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YRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1861 THE OBSERVER PAGE 3 CFM SEMINAR PANEL---One of four panel discussions held at' the recent Freeport deanery CFM seminar is shown in operation in a classroom at Aquin high school, Freeport. Subject of this panel was "How to Make Our Meetings Successful" and was moderated by the Rev. James M. Weber, assistant at St. Mary parish. Panelists are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newberry and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKinstra. t:: RELIGIOUS CUSTOMS IN THE HOME--That was the subject of a program presented by the Jack Conways of Sterling at the recent Freeport deanery workshop and seminar of the Christian Family Movement at Aquin high school in Freeport. Mr. and Mrs. Conway are known throughout the diocese for their pro- motion of liturgical practices in the home. Rohod,l~ Callo,o [career, completion of the pro- ]~,ram is not a gua antee of ad- o/,11 1"11 Imittance to the college or uni- ~KIlIS rrogram Iversity of the student's choice. -- Application may be made for I MILWAUKEE, Wis.--For thel " " , 16'he or more classes. seventh consecutive summer ~, . '1 vlarquette s pro~,ram is open ~vlarquette university will offer Ito high school students w h o a College Skills program f o r]plan to enter college in the fall high school students who plan or students who will enter their to enter college, l senior year in high school next Beginning the week of June term. Conducted by the Univer- 19, the program i n c 1 u d e s sity division of continuing edu- courses in college reading, writ- cation, applications are n o w ing, vocabulary-spelling, mathe- matics, art of thinking a n d study skills Classes will meet once a week for six weeks and will be taught by Marquette faculty members. Designed as an introduction and preparation for a college FREEP being accepted. Forty Hours Our Lady of Good Counsel, Aurora -- Low Sunday. St. Mary, Pecatonica- Low Sunday. Dr. P. N. Hardinger CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC [CFM Holds orkshop At Freeport FREEPORT--Members of the Christian Family Movement sponsored a Freeport Deanery workshop and sen~inar at Aquin high school here recently featur- ing four panel discussions and a program on "Religious Customs m the Home pre. ented by the Jack Conways of Sterling. Panel Discussions Registration at 1 p.m. was followed by a welcoming ad- dress by the Rev. Frederick J. Larson, assistant at St. Thomas Aquinas parish. The panel dis- cussions began at 2:10 with an "Introduction to CFM" moder- ated by Father Larson with pan- elists Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gril- Edited by the Jesuit Clerics at very intelligent readers, may West Baden College have some examples of what we "r~ "~ mean by 20th-century do-some- ~ 'g-Jg]I~K])K]I~P thingness in the face of world- J. v -.~ ,~,~v ,J u,J wide challenge. "For Teens Only" has enter- Take the Crowleys, for ins- rained its many readers regular- tance, the Patrick J. Crowleys, Iv this year with the outcome o{ of Wilmette, Illinois, founders Of teen-age love affairs. This col- the Christian Family Movement. umn begs attention from all of We saw and heard the Crowleys you who currently like the idea (Pat and Patty) a few weeks of wearing a class ring that fits ago. and found ourselves rejoic- --your own You make a good ing to know that Catholic Action audience. You have more time is not just a possibility these to read than 3"our loveweary days, not just a gleam in an brothers and sisters. ]archbishop's eye -- the Crow- K D R leys along with 50 000 other cou- IN EADERS: CHRIST [ wt;~ w arm ,-i~, f ~ ,h, pies all over the world, are mak- ing it work dead, invites you to be happy WHAT ARE TItEY DOING? with Him. New Life is growing m your souls- a new life that calls you to do new things The Lord and you make a majority. Pete was failing math with two months to go. He's going to )ass. His teacher, who Pete al- ways thought was a living slide rule, was glad to give Pete ex- tra help. He lined up some ex. tra work that Pete made time to do. Pete's mother even liked re-learning a little algebra -- enough to check his paper any- way. He found out he could sit down from 5:00 to 6:00 every afternoon and study. And he could go at it from 7:0 to 9:00 also. In fact, once he got start- ed, a lot of things fell into line. Pete even thought of giving his freshman brother a little help through general math. "I have risen and am still ~with you." (Mass bf Easter Sunday) CATHY HAD NO PROSPECTS on a springtime love affair. The long Lenten fast seemed to dull her lover's enthusiasm. Cathy found out the school dramatic club needed some work on the stage for the school play. Cathy, long used to setting the stage for her steady, found things went pretty well. Cathy even began to like doing things for people Well, for one thing, they go to daily Mass as a matter of course. (In Mrs. Crowley's words, this is a minimum to ask of CFM'ers.) They house foreign students and foster children. They head the Christian Family Movement itself, a worldwide organization dedicated to the proposition that husband and wife together (with the kids families give little or no thought to international affairs that they fail to take that world view that so typified the thinking of our modern popes. (Pope Plus XII, for instance, supported the United Nations -- while recog- nizing its weaknesses -- Irom its start.) So the program com- mittee of CFM met the situation head-on. They came up with a 1961 Inquiry Program on Inter- national Life which sought to stir up interest in and action by Christian families the world over in international affairs. DOES THE INQUIRY PRO- GRAM tell them what's what and let it go at that? Hardly. VOCATION POSTER CONTEST--These five children from St. Mary school in Woodstock were chosen winners in the school's vocation month poster contest recently with awards made on the basis of originality, neatness and artistic ability. Holding their winning posters are: (top row, l. to r.) Susan Staekhouse, Barbara May and Gretchen Saladin; (bottom row, 1. to r.) ' James Joosten and Stephanie Sobotkiewicz. Children from first to eighth grade participated. Polish Church Tax Raised; Campion Prefect J PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, Wis. -- P 1" 1 1-11 1 1 1 K"~I I Michael A. Cavataio, son of the t aralnal pacKed nV taergv ]Anthony C. Cavataios of St. J t y,J J Peter parish. Rockford, is first BERLIN -- (NC) -- Poland's'j tional Catholic church" was ex-I prefect (president) of the senior communist regime has struck at,erupted. So were Jewish congre-ISodality at Campion Jesuit high the Catholic church by declaring gaLlons, the operations of Pax, t school. Nearly 1 000 delegates dioceses, parishes and semin- the so-called prograssive Cath- from 50 high ~chools are exnect. aries "private associations" and'lolic movement, and the Warsawled to attend the second annual thus subject to a' 65. per cent tax club of Catholic intellectuals. ICatholic Action. Day of Insmra-" on funds, retroactive for the past ~ ILion of the tri-state area of the i0 ),ears. J Say You Saw It in J Sodality of the Blessed Virgin At the same time, the schis-J -.r'l.lC ~nCEDV/D JMary on the campus of Cam- marie "National Catholic] . v,~ ~ ~, Ipion April 16. Church" is to be considered a/ liot and Mr. and Mrs. Richard "public association," and its DeSchriver. behind the scenes. "I am risen taxes reduced. It offers a series of discussion A panel on "Actions in CFM" ann am stm wnn you " " */'he aecree OT me ~ounciL Ot I " OUtllnes guaranteed to last me . . l was conducted by the Rev. John ~ most ambitious CFM "row" the Ministers has been printed m I Ted hhrnlenter A. Kraemer ass'istant at St. Jo- ~g*t|gblqP whole -,~ar and m,re'~i~ ~ffor~ the official gazette in Warsaw. | . Distribut0r seph with panel members being It made no mentmn of the Ro-i ' " . liStS OI reading mauer ana oi . the William Foleys and Richard We've stud a lot about Catho- ~,;~, ~, n I~r~1~ ~-1~ man Cathohc church by name !l AURORA, ILL. Hausers. hc Achon (whether you knew ~t ;, ~ho; ~, ~ ,~o,o~o,n but referred only to private [I Dial TW 2-6419 or TW 7-5744 r,na~': t~,:~v,uv~.: J r n t)" It was Cath lic Acti n ~:'~"~*;:'~:~'n:*/'V''~"=='''~'l~' '~":-!instituti ns" The decree was f l'~l. ~ u~ ~. a~u,a~ p~u~n~m~. ~ ~gj~~ I we had in mind when we stud I" th ~ ~ r~ +h"~ In lowed up, however, by a letter | I-lOW tO IVlaKe uur iyleetlngs,~. p,~o~ *-, j ~ o ~ " I modern living called for heroics iF- Pr" *ram h v2r,n o, 'h from the president of the nation- I ~uccessmV' was the suoject o~ alit was Catholic Action we were u~ ~ ,s ,~ Y, al bank to church officials in-il third panel discussion by omer crucial ~ssues as raclm ~1 ~. . ". . " ImmK]ng o[ wnen we said ma[ ; ~; b~. forming tnem mat sucn cnurcnll Iorden sr ~ ~'~ l~ow s - ~ f~ /'~ -- gl'~, ,~.o. ,1 ~ ~ ~,v,o ,~ ~ - " " ' no a ' i arlsn i ; . . J the romanhc questwas t --'-'-n- j ~:,: ~ ~:. JurlsfllCtlons as o oceses, p -,I (I//A r /~I~tLIO 5 ~t1|(1 pul/tiu~:ll lll~ I oer y ann JaCK lVlCiXlnstra with ", thing of the past, that there ' " . es and seminaries will be treat- I DJdrJbutJng Co. me. rtev. o ames, iris, weoer, as-I were. still worlds, to conquer, and reauersWe nOpeot ~tspreUYrtu mat o,ovmUSme ~.row-t ed as. private institutions !| ROCKFORD, ILL. ~ . ~ ~(~[ S:atfintgat St Mary rarlsn, mad goals to win. It was Catholic A.c: leys and CFM'ers the world Unhke the Cathohc church, Ill Dial WO 3-5409 tlon we pointed to when we sam river =r,* n,~ ~onnlo who ar,~ ~it which embraces over 90 per centlt he final panel on Leade -[that the up-and-at em h~gh- tin, and watchin~ the world "o of the people of Poland the "Na- , ship In and Out of CFM" was/schooler of 1961 looked to such - ~'T" h v " i~ n r n "11~1 ' II 1:1 Ar h r . . oy. ney a e ta e espo smu conducted by the ev. t u J. groups as Young Chnshan Stu- i'-" "--hen the-" "oul"~ hav^ -luff I ALL HOME APPLIANCES O'Neill as moderator and Dr dents Sodality of Our Lady Le- ~y w u ~ ~ : t t " ' ~ -u ;- ou xn"~'' n'w"~ '~"n~ -~e~t' Un On ~.~OUgh II and Mrs.'Thomas Haymond and gion of Mary, as outlets for ? 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