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12--TH'E PROGRESS Friday, Feb. 7, i i Father Szeman The Church on Ice A jump from past to future in a single generation: this is what Iceland represents. The religious history of the country is unique. Settled first by Irish monks looking for hermitages, it was then inhabited by pagan Norsemen and seamen whose travels had brought them into con- tact with Christianity. In the year 1000, Parliament established a national Christ- ianity. During the Reformation, Church property passed to the Danish King, who imposed Lutheranism on the people and then neglected to provide them with the means of life. Famine and disease followed. Iceland gained some independence in the 19th century and granted religious freedom: the state church remain- ed Lutheran but other churches could exist legally. The first post-Reformation priests came to serve French fishermen visiting Icelandic harbors, but the Vatican did not organize a mission to the Icelanders themselves until the begin. Poetry Book Published By Ft. Wright Nun SPOKANE -- First copy of "From the Darkroom," a book of poems by Sister Mary Gil- bert, S.N.J.M., has been re- ceived by the author at Fort Wright College where the well- known writer has been a mum, bur of the English faculty for the past 13 years. Published by the Bobbs - Merrill Company, "From the Darkroom" is her third book. Born in Oregon, Sister Gil- S0ciety t0r The Propagation of the Faith Re'. stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 Ring of the 20th century. Iceland was made a Prefecture Aposto- lic in 1923 and a Vicariate Apostolic in 1929. Iceland's Catholic Church consists of Bishop Johannes Guanarsson, whose father was at one time the country's only native Catholic, six Dutch and two Icelandic priests, Dutch and Belgian Sisters, and about 800 faithful. There is little or no anti-Catholic prejudice and the Church is highly respected. The greatest source of conversions seems to be Iceland's young people, to whom religion is now largely outside the stream of modern living. If the Church can avail itself of the country's feeling for the past and the peculiar nature of the Reformation there, it might well fill their many spiritual and intellectual voids. Just a little interesting fact that we could hardly overlook: Father Lynge, the only adult Catholic born in Greenland, a neighboring country, is also the only priest with Eskimo ancestry. Converted at the age of 19 after meeting Catholics in Den- mark, he was ordained in the United States. He has now re- turned to bring the Faith to Greenland, which has been away bert is a graduate of Maryl- hurst College and holds a mas- ter's degree from the Univer- sity of Oregon. Her poems and short stories hav e appeared widely in literary magazines and a short story of hers ap- peared in the "The Best Amer- ican Short Stories of 1962." She is also known as a lecturer and teacher of writing, and for her public readings of her own poetry. The publisher's evaluation of "From the Darkroom" comments, "Here for the first time in book form is the work of a poet widely ac- knowledged to be one of to- day's most important Catho- lic poets. "In turn touching, revealing, humorous, the poems evoke SISTER MARY GILBERT The 64-page volume includes 45 poems with subject matter ranging from "Peacocks" and "Skid Row" to "A Kind of Resurrection" and "On the Sci- ence of Criticism and the Art of Poetry." SU Journalism Dept. Readies 4th Workshop Journalists from Seattle high schools in four Pacific North- west states and British Colum- bia will attend the Fourth An- nual Northwest Catholic High School Press Workshop on the campus of Seattle University February 14 and 15. The students will, in a fast- paced 24 hour period, organ- ize, write, edit and print an eight-page tabloid newspaper. Journalism majors and mem- bers of the staff of the S.U. campus paper, the Spectator, will offer advice and assist- ance. Kaethe Ellis, a junior major- ing in political science, is execu- tive director of the Workshop. Gone Esquivel, a journalism se- nior, is production director. Last year's workshop at- tracted 165 delegates from 31 high schools in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana as well as British Columbia. The Workshop participants arrive on Friday afternoon, register, get assignments and begin working on the Work- shop newspaper, "Student Prints," immediately. Satur- day afternoon they gather at the printer's to watch their ef- forts take printed form. The session concludes with a banquet on the campus at which awards for the participants are presented. Miss Ellis explains that "Through the workshop, the SU journalism department hopes to give the high school students the experience of working un- der the pressure of a daily dead- line, something few high schools are able to offer. "An additional objective is the hope that these high school stu- dents will become the college and professional journalists of tomorrow." VALENTINE GIFTS rein KAUFER'S .j ROSARIES MEDALS CHAINS MISSALS Gilts jor the Whole Family the KAUFER CO. 4th at STEWART MA 2-4173 also . . . Spokane and Tacoma first in catholic su MADISON LUMBER CO. Sister Mary Gilbert's acute in- sight and her unusual powers Paie, Lsmber and Hardware a of observation and feeling and description of humanity, of the world about her and of the in- ner heart." Requiem Today For Ft. Mosey Reguiem Mass was said to- Speech Team Wins Sweepstakes day, Feb. 7, in St. Charles ADMIRING THE Sweepstakes Trophy they won at the Gonzaga University Speech .Church, Portland, for Rev. Ray- Tournament last week are, from left, Jerry LaSalle, Joe Alex, Tim Robinson, Roy. J. mend Walter Mosey, pastor of A. Carroll, S.J., speech coach; Jeff Carey, Paul Muckerheide, Mike Gladych ahd Jack St. Rose of Lima Parish in Damlos. The speakers won three of five events, tying Gonzaga Prep. Carey won first- Wrangell, Alaska, who died place in all orates T rounds, Gladych in impromptu speaking and Tim Robinson in in- there February 2. Death was terpretative reading. Participating were 47 schools from the four northwestern states In believed due to a heart attack, another competition at Whitworth College, Damlos and Muckerheide topped all con- Father Mosey s death is the testants. Other speech coaches are Mr. Richard Ellis, S.J., Mr. David Sprague, S.J., and first among the diocesan clergy Mr. Joseph Stocking, S.J. -- (Photo by Dennis Williams, Seattle Prep.) since the Diocese of Juneau was created by Pope Plus XlI Holy Name First Vows in 1951. "A Bit of Old Seattle" M, KI wE,t m. HOMEITEAD CHICKEN PRIME RIB SEAFOOD STEAKS open 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wed. thru Sat. I p.m. - g p.m. Sundew Banquets. Group Luncheons. Receptions. ISpecial Plates for Children) AMPLE PARKING Breakfast Lunch from the Church for four centuries. The Most Reverend Dermot Plans Kennedy Made in Iowa The charity of Christ and the story of the Gospel is coming O'Flanagan, Bishop of Juneau, to this vast land that has waited all these years, celebrated the Mass. Burial tel- By Local Girl Memornal Mass lowed in Calvary Cemetery, DUBUQUE, Iowa -- Sister Cut out this column, pin your saerifiee to it and mail it to Portland Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the " A memorial Mass for the late Mary Ann Miehaela (Michaela Father Mosey, 44, was born ...... F Kenn d" will Hoyt), daughter of Mr. and Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. m" t-'ortlana ....... ana oraamea a .Yresloent ...... donn . e y, Mrs. A. E. (Ted) Hoyt of St. De said at 'J a m atumay, priest in St. Andrew Church . . Teresa Parish, Seattle, made j THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . . . there June 25, 1949, by the Most Feb. 22, in St. James Cathedral. her first vows as a Sister of Rev.. Francis. D. Gleeson, S.J,. lne ..... mass is vemg" off,u-' -t Charity of the Blessed Virgin Bishop of Fanrbanks, Alaska ......... Mary in profession and recep- ...... me request at the rcnomcesan tieR ceremonies at Mount Car- Me was ass,gnea as prmcipm .............. ITALIAN umon oz laony lame ocmues of Plus Mission School in Skag- . mel, Dubuque, Iowa, Sunday, way from 1949-52; as assistant Handling Holy Name arrange- Feb. 2. pastor of Cathedral Parish, Ju- ments will be John S. Endal, His Excellency, the Most SPAGHETTI neau, from 1952-57 and as ad- vice president. Reverend George J. Biskup, ministrator there from 1957 un- - Auxiliary Bishop of Dubuque, til 1959 when he was assigned A cabinet meeting will be held officiated at the Mass and HOUSE to Wrangell. to discuss the Mass at 7 p.m. ceremonial. Sixty-threenovleesmade and PIZZERIA Survivors include his mother, Thursday, Feb. 13, in St. Ca- their first simple vows of -- Mrs. Joseph Mosey, Portland; brini Hospital cafeteria. Din- poverty, chastity, and abed- Specializing in ......... nor wm precede me caD]net fence for one year. Receiving t 70 Stores In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You a brother, Edward, and three ......... sisters, mrs. Lorraine tommrt, - - the B.V.M. habit with a white FULL COURSE gathering at 6 p m Presiding I ll Portland; Mrs. June Noll, Tilla- " " veil and their religious ITALIAN DINNERS mook, Ore., and Sister M. Con- will be John D. Spellman, presi- names were 0. postulants. DORE silia, S.S.M., Beaverton, Ore. dent. The majority of the newly wlthyourfavorltebeverage JohnF professed sisters, now known  4:30 p.m. to , a.m. Fifth SO Prof Awarded as "scholastics," will continue  Wednesday thru Saturday; their studies at Clarke College, Oanforth Study Grant D.buque, or at Mundelein Col-  Sunday, 4:30 to 10:30 lege, Chicago.  Delicious Pizza and FOR Joseph J. Gallucci, an in- iag a n d religious eommitt.  Spaghetti FOOT O' MADISON STREET CORPORATION structor in the music depart- ment and inquiry in the can- ment, is the fifth Seattle Uni- didate's own faith. LEGAL NOTICES To Take Out PIER 54 versity faculty member to re- Gallucci, a native of Tacoma .l LA. 2-9790 -------------------------------" COUNSEL co,o, Danforth Teacher who attended Bellarmine High MOSCHETTOoAttorneysALFIERI & DRIANOfor Estate 9524 Barbell Way N,E, Grant, according to an an- School there, expects to corn- sa Olympic National Life Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98104 nouncement by Pressley C. plete his graduate studies in m THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE r/vy/M /Mff'M,vyyffhy ./hr McCoy, associate director of time to return to S.U. in the stats of Washington for the County of King. the Danforth Foundation of St. fall quarter of 1965. in the Matter of the Estate of COSMO Louis. Other S.U. faculty members . ROCKEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. G a I I u c e i who graduated who have won Danforth grants ,7,979. Notice to Creditors. CHUCK WAGON , Notice Is hereby given that the under- from S.U. in 1957 with a are: Dr. Anita Yourglich, Dr. sgned hes been appointed and has quail- DINNEi "straight A" record, is on leave J.R. Larson, Albert B. Mann fled as Executrix of tha estate of Cosmo J. Rockey, Deceased; that all persons of absence to complete his and Thomas J. McInerney (now having claims against said deceased are graduate study for a doctorate on leave to teach at Fairfield verified,hereby requlredon saldtexecutrlxServe theor sameher utter-dUly at Harvard University. He is University in Connecticut). nays of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk one of 50 out of over 400 ap- of said Court, together with proof of such plicants chosen for a 1964-65 New Nuncio service within six months after the date teacher grant, samef firStwlllPUbllcatiOnbe barred.at this notice, or the Danforth grants are made To Paraguay Data of first publication Feb. 7, 1964. CARMELITA J. ROCKEY, on the basis of academic VATICAN CITY (NC)--Arch- Executrix of said Estate. 563 Olympic Naflonol Life Bldg., ability, p e r s o n a ! qualities bishop Vittore Righi, formerly Seattle, Wash. 98104. promising success in teach- ' " JOSEPH MOSCHETTO of Apostohc Nuncio to Iran, has MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI a DRIANO, II been named by Pope Paul VI Aflorneya for Estate, as Apostolic Nuncio to Pare- sa olympic National Life Bldg.', "Outstanding Qualities guay. Seattle, Wash. 98104 VOTE ..,,i of Leadership" , Breakdown of Vote "' '"' CHERBERG On Ribicoff Tax Bill Let's Get Seattle Going/ Elect JOHN A. CHERBERG MAYOR WASHINGTON (NC)--Following is a breakdown "... We can no longer have the security of of the 48 to 45 Senate vote February 4 which de- an island. We are an integral part of a greater feared the Ribicoff college expense tax credit pro- world . . . where advancements are being posal: made in all areas. We must move forward as a city.. there is no standing still.., to do so FOR--45 AGAINST--48 is to invite stagnation and disaster. We have Allott Keating Aiken Mansfield no reason to stagnate... We have every rea- Buell Kuchel Anderson McCarthy son to look forward to the future with confi- Bennett Lausche Bartlett McGee dance. We have the resources, the climate, the Boggs Long of Me. Bayh McGovern skills, and most of all, we have the people Brewster Magnuson Bible McNamara who are willing to pay the price of a competi- Carlson Melntyre Burdiek Metcalf rive and winning city. Case Mechem Byrd of Va. Miller "... When our growth stops.., we need Cooper Morton Byrd of W. Va. Monroney broader and stronger exercise of leadership Cotton Mundt Church Morse than we have had in the past and I say we Curtis Nelson Clark Moss need it now " --JOHN A. CHERBERG. 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