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February 24, 1961

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a, J ll3AY, I, BP UAI Y 24, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 5 " II h,ch I o c ariti, ment v fn coo"erationtj with /,o n,allil,4 I i Patr0mz ]!||[ ]everllOh~no | beforet grow for one lthn~studles t/cylts Chest Ag JL ~,Catholic Charities Staff "-----"~ [ Notice of a staff meeting was posted in all of Catholic Charity lagencics. Caseworkers were asked to be prompt, for lhe meeting Iwas a serious one. Six inLants were to be placed in adoptive [homes. / Assembled were representa-I }ir ~. ~::i::i::ii:::.i : ' :i{::? fives from Aurora Elgin Sterl- for a familx We like to ; :~i :::!!!!iiii::: : :::il;::i.::::i:i ! ~ ' ' quest .'. ,"lfee] afterca e u s y. co- .~ ing and RockfordThe Rev r f 1 tud n Michael J Shanahan director. - [ "" lsMermg absolutely all angles ~liJ~}~&~ i~!~D~:i~i:i:.: :: i:::ii:i:i~!i~iiii:i!i:i:~:: [ of Catholic Charities, prayed Ior [ that a child is given a real guidance and courage The is-,w ' rift4/ FRANCISCAN COMMUNITY WORKSHOP--The Rev. Mother Michigan attended Five sisters from St. Anthony hospital, |sues at hand were serious, "The[}:'~'il~: M. Pteta, Mother General of the Slste s of the Thwd Order of [ Rockford, were among the speakers at the workshop: Sisters [ri~ht child placed with the right[ St. Francis, Peoria, sponsored a recent five-day workshop for I M. Raymunda, M. Secunda, M. Grace, M. Clara and M. Innoo |~arents "' only thru God's help]~ -~,- the Sister supervisors engaged in nursing Sixty-five represent- ] tenet. / '~ ~. ~' ; . t ~oli'tlm'tO'x~ IWI,-~xr tives from the community's 11 hospitals in Illinois, Iowa and i lcoum we make sucn a aencate| ~v~xvav~j z.~-u.7 ,' / decision. ttlr t " 1 llP I ~ -- -- O -- -- I O ",Check Hi,stories . IBe Comaulsorv Vlan l reaktast [ r)cl - h - t t z " " - I Dtrecttolls ' l i The hist r e;] l tbe chlld and ." 11 ~:vESs[;2~i'IT~h ~tlessed ~ La(i~tCe ~ -- lr )5~hn: ouault, v ith a background~ of " ' ~ - ~ ' Sacrament sodality of St. Brid [LL~ ~JglP~.A~ ~/ O1 ESItOp prose meditation written by aviewed. Group participation to make sociology compulsory get parish will have a motherI ~ ,it priest-poet will be featured'onlcommenced. Pro's and con'slin all seminaries. and daughter Communion break-/ CHICAGO -- Illinios Catholic Daughters of America will be lthe Directions '61 television pro- were aired. It is also thinking of requir- fast in the church hall follow-/hostesses to a regional leadership institute at the Conrad Hilton|gram Feb 26 at 1 am EST [ "Do you think the size of theiing seminarians to study far- ing 8-45 am. Mass Sunday hotel in Chicago Feb 25 and 26 Ten states from the centralI Also on 'the rogram will bel arents fit this child~'' asked|eign language~ during their va- . p P . ~ S [ March 5. Reservations must be ]west area will be represented: lndiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minr/e-[ a discussion of the Montessori IMrs. James, caseworker from |cations. ! made by Feb. 26 with Mrs. Don-lsota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wiscon-lmethod of teaching by Mrs IFreeport [ These projects are reported in ald Campbell or Mrs. Marvin tsin and Illinois. INancy Rambusch, headmistress l Miss T;eadwell of Sterling of- the. newly released "The ,1960 I Webber. t The program ha~. been. pre- ]of the WhitbySchool,Green- fl ~'.~ ~,~K~u.~-"a "Th'~ '--other of]Act~vmes of the. Holy See .an ] Mrs. Richard Strait is chair-lpared under the direction of day. Visiting state ehaplains,lwich, Conn. lthe child is small, and the/annual Vatican pubhcatlon FOR * man n asslstm her are ~vlrs ~nna t~axter uuouque The co which rewews the WOrK ann I a d . - g . ] l,~ . ,' ']the Rt.Rev. Msgr. W. E. Fras-/ p se meditation wasladoptive mother is tiny, yes, II . ; M Jam Ca lcotte and national cnalrman lne 1Juries o rl b,programs oI all parts oI tne ao [ rues. es pp" . ~. ',ter, Michigan, and the 1Rev.]W 'tteny theRex. Danicl Ber-lfeel this a good matchingI ~ " ISam Giuffre ' lana r~esponslolnues o~ beaoer-tJohn j ~ncEneane'" ~ ~. r~ |rigan S J Lamont ,-~etr,*~--~:-, " ~ministrative otlces oi tne noiy PERSONALSACR1FICE~ I~ Iship'' w i!l be discussed by na-[kota ~vill*';articipat'Yi.~l?~hUey ,~i~i[prizewinler. "Father' Ber~'~iga;]p ~omn~re Back~ ounds .lSee. The body responsible for Irr~Tr ~'~ .1 ]tional officers and visiting state],~i~oi',~ "mh~ A~ner,~I=to ,~t th,~lteaches En~li~l~ lit~,r~t,r~ =+[ 1-, -~ --.r- .7'" ~. Iseminary projects is the Sacred c~ w' "~*~" *" " l~l'om,~uroralvlagnus~eng ~, . " . . . . re~,ents lth special sessions ~ Con re atmn of Unlxerstt~es IIV lr~Oute tol . C D of A" stressing that every[LeMoyne colle,e, Syracuse, N.]said "I feel the two fathers inl .%. g. I llorvarious court otllcers anO~court s ]o"ia ~tr"n"'hA- ~'- -r ~Y ~ ~ " lano ~emlnaries. "s' ' . u u ~e g~ cn *L~ o- the case are similar in size. Al d~ trmt deputies The re rt said the congrega I " ' ;'" . tganization, based first on locall The National Council of Curb-Irate tram both Mr Sen" andI po,- .I. OlIL Uffl~l,g'$ l