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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1961 THEOI SERVER PAGE 3 O POPE JOHN GREETS 'LITTLEST' PARISHIONER--On the .feast of the Holy Family, the Pontiff THE HOLY FATHER IN PRAYER--Deeply intent, the Holy Father kneels in his private chapel, PONTIFF CREATES A NEW SHEPHERD--In his role of consecrator, His Holiness embraces visited St. Martha hospice where the infants of about 500 poor families are daily provided milk, an exercise he performs many times during the course of each day. His concern for tbe world's Archbishop Corrado Baffle, now Apostolic Nuncio to Germany, following the latter's elevation to medicines and clinical services Above, the Holy Father caresses one of the infants presented by many problems has prompted Pope John to seek more time away from his pontifical duties which the hierarchy in Rome. The Pontiff's warm embrace reflects the genuine concern which is charac- its mother for the papal blessing The Holy Father himself distributed gift packages to the parents, can be used for prayer and meditation, teristic in all his relationships with men, whether archbishop or laborer. Pope Appoints New Secretary fn le S Cites Encyclical's Positive Ideas CITY (NC) Pope it was revived by Pope John mv~, ev i VATICAN -" " e t I CHICAGO (NC) -- The social]national defense or count counter- John has~ named Archbishop Fran [Pope John named the secletary I . . " " I ~ ,~ j. lteachmgs m Pope John XXIIIs!intelhgence or all the rest," he cesco Carpino as Secretary of the !of the conclave that elected him,I C ] Ja~,~ s -",! ~ i~~ Ilatest.encyclical make up an an-!said. "But it does say that these Sacred College of Cardinals. Thelin 1958 a cardinal He is Alberto F . I ! i~l|,V,I ]ticommunist '~ro"iam which ma" i o~e- ~e I e ~" ~iare essenuauy negative ann mey .post is tradlhona!ly assigned to ]Cardmal di Jorlo of the Vatican nuRa~)CZORD--o~het;~Xts;::ha~ jr I VATICAN CITY, .(NC! --. The jbe the most positive and compre-iwill not in themselves eradicate the Assessor of the Sacred Con administrative otaff s . I tioiy ~ee nas puofisned the texts~ i "1 ~ ' Dominican Education Conference WASHINGTON (NC) -- Thelorganize and develop CCD units ,there is only one priest for everyi ,henslve of the last 25 years, a the causes of communism Causes ' . o~ mree new votive lvlasses to ue , slstorlal Congregation a pus on Ar i 1 which A hhioh,n r,' ~, .1o ~ chbishop Carp no was bol~n m for the Rockford-Dubuque unit Close link between the Confratern-i an effort placed under a tall-time 15,000 Catholics. !used in connection with reli~iousiCath lic editor said here. l which spring from a lack of social e ,~,-e-, a,o,~vatazzoio ~creme ~miy on ~way dizector in 19~7 an American As a re ul of ~ ~' , holds -~ ' '~ was held at St. Patrick school last ity of Christian Doctrine in the I--" ~" . - ": ! ' I s t the'r mutual ef-I vocations, i Donald J Thorman managing 'justice and social charity.' The Secretary of the Sacred a~'dl~.~d~eaW~SshO::alne19~ 1He week. The 85 delegates included United States and in Latin Ameri-me trey James, lvicl~ln, IVI.M. !forts, a group of 15 Latin Ameri-I The Masses are to be offered on l editor of Ave Maria' magazine } r,~u m h ~h ~ ] v, o :~ both religious and lay teachers m ~,~ .~ a +~ [ At the incitation of the Latin can priests will go through a~'the occasion of the Iofession ofI ' ~"~'- ~:'~'f ~,=:~"~==]~;;:-~Iservefl.as ,~rc.nmsnop oz. lwon- from the schools staffed by the ~.~Y. ~"'~'~ ue "i American Bishops' council Fath- two-week "cram course" in CCDIof men Religious th:rrofession of ~ke t, ~ ~c~ f Loyola urn-t m~, m ,o. ~ ~. .~ .~ ~.o r I ~ I i r " " ~ - ~ ' F ! 1 ) J~ll Ill I~iJILJU.~:IIL 1(:1 ULULllUr~ 1"~" ea e ta y um~ ea ly is year coming CuD c~n ress m Dallas, i f 1 h new n,no Accordin, F,~ ~ Fr-,~ I ~ ' - ' Sinsinawa Dominicans in Rock- g .~er McNlff, a veteran of mission-t organization and methodology at ISisters, and for the increase ofivers ty s a l t eulogy lecture - r~,-. ~, "~wnen ne was appolntefl m nls .-.- ,--- -~ - --- The con-tess Nov 28 to Dec 'ar'" worki"'~h:' -'~'~'"--'~ ~" ,- ,-~-~ ----- - -, . m, ~ . ~tecmry m r oumams aoney ~ng- ,y 11 L, llg CIIlU DU'IIVI/:I lllL:~llldbt3 ~OYU COliC e Dan An ten ious vocatl ns 1 series Ioru ~'reeport, ~lxon, v;ast uu g o ne were tion, the next Pope would namel " ' - " " - " " " "" ' ' " ' - " g " Y i - . ' . Vatican post. bu ue Galena and Menommee1 will feature s~multaneous En ]omed the headquarters staff of tomo m mIdNovembe~ [ ubhshed' b the Samed C n le ~ land is 300 feet long the laIgest him a cardinal. This tradition felt t q, g- " ". p y ' o g - Thor an, a former Loyola in-i ' ' ~me councu in ~o ota, colomoia !of its kind ever built Most of the into d~suse after Pope Leo XIII, ~ Chairman of the meeting was lish and Spamsh forums and g Cardmal McIntyre To Preside gatlon of Rites for Insertion in the structor In the papal social en- - who reigned from 1878 to 1903. But In a traditional Corpus Christi Sister Marie Patrick, O.P. win- workshoos for delegates from the Train Lay Volunteerst James Francis Cardinal Mc- Roman Missal. [ cyclicals, said the new encyclical, ]abbey is now in ruins. !~----] nrcm~ inn l I ~" ~ ~ci,ohh,~,~, a, h i~r It cinale of St. Patrick scho,q. ~ + two orancnes- oz me'~'~'~nurcn~ a~,en- ,I The Marvknoll nriests and the ~iIntyre, Archblsho" p of Los Angeles, ,I --The Rites congregation said that [ "Materl et Magistra," f.ights the I I M E o i ~" CCD in the United States have will resid a h ~tne new vmsses may ne ottelea challen e of commumsm b a I []the parish priest rides on horse-I amon f Menom'nee and Sis- e' r n-i~l-" f 1;.~; .~, t " ' ] " p " e t t e opening eve- - I g " Y [I . , I ,~ Lu~u,n~ ] back with the Blessed Sacrament ter Mary Clarice. East Dubuque, z. ~ev ~ o,~ ,~,; s "[worked closely to spread the con-]ning session of the assembly, i anywhere whenever the rubrics i two.pronged approach: "the re-l[ James t,o,eman I eauon of Ca ones outside Chmch fratermt r am B permit a Mass of the fomth class construchon of a vwoIous moral [ *WI ES I,to a chapel near the town, where[were vice-chairman and secretary " " I "y's p ogr o.f usingI ishop Charles P. Greeo ofl " .[ ' o - I I "k8EER ] centuries before invading troops of the regional unit during the schools. Itrained lay volunteers to teach Alexandria La. chairman of the~, llife and the construction of a so- [ I ~ rl ~fl'Dl~' I I were halted by the priest of the past year. English-Spanish Sessions !Christian doctrine, an important 12-member U.S.'Bishops' Commit- Say You Saw It in iciety based on the Church's prin-i ~o ~,e I,Ihlh~h,/lll~h, da The theme carried out in effort m a hemisphe~e where tee for the CCD will actasI elples ! I RORFI/T~ II y. [ the The English sessions wttl stress] " " I,' I THE r~BSERVED / ' ." I , ~ --~--' eh " v " ; RLA WhirlpoOl unman of the session ~ This doesn t negate the idea ofl li~[leetures and discussion was: The continued development of the; ] l ] ' ,[ Washers--Dryers Gleetmgs will be extended dele ~ Refr, er I PACKAGE I[I []Role of Evaluation on the Ele- U.S. confraternity now markingIC~=t~r~.('*hl~v, rl,L, I " " " ' ,11 "g ators--Stoves ,~u uv ,~navu, '~ u~u~ ates b Aml I . .--eV--,L,- I I STRANDEU [[mentary School. The Rev. Anthony the- 25th anniversary of its cen- g y eto Cardinal Cicog- A I I1'~1% A rI hl"~ I I feI ~h [ I Dishwashers ' Inani Vatican Secretar of State [ llld LltdUUK3 Ill ."~R-~'~'~--F. [IJ. BeckeI,superintendent uf Boy- tral office, the national CCD een-/Ar'fl~,f,-~c I ,el-,~,~ I,' y,/~UK~K/A PL~K/AL ~l'lUr II w our IllU I UK ~'l,~ |.Vllll% 1 "--' ~,~ I wno is papal delegate to the con [[] ~ ' ,o S, Ao,o I!1 I]lin ntCen ra nCa%ehs ghstSeCho te l oWaS llng s ''e gress, and Bishop Thomas K [Is--SthAve. ,w2.96, I Ill Wl a . . parisn s no~ AUHUHA -- *l'tm uamo-unorilGorman of Dallas w,~ t uz,Fh ;+o ~ovew rlowers for ~n ~ccoslons Ill AURORA mat every phase of Christian edu-have CCD umts" But the same zs r' " :~ , I " n~ Itl We Leod--Ot ers Follow [1 club activities scheduled for the]host 781 Aurora Ave. at Forest Aurora Ill cauon can oe lm loveu n ro er I P" Y P P not true for the Church in Latin I -' rw ~.~o0 Ir [ evaluation A "-';~- monm ot ~ovemoer are as m~- -- ~ . I] I ** II Consequently, thesh'essmthe,11 '"~BoZ;C;;n~ ~ol;''" In the first morning session . lows: - nr I~'Keefe, test director Spanish sessions will be how to Sunday, No 5:,hayridewith the HARNER $ REPUBLIC J.P. FRANZEN 11 I' 0 ~cience ~esearcn ------ ca; pooi reaving me r of C. home BAKERY ~ E MEMORIALS Ill I Ill '"'n new ,*r* ,treet Cur,r* [lhssociates. discussed new tech at 7:1 pm. R STAURANT ' elum.ing ea,ng nI ues of evaluatm u 11 r Mater et Maglsrra,z S,nc, 1906 I . . Ill pho TW 2-2 II 'q "g p p" p og-. - Sunday, No 19, monthly meet- t~, Lb Hamburgers " lil Remodeling --and-- ress through the test ro ram m at th K ] I Pl.mh;n,I/! I " g p g Is Best Seller ' g e C home at 7:15 p.m." i I ~ demonstrated how modern II -Grill New Construction He ea :mnawlcnes ,followed by a Thanksgiving day SPECIALISTS .~r~l scoring" devices enable the teacher LOS ANGELES, (NC)--'Mater dance at .hi ~ homo f, nrnr ~:~ ~n ~, OCarry-Out Orders ~Free I:srimates--nan~ rinancing. and lle to compare the student's progress et Magistra" is a best seller here. 11:30 p.m. to the music of the Open Daily 1maim rV iLiIlea.rnlu~/~ Prompt, Courteous Service with his past records and to see Downtown Catholic bookstores Jerry May band 630A M to 10"30 P M V/4LL / flUbS.i/iRiS1 . :,~, a ' mane /W O-.~ ~,u his ability rating in comparison are sold out. Borromeo Guild book Sunda- Nov 26 ,4 h,~,~ ,~ ''--'" t, Ul~tllbU.l l| to the e ir : p a~ 935 Galena Blvd Aurora nt e class, shop reported it sold 600 copies the KC home from 8 30 to 11 30 ' Ask for Bill Perez James P. Franzen- John B. 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