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News Section--Page 6 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, January 26, 1947 Physical Education Demonstration To Be Given In Highland Springfield -- St.. Paul's High School, Highland, Illinois, Satur- day, Feb. 22, will be the scene of a demonstration-in Health and Phy- sical Education for "the Parochial Schools of the Catholic Diocese of Springfield in Illinois. Over two hundred school children will take part in the morning's program that will include demonstrations under actual class conditions of the Physical Education programs in the Catholic schools of the Spring- field Diocese. This demonstration at Highland is the seventh of a series and is sponsored by Bishop Griffin's department of Health Recreation and Physical Education under A1 Lewis, Director. Similar demonstrations have been held at St. Francis Grade School in Quincy,' St. James Grade School in Decatur, St. Anthony's High School of Effingham, The Cathe- dral of Alton, and the .Knights of Columbus Gymnasium in Spring- field. Highlighting the systematic body building program from the early elementary grades through high school, this demonstration will also emphasize the all-impor- tant indoor program for schools with limited facilities. Many grade schools do not have a gymnasium or indoor play space except the ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ROCKFORD LUMBER AND FUEL CO. A Complete Line of BUILDING MATERIALS---FUELS and FUEL OILS Main 67 -- 201 E. STATE 310 Pork Ave--Rockford L-- I "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" STATE and CAPITOL THEATRES CHARLES HOUSE ENTERPRISES, INC. [ class room, and activities for the class room will be demonstrated under actual classroom conditions. Holy Cross -- Stockton, Third Sunday after Epiphany. Batavia Rosary Society To Meet February 11 Batavia--The Altar and Rosary society of Holy Cross parish will hold the next meeting Tuesday, Feb. 11, in K. C. hall at 2 o'clock. All members are urged to attend this meeting as final plans for the annual St. Patrick's suppej" will he made. The new officers ill be i hostesses. The Society For The Propagation Of The Faith News Notes DIOCESAN DIRECTOR: REV. THOMAS S. GREEN 442 Highland Ave., Dundee, III. , ExUmbris In Lumine From Mylapore Diocese, South India, Father Mora writes of the )rogress being made in his sem- nary for the training of native priests. In December 1946, he repm'ts a record group of ordina- tions to augment the number of indigenous clergy. "A native clergy is of inestimable value to a mis- sion land such as India, and should be encouraged at the cost of what- ever sacrifice it may entail," writes the rector of Sacred Heart Sem- inary which opened ten years ago. "However, due to lack of funds and the long, hard war period, proper equipment for the chapel' and library is still unsupplied. Books on Theology and other branches of philosophi are very much needed. Any help that can be given will be sincerely appre- ciated by the seminarians." America's Call The aim of the Glenmary Mis- sioners or Home Missioners of America, founded in 1939, is to "Labor for the conversion of the multitudes of Americans who are outside the Fold of Christ' with special reference to those who dwell in the 'Thousand Priestless I Countries,' our 'No Priest Land.' " Blue prints have been made for a spacious Mother House, but con- struction has not yet begun. Fa- ther Bishop, Superior of the order declares that "the echo of a drop- ping coin fills us with joy, the flut- tering of a bank note sends us in- to ecstasies of gratitude. Like the farmer and his barn we can't take care of our increasing harvests with a Mother House. Our young From Maguadnr, India, Father students must be growing up with Fischer, S.J., writes ef Hindu ac- ; us and imbibing to" the full the tivity to reconvert Christians to i spirit of our mission enterprise, their old Iiindu beliefs and of their attempts to thwart the fur- Love's Park ther success of our missionaries there; in some cases intimidation has been employed to bring natives back to the Hindu fold. "Our new converts, uneducated as they are, OS Or' pc S L __ may be easily led astray by false prophets. Their credulity is phe- Ant o nap nomenal; any lie is accepted. It ,s imperative that we have teach- SHOE REPAIRING -- SHOES $428 N. Second Rockford Nelson's Loves Park Floral Shop 6232 No L Second St. Tel. Porkeside 46 Rockford Henry Olson & Son MEMORIALS R.R. 2, Windsor Road Phone Parkside 333-3 Rockford, Illinois i t Parkside Food Mart GROCERIES AND MEATS " $54S N. 2nd Street Phone Parkside 750 Rockford, Illinois LOVES PARK SUPER SERVICE, INC. COMPLETE LU S RICATIONWASHING--POLISH ING AUTO ACCESSORIES---MOTOR TUNE UP--BRAKE SERVICE S207 N. Second St. Tel. Parkside 1492 Rockford PLATING Our futm'e professors must have a seminary to teach in when they return to their job at home! All this that the welcoming, expectant smiles of children in the missions may not he disappointed in the years to come. There are souls be- hind those smiles that are worth it all--and more." Mission Seminary In Colombia Bogota (Colombia)--Thanks to the initiative and apostolic zeal of the Bishop of Santa Rosa de Osos (suffragan of Medillin), H. E. Mi- guel Angel Builes, the mission sem- inary which he founded has more than succeeded in its tak of train- ing priests for the difficult work of evangelizing the scattered lopu- lations of the diocese of Santa Rosa de Osos and other areas. From modest beginnings in 1927 with only three professors and five students, this missionary institute of the secular clergy has grown heyond all expectations. Forty priests have already begun their work on the mission and over 250 students more in philosophy, theol- ogy and in the novitiate are pre- paring to follow in their footsteps. The pr'eparatory seminary is equal- ly prosperous, so that the time is not too far distant when there is hope of 200 priests being trained by this excellent institution. A yea ago the new Prefecture Apostolic of' Lahateca (Colombia) was entrusted to this Pontifical Mission Seminary of Yarumal. The Institute ah'eady has six large mission centers on the Atlantic coast. Hindu Hi-Jinks MODERN PLATING WORKS HICK SERVATIUS, Prop. WE SPECIALIZE IN GOLD AND SILVER PLATING OH ALL CHURCH VESSELS Episcopal Permission Granted 121 I. Hancock Ave. Tel. Main 194 Freeport, B. I l ers and catechists capable of com- bating this propaganda and of steadying our people in their Ca- tholicism. However, our financial situation is such that We find it I im,)ossible to keep teachers at all the threatened places, and among our new converts of the Kisan caste, some villages are falling un- der the influence of :these ultra- Hindu agents. Money is badly needed to erect chapels and pay teachers that the natives may be kept in their good disposti0n to- ward the Church. "At the same time that we evan- gelize these people, we try to raise them socially and economically. We must help them to get rid of the many middlemen, who are making fabulous profits at the expense of i the poor cultivator. If we had a little capital to buy up their pro- duce and then sell it fox' them at the high prices prevalent in the! large centers, the gain would all go to the cultivators. A good deal has been done these last two years, bu more can and must be done to show the civilizing power of Ca- tholicism to the people of India." Enthusiastically Eloquent Good news from the Philippines! Father Samuel Sheehan, Co|umban Superior,, in Manila writes: ]J Hold on to your seat! Malatei Church is in use again. Last Sun-[ day was our Fiesta. The floor was I finished and the roof almost corn-] plete, so we ril, ged up a high altar I 'and had all the Masses in it for l the occasion. Just as well we did; ] there was a record attendance. Peo- I )le came front far and near and] even with six Masses we were not[ able to accommodate the crowds. It has caused no little excitement here. My vocal chords are com-[ pletely gone from preaching and| I have to give a mission in Linga- yen next week, but the joy of it[ would make anybody enthusiastic-[ ally eloquent." 1 Jack Ringness Named President Of Newman Club Champaign--At a recent busi- ness meeting in the Catholic stu- dent center in Champaign, Newman club members at the University of Illinois elected officers for the spring semester which begins next month. : Those elected were: Jack Ring- ness, president; Frank Bruns, vice- president; Anne Mlinarich, corres- ,)ending secretary; Mary Zannini, recording secretary; Don Guinane, treasurer, and Mary Jane Bart- lett, historian. The Rev. Dr. Edward J. Duncan, student chaplain, congratulated the new officers and also com- mended the retiring members of the Executive Council for their work the past semester. 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