ourselves with His gr
REVEREND WILLIAM J. KANE
Speaks . . .
HAPPY NEW YEAR
e actual celebration and observance of Christmas have come and
gone. i trust that your Christmas season was a very happy and peaceiul
one. it is untortunate that christnras does not occur more frequently or
last a little longer. we could well do with more or the spirit of brotherly
love and christian charity that abounds-more than at any other time-
Idurixlg the Christmas season.
with the sound. of bcautilul carols still ringing in our ears and the
gay lights stnl shedding lustre on this sometimes drab world or ours, we
are called upon to unrlertahe the serious business or saying nu revoir to the
year 1953 and of ushering in, God willing, still another year.
A new year is a wondrous and most welcome gift to oil. it is at the same .
time a great responsibility. we have‘ just recently said goodbye to 1953A-but
we shall re-live it once again when we stand bolore the judgment rent of cod
to render an account at how we spent the precious min cs He so generously
gave us. Yes, another year is a tremendous responsibility. For some of us
it will be the last; for some it will mean Heaven or Hell in the scales of
eternity. No one win he ieit unchanged, that is certain we all will be
loetter or worse this time a year from now. This thought brings to mind the
words or the poerlnv
“Did you win today or lose in
was it well or badiyppentz
Did you leave a trail or irindneaa
or at near oi’ discontent?
As you rest your hud iurlurnher
Do you think that God would say:
‘You have earned one more tomorrow
V By the wry you spent today?"
what the poet says of today, we can say of 1953. what the riext 355
daya hold tor us is known only to God. we can, however. count on meeting
humanity's old enemieswtile world, the iiesh, and the devil. They are omni-
present (or us arul ever anxious to engage us in battle. How did we emerge
from past encounters: How are we preparing to meet their renewed
attaclrsi what are we doing to increase within ourselves the necessary vira
tucs of Faith, Hope, and Charity’! How much time do we spend in prnyer?
1-low orten receive the sacraments or Penance and Holy Euclraristl The
xew Year may hold for us many trials; great temptations. There may
ome personal illness or the death nf loved ones. Disappolntrnents,
failure, hcartaehes may be our lot. Temptation may come in many a
various rorrus. To resist the latter and to sustain the rormer we must fortify
et us live with God and tor God in 1354. .
.rr - e. r.. -arts
MIy'the Infant SIVIOIII bless you and your loved one: during
this new year! Slay H: bring into your hurls and homes true
happiness and listing peace! May His grace dwell in you nlwnyiil
The New Adoration Chapel ,
Tllir orntory will be situated at the east and at the second floor
of the north Wing of the new building. It is of exquisite liturgical
design and original in every respect. This will be u chspel or which
the lien or‘. Malvern can be proud. It will rcflcct tho hitch at tho
ltetraataats in our Eucharistic King.
The following memorial: In offered for your consideration.
SHRINE-Imported rnurble .........................si.hoo.oo
ALTAR-Imported marble .... 2.000130
BALDACHIN-Bronze and gilded wood, bronu crown s,-iou.oo
2 'CANDl.ES'l'lCKS-Wrought bronze .
2 THREE-ARM CANDLESTICKS-
15 SANCTUARY LAMPS-“'ri7ug'hl. bronze.
PBIE-DIEU-Bronze-velvet covered .
I WALL-TD-W'ALL CARPET .
ACT NOW-103 of the 150 Rooms Already Taken
MEMORIALS - NEW BUILDING
ST. JOSEPI-l’S-IN -THE- Hills
FURNISHING OF SINGLE ROOM. . . . . . . . . .$250.00
(INCLUDING buss MEMOKIAIVHATE)
Write to the lieclor
Rev. William J. Kane, Malvern, Pa.
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE lo LAVMEN’S wssutio IEVREAT IEAGUE
located on various floors according
to order of payment
Honor the Living
Cammemorate the Dead
Room: will be
HEN or MALvnlN in vnbnshrd monthly by the laymen‘! w-etc-end itotreut Lauryn. .e m, Amy, 5,,“
nl sol-12.-ill. ll-v. wlliiurn .1. Kane, Herr-out Intlr and iiortoe; John 1. suiirunbpruidentge
MEN bf MALVVERHN
ER OF THE MANY FAMI
retrutn is that headed by Dominic M.
. , s t , , .
LY group! who Ittend the hlalvcrn
Sabin. 1 brickllyiug wulractor, of tho
H. Mdflosltey Christmas Group. Seated with him is his son, W'illiIrn
F. employed by McCloakey and CA. Stnnding are two other Iona, Donald (R), ’
8 student at villIhUVl, and John 1.. who Ierved an I neoond lieutenant in Korea
uid now work: for his father. i '
Tom. Bonagura Heads ’
Sacred Heart League
Thomas A. Bonagura. CA crptain
of the SL Anthony of radon group
for the past eight years, her been
elected as president of the P.T.C.
League of the ' red Heart. For‘
the last ave-years he hha been a
chairman of “re organization's break.
lust committee, as well as a member
of the board of directors.
Banagurls Wu one of the original
orgnnizel-I or the P.T.C. League of
the sacred Heart, founded in 1949.
Largely through his eitcrts the unit
has grown into n mernbcrohip of g
2,200 rne Kw .. '
Enters Truppisl Order.
John J. Lawrence, Jr., a member
of the Hnzlcton group, has entered
the cistercian Monastery at Berry-
ville, VA., according to word recently
received from his fatherxl-la has
taken his novitirte vows as a lay
brol.her‘in the Trappist community
and has taken the name of Brother
M. Eugene, o.c.
(continued trom page one)
were not completely available to ac-
eorurnodate retreatants until tell,
more than 500 applicants had to be
Activity during the coming year
win take on added impetus at llial.
vern due not only to the tact that
retreat-masters plan to devote much
time to the promuigatiouot Marian
year devotions, but also to the fact
that in the spring it is planned to
dedicate the new building group or
our Lady's Hall with solemn exvrr
cises to which many high dignitaries
of the church, as well as prominent
luymca will be invited.
Primarily responsible lor the ti-
nuacing of the new building, of
course, is the carrying charge club,
which, weelr utter week, brings this
work to the attention of retreatants.
That the club, under the direction
of Jim Esposito and with the help
0! Johrr.Uslner, Roy stillwell, Joe
Hunter and others, is doing u job
Iully appreciated by the mink and .
nrre of retreatanta, is well proved
by a letter Esposito recently received
irom Franlr J. Gale, CA captain of
the west catholic group. ' , ‘ -
Extolling Eapoaito and his col-
leagues for the Job they are doing . 1
in furthering the cause of llilnlvern,
"will continue to give you the health
and energy tolcontinue your noble -
work,“ which merits the "accolade of
the League and every member or the
Men of lllalvcrn." , 4 - -.
' Philadelphia I. PI. relepham
Hun. wil M. Lenrrorr, Fxezrrctive vice.
t; J. Tune! Wlllovx. Treasurer; lumen A. no-rrrhenr. rr; ohn . eea, bnarnoru yiene . hnlrm.r.,,
c.ur.mr- Aeaaemrion; -rhoruuo P. enuuhr Editor: Mich-4 Judge. and Domenic Cnruthna, eroe mime; Jamm.u, n..;.., r
Adeeeulne At-rr-4-. sub-rrl run run in 1-2-elm: -<- . u-no relrv-vane dollnr. ainrle coolant-H eente. Articles ior publication
each month. Entered no second clue muster. January 5. ion. at the Paul mile. at
rum-t be submitted to the Ellilor below the tench or
Philadelphia. PL. ra-oer Art ol larch I. mu.
Recent promotions by lseneracial
cording to an annolznae
last week by the orznnization.
William J. Ferguson was elected
a vice president, while Joseph P.
Fleming and Frank T. McKee were
named assistant vice presidents: Al:
the same time, John F. Arnllrogi and
John J. Gallagher were advanced to
‘C: J: air,- as assistant vice presi. '
dents. Ferguson recently resigned ea
head basketball coach at st. Joseph's
College, after 25 years service.
has been employed by the bank since
1943. ' r .
d Thomas P. None and Harry ,
(continued trom page one)
Franir R. Donahue, Jr., third vice
president; Lawrence A. Kenney,
essurer, and George carroii, trua.
tee. The Rev. John G. McFadden is
Men of lliaivcrn participating in
the group are: '
castnnr, Joseph cordin, John lli. Cone
aidine, Richard B. Dariington, Wil-
liam R. lneasey, Frank x. DeLone,
Frank R. Donahue, Jr., Ambrose F.
Dudley, lvilliarn B. Fox, Jr, william
T. Craley, Jr., James E. Gallagher,
Jr., J. corman, l. K. Heuisler, John
P, llilierry, Henry Hurst, Jack ir-
win, John E. Jennings, Lawrence A.
.l<enney, christopher T. Lamoureur,
Dr. F. Benedict Lanaban, sheritr
William M. Lennox, Raymond Mc-
carney, John B. ltlcclatchey, Mat.
thew H. lllcCiosl<ey, ill, Thomas D.
Mccloslrey, William l. Mccloslrey,
John v. McTalrlrley, Michael Meehlan,
William T. Mullen, Jr., Joseph Mul-
queen, Jaclc Murphy, Raymond Mur.
phy, Jr., John Neeaon, William Nie-
dringhaus, John 0‘Dnir, william L.
0’liey, Nicholas J. lzaitery, J. Lin.
coin Reinhardt, Gordon Ryan, Joseph
A. lzyrn, Leo A. shallow, charlea
shreiner, Paul slatiery, William
stewart, Jose h H. Tyson, Joseph
waiters, Fred, wendler, and Gabriel
Pink and Blue, Ribbons’
o Dom Paone and his wife,
lliildred, on Thursday, December 4,
953. mom is a retreatant with the
ss Peter and Paul Group. .
December 23, 1953.‘ just in time in
say "Howdy" to Santa Clause and
give her proud ml and pi! good reason
to hasten on Christmal morn to
tluiloredlle Christ Child. Papa istl
membel-.ot 0urvLady of Fatima
‘ group, headed by Petelconwiiy. ‘ i
within the organisation llg: .,VTo CCC Comrrlitlee
, to be an able replacement in
With lhe Relreals of January
C. A. captain H. Eugene Heine. Esq. will will ‘W’ M‘ El’ll”""‘Y
Group on the opening retreat of H‘ l‘‘“‘'‘"" ““ J"‘"“'
ary 5, lead.’ Last year, his Associate
Dr. Albert DiLauro and Michael Judge. .
job that the lists had to be closed Weeks before the lECl’(‘al,‘WlIlClI
wound up with on attendance of 213, much 0V(‘l’Cl'0“'(lCIl.‘ With the
new building now in tun operation captain Heine can promise the mell
more comfortable ouartera. .
Almost on a moment's notice, last year. Pei" Pa Conway look up
the reins oi the second retreat, and with the assistance of his Asso-
ciates, led by Register or Wills Joseph F. Burke and llllcllael 1-
wooten, produced a splendid 250. since then, the group has adopted
the name of our Lady ot Fatima, and will go to llilalvern on January to
determined to do their part, with the assistance or their ratron, to
' the world
Board Dmfsrtihomas G. cairns will have his tirst oplwrl‘-lmllll. on
January 22, to occupy the new building which. as Clgmnmll of the
Building committee, be supervised during its construction. ‘last year,
his ss. Peter and Paul Group turned up with 247. and. with the as-
sistance of his Co-Captain John L. Rlcketts, ire hopes to have at least
alike number this yea . . ‘ , ,
For the third year, c. A. captain James J. sanrmon will direct the
group which he toolr over when captain James J. corcoran was sent
by the Government to new post in ohio. Hard work. i
brought about an attendance or 259, and the enthusiasm vi
vailed at the organization meeting promised r. like turnout tor 1954.
The group In: hopes that captain Corcoramwillviind it possible to
attend the retreat. s .’ , '
I MALVERN: FORWARD ‘MOVEMENT
t you'rnuy prepare in advance and arrange your
personal obligations, we record below the schedule of retreats
for the next three months: ' ’
Joseph F. Haly-Michael F. Donovan .
Edw. J. lnglesby, Esq.,4os. W. Zzlmpino, lisq.
Bernard F.,Bygot1rNorth Catholic Alumni
Robert T. Dudrear-Philadelphia Electric
James E. MacDermotb-George D. Ermeritrout
Paul H. holed ‘ 54]-Ioly Fa
February > 5
Joseph A. Donoghue-Neeson Memorial
Frederick J. Bohrcr , . .
Joseph A. Lari-iorelle-Palm sunday
Paul Reap Boharl, l:so...Hoiy Week l
Thomas A. Bonagura-Anthony Lani
rhoana. W. Mulrooney-Wilmington, Dcl.
J. Furey group. Ray
‘due to the fuel: that the Atlantic
has promoted him to more responsible
Joe Hunter Named
Joseph F. Hunter, a member of
the James A. Flaherty Memorial
group. has been appointed a member
of the finance committee of the car-
rying Charge Club, aecordin to an
announcement by Jim Esposito, coma
mittee chairman. ,
Hunter replaces Roy stilweli, act-
ing l:A captain of the Dr. William
no longer is
able to get to lllalvern every sunday,
Refining 01., where he has been it
supervisory employe for many years,
duties that frequently require his
attention over many week en 5. .
' rence L. lidyerr l-horo
iiialverrr lliau since 1937 pg g,,,,,e,.
Joe Hunter, however, will prove
portianl: job of collecting building
fund pledge: from retreatantli. He
made his hrst retreat at St. Jose-ph’:a
instherliills in 1937 and
that time l1
and undagging worker in the inter-
ests of Malvern.
A native of Brookline, Delaware
County, and a graduate of West
Catholic High School, Joe was mar-
" d in 1944 in the Church of the
Annunciation BVM., Brookline, to
the former Mary Rutlnnlso of Brook.
line. Following his gtndultiun from
high school, he entered the U. of P.
majoring in education and llpeclitliz.
ing in business ndirliniiltration and
accounting. He found employment
with the Auteur Company, in Ard-
. I. Joseph
more, when he remained for 13
years, serving as an accountant and
assistant llaynlaster. Last November
Riely Agency of the Mutual seneht
Lire insurance o.
Throughout his career, Joe has
managed to keep himself quite busy
with a variety or interests. He is a
member of Bishop Kellrink council,
K- of C-. and of the cardinal Dough.
erty Assembly. Fourth Degree. He
also, has been active in amateur
theatricals. being a member of the
“Wilton Pl-tiers. the Little Theatre
club of Rutledge and similar groups,
lmducinit. directing and writing
shows and otherwise making himscli
usdul in this ticld.
Reverence and Responsibility Always
JOHN JOSEPH Mt:CULlOUGH
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