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THE BULLETIN, March 22, 1958—PAGE 3
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Bishop Hubert J. Cartwright Of
Wilmington, Heart Attack Victim
(N.C.W.C News Service) '
WILMINGTON, Del., — Re
quiem Mass was offered in
Christ Our King church here for
Coadjutor Bishop Hubert J.
Cartwright, 57, of Wilmington,
who died (March 6) of a heart
Celebrant of the Mass was
Archbishop John F. O’Hara, C.
S.C., of Philadelphia. The ser
mon was preached by Bishop
Francis E. Hyland of Atlanta,
Ga., a seminary classmate and
life-long friend of the deceased
He lauded Bishop Cartwright
as “one Who loved his priest
hood” and “had no other inter
est in life.”
“He was one who loved as a
father the souls committed to
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SCRIPTURE, CHRIST, MARY
The Holy Bible. Knox Edition (Sheed and Ward) or Confra
The Lord. Guardini
Meditations on the life of Our Lord, a modern masterpiece.
The Reed of God. Houselander.
The Meaning of Fatima. Martindale.
The best book on the message of Fatima and the difficulties
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THE FAITH AND THE APOSTOLATE
Theology and Sanity, Sheed
A study of the Faith written by a layman for laymen.
Theology For Beginners. Sheed
Recommended to every layman.
Vocation To Love. Dohen
The apostolate and its spirituality.
Lend Me Your Hands. Meyer
The need the Church has for the apostolic layman.
CATHOLIC LIFE AND INTEREST
Praying While You Work. VanZellar
With an eye to modern Marthas.
The Restless Christian. McDonnell.
Short essays for the layman on the life of his soul, present
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Prayer In Practice. Guardini
Thoughtful reading for the serious Catholic.
The Easter Book. Weiser.
Easter customs. W
LIVES OF THE SAINTS AND OTHERS
Crown of Glory. Harch and Walsh.
For the general reader, the best life of Pius XII to date.
Married Saints. Delaney
Of special interest to married folks.
Pageant of the Popes. Farrow.
Short lives of the Popes in a continuous narrative.
GENERAL—WITH AN ACCENT ON RELIGIOUS LIFE
Vatican Journal. McCormack
Eyewitness accounts (over a period of 33 years) of Papal
prestige, by the best reporter of the century.
The Land of Stones and Saints. Keyes
A story of a place (Avila) and a period.
Of Cell and Cloister. Moss
A vivid account of the astounding contribution to civiliza
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religious orders. The book shows the author’s lack of theo
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(Edwin G. Kaiser, C.PP.S. in the Critic).
The Donkey Who Always Complained. Thornton
A parable for moderns.
Realities. Herr and Lane
Significant writing from the Catholic Press.
A Seal Upon My Heart. Kane, Editor
Twenty Sisters tell why and how they embraced the
Catch Me These Little Foxes. A Carmelite Nun
Life in a contemplative order—with an accent on the
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A Right to be Merry. A Poor Clare
An insight into the life of another contemplative order, a
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Biographies of several founders of religious orders.
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his charge,” Bishop Hyland said.
“He was one who had an over
whelming love and sympathy for
the poor, and during all the
years of his priesthood he shared
most generously with the poor
the few material things he ever
possessed in life.”
Recalling that Bishop Cart
wright had been a priest for 30
years, Bishop Hyland stated “I
dare say that no matter to what
office or dignity he may have
been promoted had he been
spared to the Church, Bishop
Cartwright would always have
remained at heart a simple,
Bishop Cartwright, a patient
in Wilmington’s St. Francis Hos
pital since February 15, was
stricken with a heart attack on
the morning of March 5 and died
after a second attack the follow
ing day. He had entered the
hospital suffering from pneu
monia and pleurisy.
Bishop Cartwright had been
named Titular Bishop of Neve
and Coadjutor with the right of
succession to Bishop Edmond J.
Fitz Maurice of Wilmington on
August 22, 1956.
At the time of his appoint
ment he was rector of the Ca
thedral of SS. Peter and Paul
in Philadelphia, a post he had
held since 1936.
He was consecrated on Oc
tober 26, 1956, in Philadelphia’s
Church of the Imaculate Con
ception. Archbishop O’Hara was
the consecrating prelate on that
occasion, while Bishop Hyland
Bishop Cartwright was born
in Philadelphia on August 22,
1900, the son of the late Ralph
Joseph and Alice Veronica
(Quinn) Cartwright. He attend
ed St. Joseph’s College Prepara
tory School, Philadelphia, and
St. Charles Borromeo Seminary,
Overbrook, Philadelphia. He
made postgraduate studies in
canon law at the Catholic Uni
versity of America, Washington,
He was ordained to the priest
hood in the Cathedral of SS.
Peter and Paul on June 11, 1927,
by the late Auxiliary Bishop
Michael J. Crane of Philadel
phia. He subsequently served as
pastor at Holy Family church,
New Philadelphia; St. Patrick’s
church, Norristown, Pa., and
St. John the Baptist church,
He was named assistant rec
tor of the Philadelphia cathedral
in 1932 and rector in 1936. It
was under his direction that ex
tensive renovations in the build
ings were carried out.
In 1947 Bishop Cartwright
was named a domestic prelate
with the title of Right Reverend
Monsignor by His Holiness Pope
Pius XII. During his many years
in Philadelphia he had served
as a diocesan consultor, a pro-
synodal examiner and secretary
of the diocesan building com
mittee. He was also spiritual di
rector of the Philadelphia Po
lice, Firemen, Park Guards and
Peace Officers’ League of the
While pastor of Christ Our
King church, Wilmington, Bish
op Cartwright inaugurated the
construction of a new church
building. Though the church is
still incomplete, the funeral rites
were held there in accordance
with his wishes.
Bishop Cartwright is surviv
ed by two brothers, Ralph J. and
Joseph V., both of Philadelphia;
and three sisters, Mrs. Eleanor
Curry and Mrs. Margaret Len
non, also of Philadelphia, and
Mrs. Abbie .Keller of Willow
SALISBURY, Southern Rho
desia, March 11( NC)—The first
novitiate of the Jesuit Fathers
to be opened in southern Africa
was inaugurated at nearby
Chishawasba, one of the coun
try’s oldest Jesuit missions.
Open to candidates from
Norlhern and Southern Rho
desia and South Africa, the no
vitiate will accept postulants ol
any race or color, provided they
satisfy the requirements for en
trance in the Society of Jesus.
Southern African postulants
to the order had previously
been sent to England ’for their
The Archdiocese of Salisbury
is under the spiritual care of the
English province of the Society
of Jesus. Archbishop Francis
No train of thought is worth
while unless it carries some