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FRIDAY, YANUARY 13, 1961 THE OBSERVER lcco FOR ErEMeNTARY, men scnoor IFAmLr CUmC 6 j'or Tva h Ite. ls H v e, , SUNDAY. ,Tan. 15 " Second cial concern of Catholic prayer~ I It l Sunday after Epiphany. The today. Our bond of union withI q r el e .@ ~f I]['118 IVl Ot Gospel Jesus' first miracle is them is already so great -- I f ff,[X, WIRJ'l~Jr W ,~J~X.N~ I~i ' I . ", ~ .~- w ~,~m w w I w~ ~.~ ~ ~ ~ W re' ~.1 I BY FATHER JOHN L. THOMAS, S.J. another epiphany, another mani- apostolic succession and the muj ~ [ Assistant Professor of Sociology resting of Himsel{, asLord and s acramen!a}, hfe ---that !,he1 ROCKFORD--Another Teacher Training Course will be offered[ at St; Louis University Savior Iust as tile liturgy or oes~re that It De coznpiete is lm,und ' " '-" -Ihere beginning Tuesday, Jan 17 at 7'a0 Din, at St Patrick My husband insists that we visit his mother every S ay public worship of the Church peratlve. [School levening. We have a two-year old son and this is the only time is made up of sign-language, FRIDAY Jan 20 -- SS ' Fa-! The course is designed to instruct lay persons in the art of]that we can go out together. My husband sees her every Wed. the Lord uses .signs to convince bian~ Po,'~' and'Sebastian "Mar- teaching religion to Catholic children attending the public ele-/nesday evening, takes her shopping every Saturday, runs dr- men of His mission,tvr 'The' 'ariety of gifts' (last Imentary and secondary schools. Each Tuesday these peoplefrands for her, and makes repairs in her home. I feel we should ~,n~nAv ~.-, ~,~ - S'un,~av:s EnistIe~ and" of tv,~s l attend a two hour session in which they receive" instructions onlvisit friends occasionally. She's separated and dotes on her four ,n'*,"f'~=J,~ "~='~ "~"-~'~' ~i' of C~hr"istian~'witness is illust'ra~'t lCath lic doctrine, and teaching techniques to be employed in Iehiidren. I fee! like I'm playing second fiddle, but if I complain, fourth' century Vicar of Christ ed by this coupling of a pope. of conducting Confraternity of Christian Doctrine classes, he says I don t care for h~s fancily. * ,:as killed beCause of his unwill- the third century with a layman] Furnished at School ] :," -- -- of the fourth both of whom of I ",I ~1 As I have frequently mentioned in this column, every time mgness to compromise ~ne m-,- Textbooks wilt be furnished~s ns are engaged in teaenln,~ ' , . :,L ~U rch : ,~. fa~^ fered their li~es in defense of - " ,~I oeaI wu, n an in-law promem, lm sure to incur someDooy s TegrH.y. ol ta~ ~nu - in me ~c .- ; " ,~,- ':,~. " ' . lot the school The Traininglrellgion to elementary schoolwrath People write me from all over the country on the gra- of the last of the great persem,- ~nn~t~alotcnt;:enli;~It2d~,p o: ~: Course lasts for a period of 171and 30 to high school children tuitous assumption that I'm dealing with their case and have tth :sc~u~ 14:221annu~h;ls~: reunion of Anglicans with the ~uCdk~tsd::~rgc~h~:dh ~nL tshue- in (onflaternlt3 Comses hi;ard 2~alOp:y;ld2t;:fe~:g~t2rd'qTub;e reavCt~?i;~, or overreac epiphany, His manifestation to Holy See. pervised practice teaching. Up- Registration for the course SERIOUS IN-LAW PROBLEMS ALWAYS indicate hidden the world: at whatever cost. [ SATURDAY, Jan. 21 -- St. on successful completion of the will be Tuesday, Jan, 17, at St. or unsolved emotional conflicts within the parties involved. TUESDAY, Jan. 17 -- St. An- Agnes, Virgin - Martyr. Virgin- course, a diploma is issued, Patrick school. Because they do not wish to deal with these difficulties, they bony, Abbot. One of the early ity, too, of which St. Agnes is which qualifies a lay person to develop various rationalizations of their conduct and resent any thers of monasticism and the a special patroness, can be wit- teach religion under the direr- PAGE? ili!iiiii: !iiiii;ii i i :i::i::i i ! : JOINS CRS AFRICA STAFF--Robert G: Mellen (above) is the newest member of the Africa field mission staff of Catholic Relief Services-National Catholic Welfare Contertmce, the Overseas relief agency of the American Catholic Bishops. A native of Boston, he was graduated from the American In- stitute for Foreign Trade, Phoenix, Ariz and Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla. He will be stationed in Rabat, Morocco. Palestrina attempt to expose the real source of the trouble. 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