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remap rEBltUAhY 24, 1961 . THE OBSERVER .4. . , mimouenymmanaemia 11 l rifle-Known Facts for Catholics mastic not. Home. nan-savio- “W PIANOS AND ORGANS ool ‘ VWVil WW< CATHOLIC SALVAGE NURSING HOME Excellent nursing home care..Approvec by state Department of Funk: .Health Bellevue Place, Waterman. Ill. Phone 3 Used Clothing. Furniture. Dishes, Lamps and all household artIcles. In the Rock- OVER ‘00 New and Us” ford store. we have a n_ew department Plano: and Organs to Choose From dedicated to RelIgious articles. Prices to 330 N. Main st, Rockford, we, 34)” fit your immediate budget. Come In and Help Wanted—Female A PRIEST CONFES'SES by Jose Luis Martin Dcscalzo Aca— demy Library Guild. Fresno, California, 218 pp, $3.95.. The author of this autobiogra- phy, Padre Martin gives his in- nermost thoughts as a young seminarian preparing for the priesthood. He writes p a g c s about the thoughts he had prior to ordination and during the ceremonies itself. He then gives his impressions of his first few years in the active ministry. Without question, it is a per- sonal insight into the very mind of a young man who is terribly in love with Christ. The book is written in a m 0 st emotional style; you can almost feel the uthoi‘l’vs' traumatic experiences: Qu' can almost see the tears his eyes and hear the trem- blc in his voice. . Though the book can be clas- sified as most unusual. it would be dangerous to assume that every young man experiences the same thing as Padre Martin did. ‘ It must be kept in mind also that the author is an emotional man and at times the sentimen- talism may be just a little too much for the average reader to take. One begins to wonder if the idea of his vocation was one of all feeling and emotions and not enough of reason. The book is written in a rath- er segmentary fashion. It is much the way, St. Paul penned hisepistles: there are so many apparent tangents, all of which, it is true, help the reader in understanding the mind of the author. ' , ' ‘ The book, is recommended highly with this distinction; it should be read with the precise knowledge that this is not the way it happens to everyone who becomes a priest. I WIJ ..‘* I ‘k THE SACRAMENT or FREE- ' DOM. bijlIe Rev. John B. Slicel'l’ll,HC.S.P.. Bruce Milwau- kee. 168 pp:. $3.50. -. Dealing‘very much in gener- alities; yet, touching enticingly upon :specifics, the author of this very readable book “Book on ConfesSion” givesa helping h a nd; to, the average person. seeking a better understanding of they“Sacrament of Freedom." The“ author' touches on such subjects as the rediscovery of confession, the master plan of the sacrament, the forgiveness of vcnial sins, examination of conscience. confession, contri- tion. firm purpose of amend- .Ient, penance and absolutioii, emptations, scruples and spe- cial problems. , By the time the reader reach- es the last chapter “Blessing or Burden” he has the answer well in mind. As a clear insight into the Sacrament, this is 'an excel- lent book. For the person with insight into the sacrament who is looking for specific help in “how” to make bi-weekly or monthly confession meaningful, this is not the answer—although .the book is well worth reading for all. P.A.N. ilr * FIRST TO THE PRIESTHOOD by Rev. M. For— rell. S.S., Bruce, MIL, 201 pp. I At last we are able-to find a book which gives 'a lucid ex- planation of what is expected of HAVE YOU TRIED THE ORIGINAL? Blue Ribbon Dislribulors Rockford - Dixon John Knoliell Son A 'Freeporl, Ill. Complete Banking Service Since See Us For Installment Loans THE STATE BANK OF _. . WOODSTOCK Member FDIC. MONDAY IIIIIoueII FRIDAY ' 9:30 AM. A fail-Moving And fascinaling New Game. VIDEO VILLAGE "' wux-Iv Channel I3 ' $3.95. .- a young boy in seminary and what a young boy should expect in the seminary. The book is written more for the student who is already in the seminary than' for the young man contemplating entrance, yet, for either the clear-cut, down to earth explanation of such things as meditation, spir- itual readings, the rule. recrea- tion ctc., is applicable to both and invaluable not only to thc seminarian but to the boy con- ,sidcring this kind of a life. It is something which has been lacking in our libraries for some time and now the gap has properly been filled. ‘ Father Farrell is r professor at St. Edward's Minor semin- ary, Kenmore, Wash, and a member of the Society of St. Sulpice, a religious group of men who specialize in the gov- erning of seminaries and the teaching and instructing of seminarians The author clearly explains that the seminary is a place to love —— sanely, heroically. Insist- ing on the deep realization of this factor. he follows out every consequence in the rigorous, ,somewhat monotonous and even annoying circumstances of just plain everyday seminary exis- tence. So often a young man is very confused as to what the semin- ary is really like —— here is an excellent book for someone who is disturbed-Sometimes a young seminarian. is not sure what his role should he in the seminary. Again, this is the book for him. This would 'make an excellent book to give as a gift to a young BOOST NEW MARRIAGE COURSE—A living testimo'hial to the new Marriage Prepara- tion Course issued by the Family Life Bureau of the Na- tional Catholic Welfare confer- ence is the former Dianne Bishop Peter' W. Bartholome of St. Cloud, .Minn. Dianne quit singing prior to her mar- riage so that she could devote . her time to being a good housewife. Forty Hours Mt. St. Mary Academy, St». ‘Charles —- Second Sunday of Lent. St. Mary, Sycamore - Second Sunday in Lent. suggested to readers that they Lennon of the famous Lennon 1 Sisters of the. Lawrence Welk TV program and her husband . Richard Cass. The couple took the course at the suggestion of . man contemplating the study for the priesthood. . WIJ * * "A l . HELP ME. FATHER. Rev. E. F. BLEIDORN, Bruce Publish: ing C0,, $3.00. This is a book designed to ini- tiate priests and seminarians intothc field of spiritual counsel» ing. The author, realizing that there is a great need for priests to exchange experiences and to share their personal practices in the direction of souls, is making his contribution. ‘ In part one the author tries to‘ awaken a desire for spiritual counseling in any who might feel reluctant‘ to undertake it. .He places emphasis on the fact that everyone is in need of help while the title of “Father” given to the priest indicates a special prerog- ative to satisfy that need" for help. Part two is devoted to a technique of spiritual counseling. Not all will agree with the points I discussed, for there is too much 2n- . A v. I THE GREAT I71.“ CENTURY V, MISSIONARY ‘ l’.‘l Mir/HEW RICCI, . WHO swam MOST or His LIFE IN PEKING, ' BECAME So PROFICIENT I, IN WRITING CHINESE of the personal in every method of counseling to enable any one formula to be acceptable. Chap- ter IX in this section, on helping others to, know themselves, is perhaps the best. Aside from the mechanical make-up of the book which. is good helpful summaries, at the end of each chapter, index, and good bibliography -— this review- er finds that the matter is pre— sented rather superficially. It is might spend more time reading the books in the bibliography than on the text itself. P. E. ‘John parish. Feb. THAT His BOOKS WERE “ .\ Reennpso As MODELS or cum-y Allyson: . OSCOIII AURORA -— Geode A. Cook. Michael parish, Feb. 14. Mrsé Annie Cole. II. Holy Angels parish. Feb. .‘ . . ' Mrs. Sue Gengler. 64. St. Joseph parish, Feb. 14. Theodore W. Abens, 77. st. Rita parish. Feb. 19. Jean Baptiste Willemin. 75, Heart parish, Feb. 15. Thomas Assell. 15. 5:. Joseph parish, Feb. 14. IATAVIA — Nicholas J. Holy Cross parish, Feb. 16. EASTDUBUOUE -— Mrs. Anna Mitch- Iey. 78. St. Mary parish, Feb. u. ELGIN —- Mrs. Theresa Hess. 71, Joseph parish. Feb. 15. Mrs. Bertha Kleiser. 86, SI. Requi 43, SI. Sacred Smith, 73. SI. J oseph 'parish. Feb. 17. FREEPORT —- William R. Moore. 29. St. Thomas Aquinas parish. Feb. 15. Theodore A. Secker. 64. St. Joseph par- ish. Feb. 16. LOVES PARK — Mrs. Anna L. Kurth. 7. SI. Bridget parish. Feb. 18. ROCKFORD —- Alessio Ciacclo. 74. SI. Anthony parish. Feb. 16. Mrs. Josephine M. Cazzaniga, 82. st. Peter parish, Feb. 15. SAVANNA — Roy 1/!tltilford King. 77. SI. SOMONAUK —- Mrs. Sophie B. Cannon. 85. St. John parish. Feb, 14. . STERLING =- Mrs. Marla Mondraoon De Leon. (:6. SI. Mary parish, Feb. 10. Virgil —- Nicholas Keiter. al. 53. Peter and Paul parish, Feb. 19. WONDER LAKE - Lawrence A. Dor- sen. 24. Christ the King parish. Feb. 18. Grant Given JAMAICA, N. '1’.~—(NC)——The Optiona Every Pilgrimage , =W'riicfor F1 CATHOLIC TRAVIL Dupont Circle Bldg" Picnic and In the he: booklet about your 1901 ‘ “world-covering" pilivimages. Smild ... lean... tender FULLY COOKED U. S. Air Force Office of Scien~ tific Research has granted St. John’s University $11,560 for a two—year physics research pro— ject, the university announced. tam—clam; EMMITSBURG. Md. —— (NC)‘ —The National Science Founda- tion has granted $3,030 to St. Joseph College here for a one— year research program by un- dergraduates. the college an— nounced. OFFICE—DEPT. AI Washington 6, D.C. A SERIES or lb‘!‘ csuruky BAS-RELIEFS ILLUSTRA'IING 1HE LIFE OF OUR. LORD AND 1H6 SAINTS aw STILL BE SEEN ON no: DUNGEON WALLS or THE FRENCH 0.511.: or GIsoRs.1Hc~/ wen: EXECUTED av A PRISONER. woo SPENT I4 YEARS AT "ME wommlis ONLY TOOL A 120er NAIL ,I I....:.... . ..... .l........l... ..... .. ..~......... . . . , . . . . . .:' . . . . . _ . . . . .. CARDINALS IN 1630 BY POPE in IT is ESTIMATED THAT ARCH BISHOP CARINCI, 99 YEARS OLD SECRETARY or THE couaasaanon or RITES HAS CELEBRATE!) MORE “ mu 22650 MASSES I Some HIS ORDINATION 75 YEARS AGO. Eucharistic Guild. Sponsors Panel ROCKFORD -— The Eucharis- tic Guild of the Catholic Wom— an's league will have a panel} discussion on “Eucharist —~ The Broad of Life" at its meeting Thursday. March 2. following the Holy Hour at 7:30 pm. at the Poor, Clare monastery. 'Appearing on the panel will' be Mr. and Mrs. Thomas High- land of St. Patrick parish, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Murphy of St. James, and the Rev. Philip Kennedy. assistant at St. Ed- ward. Panel members will dis- cuss the effects of frequent Communion on daily living. The] Rev. Lawrence London, chaplain of St. Anthony hospital, is mod- orator of the guild. “ Your Guarantee 0 Free Moth- proofing Fur Storage ‘1 l l l I 0 Dyeing * AURORA ELGIII 31. CHARLES GENEVA BAIAVIA DE KAlB SYCAMORE (ARV 27th Annual Escorted Little Flower Pilgrimage Tour to the Shrines. 13 countries,. 46 days from . $1395 . Escorted tours to New Orleans, Hawaii, Mexico, California Unnnrlunily to hem Man an all {mm '5" your age‘t or write Dent 6-7. 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