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SCHEDULE Monday, June 5 11:00 a.m. -- Boylan Central Catholic High School. Rockford --Pontifical Low Mass. 8:00 p.m. -- Madonna High School, Aurora -- Commence- ment Exercises. Address. Sunday, June 11 11:00 a.m.--Saint Anne Parish D i x o n, Dedication of 'New Building. 5:00 p.m.---Newman Central Catholic High School. Sterling, Christian F a m i 1 y Movement Federation Day, Address. Vol. XVI--No. 22 Official Newspaper of the Rockford Diocese ROCKFORD, JUNE 2, 1961 12 PAGES " ~':~:::.::::: :: ::~: . '" ': :i~!:: i::iii::: i~ :i! ~ :ii :k:i:i:ii:/ : :! ::i ~;.~!~::: : ~~ ii~ J~~ ~ ~ii: . i [I WASHINGTON--(NCI--The U. ::: :)) ~~! all ~ ~ j ~. :. IS. Supreme Court has ruled that :.::3. l~:!~ [] :-- ~" - :i [] ~ [states may ban business activ ::~ ~- " I ~ [] ~k [ity on Sunday, if they do so for : !~ : : ~ ~ ! ~ [social not religious reasons. ~ :~ ~'~ [] ~~ I l~::'i [ Chief Justice Earl Warren ~ :: ii::::~ ~".: 1 ~::.~ []/:::: [held that the high court canno.t : i " !: : " !: i:.i| ~i:~ ~I~ /i:: I"find that a state is without ::: ?4 :~ " : : " : ~ i ~~ ~ ~iJ l::I [power to provide a weekly re-: :!ili::i :I ::: 7 : ::I -! 1 Ispite for all labor." !(:: .: ::{i:~ { %~ . :" .):/: : :. ! .:(.:::.: i:{ .~ [] ~i~ !!!: ~l~i~ : [ Chief Justice Warren also no- {: :!~ ! ~ i~:: (. : : :.: ~il .~ ~~ [] ~~[~ !]]:i]): I~j [ted that Sunday is almost uni- Ca::.:;:: ~.::.:.~::~;::~:i ~.:.::.:~, :~i ;a:~: ~b{4a,;~;i :;2i~,~:~:~i::.:{~.a.~ ~ ~ : ~i a.~: :~,::~ [ ~[~{~ iiii:: [rV::tSilnlYth~bsS;;V~raSL ds:Yd I POPE GREETS NEW AFRICAN BISH?P--His Holiness Pope John XXlII recently consecrated lll~g~/! [] ~~{iil iiI i~i::: I '; 14 new missiomary bishops in St. Peter s basilica, Vatican City. This picture shows the Holy II ~~i~ : ~l~ ]w u~a :edetr~imr:n~ll[t,m. an o Father giving a ceremonial embrace to one of them the Most Bey. Caesar Gatimo. Auxiliary I~:~l II l[[~][~l~:~i ~i~:i: ~l~ ]iicPewel~:re to re uirae' s:a tePUto' Bishop of Niery, Kenya, Africa. Of the new Bishops, three were Chinese. two Indian two Italian I ~//~i~-~ iiii~ii:: ~":l~ [ . q one American, one Burmese one French, one Irish and three African. Pope John told the new ~l n ~~::ii!l iii!!!i:i ~:-i~l [wm::; : dle :~nrer t?ay ot the bishops "Your anxieties will be Ours." He spoke of the "indissoluable bond that God Himself ~ ~~I ili~i~ l y s. has been pleased to place in Our hands to gather We and you together, the scattered members ~~i~ill :!i: ~il i!!iil ] Widespread Impact of humanity and make of all peoples one single people." ::: ii::::i::::::i ] The Chief Justice wrote t h e - :.; iiii]!i~i:: ~iiil icontrolling opinions in f o u r ~ -1. -i ~ ~ -~ ,ii"!iii:i i i i!iii!i!iiiiiiil cases from three states-- Cath011c n0kesmen D e CrYi~::i::::::::<:i::/;:i:i!ii:: :. i:ili !ii :::!ii: ::!.: #:.i:i::iiiiiiiii:: "::::i~ii :iiii:: ::!ii i::iiiiiiiii!ili[i: Pennsylvania, M a s sac h u- ~~~ :i!: :~:~::::: ~ilil Iset~s ' a n d Maryland--where 1 ' .::4~q "::" ":~.~ =========================== "-" : :::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ' ~ O] m iiil [Sunday sales laws were chal- :.:Z::: ::::~:f4 ~ : :: :::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: NEWLYORDAINED15RIESTS--The Sacrament of Holy Order$ Bishop Lane (center) are the newly ordained-riests (! to r)" I The court's action will have I~ ~]['~P %/ 1CIIPYIOP 1YI /--% Ifl It%tim ~l was given to six men last Saturday Mo, ~ I, *~,= ~--* ~-, ,m,o ,~,~ wm~o, ~, ~,~ ,~ no,~,=. ~ ~" [im~aet wherever such laws are J" ~,La,~./ y.l.~J.l.~ ~lJ.%.~,/ .1 LJ. d. -L.II.La ~,2~l 1 L.l.~,l, Loras T. Lane (center in above pho'to)in~ Rockf~ord's St"fJa'm~e's ~),"l~rien"~+ho"ma~"~-.'Caug"hl"ln,'~iar'o'l~! ~ Hei'neman,'an'd'~La'w." Ion-the'books. A measure of the bPr 'Cathedrai'auxlhar. Theto Blsho rdinati nl ,Johnritel[[ to waSiorce telecaStmemnersbY WREX.TV,It uammlc[i rene~ Urbaniak . (See photo-studv~ of :the ordination: . ::f:~:~ii~i;::i~:ceremonva ,1:: ! ]controversial[[Chief u" natUrewarrenOf wasthe . iS-at/[ AoN~BIRMINGHAM'sT. THOMAsAla"-(NC)-[ NegroFACULTY,[[,Freedom Riders, whol ingl,/} aii~:convention: in Montgomery channel 13, for the benefit of thousands of viewei's Shown with on a ex 6 & 7) (Herzo hoto sue is the fact that several ]us- labama Catholic spokesmen were touring the deep South during the outbreaks on May 20 . " ' P g ~ g P ),[flees dissented sharply frorn'the have deplored recent outbreaks under sponsorship of the Con- and 21 ~- "~T ' .ffiT~- [ . " . " ~ [maiority rulings, while others of racial violence in connectionfgress of Racial Equality fCORE)[ The Kni-hts took note of th~ I/ ~Fkll ['~K&~" ~/~t:l~ [ /~ -,~.t-~n'-iL -~]- -~ ] ~ ] ~ 4/- ]~Ts-.~-.# r.-1.~ ~["Nl~rsr~o [though agreeing with the re-with antlsegregatlon efforts bytto test southern bus segregationlsituation in a resolution which "- "'-'* " '~ [z"l ,lt/tL 8 i,~L~I,~,I : L U~UM{A~g [ (i:11,1~.5(1:111 ~L.~ll ~ [ suit, wrote separate concurring "Freedom Riders." flaws. In Anniston a bus was] said Alabama had been entered 111" ~"~l I J ~ ~ [~zf-- #~'~-~ ~, [ pini ns'j sfice The Catholic Week, newspaper[ambushed and burned. ]by "an element which we )eel nur[ t nurcn. .-,- ' at I O OOO AId n " for the Mobile-Birmingham dio-[ KC Decry Situation [may be subversive"--apparently [ l/ l~][t~ ~l& ~ ~ '] t/llF~/)O ! I 9 ~tat I Pains to make it clear that the cese, said Alabama was "dis-[ A total of 666 Federal mar.la reference to the Freedom Rid- e [ ~"W,/O~[,/~,~O k /L'O ~ ~| P~L~[ ~[A~'~.~ [WI'I IT "~3" m-~l [court was upholding Sunday graced" by the "public inhu-lshals was sent to Montgomery era. luomlnlcans I I1o Vlan [,aws only if they. are enacted manity" of the riots here, in!and the National Guard was[ The Knights said a "sad situa- ST CHARLES The M o s tl for legitimate social reasons Mont omer and Anmston Ala h 1 h ' ~ " "-- [ ] "" " g y " [called out to a tt e violenceltion involving racial conflicts' uu*****~,~ ~,~ n ru~L,~U ~[Rev. Egidio Vagnozzi, Apo-] ~; : : : - - - ]GENEVA --(NC)-- The Holy[ Day of Rest The violence occurred over the[there. [was created by their arrival and (NC)--The.pr pagan~da.mac~hine/stolie Delegate to t h e Unitedl ~~ [See in donating $460,000 to Unit-[ His opinions made it c 1 e a r weekends of May 13 and May 20.! The Alabama State Council,/added: "Local and state au- o~ t, enerausslmo s rta~aei J.ru-le,~ m ~a * ~.--] fed Nations reins, re aid ,~ro-r~,~ [that the court would not sane White mobs attacked white andlKnights of Columbus, was hold-]thorities have failed to cope "'1 ha " l ~, ~, :, . r og:?i heii!uaii2:2:: J1 lo s rephed to the U.S. gov :nn?::: Rhe;:g~icth:t l~ethr%eDu~- g:a::Ti :c:d::;et;t ~}id2, ~:~ :"!i:::~/;i:{!!s~[!~:~:i~ug r~!l:hikf:g:he[~!ili~vtee n}f~i{[~ifi gl: p;::tet appro ing the Catholic Church by say- June 2. iz'. ":!i~. ;: ~!::i!i ::. Y "'. P . . g . ' .' " ' p ing in effect: "You, not we."[ ~~i~ IUN high commissioner tor refu-t The. Ch~e.f Justice. said .m one ]~ ~ ~" ~ ~1 ] Describing the state and local "W=sh~,+,~, h= =~ ! ,~rcnolSnop vagnozzl wiu oe-I ~~~]!1111~ Igees announced here. lot nls opinions, Involving a,- It I.' ll?rl~ Ir|.l-li.~ f-|.E,#'|.~ /officials as "derelict " ~h- A'I= ~, o r"---n ' I[~/~].: - ~ ~ ' ll~v r 1 na ~,n,l 1 th .L,s ~ .1 ~,~W./~t,/ m ~t ~l m/~,~ # .~. I/q m.'l ~/t2 / ' " secured and been an enemy of]hver the graduation address~~ ~l[ [ The $~60,000 donation, the larg-[~'*a,z ~, ua: aw bama K of C. called on them the Cathohc Church said theland present diplomas to the '391 ~~/- t made by any of[ r"~e at [to use all of their dlhgence to - ~ I i??i;! "v eat contribu ion ts common Knowledge that the Trujillo-controlled Radio Caribe ]seniors of the academy [~~~ [the 76 countries and terrftories/~Ws~aaY ~^~ne wee, nascome] ~l~ "i[ ~'ll'~d}i~ Z~ iFII 1Fi 1[ 41'If}lF'~J'~ll~,~/' ~prevent such situations from network. [ " I ~~ /participating in the WRY stamp[~u nav~ ff~,~,*a: ~* t=a,~ ~,~]k 2 grip [./l~,l/ ~,~| I~1~ ILY~'I[ Otl~l[ V [continuing or occurring again." t~." ~." ",~ote"~ .ne graauation ceremony willl ~[~[~,~~. ~,lanr,was. announced by. Ms'rs./a ,anY Ol rest in zms. country ~ -- 6/ ~ he uamonc wee~ charges take lacem th s People of all rehgmns and The U.S. charge was made in[ P "- e picturesque~ ]Co~tante Maltoni, the Holy See'sly. o~'~e " ith no reli"ion re-'~rd[ ROCKFORD--Celebrating 25[op Martin McNamara, who pre-]that the state and local law en- an official note to the Inter-[Lady Glen Gardens. on t h eI ~~ [delegate on the 25 nation execu-[~ n~: w- ti eSf r,~a ~. [years in the priesthood is the t sided at the ordination of morelforcement officials, "by culpa- American Peace Committee of[school campus The Mt St I ~L~ [tire committee ot the UN High/ u.uay a~ a m.[ . u. ~iin ~ R e v Robert V Lawrence a than 2 000 Catholic priests in his[ ble default," had allowed "unau- " " ' ' " :::::::;:~:!:!:~""*'"::'~i Commlss' ioner's program activity IOf VI~ILIII~ ll-lell[1N aDO ' ' . the Organization of American [Mar- academ boardin- ~'-*"-'-~ [ 1 ~ ' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2, member of the St. Thomas high lifetime I thorlzed persons bhnded by fury a j ~) ~*l~* .':.:.:+:,:.:.:.:-:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:$.:.:.: ~-::.::,:.: ::. : :":" ' :::: t~l*a~lv~ ~tul l~k~ ~,1~*~ ~.u~ I . , States [. [ [ The WRY stamp plan was[ ' . . . ',school faculty since 1937 Fathe~ ~a.^. v t. (to) take the law into thmr own ' " Iorg~rls' is" conducted byt h e .:::::.::::::::::::.:::-:::~::.::::~:::':::::::::::::::. :'.~:[*:::.: .: ::. . passive anct acuve entertain- i ' .[2 ~Lll~'.{ .IL~d' VI~IIU~(:~ W~tb L.M.)fll ill , "Bisho~ Reillv aTon~ with[ [ [launched on April 7, 1960 with[ Lawrence will offer a Mass oi ~ ~ +~, .~ ~ ~ hands " - ~. o - D : ~i:::::J;~!~;2i!ig~i:::~:ii~ii:.):::.::.:~~: L.'.-!i~i~v!.):::.:::: :~ . ' merits, Ior olnlng out ano tne . " ,~ ~ .o, = x~ , other members of the clergy in[ ormmcan Sisters of Adman [the simultaneous issue by 70lift,~,h~ ,~id [Thanksgiving on June 4 at l[children of Mr and Mrs Fran-[ Whatever these professed the Dominican Republic has inland is also the provincial moth-[ [countries of stamps commem-[ [p.m. in St. Mary church, Winne-[cis Lawrence 'After "raduatin~['Freed m Riders' deserved, and ' - orating the World Refugee year Day Apart,bago and Elm Sts . ' . ~ ~ ndeed they too must examine recent months been subjected [er house for the recently-es-[ ~i:i ::::: !iii!~:iiii~!~i::.::::i~.'~!:~:~:: ~:i:!:!i:i!~iiiiii!i!i!~:!i::i / ' [ [ " [from high school in McSherry- . . to an officially-inspired cam-tablished St Dominic Province ~;::ii:~!;:ili:[:i:~!:i!~:'!i~iiiii~::ii[iii:il]ii:) I -/ : ", ',[ P' " ' town he enrolled in fall 1928 ~ A goal oi one munon aouars He added Sunday]s aday Rece tlon in observance of their own conscmnces before ~ai~n of h~r~ssm~nt ~nd vilifi-I " "~ ~.~::::~:::'~.i~i~,~=i.~::~:~~i::.::~!~:.~ t was set, w~tn me proceeos to oe/apart ~rom au- omers. ne tamer Lawrence's silver anni- ~ ~^ ~^,t. '~ a ,~ ~ t#oa ana me wenare o~ meir '--'"~ IvIotrl~'r Mmrv ~x/~n f3 D 1 ** T ~c:~:.::::::':::.::,:i~:.~L=::::.::.:.: 1 . . . . ~ ~ / J 111 tn~ ,tv&u~ll~t Ut k.xu~du ~.-UUJI~I . - . -- r.~flem " t-h~ II ~ n~fo e~ict T*l ~' - * ~,u-~ ~~ ::-: ~-~ ~:.:::<:.:::: /mstrlnuteo oyme omce otme/cause is irrelevant The t a c t versar will be held Irom 7'30 country, it certainly was not the ~ . % ' :i:i:::~:~< ::~.:::::::::::::i . . . . Y Nomtlate, New Hamburg, N.Y. . . -dded that "Dominican law en Ivlnclal mother, will att~end the! ~~i~::::~:.::::.;i: ::i: [UN High Commlssmner fOr[e lsts. It would seem unreahs- ~ I, pubhc Inhumamty that has dis- ~,rcement authorities were ob- ceremonies. ~~~iii[i:.:i~i~::)::::ii:ii!ii~i:)ii~i;~ I Refugees and the UN Relief and[tic forenforcement purposesl~'~ (-= : ]lanU:eaY?;i lea;:[, ne enterea,vu,-[graced our state," the newspa- ~"~rved to have directed and Plans were recently announc- ~~iiiiii::i::::i:iil ::~ i::" /w rks Agency for Palestine[and perhaps detrimental to the[ ]he was gra~u:i~';~'in~r1~33W~hCa~ per said. ,-'wtici"ated in th"~ mob attack[ " -,I ~:~.~i:i:!,i:ii:i!i:~!~i::~:::i:iiii!::~:i,i.i~i!G:~/rtemgees. [generat welfare to require al ~~'~~ I " . [ "It has been said that because ;n the~ Bishop's residence" in[eU mr a ~unlor COllege mr ~gms[ Arehbisho- Va"nozzi I The State of Vatican City is-[state to choose a common-day-[ ~~~ [~.all, he. v.egan n!s stuo!es at the[of these riots, fear has stalked on the campus of Mt St Mar ~" ~ Augusnnlan t.oue~,e house oi r A';ril [ Y.[ [sued a series of six denomina-[of-rest other than t h a t whichl ~;i~. Ira, " /ou city streets," the Catholic ~ neology, Washington, D C Dominican Reply tions in three designs. The de- most persons would, select ot !:. :~:~:~:~:~:~::~i~: Week added. "But sin has ~talk- Radio Caribe in its reply said" lDlOCES.4N PRIESTS RETURN [signs reproducedFraAngelico's[their own accord. [ [ Following his ordination, he[ed them too--sin against the "To such an extent is the[ ~ ["Flight into Egypt ': Masaccio's[ Specifically co, ncern ,d in the] ~~i: [studied a.fullyear and one sum-greatest of all the command- v [~ 1 1 ' ~ 1 . "r~ 1 ' ["Alms of St Peter ' and Piero]courts' ruling were four cases[ Imer sessmn at the Catholic Uni- [ ments 'Thou shalt loxe the Lord cnarlatanr oi me u. ~. govern- " " ' / ~:~: : -:~:~.z~:~!." "' tq atllOllC llellO'lnn. I~:~adnn~ [della Wra~cesca's "Madonna of,challenging Sunday sales laws/ [verslty, Washington. ]Thy God and thy neighbor as r~,-,~,~ ~- z~^ ~.~: ^, I t ~ /~wercy. Im me mree states. / I His special field of study has mvseu. ~ : :.~. ~,~.~. o~ ,~'~,~'li-~ P 1 I d'~ . [ Felix Schnyder UN high com-[ In the Massachusetts case[]been history After coming to ~rhe Catholic Week put special c,ltlng the ,atnollc ~nuren with- . . ' :~.: .~@:);i:~.:. . out takin~ into account that[IPFOm ~uDa lS LOn[lnUlll Imlssloner for refugees, noted and one of two cases from[ ~~ [Rockford, he attended summer[blame for the vmlence on the ~xr r " " --" ~ " " -- I ~ [that some countries donated[Pennsylvania, Sunday laws were[ ~~i~ Ischool sessions in 1938 and 19391"silence and apathy and indif- % asnlngton nas atwavs perse " -" . ?$-[ CUBA--(NC)--Large numbersIbers of religious communities various quantities of stamps[challenged by Jewish m e r c h-[ ~t~:= l at DePaul University Chica,~o [ference' of citizens cute~ ano oeen an enemy oi me were in " ~ " "' ~" " " C~,~^~,~ u. ~ ,r- 2~ u I f Catholic Rehglous continued[ . most cases evicted from lcommemoratlng the World Refu- [ants on grounds of rehgmus[ ~~~ [ F [ .-,u,u ~ ~.~ *"~ "~*~ "~" ' their hom ~ amer ,awrence s m o t n e r [ , " " " to I,~ur out of Cuba under pres es and subjectedto gee year and that others sold dlscrlmmatmn The s e e o n d :ous conflict there has been in " insults n . " Stl]d res,des on'~he famil home- Reds Allowln ~,~ Isure ~[rom the roco ni"1 a d abuse, the Castro-their stamps with surchargeslPennsylvania case and the oriel ~ I~+,~n ~ ,~n ~ ~.[ ~ g i~e Doml nman .Rep.ubllc .has[ " p mmu S~[controlled press and radio now]benefitting refugees. '"But the[from Maryland w e r e brought/ l?o~y,~, ~ .~**~:~ .~] IS- n. 1 ~sw7 I 1 ,e e n oetween me ~ominlcanlgovernmem or ~'remier J~iaelrchar-e them with b a : ], o ~ .: . a 1 . - .I Itomcal ~ettysourg. IIl-~l~lr~i%n ~u~/on~uu-'m . I,~ . i ~ a anuotnng~floly oet~ IS alolle In navlilg ue-iDelore me court Dy an e a S t| ~ " |.LWa~.L~U,~.~ V ~ ~.J-~.~J-J. i.~.ople ano certaln ngures, oi[~astro. [the country of their own freelcided to allocate the entire pro-[coast discount chain. ] [. u~ mrs ~,awfence.s ~Z Cll.rect[ ) ~e clergy mat nave been nnKeO One lane landed at Miami oescenaants, la are in religious . " [ P " " will, or in obedience to an "in- reeds obtained from the sale of [ / l'l' U/rit Harta ![, criminal a t,s, contrary to ha-[with 104 Brothers of the Chris-Iternational maneuver" of t h e its stamina to refugee work," he' T~ n^ ws.rrev[ fis ~u,~ngs. ] I llf~" I t,'onai security. Itian Schools. This was thetCharch, lsaid. [. .y t=uu;~ l,~a.u t a, a~u-[ ~ ~ome ot mem are: two sis-[ HAMILTON, Bermuda --(N~} ments in me tour cases ~ast ue ters Sister Clare o The same evening that it[largest group of Religious to[ [ " "lRev Robt V Lawrence O S A I " f the Blessed[ --Bishop James E Walsh, M.M, h . . . [ . cember 7 and 8. The clasb of Sacrament Carmelite M o n a s- now serving a jail sentence in arged t e U S with persecut arrive in Miami since the Cas . views then focused on the ues IF~. the Church, Radio Caribe,tro government seized control ~.ll -~]-- ~ ll.-- "~T - II-/ q "luntll 10 p.m. on Sunday evenlng]tery Allentown, Pc and Sister[Red Chma, has been permitted ~serted that the Holy See is Iof Cuba's Catholic p r i v a t el ~i~ ~II~II~.]~I1 ~[.d~J~UIIL~/ J.'~ ~.z~Kl~ [tton of me mws' oasic purpose [at St. Thomas high school, 9201Robert Vincent, SSJ, stationed[to correspond monthly with rcs nmble for the 1 wnemer mey are SOClm meas Mulberr S ' !0o ' p anting of schools. The Brothers operated l " ,/ [ . "[ y t " [at the Paradise School for Or-[members of his family in the bombs in churches and rec-14 schools in Cuba--including /-, ~ . ~ lures aemgnea to guarantee Invitations to the reception[p hans Abbottstown, Pc : a[United States since last August. tories in the Dominican Repub- [Havana's LaSalle Academy and[ ~l~'~t-~,t~ ~ ~,r~l~rsr~r~ 1 ~*t~l~r,tx [worKers a weel~ly any of r e s t[are being sent to .all former stu~- [ nephew, Rev. Cyril Smith OSA ] This Was disclosed bv his and bar the evils of seven any a dents and r lic. ' [LaSalle College--now occupiedl kJtqfll[9 lI1 kggUYgl[~q5 1.211 .q:; / " . . - " "[ g aduates of the[ ~ teacher at Carroll High School',[brother, former Judge W~illiam [by Castro's militia. Included in[' l,]week business; or whether .theY[scfiool [Washington, D.C.; anal a niece,[C. Walsh of Cumberland, Md are essenuauy religious sta Father L r who Ins Au v ][~*~*,r~r~ ][-Lr~,r~ -. [the group w e r e natives of~ The'week of June the 5th the Catholic Salvage pick-[ . .[ aw ence was ordain-[Sister Norine, who is a medical[ t gust isited the Bish- a.~os~t~,~r ai ~,u~tso [France, M e x i c o, Germany,Inn truck will be busy gatherin~ articles readied for our[t,utes mten e . protect a n aled June 6, 1936, in the Shrine oflmissionary in West Pakistan. fop, last U.S. missionary in Chi- . ~ o o Iavor the ~.nrlsuan aay ot wor ISpain and Cuba [Salvage bureau in Stepherfson county. |shi- ' "[!he Immac.uhate Conception in[ . A nephew also is studying for[na, in his Shangha! prison, o z, ,~ ~ ~,~.~/~s I A group of nufis who had beenl T +, ] ~," .~ Iwasnington, D.C. The ordination/the priesthood at St. Peter Chan-/ Juoge walsh tOlCl memners ot T wr Tr. ". ]fc.rced to flee from Cuba arriv-[ o ena, l~reeport ana ~rxsn urove wm ~e me stopping[. ~ne,~upreme t.ourt~s actionlwas performed by the late Bish-[el Seminary San Rafael, Calif. [the Maryland Bar association on Ilrl H/ IVl ra" ml'nfl I "~ 1OII points Remember the better the parish drive is/m upnolmng me consutuuonai- /a Bermuda convention-cruise ~ r~# ~v ect at me ~acreo heart 1~ o v 1- " - 1 xty of Sunday laws was m hue tha rlor o hi v [tiate in Newton N J The[orgamzed, the faster these things will reach those peo-] t [ t p ' t "s isit the Bishop WASHINGTON --(NC)-- The|,' "~ ~- h,1,~ i 1 /wire its previous rmings in misl ' thad not been allowed to write his group was maoe up or ~ ~aies- t,~-- *, **~,- Most Rev. Joseph H. Hodges has - area. ' . . . m nuns who had reached ~ - family since August, 1958. been named Coa.djutor B,shop/ /n L n . [ ItheldmlSa tha, thestate[In This Issue t "But he is now permitted to h' f c s " " Ar h |riorma earner m me wee~ an~|l-- ~-~l~ ~ tt~st~ ~"h ri " ' " wlm rig t o suc e slon to c -| ~. t~l~' .LJ~C,O / as a ght to protect all per-[ |write either m- oldest sister bishop- Bishop John J. Swint offmen. tra velea to t ewton ny/1,]sons from the physical a n d World News 2 Coming Events [Mary or me once a month and . . cnartere~ ous " ) ' Wheeling, West Vlrglma. [ " . J June 5, Stephenson County |moral debasement xhich comes]on the Lighter Side 2,Ordination in Pictures 6-T/hetween us w'e have now receiv- While me pressure conunuea Bishop Hodges has been serv-I [ June 12, Carroll County [from uinterrupted labors. [Catholic Charities 3n, Theology for Everyman 8led six letters from him, tbe last ing as "' Y " P I June 1[} O-le Co" n" " / In 1896 it again sustained[Fami," o,i. - .IWomens Page 9[having been dated in January, l~ellglOUS communlues OU~ oI 9 ~ u ~y *j, ~n ~ o J. Russell of Richmond. ~ [ ]Sur~day laws, when it declared[ ,Hi Sehdol News I0 1961 " Judge Walsh said The appointment made by His[Cuba on the other hand an in-] June 26, Whiteside County [that the legislation in questionI, Requieseant 3',St Vincent's Jotti-ffgs 10[ Ju'dze Walsh said "his "br, ~r Holiness Pope John XXIII, was/creasing numoer of diocesan].' July 3, Lee Count'-, lat that time--a Georgia law--IMay They Rest 3[Doris AnSwers Youth 10ihas reported that he is in Vgood announced here today by Arc.h-[priest~ are oeing permitted m[ ". was enacted to promote t h e Washington Background ~ Legion of Decenc 10 health and that he has rece~v bish,p Egidio Vagnozzi, Apost61-]return to their pari,hes; [ duly I~, l~el~alO .ounty [health, safety and morals oflSharing Our Treasure 5For Teens Only : Y II a few non-religious books whig Delegate to United States.U Despite the fact tl t mem-] July 17) Winnebago County -, !the community. I Missio- Colun . 51TV Movie Guide ll[his family sent him.