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, THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1961 THI= % THE REV. ALPHONSUS L. FITZGIBBONS was born in Chicago Jan. 15, 1929, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. F~tzgibbons. He was " ordained by Bishop HilKnger in St. Joseph chuech, Harvard, May r ~ Ir 27, 1954, after completing studies L. V.q ~ii"-!.iii~!!~ii:.:.ii~i~i~ii~'~!~ii~i~ii~.~:~]]~ for the priesthood at Mt St *'i~ ~ v ~. !~i~i~?:~i~ii}!iiii~i~:i[i~}}}i~iiii~i::i:':i'~:~'!'::'':'%%'~::':::~~ Mary's of the West in Norwood " i!iilii':.: ~iijjiii!i~!!iili~~ 0 By Anna Mac Colhn m Beloit, Wisconsin. Visitors business -- all tributes to his[ ~: ' - ~iiii~ -'Father ~l~ ~ibbons attended Just as God did not create in will never be able to tell you genius I : ~ " l elntlem. HAvnmnln, |n Mo do high school~ bOui,dev Pre-ara a mood of absent-mindedness, about the interior decor because R ~. ~ ;a,~,i ::~ i- v iii!iiiiiijii~i!i!! tory semin'~rm ~hica-o where so neither d o e s the religious you can think of nothing once ~'~, .~ "-'," ( ] :~i:~ i :::::::::::::::::::::::::: '":':":':: ' ~ t tirauel IS always ousy on new :: :::: :: :::: . . GUADALAJARA, Mexico --He added' "We must remain !!~!i~?~~i~ he qo" too~ a ~ sculpD '. The works turned out you enter the door except the,: ~.~ : ~ Mexico's Cardinal has deserib- united in order to obtain the zii~ii/~~i lead Philosnhv ant) theology of his studio are the result of wonderful artistry of the Grauel ~deas for schools and churches [ ::::: :{i~ ~:: i~ ed relations between the Church spiritual and material growth ~ii!ii~~ courses w~e'-taken at St Mary painstaking plans, d e f t work- woodcarvings. A temporary dis- One day he finishes "St. Joseph[ : : :ii ,of Mexico " ~;E~:. ~:~:~::?~i~i;~i~i~i~ . " manshipand creative genius traction are the bright still-life n ' "' ~ : ~:%~:::::: of the seminaryMunde- " a d Christ the Teenager m In " : :: and statem Mexmo as har- ' ' s : : :::::::: " ' ~ ":~: : " Today Cardinal Ganbi .aid ~i l~in frnmb~7 t,~ ~9 14i Behind it all there hes a deep water colorings which Els +~ ~)i:::::i: :~ monious :::::::::::~~;~ ~ ~ ,~ : imana nmesmne mr a t.atnoncl ~i~ :?~ ~:::~: [' loe clvu as " ,eIl as tad reng- :,::.:::~~:; i x, ~ ~ aOlolng Ialtn ann znowmoge ot t~raueJ has oone, or tad flraw-L . t .: ~::~ .::;~ : LWU ~U~Ib e fIX/NUFWO00 ~ S : :~:f~J:::::::: :::::2 :: :~::~::~::::::~::::: :~:::::<:;:~:~::~:3; ' " " . ' mgh School campu the next ::.::: Jose Cardinal Gamb, Rivera, mus authontms both wish the >~i ~ +~:,:~1~,~ ~ ~. his rehgton otherwise the sculp- ings of her talented pupas whmh ~ J .~ ~:.~ ~ii Archbishop of Guadalajara ex-twell being of Mexico and we ~iili ~.~ o~,:~, ~O~z~ ~-~u~r ~- lure is only a dead thing i she has hung in another part of [you find him working on a com-[ ::~ I~i ,' :.:::.x $1uuun~ wa~ a~b~,lleu as assist- " i ml'~SlOn" of 14 large stone panels :: :~ pressed this view in an inter-]work united towardthiswell ~~ ant a" St P List Not Large the house but one turns back[ + ] : :~ ~:. ,t . atrlcK church, ~t. ' ' " "1 " ' " ! : view with newsmen who ac- being.' :: "ha 1 The list of eminent sculptorslagain and again to the vearmthlwhmh w~l depmt the free artsl ~~ i:! companied President Adolfo Prior to the visit the Cardi- ~ ~; :e~eSe'ivanU~ln~ct er'~' ~" whose work appears in Catholiclof a mahogany carving of the for a State College in Texas [ i~ I Lopez Matcos on a visit here. hal called on the priests of the ~ ~ssistant =a~ ;'t '~l~a~t;~cki~Ci~o~;~ New ideas constantly find theirl ii~ / "My message is nothing more archdiocese to remind the faith- ford W"th"r ~" ' ~." !way to hm drawing board and[ ~ . ~ . o~ ,~ ~-~.u~ a~ or. ~ ~:'~ from there to the walls of his ' than what I have always prea- ful of their civic duties towam Vin n" "hildr n'" ~ ~. i I ~ I [*' ched" unit~ " the Cardinal said [the ~,overnment ce ~ ~ e s home m freeport. ' ~~~~ studio where they are captured| ~ Iii ;;' ' [ ~~~~ in miniature for the interest of[ ~ Iili~! ~. " O" visiting clergy who regard the :ii:::i Funds for Develomnent Program 17 ,O 1 1 I [ lll /ii! 1- ~ l"~ ~".~L ~ ~]~,1,~'1,~1,1,~*. ~ ~IW~I,I,~,'~ [ ~~!ii ~~ tour ot an arnsts stumo as theI ~ ~/:~?.i **: NEWARK, N. J. - The Fed- nity College and Law School, "" ~" ' d ~~ii~ only proper way tO shop for re-I ~ /-i * eral Urban Renewal Administra-[and St. Michael's hospital. ~~i 7 ligious art. [ ~~ ~:? :~:i ," tion tentatively has earmarked[ Seton Itall hopes to put up a j~-~ 4[-~,~ ~,-~ "~,T ~ 7~T ,-][ I ~~: " ! Seor~ Machine-Made Art I :i!~ l~ii! W~ ,~ ne oq arters in wasmngton, " It is out of character for the TER by Anton $16 million in supplemental[new downtown campus and St. ~ ~l ~blIAU 1151.1,1- I ~ ILIIL~(Ib I ~~i~i!: [ The exponents of liturgical art[ -~i~ i~:-!i ILl funds to Newark for slum clear Michael's "lans to ex,and its ~~i~ I I ~: ?/ l~C:::'~!'1 ea.~itl lilr nlt~tuti;ns aheC~nvt yv!lfacilities"The grants ~ are muddy under soWASHINGTON--fNC)--TheI 10-member family of a rural Mis-[ ~~~ 'ilr3r:e~Yr ~Wh~ii- n ;:lr[ ~/ -. . " "[ . . u'i public school teacher has been named the first Nationall ~~~ Igious art. You cannot deny.that~ ~.i."~ l~}~} Title I of the Natmnal Housing Cathohc Family of the Year The funds will be used by the Act The money reimburses the t ', [ ~,~~~ it is more comfortable and con-[ i. .~ ~iii '" " " . : e ,amity ot mr. ano lvlrs, bernard L. Hotze of Leopold I "~!i'~ [venient to shop for religiousI i ~ I~ii ! city to help it purchase blightedlcity for two-th!rds of the loss in- Mo who have been married 53 years and have six of their eightt ~~ Isculpture by leafing through aI ! ~ i~i :' land which then will be re sold cuffed in buying land and sell hfldr i reh h " " - " l ' " c ' en 'n "gious life. Three are overseas. ~;~ " mail-order catalogue, but t is| ! ~ ~-i:~ to private developers, including ing it to developerS' at less than D^~^:. ^ n, " ~ii~ is not art' it is refined junk In] i~~ l~i:i] :i Seton Hall University Commu-cost I . I ~" ]this count'r- when reli~'ious'art[ i!i~ l+~iil.- ". . ~ne parents wm recmve alto counteract bad publicity giv-] ~~. I +/'. 7' ~, I i~iii~[~ / !~::!:~+ " ," plaque in St. John church Leo- en families by the lar e number ~~gJ" ~s reproauce~, mecnamcmiy,/ ~.~ l~-i:il . Hear Nothlne of ArcllbMloD ~old Jan 8 the Feast of thelof-'iv-I ' g",I ~~.~:; leven by transplanted European/ ~+~ li:iiY)ii . retVJiEN~Afro'(mNC);echTo:i::2ias th:hilP~l;~:hoS;+.I thd:o fw~ .;~:rlny. ~i!;: i~:ur~!ii :i?~t![2!!!:nll l:rneeUt:ic!iits~uh:!':m: at:ii?;iaY:;I ItoPerri~inS:i'a~ild::lhe~llii3!C~s~t~t~ml:[ i/ ~ : have expressed concern because era and even communist sources o . a . . ,1 'Divine Love + ~"" ]~.~. u "~ ~,'=~,~:/ ~i~ ~!~ "' they heard no news of Archbis- had reported from time to time ~resemauon ol the new awar~] Msgr. Irving A. DeBlane di-] ~ |w'~en"ori ~m~a~rt'is"a~aiiable'~s[ ~ii~ ~ ~:i " hop Josef Beran of Prague, ac- on his condition. ? me rlotzes was .ann unce lrector of the NCWC Family Lifel ~ I the" e.~uivalent~ of usin~' "a~ r[ ~!/ ~iif:' :. ~ cording to a daily newspaper[ The Archbishop's last public here oy ~sonop t~nm, s topner O./Bureau, said the "divine +love" t :i z< In ~-~ +, ,f +,~ +~,~ ~ [ ~~ ~:: i ' published here appearance was on June 19, wemon o~ ~prmgnel~, ,lv~ss;g/within the Hotze family hast ~~ /ta;" -| ~~ ~ .:ii .: The paper. Neuer Kurier, slat-f1949, when he spoke against Red episcopa~ .aov~ser to me.~wt /spread from their home to three[ ~i~ [ " ,+ ~ ~. ,~, I ~i~ ~ i:~ =' family blIe bureau which has ~,u~ ,- t a.a,~.* td that the travelers said no re-]attempts to lead Catholics of [continents. I ~~i~ I / - ~rts about the Archbishop, ~ho Czechoslovakia into schism He " ' 1 'Christian famil, ~'-'' ~ ] ~~ii~ [ " -[ " " -- . . ' !ias~s !ml!;?;~ehdav:! bl;nc;m:~u. !~!!e~2 i:!inm~!:l !i~!l]i?!:t" s:Br~!!21)~e:G!:a~ilr2i[m~ ~l;~l' h~:27~ c ntItn~:i/i!?Y!!il /~!~v:i~n ti:lved~!r: !:i!e :hi~igii@[ !~a~j~e~i!o~?~Y:! gnrhroFef~i~Zr' d fo o e ye. p t y ". Christ's determination to set the The Christian artist saturated] """~ ~ Z"' : lives, will present the plaque tO]world on fire " [ [ ' " , " " h ' ' t e Hotzes by the Gospel, feeling ~t deeply Upholds Bmldln~ Bovs School i~a-al Honor [ The Rev. Henry V Sattler I / return to the hospital without " / It- ~ j p s ,- c~ ,~ : . ' I ~~~t / aria Jiving it intensely, trans-! aid :" p i iu! i i?[:i *tz=',)!l !;I ~otiJ;!iil fe:shte| olUrt~ctO~klePmli?ty o:, ~: + FIlREuTp~:mIeA CSo:;ttho~l::~ria ~i~ha?h~o~; :~:hw~a ! [i?:~ta2 3 ~i!?!i~It h~m muthnriTorl ~.ho huiMin+ ofl ' ' . ^, ' . +said the large number of "a--J / o,+ Joseph which fell that year on . P.+~ H ~ ~ s o ~,~.~1 ~+ L,~o]the existing schools d~d not meet . .-. ~ ~parently obscure" families nora-|MADONNA--By Anion Grauel, carved in pine,]April 30, The feast is no longer : o . . in 195u ana she was awaraed the l ~",the Church commissions aim to ' ,~o,u,~ ~,~ Ithis requirement ' meaai t~ro ~cclesla e~ l-'ontlIlCel: + [ " /do so. ' / '~, ,~ ~n - : "," in 1 ina~eu lor. me awara snows o.s~ ~. Marms, a suburb of Pretona, 'Ihc court directed the Trans- 959. ["how much the sim'-le hidd^-[churches and who in all re-,Sacred Heart or a bas-relef o1|~,In 1959 the international medi- the administrative capital of vaal Township Board to consent The couple's three sons are/life of "ood farn~ilies~ --rovile'-'[spocts are found to m e e t the the Lord's Pra3er" a "-air ot~d'a P "~]ll" 1|cal committee at Lourdes de : this predominantly Protestant to erection and use o[ the school Divine Word missionaries: theithe onlvreal social stat~ilit ' %oly Office's requirements out-! o tt, ure oI ~vlonl~ |clared the cure inexplicable by hey mpnonse John S V D " v. prayme, lli:lIILl5 ~l]lIl~211 CUUlfl CUIII. country. ]subject to approval of the school . :,!~ /lined ia the Instruetio de ArteI 1 [natural causes. . I:I n secretary genera~ * r~anzan um Ep~itTast~u tGO U C)~ [ [pete wlm any done oy ~xugust,],~ I- 1-~I ,-, 1-- I The court s ruhng was on a plans by the Tow planning Com Sacra of 1952 ~s not large The Sin 1 r B er ' ' ' ': ' " ". " ,' " " ' ce h's cu e, ruth Leon : a~.~id~rhn~fl;dafi:PvA]:)Tba~:~ :h~ ~!:: ;role ~; ;i:i ~as ap 7:t'e?'Voleghea~['ca::erG~ta2:" N * An l;!;tlv:CnUll~O:~rO!icth:nrdce~7:s~ have made the front rooms a -- ?U d~s et 1 Iaij:Ei/de iZld+223 , ." ." "p. s 'p r ' ',; R -- -- Ba lach There are lease names sick ': oard dec=on against hulld,ng pealed the court ru,ing It and the Rev. Leo F, anc,s, S If+horn priest left the U. S with local reoutations but one Ve=table gallo, of art. Ils the Catholic boys' school, probably be heard by the Appel- V; D sul.~erior .of the Divinet gove rnmen.! about $90,000 in hardly hears of them.'It seems Started at Fourteen I FRIBOURG S~itzerland ~'r ~ ~ i fontem woro seminary m ~errysourg, grautuae lor the opportumUes Amon artls her s ~a, The court said that 'the need late Division in Bloem ' ' '- t" "' ' - " ' ' " ' ~ ~ ta terrzme waste oz an ar 1st Sl g ts t e ] a . )-/~NC~ Bi-ho- Fr ,L III1P~rieK} ittfl~-I . u. tolterea mm in America the}t**- ft ~ t .~ ,~^ ,[in~, "I* takes +hirer or fort''/~ ;- ~ p ancms t nar-[L] /~i~K5, JL ~ILIILI~ ~**r ~',~lh,~];,* ('l,h N ~,;,~l Three of the daughters are!U. S. attorney's office here an- '.~ ~;~'~ ,'.~)~Z.~' ~.~ ~'~^u~ ~ ~"~ ve~r-~ to make a scul"+or " An[riere of Lausanne, Geneva and t.J -, : ~.'~t V %.~l:~Lll~t~ltl~J ~Al. lAtlk~ .L ~U'lI L IL.~ ,ltl.~l. - . ,'~ ;I,j I~UUU~U tnuy U~ l~,ll~u wL~e./. - ~"~ " -tFribourg has official1, recoaniz I'l~/Ir 1." * " ,s~sters. ~]ster t. area, prmmpm:nounceu, he is dead" and gone. ton Grauel started at the age e Ir ~ ~' " of a school m Ja The donor d as m aculous the cure of a IVI e t {l At l SALISBURY Southern Rhode land the clergy ' ' pan' Sister[ was Msgr. Michaell of 14 as an a""rentice in Church[ " " sic -- A non-racial Catholic Cen- The Vicar General of Sahs- Mary Angcle, Notre Dame col.lJ. Macken, who died on Febru- What Has Happened ]Ar~ in German- The -ear 1961[Sw ss Benedmtme at Lourdes.] 1--, ~ . tel ~s to be estabhshed here to'bur Father M A Geoghegan lege St Louis and Sister Bet taty 9, 1959 at the age of 82 HG ' ~ ~ Brother Leon Schwager was " " " 1 y ' "; -", ~[ What has happened to the ] will see his h0th "ear asasculp-[ " . - [P'or Con~o ~t replace the Catholic Club which S.J said that the new center nard Ann. librarian, Catholic i funds came from investments in[Catholic Church as the mostltor~ " [suaeemy curea ot multipmI p,~ . . refuscd last June to accept non-]would have nothing to do with high school, Burlington, Ia. ]government bonds and :some]active patron of artists? Wi~yl - |sclerosis during a procession of~ VIENNA --- Hundreds of Con- whites. ' politics. Its main function, he The two other daughters are securities, lard so many Churches adorned] ~tumen at various ~enoms I the Blessed Sacrament at the[~olese children are dvin~ dMlv :' Archbishop Francis Markall said would be "to provide a Mrs. Henry Hofstee of Everett The money was given the]with assem"bh line art9 A el I asked him about his traininglFrench shrine in 1952 [heeaus+~ af l~Pk ,~f ~f~a~-~'n~l ,",' ~'- +. F . ' .---C ' - S f. of Salisbury ordered the focal point for Catholic activities Wash and Mrs. Matthew Me.]country, the Monsignor's will[Catholics "missing the boat" byland learned that he had studiedI Brother Leon was born in]medical treatment, two chart- disbanding of the Catholic Club. lin the diocese." Elroy of St. Louis. [said, "in grateful acknowledge-]not using this opportunity to in-]at various professional schools/1924 and entered the Benedic-[ties agencies here said in up- Earlier he had issued, a ,state [ The new Catholic. . center will - Reas ns for Award. ] merit of the opportunity to pros- f i u e n c" e +he con+~m,oror-,fund. toured. Italy France, Aus- ,]fine .Order in Zurich in 1945 ,~!,~eal'ln~, for .nd~" +vrfn ~ ~+h" coh~]'~"*'" "+ ment that the action of the club use the building of the old Bishop Weldon said the award per both sp~ritually and ma I scene? What does a sculptor]tna and Switzerland to complete]About 1950 the evident symptoms[ The appeal was made to the in refusing to admit non-whites Calhotic Club. Its activities, in- was established for two reasons, terially which this great coun-[think a b o u t religious art in]his education. As a free-lance[of his illness were: headaches ~Austrian people to give liberally - w "o in accordance with'cludin~ social ones will be con- Families today are largel for-try has afforded l-he and. ~ . sculptor iu Berlin he became r bl d "' as n t I . Y ] " the]America These are the ues[ [t ou e msmn, and paralys~s[for food and medical supphes the attitude of the Archbishopltinucd by the new center, gotten, ne said, "in recognition members of my religion and ha-Ilions which I wanted answlre~i [a friend of Ernst Barlach,]that hindered his speech and]to alleviate the famine and sick- ' of individuals on one side and ltionality " ] . . "/Georg Ko]be and Kaethe Koll-/walk |hess ram ant in several dis ric 9 " . p . t t~ Reds Aren t the Only Materml sts,' . I I . / In 19al Dr. Zander Zur,chs/ g g. . " 1 large social groups on the oth- Atty Daniel T Brahaney of ~rrangedAppointment witz--the great names in Ger- -,of the Bel ian Con o # cr, I Johnsonburg, Pa. said the mon-t Through a mutual friend, I ar-1 man Art mrcles before the pres-[neurosurgical P ol y e 1 i n i e de./~ " DURHAM. N. H. -- Americans!it is, escapes us. Man is being "The family must be recog-signor often expressed his grat -[ranged an appo ntment io meet surds of the totalitarian regime/cl=r~a h~, ; ~,1, ~m; + a|T'~ ! n, , del31o,'e communist materialism, engulfed ]n a tide of mediocrity, nized as the'true foundation of[tude to the United States. "He!and discuss religious art with]br ught chaos. The story of An-'[with~multi"' le'scle;;s'~is [raKe i-]cture ,: but they are "fast approaching the grealest danger of which is society~ This award is one way was pr(ut of his citizenship and Anton Grat~el a scul'~'tor of ex ton and Els' escape from Berlin/ +,~" ' / " ' ' ' ' " I ~+ " " m the spring o~ ~0z t~romer VATICAN CITY L Oss rv the same ends themselves from]the starvalion of rnan s spw~tual of focusing national attention on,said it was a privilege to paylceplional skill who emi~ratedlwith their two children is an-[~ r ] : -- .~ ;e a- : . / 's " " lda o]31rlunion eftec iv " . . . +, . . . ,-+=, ,~,~ ~u ,~uu,ut:S wm~ a tore rtomano, vatican t ity aail . - + a different direction,BJ.hop]natute, he to C e Cathohc ilfe. ]income taxes, the attorney]to this country from Ger nv]other sto, y, but suffering makes/< ;~ ~ ; .~ ~ ,A .~[ Y i i !i?OmPJ+l~ ~; d ?if irlb:e]d] hmea2t n ~:~5.1 turah,ed h fi::bdih:e r ~i~]g4ii~a[?~!: ~i~. ei:fii~ ,: :!!i15]} i& ,g,or ' .' I H RI;r T MAIJI ld I/ + ]the Blessed Sacrament he felt during their recent Vatican : ** o~ u h h,a :l Iil 72,::--.'.12 T.Y~: i/ !:' ii~iiiii!~::i::iii:i :: ; : ' [himself cured. He was able to[meeting, ~'~,] ' NEW ORLEANS-- An appeal New Orleans archdiocesan ~ ;~ i!i~i::::::i ; i ntschools " I Ii"'",:::7:;2::','.'.:'"" ][ iiii+iiii! IDIXON for brotherly understanding i t ' ~. il ~ ~ I{I ~- : l! ~ii: : i~::i!::::::::!:.!i:iiii::::}}i!ii ~ ~:~ /~ , " . . The appeal reads: "In recent~ ",:: :~:~:v~:~:~:~:<:~:~ : " this c,ty ~s being distributed byl . " ' s "den dis I u+nr I I- ""7": II I - ' . wee s out' city ha. o "l - ++ + Catholic Protestant and Jewlshlturbed b, hatred and disor