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mpressive ' MaR?C7K, FOeRD~os?~:at?dav~iMt~YAdC~ent~omOiaPcanTshey are ~ :~ IT. Lane will confer Holy Orders[ * * * i ~ i! :in St. James Pro-Cathedral The THE REV HAROLD JOSEPH ~iii! / [impressive ordination ceremon-HEINEMAN son of Mr and :ii ,ies which will be televised overll~irs Earl ~I "Heineman "of 14 .~ 1 station WREX-TV, channel 13,' "" " . m, [Grove st Huntley, Ill, was born ~ 1 will begin at 10:30 a.m. lneI on Oct 30 1935 in Huntley Ill. ~ 1 ~rr t -, r~ ,r,~. ]deacons to be ordained are th.e He attended the Huntley consoli- ~ 1 urr,c~at t' ewspaper or me tmcKrora LJlocese ]2ev. v~essrs. inomas ~ranclsidatedgradescho01, HuntleyCon ~ uaughhn Thomas James Demp Dem T R v . " "[solidated high school and Sacred The Rev. Thomas F. CaughliuThe Rev. Thomas J. psey he e . Harold J. Heineman llt ~ u 1 ~ ~ spy, ~aroldJoseph He~n, eman, iHeart Mission seminary. His ~:!.'.':':~.'.:!gb~.'.~v~ ~,'~z~.~ ~ - James lvic~eognegan u ~rlen ~ - ~ ;:~.:.:-.:::::'.: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .~ =$:*:.'.:,~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,philosophy and theolo~, were :::~::::~?~: :::::::::::::::a:::::: : ::~:::aaa: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Vol. XVI--No. 20 ROCKFORD, MAY 19, 1961 12 PAGES William Peter Staff and Law '; Y I ~ ~ [] l ~:~::::;:~::~: ::~:~:~:;:~:;:~~:~:~:::~;~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~;~: ~:~;~;#~;~~~ ~;~;~:;~;~i [rence Michael Urbaniak. [Lake seminary, Mundelein, Ill. [] ~ ~ ~ l iii~iiii!i~!iiiiiiiiil i~iiiii~!i~i~ilili!iiiiii;iiiiiiiiii~!ii i i!iiii~! . ~ -I ~ [ THE REV. THOMAS FR~.N- Father Heineman will offer [] ~ [~:~;:~i ] l ::i::ii::i::i[ii::i:::!::ii i::iii::i~iii~):ii!ii}!i ii~ ~; ::i::i lv,~, .w~ ~ 1 --- I i ~ [CIS CAUGHLIN, son of Mr.[his First Solemn Mass on May [] ~ ~!ii~ i:~ l !:::i::iiii:ii!!!! iiiii:ili:ii:i:::ii::i:iii : ~-ii i ::ii]!!i~ i'~ ~[ 1 ~1~ ~| ~[ ]r ,'q~ ~-~ ~ ~T ~.~,~ { ~'~[~ 1 ~ 1 ~ 7~[~ ]and Mrs. Leo P. Caughlin of]28 at 12 noon in St. Mary church :il / :: :: ~~ii! i!i ~ ~:::: ~ .l ]~ ~ L~ ~J~w~ I.~,~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~.~ ] [668 Dickie Ave Elgin, Ill was]Huntley. Archpriest for the First ~ ~ ~-::: :i~ 1 [ : ] !~i!~::ii!:!:i:i~i ~ :il J bo~n on July 11, 1935 in Chi- Mass will be the Rev L Dudley : : t "~ 1 Icago He attended St. Joseph]Day, pastor of St. Mary Deacon [] ~ ~ [] ~ ~-~ :: i ::~iiii:::i::ii~==~i! ~1 1 ~ ~ I [ ~ lelementary school, Elgin, St. will be the Rev. Daniel J. Bra- [] / ~] [] 1 :[ i ~~~ ~"~ ~ ~ ~'~'~'1 ~"~'~'~ ~'-~ "] 1-~ ~-"~ ~r~ ~'~ 2" [Edward high School Elgin and dy newly ordained classmate [] 1 ~i~ [] / : ~~ ~ i I IJll L 1 .lJ 1. 12/ Ctl lMarquette university Mih au- and sub deacon, will be the Rev. []l ll ]kee, Wis. In 1955 he was as- Thomas P Fischer, newly oY- [] / I [] / i I ~l / [signed fo St. Paul seminary, St.[dained classmate Master of [] 1 1 [] 1 l~ ~l 1 &r ~S encouraging to near zne omlgauons incum- IPaul Minn for his philosophi-[ceremonies will be Mr Stephen [] 1 1 [] 1 l~ ~l 1 the reports concerning the ,b e n t on our CATHOLIC ]cal training" He completed his[Pincsak; acolytes will be Robert [] 1 1 [] 1 l~ ~[] 1 vroaress being made on SALVAGE BUREAU are [theological studies at St. Paul[Heineman and James Tegtmei- llll 1 l~' ~ll 'T~ C'A'PI4('~.IC' ~,AT. many. Transients who ]seminary also. Father Caughlin[er. . t r a v e 1 through our city |will offer his First Solemn Ivlass The sermon at the Firsf Mass The Rev. James M. O'Brien T h e Rev. William P. Staff The Rev. Lawrence M. Urhaniak ~ ~ ~l'~t~ l)~lV.~, with little or nothina a r e [on May 28 1961 in St. Joseph will be delivered by the Rt Rev. ~- A survey of neighbor- ,riven the clothin- which IChurch Elgin at 12:15 p.m.[Msgr. JosephT. Kush, pastorof ,r]~.yT l~l~$nV l~l~ ]~A~:l~ n]Tlr~Vl~'N " ' a, s r" ' I St Barbaraar'lsh, Brookfleld" --~.-- ***a~. ~ *UaL.L '~O~ u*=,~* .:.u hoods has revealed act~wty you ve d o n a t e n ~ ~, ]Archp lest for the First Mass I P , Ill at a peak~ Everyone has b~c~i~c. ^rxr^m~,will be the Rev. HenrySchryer,] ]'~T ~ 1 lr~ 1~ "~nrr'r~ ,r~ 1 . . ",~ ~* ~*~ ozx~vtx~Jm Ipastor of St Joseph Deaconl The dinnerwill be held in the[ I~]~.~.r 13.-~,-~,1 14"na.'r--l.a--l l~l]. i~- ~-i oPen ousy . rummaging BUREAU in conjunction [will be the tlev Wiliiam My Iparish hall immediately follow-tL'~q~ li:l[ :ll l lll !UllUi:ll -~' 1 I,itillLIly thru closets, basements at ~ 1 * .~ .' " w'th the Catholic Charities lers as.~isiant ~,as'tor of St An-ling the First Mass. " !-' tins and garages The tea ~ Father H I - also sees that these unfor- ]dre'w'parish, Rock Falls" and] eineman has one~-l--~ 1" T " "I~T son ' Gatherm t h e [terns brother Robert He ~s the grand " . " g " tunates are given foodand /the subdeacon will be th; Rev [ ' " " mlna,na vaov ,ano 1 needed to keep our Salvage lodzinv [Everett Hiller assistant nastor[nephew of the Rt. Rev. Msgr.]-1- ~t JLa~. IJt~$I I ]l.a~t,a~k.~l ~t~,V~.~l~J l.~.~ .a a. '~l~.~.~U~J~lk.~ Store operating,o o. . . ]at St Joseph' narish Aurora ]Charles F. Conley, V.F. pastor] ~" 1 uu program lS a v a s t IThe six server~ for *h^ S--lemn tol St. Mary parish Freeport I VATICAN CITY --(NC)-- Ma- The encyclical will commem- es buf the eternal and holy rod- Some have askedwhether one. The need for your help ]high Mass will be John Mason ] * * -I- ]jor attention will be given in the:orate the 70th anniversary ofttives of justice and of charity.' or nor damaged urniture in donating to the st)ring [Donal,~ Shannon .lam, Flore '[ ,r~,~ ~.v ~a,~ n ]forthcoming encyclical of His!Pope Leo XIII's encyclical on[~ ~ , can be used. In some cases, drive is m o s t important ]Paul Pomna William Burmeis I '.~.a~a ~,~,~ IHohness Pope John XXIII to the,the condmon of the working[ . . g~u~ ;an.drnaidlscagbe~sede - i / *'Michael" Berna alllMa~ar'etEmi]:*~'~BrS nn o~f%~011status of depressed agriculture!classes, "Rerum Novarum." After tins. Yopeoonn.expmm- e Lletg]rtabe t;o.P~rhtecf y ot ~ghthn~rade students from St. Norlg Kenmorey ave Chicago, i lt~ethreo,;~:u:tro~21u:d ~devae~d eta[Tab; enno.cY;leic:l ~:2:dVu~i: ~ut edmPm; XI:imaS:e;tnedh'7:l~]fect o~ mrmture. Small renova- your parish bulletins f o r ]Joseph school - [was born on June 5 1934 in Chi-i p P i t . . P. . . "l of social and economic relations ~, " ' ' ~natlons cause oi l-'ope dorm's oeslre to ' ~ ~ o n c a n be d o n e, b u t pink up sermce m y o u r I The sermon at the First Mass]cago, Ill. He attended St. Mary ~ ~. ;, ~. ou t-~,h,mo ~.;o~, extending and clarifying the rmture should be. ~[mrly area. In keeping with o u r - [wfll be dehvcred by the Rev.[g ade school, Elgin, St, Edward ~] p o,~ ~,~ C'h.~ ,~ t ~ho[Church's social teachings. "study",~ scence to the summons of the P" . ." g P" '~ " " [ ~," ~~~!:: divine will " l every t~sk that was entrusted to Mean~b'~e Ciudad Trujillo's ,'. a. ~. ~ her" ' . ] ~ i ~ " "~":" The Chnstmn fam,~ 1Radm Carlbe repeatedly rater " " "] ~ |~ is the first environment in Pope John noted that among ru ted its broadcasts to report ~ [] - " 'h n ' P ~ ." [ ~ - which the life of ~race is nur-t e un s most treasured sou- cnarges ~ n a ~ elgn~ ualnOllC ' ' ] |~ tured, i venirs was a catechism her pas- priests had beaten up mem- ~ "Wh~w th,-, i~. ,~,~h, ,~,h,~ tor had live / ~ n her. bers of the pohce guard at San-[ PROGRESS REPORT, OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY AT BOYLAN--A progress re- ] directed by members of the original fund raising committee which is epic- has faith, who prays and who "God and souls, interior life to Domingo College. The alleged! port on construction at Boylan Central Catholic high school in Rockford will be [ brating the first anniversary of the Victory report meeting held at the Rockford raises her children as Chris- and the apostolate, love of God incident was used as a pretext given Sunday, May 21, in the form of an open house from noon to 6 p.m. Acting [ armory last spring. It was announced recently that Boylan, which opened in tians heavenly grace cannot be and love of neighbor these are for the radio's call for mob ac-I as hosts and hostesses for the event, which will feature guided tours of the [ September of 1960 to a Freshman class nf 320 students, will be open to a full wanting Today's society will: the indestructible supports upon tion--the fourth, time the tactic[~ building .will be 100 women and approximately 400 men from tee various [ four-year student body beginning with the fall term of 1962 For further details have greater stabilit.y and an] whmh rest the story of the w~ used m a week parishes m the city Arrangements, for the report, and open house are being ] see story on ~age ~ (Herzog l~hoto) unshakeable, defens' if" the faro- ' sam" ts." he declared. ~, ~ ~.