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,FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1961 PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER 4 Requiescant Ousted Priests Take Ne,Posts MONTREAL--The seven priestsI The Argentine mission field has of the Quebec Foreign Missiont a population of some 65,000. The Imciety expelled from Cuba will city of Resistencia is situated on ~oon take up new mission work the River Parana 480 miles north- in South America. The Rev. Gilles Ouellet, P.M.E, superior general, announced here that the Quebec Foreign Mission Society has accepted two mission fields, one in the Diocese of Temuco in Chile and the other in the Diocese of Resistencia in Argentina. The Quebec society also will send missionaries to Alto Patina in Paraguay when they become available. west of Buenos Aires. Temuco is an important center in Chile. It lies about 300 miles south of Santiago. There are 87,000 people in the six parish sector where the Canadian priests will be stationed. Bishop Bernardino Pinera of Temuco studied medicine and specialized in heart diseases in the United States before becoming a priest 14 years ago at the age of 31. Hails Fight Against Anti-Semitism WASHINGTON -- T~he president of the American Jewish Congress has hailed Catholic and Protestant efforts to eliminate religious fac- tors contributing to anti-Semi- tism. Rabbi Joachim Prinz of New- ark, N.J said Jews are "deeply gratified" by the "searching re- examination of Christian teach- ings about Jews" which he said is underway here and overseas. He told Washington leaders of the AJC that Christian leaders recognize that some Christian traditions have contributed to anti-Semitism and that "the hor- rors of nazism as recited during the trial of Adolf Eichmann are the culmination of anti-Jewish prejudice." Among other recent develop- ments Rabbi Prinz praised Pope John's action in removing the phrase "perfidious Jews" from the Good Friday liturgy. He also lauded participation by Catholic and Protestant leaders in the pub- licatian, by the National Confer- ence of Christians and Jews, of a study called "Has Anti- Semitism Roots in Christianity?" Mark Uganda Independence RUBAGA, Uganda--Archbishop Joseph Kiwanuka, W.F. of Ru- baga has called for prayers of thanksgiving for the success of the London Conference, which ruled that this African nation will become fully independent Oct. 9, 1962. Uganda is a country the size of Oregon with a population of 6,700,000, of whom close to two million are Catholics. The coun- try became selfgoverning last March following the first nation- wide elections, which gave a ma- jority in the legislature to the Catholic-oriented Democratic party. Chief Minister Benedicto DESIGN NEW DOORS FOR ANCIENT sT. PETER'S -- The history of the Church from the Council of Trent (in the 16th cen- tury) to the present day will be executed in bronze for one set of new doors to be installed ~ St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. The FIFTH ARTICLE IN SERIES (EDITOR'S NOTE)--The fol- lowing analysis of how the Polish communist regime is slowly forcing shackles onto the Church is the fifth in a series of six articles on the persecution of the Church in Poland. SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE, N.C.W.C. NEWS SERVICE Poland's communist rulers in their war of attrition on the Catholic Church have been seek- ing gradually to throttle two tra- ditionally vital factors in her life: seminaries and religious orders. Contrary to the prrinciple of equality guaranteed under the Lions the civil rights which Polish lay people take for granted. The Red attitude toward both men and women Religious was Kiwanuka, no relation of the Archbishop, is a Catholic. He left the London Conference, which closed Oct. 9, for a tour of the U.S. Archbishop Kiwanuka said in his statement on the conference: "I invite you to join with me in thanksgiving to Our Lord and I Polish Constitution, the civil au- Our Lady for the joyful news you thorities often deny to members have all heard of the successful of religious orders and congrega- conclusion of the London Confer- ence which I recommend to your prayers." summed up by Communist party first secretary Wladyslaw Go- mulka last October 11 in the ex- Named Provincial Superior traordinary three-hour interview he granted the chief editor of the Hold Funerals For Religious PONCHATOULA, La.--The Rev. the Rev. John B. Janssens, S.J E. Cecil Ling, S.J rector of the superior general of the Society of Jesuit house of studies at Spring Jesus. Hill college, Mobile, Ala has Father Lang, a native of New been appointed superior of the Orleans, was ordained in 1939. He Jesuits' New Orleans province, succeeds the Rev. Laurence M. The appointment of the new O'Neill, S.J who is presently provincial was made in Rome by serving in Mexico. At Sinsinawa Workers In The Vineyard Vote Yearly Aid to Missions S,NSINAWA, Wis.--Sister Mary QUEBEC -- The Knights of Floreda Simon, O.P of St. Jar- Columbus in Canada have under- lath convent, Chicago, died sud- taken to raise $50,000 a year to denly Oct. 23 in the 33rd year of aid Catholic missions in Latin her religious profession. Requiem America. Judge Eugene Marquis, K. of High Mass was offered in St. C. State Deputy for Quebec, said Clara chapel here by the Very each knight has been asked to Rev. J. B. Walker, O.P. After the chanting of the Office of Burial doors, whose models are shown above, will be almost 25 feet high and 11 feet wide. Many artists of Europe competed to de- sign the doors which are the gift of the late Prince George of Bavaria who became a Canon of St. Peter's before he died. New Canadian Bishop Named according to the Dominican Rite, interment followed in the came- VATICAN CITY--Father Paul the outskirts of Montreal. He tery at the Motherhouse. Sister Gregoire, chaplain of students at earned a degree in theology at Floreda taught for four years at Montreal university, has been Montreal's major seminary and St. Mary school, Freeport. named Auxiliary Bishop of Mont- did graduate work in literature, Sister Mary Dominicus Englert, real. Pope John also appointed philosophy and education at Mont-O.P died at St. Dominic Villa Father Gregoire titular Bishop of real university. He was ordained Dubuque, In Oct. 26, in the 53rd Curubi. in 1937, served for several years year of her, religious profession. Bishop-designate Gregoire was as a seminary professor and then The body was brought to the born Oct. 24, 1911, at Verdun on was named to his present post. Motherhouse Friday afternoon, Oct. 27. On the following morning the Very Rev. J. B. Walker, O.P Vatican Recognizes Syria Regime officiated at the Requiem High Mass which was sung chorally by VATICAN CITY--The Holy See that the Holy See was pleased to the whole community. The Office has officially recognized the new have cordial relations with Syria. of Burial was chanted in the government of Syria, which broke The entire exchange was by chapel, then the procession formed away from the United Arab Re- telegram since there is no repre- to the cemetery where the burial public Sept. 28. sentative of the Holy See in the took place. Sister Dominicus was Recognition went to the new Syrian capital of Damascus. The the first superior in St. Mary government in answer to a tele- Holy See's representation there school, East Dubuque. She also gram from Syrian Prime Minister was discontinued with the forma- taught for 11 years in St. James Mamoun Kuzbari, who expressed tion of the United Arab Republic school, Rockford. the desire to renew good relations through the union of Egypt and with the Holy See. Syria. The Apostilic Nuncio to the Alaska, our largest state, had Vatican Secretary of State U.A.R. was stationed in Cairo only 367 farms in 1960; about half Amleto Cardinal Cicognani replied capital of Egypt. are parttime farms. Milk is the leading farm product in the 49th DiaI-A Movie Gives Rating state. NEW ORLEANS -- "Dial-A-Bureau of Information of the Movie" went on a 24-hour-a-day Archdiocese of New Orleans. basis here to give telephone call- Since a similar service called ~t[ "Dial-A-Saint" was put into"The Corner Bank oper- I I I ers information on the National ation two months ago, 3,000 per- W;th the Clock" Legion of Decency rating on films sons daily have received an inspi. showing in the New Orleans area. rational message based on the This plan was initiated by the saint of the day. THE HARVARD STATE BANK Convict Editor of Abusing Church 3% Interest Paid MYSORE, India--A Hindu judge High Court by the Mysore State On Savings Accounts and a Moslem judge on the High attorney general on grounds that Court here handed down an inter, the acquitting magistrate, Man- Member of F.D.I.C. galore Assistant Sessions Judge pretation of the Bible in convict- R. B. Naick, had made "per, ing a newspaper editor on charges verse" interpretations of the evi- of using "vile and insulting" Inn- dence. guage offensive to the beliefs of The High Court findings, by Catholics. Judge M. Sadasivayya, a Hindu, The High Court reversed an ac-and Judge Ahmed All Khan, aOIL CO. quittal by a lower court and con- Moslem, asserted that "it is con- victed Henry Rodriguez, editor el trary to all reason to imagine Skelly Products the Crusader, Mangalore month- that liberty to criticize includes ly, of carrying on "a continuous a license to resort to vile and abu- GASOLINE and calculated campaign" of viii. sive language." fication against the Roman CaSh- The judges noted the prosecu- olic Church and its members. It Lion charge that Rodriguez had FUEL OIL sentenced Rodriguez to pay a fine engaged in obscene diatribes of $40 or spend one month in jail. against the Blessed Virgin Mary HARVARD- WHitney 3-4131 The c~e was appealed to the an~against the Pope ~L s, Orders our children?" Outstanding Example In the background" of the Red leader's rhetorical query was the i fact that the government in the l summer of 1959 summarily de, creed~that religious--both men and women--were disqualified asi teachers Of religion in the schools. The decree was the first major step toward removing all religious instruction from the Polish school system. The process was complet- ed last summer. The ban on religious as teach- ers was an outstanding example of the regime's unabashed dis- crimination. But it was not the only one. Appointments of religi- ous priests as pastors or parish administrators are generally vetoed by local government bodies. Appeals against such de- tal posts without any reasons be- ing given. Health Minister Raj- round Baranski is on record as stating that Poland has a nation- al shortage'of 20,000 nurses. But despite high praise hospital ad- ministrators give nursing Sisters for their work, 30 Sisters have been dismissed from the staff of the Child Jesus Hospital in War-i saw and 20 Sisters were ousted from Pawlow Hospital in Poznan. In hospitals conducted by Cari- tas -- former Catholic institutions now under state administration-- Sisters are being replaced by lay people in administrative posts. In the case of the hospital at Wiele-on-Warta, the only reason given for the dismissal of the Sister-director was that she was a member of a religious order. The same situation exists in Bishops said. Seminaries Hampered Poland's seminaries, while not subjected to such openly discri- minatory actions as are members of religious communities, also have rough going in People's Po- land. Only last July it was re. ported that the national Office of Religious Affairs had banned four professors, including a bish- op, from teaching at the Catholic University of Lublin. The institu- Lion -- the last Catholic univer- sity surviving under communist rule -- reportedly had run into the sanctions because it refused Bishop Piotr Kalwa of Lublin, who is also university chancellor and a professor in its canon law school, and Msgr. Jan Nowicki, dean of the canon law faculty. As higher schools of theology, By Lisa Ferris Catholic Charities Staff The Rockford board of the Charities met Oct. 25 in the Charities staff room. Attend- ing the first meeting of the sea- son were the Rev. Michael J. Shanahan, director, Andrew J. Doyle, Donald M, Keenan, Dr. Charles L. Leonard, Mrs. iJack McGrail, Miss Mary Misuraca Maurice Owens, chairman," Stan- ley W. Roche, Golden Ruel, Mrs. C. N. Tulley, Raphael E. Yalden and Edward J. Zlener. Urging the board members to attend the conference on the "Il- linois Committee on Comprehen.; sive Family and Child Welfare",i which was held Oct. 26, at the Y.M.CIA Rockford, Father Shan- ahan pointed out the reasons for the meeting. Working with the Child Welfare bureau in Spring- field, an investigating committee was appointed to make a study on services which are being given to children living outside their own homes. Dealing with emotionally disturbed children living in their own homes, or services to the physically handicapped child were discussed and opinions given on how to better their present conditions. Another area which was dis- cussed by a separate committee was the services to children in foster homes. Are the foster homes suitable, could they be ira- proved upon? If so, how? The unmarried mother's com- mittee made an intensive study on services given to an unwed mother in this locale. The cul- mination of this review called YCW Officers WOODSTOCK -- The Young Christian Workers here held a day of recollection in honor of St. Therese and also installed of- ficers for the coming year Sun- day, Oct. 22. Officers elected were: Joe Kay- ser of Hartland, president; ~Bon- hie Knockles of Algonquin, vice BATAViA--Thomas P. Morrisey, 65, Holy Cross parish, Oct. 29. DEKALI~--Mrs. Katherine Done. Community van, 99, St. Mary parish, Oct. 29. DiXON--Michael H. McDonald, Chest Agency 84, st. Patrick parish, Oct. 22. FREEPORT --- Mrs. Charles W. unanimously for a maternit2 Mv~one, 81, St. Mary parish, Oct. 27. Mrs. Jay Greenfield, SS, St. Joseph home in Rockford, whereby we oct. 27. can further help and work with LENA m Mrs. William Faistl 89, Joseph parish, Oct. 26. these girls, giving them spiritual LOVES PARK .--.Charles Teeple, B1, St. Bridget parish, Oct. 28.- and physical help. Speaking on MCHENRY--Mrs. John Piotrow- "Services to the Delinquent ski, 48, St. Patrick parish, Oct. 29. ROCKFORD --. James J. Burns, Child" was Dr. Harry Constan. 70, st. Patrick parish, Oct. 25. Sylvester B. Kuss, 80, St. Peter fine, who presented the opinions parish, oct. 25. of his group committee. An Au- rora Catholic Charities board member, Mrs. John T. Evans, presided. The long-range goals of the re- port, which will be known as "Comprehensive Family and Children's Service Study" will be added to studies made in ,five oth- er Illinois cities. Combining all of these proposals will be a re- port to the 1963 legislature. 1. Revision of the Family Court Act of the Illinois Statutes. 2. A basic child welfare pro- gram at the state level open to all children in need. 3. Expansion vf trained staff in agencies, and 4. Extension of all health and welfare services to outlying counties. Frank Van Damme, 87, St. James parish, Oct. 25, Mrs. Emanuela Calvagna, 62~ St. Anthony parish, Oct. 30. ST. CHARLES -- Mrs. Ann G. Macko, 55, St. Patrick parish, Oct. 24, SANDWICH--Mrs. Luella Streigel, 72, St. Paul parish, Oct. 29. SOMONAUK -- Ronald H. Muffler~ 56, St. John parish, Oct. 23. STERLING- Arnold Rhodes, S$, Sacred Heart parish, Oct. 21, TAMPICO -- Mrs. Mary F. PoSts, :St. Mary parish, Oct. 22. Mont St. Michel, the famous French abbey fortress, was. ori- ginally founded as an oratory in the 8th century, in obedience to an apparition of St. Michael. A man of contradictions, Henry VIII, founder of the English "Ref- ormation", actually" left money' for Masses to be said for the re- pose of his soul. + t MAY THEY REST IN PEACE t -- . ~~ :~@~ The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your, prayers are requested for the repose of their souls. Nov. 4, 1921--The Rev. Hubert Fegers, pastor of Sacred Heart, Ster- l!ng, is buried in West Point, In. Nov. 7, 1941--The Rev. Joseph P. Joyce, pastor of St. James, Bel- vidcCre, is buried in MS. Olivet cemetery, Aurora. Nov. 8, 1950--The Rev. J. K. Nilles, pastor of St. Mary, Galena, is buried in St. Joseph cemetery, Freeport. Nov. 10, 1910--The Rev. John F. Kinney, pastor of St. Joseph, Apple River, is buried in Grand Rapids, Mich. Grant, we beseech Thee, 0 Lord, that the souls of Thy servants, Thy priests whom in this life, Thou didst honor with the sacred office, may rejoice in the glory of heaven forevermore. Amen. FIRESTONE TIRES Everything For Car and Home ROBINSON'S AUTO SUPPLY CO. AURORA -- Broadway ELGIN -- State & & Clark Sts. Chicago Sts. cisions are dismissed on the sim- ple grounds that the government COUNCIL MEMBER -- Sister Mary Linus. O.S.F director of St. Anthony Hospital School of Nursing, Rockford, was elected to serve a three-year term on the council of the Illinois Con- ference of Catholic Schools of Nursing at a meeting Oct. 26- 27 in Chicago. The Illinois Con- ference is a branch of the Na- tional Conference of Catholic Schools of Nursing and aims to improve nursing education in Catholic schools and colleges. schools operated by teaching sis- terhoods. Ursulines, Sisters of Nazareth and Sisters of the Im- maculate Conception are being removed as headmistresses, es- pecially in Warsaw and Poznan. Ignore Violation The Reds' drive against relig- ious has even extended to their own education. At the beginning of Setpember, 1960, Sisters were barred from schools for adult education in Cracow, Warsaw and Poznan. In refusing their applica- tions, the authorities acknowledg- ed that the action stemmed solely from their membership in relig- ious congregations. It apparently made no difference that this was a direct violation of provisions of the United Nations' Universal Declaration on Human Rights. Moreover, Sisters have been re- fused admittance to Poland's only religious nursing school, vio- lating both a memorandum the government's Office of Religious Affairs issued in March, 1959, and the Church-State agreement of December, 1956. The Polish Bishops as a whole protested the government's policy regarding Religious as long ago as April 15, 1959, when they sent a long letter to the government RESIDENTIAL -- COMMERCIAL -- INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 1133 So. Fifth Street St. Charles JUne 4-0296 PARKER'S BUILDERS SUPPLIES, INC. SELF SERVICE THE BUILDERS SHOPPING CENTER Where Your Cash $'s Buy More "It's Easy Parklng at Parker's'* LUMBER ROOFING iNSULATION HARDWARE A FULL LINE OF O'BRIEN PAINTS GOODYEAR: VINYL TILE COUNTER TOPS SANDRAN RUGS E. MAIN at 11TH AVE. PHONE JUNO 4-0057 ST. 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