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PAGE 2 World N Lenten Fast Lifted Again DALLAS, Texas -- B i s h o p Feast of the Immaculate Con- Thomas K. German of Dallas - Fort Worth has again released Catholics here from the general rules of fast during Lent and on Ember days. The prelate, who first lifted the rules last year. said there will be only four days of fast and abstinence throughout this year. In addition to Ash Wednes- day, Feb. 15. they are Good Fri- day, March 31; the vigil of the ception. Dec. 7, and the vigil of Christmas. which may be ob- served either Dec. 23 or 24. Fridays remain as days of ab- stinence, unless a special dis- pensation is issued. Dallas - Fort Worth is the fourth U.S. diocese to lift the general rules of fasting this year. The others are Buffalo. N.Y Portland, Maine, and Ogdens- burg, N.Y. ACCM Organized in Chicago CHICAGO -- An Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Men for the Archdiocese of Chicago has been formally organized Albert Cardinal Meyer, Arch- bishop of Chicago, presided at the organizational meeting of representatives of more than 30 local Catholic men's groups in the Sherman hotel. Fraternal, professional, nationality and re- ligious associations are in the federation. The organizational work local- ly was headed by Msgr. Ed- ward J. Kelly, executive 'direc- tor of the Archdiocesan Union of Holy Name Societies. Attorney Frank J. McLoraine of Chicago was elected president of the council. Missionary in Wheelchair TAIPEI, Formosa -- A deter-[the United States for treatment. mined young American Jesuit[ Although still partially para- scholastic has returned here in[lyzed' unable to walk, 'tied to a a wheelchair to continue mis-[wheelchair and without the use of his right arm, the young mis- sionary work. sinner persuaded his superiors Robert Ronald. S.J:, of Mar- to allow him to return here. tinez. Calif. arrived in Formosa in 1957 to join the Jesuits from the California province already active here. After completing one year of language study, he was stricken with peliomeylitis. Following four months in hos- pital here, he was flown back to Mr. Ronald will resume his study of Chinese at the Jesuit- directed Chabanal Language School at Hsinchu 30 miles south of Taipei. While perfect- ing his Chinese he will continue therapeutic exercises designed to restore the use of paralyzed , muscles. Canine Apostolate $APPORO. Japan An Amer- family home to meet his mas-' ican missioner's abiding faith in ter. Through their common m- his "useless. good-for-nothing" terest in the dog, the Takawaya pet dog paid off recently. For a long time Father Irwin D. Nugent, M.M of Dorchester, Mass had refused to follow the advice of his fellow missioners to get rid of Peachy, his wan- dering, ever - hungry mongrel. Recently the dog reaffirmed his master's faith in him. Peachy brought a dog - loving family and Father Nugent be- . i. "d came close fmends. Their fmen- ship soon turned to discussions of religion. Then the entire fam- ily took instructiops and were baptized. The .missioner's reaction to the whole thing: "I always knew that dog was good for something." Marriage Course to Ministers JOHANNESBURG, South Afri- ca -- Forty Protestant ministers attended a marriage course gay- *an here by a Passionist priest who is also a doctor. The course was organized by the Christian Citizenship Depart- ment of the Methodist Church of South Africa. which invited Father Kieran McIvor. C.P to present to the ministers the Catholic teaching on various as- pacts of marriage and the fam- ily. Held in the Methodist Central Hall. here. the lectures were followed by discussion. Subjects treated by Father McIvor were the Meaning and Purpose of Marriage, Marriage as a Sacrament, Separation and Divorce. M i x e d Marriages, Birth Control. Abortion and Sterilization and Artificial In- semination. Student Retreats Increase COVINGTON. Ky. -- Populari- ty of closed retreats for students is increasing according to Fath- er Thomas F, Middendorf, exec- utive secretary of the National Catholic Laymen's Retreat con- ference. The NCLRC official is director of Marydale Retreat House. at Erlanger, Ky. He said that in 1953 Marydale had four retreats for 85 students During the 1960- 61 season 1.200 students at 30 re- treats will be housed at Mary- dale for the closed two day re- treats, he said. For the last three years the Xavier university basketball team from Cincinnati has made annual retreats at Marydale. Coach Jim McCafferty originat- ed the first one in 1958, when Xavier won the National Invita- tion tournament in New York. Pope Pays Surprise Visit VATICAN CITY--His Holiness Pope John XXIII paid an infor- mal surprise visit to a meeting of the preparatory theological commission for the Second Vati- can council. The Pope was accompanied by Archbishop Pericle Felici, secretary of the central prepara- tory commission. He was wel- corned to the meeting by Alfre- do Cardinal Ottaviani, president of the theological commission. The Pope asked that the dis- cussions continue and took a seat. listening quietly to the pro- ceedings. When the (Feb. 14) meeting was over, he compli- mented members on their work and gave them his blessing. Negro Bishop Ordains Whites LITCHFIELD. Corm, -- A Ne- Bishop is a/nember of the Mont- gro bishop ordained three White fort Fathers. priests of the Montfort Fathers He ordained Fathers Everett in St. Anthony's church here. It M. Brown, S.M.M Central was described as the first such Falls, R.I who was a jet pilot event in the history of the nation, lin the Korean conflict; Donald B i s h o p Remy Augustin, lA. LeClerc, S.M.M Clameont, $.M.M who was banished from N.H and M. Joseph Minster- his post as apostolic administra- man, S.M.M Scottsdale, Pa tar of Port-au-Prince by the Hal- who served aboard the battle- tian government a month ago, ship USS Pennsylvania in World officiated at the ceremony. The lWar II. Archbishop Krol Enthroned Mar. 22 PHILADELPHIA -- The Most It also was announced by the Rev. John J. Krol will be en- Chancery office here that the of- throned as Archbishop of Philo- facial farewell of the archdiocese Four Programs I On Interior Life For March TV NEW YORK - (NC) -- Four half-hour programs e n t i t I e d "The Interior Life" will be seen on the Sundays of March on the television program, "Look Up and Live." This was announced by the Radio and TV Office here of the National Council of Catholic Men which produces the series in cooperation with the Colum- bia Broadcasting System. The programs, designed to as- sist viewers in taking the spirit- ual inventory associated with Lent, will be broadcast from 10:30 to 11 a.m EST, but seen in some areas at a different time. A check of local listings is advised by the NCCM. The theme of the series, said the producers in a statement, is that man's spiritual growth be- gins in an acknowledgment of his limitations: thrives on hen- THE OBSERVER est self - knowledge and finds its expression in prayer The title of the individual pro- grams are: "The Beginning," "The Opening Mind," "Living in the Present," and "The Path to Prayer." The scripts were prepared by John Alcorn, author, TV person- ality and onetime member of the Harvard University faculty. Directions 61 'The Box," an original tele- v i s i o n essay written by John W. Bloch and utilizing music, poetry and a new art form, will be featured on "Di- rections '61" Sunday, March 5 (ABC-TV, 1-1:30 p.m. EST). Actress Mary Fickett, who appeared in the Broadway pro- duct]on of "Sunrise at Campo- belle." and actors Ed Bryce and Guy Arbury will star. "The Box" was inspired by artist Bruce Connor's winning entry in a San Francisco ex- hibit in which various artists tried to make concern for hu- man suffering both visible and understandable. Conner used bits of nylon stockings, old beards, tin cans and wax to create what one art critic de- sci'ibed as "an ugly statement of human tragedy -- d i r e c t. honest, almost embarrassing." The exhibit will be zhown on the program Choruses from "The Rock" PARISH BOUNDARIES: The marked line on the above map traces the bound- aries of St. Thomas the Apostle parish in Crystal Lake as defined last week by the Chancery Office. It is interesting that the parish boundaries of the Crystal Lake parish touch upon other neighboring parishes and establish a new eastern boundary for St. Mary's Woodstock, a new southern boundary for St. FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1961 Patrick's, McHenry, a new northern boundary for both St. Mary's, Huntley and St. Margaret's. Algonquin and a new western boundary and northern boundary for Ss. Peter and Paul parish, Cary. (Map reproduced through the courtesy of Rockford Map Publishers.) by T S Eliot investigating the ,~ ", " '. VATICAN CITY-- (Radio, NC)--There are 44 diplomats ac- oe~),evmg unrl, suan's oougauo.n credited to the Holy See according to the new list issued by the oom to zne church aria to ms . Vatican Secretariat of State. leuow man wui oe presenten ' "[ They include 33 ambassadors, ~----" ~---- .Still photographs and motion nine ministers and two adman- See for former noncommunist picture illm Wilt ve commreo ~rs Thor five : ~. .: ',istrators of affa" . " ty - ' governments of their countries ill /d i~/dI.LIl'~tt~=l Oil Lllt:~ pll~llb UJ- governments maintain emoas- n ,v,;,~n ; 1,~ **. ,: refugees in Greece sles at the Holy See, but two : en the governLts they r p- those of Panama and Bolivia resented fell. But they were not Spanish TV are temporarily without ambas-called upon to present their sadors, credentials to His Holiness Pope BARCELONA. Spain--( NC )-- There are nine ministers. John XXIII after his election in Auxiliary B i s h o p Fulton J. Eleven governments have lega- 1959. Sheen of New York delivered tions here. but. those of Indone- the first of a series of six half sin and Finland are without man- Dean of the diplomatic corps hour sermons over Spanish te'le- asters for the time being, is Ambassador Joseph Kripp of vision. He is delivering the ser- There are also two administra- Austria, who presented his mona as part of the Great Mis- tars of affairs for Poland and credentials in 1952. Oldest dip- sion now taking place in Barce- for Lithuania. These diplomats lomat here in years of service, guild of the Catholic Women's lena and the surrounding area. were amba,ssadors to the Holy however, is Minister Filippo league will celebrate the guild's Serlupi Crescenzi of San Marina, Hold MissionI THE At St. Peter THE RT, REV. MSGR. THOMAS S. GREEN, V.F pastor of St. Mary, Sterling, was born in Rockford August 11, 1907, the'son of SOUTH BELOIT -- The Rev. the late Simon J. Green and Mary O'Donnell Green. Mrs. Green Andrew A. Oehm C.SS.R from is still an active member of St. James Pro-Cathedral parish. Lebanon, Ind. will conduct a IAfter completing his high school mission at St. Peter church I training at St. Thomas high March 12 to 19. During the mis-Ischool, Rockford, and St. Mel, sloe, the daily Masses will be at[Chicago, he spent two years at 6:00 and 7:30 a.m. followed bylSt. Ambrose college, Daven- a short instruction The evening/port, In.' services, Rosary, sermon and] Assigned to study in Rome he Benediction of the Blessed So- finished the courses in phil- crament, will be at 7:30. The osophy and theology during the hours for confessions will be an- years 1927 to 1933 and received nounced by Father Oehm. He the degree of Bachelor of Phil- will also hear confessions in the osophy. He was ordained in Italian language. Rome Dec. 8. 1932. by late Francesca Cardinal Marchetti- iiii:)!: Marks 25 Years Selvagianni Msgr. Green's first assign- ROCKFORD -- The Junior ment was as assistant in St. 25th birthday at a dinner meet- who presented his credentials in ing Thursday, March 9, at 7 1939. p.m. at the Rathskeller. Miss IT Embassies are maintained at[Elizabeth Abel, guild president, the Holy See by Argentine, Aus-[will presidedinner.at a short meeting mma tria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, If ll wing Chile, China (Nationalist) Co-I~n lombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dom- ~ - .n~,~m~ inican Republic. Ecuador, E1 Salvador, France, Germany, ROCKFORD--The Rev. Thorn- Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lebanon. Luxembourg, Nether- lands, Panama. P a r a g u a y, Peru, PhilLppines. Portugal, Spain. Turl~ey, United Arab Republic, Uruguay and Venezue- la, O" Say You Saw It in THE OBSERVER Bennett & Hoefer ~~ FREEPORT, ILL. Dial t ADams CERAMIC TILE CO. 2-4141 Complete Line Selection Armstrong Floor & Wall Ready Mix ." rae Roofing e rormic Cement Blocks Pittsburgh Paints m tt~ --m, ,AD s-2617 Lightning Rods S01 West South Street Fuel Siding FREEPORT, ILLINOIS Eave Troughs :1 Sunday, to 4 p.m. hi! on The Challenge Moderator: Howard K. Smith interviewing Attorney Gene a] Robert'F. Kennedy and Henry Cabot Lodge i DH HH D as C. Brady, faculty member of Marian Central Catholic high school and administrator of St. Patrick parish. Hartland. has been named chaplain for the Knights of Columbus, Woodstock council No. 776. Patrick parish, Dixon, from 1933 to 1936. He was pastor of St. Catherine parish, Dundee, and St. Mary mission. Gilberts, until 1950 when he returned to St. Patrick parish. Dixon, as pastor. He was transferred to Sterling in 1957. and also serves as dean of the Sterling deanery. Msgr. Green has been diocesan director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith since 1944 and serves irk the diocesan curia .as parish priest consulter. Msgr. Green was named a Domestic Prelate by Pope John Dec. 7, 1959. "1;=:" Iti Mov~ il I1=== 0 MARA Freeport s Favorite :;::::::: OeDaDepartment 3toreStore ]or]or overoverI.t ~:::.:: .rtment l/ili! ::i TRANSFER & Home of K-L GAS ~!-'"' : ! - i Inc. 107 N. 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' ] Hardware Cot Outline Volunteer Program, Com we Foot.re Li o, ,I, ,- ,t --,tl CHICAGO -- Two pamphlets [olic laymen in their work on'be- Fireplace Fixtures Ill I t~a~L II outlining the program of the Pa- half of the church. II U.S. Choice Meats Flame Made Sausage Two Convenient Locotions Ill II pal Volunteers for Latin Ameri- ' ' Car. S. Galena and btoin Ill ~~~~ II I Both pamphlets were written I 116 S. Chicago Ave. ca nave oeen puoasnea oy the, ]l '05 W. Moin ADtm, 2-7127 |/l ~" ~:.~z~ II DONAHUE R MBLER ,ny J~amer donn d ~onslolne, volunteers national secretariat " t| Ph. ADams 2-8712 . . . Freeport, I11. --I--IL IiToMS ' pJJ] iA~-A~~~- ~ here. ~ {M,M director of the Latin I 10W, Exchange Freeport The Holy See announced the[American bureau, National Cath- ]| - ~ " ~ Papal Volunteers program lastlolic Welfare conference. They]] [ UB ESQUII ' "I ': ' August. It calls for U.S. laymenlare available from the Papal I r to go to Latin America at the in-~Volunteers nationM secretariat | vitation of church leaders there~at 720 North Rush stret, Chicago][ to assist Latin American Cath-]ll. 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