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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1961 Hold uetl In Honor Of Center ROCKFORD -- More than 400 persons are expected to meet in Boylan Central Catholic high sch~l cafeteria Sunday, Oct. 15, THE OBSERVER [FAMILY CLINIC By FATHER JOHN:L. THOMAS, S.J. Assistant Professor of Sociology at St. Louis University Since I have been a convert for over ten years, I've grown almost Loras Sponsors Day for Parents DUBUQUE, Ia.---Sunday, Oct. 8th, will be Parent day on the Loras college campus, with a full day's activities planned for stu- dents and their parents. Approxi- mately 900 persons have indicated they will attend, according to the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis P. Friedl, PAGE 7 for a banquet honoring St Eliza- as accustomed as born Catholics to "bad'" marriages. Yet, I'm still college vice-president. beth social center and its 50 puzzled about some things. My brother-in-law is living in his second The day will begin with Mass! years ef community service, invalid marriage--which one of his wives is my Children's aunt? The banquet, at 6 p.m is the l Neither? A family friend just entered a ivil marriage with a in the chapel of Christ the King at 9 a.m. Following Mass, coffee climax of St Elizabeth's day lona Catholic previously divorced from an invalid marriage. They have : i" '~ Wlll De.screen prmr to a OUslnessl . golt~nl:~b~lt~i.n;elt~bera~O;.arAl~ ~e::into~it: y ttaY:;a::'r:.~l:ey2;:lCgheu;:;s:::s~Ye;n:h::U=:'rrY:d meeting offietel~hLoOr:s P~ren~:~b GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY---Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Reding of now~ ! ,-a f [ Aurora recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at Solemn Ponhflcal High Mass to " lUncHeon is scnedu,~-u ~ f . N NT D C D v 1 a lviass m ~ ~mnolas cnurcn Later a recepuon mr amny anu be celebrated by Most Rev. Loras YOU SEEM TO HAVE BEE I RO U E into a cry 'nterest- and the crownin~ activity will be l " " T. Lane, Bishop of Rockford, at ing brand of Catholicism, Hugh! Not all "born" Catholics regard a a boat excursionon the Mississip- friends was held at the American Legion home 11:45 a m. in St Mary church, bad or invalid marriage lightly. If one or both parties to the civil pi at 3 p m i and a six-division parade ached- contract are still bound by a valid marriage bond, the couple are Tn~tlaitl,m" tho nnrpn[~ will ta e ~ ~m*'~ ~n~ ~t'~r ~'~n ~"~hff'~ll,c ~.4t'~llr ulea to begin at z:3o p.m. at ~. hYing in pusllC aaunery bt Jonn me t~aptls[ was neneaueu oecause . State and ~th streets. A' ,s mn Famil he reminded Herod of this fact. If the parties are not bound by a [P~mjuns ~erniSvt:ld, entaSP~twnSo?~:dy NEW YORK (NC) -- Bishop[sen Germany Ban.quet chmrman~s MrSlnBwla.~i ROveC~mettDofCF.MpBaEGck: YsE~ R~SPoRO?~t?7f:::::~ ::::;:tt mffi:2;:g :stth:eyC~beg~n their pr~ prevlous v.ahd bond, their cohabitation mvolves,formcatlon, and one I event which raises money to de- Theodor Suhr, O.S.B. of Copen-i Oct; 29: "The Profession ofa ~ara ttoman anu oo n t~aso -P~ " does not have to be a protouna moral theologian to concluoe ~at ,~. ~ ~^ ~ 1 A m ~l ' Nun recordina of a nrofession supervise the menu in preparation gram for the coming year entitled, "The Family Center of Social Rebirth." (L. to r.) The Rev. this also is a ~,rave sin and a cause of serious scandal. ' enueavors"aY ,~ ~presentea, ~"~'~" '*'~mrougnout'~'~" hagen, will be, among the s~eaK-, I ceremony'" st" orsunne'" o nuns" o~" t'a-" "" for the capacity crowd William F. McMahon, CFM chaplain at St. Patrick; Mr. and Mrs. Glen sectionKUehn' leaderR Ckf rd dioceSanand !- "rmN~-' Y. OU --''--'t'~LLy vi" " ".r-~th " me ,~.~ ~.n,mr era on the Catholic Hour' ra i . Manuel ~'ir:rello ticket chair-CFM federation president couple; Dr. and Mrs. Roger Rice, incoming couple; . ~:~:~.bu~te ::;mU:b~e= :~eSUCto -be I=e yearn~Y. is~)undst~or'a dis "-ro"ram in October ola, l~an. ' ~ t " nons, as any lmormeu perso, y p ~enate, a to ra e ~ i~--- man, stud banquet hckets have Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sachs, ou gomg leader couple. . ~h snnsr,~.tlv l~v sttlt,d~ .f many Catholics in re~ard to such IS]nits Metro thsn ~ *core of camn- Tnclivirhm] nrocrr~m~ h] fhpl s I II~ . seen" fllSbT'lDUte(i~ ' m l'n"vidul urn-- par ~ ~e ~ o r ~--~, --,--- u~.-- ---- ishes and may be purchased by '~ "~" = ~ .~ ',unions Your letter infers that e~ther such couples are stoning serious- us organizations will take part, series, entit,led 'World Report 0n]JUII !1 r't=~/~[~Ull I.~,l f'~l Jr"-'~ ~ l,--.-- ly--and sinning publicly thus adding the scandal of open contempt[along with Clarke college and lthe Church, follow: ]r I ~ = comacung parisH l:lCKet cHair- ' "k~t q~.~ ~ni~nT~uT~ olumDu~ uu~~n~ oct 8. "Renort on for the laws of God and His Church--or they are committing a mere IMercy School of Nursing. Scandi.av ] I'uneral JCT. q r- = " men, Cost Is $3 each tic =, .== ,= -- i,= =,~ -,u,- -- -~m~,v, . . ~ .w ~ v ~ -----, =, ,w J, : .z ,t ot k ~ l.Z ,~, i~sI I ecclesiastical or soc]at lnulscreuo aim u,e ~.u~u ~.uum ~ a.~e ~ ,~ ia ' ~isno Tnecoor bunr st ~o I Carmariato will be master of . . ~. ^,e min~.l contradicI [ '. P ": CHICAGO- John E Peterson, ceremonies at the banquet teacnmg on me matter accorumg,y. ~ne pre~ent ~ e ~; y " ~= . -- - -- ~'erma-en . A e m ~ z,II tor, anproach is bound to confuse sincere followers of Christ for[l lolea ~cnolar [.~ " !father of the Rev. William F. r uct 1~ t~eport on ,~arlca, me rmnorary cHairmen el the aay's a~ ~ -~ -=-.~.~ m. L ~.~ ~J~~ ~0'~ ~ n ff rise a~ainst God' can " ' : ' ' ' IPeterson died Oct 1 The funeral mey nave been taugn~ to oeneve mat a o e g I Rev Placide Pernot 0 S B of ' " . ( llVlll rot / Cli, htl /Jolns Facultv actlvRies, addition to Bishop Mass was at Little Flower church, ~ane, are Mayor Benjamin T I # inever ue taken u~ y. . [ / IChrlst the IMng Frlory, 'lottmll-IohD~a,~ IXh,An,~oA,:, Nrd" A ~nd .~,-hl,~oher ~=~r Ann ~,~b-sti~n ] I ALTHOUGH MANY CATHOLICS STILL REGARD mvahd mar-[At. ~. r~ " I line Morocco ~ ~ I burial was in St Mary cemetery, m ~,~ '~ e~ wt~.~.*~ ~ .~.=] The Kmghts of Columbus of the dpon Council No470 of the their wives Reservahons for this riages as seriously sinful the lax attitude your letter mentions Hugh i,~!" ~1". I-'rocol01US I ' ~ I " ' I " "" ' ": " "i th Church's[ -- I oct 22: "Report rrom uer-!Evergreen Park Father re~erso~ ^ .1 ur-m ~ v m m~ l t~OCKtora amcese nave announce(] ir nlgnl:s oI t.;olumvus in announc-levent must ne mane oy ~uesaay, lis sufticienuy winespreau to merit grave concern. ~ nce e,- I ] ,7, ~e~r~v~; aUU r* ~mall' z~" l~u' ' " LISLE Dr Joseph Cada re many, zvlsgr t~ernaru rntKau o~s assistant a~ ~t ra~rlcK parisH, o~n + ^, ~. ~ ~ ,~ m + o I that a Columbus Day address by lmg their program for the month I Oct. 17. /teaching on this matter is clear and consistent, how can some Catho- I --,"/ ' .- " ~J~l~%~l~:~~ ~l~UL:l~~.~ ~'~.~"~":~[Supreme Knight Luke E. Hart, ]of October listed the following] ' Dixon Council [lies take such an unchristian view? The principal reasons seem to be [eently retired professor of his-[me newly createa Ulocese st Es- Olxon. : tor at Chma o Teachers' college, ,':.;~.~,~%"%,~.'~%':,~" ;~ = ^.~'/head of the million-member fra-Ihighlights: ] DIXON -- The local council of the following [ y i g -----~,------~-i~-- h.W'~':'a~yx~,aan~.eU;l~oh~;.~m."~'~flternal benefit society of Catholic [ Tuesday, Oct. 10----2rid annual i the Knights of Columbus an-[ FIRST, THERE IS THE INFLUENCE-of the dominant culture. Ihas. [creed the faculty of St. Pro-] ~t. ~/7.]I./P.~ . . tl;e =olden" 'ul~i'iee"cel'ebraiion ~s men, will be broadcast over local Columbus Day dinner at 6:30 p.m. nounced its list of activities for With the exception of the Catholic minority, the majority of Ameri- coplus college here where he wlll l- ~.1 ~;vf,J ~. [radio stations Thursday Oct 12 tin the local clubrooms I the month of October recently leans re'ard marriaae as a civil contract, entirely under the juris-[be a visiting professor in the de-h i Mrs Anmony uommo ~ ' s s artment of h~stor and will as Theme of Hart's address will Sunday, Oct. 22--Conferring of Events include: diction of the civil courts These courts lightly dissolve nearly a P Y I I~DII:~I:I~! fflkl~TDIIfTifll~! fn I . . !be "The Spirit of Christopherlthe first, second and third degrees! Sunday, Oct. 8, Mass and Com-lhalf million marriage contracts each year and the majority of the!szs~, ]n me estatulsnment o~ t ne[I I rum mus ~ necessarily oe,- - ' - contemplatea ~mv cultura~ center t C ERCIAL INDUSTRIAL . ]Columbus --- 1961.' ]starting at 11 a.m. in the club-]munlon at St. Patr/ck church attr,m,hl, one million nersons thus divorced tend to remarry wlthml [I RESIDENTIA -- OMM -- I stranger man llC[lOn; ior llCtlOn ~,~ ~ r at me COllege Is the creation of the human mind[ Statewide Program /r ms . 18 a.m. w~th breakfast to follow[a few years Hence, Americans have come to take divorce and re-I ' II BUILDING I e, past alreetor st ua[nollc St Char el ~o~,~of~D~ m~ o,o,~, ~n,~ Thursday, Oct 26--two perlorm- at the clubrooms under the di- mo i~,o for ,ranted and thou-h Catholics inaintain that the civil l [I 1133 So Fifth Street,I ,~=~,-,*~ -- ~ .~ " t ~,'- ~,~ ' - ICharities of the Archdiocese ofll JUno 4-0296 | and therefore ean ~-I f, if [nrogram for the Knights of Col-/ances o~ r~oy acutt anu mslrecuon o~ ivielvln ivmrpny, t~atno- courts have power to deal with only some of the eivi~ cherts st me ~; ~,~ ~ ,~ ~ ]1 ! [Smoky Meuntam Boys m the Boy Ihc actlwhes chatrman ll affected b the revalhn I ---G. G. Chesterton [ umbus in the state of Illinois was, - ~ !marriage contract, they are necessar y Y P g = de-* ,f' t~,~ ~,rot;,-~] A1u f ~- ~ lan t:entral Cathonc nigH SCHOOl Thursda Oct 12 Past Grand 1 lutlon of the bond ~ --outlined at a meeting here in the ^^ [ . . Y i climate of opinion in regard to d sso " =Czech Catholics lHe is also all D^DItCD DIIIIItCD IlPPI]I:II IHI" i ~nt'bPnhf~ [Knights of Columbus hall Friday, ]gymnasmm at.o:~o aria ~.'zo p.m. Kmghts night nonorm.g. 21 men. [ SECOND, SOME CATHOLICS ARE POORLY INFORMED con-IKni~ht of St "Gre,~or-, havinall ,Mn,~*-,t ~ ~ -~*-n~ ~'~'="=*'~! "'~" | "I~'''~ " " Ig.nt ~o [ ~warque~m nssemnlyIThere will oe a social hour at 61 ; th,~ sacramental nature of the marriaae bond and conse-I.~ ?. ~ . ~, Y ~'ll am i o~a a n ~ I ~m~v I ---r A M n . . ,-~-,s ~,: . o . . that Honor nestoweu in t~a~ oy Main themes of the meeting ~UR2R2~T.The~. ~arquettveniG~[ p:m. followed by, a testimonial quently fail to understand the Church,s mslstencethat the ,C,vll]Pope Plus XII for his leadership I ~~I ~ ~J~'~KK 1[ ] '1 "C"nserv~q"n of Member /~"~" ~'"Y' ~-, ~,~s-~ ~ ~ ~/omner at ~ p.m. ~ne program ~Slcourts have no jurisdiction over mis cons. it t~amoncs w~sn to!i ~ ~.~ ;~.~; ~. I| SELF SERVICE I of Columbus met here recently to I D ilI1 I 1 i) /ship" and "Increase in Member-t ~under the chairmanship of J. J,marry they must marry according to the form prescribed by the[blv for his efforts on behalf ofll THE BUILDERS SHOPPING CENTER I II, It, [, IJ~llLII.]l~lllUn IOUUlne a program st acuvlues tor~ . I ~ ~. ,k^~ "~-~ --d two witnesses) and moreover a valid,[ J 1 [I =. . -- -,-. .= I snip. UlStrlct ~ aeputy, l, rancls ~ho 196162 o'oason Burke. ~nurcu ~uetu~e a b,~,c~ au,'. . lulsplaceo persons. [IM/h-.-= -- V',~II=. r=,~[~ ~o~ Kill/ ~1/!*'~'~ [ Iv ~ ac~ed ao master ofI~ "~ - oy . I .~ .~ ~ r^~,~ consummated marriage can be dissolved only by the deam st one - I|~ss~ nvv~ ~,~,~ ,~ ,a ~,~,e~ ~eve, ! I Two of the hlghhghts of the, Y, , a hohcs mvolved In bad marrla es ale slmplyl Its Easy Parking at Parkers OPTOMETRIST ]Cermonies I Ibus Da" dance from 9 to om of the partners C t " g " " I III I ,' current season1 wnl De: ~ ~ t,- ~ " . Addressin the meeting from . .~ i,~ tho el.h t.-, tha rnu~io ,-,f[ not married and have no marital rights. When they seek to get th~s [I III tUMBER ROOF,~G INSUtAT,ON HARDWARE I [ g . 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