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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I0, 1961 BLESSED--Father Innocent of Berzo, a Capuchin priest whose mother was afraid to leave the house because he would give their dinner away, will be beati- fied in St. Peter Basilica in Rome on November 12. Or- dained as a diocesan priest at Brescia, Italy, in 1867, Father ~}- Innocent joined the Capuchin Order in 1874. He died at Ber- gamo, the birthplace of the present Holy Father, on March 3, 1890. His cause was intro- duced in Rome in 1919. Aurora Serra Club's I e e NEW DELHI (NC) -- All five America from 1948 to 1951, after official Catholic observers at theI which he began his doctoral coming World Council of Churches}studies at the University of Gen- assembly here on November 18 to leva. He is editor of the Jesuit December 6, are men marked with I review, Social Order, published a special interest: the aims, aspi-l in St. Louis. rations and teachings of otherEuropean Theology religions. Father Groot, 53, is president of One observer, Father Edward[a Dutch organization seeking to Duff, S J of the United States, ]promote Christian reunion, the has written a book on the World St. Willibrord Society. He has Council of Churches which an of- organized a number of discussions ficial of that organization' hailed as the best study of its kind by anyorie, Protestant or Catholic. Another, Father Jan C. Groot of the Netherlands, is an expert on the works of Protestant theolo- gian Karl Barth. A third, Father Marie Joseph Le Guillou, O.P is a French ex- pert on separated Christians who has been publicly praised for his scholarship and tact by Protestant and Orthodox leaders Of the two Indian priests among among Catholic priests and Prot- estant ministers The very year he was ordained, 1932, saw publication of the first Communism rtly ult Catholics NATCHITOCHES, La. (NC) -- volume of Karl Barth's major theological treatise, Kirchliche Dogmatic (Church Dogmatics) The young Dutch priest developed a major interest in the work of the Swiss Calvinist theologian. In 1946 he earned a doctorate at the Catholic University of Nijmegen with a dissertation on Barth's theology, and since then has pub- lished a popular treatment of Barth's work. Orthodox. Contacts Father Le Guillou, 41, early attained a reputation as an expert in Orthodox churches, especially in Greece and the Middle East. He has been associated virtually all his priestly life with Istina, the Dominican Fathers' institute for non-Catholic Christian studies at the Parisian suburb of Boulougne. (Istina is Russian for "truth," the motto of the Dominican Order ) His two-vohime work Mission et Unite (Mission and Unity), pub- THE OBSERVER PAGE 3 IN JUNE, JULY OF 1.962 AURORA -- A pilgrimage to ing North, pilgrims will travel the shrines of Europe, sponsored through the Black Forest to Hei- by Marmion abbey, will be made delberg, Trier, Luxembourg and next summer under the leader- ship and spiritual direction of the Rev. Robert Northhorst, O.S.B according to an announcement here recently by the Rt. Ray. Ger- ald Benkert, abbot. The pilgrimage will begin June 17, 1962, via Trams World airlines superjet from New York. French Excursion A six hour jet flight will bring the group to Paris, where they will spend four days in the French capital In addition to visiting the principal places of interest in Paris, they will go to both Ver- sailles and Chartres. In Paris Mass will be offered at the Shrine of the Miraculous Medal and a visit will be made to the Church containing the remains of St. Vin- cent de Paul. From Paris the group will trav- el to Portiers and Lourdes where Mass will be celebrated at the Bastogne before stopping in Na- mur to visit the famed Maredsous abbey, where Mess will be cele- brated at the tomb of Abbot Mar, minn. Finally, a visit to Brussels for two days will end the first part of the pilgrimage with the return trip being made to New York by jet July 13. For Information For those wishing to do so there will be a 10 day extension visit- ing London, Windsor, Stratford on Avon; Dublin, Athlone, Knock, Killarney and Cork. Persons wishing to join the Mar. mion Pilgrimage should contact Father Robert, O.S.B Marmion Abbey, Aurora, Illinois or Cath- olic Travel Office, Dupont Circle Building, in Washington D.C. Benefit Breakfast Annual Pastors Night the observers, one lectures at a state university on the writing of The Rev, Donald J. Thomas, Alex- lisbed in 1960, was publicly hailed Will Be Held Nov. 14 history. He is Father Ivan A. andria diocesan youth director, by Pastor Roger Mehl, professor Grotto of the Apparitions, then on Plans Completed dealt out to Catholics in a sermon on the faculty of Protestant The- to Toulouse, the medieval walled AURORA The annual Pastors Extross, an .expe.rt on re!a!ions here their share of the blame for ology at the University of Strass- city of Careassone, Marseilles, At Pronhetstown -- oetween t;nrlsuanity aria mnuu- . burg Cannes and Nice and finally to IV Night dinner of the local Serra ism. The othez;, Father Jose"he me spreau ot communism ~xpenencea'k wita Hinuus Monaco. After a day of rest in PROPHETSTOWN Plans have club will be held at the Hilton Inn, ~Edamaran S J is an authorit He charged that the failure of Monaco, an interesting drive will been completed bv St Catherine " ' '" J ern hri i i ~amer v:xtross was horn 51 be taken along the Italian Riviera ; ~ "- " vlen S ClUO Ior a oeneilt oreaK- to Genoa: the bir!hplace, of Colum- fast to be served parishioners and cOU:,sta n ot etoUpW:a me tauan friends in the parish hal! after all Masses Sunday, Nov. 12. Journey in Italy Committees in charge include: F/he' famed, Renaissance city of following the 7 a.m. Mass, dining lorence wm De me next stop, room John Adams B Hoozer- then on through the hill country - ---f" o . wet-,harley wlrm, ~omuncI to Perugia and Assisi and finally Maes and Raymond Maes Cooks' to Rome ' " " " Henry OberleDean Dorathy, .Five days in the "Eternal City" Louis Boone and Richard Lesni. wu~ m.cmae general sightseeing ewski. Kitchen dishes: Frank anu lvionte Cassmo, Subl- Heitzler, Charles Earl and Melvin aco, xwon and Hadrian's villa Moore o e " From Rome the group will go Following the 9 a.m. Mass-- to Foligno and Loreto for.MaSS;Diningroom: S. E. Repnicke, El- at the Holy House and Shrine of mar Buck Larry Dohogne, James Our Lady then to Ancona and R-il-- - '~ " ":- --~" ~ "" " ' e ~y, anu ,~rmur uer~eu. UOOKS: Ravenna with its famous mosaics; Robert Lenni~er Robert MeKen- T~nt~ihg: ~Rg 't mA! ~:;HD~eUf!};bYdrn:!~Bi~mn tciS[:i:b!Ugl:~ i!~:a:ie:{ :n~ ie:f ia:~5:~uf! ~;g:g~! :}~ !!a[n:k!i~:a[AId b:~ldead~n~ogStn.~:pp Padua, the Basilica of St. An- ha, Earnest Verhulst, Gary Bau. ' ~lh:~Sc v rl e thony and finally Vemce--Queen er, Hubert Bracke and Myron ot the Adriatic. Time will be Cox. Dishes: Charles Willet, Dale l f,~ 1 t.aKen, ior and relaxa- Wildemuth, Warren Paxton and C e ,eiv~ ] g :GU IVIaSS--Vln Tuesday Nov 14 at 7 30 m / West C st an ty to correct so try during the 1960 61 session I , : P. on movements for reunion among " years a"o at A'~ra cit- of the There will be a social hour pry- ~hriutinn~ in lndi~ ' cial injustice contributed heavily ~s . fi,y - Taj lvianai, lae mctures on myth- ceding the dinner to the rise and spread of commu- r~xpert on rro~estant ThOUght . ous at writing history at Allah- Guest speaker for the evening Father Duff is the first "riest msm . v . . . . aoau university, a state lnstitu- wm De me rtev. Jonn D. Uoreoran, to graduate from the University ',Just as we sent scrapiron to tion and is director of a move- O.P. staff member of the AI-of Geneva which was founded Japan before World War II to ', ', . . meAt for contacting non-uatnolie be.rtus Magnus lyceum for physi- by the Protestant John Calvin have it come mack atus in me Christians and Hindus s"onsored cal science conducted by the Do- His doctoral dissertation "SocialIf rm of bullets on Iwo Jimaand =.' v "" ' i awa' h r T . oy msnop Leonard aaymond of minican Fathers at River Forest Thou,~h~ f th-- '"-rl"~ r, il ]Ok n ' Fat e homassaid . . s ~ ,~,u ~u t ' ' attananau, tie is chancellor ot Subject of his talk will be 'Evolu- Churche~ " was ,Ni~h,~ o~ ~ l so in the last cenutry we sent --, v'*" o,~' "*o "*t.~ -z c . the Allananafl fllocese and did- don. me scrap iueas Ot materlall~ui . book in !957 and selected by a[i,tn th~ ~a~ a, a h d,t nf cesan director of the Society for BABY NEEDS A PAIR OF SHOES--is an expression best known as the amble, s' lament In this :.%, ~' ,~"~'~7. " "[our abandonment of Christian the Propagation of the Faith. photo of an African child it is a literal expression of a very definite need. It may be his first uglous .ooK luo W~"~d ~f) ~t'~lee ' lnrinoinl d tha Jesuit fr m In "a pair of shoes and the intricacy of the lacing process occupies his complete attention Africa is an ~ ~,~.=o ,~,~v=,~, ~, . I returning to us in revolutionary,~, w,~ ~o i area ot the worm nemg given major attention by the American Catholic Bishops' overseas relief executive secretar in America] : organization. The emer ence of the numerous countries tn Africa has broa ht about one of the ~,'~b~,l'~A--lVlr. anu Mrs. Albert of ~'^ U'^rl'~ r ?, ~, ,~L ~^~. Iasiauc sums. vmclat ot me newly erected Ke- . g g J Harle, who were marrie-~ ~,~- u,e ,to u ~uunc. ut ~,uugcn~, r ,- ~ : t great SOClat cnanges at me century. toe economic anu psyeltologtcal challenge of the continent has ~ ,on. called thiswork the most iuu must E0tIle OUt nl yOUr gala -gOVitlt:~ OI me desmts ne rom "e" "h "i ~ ' - . . " p pt a t e t~ snaps agency, tmmouc l~enet ~ervices--r~auonai uamo.e wellare t~onierence, to n m l~li in St. Mary church here thorough oin anal sis of theghettoes into those areas in our was ordained a diocesan priest in ex.ana ann lar,~ . . . . celebrated their "olden w"~'~m-'-' g g g Y / I v ~ e- s-,m~s there. Clothing, food and medmal aid are being sup. ~'~u'"s thinkin~ of the World Commll of mlus~ tna~ are ureeulng gruunus lwGz ann jolneu me deSUltS in lu;~a.[ ~li-n *- m-"- ,k. . ~ao ann no~ ~ .f ~n ,-a a n~ ;. ~a ~,~ v u :- a anniversary S.nd~v Nnw ~ o~ ~] ~ 1 u -'a t, e . .[ 1" ~ ~'~ u~ it,at, a v u ,~=,~,-ua .~a uu.t=~a. ~uu ~.~u nt:tp ,n ~n~z ~f ~? tph: l~a eara lib:s 7:kth: :e::::ricb:[holi:rcbYrdhnd::ngn;;::abl;a:k:~i:::~hC:e:: ::: uchlinsky, as celebrant. . !/Holy Cross College,in Worcester, ]gentility. . Hindulished andW rkSchristian,"are 'PilgrimageSland "The' ~~ uon in venice, then the group Adoloh Remme h~lhd; nHV~:s'aMilPsar~n::c:~ fiLv: B:::o'ng t:llem;e:te2deg~ ~41,^~, Dk~J~,~.~ ~ Psychology of Conversion." I ~" $~lll~ D~I~$-- " I ~1~1 i----LA-- will travel by train across North- Foilowin- the'10 Roy and Eail all of Galena Ber ,Stutter [,~,~//t~t ,a f "- tllicentiates in both philosophy andi Secend Assembly !.Jlal, lllall IC1 1 11 L-ClUIII iI D erA !!aly viaVerona andM dan, ingroom Larry Barton, GeneWest- o uuouque, la and William ofltheology at the Gregorian Uni-II:0,-,-,:~[ NOV. 6 : The world ?ssemb!y here will] ~,u mrougn m.e nips to zulucn-- lund, R. E. Miller, J. Morris and Hastings, Mich. There are ten varsity in Rome He was associ-I~o~E''" de me seconn since me foundingI il ~ t4ty of the legendary William Richard Sommers. Cooks: Robert g randchildren. [ate editor of the Jesuit magazine[ ELGIN Solemn Renuiem Massiassembly of the World Council of] ~|~ltlllt,m~ ~,~ U~8,~.-,t~,~ /IIA,~.~ ~-A, Tell. Jackson, Clellan Morris and i -- " "~ r Churches in Absterdam in 1948 I ~ ~ Final Stops James Mathis. Dishes: Cleon Ey- ~/).]1.~ . . for Satyr Mary Philomena, su-T "i ~ L ClIIU I~IUil i I IVIOV llif ii A short bus ride from Zurich rich, Frank Schehl, Charles Pax- g . P v place at Evanston, Ill in 1954 ~/ ical su ervisor at St Jose"h ne seconu woria assemniy tOOKt will bring the group to the famed ton, Clyde Chamberlain and Lyle hospital for the past 15 years, was More than 600 dele-~ates' from 178 PETROLINA, Brazil (NC)--A,lics, the Bishop has the help of!he bought a heavy duty tractor Benedictine Abbey and Shrine of Wirth celebrated in the hospital chapel ~ I onl 15 1 [, VICTOR COOK . J/Monday, Nov6 The Ray Robert Christian groups are expected atlBrazilian prelate in this turbulent; Y pr eats. !o .cleat" land.and set up his ownHouseOUr LadYofst atMemrad.Elsledeln--Mothers Archabbey William Hummel, Jack Heaton ~fl HEATING ~~ ~m ~'n~nmc~tm~. J]~, ~ ;.~ ~, "~ o ;~, ~.~ t.a. this New Delhi world assembly. /nation's most agitated area has~ Bishop de Aragao has acted i]rri.gat!on projects, t~e tounueu an " and Hilaire Castelein comprise the ~ r.~,~w -- 1~lllll,#,Ittil~l~ -- ~1~ ~,UPlUIIIUINIIN~ I/re. OkaltltTlUtsl, ll~oytta| ~.Llal.txasll / dill'i/int ~ r~o,-i~cl ,~f ,~,'a m.; ;o ;~,a~l'lcnltnre school and then start- in Indiana. coffee committee. I I/ ff r.~.~ ,h^ ~r,o, a.n ,h.~ Revs e. spokesman ot the Christian/launched a new land reform move- ~, e ~ : Leaving Switzerland and head- I ~I'P'II /VltlAL WORK l|u " "' ~oo "" " ~ " Unit ~ ; o / Latin America's lar,est and mostleu a raoio station wmcn oroau- ~J O~.-~.A~.LOLIflt 111 llOlll~ ~111" meAt to revent a R "" Thomas W Neville and Harold p ed u l lsm P g d ~casts s ecial educatmnalIn popt ous countrywhichcame P P I ,o8 N Phone TW 2-9614 Aurora I/Heineman "served 'as deacons phasized that the Catholic ob-I i 9 " ' ! ' j."" ~ ~~ " -- 't/ . ' seiners, woum not De entitled to~anu counteract etmrts oi leiust-:closei to civil war following the!gramsl lor me rura~ poptnatmn. . /~ece/ve i.'apal blessing Burial w~,m Mt. Hope cemeteIy, sneak at the world z~rnhlv led peasant leagues to seize land ,~ resignation of former President of Pernambuco State, in which On 60th Anniversary Sister rnnomena nau neen a ~' t by force i Janio Quadros in August and still his diocese is located. McHENRY--The Papal bless- ~ gl il~IK'~. I[~mlII~SHO! ~NM. P. HETTINGER fe h es::r heHF::r C 35S;et: : Awarded Certificate I A i 2 Ps oAn~ nio ~2~:~ ~ faces tLh:2,;:I ~fmCNmer~slsm. r~O~ Tl~ishl::dbOUgihetin;cl~a:fi~ ing was received by Mr. and Mrs. " ~W"-w"-'" STOR! and served as surgical supervisor . g " s ~ . . o . . land irrigated and divided into ELECTRIC SERVICE MILWAUKEE, W]s. -- Edwardlthe movement will seek to raise[ This nat~on of some ~0 mllhon John B. Wirtz here recently at a Your Doctor in ~t. rmzanem hospital in uan- Theiss son of Mr and M-^ '~:' / ,eo,le w'-"r~ 1n ~ ~ plots mat cau de Iarmect at a Mass offered in celebration of the Will Prescribe 730 Fifth Avenue Phone TW 6-7721 AURORA villo fat" 1.~ vpnr~ ht:,fnr~ onina tn ~ ' t~. ,a~-/llvlng stanoarus ot landleSS iarmv t, -- n~ ~,t, cr,~,t ut -,~I~ :~ r, p,~ Anuses are oeln ouut on couple's 60th wedding anniver- 7 ~ -- -- "~ dart P. Theiss of Sublette was re- Jworkers throughout a See almost poptdation owns 60 per cent or," g ' : each lot The to '" sary. /~, El in p p ts me men to g cently awarded a certificate at/twice the size of New Jersey in the land--is undergoing an eco- ~ ; t Ida oistriotnen among lanmess A dinner for the eight children, [~~ the Marquette University Pres~-/northeastern Brazil the countr'"s tnomm as well as a political CrlSlS / ~ . l Iarm workers. ~nose WAd receive grandchildren and great-grand- ~'~ uent s uonvocauon In ~ruce auoi- [most underdevelo-ed and ,~overt- [~t is smmrmg Irom a wave o~, . . r v ~'i me plOLS Wlii ne expecteu to pay children was served at 1 p.m. in ~t tormm here for having the high- stricken region strikes and a sharp rise in the f ' - i or mem ~ut on easy terms wire the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo "~i~* :ta:Vi:::en r:hC:rsdch: lt h! df::th- The BisE;:; nh':s Cr's~rted his : Saty [n/~:::~g. caused by a run i[~?rnYem, en{s falhng due at harvest Thompson. 12 Downer Place ,- Mr. and Mrs. Wirtz were mar- Aurora--Phone TW 7-9618 " /"White" leagues to combat thai Bishop de Aragao announced his ' nedied OctOct. 3030, 19011901 lain ChicagoChicago. Children's Shoe Specialists Red leagues--led by Francisco agrarian movement shorfly after[~ Ralm0n M, Fidler Agency Julian an. admirer of . Cuban!all: Brazilian Bishops issued an~g ~".or Hours [ Premier F]del Castro--with the~urgent plea for land reform to the -- For Any Occasion" I1 ' farm i nation's ~ Aurora REAL ESTATE ) ~ ~ ]lhelp of area ranchers and top leaders in early 0cto- St. Peter, Rockford--Twenty- BUS SERVICE I I[workers. He is buying land for ber, and warned that Red agents fifth Sunday after Pentecost I I [Iprojects to lead the way toward!are training farm workers as St. Mary, Morrison--Twenty- CHARTER COACHES Redi-Mix [ IMelIDAMP ( ,;,~*~, ] [tm dernizing bis diocese's out-lguerrilla fighters in'preparation fifth Snnday after Pentecost. TEL. TW 7-8532 Concrete ! mou.nnut. '~-,~'-"- I I!moded farming methods and thus]for an armed rebellion, ----- reAL "k~l~O~L~]irelieve the plight of its 208,00011 The Bishops made their plea Joliet-Aurora Co. ' [ ~ ( ----,i~['t/ |}people, of whom 205,000 are Catho-lin a joint letter to President Joan Joseph N. trotz ~.-I. 4[-I-Ih~ X," ~'Yl IIlics. He is also taking action tolGoulart, and Premier Tanciedo" / Ilcombat the flood of Red propa-]Neves telling them that land re- STORE FRONTS Transit Lines Concrete for all purposes 2S7 North UnlOnKeslaence:. ' Ph. TW 7-70BBAur ra |J,]'Cuba|Iganda' much f which comes fr m To help him in his new el- communi-tf rm alone~ thr"-'can~,~.avert the growing Inc. DIAL TW 6-9714 [[ Ittor~ ann care Ior ms ~ee s uamo- Previous Projects Furnace Repairing 13S Trask Street J While the government makes and Installation Every Savings Account now receives 4 A% dividends. No preferred class - all dollars treated equally. You receive it automatically - nothing to sign or do. Compounding continues faster on Optional, Installment and Pre-paid Savings. Paid-Up Savers' checks will include the increase. Nothing held back for future delivery. 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