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FRIDAY JANUARY 27. 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 11 i!ii:ii !i!i !i! ~i'.!.!:[:!:::i:i: ':::" "?';":~!~. i::.i:!:: ~:~:i:i:~ j;:qi.::ii:i:i~ :. ~.::i '.::i :.:.:-:.:&,~:-:.: =================================== !i:::::/: ::~ ~ ~:. ;f:::~i!~i::::i~iii::::F .~:i~i::~ :::;iiii:/i::i::i:::.~i~: ~ .ii~iiiii::~ii:/.i::~::::::f::/:i:/!::iii~!::ii::i~::? iiiiiiii::i::i::i :;::: : STERLING--Another C.C.D. teacher training course will beI offered in the diocese of Rockford beginning Tuesday, Feb. 7, at[ 7;30 p.m at St. Mary school in Sterling " I The course is designed to in-I l street lay persons in the art of]the Rev. Dorrance Tranel andI teaching redgion to Catholic ~ ~ r, L I children attending the public me ~ev n~man *-utter, rum[ elementary and s e c o n d a r y[of the Newman Central Catho-I schools Each Tuesday these lic high school faculty. Ins truc-] people attend a two hour ses-tions in Catholic doctrine will1 stun in which they receive in-] andttructi nSteaching n CatholiCtechniquesdoctrine[beto be]c negiven f st.bY Marythe ReV.parish Emilster.Fal- SEMI-FINALISTS--Marmion Military academy, Aurora, has 13 semi-finalists in the Illinois State employed in conducting Con- ling. Students will be asked toi Scholarship competition. They are (seated) Dan Mack, Pat Petit, Bill Zahnr. Ralph Lemley Iraternity of Christian Doctrine]signify .] (standing) Tom Franezak, Andrew Worek ,foe Zoeher, Bill Hall, Jim Graham, Thad Pales, their de'sire to become] Steve Worthley, Donate Hiemenz. Robert Kurzer. (Marmion Military Academy Photo) classes. I elementary or( secondary school 17 Week Course [teachers T~xtbooks maybe ob-I . ' Training courses last for a tained at the-school. STERLING IS SITE--- period of 17 weeks, during which time the students are required to do supervised practice teach- It]It" 'Upon successful completion llthf course a diploma is issu- lrd-~,hich qualifies a lay' person to teach religion under the di- rection of his parish priests Teaching methods and techni- ques wilt be taught by Mrs. John Thomas and Mrs Joseph Clark. Guest lecturers wilt be Boy Scouts Plan Sunday Benetit ROCKFORD -- Troop 31, Boy Scouts of America, is complet- ing plans for its pancake break- fast Sunday, Jan. 29, in St. Patrick church hall. Serving will be from 6 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. The Holy Name society of St Patrick parish is the spon- soring unit for the troop Pro- coeds will be used to buy camp- ing equipment. Ben Fertig is Scoutmaster, as- sisted by Albert Labunski and Jim Estes. Anthony Costello is troop committee chairman. The breakfast committee includes Robert Welch. chairman. Ray- mond Nardelli. Angelo Santoro, Wilbert Keehmen. Bill Strelow and Jim Estes. Fathers of the Scouts will cook and serve breakfast College Names 5 Buildings , LOUISVILLE. Ky. -- Belier- mine College here will name five campus buildings as part of its tenth anniversary, cole- bration on January 15. Albert Cardinal Meyer, Arch- bishop of Chicago, will preside atthe ceremonies at the Arch- diocese of Louisville's college. The buildings are: a science hall. to be named for Louis Pas- ~lti~r, renowned chemist: the au- '~J~ erium-gymnasium to be nam- ed Knights Hall for the nick- name of the school's teams: a student residence hall to be 24 Teachers At the present time in the Sterling area, approximately 25 lay persons are engaged in teaching reiigion to elementary school children in Confraternity courses. Registration for the course will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at St. Mary in the old high school building, 10 West 6th Street. Nominees for U. S. Aeademms Are Announced AURORA--Nine students, in- cluding four from Aurora and two from St. Charles, have been nominated by Marmi0n M i 1 i- tary academy to compete for appointments to the three U.S. service academies, it has been announced by the Rev. Joseph, O.S.B Marmion headmaster. Annually, Marmion, because of its honor rating as an ROTC school, is privileged to nomi- n a t e three senior cadets to compete for ten appointments at each of the service acad- emies: the United States Mili- tary academy at West Point. the United States Naval acad- emy at Annapolis and the Unit- ed States Air Force academy in Colorado. The nominees announced by Father. Joseph include: .Air Force academy,: Stephen George Worthley, St. -Charles; Thomas P e t e r Wright, Hart- ford, Mich.: a n d Leonard J. Seraphin, Aurora United. States Military acad- emy: John Robert Gallagher, Jr Joliet: James Patrick Gra- ham. Aurora:. Charles P a u 1 Loeper, Chicago United States Naval acade- my: Herbert Joseph Hentschel. Aurot'a; Salvador Apolinor Rios, Aul:ora: " and William ~Robert Muetze, St. Chai'les. A total of 17 cadets nnd one alumnus filed applications, ac- P. E. Dersen "thinking of God" a HA-["speak" to one another be- Learning about our Chris- BIT! Because of this haoH, tcause they have a wonder- tian Symbols has been fun. they were able to see His ful "language" that all true But learning them is only Name and Goodness in ev- Christians understand. So the beginning. 'erything around them . . let's start using our sym- "- - ,' ' "" bols' It is important to re- Hxs Name in the fish . . . His Spirit and Love in the Make some hook-mark- memher that the symhols "dove" His power in the ers for your school hooks; were created for a BOLD "flame" . His Majesty make several and maybe purpose: To protect the ear- "behind" the clouds and so you can have fun exchang- ly Christians Even more o g tht~ ~-arlv Chrig n Ye~, ~ -ing them with your class- than this the s y m b o I s]tians were quick to see God mates. The "symbol.mark- s e r v e d to inspireand an ~ O . I d THEY ~ERE UICK ers". will help you remem- strengthen them spiritual-iTO BECOME SAINTS~ her that your first reason ly; thev were also used to ,~,~ " ~ [ The sy vr for going to school is to instruct converts, l eious to the early Christians learn so that you can serve We can see from this,]because of the unity -- the God better! that the symbols were not Christian Love. tllat was And then. the next time ~ created merely for the sake expressed through them. you want to send a "greet- I X-{'flF of "amusing" Christians. When t h e s e Christians ing card", why not make it ~ .M.~ What is even more import- could not speak out land to yourself and "use a symbol ant about our symbols is one another, their symbols to fit the occasion: A Pea- : this: Their .first power and spoke for them. These same cock on an Easter card; the 1~ ]~al~ ~ ~ ~ ]~ ]~1 ,purp se still remains for symbols can do the same for symbol of the Eucharist for ~4V IP t.AV IP ~ IP I ~ ]those who will use them! us today. I a Holy Communion card: This is why our Church has In our "Christian world",land maybe the Hand sym The 1961 Diocesan Basketball ship to age eligibility as de-!league includes parochial!treasured them for well w, 1,n-,~, ~h~ ~oibol" to wish "God's bl'css. Tournament of Champions will termined by the Illinois.? High lsch lsl" of Rockford and Belvi-lover nineteen h u n d r e. d and work her~---":-~' ';-u,:v*"h~.linos" on some one for their be held in Sterling S u n d a y, School Athletic association. !dare. !years. She knows what the "Restoration Of All Thingslbirthday . . . Anyone can Mar. 5 at St. Mary school in,To send w J n n e r s to the] The Freeport sectional tour- t symbols can do for herlin Christ." This means thatlget a "card", but not every- tthe gym ~f Ne:nr2ant~enter hen ~il~ct~ane ~n~:7:a ?:::~:t~:~p~t w~ll;oehOSe~dt bYa S~ifalthful -- She wantsthe]we are here to work for Je-lone can enjoy such an ex- c:et:ch::Is g;~d~oure%c:ion: end activities in four stations oI will invite school teams Iromlf--aithful to knO~l~t t%chlSUS; to bring all people and[press~on of Chr,stmn Love o'f the diocese will battle in aft the diocese Feb 24 to 26 Sac- East Dubuque Galena, Stock~ our ~vmoots t i. s .lthings back to Him. But he Why not make sure tnat ernoon and evenin ames for tional meets will be held in~:ton Menominee Savanna Ster-[re re than the w r[tten wore fore we can do this welYour friends will? o the SHOW US For the Diocesan Championship tro- Aurora, Rockford, Freeport and ling, Rock Falls, West Brook- -- Y : . " ,'tmust he close to Him our-[ When you write a letter phies presented annually by the Elgin. [lyn, Amboy, Dixon,, tihey sn:~VonUS, th~[selves--close to our fellow----draw a little symbol at OBSERVER The Aurora sectional t ur and Oregon their ex stenee e, "" " o -i . [ - . . ]Christians. We must radiate the top of the page--this r r I the earl Christians were A cla ification of the uling nament w i 11 invite teams of The Elgin sectional will be Y la great love foranother will show that you a r e on player eligibility for both the Aurora schools and is spenser:[played at St. Edward high!ouick to see God--EVER.Y-land "show the world" iust -roud to he "workin~ f,w Diocesan and the Sectional ed by the Aurora parochial lea:[school gym and will invitelWHERE! They made how much love and ha~p~i- Jesus"! "" ~" -~- tournaments has been made. A gee and the athletic department schools from three counties. Ex- ~ ne~s there i~in 1" e i n ,~ t ~ a " ~, Kememoer tllls use our player is eligible for tournament of Marmion Military academy peered to take part in this the[ ~]r "t t n ]"Christian" s: , play until h i s 15th birthday, where the games will be played llargcst of the sectional meets J~[egD lor l-'oor Chr~suan ~ymoois ann the3 This clarification is made at The Rockford section will send are s c h o ol s Of DeKalb, Syca-[,~ ] Our symbols canhelpuswill work for you--. Be LIIVI/~ reru [i~t) P ~ignt r the request of coaches and tour- its league winner to the diocesan more Batavia Geneva St.[, -- do thi,--IF we ~ill usehappy now and God bless ~- nunareo~.athollC nuns meeting nament offlcmls and ~s deter- tournament. League plays con- Charles, El~ln, Dundee, Hemp-] [them. They can help us You: mined b f r r here resolveo thai more mUSL y a ou -yea relation- cludes Sunday, Feb. 26. T h i s shire, Algonquin, Cary, Crystal] ~~ --2 -- -- - L a k eWoodstock McHenr- oe crone to awal~en veru's weal- / 1,~a,~,~ in Johnsburg, Spring Grove, H~-thy classes to the plight, of thel. L2, 1947 St. Mary (Sterling) over St. Mary (Rockford) 1948 St. Vincent (Freeport) over St. Mary (Aurora) 1949 St. Mary (Sterling) over St. Joseph (Elgin) 1950 St. Joseph (Elgin) over St. Mary (Sterling) 1.951 St. Mary (Sterling) over St. Mary (Aurora) 1952 St. Mary (Sterling) over St. Mary (Aurora) 1953 St. Mary (Sterling) over St. Joseph (fAur0ra) 1954 St. Mary (Sterling) ever St. Mary (Rockford) 1955 St. Mary (Sterling) over SL Patrick (McHenry) yard and. Richmond Priest Shortage MONTREAL--- (NC) The Archdiocese of Montreal. whose two million Catholics make it one of North America's largest, is short at least 500 priests, a publication on vocations states. This is reported by '"Le Pre- tre" (The Priest}. bulletin of the Work of Vocations associa- tion It says that in 1911 when Catholic population here was 600,000. there were -25 new priests, but only 27 priests were ordained last year despite the fact that tbe population has tripled since 1911. The archdiocese will conduct a religious vocations crusade from February 5 to 12. Say. You It i. THE OBSERVER poor. The resolution was t a k e ~Jan. 14) at the country's first National Congress of Religious. For a week delegates from all the women's religious com- munities in Peru met to discuss aspects of the religious 1 if e from recruitment of vocations to missionary work in the jun- gle areas B o t h. foreign and ~'eruvian nuns took part in the deliberations The congress met under the auspices of Archbishop Romoto Carboni, Apostolic Nuncio to Peru. ~rhe Nuncio proposed to the congress that every nun have a half-day a week free. and two weeks vacation in the summer The Archbishop said that the finest apostolic labors would not be realized unless the physi- cal and psychologic$1 limita- tions of the human body are tak- en into consideration. 15 FREE DAY THE MONEY YOU SAVE BY THE 15TH OF THE MONTH EARNS FROM THE 1ST Savings Insured ta $10,000 by Federal Deoosit Ins. Corp. All Withdrawals Paid promptly Face to Face Teller Service Oven 8 A.M. Daily Open Man. & Fri. 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