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MARCH 26, 1949 THE BULLETIN 0'THECATHOL[C IAYME'I;S ASs()CIATION OF GEORGIA SEV TM St. Patrick's Parish, Charleston, Marks 1005 Anniversary on trial before a jury of radio lis- (Special to The Bulletin) CHARLESTON, S. C. -- T h e ll2th anniversary of the founding of St. Patrick's parisl "was cele- brated on St. Patrick's Day with a Solemn Pontifical Mass, offered by Bishop Emmet M. Waish of Charleston. Bishop Walsh was assisted by Monsignor James J. May, Vicar General of the Diocese of Charles- ton, ag assistant priest; Father J. W. Carmody and Fatlmr J. Alexis Westbury, as deacons of honor; Monsignor John I,. Manning, D. D., Chancellor of the Diocese of Charleston, as deacon, and Father Henry F. Wolfe, subdeacon. Fath- er John B. Adair was master of ceremonies. The "sermon was delivered by Monsignor Joseph L. O'Brien, S. T. D., LL.D., pastor of St. Pat- rick's Church, and tile Mass was sung in Gregorian chant by a choir of one hundred children from St. Patrick's School. Monsignor Martin C. Murphy, V. F., of Columbia, was the speak- er at a dinner given for the clergy in the evening at the Francis Marion Hotel. In 1837, Bishop Jolm England of Charleston appointed Father Patrick O'Neill pastor of a new parish which was being organized in Charleston. On the next St. 1 " , Patrick's Day the cornerstone oil S '. MARY'S CHURCH, GREENVILLE--The interior of St Mary's Church Greenville S C shown the fit:st St Patricks Church w s [ above con|pie|ely redecorated within the last few years widen tte im)osin edifice was re'novated a " ' ....  l . g . blessed, and on St. Patrick's Day I and enlarged and a magntflcent hturgical altar installed, now fulfills the ardent desire of Mcsig- 1886, the cornerstone of the pres-' I nor A. K. Gwynn, P. A., who has beeti pastor of St. Mary's since 1900 ent St. Patrick's Church was laid. [ .... ........... " o  jR. r 6. Assemnty Itos! ,:,,t, CATHOLIC DOCTRINES 'At B ...... --_ n_.,__L_ --'---v ...... rs zn PLACED ON "TRIAL"" mlIUNI IU 10fldfllOfl P /' f ' 1 . . t BROOKLYN-----?--NNC, Teachings On Washington's Birthday t00anaaa t/rge 00ppoznrm..ent at of the Catholicmrch"-are placed (Speeial 00nlle.n) A mbasSador to the Vatican OTTAWA.--(NC)--The appoint- ment of a Canadian Ambassador to the Vatican is being urged hy sev- eral influential secular news- papers. The matter also was brought up recently in the House of Commons. Wolfe. pastor ot  the Sacrel Heart Church, and faithful friar of the assembly, spoke on "The Church and Our Order." teners in the program "You Sit in Judgment," presented by the Joan of Arc Players over Station WWRL here. Father John F. Moo- ney of St, Joan of Arc Church, Brooklyn, is the author. Among the players is Joseph Curtian, "Mr. North" of the CBS "Mr. and Mrs. North" program, who acts as attor- ney defending the Catholic dogma. Eight 15-minute broadcasts com- plete the series. CtIARLESTON, S. C. -- Dr. Cl|arles Callan Tansill, a nmmber of the faculty of Georgetown Uni- versity, Washington, D. C., was the principal speaker at the annual Washington's Birthday banquet of Bishop P. N. Lynch Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Coin|n- bus, at the Francis Marion Hotel. Dr. Tansill responded to the traditional toast, "The Day We Celebrate," and Father Henry F. VAN 6. WHITE, Pres. L.J. FORRESTER, V. P., Sec. 8, Treas. Greenville Auto Sales, Inc. .... "" ' PHONES 58 & 59 Cot. E. McBee & Ckuk GREENVILLE, S. DEALERS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE .MORTGAGE LOANS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AUTHORIZED INVESTMENT SECURITIES ALESTER G. FURMAN CO. Greenville, S. C. , J d ' Established 1888 Telephone Dial 2-5661 ' ..... .,z;!: The "Evening Telegram" of To- ronto called the lack of an Ambas- sador a "glaring vacancy." The Globe and Mail of Toronto called Vatican City one of tile world's great clearing houses for diplomatic news and said: "That Canada's foreigin service would be greatly strengthened by the ap- pointment of a Minister to the Vat- ican is not open to argument." The Examiner Qf Pelerborough, Ont., asserts that information rel- ative to world affairs often reaches the Itoly See before it is in the tiands of other chancellories. "No ilistorian or student of world af- fairs has ever permitted himself to under-value the political and eco- nomic acumen of the Vatican Sec- retariate . . . A Canadian Minis- ter cpuld join the diplomatic corps at the Vatican with great advan- tage to this country." L'Aetion Catholique, French lan- guage daily of Quebec, pointed out that the last two countries to name orificial representatives to the Holy See were lndia and Egypt, the first being made up mainly of Buddhists and the second of Mos- lems. Yet Canada, more than forty per cent Catholic, has no repre- sentative at the Vatican. The edi- torial concluded by showing that no one has done more for peace than the Holy Father. "Canada, Catholic and non-Catholic, thinks too much like the Pope on the gerat peril that menaces the world not to join with him and many oth- er nations." U. S. REPRESENTATION AT VATICAN URGED BY LANDON FORT WORTH, Texas.--(RNS Alfred Landon, 1936 Republican presidential nominee, declared here that the United States should have v, diplomatic representative at the Vatican because tile Catholic Church "is the only Christian body that is really organized on a world-wide scale." Landon said there are some things about tile Catholic Church he ds not like, "just as there are some things about my own Meth- odist Church that I don't like." But, he added, dislike of certain types of governments does not constitute a good reason for refus- ing to maintain diplomatic rela- tions with tl|em. BISHOP JULES JEANMARD of Lafayette has been made a Com- mander of the French Legion of ltonor, according to a notice re- ceived by the Bishop from Ilenrl Bonnet, French Ambassador in Washington. Lionel Vasse, French Consul General in New Orleans, will make tile presentation of the honor which expresses "the grtti- 'rude of the G.overmfient of France for inestimable services rendered for so many years for the promo- tion of French culture and Franc0- American friendship." . Sister Mary Agnes Dies in Baltimore SAVANNAH, Ga. -- News has been received here of the death in Baltimore of Sister Mary Agnes Lavin, R. S. M. Daughter of the late Mr. an(i Mrs. Michael J. Lavin, of Savan- nah. Sister Mary Agnes died on the thirty-sixth anniversary of her profession as a Sister of Mercy. The former Miss Vera Lavin, Sister Mary Agnes was well knows in Savannah, having visited St. Vincent's Convent and St. Joseph's tIospital here on a number of oc- casions. An accomplished musician, Sis- ter Mary Agnes taught music for many years at Mount St. Agnes College, Baltimore, and funeral services were held in the chapel of the Provincial House of the Sisters of Mercy of tile union at Mount Washington, near Baltimore. Survivors of Sister Mary Agnes include two nieces. Miss Eleanor Beytagh and Miss Nonie Beytagh, both of Savannah. MRS. MARION COISTANTINE DEATH IN ALBANY OF ALBANY, Ga.--Funeral services for Mrs. Marion G. Constantine, who died here on February 28, were held at the Good Shepherd Church, Duluth, Minn. Mrs. Constantine, who had been living in Albany for the past eigh- teen months, is survived by her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Anthony Iago, of Oak Ridge, Tenn., Mrs. Charles King, Wichita, Kans., and Mrs. --lanche Matt, Du- luth; two sons, Astor Kuberra and Walter.Kuberra, Duluth; a sister, Mrs. William Chyles, Mandan, N. D., a brother, James .Dvoracek, Mandan, N. D., and ten grandchil- dren. ) MRS. LAURA F. HART DIES IN SAVANNAH SAVANNAIt, Ga.--Funeral ser- vices for Mrs. Laura Ferraro Hart, who died February 23, were held a' the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Mrs. Hart is survived by her husband, George Hart; four daugh- ters, Miss Theresa Ferraro. Miss Madeline Ferraro. Mrs. Edgar De- Loach and Miss Jeannette Ferraro five sons, Vincent J. Ferraro. B. L. Ferraro. John J. Ferraro, George Hart,'Jr., and Francis Ilart' two sisters, Mrs. Charles Hirschhaurer and Mrs. Mary Spanick. of Balti- more, Md.; her father, Frank Pos- lanowicz, Baltimore: a brother, Walter Potanowicz. Baltimore; nine grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. / JOSEPH E. LENZER DIES IN SAVANNAII \\; SAVANNAH, Ga.--Father Timo- thy Flaherty, O. S. B., assistant pastor of the Sacred Heart Church, officiated at funeral services held on February 22 for Joseph E. Len- zer. Mr. Lenzer was born in Savan- nah. March 31, 1867. He is surviv- ed by a son, John Lenzer; two daughters, Mrs. Mabel L. Knight, Savannah, and Mrs. Estella Wil- liams, Jacksonville, and by twelve grandchildren and eleven great- grandchildren. FATIIER MORRISSEY DIES IN CHAPEL HILL CHAPEL HILL, N. C.--The Rev. Francis J. Morrlssey, D. D., first I resident chaplain at th Univer ity of North Carolina died here on March 16. As ,a priest of the Diocese of Raleigh, Doctor Morrissey first ' served as pastor of St. Mary's Church, Goidsboro, then as a mis- sionary with the North Carolina Apostolate, with headquarters at Nazareth. and since 1934 as chap- lain at the university. MRS. TIMOTHY FYLNN DIES IN SAVANNAH SAVANNAH, Ga.--Funeral ser- vices for Mrs. Elite McAuliffe Flynn, wife of the late Timothy J. Flynn, who died February 24, were held at the Sacred Heart Church. Mrs. Flynn, a native of Ireland, had lived in Savannah practically all of her life. She is survived by a son, Joseph T. Flynn; a sister, Mrs. Margaret Fitzpatrick. and several nieces and nephews. MRS. MARY McCREDMOND FUNERAL IN SAVANNAIi SAVANNAH. Ga.--Funeral ser- vices for Mrs. Mary McCredmond, who died March 2, were held at the Blessed Sacrament Church. Fa- ther Daniel J. McCarthy officiat- ing. Mrs. McCredmond, a native of County Leitrim, Ireland, had lived most of her life in Savannah. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Mary McCredmond and Miss Mar- garet M. McCredmond, both of Sa- vannah, and a brother, Terrence: O'Rourke. of Ireland, JLnd ral nieces aad nephew ......... o