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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 30, 194s PACE / Kin ( VVI,CeVER YOU F.CBVES ME. TEY 5tT THE Convert, Medal Of Posthumously Ind. (D-- Posthumous nation&apos;s highest dec- valor, the Congres- of Honor, has been Lieut. Harry J. Michael, The medal was ore- his father, Plomer R. at the White House in of the 318th Infantry, Lieutenant Michael :atholic in August 1944 at Santa Ann Base in California. He Congressional Medal for tar Neiderzerf, Germany, platoon in seizing their and capturing, killing 85 of the enemy. Lg for a hidden was taking a deadly his men, he met his ttenant Michael wrote d saga of heroism in bat-packed hours," the Stamp Collectors and Foreign Stamps for Sale. 20c, 25c and $I.00 packages at GUARDIAN PRESS Primate Portugal Defines Position Of lt,lG ,,I-I!!lOll I tt:ltiltli'AlOUTJE,<J Convert Is One Of First Nuns To Reach Iceland After War Reykjavik. 00-- Two nursing Sisters of St. Joseph Chambery, the first Catholic Nuns to reach Iceland from Europe since the be- ginning of the war, have arrived at Meeks Field in an American plane from Stockholm. They were met at the airport by Bishop Johannes Gunnarsson, Vicar Apos- tolic of Iceland. Sister Maria Stanislaus, the fourth native-born Icelandic wo- man to become a professed Relig- ious since the so-called Reforma- tion, is a convert from Lutheran- ism. She became interested in Catholicism while working as a nurse's assistant in St. Joseph's Hospital, Reyjavik, and was in- structed and received into the Church by Bishop Gunnarsson. Arriving here with her was Sister Elizabeth, a native of the Italian I Tyrol. I Pl%s Calendar:A=Braille i w York: 00--A Catholic cal- 'endar in Braille, for 1946 noting the feast of the Church, holydays of obligation, days of fast and ab- stinence, together with patrons and pious practices for each day, will be published by the Xavier Free Library for the Blind here if sufficient orders can be obtain- ed, the Rev. William S. Dolan, S.J., director, has announced. St. Anthony's .. Church In Politics Washington. {D--The Church is Potuguese motherland," and pray- above and beyond the concrete ed "that the friendship and hat- politics of regimes systems, gee- many of all Portugeuse may de- ernments, parties, programs and velop even more in the recognition personalities. She has no right to of authority, in the respect of all intervene with her dignity and au- legitimate liberties, both individ- thority in partisan decisions and ual and political, and in the tm- profane problems, since they do provement of the economic, intel- not fall into the religious and mor- lectual and moral conditions of the al sphere. But Catholic citizens more under-privileged classes." are not above and beyond politics. They have the duty of cooperating = : : for the public welfare according tO iPerui HOSt TO their means and abilities. This definition of the role of the Church was given to the Catholics of Portugalby Cardinal Manuel I Pax R0marla Goncalves Cerejeira, Patriarch of D( Lisbon, in a radio message moni- tored in this country by the Fed- eral Communications Commission. Next March The Cardinal's message preceded by a few days the elections in Portugal, which took place on No- vember 18 and, according to early Lima, Peru. 0)The Second reports, confirmed the regime Inter-American Assembly of Pax headed by Premier Antonio de Romans, under the auspices of the Oliveira Salazar by an over- two branches of University Cath- whelming majority, olic Action of Peru, will be held in The Cardinal's message remind- this capital from March 10 to the ed Catholics, according to the FCC 19. Directors of University Cath- report, that "in a representative olic Action in all American coun- tries have been informed of plans, regime the vote does not appear to i and official invitations will be us only as a right, but more than sent out later by the Bishop Leo- that, as an obligation of con- nardo Rodriguez Ballon, O.F.M., science." Catholics, by political of Huancayo and Capitular Vicar abstention, deprive "society of the of the Archdiocese of Lima. treasures of light and charity which the Christian conscience Hope has been expressed that possesses," the Cardinal said. "and many United States delegates will the presence of Catholics in poll-attend. Discussions will center tics and other forms of public ac- about basic cultural problems tion should be like an instrument which concern the Catholic student of redemption." today. The present "great confusion rampant in the political world" is Washington. (E)--The Interne- largely due to the fact that the tional Secretariat of Pax Romans world lacks the absolute principles has made a promise to Pope Plus by which to judge such terms as XII, that it will collaborate to the democracy, liberty, authority, jus- utmost with the aid of all univer- rice, order, family, fatherland, sity federations in the world, to- patriotism, morals and duty, the ward spiritual and material re- :Ut. tl[ Cardinal is quoted as saying. The construction of university life in 0tIL- world "has failed to know the true war-stricken countries. nature of man because it has fail- The promise was revealed here ed tO know Christ and, through bx Professor Joaquin Ruiz Gime- Christ, God Who created and re- nez, of the Universities of Madrid generated it," he added, and Seville, International PresS- In conclusion, the Cardinal gave dent of Pax Romans, addressing a thanks to God "for the coming of meeting of the Institute for Latin- peace, for the benefits or order American Studies at the Catholic and progress enjoyed by the University of America. Prof. Gimenez reviewed the I Archb. task of "fully accomplishing" this i /',l_.'_,USning Asks promise and said plans of in-I 1 946 P g, :.. mediate action decided on at re-[ -.onara.ern.y cent meetings included financing I To Meet In Boston the construction of new univer:[-- sity buildings, aiding repatriation F% s Washington. (D -- Archbishop of thousands of displaced students, rrlsoners from Richard J. Cushing has extended and temporary maintenance of an invitation to the Episcopal those who, like the Poles, are not Russia Greeted Committee on the Confraternity of yet able to return. North Ameri- opChristianEdwinDctrine'v. O'Haraf whichof K ..... ..... Bish- wardedcan universitygenerousStudentScontributionshave for-to ayn-- ,,noy,_ Father: City is Episcopal Chairman, to the Central Secretariate in Fret- Vatican City. (C--(Radio)--Sev- hold a National Catechetical Con- burg, Prof. Gimenez said. green of the Confraternity at Boa- eral hundred former Italian pris- ton some time in I946. ::: oners of war who had returned Seven of these National Con- Five Jesuit Priests from Russia were received in au- greases have been held in this dience by His Holiness Pope Plus country so far, the last of them at Reported Killed In xii. Addressing the men, many Philadelphia in 1941. Plans for a of whom bore marks of their long Congress at Kansas City in 1945 Java Insurrection imprisonment, the Holy Father had to be abandoned in compli- New York. (DNine residents consoled them over their long ab- ance with defense transport regu- of a Jesuit community, including sence from home and encouraged lesions. The regular meeting of five priests, were killed by Indo- them in the resumption of nor- Diocesan directors of the Confra- nesian insurgents during civil dis- real lives. ternity took place however. turbances in Magelang, Central The Pope told the former pris- According to present plans Na- Java, on November 1, according loners that all during the war the Hospital tional Catechetical Congresses will to word received here from Java, :Holy See had made many efforts, be held again every second year, the Netherlands Information Bur- unfortunately too often not suc- with regional conference taking eau announces, cessful, to provide communications W..2nd Street MORRLTON, ARK. place in the intervening years. The Indonesian extremists executed between prisoners in distant lands  national center of the Confratern- five Jesuit priests, two Brothers, a and their loves ones at home, and Sty of Christian Doctrine, which Javanese resident, and an Am- affirmed again his paternal in- ,,,,,,  iml is operated as a bureau of the bonese sexton, the report stated, terest in all men who return to Executive Department of the Na- J The priests reported killed are the ------------ , PARK tional Catholic Welfare Confer- Revs. G. Minderop, J. Vesteegh, ence, is now in its eleventh year L. Weve, G. Aben, and J. Schout- Campbell, Mallory , Radio Service of activity and is serving 110 arch- !en. The names of others killed I & Colvert dioceses and dioceses in the Unit- ,were reported as W. Mooi and Sales- R.epa, lring ed States. Dirjosoewito, Brothers, and Wid-II INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS ioseenato, a Javanese member of i] Aet] Floor Walla Bldg. Hegarty Felix Meuwly k]JOR R ISO  the community. 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