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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1961 [ OKLAHOMA CITY -- (NC) "Not only when we are engag- become obscured," Father [ From Baptism to funeral dr- ed in religious or apostolic' ac- berek said I rangements topics treated at the tivities but in everything we do ,~ ,-k ' . qk~Ul 1 C||& ~.t ||illllt t:;l| ~ T(.n n t. H.ld qv.- 1 I 22nd North hmerman Llturgmal we have to proclaim 'Christ in .7 ] week here ranged over a broad us, our hope of glory' to a world tie notefl;, nowever, t.na.t t, ne SALINA Kan. -- The Salina whose laws were adopted for] spectrum of issues of Christian :losing hope in humanity along current cnmienge to tmrlst!amty ] "t,"has iorcefl us to remmK tne diocese w z ll convoke its flrst lthls diocese in 1907. ] concern. ,wl h faith m God, he sald. -- " ~hri~"a-it" "o look synod during the observance of The Salina diocese comprises[ The meeting brought toget e'We do not have to show that ~. ,~ ~.^~ ,~^ 1.~ ~ " ' " " and la men " "="= "' ""~" "" ~"~ ~"~'~'"'= Its 75th anniversary next year. 31 counties in northwest Kansas] priests, Rehgl:rtS of the ~ S we are .perfected Christians4,but superstructure of h is t or ic a 1 A synod is a meeting of priests|and is largely rural in charac-] zrom many pats . that it is supremely worthwnne Chri~tianitv and to examine called, bye,the local Bishop to es-lter It was formerly the Diocese] and Canadal for flisc, usslons, Bible Life nItrying to become such " she c,~,cm.~--^"--~-"" "*h^t = .uu*"-n'~ati^nu u an"~,~ tabhsh le~jslatlon for a partlcu-|of Concordia, but the See city[ the. generm, theme, .]added. sources of the Christian life." lar diocese. Legislation for the w a s transferred to Salina in| ann worsmp. ~ut scores oI1 Personal Prayer ,wl. 1~ h~ h~,~n th~ ~rp~ Salina See comes from the for- 1944. The Catholic population is] omersuo]ects were treateo our-] The Rev Aurelius Boberek 0 renaiss;nce"~ust ~)e~un"in-the mar Diocese of Leavenworth[53,416. [ ]rag me tour-flay gat.nermg ~.n]s R ,~f .~ M,~inr,A CT,q~ 'A~" ,~,d~, of Sacred ScriPture theo i ",umanoma ~lty mumclpa~ dUal- .--- . / .-,~- 0.~, a -- ~-," ~ . T r o I ~ o I torium bey said many Catholics exhibit logy, primitive Christianity and 1--rela[e uraes ~oelal ,|US|lee ! I ' . . ["a tendency to separate our li- Church unity. All these are con- ,vrmr^ I" ,;~ I DIscusses Funerals .Iturgical obligation from our per-'centrated in that great awaken- o,~--~, ,~u~a ~ a -- mst~ fray promise ueCe~Lluny. ] The Rev. Benedict Ehmann ot sonal prayer." "In the course]ing of the Christian life to which Bishop Juan Solis Fernandez of He cited the recent social an-[ St. Mary of the Lake church, of history the relationship be- we ourselves, at this moment, .Alajuela has warned Catholics cyclical of His Holiness Pot)e] Watkins Glen, N. Y criticizedltween liturgical worship and the are the living witnesses--the here that to fight communism ." 7-] lover-elaborate funerals in an ad-]personal life of the Christian has [liturgical movement," he said. successfully "we must see to it l nn A ~ lll, ma~er ec lwagzs-[ I dress to a general session While| ~,-,~ r that poverty and social in|us- tra," as the basis of such a~ a "decent" funeral is proper, he/ I tice disappear among us."Iplan. [ ]said, "it is more pagan thanI | Bishop Solis called in a pas-I The Bishop also denounced] IChristian to carry this to ex- : toral letter recently for a plan the Cuban regime of Premier] BLESS NEW SCHOOL AT AURORA--The Most Rev. LOrdS T. Lane is shown blessing the new [cess." ' ~(~,~ I "of Catholic social action tolFidel Castro for its persecution! $625,000 16-room Holy Angels school at Aurora during dedication ceremonies there recently. ] The Rev. Alexander O. Si.gur ~sss [ brm" g about what the commu- ] of the Church. Assisting Bishop Lane are'. the Rev. Thomas P. Bermin,*ham~, ,~behind the bisho"~v, and the Rev. ~of Lafayette. La suggested that, ! I Joseph A. Reszotko. During the ceremonies anew convent for the sisters was also dedicated [!aymen who. think they don. t Annual Home Celebration I Agencies Praised for Aid to Cubans l ~nfl:whengOtthea~n~'ie:~ro: fpthneh penm:a:fhtehl~ ~'g~na~c~C:o~ /n~ncL CUStt Stnr;~tatW;a ~lenb::twe:s [tha:ec~unrc~CUs~eu[~ :g:ndr =o~ne . -- a -- -- . -- [ WASHINGTON--Catholic Re- organizations, state and Feder-/ served for approximately 800. (Virginia Fields studio photo) " [time blaming themselves than ~ p~p~B~lr ~ ~P~|~ I lief Services--National Catholic al agencies have done a "splen-! |!he clergy. "You. ought.to drop~e --~dlt||~ll~ ~ II ~11 IIG~|| [ ~Velfare Conference and other did" job of aiding refugees in[~vrql ,-~ee, - r Ime mimy venefl ~amer's a~, chm'ch agencies were lauded in|Florida [Will ~IIer Mass I/- n . ehoe Ifault' routine Laymen must ~ll/~'('tldll~l | ~L~," uwJ ~v vv u ~ / ~s u~s o v~,o e,J~ .L~Lt~I ~'~tt K JJ,/q~l~ |lead, be engined, not cabooses, I tne rmuse o~ rtepresemauves[ me esumatea mat some ~,uuuI ~. ,-'.m ~.r I,I ,he said m for their work on behalf of Cu-[refugees have come to the Mi-[/-~.[ O[I1 atlonal . ][ ~ ~f~][ *]] ~,i " PunPve~ nn~cn [ ban refugees [ami area and said they are stillt ]nemraea t~nttaren t~enter i Catholic Action " I Rep. Dante B. Fascell of Jarriv~ng there at the rate of 1,-] Youth Meeting [ [ Dr. J. C. Wilke of Cincinnatill:to3C DT--$1 25 Adults;75c Children I Florida said individuals, firms, [ 200 per week. [ ~ I AURORA--Sacred Heart par- ! helpers, some of whom have had ] said that there is an "almost " I [ WASHINGTON--(NC)-- Fran-]ish school has made available a!experience in the training of|total lack of real Catholic action I Theologian Sees Moral Obligati n/ s] C(r mwalSpell'mwa li A;~:bithe[r~ ~dretn i:e eUS:d cbaYss:et;:d::[thesel children will be in attend-]in most lay organizations, to- BUFFET SUPPER---. TURKEY & HAM I P. ' i P " ance. With specialized training, day." He urged that memt)ers I ROCHESTER, N. Y.--A moral under a moral obligation to|closing Pontifical Mass at the,gin Sunday morning, S e p t. lit is known that manv retarded of traditional lay organizations 5"30 to $ C.D,T,$1.25 Adults; 7Sc CM|dren theologian said here that fath- build such shelters." [sixth national convention of the 10, at 9 o'clock. Registration Of t children will be able'to receive --and the organizations them- ' I ers have a moral obligation to| Msgr. Murphy is pastor of|National Council of Catholiclretarded children between thelHoly Communion and the Sacra-|selves -- be reeducated to take | provide fallout shelters f o rlHoly Apostles church and alYouth ages of six and 16 w i 1 1 belm,~, ,~ ~,~,~ ~ ;,~, ["their true ulace as active "~ rMMIhli'. I~k4~ M~ ttlhl~.WAITIl~l~ ] their families, former professor of moral the-] Some 22,000 teenagers and received at Sacred Heart school] An ~working members of Christ.' | I a y ~amollC parent in trle city Msgr Emmett Murphy said ology at St. Bernard's Seminary young adults from every diocese Au 30, from 1 to 2 p.m. t GAMES PRIZES AWARDS ot 9 p.m. I ,j oI ~urora wno nas cnuflren in ~tetreats he believes that 'fathers who here. in the country are expected to This instruction center is sport- . . ' | ~nee~ oz SUCh renglous lnstruc Ms r Martin B Hellrm el of have the available space andI He said fathers are obliged t0]attend the meeting which will be lsored by a special committee in l .'1 g ' g | the resources and skill to con- provide the most feasible pro- held Nov. 9 to 12 in Buffalo, N.Y. co-operation with all the parish- uon ~may can mrs. ~neenan at St. Louis said that the Mass k4~3VIl:i FOR THI: HILDRI:t4 I struct a fallout shelter in their tection" for their families and Msgr Joseph E. Schieder, di- es in the city of Aurora Mr. TW - v ~. should be made the center of | homes are, in the absence' of today that means constructing rector of the Youth department Kenneth Burta of Holy Angels ~ spiritual retreats He said that MAYTOWN---4 Miles E st of Rt. 26 Between 30 I any other equally effective fallout shelters against the ef- National Catholic Welfare Con-[parish and Miss Nancy Huston New YCW Unit this is "not the case at present" and 92--Father Sherman and a[[ his parishioners I means to protect their families,]fects of a nuclear bomb attack ference which sponsors the bien-lof Our Lady of Good Counsel and that "the emphasis today ;~v:l.= Y(~II tn ==w|~v kA~vt~wnn~ mnat f~,mou~ ~lnv [ . nml conventmn, announced plans]parzsh will conduct these class- "[~,-~,~ -,I ~,~~ ,~,~" rests rather on retreat master " -- . . I JL" LPLLLLCll Ill 2~kll~E, In rne country Africans Learn Lltur-v Readily for it here es They have had special train- and conferences. " " I ~J ,7 Msgr Schieder said the meet-!inu in teaching retarded chil- a !! IT "Is it -- from a theological- I ' n 11 be z 1 e m w se' -r n n r n 1 m lo Around lvterlenr astoral viewpoint good 3udg i OKLAHOMA CITY--A priest 'They take to it atura y,- ing w'll be div'd d ' to t o c- d e a d a e prese t y e p y- y P " ' -- " - | from Southern Rhodesia said cause from their heritage they tions one for teenagers and one[ed in the Aurora public school ~ ~-~,~,~ ~ ~ ment to have for three, four ' ' ',~v~cnr~r~ -- t~ uew um~ ~ . ' a and then ' nere tnat Azrlcans take naturat- enjoy worsnlplng as a body and flays a very low ivt ss t h e Young Christian Workers has been organized in this area recently and joins the already ly to liturgical worship Father George Fortune, S.J made the comment as he at- tended sessions of the 22nd North American Liturgical Week here. After speaking in an inter- view of his interest in t h e American liturgical movement, he .compared it with that of his own country singing as a group." Father Fortune said political unrest in Africa has disturbed the religious life of the average African, too. "African nationati6ts have a very easy time establishing in- dependent churches, with a mo- tive for going back to the 'Afri- can form of worship.' These, as well as the many different "There is no difficulty at all Protestant missions, present a in encouraging liturgical growth deep challenge to the African in the African people," he said. Catholic," he said. i Cardinal Tells of Need for Priests i BOSTON -- There is an im- from within, communism will :mediate need for 125,000 more succeed ~ priests as missionaries in Latin At the present, he said, there America, H i c h a r d Cardinal is one priest for every 7 to 10 Cushing asserted here. thousand people In Latin Amer- Recently returned from a trip ica. He declared: "The. task of to Latin America the Archbishop America and the A m e r i c a n i of Boston spoke to some 6,000 Catholic i~ to take interest in the nuns and lay teachers at an youth of these underdeveloped archdiocesan teacher's institute nations If we can give them an at Boston College. He said that adequate education and revivify unless the social order of Latin the Christian family there is American countries is changed great room for hope." New ii ROCKFORD--Forty-nine new lMarie Grey, Park Ridge; Caro students began a three-yearIAnne Naylon, P o 1 o; Mary program in Nursing Education!P a m e 1 a Charnock, Rochelle, at St. Anthony School of Nurs-[Kathleen Joan McKee, R o c k ing here earlier this week. This!Falls:, Ruth Ann Brockman, class of 1964 is the 41st class:Round Grove Mary ,Kathryn to enter the school. Sister M.~Griffith, Shannon; Roberta Lee Linus is the director of Nursing Lorenz, Sterling; Karen Louise Education and Sister M. Bene- Johnson, Union; a n d Darlene dict, assistant director Joan Heider, Woodstock Seventeen of the new nurses Students from Wisconsin are: are from Rockford. They are: Monica Anne Hein, Columbus; Loretta Balcitis, Arlene Frances Dian Florence Merendino, Fon- Barbata, Priscilla Sue Bower, tana: Jea"ette Kathryn Weisen- Ro ~ ~r~ 1. a e ~ -~ Sharyn Kay Bro~vn, Barbara sel and Marlen~. Doris Weisen- 10 S barolnal 2kppeals Ior uraer Louise Brown, Mary Alice De-[sel, Ft. Atkinson; Leah Ann RIO DE JANEIR" Rio's'~Ji Schepper, M a r y Irene From-!Bandi, Hanover; and Joyce ~. u .-- [ a me t~armnat ae ~arros mer, Judith Jane Gregg, Betty[Katherine Bung, Lake Geneva. ~arfllnal - Archbishop went on] Camara told the people of Rio Jane Hooper, Elizabeth Bette[~ ~elevmion and mane an appear[and the countr', as a whole" Lemieux Patricia Ann Mutch-[l~| ~=t-r. gr.-- for public order and respect for l . " " ~ ~,~o, r n,~u~ I I.~l~S~80It~ IOl- the Constitution the same day l "The present situation brought ~*'~'llis'~ae"S~u=a ~Pau']ine~a~]li President Janio Quadros an-about by the resignation of Shumate Mar-" 'Beth Stiles ]].'~ew Library ' " MaryBeth Thompso,a d y| ~. .~ . nounced his resignation President Jamo Quadros ought ' ~ n n Mar' J A. crowd of demonstrators,|not to serve as a pretext for any Susan Thorpe.[ At l otre uame composed mostly of students, disruption of public order We The offer students from illi-t had surged through Rio's streetslare governed by a federal con- '-"i- -re" r~-s ~ndr~ Jo Daneau I NOTRE DAME, Ind. --(NC)-- IIU ~ ct . ~ 1. S ~ 1, shortly after the announcement, I stitution and we must respect it. A . -~,~=nn- A n - .~,~if- i The site of the eight-million-dol- emanding that Quadros return, lit falls on each citizen to work ~*'-ro-Ka'" Dol-n t lar Notre Dame Memorial hbr- D/15tUI " O11~ 11~' ~,] The old U. S. embassy building with religious zeal to help main- ~h ' V~il,~-" Karen An- "~-h dry was blessed here by the he e and a branch office of the tain order, keep families calm, ,~ v,~hl,~,~ L,-~ R-h chi,-- Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.- t -Quadros newspaper were[and promote the general welfare ~o" Juanita Sharon Gov Dix IS'C" president of Notre Dame stoned. Iof the people, on; Candace June Durrenber- umvers~ty. K"-- n ~ ~ ~r . . ~ ger, Kathryn Joanne Paar and] Some 150 leading alumni from x. erman fie{Is ball louin8 io Arms Kathryn Cecelia Wrasse, El.tthroughout the country witness- BERLIN The "overnment ice T" o gin; Janet Marie Balles a n d~ ed the ceremony. They ,~ill raise -- ~ I " ne y urns are mid to Nancy Jane Nampel, Freeport;i funds in their local communities of the Soviet zone of Germany swear anoath before the Lavon Margaret Williams Hol-[for the planned 30-story build- - "party of the working class . ' in the lar est construction ro- ds calling adomscents to arms comb, Sharon Lynn Schultz,t g, g . P "to ~rotect the socialist renub-Iann a,~ w orzers .~.n ~.ast ~.~er: Lyndon; Kathryn Marie N0rsen, lject in Notre Dame h~story. ~-- man ' lne v y olkszeztung oz lie " "- ~ -, Marseilles; Beverly Joan Ses-f The library will hold two mil- "~ ,~ ~. [ ~pzlg announced that . au ko, McHenry; Marilyn Dorothy I lion volumes and seat at one ~x~u,es ot me J~ree t~ermanl~ua memvers o.z secon.~ary Beer, Milledgeville; Beth El-ltime nearly half of the 6,000 xoum' organization (FJT) are|schools, and of the e i g h t h nine Deets, M0rrison:, J a n e[students at Notre Dame . veing held throughout East|grade' were to attend enlist- ~~ Germany so that teenagerf can]ment rallies in theirown " :' i ' report "voluntarily" for serv-lschools in Leipzig. SANZ CATERING SERVICE Commemorate Fr. Serra's Death mead . s Club Socials Banquets LOS ANGELES " Mer~orial At San Gabriel a wreath was Coffee Catering Church Dinners o Picnics services marking the 177th an-Ilaid at the Serra statue in the NORTHGATESHOpPING CENTER Phone TW 2.5900 Aurora niversary of the death of Fa-lmission garden after a memor- ther Junipero Serra were heldlial Mass offered by Father ' at two of the original Francis-[Bernard O'Connor, C.M.F. For :can missions in this archdio-[the past 50 years the Claretian ill tlgMt tPPtI~Nt[S ease. [Fathers have been in charge of : At Mission Santa Barbara|San Gabriel Soles and Service--TY--Records Stereo---Wirin9 ceremonies included prayers[ Father Serra died August 28, :and planting of new trees in[1784 at Carmel, Calif site of front of the church. ' [Mission San Carlos Venezuelan Head Attends Meeting , CARACAS, Venezuela-- Land reform, badly needed in all of Latin America, is cn its way in ,Venezuela, according to visible signs The subject is among those to be discussed at the Fifth ~International Catholic Congress :on Rural Life Problems, to be 'held at Los Teques, near Card- cas, Sept. 14 to 19: The 200 delegates will hear President Romulo Betancourt give the closing address. The Minister of Agriculture a n d heads of other governmental agencies will participate. Pope John XXIII,s encyclical Mater et Magistra will serve as a guide for the discussions. Soviet Blockade Includes Graves i BERLIN -- Death takes no~ holiday under the blockade rules imposed by the communists over this crisis-ridden area Volkspolizei (people's police) and factory action groups stand guard at~the gates of famous St. /=Iedwi&'s cemeterT~ the western gate of which has been closed and bolted. Funeral processions must be routed in accordance with the r i g i d regulations governing movements between West and East Berlin. Graves have been leveled off to create a no-man's land. Cosh Terms Loy-Away--AII Repolring--Ports 61 Fox St, ~ Auroro TW 7-9171 Complete Gift Section Religious Articles Jewelry Toys In~ant Wear Cards Snack Bar located on the ground level o] St. Joseph Mercy Hospital 421 NO. LAKE STREET AURORA close the retreat with an ela- borate 'holy hour'?" he asked. organized movements which On Trial meet at St. Mary church here Mary Perkins Ryan of Goffs-[ rw.~o~Rs ~-~05 and at the K. of C. hall in Wood- town, N. H a member of the [,~ ;'-" stock The new unit meets at Liturgical Conference board of] Christ the King church in Won- directors, told a general session[ ~/ der Lake at 8:30 p.m. on Wed. that Christians "all are ines-] nesdays, capably on trial oefore our| ~ Recently members of the new neighbors, before the world " I 41 $OU.TH iSLAND AVL, AURORA, |kLINOI$ "SPECIALIZING IN COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY" unit attended a meeting of the ~[ ' , YCW in Waukegan a n d also I I[I Ra" m0nd H. Fidler A-enc" I I I participated in a night of recol-ll &AII/E III Y g I I[I For An Occasion I lection sponsored by the Wood-]l /VIIIkr J. Ill III Y n stock movement at Algonquin il ltl nrsn ccT= t III BUS SERVICE I Where the positi0n of the YCWI| FYFOK ill Krat .ua,r r .lK l Ill I members in today's world was[[ --'"-' "-"" Ill INSUIUNCE I Ill I discussed I PLUMBING Ill ! I II """ "'" ""'" I The YCW is open to all single I Ill '* =" I IlI m n. I workers who are out of highll And Ill Ill Jouner uroru I school. 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