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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1961 TO HONOR MONSIGNOR--The Fourth degree Knights of Columbus, Freeport Council will the Rt. Rev. Charles F. Conley at a dinner and dance in Germania Saturday, May 13, :elebrating the monsignor's 52nd year in the priesthood. Dinner will be served at 7:30 followed by dancing. Shown making final arrangements for the event are (l. to r.) F. X. Mahoney, faith- |HI navigator of the Fourth degree, Msgr. Conley, and Mike Ciganek, faithful comptroller of the Fourth degree. Canadian Army THE OBSERVER Priest Urges More Action By Catholics PITTSBURGH --( NC)-- Fath- er Thurston N. Davis. S.J edi- tor in chief of Arnerica maga- zine, charged here that "Cath- olics have not as yet taken a sufficiently large part in the af- fairs of our time." "We know what it is to light a candle in church," Father Da- vis said, "but we don't compre- hend the need for lighting can- dles, too, in the darkness of the civic marketplace." Need Positive Thinking The Jesuit editor, speaking at the biennial convention of Na- tional Council of Catholic Men urged Catholics to show more sensitivity to the common good in such contemporary problem areas as anti-communist activi- ties and race relations. "Negative and frustrated thinking and action, such as characterize the John Birch so- ciety and its affiliates, will get as nowhere -- not if we wish to discharge our responsibilities and meet our challenges in a truly Christian and Catholic way," he said. MELODIC JOURNEY--"I Didn't Know the Gun Was Loaded" sings Mrs. Virginia Mroz as Dan Justen pretends to be shot in a scene from the first act of "Melodic Journey" to be presented Sunday, May 21, at 7 p.m. at St. Mary in McHenry. The musical variety show is being repeat- ed for the benefit of the Catholic Student Center of Northern Illinois university at DeKalh through the cooperation of the McHenry deanery Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. fog Cf $ ~ Of labor - management rela- ~. . . Orders Book by alto I It !!~vn:'cFaltnhot%oDa:nis: ;;m:rnt%%: vaM:HENhR:v, "MTeh:di:U;~1- SRYh?:l:~ will be presented Aurora Priest ing " ney." written and directed by with t h e cooperation of t h e ' . U.S. Security Jeopardized the Rev. Harold Nilges oi St. center at DeKalb. AURORA--"My Way to God," I ~ Turning to race relations Mary will be repeated Sunday, An added feature of me eve- a new catechetical series by the i Father Davis said' "The racial May 21 at 7 p.m. in St. Mar':" ning's entertainment w ill 0e ~t. Rev. Msgr. M. A. Schu- Workl~rs !~ ~ [ ~ supremacists among us must see auditori'um for the benefit of the awarding of a $100 Savings reacher, pastor of St. Nicholas --,that our denial of equal oppor- the new Catholic Student cen- Bond to demeaned in the dUd- church, has been ordered by the "r~ v:l,~rt~ I -- tunity of a fair shake in educa- ter at Northern Illinois uniTer- ience. Canadian army to be used in ess~ v ~7~.u ~ ~ommun,ty tion 'and employment and of the and Africa. cra'iic society is jeopardizing the !ii:~i .I, IBAV ql'UIPV rllfflP'll" Ikl nrArr & !!:~ii: Msgr. Schumacher is the au- by LIsa ~erns . iwhieh we follow while listeninglreputation and the very security i::}:} 1 i||i,~/ /HI| ~1 II'l r~l,l~,[ I }:~!:ii: thor of many books and has col- Catholic Charities Staff to your story -- a simple, clear.of our country." . i::::; !i e wrote his first novel in 1915, iTIES stands for many things . . . Ireqmred' I the civic area Catholics have not The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to :nd after publishing a series of In its endeavor to fulfill the Neeus are urea~ Ibeen carrying their "full bur- their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers are re- agazine articles and shortlworks of philanthropy, which isI The needs of our cherts are lden" of responsibility. ]quested for the repose o[ their souls. great ano vary m intensity 192 Th Rev Francm J Anti astor of St John the aries his three volume work:the basis for its existence it . ' " "' "1~[ May 8, 6-- e ' p . 'How to Teach Cafechism" was meets people from all walks of flanging ~rom !nlant care: desti-l,infant care" if our foster moth-[ Baptist church, Savanna, is buried in St. John tblished, life. Let ~ YOUR CATHOLIC rote ~amifies, mne~y people, the[ers were not a part of us. Their I cemetery, Savanna. ,v-.--~. ~. ~ ~ at aieonolie, the sic~ and the ageo I ~ * ~.-,~- ~ .~ ~, [ Ma 17 1919The Rev Anton Baumgarten chaplain St Franms 'oeaco" n of ti-ht~, whe~.'ever y-'OH s'*o,~i ~ney are interwoven as intrinsic ~.anfl, 1" ' ;m ~ ~,t ~'nnrt in[ hos.pital, Freeport is buried in St. Joseph ceme- ' " o 'threads binding all of us togeth-~ ?" .""~" Y . ' MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY for ]t ~s constructed to help y Uier . '1 tour orgamzatmn. Closing sum-]' tely; Freeport. . 0,2/~1 il M lin time of need. i to d~ve ano w or~ aRe ne~.P]mary: Last home visit made by[ May 24, 1921--The Rev, nmholas J. Schwarz, asszstant at St. dv ~ i'|, our zenow man ]o mrmer l] Mar Galena zs buried m St John cemeter , ' Whatever your needs may be lustrate o r r~ -icaseworker revealed a happyl Y," " " Y s r s ss . i J[there is always a caseworker on *~down of llst W:;el~': 2::eC: ru2-!situati n' Our little infant wasl Brooklyn, N. Y. A raiFmvlng anu hand to listen to your story Y iprogressing well. Now it is hop-I Grant. 'we beseech Thee, O Lord. that the souls of thy ser- Fa$cJna]infl New Game. it is our job to establish an un-i~lLgrltie: ::~it:du~tr l~a::t ~m',ed when the last diagnosis is!vants, Thy priests, whom in this life Thou didst honor with the ' " derstanding relationship with a li"ues. P - made the doctor will" prescribe' 'sacred office, may rejoice in the glory of heaven forevermore. 1~lil%led~ I/ll I A~I~ [client and ~t ~s this assomatmn Case diet " ' r ~i"child ready for adoption." [Amen. I~ ' milan enos: t nll(1 -- VIUleU VILL/4U Iwhich enables us to assist you r [ AnD[her Case I ' IThere are no rigid outlines oo n out,or weo~oc~ to an our.ozI Another dase review concernsl . II1~111~ l WREX-TV (hannel 13 i~~--~- ~aa~tev~a~;"e21e:2edtlen2nli;il[:loW:m:na ft:}eeY;;;~ Liv~III~iUKUKA III IIKOKA diagnosis prescribed "immedi-! 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