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12--THE PROGRESS Friday, FeB. Russian People .......... &apos;Example' Good LATROBE, Pa., Feb. 13   (NC) -- Courageous old and young among the Russian people by propa- gating ChristLanity, . '; ................ Catholics in the s t r u g g I against materialism and secu. Father Szeman larism, Bishop Nicholas T. GLAD TO xnouJ E have really been hearing from very many of you people during the past week and it is very gratifying to see such interest in helping the lepers and promoting the education of native priests. Incidentally, if anyone needs, or did not receive one of the pocket calendars from the office here. all they need do is drop us a little note and ask. We will be very happy to see that they receive the calendars. The other day as I was going through material to pass along through this column, I ran across a little note sent to me by someone from one of our towns here in the Archdiocese. The note asked that we pray that soon a priest and Mass may be near to their home. At the present time in this little town ten families drive a round trip of 50 to 70 miles each Sunday to attend Mass. Five cars make the trip on Wednesday to take 32 youngsters to Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Direct)r ' 907 Terry Avenue Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880- Catechism classes and five other families live too far to be able to get to Mass. This shows us that we have missionary countries and fields right here in our own back yard. Did You Know? ? ? ? . . that Poland had some 15,000 catechism schools at the end of the last school year? These are held in Church buildings, as religious instruction in the schools is banned, ... that Protestant converts are more than twice as zealous as Catholics in seeking converts? Some 69 per cent of all Protestants seek to interest others in their churches; the Cath- olic figure is only 28 per cent. Forty-three per cent of the Protestants who do so are successful, as opposed to 17 per cent of the Catholics. . . that 330 young Cubans will study at the University of Patrice Lumumba in Moscow? .. that the Hungarian Communist Party paper has urged replaeing Baptism and other Christian ceremonies with civic- sponsored rites? . . that the Chinese Communists have found the Legion of Mary a great obstacle to their "patriotic movement"? All mem- bers refusing to withdraw from the Legion are subject to punish- ment and imprisonment. . . that the Soviet Union distributed about 100-million volumes of Khrushehev's writings last year, nearly double the number of Bibles and Scriptural portions which were elf- endted throughout the world? . . that the Church conducts more than 7,000 educational institutions in India, including 76 universities and more than 800 high schools? Some 1,600,000 students attend, 53 per cent of whom are non-Catholics. . . that the latest Canadian census shows that Catholics outnumber Protestants for the first time? . ! i i ! ] ! i3!(i :: ] i: i : i ! i .:':i!i!:?!:!:i iii, ::!i'!#!i] i!: : : : i !! !  iTii:ili:!!:]: k ]  : ii)1%:::i :Icy.  :.:::iJi:!:::::::.::i:i:!!i:. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ?::i:::::::L:::i::i:7:::::%!:!!i!!:i:- :: :! ..: :. i ::::!:::?,! .:;::::z  :::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::!:! '::': iT:i!: ::::' ! i]ii::i::::!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i::i::::iii :!i::ii:::::.:: i:i .........  :::: :: :.: ...... .: ============================================================================ +:.:::.. ....., .:::::::::::.: ...... ii!iiii;.i:..-i? " "%! ....... ! " ....... ! .....x.:::::::ii: :: ::::: .:::::::-: -::: ........... ::i:i::!i#i!::...::!:::::!:::::ff:!:::#::.. ii "':]:i:!:i:!::i:!:]::!:i:iii:ii:::::]:?]::Y:!:5]:i::.:i:::::!': ! A YOUNG AFRICAN priest bestows his first blessing on Elko of the Pittsburgh Greek Rite diocese said here. The Bishop was honored here by St. Vincent's College with an honorary doctorate of hu- manities February 12 at a spe- cial eonvoeation. Archabbot Denis Strittmatter, O.S.B., of St. Vineent's archabbey, pre- sided and Father Maximilian G. Duman, O.S.B., college president, conferred the de- gree. "One reason why the Faith has not died out in atheistic Russia is that baptized and in- structed Christians dare to rise above the darkness that sur- rounds them," the Bishop said in his address. "The grand- fathers and grandmothers who baptize secretly make others aware of the responsibility to propagate the Faith. "To cite an example." he continued, "in Leningrad, the Orthodox seminary is situated on the second floor of a build- ing which houses on its first floor a school of atheism. To reach the seminary, the candi- date must have strong convic- tions to pass up the material- istic inducements and oppor- tunities for success that the first floor offers. "Yet, those in authority there inform us that they have the faith to move above the ground floor to higher levels in order to teach the light of Christianity to oth- ers." Bishop Elko observed "If this is being done in the dark- ened highways of an atheistic country'" it s h o u 1 d inspire Catholics everywhere "to tran- scend the mundane, the mate- rialistie and secularistic tenden- cies of the day," Noted Service Of Liturgy To People MUNICH (NC)--The Second Vatican Council has shown that the "glory of the liturgy" lies in its serving people, not enthralling them, according to Julius Cardinal D o e p f n e r, Archbishop of M u n i e h and Friesing. Cardinal Doepfner, speaking at Christmas morning Mass in his cathedral here, said the Church knows it has responsi- bilities in the present era. The Church itself feels the pressing need to show that the Word of God is rooted and living in her very center, he said. He added that the Word must be preached emphatically by litur- gy, sermon, catechism and per- sonal exhortation. The Cardinal paid this trib, ute to His Holiness Pope John XXIII: "We cannot thank the Lord enough thatat a time when the papacy is a. stumbling 'Trappist' Nuns Dig In TRAPPISTINES, a popular name for Cistercian nuns, work on the monastery under construction at Whitehorn, near Garberville, Calif., in the heart of the Redwood em- pire. The Sisters' first home was destroyed by fire shortly after they came to northern California last September. Seven Cistercian nuns form the present community with two addi- tional nuns arriving from Belgium soon. Cultural Pattern Threat To Marriage ST. PAUL, Minn (NC) Marriage failure is "assured for many" by t h e American cultural pattern, a theologian told a group of married couples here. Rev. John 3. O'Sullivan, professor of moral theology at St. Paul Seminary and for- merly a sociology professor at t h e Catholic University of A m e r i e a, Washington, D.C., spoke January 28 at an organ- izingmeeting of Confraternity of Christian Doctrine parent- educator groups. "Good marriages run in fam- ilies," Father O'Sullivan said. "'They are set in childhood and adolescence." He singled out sdfishness as the main cause of mar- riage failure and charged "the dating system fosters selfishness." All m a r r i a g e problems, Father O'Sullivan said, can be broken down to two sources: "undue need of affection and undue need of possessiveness or power over the other." Too many young people, he said, think that happiness s something to be "found" in marriage. Instead, they must "work at marriage a s work at a golf game or any- thing rise that can improve or deteriorate," he said. to give and what to with- hold." Father O'Sullivan said. "The purpose of marriage is not children," he continued, but "to be holy by doing what you are supposed to do," which in- eludes having children, edu- cating them and "helping each other on the way to God." Canadian Bishop Gets New Name, 'Saghale Stick" VICTORIA, B.C. (NC)--Vie- toria's Bishop Remi De Roe has a new name and a "sag- hale stick," both .ifts of In- dians at the Tsawout Reserve near here. In an ancient ceremony dur- ing which the Bishop was wrapped in a colorful blanket, the name of "Stem Le Pleet Schoo-Kun" was given to the prelate. Chiefs told the Bishop he is the first white man to receive an Indian name in an actual Big House ritual. Fifteen witnesses were on hand to remember and pass on to their children's children that only the Bishop can now use the name of "Schoo.Kun." The "saghale stick," newly carved, the Bishop was told, was . fashioned after sticks which-the first missionaries used to teach catechism to the Indians. He urged parents to f0s: The Bishop went to the re- fer "a spirit of moderation servation by boat. Indians in and saerifice" in their 11 war canoes came out to children, meet him and escort him to "A good parent knows what shore. Spaghetti Gets A Latin Twist ROME (Radio, NC) -- For dinner tonight, why not try pasta vermiculata lycopersici liquamine condita?" The phrase means literally. "worm-shaped paste made with the juice of an Egyptian herb," but the exotic-sounding fare is familiar to most as "spaghetti with tomato sauce." This Latin phrase is one of ,000 new entries in the latest edition of an Italian-Latin dic- tionary published by Antonio Cardinal Bacci, a member of the Vatican administrative staff and a long-time champion of the contemporary use of Latin. Cardinal Bacci's dictionary gives Latin translations for modern and unusual works not found in existing ancient or medieval Latin dictionar- ies. The fourth and latest edition has 12,000 Latin entries, includ- ing: television: "imaginum transmission p e r electricas undas," (the transmission of images t h r o u g h electrical waves); journalist: "diariorum scriptor" (a writer of daily events); radioactivity: "vis radiis agens" (a force actirig with rays); Supreme Council of the Soviet Union: "Consilium Foederatie Russiae Civitaibus Moderandis" (the Supreme Council for Ruling the Feder- ated States of Russia). Chang's Sentence Is Suspended SEOUL, Korea (NC)--A mili- tary appeals court here has sentenced former Pi'emier John M. Chang, leading Ko r e a n Catholic layman, to three years ] in jail but has suspended "the I sentence for five years. ' ! Chang, head of the govern- [ meat ousted in May, 1961, by I the military junta now ruling I this Far Eastern nation, was | retried on charges of aiding a plot to overthrow the junta. At his first trial last Septem- ber he was convicted and sen- tenced to a 10-year prison term. 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