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llllalverlnl Passes Anotlterilvlilestone 'i'owarcl lGocll!
Francis J. Doyle,'.lr.,‘ K.
On Rent Commission
phia of the Federal Rent Control
Board, which expired July 31', 1953.
Civic Leader - '
The only member of the Commis-
sion in the real estate profession,
Doyle is president or the Northeast
Real Estate Brokers Association, and
Philadelphia Real Estate Board. He
is the vice-president of Francis J. a
Doyle, 1nc., realtors and ‘insurance
hrnkars, established by his father in
Man of Malvern for-more than -
ten years, Doyle was appointed an
Associate Captain in 1951, recruit-
his.wife and seven children.
Mass. Above picture g es
I glimpse of the Chapel in-
tions of the Cross, carved
‘in '. Beyond the arch
doorway a cluistered walk
connects the Chapel with
The organ is located in A small niche heyolul the middle archway
rm: FIRST MASS in Our Ladyii chapel nus raid suiurdny, Auglisl 15. The Feast or rhe
Assumption, by Father Kane. The chapel uai lillcil to raouclty, the congregation consisting
principally or -
aunual week-end retreat. servers at the Mass acre lictrealanis rlaunagau and Ed rriel, Jr.
in the background.
nieniberii of the Eight-Three (iroup, headed by Ed rriel. who we
rolloning lloly common.
ion the celebrant or ihc
riisi Mass carries the
Chalice to the lipistle side
or the rarrera marble Al-
-tar for the essential wine
and water required at this
part of Holy Mass. Near
the Altar is ii statue or
Christ the King. curred or
wood in the modern motif.
The Franciscans Are Here!
- Franciscan Fathers arrived at
Malvern Friday, September 4, to
conduct retreats through September
These priests will rollow the two
'Augnstinian . Fathers who have
served as reti-eatamasters since the
lirst of June.
During september the meditations
and other services will be under the
directional nev. Alphonsus Ryan,
0.F.M d Rev. Gerard Fitzsim-
inons, 0.1=‘.ltl. The October exercises
will he conducted by Rev. Matthew
Miller, o,r‘.lll., and Rev. Stanislaus
Father Kane again said that he
- has received words of praise about
the splendid work so far done by
the Augustiniarls, and hy the Vincen-
tians and Jesuits Who preceded them.
Judge Flood Also Quite Active
in Civic, Educational Fields
‘By THOMAS P. o'tlALLb:ir
Judge Gerald F. Flood, c. A. captain of the James A. Flaherty
Memorial Group, ii hoard director and a member or the executive committee
of the Men or lllalvern, has been on the bench of the common Pleas court
here for more than 16 years. .
e is a lecturer on practice at the University of Pennsylvania Law
School; a member of the Sta
to Supreme Court‘: committee to revise the
procedural rules of practice in its Common Pleas Courts, and of the American
Law Institute as an adviser on the codihcation of the criminal law.
A trustee of Inimaculata College
and a former trustee of his aim
mater, the University of Pennsyl-
., :.x‘ '
HON. GERALD F.
vnnia, he is president of its law
school alumni and has been perennial
president or his low class (1924) in
which senior year he finished number
one in his class-or as the university
acclaimed him-cum lnude.
He was also president 01 his col-
lege alumni and the general alumni
A former teacher of advanced Eng-
lish at his other alma mater, Roman
" Catholic High School, he was its
alumni president in its 1940 Golden
Jubilee Year. ‘
La Salle College conferred upon
him the degree of Doctor of Laws in
nrst chairman here of the
Fair Employment Practices Commis-
Co it of
Pris Penn-ylvania Prison
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Rector Blesses,Nevv Chapel,
Celebrates Its First Moss
E)’ -lAhll<lS J. TIGI-IE
Holy Mass was celebrated tor the first time in the beautiful chapel in
OUR LADY'S HALL, at hlulvern,,suturday, August 15, the Feast of
The Assumption. ' ' '
colebrant oi‘ the Mass was Rev. William J. Kano, rector or St. Joseph's-
in-the-Hills. - '
immediately prior to the oiicrilll; of the Divine siirririce at the Altar,
Father Kane, by virtue of special rurultieo grnnlui him tor the ‘occasion by
His Excellency, Must Rev. John 1-‘. O'Hara, c.s.c., Archbishop or Phila-
delphia, blessed both the outside and inside of the structure in accordance
with liturgical rule. .
on the Eve of The Assumption,‘ the first meditation for the regular
week-end l-etreatants was given in the chapel by Father William Carney.
O.S.A.' Then rolloweil the first Benellicliun, by the Reverend Rector.
The Feast or The Assumption was . glorious day in the hallowed hills
of Malvorn, it seemed as though the Blessed lllothcr, herself, smiled with
loving tenderness on all the exercises marking tho opening or the new
chapel in her honor. The great sweep or green lawn, thc llowers of varie-
gated colorings, the shrubbrry and thc trres, all bursting with life, were
flooded with golden sunshine that literally turned the sanctified acres into
a taerylsnd of delight. And above and beyond the ceruleln skies served as
a great canopy. its tintcd blue recalling the Lovely Lady rersrred to in
Mary Dixon Thayer’s poctic prayer, --our Lady":
"Lovely Lody, dressed in blur, tench mo how to pray!
God was just your little Bay, tell ma what to my!"
lllAL"EllN' GLOIUFIES GOD
Thus, on I day set apart by Holy Mother Church to honor the Blessed
Mother's Advent into Heaven, the Men or Malveril achieved another impor-
tnnt step in the forward march to make llilllvern is truly living and hating
monument to the greater glory or the Elernnl Father.
h the blessing of the Chapel and thc Muss gave concrete evidence
of the youthful vitality that‘stilI motivates the Philadelphia Laymen’a
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ACT NOW-83 ol tlta- lso Rooms Already rolren
MEMORIALS-NEW BUILDING V ‘
ST. .IOSEPH'S-IN -IHE-HILLS
FURNISHING OF SINGLE ROOM. . .5250.00
(INCLUDING muss MEMORIAL rum ,
Write to the Rector
Rev, William J. l<one,'Nlolvern, Pa.
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO lAVMEN'S WEEK-END RETREAV lEACvUE
Rooms will be located on ‘various noori according
’ to order of payment , ’ ‘
Honor the Liring '
Commemorale the Dead
Malvern Dinner Feb. 9 to
Be Outstanding Occasion
With the date of February 9 set
as the day for the annual dinner of
Men of lllalvern, members of the Re-
reat League already are giving evi-
dence that the 1954 event will be
larger and better than any that
have preceded it.
v John Green, vice chairman
ported that the CA captains or the
so week-end units comprising the
i-ank.and.nle of retreatants are now
The dinner will again be held in
convention Hal .3 to the
than 4200 persons. Women, as usual,
will be welcomed.
Although plans still are in a tenta-
tive stage, those attending the af-
fair may be assured of the presence
of an outstanding speaker, and others
well known in public life.
U. ol P. Honors
Two of the lfnivcrsily oz Pen r
v:lnia's gruaicst iostbull hcror who
have lmurl elected to the National
Flmrbilll Hall of Flillte at liutgrrs
University, will be honored at the
Penns 'lVan anilcrbilt garlic on
rranlilin Fit-ld, srpirnihcr 26.
T. Truxtoli llzlrv, SL‘lI‘('tA‘1l by wal-
ter camp for men, 1595, lssm and
1900 All.Ami-rii--.i trains, and wil-
linin ll. llolli-iiluirlr, a l'lII"mh0l" or
Camp's was rlcvou, will be presented
with duplicates of plaques to be hung
in the lieu of Fame. ,
Bill Holleiiliuvh is Ll member or the
Palm sunday Group of Men of Mill-
Of the forty Pl-nnsylvatn’ ns who
George woinlruir, won 48, lo-'t 5, and
tied 2, including a perfect. 16-ganps
season in um. g
williairi M. llullt-nbauk, coptaiii of
the 1903 squad untlvr coach sol
aletzger, led Pennsylvania to an un-
dereated season, winning 11 and
tying one. ln his tour years on the
team he played and, center and in
the backfield. .
Retreat Head lauds Founder
On I.eague’s 40th Birthday
ny JOHN J.
(President, Layman’: netrrui League) ,
'u the founder or the Laynu-n's Retreat Mow-ment in
than 40 years ago he attended a retreat at the Mt.
centre in Staten island.
He was so impressed by what
he saw there that he arranged to have Father Terence shealy, SJ., who
conducted the Mt. Mnnresn retreats
come to the Seminary of St. Charles
Barrel-neo at Over rock to give A
couple of retreats there. With the
help of Dick llicsorley and others he
succeeded in recruiting nearly 250
men for each of the retreats.
in 'n been an officer in the
United States Navy during the First
world War, Ferreck came in touch
with Admiral Benson, then chief of
naval operations, who attended sev-
eral of the retreats at Overbrook.
e ‘ ' a number of other dio-
ceses to develop the work there. He
invited me to accompany him.
set forth to visit the bishops oi’ Pitts-
burgh and Cleveland. From Pitts-
burgh, we went to Chicago and then
to St. Paul, where We ta ed to
Archbishop Dowling who referred us
to men active in the Society of St.
Vincent de Paul.
on our return trip east, we saw
the Bishop of Buffalo and the Bishop
or Albany. From Albany, we-took
the day boat‘ down the Hudson River
and landed at New York City.
Little did I think when I said good.
bye to Ferreck in New‘ York that
when next I was to see him he would
be nearing the end of his lire. shortly
afterwards, he died,
On July 11, 1919, the late Cardinal
Daugherty wrote to Forreck and me,
referring to “the extraordinary good
that has been accomplished by said
retreats.” in the course or his letter
he stated: “It is felt that when the
benehcial results ol lhcsrr real:
will ave been realized throu hout
the country, the centers of such re-
treats will be mullipliod.
“You have my best wishes and
blessing on your cliortl to spread
t is good cause.”
It is very encouraging to find that
a single layman, such as John l-‘en
and promote tho
work of the Lnymcn'a Retreat Move-