess of he frames Son and Word.; for the qeeond Person. Why iS" the Third called Spirit? ' :.,' Here the word Splrilike the old English Ghost--l best nndcrstood as "breathiThis is the root meaning; oUr Tordi- nary word spirit com from it. because spirit is invlsible, as air is. It is in its root,mean- ing that Spirit is the name of le Third PersonHe Is the "breath" or "breating" of Father and Son. ' That is Our Lord's, chosen nalne for ttim: and it 'Is. more than a name: He breathes.upon the auostles as He says "Receive ye the Holy Ghost"; when the Holy Ghost descends upon them at Pentecost, there is at first the russing of a mighty wind, We may wonder Wiy the q'hird I'crson who is the utter- :)nee of the love of Father and Son should be called their Breath. Let us note two things. It is of universal experience that love ha an effect upon the breathing, it is a simple fact that the lover's breath coms faster. And there is a close connection between breath and life -- when we stop breathing, we stop living. U1 the Nicene Creed the Holy Spirit is called "the Lord and giver of life." The link b- tween life and love is not hard to ee, for love is a total sel/- giving, and so a giving of life. On final reminder. We sw how the Second Person is will- in the same nature, as an idea is always within the , thinker's mind. 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