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CARDINAL DE GOUVEIA Cardinal Gouveia Dies g Continued from Page 1) )Cardinal de Gouveia was quick to issue a public call for pray- era for the triumph of the motherland. "We have faith in the vie- tory of Portugal, which is the victory of Christian civiliza- tion, of justice, of human brotherhood," he said in Lou- D renco Marques late last spring. Mozambique showed none of the signs of growing national- ism that resulted in bloodshed in her sister territory. But Cardinal de Gouveia seized on the occasion of his 25th anni- versary as a bishop last July 9 to issue a pastoral letter re- asserting t h e rightness o f Portuguese rule. Rule out dreams of independence, he told the people of Mozambique, for the country's destiny lies with Portugal. "For four and a half centu- ries, Portugal has governed this territory of Mozambique, through i t s representatives, ates of the central power n Lisbon. During this long period, peace was disturbed only at the end of the last cen- tury , not, fortunately, by a spirit of revolt among the na- tives, but by agents of foreign powers who wishes to exploit the country for their own ends. "Apart from this incident, peace and order have pre- vailed in this province, which has been of great social and political benefit to the popu- lation. "No one with knowledge can truthfully affirm that Portugal has not carried out in Mozam- bique the mission of the moer country with humanity and no- bility... Cardinal de Gouveia insisted the intense ant|white feel- ing characteristic of the Man Mau movement did not exist in those parts of Africa where Catholic or Protestant schools prevailed. Cardinal de Gouveia was ar- dent in his devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and visit. the Marian shrine at Fatima enever he had an opportun- -,v ity. In 1958, during the celebra- tion of the 1OOth anniversary of the Blessed Virgin's appar- itions at Lourdes, France, he CARDINAL CIGOGNANI Requiem Sung For Cardinal (Continued from Page 1) nando Cardinal Cento of the Vatican administrative staff. The Pope imparted absolu- tion. Only a few hours after he heard of Gaetano Cardinal Ci- cognani's death, the Pontiff wrote a letter of condolence to his brother, Amleto Cardinal Cicognani, expressing his great sorrow to the Papal Secretary of State and assuring him that "We share your grief and that of your family." The Pope recalled the late Cardinal's exemplary priestly life, his diplomatic missions and "his shrewd and deserv- ing activity in the work of the Sacred Roman congrega- tions" of which he was a member. "We bear witness with grate- full and heartfelt memory," he said, "to the generous and real assistance which he gave with a spirit of edifying loyalty in the concerns and undertakings of Our apostolic ministry. The valuable services he rendered to the Universal Church and the Holy See constitute noble merits that make his name worthy of gratitude, veneration and prayer." In his will, the Cardinal left his entire estate to charity an.d Church institutions. He requested a simple tuner. al without speeches, saying that if anyone wanted to honor his memory, they should give to the poor. His will said: I thank everyone who during my lifo has helped me with his teach- ings and eounsel, with his ex- ample, with his prayers . . . My last thoughts go to my parents and to the Vicar of Christ." He recalled the popes under whom be had worked, begin. ning with St. Plus X, and stat- ed "I thank my sovereigns for the trust they have placed in their servant." Anti-Red School To Begin The Puget Sound School of Anti-Communism w i 11 o p e n Monday, Feb. 12, in the Olym- pic Hotel, Seattle. Classes will run through Thursday, Feb. 16. The school is under the direc- tion of Dr. Fred C. Schwarz, authority on the menace of world Communism. Sessions will run from 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 p.m. each day. Among the faculty will be W. Cleon Skousen, former FBI agent and author of "The Naked Communist"; Herbert Philbrick, f o r m e r counterspy for the FBI and author of "I Led Three Lives"; George Murphy, mo- tion picture star and Holly- wood film executive; Robert Morris, president of the Uni- versity of Dallas, and former Chief Counsel of the Senate Internal Security Subcom- mittee; and Dr. Tirzo Del Junzo, M.D., surgeon, for- merly of Cuba" and a School- mate of Fidel Castro in Havana. Classes to be given include: Philosophy of Communism, Communist Appeal to the In- tellectuo|, Communist Party, Communist Fronts and Cap- tive Organizations and How to Debate With Communists and Fellow Travelers. Dr. Schwarz 'will conduct these Classes. Willard E. Rhodes, Seattle food chain executive, is honor- cry chairman and vice chair- man is William P. Talbot, Boeing executive. Sessions To Be Televised KTVW-TV, Channel 13, will telecast evening sessions of the Anti-Communism School live and direct from the Olym- pic Bowl from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. each evening, February 12 through 16. Tuesday night's session will be telecast from the Civic lee Arena. Channel 13 will also again rebroadcast "Hollywood's An. swer to Communism" Sun- day, Feb. II, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. St. John's Plans Breakfast A father-daughter breakfast is planned by St. John Parish Holy Name Society Sunday, Feb. 11, following the 8:15 a.m. Mass. French toast, bacon, juice, hot chocolate and coffee will be served. Jay Coulter is the cook and Leon Sedies is the chair- man. Frank Daquila will provide accordion music. Activities Calendar Major events sponsored by Catholic organizations called his people to take part are listed here. The purpose of the calendar is to aid in the observance. He stress- ' in avoiding conflict of dates in scheduling events. List- ed especially the Virgin's ings should be sent to The Progress in writing. call for prayer and p.enance, Cardinal de Gouvma was a member of several major bod- ies in the central administra- tion of the Church, among them the Sacred Congregations of the Sacrarpents, for the Propagation o,ththe Faith, and of Seminaries and Universities. He was also a member of the Central Preparatory Commis- sion for the coming ecumenical council. Medical Librarians Name Head Mrs. Elizabeth Schultz, as- sistant director, S c h o o I for Medical R e c o r d Librarians, Providence Hospital, Seattle, was elected president-elect of the Seattle and Vicinity Asso- ciation of Medical Record Li- brarians at a recent meeting. Mrs. Ethel Ottersbach of the Doctors' Hospital, Seattle, was installed as president. Mrs. A u s t r e b e rta Laigo, Group Hospital, Seattle, was the im- mediate past president. Other officers are Yvonne Barr, University of Washington Hospital, Seattle, and Margaret Fritz, Be|lard Hospital, Seattle. It was announced that all graduates of Seattle University. Providence Hospital School for Medical Record Librarians pas- sed the registration examine- of the American Associa- tion of Medical Record Librar- ians. They are Misses Kather- ine Kelly, United States Public Health Hospital, Seattle; Joan McMaster, Everett G e n e r a l Hospital, Everett; D o n n e t a Pyle, Skagit Valley Hospital, Mount Vernon; Rosemary tedeVenson, M e r c y Hospital, ding, Calif; and Edna Tan- imoto, Holy Cross Hospital, San Fernando, Calif. Polish Cardinal To Go. To Rome BERLIN (NC)--Stefan Cardi- nal Wyszynski, Primate of Po- nd, has been granted a dipl,o- atic passport by his nation s mmunist government to al- low him to go to Rome to at. tend the February 19 to 27 ses- sion of the Central Preparatory commission for the coming ecu- menical council, according to reports reaching here. February 9, 1962--Annual St. Joseph Mothers Club dance, D.A.R. Hall. February 9, 1962- St. Luke Parish Valentine Dance, 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m., school audito- rium. February 10, 1962--Christ the King Parish Parents Club Val. entine dance, parish hall. February 1O, 1962.---St. Mark Buffet Dinner, parish hall. February 1O, 1962--Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Boosters Club Parish Anniversary Dance, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. High Point Gym, 3000 S.W. Graham. February 11, 1962 -- Holy Names Academy Parents Club, Italian Food Banquet, 6 p.m., Casa Italiana. February 14, 1962 -- Seattle Prep Mothers Club luncheon- card party, St. Joseph Parish Hall, '12:30 p.m., mothers of sophomores hostesses. February 17, 1962 -- Blessed Sacrament Parish Mothers Club pre-lenten supper, school gym- nasium. February 18, 1962--Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish West Holden Guild Spaghetti Dinner, 2 to 7 p.m., Olympic Heights Club, 7904 35th S.W. February 20, 1962--St. Bene- dict Parish Mothers Club fash- ion show, school auditorium, 48th and Wallingford, 8 p.m. February 24, 1962 -- St. Jo- seph Parish Ladies' Guild hat sale, social hall. February 24, 1962 -- Jubilee Club, annual semi-formal dance, Chamber of Commerce Ball- room. February 24, 1962--St. Luke Parish Cub Scouts Blue and Gold Dinner. February 24, 1962--St. John Parish Athletic Association dance, 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Ballard V.F.W. Hall, 2812 Mar- ket St. Music by Joe Farmer. February 27, 196--Assump- tion Parish Mothers Club fash- ion show and luncheon, 12 noon, Edmond Meany Hotel. March 1, 1962--St. Philomena Parish, St. Margaret Mary and St. Clare Guilds' spring lunch- eon, 12 noon, parish hall, S. 222nd and 19th Ave. S. March 2, 1962 -- Blancbet High School Mothers Club and p a r ty and program, 1 p.m., cafeteria, Blanchet High School, 8200 Wallingford, mothers of sophomores hostesses. March 2-3, IN--Blessed Sac- rament Parish Mothers Club rummage sale, old school build- ing. March 4, 1962--Friends of St. Peter Claver, Buffet interna- tionale, 4 p.m., St. Peter Claver Center, 17th and E. Jef- ferson. March 6, lg62--Holy Rosary Mothers Club annual luncheon, 11 a.m., Seattle Tennis Club. March 16, 1962 -- St. Anne Parish annual crab supper. March 17, 1961--St. Patrick Dinner, St. Mark Parish hall, 18033 15th P1. N.E. March 18, 1962-..St. Patrick's Day Dinner sponsored by La- dies Club of St. Paul Parish, 57th and S. Ryan St. March 22, 1962--Seattle Uni- versity G u i 1 d presents Lor- raine Cares|no, soprano, recent soloist with Seattle Symphony Orchestra, "Italian Musical In- terlude," 2 p.m., William Pigott Auditorium. March 22, 1962--Archdioce- san Council of Catholic Wo- men, Day of Recollection, Sacred Heart Church, 205 2nd Ave. N., Seattle. April 6-7, 1962--Blessed Sac- rament Parish Mothers Club plant sale, parish grounds. April 7-8, 1962--Queen of An- gels Guild, Christ the King Ladies Sodality, plant sale, school playground. April 25, 1962---O'Dea Moth- ers Club luncheon and card party, St. Joseph Parish Hall, 12 noon. Mothers of freshmen hostesses. April 26, 1962--Ladies' Auxil- iary of Mount St. Vincent Home card party, Olympic Hotel. May 3, 1962--St. Martin's Mothers Club Burse Party, 1:30 p.m. Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel, Seattle. May 4, 1962---Blanche{ High  School Mothers Club card party and program, I p.m., cafeteria, Blanchet H i g h School, 9200 Wallingford, mothers of fresh- men, hostesses. May 6, 1962 -- St. Benedict Parish Mothers Club plant sale, school grounds, 49th and Wall- lag ford. May 8, 1962--Durocher Club dessert luncheon card party at Holy Names Academy, 12:30 p.m. June 5, 1962---St. Alphonsus Parish Altar Society, luncheon and card party, 1 p.m., school hall. Sister Formation Leaders Study Needs of Peru Nuns HN Novices Take i Temporary Vows LIMA, Peru (NC)Two in Mexico, El Salvador, Gun- Member communities as- : prime movers in promot- temala and Colombia. sign experts from among the ing the full spiritual and Speaking of the Sister For- various fields of the aposto- mat|on Program in the United late to work for the confer- MARYLHURST, Ore.-- Tern- world has benefited by their ; professional development States, Sister Ritamary stated enee and thereby offer their porary vows were pronounced generosity." of Sisters in the United that the "miracle of Sister For- training and experience to all at the Convent of the Holy The spanker warned the Sis- ters to face the future with States arrived in Peru to spread marion has been not the multi, other communities. Names here February 5 by five great confidence, knowing that' understanding of their act|v|- million dollar training centers "The com blued force of novices, immediately before a the Arm of God has not been i for Sisters, but the unity of United States and Canadian ties. Christian charity that has be- Sisters numbers aim us t one Mass offered by Rev. Thomas shortened and the more diffi- Sister Annette Waiters, ex- come evident and operative quarter of a million," stated B. Laughlin, convent chaplain cult the times the more abun- i ecutive secretary of the Sister through the mutual contacts of Sister Annette. "If the impact and delegate of the Most Rev- dant will be His grace, i Formation Conference, and various communities working of this great number of Sisters erend Edward D. Howard, To the parents of the young ! religious he said, "When you Sister Ritamary Bradley, as- together in the apostolate." were brought fully to bear on Archbishop of Portland. walked to the altar to receive the religious life in North sist a n t executive secretary, The Sister Formation Con- America, the change wouldcer. Parents and friends of the the sacrament of matrimony came here at the invitation of ference in the United States is tainly be startling. Certainly, young religious received Holy you did not realize that the Archbishop Romolo Carboni, a cooperative effort on the part that m a n y carefully trained Communion with them a n d Triune God would this morn. ing take the fruit of your Apostolic Nuncio to Peru, to of most of the communities of enemies of the Church would witnessed the ceremony, union as the expression of study the possibility of found- teaching and nursing Sisters to be fearful. We must make our Candidates for vows were your love of Him. Y o u ing a Sister Formation Con- pool their resources for re. numbers felt." terence in Peru. search, study and training. Such The Sisters' activity in Peru presented by Rev. Lowell prolnised you would be dedi- Sister Annette, a member of cooperefion enables individual include joint meetings with the Blackburn, pastor of St. Hel- coted to each other and ac- the Sisters of St. Joseph of communities to have access to major superiors of both men en Church, Junction City. eept His blessing, and we see that blessing abundantly Carondolet, is stationed in facilities and information that and women Religious, private They were Sister Mary Fidel- bestowed." Not only the con. Washington, D. C., and Sister would be otherwise unavail- talks with the mjor superiors is (Faith Hauer of Spokane), secrated religious, but their Ritamary, of the Sisters of the able. of a number of women's corn- Holy Humility of Mary, is from Sister Ritamary emphasized munities and visits to several Sister M. Monica Joan (Kath- parents and all their dear Ottumwa Heights College in that "the needs of the modern religious houses. Mother Domi- ryn Burke of Salem), Sister ones will share in the hun- Iowa. world are so complex that sin- tila, president of the Federa- Edithe Maureen (Clio Osman dred-fold." They began a two-week gle communities can no longer tion of Women Religious of of North Bend, Ore.), Sister depth stady of religious corn- confront them effectively with- Peru, and Mother Trinita, are" Emmanuel Mary (Gall Mil- k | d|='non-'c ='| munities here f o l I o w i n g out the help of specialized bod- supervisizing the program for briefer visits to major cities ies dedicated to the task." the Sisters' visit, holland of Edmonds, Wash.), and Sister Gordon Mary (Kay Burton of Rockford, Wash.). p )stulants m iI Father Laughlin was assist. .......... ed by Rev. John J. Reedy, K i a"ece've" pastor of St. Vincent's, Salem. Also present in the sanctuary were Rev. Nicholas Deis of MARYLHURST, Ore.- At a community ceremony February Seaside, Rev. Emil Kies of 5, 35 young women were re- North Bend, Rev. Ervin Toner ceived as canonical postulants S.J., of Portland, the Rev. Suit- They began their preliminary bert Moors, O.S.A., of Ladner, preparation August 25, as the B.C., and Father Blackburn. first group to follow the new The sermon was given by plan of an ll-month postulancy Father Suitbert, who directed replacing the. former period of the eight-day retreat preceding six months. the ceremony. Having completed the first "It is a tremendous hour phas e of preparation, they have now been accepted for the sec. when God accepts the .dedi- end step, canonioal postulancy. cation of youth," said Father Rev. Thomas B. Laughlin, con- Suitbert. "With awe and fer- vent chaplain, as the Most Rev- erence we see that still in erend Archbishop Edward How- this materialistic age there arcs representative, received are young people willing to them into the Novitiate. give definite shape to their Postulants from the Arch. lives by consecrating them- selves totally to GOd because diocese of Seattle are: Mary they love Him. We have no Ellen Robinson, Joan Spiller, Ann MacKay, Marie Sprague, idea of the fruits of your dedication. Only God can see Patrieia Solon, Julia Green, what good the Sisters do. Hannah Hirabayashi, Cather- "How much this part of the ine Ferguson, Maureen world has benefited by the O Brien, Sharon Mirante, Sisters of your own Commun- Kathleen O'Leary, Patrieia The Progress Among Others Cited By, U$O.NS ity Over a century ago your Haggerty , all of Seattle. foundresses sent almost one- From the Archdiocese of A CERTIFICATE, awarded "in recognition of distinguished service to the men and worn- third of their Order to the Portland: Patricia Pfenning, en of America's Armed Forces through the United Service Organizations, Inc." was pre- West. Only God will ever know Anne Bennett, Mary Breiling, seated Sunday to The Progress by the use Club, operated by the National Catholic how much this part of the and Patricia McCrann, all of Portland; Christine Weber, Ti- Community Service in Seattle. Making the presentation at the 21st anniversary celebration gard; Mary Davies, Eugene; program was Rev. John J. Murphy, O.M.I. (left), use chaplain. Accepting the award was Rev. James H. Grandrau, editor of The Progress. This award was among those pre- Alaska Sue Woodruff, Vivian Ripp, Joanne Peterson, Levada John- seated to individuals and organizations, assisting the USO-NCCS Club. "The Progress for J! son and Carolyn Coleman, all years has given the USO-NCCS Club generous coverage, aided in recruiting volunteers Sea Cha ains of Salem; Sally Brown, Mil- and provided other aids and home hospitality," according to Mrs. Margaret Clegg, direc- Appointed waukie; Dolores Cooper, Gold tor. More than 250 persons attended the program and saw Alice Lorigan, a junior host- Hill; JoAnn Leberti, Charles- ass, crqwned USO-NCCS Queen. Father Grandrau represented the Most Reverend Thomas JUNEAU, Alaska, Feb. 7.-- ton. (Special)- Nine priests have From the Diocese of Baker: A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, and was principal speaker that evening, been appointed chaplains for Frances Rufener, Madras. the Apostleship of the Sea in From the Diocese of SPO- *::: :::: ............... ::::' Pros the Diocese of Juneau by the kane: Mary Anderson, Mau- : r e s S Most Reverend Dermot O'Flan- reen Maloney, Christine eta, 2 26 agan, Bishop. Rosemary Thialman, Judith a ns i J Their appointment was ap- Keolker, all of Spokane. : proved by the National Catholic From Montana: Mary Gary, , DIUIsc iDelers Apostleship of Sea Conference Bozeman; Janiese Loeken, Hot r and its president, Rev. John J. Springs; Alice Wagner, Murphy, O.M.I., port chaplain Nashua. (Continued from Page 1) of Seattle. Rev. James Mallahan; The new chaplains are: Youth S,,mphonv.. attle, : Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seat- The Rev. Robert M. Bickford, tle, Rev. David White; St. S.J., Ketchikml; Rev. Ramond Ol'lcer' CQnce||ed Alphonsus, S e a t t 1 e, Rev. W. Mosey, Wrangell; Rev. Michael Cody; St. Bernadette, Maurice F. Corrigan, S.J., To properly prepare for its " Seattle, Rev. Gerald Moffat; Sitka; Rev. Matthew E. Hoch, World's Fair concert, the Youth : St. Luke, Sattle, Rev. John Juneau; Rev. James F. Miller, Symphony Orchestra concert, Thirlkel, S.S.; St. John, Seat- Skagway; Rev. Edward O ill, scheduled for February 17 in C.Ss. R., Seward; Rev.|2 hn Meany Hall, has been can- .... fie'Mary'Rev.seattle'DennisRev.Muehe;Patrickst. J. Marx, Kodiak; Rev. J(! h A. celled, it was announced by Clark; St. Matthew, Seattle, tunney, Cordova; and ] ] .v. Vilem Sokol, conductor. Rev. James Gandrau; Francis A. Murphy, Anchbrage. Mr. Sokol explained that the St. Francis, Seahurst, Rev. The diocesan Apostleship of Youth Symphony Orchestra has William M o r r i s, S.S. and the Sea was recently initiated been invited to present a con- Rev. Joseph Erny; SS. Aegi- in the diocese, cert at the World's Fair April dius and Mary, Abereden, 30. Rev. Stanton Boyle; Sacred Heart, Bellevue, Rev. Wil- African University liam Qu een an, S.S.; St. Given Grant Mary, Kelse, Rev. Joseph NEW YORK, (NC)--A $100- UNUSUAL Lyons; St. Rose, Longview, 000 great has been made by the  i 00oh. to ,, Mary, Marysville, Rev. John University in the Congo to con- Doherty; tinue research in the social and I;NI[RS[]N [il Our Lady Queen of Heaven, economic problem of the Congo. Tacoma, Rev. Felix Wirth, The grant was included in a O.S.B.; St. John of the $14 million increase in grants Woods, Tacoma, Rev. Jerome made by the foundation f o r Original JewelrY F Dooley; St. Martin of Tours, programs in A f rice, Latin Danny Thomas ulfills VOW Tacoma, Rev. Luke O'Donnell, America, the Caribbean area, 51,,,,, ,....,w., I O.S.B.; Star of the Sea, Port the Near Eest and south and COMEDIAN Danny Thomas stands in front of a statue Townsend, Rev. Vincent Mc- southeast Asia. of St. Jude Thaddeus to whom he promised 25 years ago Eachen, 0.P.; St. Edward, that he would build a shrine if he made good as a per- Shelton, Rev. Thomas Daly. former. The picture was taken at the dedication of the shrine in Memphis, Tenn. Bishop Receives African Praises Publication Lauds Cardinal's Ring Irish Priests Dr. Niemoeller .... SAN JUAN, P.R.--(NC)--An DUBLIN--(NC)--Praise for VIENNA. (NC)--The Aus' episcopal ring which once be- the work of Irish missionaries longed to Manuel Cardinal Ar- ia Tanganyika and for Irish trian Catholic publication Die teagay Betancourt, Archbishop sponsorship of schooling" for Furche praised German Lu- of Havana, Cuba, will be pre- young Tanganyikans was given theran theologian Pastor Mar-" seated to Auxiliary Bishop Luis here by Dunstan A. Omeri, the tin Niemoeller, a president of Aponte Martinez of Ponce dur- Tanganyikan High Commission- the World Council of Churches, ing a television program here. er in London. He came here to A Cuban woman acquired the attend a Tanganyika Independ- on the occasion of his 70th ring at an auction sale in i ence Ball. birthday, January 14. Havana after the aged Cardinal donated it for charitable pur- Lay Retreat Schedule She will present it to Bishop Aponte on behalf of Cuban mothers exiled in Puerto I , Pain?, Lu.ber gad Hardwares The Palisades Visitation Retreat Rico, as a token of apprecia- ....... S (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) tality.tin for Puerto Rican hasp|- 20212021 E.E. MadisonMad= on EAstEAst 2.s.0 Iz.8os0 I February 18-18 ........ .... St. Peter, Seattle St. Mark, Seattle R-F-,LECT CI, hPNC F. [ St. Teresa, Seattle All Saints, Puyallup "ll----------Jt- C,TY TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.: . St. Nicholas, Gig Harbor 11 Reasonable Raf . . . ['ient and " . ! | February 23.25 care,u, handling by men who know how! 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