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THE OBSERVER nti-Church Incidents O unt tn Cuba CUBA--(NC)--Three new instances have been reported of ~ersecution of Catholic priests by Premier Castro's Cuban government. One incident happened at the l.I;~.~.:.-, "D LI ' ,', ~ * %~9 town of Palos in Havana Pro-Wounded a militi ~L, TII~81OII I-III~IICI[V een in ~I! s vince A Castroite m"b tri / UtO- d ~ ~ ~,~ ~t ~u [Otgraphs smuggled out of the VATICAN CITY -- The need to iVicenza. Italy. missionary office. ~m r diner ~.oo[ro ~z ,~ngol:{mountains, the government said, publicize the work of the mis- Speaking of his ,roject ~to open tt~ae' P::lS:e:/~eS~o:tsr'D' ~ean~lshowed the priest holding reli- ~i0ns was realized by His Holi-! a press office at the Sacred Con-, tan an~ ~' Y~ " ' g" -I gious service for the rebels. ness Pope John XXIII as earn gregation for the Propagation ofi ' n l~ueva raz, wnen ne oe-] S"iritual Counselor as 40 years before he became the Faith Ms~or Roncalli wrote fled me mob's orders not to sayI - - Pope " I "We need a r~ublication which" Sunday Mass. ] In Havana, Catholic spokes- "~ ' . ~" . ' The mob many of wbo~e~ men said it was probable that L O~servatore Romano has to be of more effectwe advan- ' ,' ~ l " ' " ~ . . member~ were armed with l the priest bad joined the rebels pubhshed a letter written m 1921 ta~,e to each of our mlssmnary : - I : .-,',: by the themMsgr. Ange]o Rani institutes must give the imores- Knwes, attempted to attack theI as a splmtuat counsemr, mucn caLIi, as~ p"resident, of. the p-ontifi- i sion~ of be n-~ ~su--ri-rpc. w'- a-I -[~ t,m- priest~:. They.: were. ,-. driven, off by,~ as priests. 7 had .joined the. Castro. cal organization for the Propa-lers.' memners o~ the rams congrega- group wnen it was striving to gation of the Faith in Italy. I Out of these early efforts final- tion, assisted by groups of Cath- overthrow the former Cuban The then Monsignor discussed ilv evolved Fides, the mission olics from Nueva Paz who had government. the problem of establishing a news agency, some years after missionary magazine in Italy inIMsgr. Roncalli was transferred a letter to the director of the lto other duties. Puerto Rican Weckly Paper come to defend their pastor. At that time pro-Castro police, armed with machineguns, arriv- ed and arrested the Catholics but ignored the mob which had attacked the priest and the Cath- olic congregatiton. : More Mobs Demonstrate Congolese Bishop Talks Relief Arrest of Father Lopez set off a wave of anti-Catholic articles in the government-controlled Cu- ban press. It was feared that this might be followed by furth- er restrictions on the Church, in- cluding perhaps, expulsion of the country's 500:, Spanish-born FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 3 961 AURORA April 5 and 6- "Green Up Time" card part), in Our Lady of Good Counsel parish hall -- Sponsored by the Sanctuary so- dality. April g -- Card party in St. Rita parish halt at 8 p.m. -- Sponsored by Altar and Rosary society. April 12 and 13 -- Card party and style show -- Sponsored by Holy Angels St. Anne society. April 18-19 -- Card party and fashion show afternoon and eve- ning April 18 and evening April 19 at St. Joseph parish--Spon- sored by Arch Confraternity of Mary. April 25-2g -- Marmion Moth- er's card party and style sho~ in gymnasium o~ Ba campus both evenings at PONCE. P. R.--Et Debate, a E1 Debate will have its era- weekly Catholic oriented news- tral office here with branch of- April 26-27 ~ Rummage riests h at old VFW hall on Main St -- paper with general news cov- rices in San Juan and Arecibo. Later that day afte~ F=fh,~ p . w o nave neen a Iavorite ~. erage is expected to begin pub- Besides Puerto Rican and for- Ruiz had "*one to"Nueva'Pazl~[~" target of the Castro govern- YCA OFF"~ER ~ponsored by St. Joseph Mercy ~ " .' .' -s,tin-,J,~ o---,J.t.*=vls q,t tne loung U~ltHOlle P~QUlLS OI liOCglorfl are making nnal plaus HosnitaI Alumnae ass,'i=O,n. tw;;,;:oZe ~n nTr~t/O. Puerto :~orna~,VSse::io=msdSctl~dere~n other.pro-Castro mob gathered m~:t'her Iopez was b~ing accus for an Easter dance, April 2, from 8:30 to 11:30-p.m. at Verdi hall. Above (I to r)are: Dennis April 27 ---Card part; a';?~Ma- ." ',"-, - near his church to demonstrate - Bunk r donna hi h h ol " Bican Hierarchy the 20 to 24- gious labor family science a~,ninst him h~in ~ 1~,~^- ed of having participated in the . p ogram chmrman; Cathy Dolan, secretary; Jessma Bruscato, wee president and Ray g sc o -- Sponsored ' . .' o ,-.-, ~,c~r 1 ' by Blessed Virgin sodalit of page tabloid will make ~ts debut, and hterature sectmns. ~rowd of Catholics came to his ebe act~vg~es. It was expected DeNeve, premdent. James Antczak, treasurer, was absent when the picture was taken [,: Y s " he mi ht ' "" ' ~t ~nerese church a. a result of the efforts of The directors of the paper defense However ~"v"r~ *~-^~- g be treed before a mill- " - three Catholic publications have emphasized that it will loads ofsu-arcane--rk--s 1 tary tribunal. . "~7 ~ .1 ][ ~ ][ 1. [ [ BELVIDERE Luzy Verdad. uncial Ponce diD- not be identified with any pullet- armed militiame- h IOU~0",~'][]~W~-~r~EII"~ ,/-~ ~]~.~-~1 il. ~r~ 1 I April9 -- Card part) in the ' ~, . "~* . ' " 11 ~aueo oy llllrll instance ~ -~.~ ~.AI/L/n IV~L~ qva/u z-i- ~lL~l/lll~l]L'e~o A~|I~IP I[~filY .2 lll~a~l ~ . ," cesan punueatmn; De -I~eln0 a Ca| movement or sotuUon to l~stloo M~ni=t~,- Af*-~A,~ r.~l~ I C~ Lf~tl .t~'*Zym ~t~tt evening inpamsn natt -- ~pon- Reino Confraternity of Chris- Puerto Rico's political status Mal,:i" ,"~:."(,:'~Y":~ =',~::,~:i lne tmromstance was an an-[ -- . l-,~ -. ~,Isored bySt. James Altar and . . ' -'- ---, ~'~"-~ -,= nouncement ny a leader of the Rosar so i hen Doctrine organ, and Juven- but will defend the Christina mob The t~o "~r0w's d`-~ I ' . ,4 1 A IPathers Attend I . y. cety. t " - s ~. "~ ""~ government-sponsorea orgamza- FREEPORT ~Udho~Ubl~:~:rsOf the Youngi~:~mnc, pJea~timit.every aspect Of clash but the Catholics were able tion For the Cross and CountryllrUlr X"ly~tt x~-l~[.~rtUtrr{:~,~ I~Jl[" r~ -- IL--.-- ! A-ril 5-[(~ar~ --r" v'- -- Y. to get Father Ruiz, dressed imthat a Catholic his;,-, h, o,;,~1 I Vlict~ I O~tll~[" I p u pa ~,y ann st. te street .attire' into an auto which[was, the head of thee" co"u'nt'errevo~-~-~ ROCKFORD--The. recently organized. Young, Catholic Adults[ STER~IN-." G-- CTMondav, Marc,: HospitalSh w sponsoredauxiliarybY~tSt.8 FranCiSm in Home lot A ed Expansion took him to Havana ]lutionaries in the Escambrayiare planning a full program for April. beginning with ~n Easter ',~ [ P' " : l ] " ~ at, tile ~erra enid oi frOCK ~Jver ~t. Joseph nail. , In the second incident Cas- mountains had fled to Jamaica dance April 2 at Verdi hall AI Grace's orchestra will play for/ " It 9 DAVENPORT. Iowa --- The'eral grant of $443 000 has been, 1 ~ " . ',LI :: 1 " " " ~vanev is sr~nsorin~ an evenin~rl Aprd ,O -- Card party at $ . ' ' " " tro s aetense ministry saidittie loentlllea me cnurcnman asld' ' ""--" " " ~, " " Davenport dmcese has launchedauthorized under the Hill' Burton had ca . . ,~, ancmg from8 30 p m. until 11:30 p.m. The following Sunday . p m m St Mary hall -- Spun- - ptured a Cathohc priest Bishop Alfredo Mullery San ' Mass at 7 p.m. for all the altar " " " " a million dollar fund raising~ ~ " April9 the group will have an ice skating party at the Ice lsored by Daughters of Isabelle. " -" ~, t act. leaving $1 o3z DUO to ne rals- wnom ~ney cnargeo wltn oemg~ Martin WaD is ,apostolic ~ctmin- "' ~ ooys and their iathers in the|,r~v~ r,~,~r i MILWAUKEE--Wm'ren G.[eight weekstudy in a particulart I All young, single Catholic school age from St. Vincent]arranging for car pools andl9 a.m. until 9 p.m. at 403 W, Buyer associate professor of area of journali'sm Mr G~nnon'l ~~| adults whose applications have Children's home, Freeport aslbusses to transport the boys/State St--S onsored by Catho- Journalism, and James P. Gan-l, wi]l sturdy the editorial function ~ .~ln~|| ~ll~h~ ~ Itbeen approved by the modern- guests for Easier dinner at their/and their fathers. ]]ic Woman'sPleague. non, journalism senior from Tuc- of the daily newspaper. ', ~,~ t~ r~t* t~et,in~ ,~ ,~ ] for, the Rev. Phillip Kennedy. borers. son, Ariz were voted the 1961 The awards were establishedi Kishwo~keeDoiry-Prompt-Courfeous ~ |and who are registered mere- The general purposes of the[~'~,~=~ff~=~D~b Andrew Hamilton awards in the in 1959 by an anonymous donor Dr'~ver-Solesmen dehver" Do,rylond's '~[2r'" bers in their, proper parish, are organization. are promotion of j ~ ' ~ ~ I! ~,@'|~iI~l' Marquette university college oflwhose gift nell0.000 will finance Finest Grade A M k ~ Do r, pr,~,4, -** ;, ~ ehg]ble for membership. Those the Splmtua], cultural, social/i ' journahsm, the annual studies for five veers. - ff.'~i.:.~ [ interested m becoming mem- and athletm hfe of members: ~l your par,so ~oreguaroeo oy The Hamilfon awards carrylThe awards are named for the " ~111 ~rs of the YCA may do so by assisting members to partici-ll Niooern 3onlrary t=qulpmenr ealhn their ansh $1,000 grants to both the student[Colonial lawyer who won renown ~ . ' g ' p "~ representa- pate more intimately in the life/I and professor and permit win- for his defense of freedom of the ~/~LE2t,~ rives, of the Church and its apostolate: [| l :;il hers to engage in an intensivelpress. KISHWAUKEE DAIRY ~ Parish Representatives and performing special work as-I 1T 1 ~' T~ 1T O TT T H tu':d,ren EL RanzTM,Parish representatives are: ~gned to the group by the bis-t] ~~~ neau oI ttome u. house l eaves," " St. Anthony Robert Ferri and P" II GRADE "A' MILK, CREAM AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Iessica Bru~cato" St Bernadet Officers of YCA are: Ray De-]l ROME, March 10 (Radio, NC) seph Zryd will be next superior Phone WO 4-992"1 ROCKFORD 311 Catqline St, [e" J-hn ~J,~ io~ ~," n w.~[ Neve, president; Jessica Brus-~l [~~ --- Msgr. Joseph Emmenegger I of Case Santa Maria which is - o-.-,-.~ ,:,/,-~ --~.r ,~.~ f~,~, carD, vice president-Cathy I -~::~::: - ', .- ocnmltt; or. t~rmget, Yatncla " " "il l~ superior of the Case Santa Me- part of the North American col- Holm" St Ed~vard Darlene Dolan, secretary; and James ii /;2~l'i.:i '' - " g Townsend; St. Patrick 'Dennis nor rector of the North Ameri-Rome. Msgr. Zryd was vic.r NERAL HOI : - ~ o w~ e,~n,r. can college who made known l general of the Dmcese of Mar- ,~,-~,a ~,r ~r ,~ n,r, ~:,r'i ~ii~;~i~i~:~`<.~;~;~::.~a``~;~:~a~;~:~;~ ,| Msgr. Emmenegger's departure, quette before coming to Rome q~u z~ortn ~uam Street a.y L~e,~ex e ~n~ ~viary iI I:[IMi:I/AI blt%Ml~ t IV I ~ /ll~i lVllllli also announced that Msgr. Jo-,in September, 1960. Rockford - I il~[ liar ii Convenientty Located to Serve catholic Families " " " " ~r in All Parishes Asks lhth Statmn of & oss S r g s s.;6 ,tt tl WO ~-77&,~ II BOMBAY India -- Father E.'inspiring it would be during the MARSHALL B WOOD I de Muelder, S.J veteran mis- gloom of this century especially " ~ ~ I~~;~:~;~:~:~;~:~.~~?~:~:~:~;%~ sionarY among India's depressed for the poor and downtrodden in It ~ I~i: " ' tribal people, has 'asked for ad- India, to finish off our Way of ii I! I ~ ~T " ditinn of a 15th Station of the the Cross with a shout of joy," |IU| STAR ~ee Iour Attorney Cross: the Resurrection. "How he said. I] You Don't Know li-PAK ,u About Your Will ed. BRUSSELS--Auxiliary Bishop represented at the meeting. Joseph of Leopeldville. the Con- Before coming to Brussels, the go, met representatives of Euro- Congolese Bishop stopped in Co- penn and American charitable logne, Germany, to convey his organizations here to speed thanks to Joseph Cardinal emergency aid to the strife-torn Frings, for the $250,000 in relief Congo. sent to the Congo by German Catholic Relief Services Na- Catholics. Cardinal Frings is tional Catholic Welfare Confer- Archbishop of Cologne and presi- ence. the world-wide relief serv- dent of the German Bishops con- ice of American Catholics, was,ference. Cardinals Attend Funeral VATICAN CITY,--Twenty-l Celebrant of the Mass was eight cardinals, other Church[Archbishop Francisco Carpino, dignitaries and members of the assessor of the Sacred Consis- diplomatic corps accredited byt torial Congregation, which Car- tbe Holy See were present in St. dinal Mimmi served as secre- Peter's basilica for the funeral tary, of Marcel]o Cardinal Mimmi, U.S. prelates present were who died March 6, Aloisius Cardinal Muench of His Holiness Pope. Johnlt h e Vatican's administrative X.XIII gave the final absoiu-lstaff and Bishop John P. Cody tion. l of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo. Uruguaians Drifting from God Y/rang Christian Student organ- ization shows a very sad real- ity," Bishop Nuti reported. "Six- ty-nine per cent of the people are baptized. 33 per cent have made their first Communion and 5 per cent attend Mass." The Melo diocese, with 130 000 Catholics in a t~tal popula- tion of 172,000, has only 15 priests. MELO. Uruguay--Bishop Or: este Nuti. S.D.B of Melo warn- ed here that the people of his diocese are drifting away from God. The principal enemies, the Bishop said after making- a. tour of his See, are indifference and laziness. "The census taken by semin- arians and members of the Handicapped Missionaries these handicappeS catechists consistently bring m o r con- verts into the Church than mast of their healthy colleagues. "Since t h y have suffered themselves, it is easier far them to bare compassion on others and to tolerate their weakness- es." says Father Leo A. Dec- mart, M.M of Joliet. Ill INCHON, Korea. -- Three of 343 1 a y catechists in Mary- knoll's Korean m~ssions are working under severe physical handicaps: one is blind, one is paralyzed from the waist down, and the third is a crippled tu- bercular. Yet Maryknoller~ report that DIAMONDS Know Your Jeweler! CARL E. 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