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/ Official Newspaper of the Rockford Diocese VO]. XVI--No. 47 ------'-~~V~BE-R~, l~ ~ - 10 PAGES Church Br. :ads i it not for the influence of thelexplained "the fact that despiteJ ~ ::::;~ " ~ l J Church communism mi ht actu the official Roman Catholic pos- ~ ~,:::::~::: ,' g "lture against communism, a Ro-[ ~ii: ll ~ iliiii ~ ally nave taken over mose '|;am-man Catholic land like Cuba is ~~:! J w~,r~m~l~ ::i::::::i ~ ~ clio" countries in. which commu-lin the Soviet camp that Italy ~~ ~~ t ~ nists are powerful, Charles Matik has the largest Red bloc outside ~ ~:~ ~ said here. the Soviet zone that revolution ~ ~.~~ ~ :ii~ii!!~i:~i ~ !~i~i:::::~:~il "God help these countries if and dictators thrive in so many ~~ ~~ ~ they did not h~,ve the Catholic Romanist lands?" ~ ~~ ~, [~ ~: : ii:.iiii~ Church in them,' Malik former Maltk conceded that this ques-[ ~~~~ ~i ~,~ii :~::: president of the United Nations tion "perplexes" him. But, he[ . ~ :~ ~. "~)~ ~. L.I :: ii:::i i3encral Assembly said in an in- added "have you stopped to think[ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~: ::! ii:.ii!i terview with Christianity Today how these countries would have[ ~! ~*~ ill magazine, fared if the Catholic Church with] " ~ ~ ~ :!: The Lebanese statesman, a its well-formedanti-commun!stat-] :i~: ~Wk~ ~ i::ii::~:ii iiiiii~:~ member o! the Greek Orthodox [tltudes did not exist there? [ NEW CONGO BISHOP EMBRACES POPE'S ENVOY--Archbishop Gastone Mojaisky-Perrelii (cen- tmulcn an(] guest prolessor of the Re eets Relatmnsht r i " [ j " "P, [ te ) Apostol'e Delegate to the Congo, is embraced by the newly-enthroned Bishop Pierre Kimbondo ~cnooi of International ~ervice at o K~ C n 11 m rem P ! ff ] ,~,~,~, iom wouldI f "santu, o go, fo owing the enthrone ent ce any. Archbishop Mojaisky - erre li o ered a th A "" 'v i" h r a ~ e melman um ers ty e e w s fi ' " ]haw" swe'~t over all these coun [ Ponti "eal Mass' in the Kisantu cathedral 60 miles sooth of Leopoldville. Present at the Mass and re l in to a uestion b Dr P Y g q Y "].ri,~ L, .ain ] enthronement were Premier Cyrille, Information Minister Joseph Illeo and commander-in-chief of Carl F H Henryeditor of the m ' ] ] the Congo ar ies, Gen Joseph Mobutu Protestant publication ] tie rejected me inea mat mere[ " " - Per"lexin" "~ue~tion l is a "casual relationship" between/ oH::~ie~n ::hei:sn:ervi~wtiel~in!ryse::~ :L : y/ y% " t:lWorld Needs FUNERA.L SeT NOV. 25 . thDr'N Rather, he suggested it may befDevotedness' Ad /that " 'p:ople of certa ni cultural I I rian Dominicans I OFFICIAL [[outlooks" are more prone to com- I I I/munist influence, l~,~! ~,~|~;~|] It I s/ ~,I/~e I S HFblIIF It IVi rner taeneral ules "Perhaps this problem is aim- O -- ~= = = == =" ~ == == " " ~ "" " eramn~ ,I t Af~JS~l~l'LA &UStlalla ~IYU~---~ I I/PlY one ot cultural tamp e t, / '.~ ' I /~ ~.tnespirit OI t,nrlstlan nevoteu-i ne said a D BISHOP LANE t " I ness of Catholic women cant ADRIAN, Mich. -- The funeral l nd M. Thomas are Adrian o- [ Comment on U.S. [change the face of the world, IMass for Rev. Mother Mary Ger-lminican sisters, as is a grand- wennesoay ~ovemoer ~J / Dallas Texas Inter American[ Malik also noted that West Ger-iPope John XXlII said in a letter aid, O.P Prioress General of the neice, Sister M. Michaeleen. A ' .~ "~ ". " ~ [many today is "very strongly to Archbishop Eris O'Brien ofjSisters of St. Dominic Congrega-Igrand-nephew, the Rev. William congress, t;oniratermty ot t;nris- Ca h lic' and et no countr ' - " r ~, n~,~,~,~ ] t o ' y " y--Canberra-Goulburn on the occa-/tmn of the Most Holy Rosa y,[ [not even the United States--is free sion of the national meeting of IAdrian, Mich will be held Satur-] Sunday, December 3 ~from communism." the Federal Council of Catholiclday, Nov. 25, at 11 a:m. at theI 10 45 A M Elgin St Mary aid he U S Women motherhouse Her brother Ms r : "-- " ' I Furthermore he s ',t g church. Silver Jubilee of ordina-I' which is also partially a Cath- "Such broad lines o]~ discussion William Barry, pastor of St. Pat-I |ion of the Rev. Willis L. Bradley. J olic country is not less anti-com, are opportune in these times rick church, Miami, Fla will beI Preside at Solemn Mass. Ser-. munist on 'account of its Cath- The firm persuasiveness' of the celehi'ant. Mother Mary Gerald[ mon. [olics." words of Catholic women the died Nov. 20 at the Dominican 4" M o f u [ "O e v " h said calm dignity of their attitudes motherhouse here following aI .00 P = R ck ord, Cor us, n th eontrar e , a writ give encouragement to their short illness Christi monastery. Cornerstone [ "they appear to be more nti- " " " / sisters whereve~ these are sltu ceremony for new monastery. [communist than the Protestants.'~ "," " - ated. "Although the role of women in opening the minds of their children to things divine is of primary importance, it is not their only duty Their spirit of L ! ST ? Christian devotedness should be unlimited in its scope, manifest- ing itself not only in their normal " DON T FORGET family life, but also within the social, the national, and "even the . THE BEST OF ALL! international patterns of citizen -( Z A GIFT life ~, SUBSCRIPTION "That is a spiritual program /~~ ~ TO worthy of their energies and. by -.~' ':/;G.~-'N : the grace of God, capable of ~,5)~ changing the face of the modern IE 0BSERVI world." ist -X m A Christmas Gift Card W,II re rose, Whom rhe Gif, J Erie, Marks Is From. ONLY *4.00 125th Jubilee ERIE--St. Ambrose parish will For A Yeur oF Good Cutholi Reodin9 celebrate the twenty-fifth anniver- sary of the dedication of its i === church building Sunday, Nov. 26. = THE OBSERVER = Masses will be celebrated Sun- B | . 1260 N. Church St. a day at 7:30, 9:30 and 11 a.m. The Rockford, IlL " ' last Mass will be offered for liv- II . . II Enclosed find $ for subscriptions to be. ing, deceased and former mem- sent as Christmas Gifts to the following: ~ bers of the parish. ,An open house will be held from II *,* o ** **, * | .~ NAME . ~ 2-4 p.m. Sunday. Members of the committee planning the celebra- tion are the Rev. Thomas Neville, I ADDRESS . I ,| Tom Enright, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ~ eft Enright, Mrs. Anna Possley CITY ZONE STATE,and Mrs. Charles Mead. I l t St. Ambrose is a mission parish | ' ''' "'''' ' ' ' " II NAME t attached to St. Catherine church |,Prophetstown. The first Mass in | . n ADDRESS ~ the parish was said on the Feast | u of the Immaculate Conception in | ~ 1917. Masses were said in a hall CITY ZONE STATE ~ in the Shellhammerbuilding until u = 1919, when the parish purchased I[ ''' * '' ' ''''' ",'*'' I GIVER'S NAME ] six and one-half acres of land and | i . a house which was converted to ADDRESS OF GIVER " ~ a chapel. The present church building, in which much of the construction was done by volunteers from the parish, was dedicated Nov. 29, 1936. ! WASHINGTON (NC) --Fol-find themselves without a moral increasing concern at every level }testimony to the reality and imo lowing is the full text of the law to break, of the community and in all parts lportance of those moral prin- statement entitled "Unchang- ~,/[OYa] ~evo]ufloD of our country. Iciples which govern man's wider ing Duty in a Changing World" r, ~ . t - J social relationships Pope John The reasons for this moral rev anlsnmenr or issued by the Administrative " has recenuy remmueu all t~atn- olution ean be ascertained at least Beneath these present trends olies"0f this obligation. "The s0, Board of the National Catholie in part. Just as the high morality and nervadin~ all modern so- cial teaching proclaimed by the Welfare Conference an behalf of our early history found its eietv'has been the influence of Church," he tells us, "cannot be of the cardinals, arehbishops strength in religion, so now the secularism -- the banishment of separated from her traditional and bishops of the United rejection of" morality finds it most God from nublic and private life teaching regarding man's life." States following their annual basic cause in the denial of God. a-n-d- the en'thronement-of human The norms of justice contained in Here, too, is something quite new. nature in His olace Born in the the great social encyclicals of the meeting here. ,In the past there, have always ,Enhg. htenment' of the 18th cen- Popes durlng, the. past . . 70. years Few nations of the world can neen men who tor various reasons turn derivin~ its ~reat impetus are vital moral principles, just ' e f God as are the principles of individual look back on their historic origins have denied the exist rice o from the French Revolution with such justifiable pride as the Bht the present atheism is differ- adopted and fostered by 19th cen- morahty. We have the duty to know these principles through ent. Now not only do many act tu,~, Liberalism it became and " " United States. That pride, in large and live as if there were no God sti'l~ remains the principa~ char- study and reading, through reflec- measure, finds its justification in tion and prayer Nor can these to Whom they are responsible but acteristic of modern society. Un-, the high moral principles which a steadily increasing number -- der its influence,-men may not principms be allowed to lie idle; guided our Founding Fathers in Socml norms of whatever kind laying the foundations of our gov- some individuals of great influ- 'nerhaps deny'God" on formal oc- . ' ,' - ' says uur Holy Father "are not ence--proclaim the nonexastence casions they ma even mention , ernment and in launehing this - Y ' v only to be explainea nut also ao of God to be a scientifically estab- His name In practice howe er -" Nation on its history. Our first " ; " ' x' "ence' plied This is especially true of lished fact. The consequences o[ they simply ignore l-us e is| " th L legal documerits, the Declaration " bl nl re-'act moral e t;nurcn's teaching on social such an attituae are inescapa e. They uo not ope y j matters of Independence and the Constitu- " ma even a wmcn has |rum as its If there is no God, then the old principles; they y P Y ui" "'" tion with its first ten Amend-morali~ based on G0~ is oo* them lip service But they disr~ L %~%?n;s ;~:c:~' ~ '~ ments, marked us from the begin- ning as a nation committed to the valid The whole of human life tgard them or reduce them to ;. . '. - . . moral mnuenee oi mese sociat has to be reorganized on a new hazy generalities In general me principles of the moral law. "' iz' are prmeipms must de maue to per basisMany modern men find only sanctions they reeogn e meate all of " 1 ta " society ann its insti. People's Guide themselves without~ God and re- noose suppnea ny mmvmua.h werSteoi tutions. The lanorer" " must" bring Those principles and the relig- ligion, on a lonely eminence of p.ubhc opinion and t e pc them to his union meetings; the theii own making left to create the state mdustrlahst ious beliefs that underlie them ' '," " ' ',to the business continued to guide our people in ~rm W:e ~o~rt~:alsU;Sv'e: r~edt ti~ Moral Apathy 't~ rldpar~hn~, tt:Chhier'hto~nehlLcl:::l~ their national development At a good and evil, right and wrong. The result of these trends has to the sphere of life in which he time when our country was e,~ been, even among those who have moves Only in this way will each emerging from infancy into vigor- ,2) leflce as k, ree~ not rejected moral principles, a religious person become involved ous youth, De Tocqueville, in his n t o." v n laimed inwidespread moral apathy which with his fellow citizens in con I h lr newl, ~roc - - - still widely read "Democracy in dependence, modern men have touches practically every group: struc!ing a "public philosophy". America," said: "Religion in. de t~n tl to flacen . .eirth " mare' re- Citizens WhO, are. not concerned, cased on a frank acceptance o! America takes no direct part in liance on nhvsical science While enough to exercise the right to God and the moral laW. the government of society, but it the enemies of religion and moral- vote; elected officials who are ~-L :L# ~ 3 their tbhc ~ou.o rouflaanon interested only in pt must be regarded as the first of ity have attempted ta make sci- ! " " " their political institutions. I do ence the principal weapon of image, their personal power; In rebuilding a sound religious not know whether all Americansthei'r attack, actually science it- union memoers lanor. . maaers,and moral foundation for Ameri- have a sincere faith in their re- e f h no p t "n "s a . " . ' ' . ca, a special difficulty arises from s l as ar i thl w rfate and mdustrmlists who place mew ligion--but I am certain that they ," ys one f its most ' . he varied character of our so- Science sa o selfish interests above nauonal t hold it to be indispensable to the eminent scholars, Dr. Vannevar security and the common good. ciety. Since we are a people of maintenance of republican insti-Bush, "does not exclude fa'th] Harmful as these weaznesses many religious beliefs, of diverse e are our acknowledgment of them racial tutions." (1) Later at the end of sci nce does not teach a harsh " and national origins, thera the 19th century, when our coun-materiali'sm. It does not teach can gwe no real comfort to o~r will" undoubtedly always be ten- enemms It is the American tradz sl try was entering upon its matur- anything beyond its boundaries ' "ons and some misunderstand. ' tion to look at ourselves to ex in s ity, another European observer, and those boundaries have been - g. But these differences will amine our conscience to reap not constlt ute nsurmountable bar James Bryce, still could write: severely limited by science it- !.'. " " " " "Religion and conscience have self." (3) But many who have praise our moral posit[on. In a riers to national peace and coop- been a constantly active force in taken science as their creed and dictatorship this is impossible. In eration if we are faithful to the a democracy it tsa constant moral rm the American Commonwealth . . . their cult do nat share the humil- ' p " ciples which are the not indeed strong enough to avert ity of the scientist With invinci- necessity, foundation of our traditions -- many moral and political evils,hie' " seiz-assurance" anu" " Tim" an air Both a"ath,e ~ and a moralitv, eer- particularly. . . if we complement yet at the worst times inspiring a of unchallenged authority, they tainly run counter to the Ameri-ju sttce ruth charity. This is true minority with a courage and ardor ean tradition Because we have et the racial issue which contin teach a sclenusm mat heroes ' " ~t has been ues to rise and plague our coun by which moral and political evils God and makes sport of the been a moral people, " . ". e roans ulti try, it is true of other Issue~ have been held at bay and, in the moral law From positions many characteristic of Am r' "- " " long run, overcome." (2) In the of them occupy in schools and mately to be guided by moral which divide us. present century it was not without universities in literature and considerations and, even in peri- ~ #3 ~ # ~ s ond vi~or vvorla-vvlae ~Utle$ a sense of moral duty that the journalism, with all the modern ors ot taxi|y, to re p g - United States became an arsenal -media of communication at their ously to moral appeals. Our best Our moral responsibility, how- of defense against totalitarian ag- command, they succeed in ira- traditions have been based on ever, transcends the limited cir- gression, a storehouse to feed the pressing their doctrine on great moral principles and ideals. We cle o~ our individual lives and tha hungry and starving world a numbers of misled minds, must remain true to them. We confining borders of our country. Samaritan helping defeated enemy ~- t of the household of the faith have Our interests and our obligations nations to rehabilitate themselves (~U/f Of f~e Image a special obligation to promote are world-wide---indeed our hori- in peace. The history of our coun- Toward the nresent moral de them. What, then, are our par- zons are no longer confined to tr, has been "e-erall, i-f,o'~a " " tieular duties in the face of pres- this earth; they have been project- s,- . : ~, cline, the modern media have ent conditions9 ed into ff, e uncharted seas of wlm an lneal t~asefl on moral . " - rin i " done more than suppzy mstru- - - -- space. In its earlier years, our na- mem r " . . ments for the spread of unbelief Duly fo Speak our ~:21Pe~ eblaed" Honors Bhaoi:[:n C:e~;l:~:s ldehe r ster f P c Pm~ tion--young in its freedom and Y Other Masses of Re-uiem were Morahty Relected and moral revolt. Although the In today's world, our most ob- confident in the nobility of its ~viotner ~vmry t~eratu has neen "~ democratic ideals--stood as an in- n h, p,n,~ Pl,~ XlI ,~,~1 celebrated by Archbishop Deard- The time has come to confess communications industry through vlous cmty is m speak out, to ~ " " spiration to all those who suffered J 1 make o en rofession of religious l en of Detroit Msgr Vincent however that our natio--1 i many sincere and admirable end. P P umversny o~ ~otre name, Ulel ' a uea~ - in bondage and hoped for freedom. Moranpastor of St Philip Neri . ' ers has made valuable contrtbu- Dellezs ann moral convlcuons, to Umverslt of Santo Dommgo and l no Ion r res y ge ts upon a foundation e founda T.nvnl~ ,niv~ar~ifv (2h; sh~l church Chicago" and the Rev. tions to human welfare, yet it reaffirm morality as th . Country after country, encouraged 7"~." ="~'.~;.'~' "'"~'~.~"", ~l Emmet| Murphy pastor of St of broad and solid popular moral- has also inflicted on "the modern tion of our nation's past great- by the success of our endeavors, has oeen J.vlomer tieneral oI me ' . ' [Edward parish Rockford lty. Ignorance of moral principles world a pernicious cult of the hess and of its future asplra- threw off their shackles and as order since 19~ anu was in her - .- . I ann me rejection ot me very no- 'image Submergedbeneath tions. We must in~!eed be pre- serted their independence. Mil. 50th yem as a sister , : [--~ tion of morality are on the rise waves of publicity from image- pared to demonstrate the false- lions flocked to our shores as to In the Rockford dmcese the , tRockford YCS today and threaten tO undermine makers" and hidden persuad- hess of file claims of scientism, the haven of freedom and hope. Adrian Dommmans have a prown , ,"/ our nation and its most sacred ers modern man tends to be- the hollowness and futility of the Now, in our more mature years, ~hael, he USeecttto Ste:hanre? c:~l:r:tStudV D~V Set traditions. The evidences of our cornea victim of the image, cult of the image, the corrosive thenewer nations andsomeof the Y " P P . ~ol ! I moral decline are everywhere to Whether a thing is true is less effect of secularism on both the older impoverished ones have in the fall of 1963 They also statt ". IS~ ,nd~, N~, ~ be seen: in the alarming increase important than the impression it individual and society. Especial- looked to us for material help and Bishop Muldoon high school and u ~]rt' ~v. L~,z " t in crime, particularly among the creates. Man's moral focus is dis- ly we must recogni e and of- for the most pa/'t they have re- St Edward school ,Rockford, St dun in the se atl torted For nation as ell s m firm the essential place of re '; 'l " "~" ~iar" I ST. CHARLES -- The YoungY g; " ns "dual treat- . ' s w a " - ," . ." . ceived from us a ready response, awaru nl n scno0 anu ~t ~ g," Y[Christian Students federation of ment of violence and sexuality in dividuals the all-important thing ~igion ann morality in the torma-But they--particularly the emerg- school Elgin St Blmget, Loves ~ ' ,; '. " . [the Rockford diocese will holda literature, on the stage, screen is the image that is projectedition of the human personality it ing peoples--have needs that go deeper than the requirements for r'arK anu ~vit ~t ~vtai acauem ; . . ; ", "Y,Y'!study day at Mt. St. Mary Acad- and television; in the disclosures on the minds of others. The rosy[we are to survive as a moral mere material help. They want and St Patrick SChOol St Charms / le % ' "t emy here Sunday, Nov. 26, Theme of greed and cynicism in govern- deception is rated good if it suc-i peop . l-~eilglOUS vocations tof the mecitng will be: 'The ment, labor and business; in the ceeds -- in selling more prod-[ But over and above all this, the more positive evidence of our nn- ~viotner Mary Geram comes,ucts In ] f h lm from a family with a remarkableIParish Apostolate for YCSers.' stubborn continuance of race, ' w'nning more votes, in temper o t e t' es demands derstanding. They seek a recogni- " i Principal speakers during the prejudice and iniustiee" in the convincing more taxpayers, that, by our words and acts, we tion of their dignity, both indi- number of religious vocations. TheI afternoon program will be the multiplication 'of divorce and in r. .~ t n ~. bear personal witness to the ex- vidual and national. They crave late Bishop Patrick Barry of St. t Most Rev. Loras T. Lane and the the rapid disintegration of the L/ev'o/a OF ~ell~lOn istence of moral principles the knowledge and technical skill Augustine, Fla was her brother; ]Rev. John Krumn assistant ~ms. famiNg'in a harsh and -a~a~ ,~i~- ~ to. ~n ~ i. grounded on religious belief. In a which will enable them to help another brother Ms r Barr will ,g . Y, [tor of Ss Peter and Paul parish re,~ard of the sacredness of human world m which individual obhga- themselves. They need the vision measure ot responsiouny |or me which comes from faith, and the celebrate her funeral Mass, and tin Chicago life e.~ n a ,~ ~^ tion is being denied, we must e third brother, the Rev. Joseph Bishop Lane will open the ac- nf ~oioneo ne and rejection of moral show the reahty of personal re- encouragement that comes from r Barry lives in Ireland tivities with a general talk and p mciples. At first there was no sponslbflty -- transcendent re- hope. They must have spiritual " ' ' " " t rms present moral uetenorauon ' s,~onsibilitv to God f-r alt acts ideals and spiritual leadership. Two nephews are priests; he[discussion at 1 p.m. r'amer t.^ : ] lntenuon ot excmcnng elmer re-i r ~ Rev Josep~ Barry and the Rev [Krump will speak at 2"50 n m on . . 1: and attitudes personal account- Our own freedom sprang in large " " "'" tem r r el " ~un UI" lIIOIilllLy llOlll tile CO'In- ' ,o a r axatlon of standards Lawrence Barry, S.J.; and a third ]' The Changing Role of thePar- p .',Y I ability for self, for family, for measure from religious and moral wmcn WlU De [ollowed by the sort mort tax supporteu senool uut me nephew, the Rev. Lawrence Hal- ish." " ]community, for nation. In partieu- sources. We must inspit~e these na- leron was killed in. an automobile l The program schedule for the of moral reform past experience diversity of our religious pattern lar, our teaching, our influence, tions wherever possible to build would lead us to expect The con 1 and our conduct must show that accident. Three nieces, Sisters day will be as follows "and the rising pressure of secu ar-! on a religious and moral founda- I ditlons we face are unique for Ism have rnduced the school the soundness of soemt de ends Kathleen Marie, Marie Joseph~ Noon -- Clergy luncheon. ; !" P I y p |ion if we are to contribute sig- them the past givesneither without tell ion and it was idle on the prmeiples of family life 12:30 p.m.--YCS registration " " " " "g"," " / : nificantly to the achievement of . i t-/ ~ " [ 1 nm Talk b, Bisho" Lane precedent nor guide. Many men to suppose that this school couldtthe unity and sanctity of marri- their national aspirations. Mean /A olnrea lain v- .-- v . - PP P 2 p m--Workshops are questioning and often deny- long inculcate in American youth]age, parental duty and authortty, while, we must be willing to open STERLING -- The Rev. Philip 2:5-0 p.m--Talk by Father ing the objective distinction be- moral convictions which would be Ifilial reverence and obedience, our hearts and our homes to those E. O'Neil, assistant at St. Mary Krump tween good and evil and the abil- firmly held. The result is that [Soc/a/Duties who come to our shores; to make parish, has been appointed chap-I 3:40 p.m.--Workshops, ity of human reason to know with our society is now faced with[ room for them in our schools and lain of the Sterling Council No. 4:20 p.m.--Benediction, certainty what is right and wrong, great numbers of young peoplet As God-fearing people we must universities; even to send our own 662, Knights of Columbus, by the 4:30 p.m.--Refreshments and They are cutting themselves off almost completely devoid of re-Inot only bear witness to those sons to their lands to assist them. Most Rev. Loras T. Lane Bishop a meeting of moderators and completely from moral traditions, ligious belief and moral guidancelprinciples goVerning personal~and All these things we must do, no~ of I~,ockford. Ich~plains. ",For the first time in history they ~--young petr~le who are causing lfamily life; we must also give Continued on Page I ,