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i i i ] ! L! ~ ,i 11~ ' " i Mutilated . I J "f I "1 ) that Father Rene De Vos W F ' " !i::i::iiiii ~!~ iiii i I The attacking party consistedi - I ~ ~t~~~i~ I investigate and were miles ' ' 1~~~. ~:~ii::i~iiii}:iii::ii~i::i::i::iii::i:~ii::::::iii::i ar -"' ============================================================ - e 1. Pahl~,* Garri an ~ ' ~-':':" hi . . fMary bustella, ~aran rlarrlson, . lxamy dUlln Llnoa lkoppen 12 noon The " r i he rector lvlc~eown ~atrIc~a ~vlotL mar- . . . v u u I a n n e Dmltrl, ~ lVl y church, byron v~, ,v ' hl, tl] ;[.~ ~lffsi saw ffeJ~lU Ms n slave'l l],~T~he, i]~0me s age 61, i TV .N10vle ~U.lue ~l - - --- = ooo om /I i ::i} [ra~Sd r:~tact~do:~i: missie ~::i~!! ~ ii~ ill alTh:g :t::ki::SofPl?unemdur bast Official Newspaper of the Rockford Diocese iiiii!iiiiiiii iiiii}!$~ ii!iiii cial Affairs and Youth of KT~i re1, XVI--No. 11 ROCKFORD, MARCH 17, 1961 32 PAGES iiiiii I 711 d N { I I i::ii i I~ I The new information shows[ mr ~/I qdl~'~ ~ "~'-~'~ ~ J ~ , I i died in a courageous atte~npi to[ ~[~ ~/ ~.~ I ~/ ~/~-~ 1~.~ i?i ;1 :~ H] ~ I1 /of about 50 Lumumbxst youths/ [ ~ :i~::.~:.:~t~.::t~.~t~.~!~i~:~a~:;:~!~ ~~ ::iii~fli~!i~ W ~ [] ]armed with clubs and spears, l~a organiza~ons by the Most ] ~ i~ii}~.j:ili ~~ " " ei el Joan Leonard and local policemen in plain lxev. ~,oras ~. ~,ane, oisnop o~ ~!}]}}~.~i~}i~i~l~i::i!~i!::::::~i! i::::~i!::::!i% 1961 OBSERVER CRUSADE WINNERS--Students selling the Ten, Maxme Dougherty, Christopher Str g,ne,5 al " ~i~~':::::::~ most subscriptions in the recent Observer school crusade are Bishop Lane, Patrick Lafferty, Joyee Hoffman and Mary ~2 n~he:[ gTah:o~inbr?ght th0emg. Rockford, at .ceremomes m St. [ ~ ~ pictured above with Bishop Lane following the dinner held in Ann Scholz. (Van Dyke Photo) [fact re arded as further con.] ames pro~camectrai ~.uneay ai-[ ~ ~~ " ' " d g -ternoon, March 12 at a'~v o'- :-:::{ !~ then', honor at the Bishop s residence L. to r Carlotta Hol - ]firmahon' " of government com-I ~~.~: . ~:~.:-. Iplicity in the assault Gasoline[clock. I }l ' * 11 1 ] I can be obtained in Bukavu onlyI Twenty Junior C a t h o 1 i c ] ~f! luercvwue t naotatn Ith Oe gorhethceargO;egnmuetttheir at~Daughters from St. Mary'sI ~ [~!] ' # I I r ichurch, DeKalb, received the[ ~ ~~~ : I tackthe ~umummsts alva te tl,~ ======================= }.:![[i: @'.:~ .~ii!i award They included Michele ::::~ ~ .~ . troops loyal to the central Con- "::::::::*:::~:::: :::::::::::*: : :j: olese overnment by a tele- Bo,le Sally Dmdrmh Juhe Dor- ::: "::::::::~:' i~!!~i~ ~~: i~i~ J ' [ phone ruse. The telephone calllneden, Irene Faivre, Linaa tar-1 ~i-~ ~ ~I~;~;~!;~!~!!~::~." ::~!~F~ /~~ AURORA -- The Rev. Daniel]dirt college in Atchison, Kan /Swae~de tahtttackBinelggI~i.v:a~raotTn ~eSlris, Nancy Gelli, Jeannette J ~~ ~ iiii~i!i~f~ili!ii~i!~ii!~ii~fiii!!ii!i!~i~i~ Robert Daley, former chaplain]where he studied the classical from the nearby Belgian trustlGe rge' Rosemary Greek Mary] ~~ ~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::{:::::::::::::::::::: . Kerzich, Patricia Long, Sara . i~iiiiiiii::i::i::iii::!ii::iiiii::i::iii::i::i::ii::i::i::~i::i::::ii:: ll~~~i~~ of Mercymlle samtarmm, Au-tand philosophy. His theologmal/termtory of Ruanda - Urundill ,^r ~n.r [ /~~ ~ ~'~!;~!~::ii~::::::::!i~}~i~!i~!i::i::::::::::!i: ~~'~ ~ ~:'~ ' " ff tolzvx~te~, ~"~" ~'*~'~* ~1 I~ll~~~ii/ ~ ~i:::::~ ~:" rora, died on Monday, Mar 13ltraining was taken at St Bona-l~ne loyat ~roops rusneu u qMikez Alice Miller Patricia' ~.~. ~ ~i~{~;}~!~H~::~}::~i after a sermus heart illness venture s seminary m Allegha- O Connell M~r aret Rock Kar ~ ======================== ~:~: Funeral Mass was of e lay N. Y and on March 21,1 ;leaRukavina Diane Schultz, ::~{~~.~!~i:-: !~:::::::/:::i :~} f red in ~rom the scene when the Lu- '. g . ' :~::~ ==:======::==:=::=::==:=:=:==:===*==:===::= ~!~i St. Nicholas church on Wednes-l1931, he was ordained in Rock-[mumms~s attacKea. [Mary V odde n and Kathleen[ ~fl ~i~{i{{{!~!~!!!~iii ~i day at 11 a m by the Most Rev. I / Taking Coffee Break lWalt. I }}i}iiiiiii!i i!i::!i::!::iii ii}}ii" i:i:::::::::i: Iora's ~ro-uatnearal Dy me ::::::::::::::::::?::::. ~i:~!::'!' z.:~.~:~:::~:!:~a!:~*i:i:!:!:~:!~:i:~:~:i:i:i:~ ~ ~ Loras W Lane The sermon was assault art arrived at :~ :;::: :::: ":::: *:*::~: ::%~:: :::* ~ The P Y Gtrl Scouts Honored " ~ ~ ~i:~ii!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!!iii~i~~ preached by t " [ ~St Francis Xavier mlSSlO~ I ~ ~i~: ~::::::~ ":"~ he Rev James A Most Rev.Edward F. Hoban, ":: ~ :;:: "~:}: " f h Illinois ' " 1 " ~irl ~couts receIwng the m~u ::::: : :~.-.~::::::::.:.:.:- -.:::~: ~i~I ' Molloy, chaplain o t e ] now archb~shop/b~shop of C eve-| about 10 30 a m At the mission[ I ~[~i~ State Training school for Boys, lland [were six priesis: the African]al. ~.n.cm~e~ wlaryt.om t'au~ette[ ~ ~ ~iiii!~i~i:~ii{t~i!i~i~ "": e " . Ult~rlcn, lylary ~razler, lvl y :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .~,~?"":?.:.::.~:~z~.:~:~:~:}:$~::-::~::- ;St. Charl s. pastor, his African assistants :~:^ : ~:: ~ ~:::::~::.:~ i The body was then moved ~o[ ~[two other White Famers w o1~, .~ : I I " h Gau~ g hhe McKeon funeral parlor, C -I ~[~~l/~[had come from the m~ssmn o[I Kar I RECEIVES AWARD--Sarah Harnson, a Girl Scout from Hel- lISh':'" ":. .:: Icago, where it was waked on[ ~i:{{:. ]St. Theresa to help hear confes-I ind K ~aren[ videre shown above with Bishop Lane, is one of the 105 girls Thursday. Father Daley will be siena. ~n:hUn~em.'M:r ao'~aPl~en' N c who received the Marian medal last Sunday at St. James Pro- IN!: buried from Visitation parishl ~~// Five of the priests were tak-I ' ~Y y, an~[ cathedral, Rockford. After receiving her medal from Bishop I~~': church today at i ~~J[/llllilIng a coffee beak n t yl ,~,~'~ ~ ~ ~m, [ Lane, each girl .kissed his ring. ~~ burial will be m Mr. Olivet ee -1 ~~~[fror~ an all-morning session oil 1 etery, lllth and California, Chi-| ~[~l|hearing confessions in prepara-I~t" oames church, I~:;l:me/~en; Inward are the most likel--"can I , ,~FIRST PLACE WINI~ER--Joyee Hoffman, St. Rita of Casein cage [ ~~]tion for a confirmation visitfu. an .nann' ~usan y, ;1 ~ . -]l~AU~:~lti/~ /tl/~/3Atl, /,'h,~! A-,~'*- is shown above with Bisho,~ Lane as she I " / ~.-:. /: ~.^ a.~.~.~o~.^ two da"slarea~'aKan' uonna rtaguet analdiaates ior a religious vocation/ --chooSes the" portable TV set as her prize, Crusade winners I,~~~]later. I. . Isince they Nave made such a// atr Dame chose their prizes before the dinner held Mar, 12 at the i He was born on Sept. 17, 1895[ ~' ' [ The sixth priest, Father Jo-[ " :, ,~ [special study of Mary and such[ Bishop's residence. Mary Ann Seholz chose the stereo-M fi port- [in Chicago, the son of the late[ ~;::'~ ] seph Van Notch, W.F remain-I Car}a .Badgerow~ r~atny ~.a-[a thorough study of religion [ ~ " I I able; the wrist watch was chosen by Carlotta Holdren; IThomas Daley and Elizabeth[ ~ :fiir led in the confessional He tooklnin, r~amryn t=entanni, l~atnyl " |[l'~g'~l~.~' i'--~.~'~.J'~l~ Maxine Vougherty chose the transistor radio and the clocl~ IRickard. He attended Cathedral] [~ii: irefuge in the church tower whentEgan, Regina Hopkins, Rose lBishop Extends Congratulations[~-~t/~:~O ~llAt~/ radio went to Christopher Streigei (Van Dyke Photo) Icollege, Chicago and St. Bene-[ ~.iii}: l the attackers arrived lInsalaco, Jeannette Johnston, I I ,I, T." -. ' ~; . Dervlng as aeacon ann sum ~:: Katherine Koch, Paula Kolberg, [ ~1 Dragged Out Of House [c. ~,;~i~o Nioklas Lvnelle Saeh-]deaeon at Benediction of the[1'O l enned " BISHOP LANE ATTENDS ANNUAL MEETING | '~e Rev Daniel R Dale~' ] The priests who were in the]en~,'Cheryl Serock, Laurie Shep-]Blessed Sacrament were the[ NOTRE DAME Ind --(S' C)-- ~ .-~ ~ t I " /rectory came onto the verandalpard, Pauline Valdivia, Carol/Rev. Everett Hiller, area scout[President John F. Kennedy is I .'1,^ 1 ! He served as diocesan super-[when they heard the shouts of]wicklein, Sharon Dolan, Lynne[chaulain from Auroi'a and the]the 79th person named to re- ,~O~.~ mtendent" of St Vincent" Home the arriving assault party. They Hickey,: Cathy Jones' Pamela "- ' ceive*the Laetare medal of t'he t rEtl 'J ll. ilOl'l / " I,~ were first attacked by frenzie~ lPokorny, Jane Schmitt and[Rev:WilliamKn tt'St',James'[universit, of Notre Dame .E. /for children and St. Josepn'sl ~-^~^ ~---~ w~re decorat-[ /RocKmrd. The auult choir otl " ' 1 . /me" w.u~= ,~,~ ~ ~ "l~nnetm b ~ a r K, ~t. dosepn Sl - r!Which- has c~en awaroea an- Cas ' ~ ~ '~ J~e~J~ ,Home for the aged from 1934 toled with leaves. They retreated]church Cynthia Kien]en, Donna]~L ,James pro-eatneoral, unae l~ ~u, ~i~ 18~3 M S~i~dtii! :~!i 1~OO[ '~o ?~e rector and tried tel ' J direction of the Rev. ram ~ry, ' .~o,:~ u es ervea tn ~'- Pastor at Walton ~t ~f~i:ttna:ker~or, FatherlRUut~:~i~chMrac~!av~sn~d:S~eKB~i: ~h~:~uh~:~grt~e u o . .yp . ROCKFORD -- The annual re- excellent work during the past[ Although the agency is basic-] ordH~:ad~:StFaP~s'~:t:nta~taes:I AloP:~n;ehR;nv~;n l~eft fthed~e [le~nr Nor;is~Ste.nt~O~la~nM~[ /Mr. Kennedy "inn most un- l~ort of the Catholic Charities of[Year. ]ally a child welfare one, it also] ~] r ~ Ic u c,p g P -[ ]usual way, at a most unusual : . mr ot bt mary cnurcn, ~.ast attackers com~ no~ ve pe suau- -- ' I 1 Given ' a' " ;I [lshes. / /age and against unusually long kf r how Ma~erml tie p prowaea memcm care ann m the Dmcese of Roc o d s - " A t r his s " ed to leave His African curate I ~atholic Charities are su~,~rt-] [ Dubuque.f e a s~gnment [ . ; [ Others Honored I /odds, has risen to the top of his ~' ~'~" terlal assistance Ior a numoer was also cole to escape ed that the four Charities office[, | 1 - in Rockford, Aurora Elgin andiea', y the Commumty Chest m]of needy families The diocesanlt St. Vincents, he was ~2dyl The three White Fathers re-[ st. Mary's church, Orego / [Pr fesso~i:inated in 1883 ,i rtocKmra, nurora, ~lgm anaI " lpastor of St. Mary cnurcn, wal-I~ ~ .~.~ ~ m f,~ h-r into the im-lWas represented by Bonita Bain,/ i e, rl - " t.:atholic ~nari~ies couecuon ano Sterhng, took care of nea y 1, [Sterling. ,0f the total of 1,286.[ . ', ; [ton, and in 1948 he was namedlmense mission house, barricad-[Ehzabeth Holland, Mary Kra-[ [ Forma! presentatmn of. the 300 cases during the past year Icases las~ year, zuv concernealcontrmuuons ~rom me t.amoucI :I: ~--^r- as the-' went As thelpausky, Joyce Leuzinger, Mar-1 Imeaal wul ~e maoe a~ a later ," . . . chaplain oi lvlercyvme ~euu~arx- u~ u~u ~ a n ~ r le a a State hme and place statable to the 209 Childrell Cases ichildren. I ts o s ]Salvage bureaus also aided| ta'[attackers broke down doors and]cia Loan, Susan Savage, Bever-[ / um :mrora, wner~ ne w~ [licensed child welfare placing[catholic Charities work ' - "[ ""~ e 3" [ly Taylor, Joyce Tikalsky and] [eonvemence, oi ~ne. rreslaent, -lne mos~ rtev. ~oras ~. ~ane, a enc the Charities offices tionea untn ms oeath. ,/ (t:onrmuea on pag ] Susan White Tamer nesourgn sam. Bishop of Reck'ford and chair-]pg~cedyor supervised 86 childrenl The Rev. Mmhael J Shan:l [ Rockford Girl ScOuts included] ~ [ The honor is called the Lae- ahan ~s diocesan uirector o~ man of the diocesan board, in]in adoptive homes, 74 children[ " ' ' :]I'~ ~ ~ ~ ' [P~ricia Roone~, Mar- Sher-[ ]tare medal because each year commenting on the report con-Ira foster homes, 14 m lnshtu-IChar~ies and the board of dl-IlJ~, z't |~ll~ id'Mi~'l'J:Ml~J~]~l~rt~l~ l nd Bernadette Wicker '] ll[on Laetare Sunday, the fun th ratulated all the ersonnel of tlons and 35 m own or relatives ll-1~ ~[ A~l~llg.g ~k.A~Ll lllK.~l~iJ ~J Sunday m Lent, the name of the g P [ ]rectors includes Maurice Owens,/ [sham. St Mary's" Sharon Ad-[ ~ ] the charitms' offmes for their[homes ' [Rockford, Mrs. John T. Even,] : ]ares,' Jeannie Caccia, Christine] l~~~[rempmm ~s a nnounceo. 1he men f B r d B v e r 1 mr me annum meam was ong- [Aurora and Frank J. Schue, El~lI~, 1 ]| A [Gof, arba a an e Y] ~~ ['"a*~d '~ 1883 b-' James Ed ll ill, ~T ~ll t-~LLIDllU~I~U K~rschbaum, Kathleen Mu ay, . 1 ,~, ~,~ ~ ~n,~ ~ ]~nffi~,~ I gin. l1 ~ I---olo Poli C-nthia Putnam / ~~//wards, a Notre Dame professor 1.~l[~lUll UI l lly tO 11~:1 I[5 I Vice presidents of the Boards[ ~Sandy'~Rowe SJusan Schwinda'/ l~~:~/and approved immediately by M or e than 200 couples me work ot preparauon ann," - I = ~r- N-rman L Sheehe / I / Pat / /~~ / Father Edward F. Serm C S C, ~-e xvx ~.u," . man ann ~amy wal~n, ~. - . : ' d~ i~,~,-~,~,-,~ n~ ]~ v cm1 ]throughout the D,ocese oflpromotmn. ]rick's" and KathleenAffeld| ~~~[founder of the university, and e n Pre ' ' Father Thomas E Walsh C S- Two ACleS eremomes iAurora, Mrs George Brinkman,[canaROCkfOrdconferencesattended Lduringnte t hel Area Chairmen [Linda Bradford, Susan Carney,[ ~ b, university president at ~at The Diocese of Rockford East Curia and the Diocese.of RoCk-[~ro~deEPC:i/ren~ vEi~g~pr::dlPs~:tat~:: :::kSboArtr~Catd;erg-lco:hleesf fl~ w~t~g ~rerCh:Tm::]F~ii~i~ne ~a~IrYA:Gntii!:G~/ ~ ]tune Solid Gold Discs f r s url of th ~ n f where Pre Cana Conferences o d We t C "a e Leg'o o Mary will have their annual|.~^ wi ~ /,~o wher~ 73 counles nartici [ " ~ 7.' ~[ --. / The medal is described as the ~'~"~, ~'~" ~" ~ " n u te acone,l~a~rlcla t.~rlllln, l~lliu~ MAI 1AN MEDAb TO eurn Ames ceremon Sunda March 26 at 3 m The raes~dia (or were recently co d c d" -- Y Y P P ated m" the four sessions " Amerman counterpart of the parish groups)of the East Curia will meet at Our Lady of] ~ ~,~a nine hours[ ROCKFORD-- Mr. andMrs./,~ [ . ~Golden Rose, a papal honor ' - ' " " Board ~reasurers are Louis J. P Kraman and Debra Smith, St. the Marian award a girl must Good Counsel church Aurora. The Rev. Sylvester J Eye, host|Bachrodt, Rockford, Mrs. LeO[T~;ou~hout~t~le talks discus'[RObert Du Fore, 815 Buckbee, i~e~er s'.~ ] nave her program o! ~am.onC|antedatingthe llth century. The ' ' " " " " ' " " l' " erom ~t ~auL S church ~ana- aeuon enuorsen ny a pmes~, " " h pastor, ~s also dmcesan dwector of the Legmn. [Blakinger, Aurora and Mrs.[ ; n ti,m ~riods em i Rockford, I haUlS [ 4 [honor xs confined to the Cat o- i ermon ~ ' re ~'~" "~" "~ ~," " wicn, were uenise ann ~.avonna anti she mus~ nave ex~ens!ve . . G ve S . IArthur J. Stahr, Elgin. Sec -lphasis was placed on the Cath-[ A~ROR~ --:. Mr. y .[Grief Carol Meyer and Marl:] knowledge of the Catholie/%L~i~'.~o ~,o~ The Rev William Collinsand spiritual director of the] taries of boards are Mrs C I~ . [ olic doctrine pertaining to mar-] Raymond ~armelser, a'iv ~-Ic~t : / faith and it-a,qication tel ~' ~ " O 1 i ~" ~" suspended from a gold bar bear will act as master of ceremon- West Curia will give the of- Tulle Rockford Miss Hilda riage and family life ' [ Lincoln Avenue, Aur ra, I 1 -I [ ever~,da~, life The award was [ " Y. ' " -- " " ~ ~ " e it ficial talk Auxiliar members rims Outline of Ceremonies . mg the mscr!ptmn La tare ~es and the Rev. Clement Pet,Y Penner, Aurora and Mrs. Mar In e a c h Pre-Cana Confer-[ [ / established by the Youth de-[ pastor of St Charles Borre~ from Sterling Dixon, Harmo|Ann Rotello, Elgin. Louis J.[ence a team of priests, phy-] STERLING--Mr. and Mrs.I More than 350 Girl Scouts at-I nartment of NCWC and is[M~edal'- lnscrlt~eo h'l,~l~e veToer " ' ' hich also - around the mac are magna es~ meo parish Hampshwe, and and St. Bernadette, St Peter Shannon is diocesan superwsor sicians a n d marrmd couples Robert Chapmski 1415 B e n- tended the servme w ,i available to Girl Scouts. eaton[ " ' ' r irl Scou Sunda The " -[ veritas et praevamm~ ~lrum sp''mtual d~rector" . of the East and St. Patrick pamshes, Rock- of case workers, combine efforts to g'~ve engag- nett Drive',Rock Falls, Ilhnois. ma ked G t y. Fire Girls, Junior Catholic . . . ' . Curia, will give the sermon, ford, will attend along w i t ~' ed persons a unified and total WOODSTOCK m Mr a n Rev. Charles McNamee, Elg'm,i Daughters ef America and] ~s m~ghty and will prevml) The Th~ rn~tln~ nf t h ~ We~t Junior Legion of Mary mem-/ ~ ~icture of marriage as a voca-[ ~ Anthony Mi~iak R" R 1 [diocesan scout director, present-i Junior Daughters of Isabella lcemer aes~gn o~. me me~ai ann " ' "" ' a s and " " inscription" " " of the reverse SlCle I~ria will be at St. Patrick beTs from SteHing and Dixon.[ ~~~1 ition and means of. perfection.[wonder Lake, Illinois. 'led ~e award 'candidate,~.1 '[are fashioned accordin"~ to the l~arish, Rockford, where the Praetor!urn. members (prmstsI ~~] Progress Due to Hard Work ]~ [the nev. ~enry m. ~cnryer, r~,-iRockford, area scout, chaplain, lprofession of the reci;~ent Rev John F Re~an -,astor ann sismrs) Wilt a~so oe pres-I ~f~!i~flll~t$1~$1~?J~ i / * . r~* ] /gin, gave me sermon. /sang. lvlem~ers of the ~'ourmi " - ent. i ~;;'; . ' i AlI Pre-Cana Cor erences// ppolnt bishop / The Rev. Paul Kunkel, Byron,[Degree Knights of Columbus[~ ' Spiritual Function [ ~/~~ conclude on Friday evenings.IT~ ----~-~ ~ [and the Rev. Edward F. Gilles-[also participated. /I ~lllml~ll I L st "1'up Ten The Aries ceremony is sig-[ ~~ At that time, couples who havell~Or t~wensDoro ]pie, Belvidere, were chaplains/ The bishop, speaking brieflyl| O~Htlat I 1 nificant as the most important completed the. entire Pre-Cana[ /to the bishol~. The ceremonies/~,~ ~h~ con,~re~,aao.~, ~" ~ bef re,~ th~%11 --" l~ [ P~rlrle/~oe. T.~nl ,annual spiritua~ function of thel ~~ [session receive certlf!cates of[. WASHINGTON--(NC)--M.sgr-]began. with pledge to the flag]recession conuratulated t h ;ll IP~l]lffl~lll Iff [ ~. ~,o ~ -,o~ .~ ~.-.~,-~, n I nc which t h ~ ma rlenry a ~oenneKer a~, spirlt "-" Leg~on of Mary. It provides a / ~~/~l~ lattenda e " ' Y Y/ ", - -'. .'land to the cross, awarding of[~irls andFather McNamee ,ll 1 UL I d'n ~ ) "/O~ opportunity f o r Legionaries[ ~~!' . i I show to their pastors when they/ual director at .St. Jon.n's ~em~-ithe Marian medal, presentation[f'reshments were served in the[i I ~t ~o~o. oa~Jt~t~ who work with individual par-[ ~ ' ~ Imake arrangements fo r their[nary, t:onegew.n,e, ~vnnn:, naslof spiritual bouquets to the bish-]church hall by Girl Scout lead-]] I~ishop Lone | 1 rou n re edl ed in beennameo Dlsnop OI uwens ROCKFORD -- According to 'shg ps to meet a d .d "-[ ~~l w d" g. [~.^.^v b-" Hi- Holines;[ p by representatives of scout]era bf Rock River Valley coun-[ Tuesday, March 21 " rate themselves to Our Blessed ~i~;" ~ " In oraer m ae~ermine me rea- o, ,~ ~ ~ troo s throu hout the diocese - ' recent figures released by the '[ ~~'~ [ ]~-'=-~^~" vwIr i* ""as an'[ P- g ,]cI1, assisted by G~rl Scouts from[ 7:30 p.m.--St. Anthony Hos- h h rut~ ~uu. ~.-. ~, ~ w h Mot er, t e true and real lead son for the increasing a~mn and the sermon diocesan chancery office t e ~ -I "[ ~,~n hero b-,Ar,~hbisho~1 ]~he diocese who had received]pital Rockford. Closing of Forty er of the Legmn ranks dance at the Pre t=ana ~omer J ~ following ten parishes in the " / I - . : . v ~ ~,~*,~i~ n~lI[ Father Schryer stressed the[the Marian award last year.[Hours Devotion. Preside. diocese of Rockford show the The ceremony illustrates theI [ences, the Observer ln~erv~ew-[~"~ "~'~:'~,'~:= -'~ "[point that girls who receive the [Bishop Lane signed autographs.] Thursday, March 23 lar~'est n u m b e r of Catholic dignified unity arid disciplined] ~[~lli[~ led the Rev Francis J MOT-|~ / .i -- ' ' " ' " n 12"lb p m ---S~ J~|izabem ~o- souls in their confines" St An effort of the Legion, noted asl ~ [oney, Director of the Bureau] When Btshop-des~gnate See -[ .[ .'.~ .' ", " s~}l}~- . . 11 $ . Clal ~=emer, t~OCKIOrtl. Anuual t h o n- Rockford 7780" St one of the most effective chan-[ ~~ [of Family Life which sponsors[neker ~s consecrated, a See;I I ~ "~ . 1 -I~^^,~ ~ **.~ u ~.n ' i ill ha ~ James nro Cathedral, 7 169' St nels of Cathohc actmn in the] [ the Conferences. Father Mor-[m the Un ted States w ve a[,"F h i e,e e i ~ [ . . . - - ' ' " .-- - - x~An ur ax. raant~a--~ much -ro-ressl s'~iritual head for the first timel ~t ~ at ~ ~ o ~t o o t.v ~, t ~unaay, march 26 Monica, Meadowdale 6 548' St t=nurcn tunny, x~ msp~res a~H i oney smmo ma~ p g q ~' -I 1 Patrick, Rockford 5,427" Holy those who are directly partici-] "Patrician xear'" vail ~egm Ihas been made "because of the]in several months. .[,l oo - James two- Angels, Aurora 4878; St pating in Our Lady's Aposto-[ this March 17 to mark the [zealous and well planned el-I Bishop-designate Soenneker]World News 2 Deaths - :.7] atne r ; xtocKIora, messing Mary, S t e r I i n g, 4,132; St. late, whether it be by their[ 15th centenary of the death of [forts of the organization and[succeeds B i s h o p Francis R [Mission Column 51Doris Answers Youth 81O.~o.me ~au-ns ano ~olemn l~on- Thomas, Crystal Lake, 4,108; prayers coupled with their phy-[ the treat bishon and saint who [promotion personnel. In each~ Cotton, t h e first Bishop flFeature ou Education 5]Hi-School News 8[uncm ~viass. St Patrick St. Charles, 4,106; sical efforts in the active mem-[ .; Y" . .~. . [area where Pre-Cana Confer-! Owensboro, who died last Sep-] n' P " 1 - "---~1 4:00 p.m. -- Holy A n g e ls St. Rita of Cascia, Aurora, bership, or by their prayersI . [ences are conducted, an organ-tember 25 after serving as the[ n'e 7I" r" " - :~JChurch, Aurora. Conflrmatmn. . Rock alone in the Ad'utorian a n d aae remrnea to wm !~ xor ization couple and their team spiritual head of the See for 22 emm~y t~n ! re ~y hours ix 7 30 p m,St T h e r e s e 4,101 and St. Bernadette,- ] 11,~] ---. I . - ~1 : ~,876. auxiliary membership. / Christ. oil worke.xAi Itlp~ months m years. [St. Ymcent s 'ottings 71Legmn ot Decenc.v -~----~--~1~ ~a. ~fi~ma~a~