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Lady here on August 15, feast
of the Assumption.
His Eminence Paul Emile
Cardinal Leger, Archbishop of .
Montreal, will offficiate at Pon-j
tifical Mass at 10 a. m.
The day will open with a mid- ]
night Mass in the basilica, offer
ed by Archbishop Giovanni Pan-
ico, Apostolic Delegate to Can
ada; a Mass in the oratory by
Archbishop Paul Bernier, Bish
op of Gaspe and former Apos
tolic Nuncio to Panama; and a
Mass at the pavilion by Bishop
G. L. Pelletier, of Trois Rivieres.
Other Masses will be said con
tinuously at the altar of the
miraculous statue of Our Lady,
the centerpiece of the shrine,
from midnight until noon.
Blessing of the sick by Arch
bishop Maurice Roy, Archbish
op of Quebec and Primate of
Canada, is scheduled for 2:30
p. m., at the pavilion. A Mass
will be offered there at 4 p. m.
by Bishop Emmanuel Maba-
thoana, O.M.I., of Leribe, Basu
At the same time Bishop Jos
eph H. Hodges, Administrator
of the Richmond, Va., diocese,
will preside at a special cere
mony for Engish-language pil
The torchlight procession at
8:15 p. m., will precede a Mass
to be offered at the pavilion by
His Eminence James Cardinal
McGuigan, Archbishop of To
ronto. Cardinal McGuigan also
will officiate at a Pontifical
Mass at the shrine on August 10.
Prior to the feast of the As
sumption there will be a novena
conducted from August 6 to 14
by Father Gerard St. Pierre, of
Trois Rivieres, and a triduum
from August 12 to 14 conducted
by Father Martin E. Norton,
O.M.I., of Lowell, Mass.
services for Mrs. Mary Ann
Hulst were held July 17th at St.
Matthews Church, Rev. Robert
Survivors are three sisters,
Mrs. O. P. Barker and Mrs.
Fred Land, both of Savannah
and Mrs. Hilt Hendley of Al
bany, two brothers, Johnny
Parsons of Alma and Charles
Parsons of Milledgeville; three
grandchildren and several nieces
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Hospital for Children in St. Louis, Mo., to acquaint children
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Son Of Church-Hating Nazi,
Hitler’s Personal Assistant,
Is Ordained To Priesthood
By C. M. Sirachwiiz
(N. C. W. C. NEWS SERVICE)
INNSBRUCK, Austria, — The
son of one of Hitler’s top hench
men who had a special hatred
for Christianity has became a
Catholic priest here.
Father Adolf Martin Bor-
mann, 28, of the Missionary
Association of the Sacred Heart
of Jesus, was ordianed in St.
In the later phases on the
nazi regime no name was more
dreaded in Germany than that
of his father, Martin Bormann.
His official rank of Reichsleiter
(Reich leader) of the nazi party
combined with the title as “the
Fuehrer’s personal assistant”
gave no clear indication of Bor-
mann’s functions. But he was
know to wield immense power
behind the scenes and to be
second to none in his hatred of
Christianity and the utter ruth
lessness .with which he pursued
his leader’s totalitarian aims.
Many crimes of stupendous
cruelty committed in the sign of
the swastika were ascribed
largely to his pernicious influ
ence. There is some evidence
that he was killed in the battle
of Berlin, about the time of
Hitler’s suicide, though there
have also been unconfirmed
rumors that he managed to
escape and make his way to
When the end came and the
nazi regime collapsed Bormann’s
family was no longer in Ger
many. His wife with the seven
younger children had fled to
South Tyrol, while the eldest,
Adolf Martin, aged 17, found
himself, a solitary and forlorn
fugitive, in a remote valley in
the Austrian province of Salaz-
But Providence took care of
the boy and led him to the
cottage of a deeply religious
peasant family where he was
offered hospitality and a new
home. Here, in truly Catholic
surroundings and an atmospher
of love and charity, Adolf Mar
tin, completely shattered by the
downfall of the idols he had
worshipped and the loss, as he
assumed at the time, of his par
ents and seven young brothers
and sisters, gradually recovered.
Then he met a priest, the
pastor of near-by Maria-Kir-
chental, under whose sympathe
tic and patient guidance he
learned step by step to under
stand and appreciate the beauty
of religious truth. At Maria-
Kirchental, a Marian shrine
high up in the Salzburg hills, he
was received into the Church,
determined already to devote
his life to the propagation of the
Two years later, in 1951, he
joined the novices of the Mis
sionary Association of the
Sacred Heart of Jesus and in the
fall of the following year, hav
ing taken his vows, he began
his theological studies at Inns
Father Bormann hopes to be
sent to the part of the Apostolic
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ATLANTA — Retta Clark
Shoun, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Chase Shoun and
John Webster Kern, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Malden Kern
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Cathedra] of Christ the King,
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