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FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1961 MEET THE CLERGY THE REV. SALVATORE JOHN GUAGLIARDO. son of Mar- garet'Berbiglia Guagliardo and the late Vincent Guagliardo, was bornln Rockford on May 4, 1929. He attended Washington junior THE OBSERVER $urP0ra Choir 3,400 More Priests O resent Needed in Bolivia PAGE 7 Hold CF M Seminar At Aquin, F reeport Lent Cantata signed as assistant pastor of St Sept. 9, 1960 he was named assistant pastor of St. Joseph parish, Harvard where he is presently st tack. Sister’s Communities in Booklet WASHINGTON -— A book-l let describing every community' of nuns in the United States which engages in foreign mis- sion work has been published here. The booklet, “The Missionary Vocationiof the Sister,” is in- tended primarily for prospec— tive members of mission com— munities. it tells where to write ROCKFORD . . . Lift Your Morale with a living- Color VARSITY-TOWN CLOTHES Spring Suit Spring is the time when a new suit does most for you . . . especially a style- bright Varsity-Town living- color, living-comfort style creation in a new-hue Check or Glen . . . modeled in trim, expreSsive, flattering, lounge-model lines s55 $75 * SUITS for Young Men Natural Shoulder Models Trans-American Models Newest Patterns and Colors. F rom, $4,995 Visit our Boys Dept. account. we invite you to open a George Bros. charge 0 NORTH TG' eaches religion at Marian Central Catholic high school. Wood— SPRING Distinctively Styled etvo stones IN tuba! N! In locum“ high school and West high school from 1940 to 1946. In 1951 he registered as freshman student at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Ill., and remained there until 1952. From 1952 until 1955 he at- tended St. Ambrose college, Davenport, Ia., where he com- pleted his bachelor of arts de- gree in philosophy. He was then assigned to theological studies at St. Mary’s seminary in R0- land Park, ,Baltimore, Md. He was ordained at St. An- thony church, Rockford, his home parish. on May 11, 1959 by the Most Rev. Loras T. Lane, present bishop of Rock- lord. On May 22, 1959, he was as- Joseph parish. Richmond. On AURORA — “The Seven Last Words of Christ", a cantata by the French composer Dubois, will be presented by the St. Nicholas senior choir here at pm. Sunday. March 26, in the parish church. Soloists will be Dorothy Ann Clementz, Dolores Kramer, the Rev. Bruno E. Daukas and Wil- liam Hessenauer with narration by the Rev. Robert Williams. Solemn Benediction will fol- low the presentation of the can- tata and will be given by The Rt. Rev. M.A. Schumacher, pas- tor. The choir personnel includes the following: Sopranb—Loretta Asselborn, Tecla Bradshaw, Jeanette Brummel, Annabelle Bruck, Dorothy Clementz, Bon- nie Donka, Lois Forsell, Eileen Hix, Marlene Haeilin, Elfrida Kauk, Barbara Kramer, Helen Kramer, Laura Li Marzuki, Margaret Ryan, June Schomer, Dolores Symoniak, Mary Tes- tin, Ruth Testin and Emilie Ul- rich. Alto —-— Jean Blaesing, Judith Clawson, Nancy Gengler, Ruth Gengler, Dolores Kramer, Carol Lorang, Doris Nickels, Audrey Schmitt, Patricia Stru— thers, Diane Stull,'Dorothy Stull and Lillain Weiler. Tenors—Al- bert Blassage, George Clementz, Eugene Donka, Leon Gengler, Louis Greenwood, Raymond Kramer, Peter Linden and Felice Shoemaker. Bass -—- 0r- ville Clawson, Nicholas Huberty, Arthur May, Richard May, Nicholas Stull, Elmer Weber ationed. Father Guag‘liardo also for information about each. community. Sister Maria del Rey, author and public relations specialist, wrote the booklet’s introduc- tion. The facts it contains were compiled by the Mission Secre- tariat, a clearing house of mis- sion information and services. The booklet costs 10 cents per single copy and 5 cents per copy in orders of five or more, plus postage. Copies are avail- able trom the Mission Secre- t a r i a t, 1312 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W., Washington 5, DC. and Leon Weiiand. Sister M. Eusebia is the organ- ist and director. 1‘ MAY THEY REsi IN PEACE T The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers are re- quested for the repose of their souls. March 25. lino—The Rev. Morris \Stack, pastor of St. James, Lee. March 25. 1954—The Rev, A. M. Kissane. pastor of St. Rita, Aurora, is buried in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Aurora. March 27.1943—The Rev. James T. Donohuef pastor St. Michael, Galena, is buried in St. Michael . cemetery. Galena. March 27.1949—The Rev. Daniel P. Brennan, pastor of St. ' James, Belvidere, is buried in Mt. Hope cemetery, Elgin. March 28. 1957—The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Andrew J. Burns. pastor of St. Mary, Sterling, is buried in Calvary cemetery, Sterling. March 28, 1936—The Rev. Daniel J. McCaf‘frey, Sacred Heart, Marengo. March 28, line—The Rev. Peter M. Wilkin, St. Joseph Free- port. is buried in St. Boniface cemetery, Chicago. Grant. we beseech Thee, 0 Lord, that the souls of thy ser— vants, Thy priests, whom in this life Thou didst honor with the sacred office, may rejoice in the glory of heaven forevermore. Amen. pastor of Begins Protestant News Section MAASTRICT, The Nether—[tantleaders when it was said; that‘its coverage of Protestant lands (NC) — The Catholic daily newspaper here has begun news was inadequate. a regular section of news about Maastricht is a predominant- the Protestant churches in the 1y Cetholic city at the South- LA PAZ. Bolivia - (NC),— Archbishop Antezana v Rojas of La Paz said here that this country needs at le ast 4,000lltaly. Austria, Germany, Spain land the United States; Redemp priests to iulfill the mission of the Church. “Today,” the Archbishop said, “there are only 600 priests in Bolivia attending to the spirit- ual needs of four million inhabi- tants." The Archbishop spoke at the opening of Bolivia‘s second an- nual Vocation Week, which is under the direction of Father John B. Gallagher, M.M., of San Francisco, national direc- tor of Vocations. From Other Lands More than two-thirds of the Basilian Fathers’ Superior General New Archbishop OTTAWA, Ont.-—(NC)—-Father George Bernard Flahiff, C.S.B., 55, Superior General of the Ba- silian Fathers, ha 5 been ap« pointed Archbishop of Winni- peg, Man.. by His Holiness Pope John XXIII. The appointment was an- nounced here by Archbishop Sebastiano Baggio, Apostolic Delegate to Canada. Archbishop - designate Flahiti was named to succeed A rch- bishop Philip F. Pocock, who has been appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of Toronto,‘ and has been designated by James cardinal McGuigan, Archbishop of Toronto, to administer th e affairs of the archdiocese. A native of Paris, 0nt., the Archbishop-designate has serv- ed as Superior General of the Basilians since 1954. The motherhouse of the congrega- tion, which was founded in 1822, is in Toronto. A member of a number of learned societies, the Arch- bishop-designate is the second Basilian named to the Cana- dian Hierarchy. The first was the Most Rev. Dennis O’Connor, C.S.B., who served as BishOp of London, Ont., from 1890 to 1899 and as Archbishop of To- ronto from 1899 to 1908. Dedicated to educational and parochial work,: the Basilians have more than 700 members, including some 420 priests, and work in three archdioceses and five dioceses in Canada. They also have establishments in the Archdiocese of Detroit and the Dioceses of Galveston. Tex, Gary, Ind, a n d Rochester, ROCKFORD . .’ . I I‘/'/’/////’ i 500 S. INDEPENDENCE AVE. area. entrusting the editing to eastern tip of the country. the Protestants themselves. ' The editors of De Nieuwe Limburger entered into the! agreement .with local Protes- ROCKFORD . . . THE 1 REAL McCOYS , - Plain folks but plenty smart! ‘ Gremps heads a house- ‘ held of 3 generations - all -with ideas of their own. Walter Brennan stars. THURSDAY, 7:30 P.M. WREX-TV 0 soft sales 0 «if: buck ' e co]: roe F itters‘ nun 5051 o no]! leather mm trim-u ..—....____..m. ' nu- “a... "mm..."- . g... . Until you've worn Charm -— the Soft Pedal by Queen Quality -- ; you can’t know how truly comfortable a fashionable shoe can be! Styled for your every occasion - it goes beautifully every- where —— of‘finest leathers, expertly crafted —— include Chorr‘n in your wardrobe today. 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The St. Louis archdiocese has six priests working in a parish in the large Aymara Indian town of Viacha and in the parish of Christ the King in La Paz, where they are building a new church—the first in the arch- dioacse in over 30 years. Nine Dominican priests froml Chicago are conducting the ma- jor seminary‘of St. Jerome here in La Paz and recently the Or- der assigned three priests to the Cachabamba diocese. The Society of St. James the Apostle has 16 priests staffing the parishes of Perl and Laza~ reta on the outskirts of the city of Santa Cruz, and missions near Buenavista and San Car- 105. Among the North American Sisters in the country are 48 Maryknoll Sisters, 12 Sisters of Charity from Emmitsburg, Md.,, three Precious Blood Sisters? from St. Louis, Loretta Sisters, from Kentucky and Franciscan Sisters from New York. ROCKFORD . ‘ Prescriptions Accurately Filled COSMETICS 0 Revlon O H. 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Kraemer, assistant at St. Jo— seph, Freeport, as moderator, and panel members will be the William Foleys and Richard Hausers. Role of CFM The Rev. John L. Daleiden, pastor of St. Joseph, will act as moderator for a panel on “The Role of CFM.” and speakers , will be Mr. and Mrs. Donald DeMong and Mr. and Mrs. John Donald Newberry, and the Rev. James M. Weber. assistant at St. Mary parish, Freeport, will serve as moderator. The fifth panel on "Leader-l ship In and Out of CFM" will have the Rev. Arthur J. O'Neill, pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas. acting as moderator and Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Haymond and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stambaugh as panel members. BISHOP-ELECT Msgr. Henry Soeneker. spiritual director at St. John's Seminary, College- ville, Minn.. the diocesan cese, has been named bishop of the Diocese of Owensboro, Ky. A native of Melrose. Minn.. the 53-year-old bishop- elect was ordained in 1934. After attending the Pontifical Josephinum College, Worth- ington, Ohio. 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