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PAGE 2 SERVER FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1961 O Senfinary Rector Fired VIENNA -- The Hungarian The government Office of Re- communist government has oust- ligious Affairs deposed the sere- ed the head of the major sem- inary of the Catholic Diocese of Gyoer and dismissed a number of senior students, it was learn- ed here. The action paralleled the Red move against the ,Budapest Theological Seminary in the be- ginning of 1959. The Gyoer purge stemmed from refusal by sem- inarians to attend a meeting held by "peace priests" who had been excommunicated. inary rector, Father Nedesov- sky and replaced him with Fath- er Elek l~akosi, who is under- stood to be active as a so-called "peace partisan." Several stu- dents, including a number of re- cently ordained deacons, were expelled. It was understood that the Red regime had intervened in personnel policies of the Gyoer diocese on a number of earlier occasions. Soft Drink Plant Church BUFFALO, N. Y.--St. Albert the Great parish in nearby North Tonawanda has moved out of a tent into a soft drink bottling plant during the summer months. Came the winter, Melody Fair closed down, tent and all. Har- ry Winter, distributor for a soft drink in Niagara County, came Classes BATAVIA -- The first semes-lregional director of the Francis-lagainst insecurity, with cra- ter program of the Thomas]can Third Order. Iphasis on religion, education, More Adult Education CenterI CATHOLIC SOCIAL PRINCI-'earning a living, role of hus- at Holy Cross junior high school, fPLES, A discussion of cqntem- band and wife. parent-child re- 313 Wilson St here will begin[porary issue~ The over - all lationships and old age. The Monday, Jan. 23 and conclude lcourse is desi'gned to cover three principles of the Church will be on May 29. I semesters of study. The nine dis- stressed as they apply to the On opening night Jan. 23, cussions of the first semester there will be a lecture on "The]will center around the follow- Challenge of Adult Education" ing topics: Rights of Man -- ac- by Russell Barta, executive di-]cording to the natural law and rector of the National Catholic the American constitution, Hu- Adult Education Commission man Nature: Environmental In- and the executive director of the Chicago Archdiocesan Adult Education Centers. Registration Follows Mr. Barta's lecture will be fol- lowed hy registration for those who have not pre-registered, orientation sessions by each of the instructors, assignment of texts, etc. The classes, which will be: held every other Monday eve- ning will last from 8 to 10 p.m. The fee will be $5 00 per person fluences, Culture and the Seven Basic Social Institutions, Evolu- tion and Man's Development on Earth, Socialism and Commu- nism. Part of each session will be devoted to class discussion and application of principles to specific problems causing con- flict in the American social structure. Father Greene The instructor will be the Rev. Thomas Greene, O.S.B M,A. Di- rector of studies and teacher of above. Mr. Darcy The instructor will be 3ohn Darcy, M.S.W. Mr. Darcy is as- sociate executive director of the Community Chest and the Coun- cil of Community Services, Aurora. He is also active in the Fox Valley Chapter, National Association of Social Workers and received his Master's de- gree from the ~oston College School of Social Work. Mr, Seng Associate instructor for the course on Psychology and the Family will be Magnus J. Seng, M.S.W. Mr. Seng is a member of the staff of Catholic Charities I::IT ; :i : ::!: ii Until the move was made to the rescue. He offered Father OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL STUDENTS, AURORA, TAKE PART IN EPIPHANY CERE- Father Gerald J. Kreuzer, pas- Kreuzer the facilities of the plant tor of the parish which as yet for the parish until a temporary MONY--Richard Regnier brings a golden box with the children s Sunday offerings, as Melchior hasn't even a temporary church can be built. Father brought gold for the Christ child. James Sickles kneels with a jar filled with promised penances church, was in a quandry. He Kreuzer expects to have the I and acts of reparation, as Balthazar brought Myrrh to the Infant Savior. Raymond Andrade, as 1nero Will oe no tesrs or as- . , had been conducting Masses and church completed by Easter. ~i~ ,o ~,~ ~ ~ mlUmverslty and has also taken anon To All Gaspar, stands wdh a censer filled with httle papers inscribed with the children s prayers, a -- ~n .~.~" l advanced studms m Sociology glft to the Son of God The ceremony took place before the children s Mass at II 15 on the Feast other services in the tent of a Meanwhile he offers Masses and vecomm a ou~slae ~-omg. . ~nese courses are open ~o any ' l at Loyola Umverslty of the Epiphany place called Melody Fair, where conducts other services, sur- The followin~, are the courses l ' " Catholic living in the area Re~- " " musical productions are staged rounded by cases of soft drinks, which will be offeredthis] NEW LIFE IN CHRIST, A istrations will be accented on,- eY ' . ~ semester Study of Theolo~,y for Lay Pea o mn m s : - pe " g "ght, Jan. 23, but ad-adult education program con-lJ~ih'S~,l~Smb, Catholics Leave Convention THE MANY-SIDED CHRIST, ple. This course will examine vance registration is recom-sists of the Rt Rev Msgr Wil-~L,~L~[~IJ~L~ - ' the meanin"~of our Redem ' " . ,= 1 1. u ~. ~.~- ROCKY HILL, Conn. ~- The iwhich would bar Negro mere- ~n mtroouctmn Irom ~acrea . .s . v- men e since each class wm ne li~m 1 r~, ~,~ ,~t w,~,/ Scripture. A study of the Life!tmn by Christ,i and will attempt limited to 35 people. Only one ~ .---.~- v ~5 :- --- segregation issue has caused the ibers of the Catholic organization of Christ the course will cover ito lead students to a deeper ]course ma-' be taken for th-Cross parish" the Rev Solves-~ //lip .I.| t~ $$ American Federation of Catho-[from attending, makes it im- " ' ' ~ ' : ~ ' " / the infancy public life (insights more mature understanding Oils mester, but husband and wife t~r J. Eye, :::;o:o~h?~ L:dayli m me me :ran-- lie Workers for the Blind to dis- t possible for the Catholic associ- into the special view of Christ the Supernatural Life of grace,n ay choose different courses if o Good C u ~ p "~,u o a; I! e - t ^, ",~! associate itself with the 19611arian to be a part of the con- by each of the evangelists) and the Mystical Body and the d ~sired. Attorney J. Robert Murphy: Mr.[I ~clenEfftc ~ootlng tOt U~ce, SChOol ~ ~ convention of the American As-lvention. the passion death and Resur Sacraments . . land Mrs. Louis Marrone: Rich- ~ and ~'$ [av Windows "%-'~. ]11 sociation of Workers for the] "We feel this to be un-Chris-rection (a unique exposition of Father Jenco I "--- ReVISOry Board ~rd Reuland Sofia Leon andl{ iI~-dA'D-~ A ~;'l'~,ll ~-~~1 Blind. ]tian and discriminatory, and the social forces that converged 1 Tne aDVisory ~oara mr me uonam lVlUSlCn. ]~ sl~l~L'~lq~l~lr~lk~qJIt- "~/ ~1 Father Robert J. She,presi-]therefore we will meet apartto put unnst to Death) It ~ne instructor Ior me course~- -I~ ~" ~.J"~I~,L. I dent of the Catholic group, in alfrom th~ American Association " lwill be the Roy. Martin Jenco,]] ~l~dpl~V~d~l~rl~ ]1 Allows daylight to stream through your win- ,~/'/~,/ letter to Sulan Walker, execu-]of Workers for the Blind." Fath- Father Sergius O.S.M B.A. and S.T.B. A mem-II li,~,~ ff~l,r~l~l~ a I dow~~~moging ~/~1 tire secretary of the Americanler Shea wrote. He added a hope The instructor for this course ber of the faculty of St: Joseph]| Ill power of the su~s rays. Cuts o~r conditionin; Association of Workers for thelthat "your association in the fu- will be the Rev. Sergius Wro- Seminary, St. Charles, Father[[ ~ ~ BRING THE FAMILY,Icost~'~revents fading ~/(~ Blind, said the decision of the tture will discontinue the prac- blewski, O F M,S.T.L. Father,~.Martin studied philosophy . . ~.at the/l~n ~- -- "l'tlle ~l~t~u" I~/~thl]~ll~ oamage. ~vmmOle~ln color tints. s ~ f[~J ~)'~ll latter group to hold its 1961 con-!tiLe of treating Negro members Sergius received his licentiate!~ervite House of ~tuaies rdver-/i IW $ H I ~ *n ~ --~-~,~w I] v xl in Theolo from h " t side Calif His Theological stud- 4Sc A LINt: For Complete Deto,ls Diol we 5-2482 gy t e Cathohc,' ~ [ R I vention in Memphis, Tenn las second rate citizens."Unive?sity of America He haslies were taken at St. Alexis/I ~ ~A ~ [1 J i l ~~O~IFY~S~I~ggESE (~ . " I ~1 - Air~ tree I$owlmg unstruct$on I[I - . Church Blessed m Af hamstan taught theological subjects and r'ontlncal Louege, l~ome, where,- - bv Certiled Instructors I~ -~ /~'-v -- -.= - - ,t - - - .- has lectured extensively on the was ordained in 1959. ]1 ---.-- w - I I l~ '~llllllFlllWill*][~l/l~lllll~n KABUL, Afghanistan -- TheI Until now the 220 foreign Sacred Scripture. Presently at PSYCHOLOGY AND THE]II Out-SmokeShop Hat The Finest S~,l~fion oF-Pipcs [ Ill : .:' first Christian church in this vir-]Catholics here attended Mass faculty member at Christ the FAMILY, an explanation of so- I I And Tobo a$ In This ~ ea~An Ideal flirtI,[ - - - Kin i ~n II) '~'" ~'~ ~ -- -- tualIy 100-per-cent Moslem na- g ~emmary, west t=mcago, lclm stress m ~mer~can ~amny[i I1~ OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS --- 523 W. JEFFERSON Lion "Has been openea Here. Im a room at the Italian embas- Father Sergms" also~ wmtes" hie' . A study of the modern [ ROCKFORD--- " magazine artieles and serves as American family's struggle] STATE-MADISON RECREATION I . : ;; Msgr. Vittore Ugo Righi sy. Apostolic Internuncio to neigh-I The government of Afghanis- ~~ll so~ E. STATE ST. ROCKFORd, ILL, II - ' - Teny Rufhey Rud LundakI boring Iran, blessed the new]tan, a Texas-sized county of 13 OCKFORD . . . I Ii I Catholic church, which is locat-]million people in central Asia, ,{- --II Smorgasbord I ed on the grounds of the Italianlforbids mission work among its embassy. Nearby is a house forlMosaems and has refused to al- Friday Noon Lunch Special Itl . III ~ ~1~ I~ at The I Father Rafaelle Nannetti, the]low religious instruction for ev-,n " cvro va I!1 >ervmg All ,rar,snes I I ruta So od Bo. I only priest in the country. I en foreign children. Ih V U ~ / I, I~ / ~ I L ~' ~'v " "~' > Ro k r I III Kishwaukee Doirv-PrOmot-Courteous ~J~5,1 Iii,d,I Diocese in Uruguay mo el. ~.1~o, o at ~ |], " - ,~,- ~ |t| ~ototoe, sauou, ne s, .n Ill urwer-bolesmen ae~wer ua~rylanas %xk./ Itl Servln Business Men's Luncheon I I n lNtS l Ill,Finest Grade A Milk & Dairy Products in ~Ill g I VATICAN CITY--His Holiness Sees to eight. The new Diocese " MEN'S P enter on t . * . . I I I 14 you parish. 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