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l AURORA- The United Catho- 068. Our Lady of Good Counsc lie Education Development pro- gram topped its $1,800,000 goal by reaching $2,285,769 at an exciting victory report meeting held Tues- day night at Holy Angels school. Attending the session ' were workers from all participating parishes. Division and parish re- sult~ were recorded on a huge 500 sq. ft. lighted scoreboard They were reported by the .re- spective parish chairmen as the chairman called the roll of divi- sion managers. Excitement mounted throughout the meeting as each parish result exceeded expectation, and sport- taneous applause filled the room when general campaign chairman, Attorney John P. Hart, announced the goal had been topped by $485,- 769, and the grand total was $2,- 285,769. First to Reach Goal The first parish in the cam- pariah's high school quota was $279,000, the majority of which the parish has on hand in its savings account Our Lady of Good Coun- sel hod the largest amount re- ported for the campaign. The second highest amount re- ported was by Holy Angels parish On the heels of concluding a mas- ter parish re-building project, the amount of $352,575.80 was re- ported for an average pledge of $515.46. The pastor, the Rt. Roy. Msgr. F. F. Conner, had a hard- working organization led by lay chairman, Dr. William Weigel, and associate chairmen, William Ahem, Dr. Orland Covelli, Tim Kinnally and Alfred Wulff. Another outstanding perform- ance of the campaign was turned l in by St. Rita of Cascia perish. Although their recent parish cam- paign which pledged $354,000.00 is only half completed, the parish- ioners pledged an additional paign to reach its goal was St. Nicholas parish which had ex-amount of $133,584 which was well over their high school quote of ceeded its $189,000 quota early $108,000' The leaders at St. Rita Official Newspaper of the Rockford Diocese Vol. XVI--No. 50 Vly dear friends in Christ: The shepherds who kept watch over their flocks on the night Of Christ's birth were filled with fear as the glory of God shone round about them. They were greatly disturbed, and it was necessary for the angel of the Lord FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1961 12 PAGES to reassure them. "Do not be afraid for behold I bring you good news of great joy which shall be to all the llpeople.''+ + The announcement of the Saviour's birth brought new Jl Icourage to those humble men, and as the angel depart* led, they hurried to Bethlehem that they might see this thing which had come to pass. On that Holy Night, the "good news of salvation" restored their confi- I dence and calmed their troubled hearts. Thus it has been. Thus it will always be. It is the word of God that has power to dispel the fear and gloom which bur- den human spirits, vJ~ vmm. Indeed there is much in the world to cause fear and sorrow. In our day, men are anxious about many things. Health and security, bombs and I fallout, wars and rumors of wars--these are but a few of the realities of our +day which+ disturb and upset I *.*o o o o.+,* II m NAME iI l ' L ; ADDRES'S I : i A mi~ CITY ZONE STATE i I . ', *,~. ,o o, ,oo. | i NAME i . + I ' Givi R"s" 'NX iE" I ' ADi)RESS "OF' GIvER I qmlmm m m m wlmmm~mm mlmulml m wm mw J m mm mI SEND A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO A Gift Card Will Tell Whom The Gift is From The guild said that "manage- ment has a responsibility to esta- blish standards of performance, giving due regard to the safety and health of the employee." Citing the relation between an employee's knowledge of his comparative performance and his future "success and security," the report stated that management bas "a responsibility due the em- ploye in justice" to give him the facts on which this knowledge is based Tolerating slipshod work tends to encourage all employees to per- form at the same level, the re- port said. In this way, it added, management's failure inflicts "a grave sin of injustice" upon the owners, "who, in justice, have a right to 'a fair day's work for a fair' day's pay.' " Joseph school were awarded sta- tutes of St. Joseph The sixth grade of St. Therese, a slogan winner, was awarded a statue of St. Therese. The second grade of Sacred Heart school, a poster win- ner, received a statue of the Sacred Heart Awarded statutes of St. Francis were the seventb grade of Our Lady of Good Coun- sel school, a slogan winner, in honor of the School Sisters of St. Francis who teach in the School; and the fifth grade of St. Rita of Cascia school, a poster winner, in honor of the Sisters of St. Francis of Mary Immaculate. poster winner, and the eighth- grade-slogan winner, of St. The winning classes of the Cam- paign School+ Slogan and Poster Contest were awarded prizes by Monsignor Wahl. The fifth-grade- Germany. The Pope told' the sick: "We~ cast Mass every Thursday since Dec. 7, 1936, to listeners in Lux- embourg, Belgium, France and sary of a radio program, "The Mass of the Sick," sponsored by the Luxembourg diocese Started by Bishop Leo Lommel of Lux- embourg, the program has broad- tion lmity. The Pope spoke in a radio ad. dress marking the 25th anniver- our great intentions to your Chris- tian generosity: first of all for world peace, in whose behalf We have made a heartfelt appeal to those responsible for it; then for and to ourselves . . . Miami area. He suggested that to "All of us, therefore, entrust encourage resettlement, this aid should be available wherever tbe refugees go. Noting that resettlement of nearly 34,000 refugees from the abortive 19~ Hungarian revolu- the ecumenical council, which will ltion was carried out successfully give brilliances to the new youth iby the country's private welfare of the Church: and finally for the[agencies, in cooperation with the reunification of all Christians government, he appealed for simi- withir, ~be unity of one fold," lar efforts with the Cub ns. ! Bishop Carroll told the subcom- mittee that Federal aid presently is given only to Cubans in the Encourage Resettlement field of education, there should be such discrimination," he said. "The Cuban people cannot un- derstand why--in'a country that has shown its goodness and char- ity by assisting them in every other welfare department--in the Sunday afternoon and went on to were the Rev Thomas P Ber modern man. raise 250 329 30 The pastor of . ", . " $,mingnampastor waker 'rrau- As we approach the great Feast of the Nativity, wo St Nicholas parish, The Rt Rev '. ' . " ' ten, lay chairman and Nick Alf ~/ / I might ask if such fear is worthy of those who call them- Msgr ~vi A ~cnumacner was ' ; odin-" his second' high aosepn uuettken, Robert Jungels hJselves followers of Christ. It is not fitting that man spearne g ~ ~ school campaign " " " chairmen I should proclmm his faith m the Gospel and at the same m Aurora Mort and Charles Wilkinson, associate ' . . . . Sl nor Schumacher was the di- " "g ~:xcellent Average VATICAN CITY (NC) -- Hisl time act as though all depended upon himself. It is true rector of the campaign conducmu Holiness Pope John XXIII has If r is m excenent average ot giving - In 1925 which financed th original : : :, . . . mat many calammes can come upon us. uut ou s 1 x rl useu me woras o~ a IlII:fl cenmr, tn tuetr m'sL tuna ra sing e pe - " Y n Le establishment of Marmlon mfli-w u i h fia ,~ !~miff ~1-. L~ th,~ C'.v~at ta in. [a hvm fatth, we will heed Our Lord s comma d-- t tory academy and .Ma nOnno hisgth" 3 Cs .Sh r;dp Prils .t, e lrir p rt. vite" i s parated'Chr st]an I ndies ] not yougr heart be troubled Have confidence in Me. school. Lay . Chawrna " ganization spearheaded by the to unity. I I have overcome the world." Nicholas arish was ueorge urn-,Po e J h " ' ! P Rev Charles R. Kelly pastor, p o n spoke m a 7,000-I R wmee:JztRaydm :;sTic~:r'and Leon WellaC!i!~l:n ~y ~a~rTa~3' c:e~mSe~ ?r~e:Jer~ WDOirdS3;CYnCtih:,ala33ti~j '~e::~ma. !" " ~ de:Je:P:;i:g: ;t Ww~l;~:b;oart ::h:o ~h?JkrYh:f:::bo= Huber Yseveral of the arishes" raised' ~,lk,~'.Ashlev' Stanlevtr~ ~. Sherwinr,J, C.~ ber 11. The new encyclical, the i Prince of Peace for enlightening our minds and suosmntiat monlesP in aclmtluu tv ~' .~ ~-. ~ ,~engler, anu mxth' o! hispontificate, was re-strengthening our spirit. It is my earnest prayer that their high school quotas fOr:ra3- ~22676~7n.2:nne reported a sum of leT~7 "~:~ta~eic', 9io unity was the reign of peace and hope and love of God may hold ish urgent needs. St. There " Ai'though there was no parish addressed to all separated broth- sway in your hearts this Christmas and throughout rted a grand total of $229,366 n e in addition to their r ' po urgent e d e s,' but the context of the on- the coming year, on ~ts h~ h ached| quota o~ ~z~,- 'g hlgh school quota, Sacred Heart cyclical directed it chiefly to the: Cordially yours in Christ. O00, and an additional $100,000 parishioners showed a good level schismatic Christian churches of[ ~ " toward a new Church St. Therese of giving in their pledges which the East . ~,~ parish was led by Father C. A. amounted to $83,267 as reported The encyclical described the life + ~-,~V'~ wz~ J. c(~,~.~ Henkel pastor; lay chairman, b the Roy Leonard J Guzzardo, and works of Pone Leo a-,~ ,~,m I - " ' John P. Thill, and associate chmr- aYstor Carl Assel chairman and LEAVING FOR ROME--The Most Rev. Loras T. Lane bids fare. Ecumenical council Extending best wishes for a safe journey ed widel-- flom ~" ~ ':'" "~'*"': ~,/:mh3sL~/nat~erE.lmer Melehert !37~tl~iamCh~:3: Roy Hllger ~m~el~io~=:i!::[i:oehmedw~a~S~h~h!~me~i~:i!l~:fi~::t~oeeS!~i R!:. !?~:j:lghj o~k~h!V;:~R:~r~og~i~tLooR:iYj?nFdrJn~?Jd ~: PRIEST FROM ROCKFORD For Other Buildings The highest perce;tag3ta O:ae~ "g P P Of the papacy i ~ 1 / St. Peter arishs ur ent need any parish high schoo q : [ Jrrllln.~Tl~n L mmonv p g Im~e m II l~neyclleal MarKs Vl~gll II~/mvm ~,~m'~ church was solved as reported by leaders of St George I~AIAA/tl l'31r'~F'r~:r nr-n~r~Tt- --- - , of a new :'8" to IVII~'~IVUUl~% IE'*,311E Ixi;;r'~.slx/O ll:ilShonl-loban Pope Lees Death i}iP::~ihheh~t:~h: ~!7h~!~(z~l~ p~aailsleti~byurt~o~l!::ii3 )J}im'a,~l:;: . L .-- -- t t -- -- ~|~,~,, Yl,l~:|s~s~ Lee~!ewarsy 3~a~:ne~e:Y ~epl:;he Will B e H e ld in Ro m e ,- - - - ailman ~ 11 I ~1~ r A BIINllIJ/~O ~tUIt~,which was marked on Nov. ko, the pastor, was assisted by Rev. Jonn vuc, ann my cn,15 The Po a lied to rese t ],pe pp p n ROME The Rev Thomas G late) Gretchen Durst Doran he lay leaders Paul Buddy, chair John Moisa and associate cha*r- ~ E IIII E E III II l . ,",t m ~ ~ I I1 ~ IF ~ E I r~,~ ~l~.~,E ~.l~W,~ day divisions in Christianity the Doran a member oi St Jam~Fattended St James parochial man, and Orlando Del Monte and men, Robert Moga and George ~ ~[ |1 II I W m L I~va/IVl I defenses of the Faith --ronounce-~ ' ' . I ' r, u lsh in Rockfora scnooi ann men compteteo nls Jack Schreiber associate chair- Oros reported $39 825 an as- I b Po e L wh Pro.Cathedral par' ",I ,' ' ' . - ~ y p eo en me umty o~ will be ordained to the priest I secondaI'y education at Campion men tounding 121 per cent over itsgoal II i CLEVELAND tNUI -- arcn-the Church was threatened b " ~ " 'a' arish was well Culminates Plans I l~t ~ ~ /bisho" Edward F Hobart, Bisho, Y hood in St Peter basilica Wednes- Jesuk nigh scnoo~, rrair'e mi Annuncl tlon e v P . . . " the Council of Chalcedon in 451. da Dec '20 The Most Rev Mar Chien Wis He attended Lora~ -- 't~ wa- ward a new school St Mmhael's parish hope of a ~ ~ mr ~ ~ Lm~ ~ ~ ,~ ~ ~m~/of Cleveland marked the 40th-an- . Y . -, ~.' + ~.o ~ to ' . . ' . . Pope John drew a comparison tin J O'Connor, rector of the couege ~unuque la for four as the oarish team headed by new rectory for thew pastor, the ~1[ ~ U ~ ~.~ ~'~ ~ U U ~ ~ ~,~tnlversary of his consecration as ~,o~, ,~, v r ' . ' : . m~ ~ ; T ~; ~ +~ 1 Rt R~v M~r Basil Marchis and ~Iv ~ ~ ~" ~'~ ~ "~ ~ ~ ?"2~ ~ "1" ~ t~ m;~k i+h ~ M~ -f Thanks- ~" ~ ,~eo s age ann me North American college in Vati- years ann earnea nil ,~.~. aegrea present He stud The 15th con ~ in w~th a ma r in hfloso h As O S B lay chairman, Gregory the parish was realized as parish [ [ giving in St. John Cathedral here " " can Oty, will be the erda n g ~]o,p . p y. - Schusier, and associate chairmen, lay leader George Matyas, chair-] WASHINGTON (NC) -- ThelCuban refugee children who]feel the impact of their presence."] The Archbishop 83 was con ,Grn:a7 ~it ~ne oeam el ~t Leo me prelate, rogued to ~ome mr statues ,eau- ' ' " t "IHe oted that Florida state law~ ' ' "l ~ nns me uamofic unurcn ing to the priesthood, he went to Paul Buckhardt and Ralnh Duy man, and Thomas Banks and Joan Bishop of Miami said nero nil uio- ChOOSe m attena church-rein ca, n I serrated on December 21 1921 as~ '- ' " i lie welfare services to, In sorrowtm conanmns watch are ~:~+~ii~:~:~;:~:~:~;~:~;~;~;~ the North American college there renorted .~102 325 which was $48 - Vuga associate chairman, report- [ cese has provided nearly one mll- I and other private schools, t den es pub Auxiliary Bishon of Chica~o Be ~k~.~;~ ` ~~;;~;~;~+~.~ 325 over tt~e high school quota of ed $27,532 well over the high]lion dollars worth of health and[ 90 Percent Catholics [persons living in Florida for less]cause ~e date~" is so c['ose to]~lnn~a~nlthePa/i~f~ cemn~7 w,men I~ ii~iiii~li~iii~~iiii!!i!iiiii~ili!i!ii~iiiiiiii~iiii~iiii~iii:ii~i in 19~. ~. earsnd that coum ,~-~ Pamer uoran s IlrSE &vials Will $54 000 school quota of $18,000.00. 'welfare services to Cuban refugees The spiritual leader of 350,000: than five y a Y Christmas he moved the observ- u ^e~ ' ~;i ~;i ~ i ii ' " " l " 16 thorn dun laws sti ulate a one earrest ',n~ re~erreu upec~ucauy to Lne :~:~:~:~:~:~~~:~+~:~:~:~:~:~:~+;;~;~;;~ oe ouerea at me ulemenuna Another parish working for a The United Catholic Education since 1959. i Catholics "n the sou c - p "Y " once up nine days. fact that "in man-. re-'ion- th" i::i:-!::iBJ~~~'~l::i::::::iii~::~i~i~i~::~?i!i;i~:i + o,~fa, koo;li,~o 'Ph= " denc ~ s o, ::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: a tar in ~ . ~ r ~ o ~ - ~, new school m addition to the high Development program culminates Bxshop Coleman F. Carroll testl-Itles of Florida stud that at least/ y. l ,~.a.; ~ :- o ~. ,-~.: ~ ~:~:~ ~:~:~:~*~:~:~::~:~:~:~,:~:~:~:~:~:~: ' ' o vtua.a~u in xovo xiv wa~ ~ m-~Paltn o! e rio 1 :':::+:':': ========================================= m spe! IS n oanger Ver Rev Edward L Heston, school quota of $216000 was St four yearsof planningand fled before a Senate subcomittee 90 per cent of the refugees--esti- Need Expansion !ca'~o'- auxiliar-" from 1921 untilI . . if!?:! i~:~i:~:~::i::~i:ii!ii Y . ' ' I 1 ~ ~ y ann ma~ mere are not wanting :::~:~::~ :~:~::~:~:~:~::~ C S C rocurator eneral of th~ Joseph The team of the Rev J [preparation by the Most Roy. on refugees and escapees headed]mated at nearly100,000--are He stud the large-scale Fedora 11928 when h" was ~-'-e"~ ~ish"" [ :~:i~~~::::~::!:~i~:~ici P . g J ~Veitekamn, Dastor, Rol~erilLoras W Lane the Very Rev. I by Sen Philip A Hart of Michi-pCatholics. laid program begun in March, 1961 ~ w a. n t~ at!emp~s .to separate bishops, ~:::~ ~i!~i::~::::~:iii~::::~::~:::~ii~)~ Congregation of the Holy Cross, Michels chairman, and associate Msgr. Raymond J Wahl, and the gan [ They turned to the only source ]"has very definitely relieved the ]U~H;'camet, Cleveland in 1943 as priests ann mltmu!.trom me con- ~i!~:~~iiii~i~i~i~i~ili~!~iiiiiiiii~ will be assistant priest for this chairmen' Joseph Fayfar' Edward pastors and parishioners of Au-] He appealed for a broader pro- i they knew for help the Cathohc ]s~tuatmn " but xt" needs expansion." [coad;utor to" the late Archbisho~'j ter ot ~;amonc.~ unity, mar is me ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~ :iiii!iliiiii~:iiiiiiii~: Mass. , ' . . J e r~oman bee." ~i~i~:~i~!!;~i~:;::~::~i~i~i~ici~i~ Mathieu and James Reenter re-I rora. The Catholics of Aurora will I gram of Federal assistance chan- [ Church,' he stated. "Thus it was F In regard to Federal assistance [ ~ h Sohr,~mh~ ] ::~::~::iii~::~::?:?/:~:+::Ci~i~: Bishop to Attend ' I ' " ' ' " "' ' " I v lneologlcal l-'OllI, ical :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: f 58 96 now have a be s and a lrls hwh neled mostl throu h ex~stln n- that the Catholic Church was the, to schools enrolhng Cuban chtl- ' ~ : :~:~?~:~ The Mn~+ R~, ~ ~r~ T l=, ported a total o $2 907. . i Y g ~' Y g g P -- ,- '~'", i ] z.rea~s utt unity Lar + ==+ 'o ~ + lschool on each side of the Foxlvate agencms, and asked for anlfirst to become aware of the needsldren, he said such help ~s den ed [ . . . ::::::::: . :::~:~:iii! now in Rome attendin~, meetin-s t attend a . By -broad interpretation this Our Lad" of Good Counsel par [River which bisects the city. In fend to denial of Federal aid to]of these people, and the first to if the child elects o I . t. I,~~ of the Commission on Studies and I t could mean not onl theolo real ish was assured its new school-laddition to financing the two newl church-related or other priva et In. th/s tssue I y g" Seminaries in preparation for the mreats to unity, out also those h~ h schools appreciation was school forthcomln Second Vahcan The pastor the Rev. Sylvesterr "g,I . t,I :!~#~il "g " It hould be recalledbe l ponucai events in me worm wmcn hair-- h Kl-ckner Ishown by the parishioners for thel [-,~I~A. !-~ I " s " . ~ Ecumenical council, plans to at- ~ye : man rau~; e i meet the ~lergy and'associate chairmen, Edwarci splendid work done these past 31 IE I Ii U~[ said, "that these children were World News 2 ~reaten the peace of the .Church. ~ tend the ordination ceremong ia Komes Peter Lies John O'Con- years by the Benedictine Fathers welcomed to the United States by lc~th,n, t~h~ iti~ /rnere was Auna me nun in rope St Peter's. ment and itwould Leo's time as compared with the at Marmlon and the School Sisters the govern A number of Father ra nor, John Wallers, and Werren[of Sain Francis at Madonna b~ The winter ember days are Wednesday, Friday seem therefore' to be the obliga- May They Rcst in Peace ~ communist persecutions of the THE REV. THOMAS G. DORAN relative wiq ,~--]o-o ,Dot ~ ~ox announceu me sum ot :~ao,- . -'1 . . I ' ',~viission ~ommn a l . ~ ~ e-- - *,* --~ =- ~ lincluding in the campaign goalI ana ~aturnay, uec. zu, zz, z;L [tion of the government--through[sharin,~ Our Treasure 51Presem age m wnlcn nlsnops, Father Doran will remain in Sunday to attend the ordinatioa 1 n and We1 " prmsts ann uauloucs are separat . ]amounts ot $200,000 to each of] On these da,s oil Catholi,'s between the aoes of {its Health, Educat'o "~Washinaton Background 5] " Rome for the completion of his rites. These include his parents, ~r~m@,~l~m~r~'[these Schools. I " " ~" . [fare department--to provide fOrlwomen7s Pa"e o ' 8+,en ~rom union wim r~ome. theological studies and ~ill return Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Doran and I l~lll ll[~ll~l 1 l~:l ll Praise and Thanks 21 and 59 are bound by the law of fasting by whmh their well-being while they are Comin~ Events 9 To those "who patiently cry af- early next summer to be assigned his sister, Gretchen Doran, his I I I1'% . . [ Mr. Hart praised the spirit and[ ,u u a h,+ o ,u ond two lioht [in the United States; to care furl r ~ " 91ter truth and justice, "Pope John as a member of the Rockford aunts the Misses Romana and eneromt of the donors In the them by prov]din~ food clothmgl addressed the words of St Paul" ,~; ] ~,~,~ n n r ~,~.~ ~ Mas L~uIy TO [g Y . ' 1 -- -,- I ~ ' Iuoris ,~nswers .oum ,u, '~ ' s, E name of the Cathohcs of Aurora memo. and educatmn. ]Lenten of Decency 10 ~ou nave neon gwen me rover Loras Graduate and Mrs. Paul Kampschulte, Wau- he thanked Bishop Lane for his All o h f n re bound b the law There are 10 000 Cuban children .~' /" 10 on Christ's behalf not only to be- Born in Rockford in 1936 the kegan and Mr and Mrs Ra o i t ver t e age o seve a y I ' ISt. Vincents J ttlngs ] Y ~,~m ~mu, m~.4~.~m~,~ mspwauona~ eauersmp. ~pprecta- o lln mmm~ area puonc SChOOlS, ne]TV.Movie Guide 111 (Continued on Page 7) son of Robert J. Doran and (the mend Durst, River Forest. ]tion was also expressed to Men-[ Ot complete anstmenee (no meat) on rrmay anu fsaid, and3,127 inCatholicI '~--~ --- ST. PAUL, Minn; ,(NC)--Em- signor Wahl for his contribution of] partial abstinenee (meat at principal meal only) on [schools. I pioyers nave an ooligadon in time and assistance in every . I Heavy tmruen [ ,g ~ ~,~,~ .~.~,~z.= :.~' -~,~~ ~hl~'~ '~ ~,~, justice to establish and enforce i phase of the drive. Praise went to/ Wednesday and Saturday. [ "This has placed a very heavy[ ~Th~'~'~'~ ~,"z~-~~V/~ ~+22~o~ b~,~,~ ~',~,P~o~ work standards fortheir em-]Mr. Ben Michels for his splendidi [financial burden upon Catholics of l . 1,mmmm m~ m ~lmmmmmm ~mm~m~mmm~mlmlm~mmmm o ee s a rouf h ] h aid It re re p y ', g p o Catho'c "n- leadership of the Basic Dg'~D~,ID('*,~:~~l~"~#'o the diocese,' e s " . " p - t . &IlPIPI~ dustrial relations men has con-]mittee and to Mrs. Harry C. n~,lum. ~uxv,-~, ~n~ux. sents a saving to the taxpayers of [ THE OBSERVERo -,~ eluded. !Murphy for the enthusiastic and'= [Dade county--based upon the pub- : ~o'3kf~rdUnl~[cn ~'" : ~The Guild of St. Joseph came outstanding parttheWomen's lic school superintendent's figure m .~ -' " e t this conclusion after a two ' m I ~f CqOl~ ntis- ~n+ r, hilA ,',f +h,~ ~, m m ~ncloseo tina $ Ior sUoscr]puons tu u m -committee played intheca - ~.~ e -- . ,~ t : i I~ --^ ,L ~ c ,~ L ~ sent as unrls~mas UhtS tO tile 10ttvwttt~I I "- u u 1t 1 ~Luuy. palgn, ot ~t,zts,aou eac 1 year I |