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Friday, Feb. 28 I%4 THE PROGRESS--7 The Mystical Body c f Christ Editor's Noe: Both the I;turg;cal and ecumenical movements which have revolutionized In keeping w;th this new interest in the nature of the Church, The Progress presents religious fh!nkincj in the Twentieth Cenrury can only be grasped hrough a clear under- a commentary on "Mysfici Corporis" by Rev. John Paul McManus, S.S., S.T.L., professor sandin9 of the doctrine of +he Mystical Body of Christ. a St. Edward Seminary. The six installments should make excellent Lenten reading and New emphasis on he social nature of the Church has caused increased inares in present a deeper insight into both the liturgical and ecumenical movements which play Pope Plus XIl's monumental encyclical entitled "Mysici Corporis" (The Mystical Body). so important a role in the Church today. This is installment Number 2. By REV. JOHN P. McMANUS, S.S. i, each of us. The good that each of us does as a parent, as a Mystical Body... this collaboration is supplemented neighbor, as a friend is a means that the Holy Spirit uses to by a distinct internal principle, which exists effec- Prayer: Abnighty God, please grant me ydur bless- Rev. John P. McManus, strengthen and make healthy the whole Body of Christ. tively in the whole and in each of its parts, and ing. Be in me the source o[ all that is worthy and honor- S.S., S.T.L., Professor of Finally, we are the Body of Christ because Christ is our whose excellence is such, that of itself it is vastly able. Teach me the ways o an upright li/e. So will grow Savior. Notice that this is slightly different from that part of superior to whatever bonds of union may be found in me a Care /or chastity, restraint in all things, the sin- English Lfferaure and the encyclical where the Holy Father showed us that we are in a physical or moral body." (66) cerity o/:iust living, the /ullness o[ /aith, the harmony the Body of Christ because he founded the life of this Body The Church shares with each of these kinds of bodies some o/ charity, tile virtue o/ continence and above all the Religion at SL Edward through His death on the Cross. Here the emphasis is on the likeness, but it is different from both in many ways. "It is far kindness o charity. ::: Seminary fact that "what Our Lord hanging of the Cross began, He does superior to all other human socities; it surpasses them as grace- not cease to continue always and amid the joys of heaven." (63) surpasses nature as things immortal are above those that per- "r'ODA'YI'S reading brings us to the heart of the mat- Christ is at work in us saving us today. Even though He died on ish." (67) And then there enters the divine element that moves / ter. We who are members of the Church are the Cross long ago, even though today He reigns sitting at the the issue beyond our full comprehension: Christ's Body, living each with the supernatural life rules, looses, binds, offers, sacrifices." (58) right hand of His Father in heaven, the saving power of His "What lifts the society of Christians Ear, far above the that he has given us, through it keeping alive in the ]k It is He who "by His divine power permeates His cross and resurrection is at work in our souls this day. And it whole natural order is the Spirit of Our Redeemer who until world ofi:1964 his redemptive work. And this is so be- L whole Body and nourishes and sustains each of the will be so until time runs out. "Our Head," says St. Augustine, the end of time penetrates every part of the Church's being cause he Supports that life within us. We are his members be- members according to the place which they occupy "intercedes for us; some members He is receiving, others He and is active within it. He is the source of every grace and cause we would not be Christians if he did not unite us to him- in the Body very much as the vine nourishes and is chastising, others cleansing, others consoling, others creating, every gift and every miraculous power." (67-8) self and support and sustain the life of faith, hope and charity makes fruitful the branches which are joined to others calling, others recalling, others correcting, others renew- The Holy Father wishes to emphasize that the element of in us. We/are his members because we are his people, his broth- it." (59) ing." (60) Christ is redeeming his members--this is always in mystery in the Church does not stop it from having a visible ren, his family; we are his Church--the congregation of the Next the Holy Father answers the question: What is the the present tense. And the Holy Father adds: element. It is not simply a church of brotherly love without faithful. All these names show us the wealth contained in this principle of life that Christ imparts to each of His members?  "But to US it has been granted to collaborate with Christ visible organization, public worship and a hierarchy. Equally idea and,!at the same time, how difficult it is to express the idea It is the Holy Spirit. In the Holy Trinity the Holy Spirit is the in this work of salvation, "from one and through one saved wrong is the concept of the Church as a well-organized, well- simply. !;, living Love of the Father and the Son, linking them together, and saving." (63) run human institution. "The Mystical Body of Christ is like 56 In lhis paragraph, the Holy Father touches on an idea we When Christ came into the world, it was the Holy Spirit of AT THIS point, the Holy Father takes up the final topic of the Head and Exemplar of the Church; 'Who is not complete, out, at to think about. '... Our Lord wishes that His abund- Love who guided Christ's soul in the life of charity--the giving  the first part of his encyclical. Why is the term 'mystical' if only His visible human nature is considered, or if only His ant graceg should flow from His fullness into the Church in order of 'Himself for us all. And in Christ's gift of Himself for us used to describe the Mystical Body of Christ? The adjective divine, invisible nature . . . but He is one through the union that it should become most like himself." There it is. Christ has all he merited the right to give to each of us this same Holy "mystical" is related to the word "mystery." Both of these of both and one in both . . .' Thus the Word of God took unto made us this members in order to form us into a nation, the Spirit--"so that the Church and her single members may be- works have a technical sense in the science of theology to in- Himself a human nature liable to sufferings so that He might people ofiGod. We are given the life of Christ: his grace, his come daily more and more like to our Savior." (60) dieate those interventions of God in time and history, inter- consecrate in His blood the visible society founded by Him and ability to fknow, love and serve God, His charity, His willingness I T IS this Holy Spirit dwelling in each of us that welds us to- ventions that we can know of only through faith. Because they "lead men back to things invisible under a visible rule." (69) to sacrifice his life that others might know God. We are given I gether to form the single Body of Christ. Countless members, represent a meeting of the natural and the supernatural, all Both elements have their role to play. The work of the re- all these in order that this work of Christ--revealing His Father of every race, of every color, of every quality of mind and mysteries contain aspects that the mind can grasp and other demption is carried on in the world today through the members to men through charity--may go on, first in our souls, then in heart receive this Spirit in Baptism. And just as the human aspects it cannot for they are beyond its experience. It may of the visible Church. But that work would be mere play acting those of other men. And it does go on through us, through us as soul gives unity and purpose to the countless cells of the body, be able to realize that there is nothing contradictory to human unless it were solidly enlivened and guided by the Holy Spirit-- the Chuch when we are what we ought to be, Christians, other so the Holy Spirit gives unity and purpose to all the members reason in the situation, but, because it is a glimpse into the ways the Spirit of Christ uniting and vivifying it. These elements work Christs. of the Church. of God, the human mind can never understand it completely, together: "Like body and soul in us, they complement and For this reason Christ supports us, keeping us alive with this "To this Spirit of Christ, too, as to an invisible principle, The Mystical Body of Christ is mystical for it is one of those perfect each other, and have their source in our one Re- life tha flows from Him. "This naming of the Body of Christ is is to be ascribed the fact that all the parts of the Body are interventions of God into our world. The encyclical has stated: deemer .... " (71) not to be explained solely by the fact that Christ must be called joined one with the other and with their exalted Head; for He "There are several reasons why it (mystical) should be r'INALLY we cannot blame the Church nor its organization the Head of' His Mystical Body, but also by the fact that He is entire in the Head, entire in the Body and entire in each used; for by it we may distinguish the Body of the Church | for the presence of sinners in the Mystical Body of Christ. so sustains the Church, and so in a certain sense lives in the of the members." (61) from Christ's physical Body, which born of the Virgin Mother Rather the blame must be laid at the door of "that regrettable Church that it is as it were another Christ." (57) Our life and Just as the soul organizes the various cells into organs of God now sits at the right hand of the Father and rests inclination to evil found in everyone, which its divine Founder His life form a new unit whose object is, in part, as St. Augustine and endows those organs with the vitality to perform their hidden under the Eucharistic veil; as well as from any ordi- permits even at times in the most exalted members of His says, tha't Christ (we, His members) may preach Christ. What functions and unifies those functions for the good of the whole nary body in the natural order, whether physical or moral." Mystical Body, for the purpose of testing the virtue of flocks lives in our own soul must find its way out, expressing itself body, so it is the Holy Spirit who does this for the Mystical (64) and Shepherds, and that all may increase the merit of their in our words, in our actions and our example. If we look over Body. "To the members He is present and assists them in The Holy Father then proceeds to make a series of cam- Christian faith." (72) the whole Church, in all the rich variety of her life and institu- proportion to their various tasks and offices and the greater parisons. The realization that there is sin in the Mystical Body, that tions, ce likewise find His mission in this world being carried or less grade of spiritual health which they enjoy. It is He 1  The Body of the Church is not completely the same we contribute to that unfortunate presence calls upon us to on. "Our Savior shares His most personal prerogatives with the who through His heavenly grace is the principle of every super- ] as a natural body. In a naturat body the principle of exercise our charity. First to curb in ourselves the inclination Church in such a way that she may portray in her whole life, natural act in all the parts of the Body. It is He who while unity so unites the parts, that each lacks its own to evil that we will not increase this problem. Next to pray for both external and interior, a most faithful image of Christ." He is personally present and divinely active in all the members, individual subsistence; on the contrary in the Mysti- others that through our prayers and mortifications, they may 58) An image can be lifelike but lifeless. Christ does not share also acts in the inferior members through the ministry of the eel Body that mutual union, though intrinsic, links have the strength to recover from the evil of sin. with us a likeness but a lifelikeness. He gives us a power, a higher members." (61) In the services of the bishops and the the members by a bond which leaves to each intact "In their name the Church prays to God daily: 'Forgive grace, and He dwells within us as members of His Church, priests to the people of God--their preaching, the giving of the his own personality, us our trespasses'; and with the brave heart of a molher carrying on through us the work of salvation that He began in sacraments, the offering of Mass, the guidance--are found the A Nor is it exactly the same as an association, a club, turns once more to nurse them back to spiritual health." (73) Palestine, years ago. work of the Holy Spirit keeping the people of God what they ] known as a moral body: "In the moral body, the With all that we have learned today about the nearness of Consequently: ought to be. The great works of charity--the schools, the has- principle of union is nothing more than the common Christ to us we ought in turn to be concerned that nothing We ) "It is He"--working through His bishops and His pitals, St. Vincent de Paul, the missions--are ways the Holy end, and the common co-operation of all under au- do will prevent us from being as clear a witness to this truth priests-- "who through the Church baptizes, teaches, Spirit uses to help witness to the charity of God that lives with- thority for the attainment of that end; whereas in the as we can be. " Feature Films On Television Father coyle Jubilarian At St Placid's Retreat For Prep Senior : lllelli.gham ICING-TV Ch..ne0000 Says Reqmem High Schoolers Nominated : KVOS-TV Channel 12 KIRO.TV (CBS) Channel 7 OLYMPIA -- Sister Hilberta, A closed retreat for senior Tee, area For Brother o sB, of St. Placid Priory high school students will be For Academy celebrated her Golden Jubilee held Tuesday and Wednesday Seattle KTNT-TV (L,BS) Channel 11 The Hey. Kevin Coyle, pastor Sunday, Feb. 2. The commun- of Holy Week, March 24 and Gregory M. Boyle, Seattle KOMO-TV (ABC) Channel 4 KTVW-TV Channel ]3 of St. Joseph Parish, Ferndale, ity's Seamstress and vestiarian, 25, the C C D Archdiocesan Prep senior, was among 10 MOTION PICTURE CLASSIFICATION BY NATIONAL was celebrant of a solemn re- Sister renewed her total dedica office announced. LEGION OF DECENCY: A-I--Morally Unobjectionable for quiem Mass offered Wednes- tion at a pontifical Mass cele- The Roy. Edward Jennings, State of Washington boys natal- General Patronage; A-II--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults day, Feb. 26, for his brother, brated by the Rt. Rev. Re, C.Ss.R., will conduct the re- noted last week by Unitl  and Adolescents; A-III--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults:. Henry Silas Coyle of Warren- phael Holder, O.S.B., abbot of/ treat for the boys at the Pall- B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C-Condemned; ton, Ore., in St. Mary Church, St. Martin's Abbey. sades Retreat House, and Rev. States Senator Warren G: iMag- SC--Separate Classification; NR--No Rating Available. Astoria, Ore. Assisting at the Mass were John P. Doherty, Archdiocesan nuson, for cadet training gt'te (Note: The ratings listed below were those given the The Very Revi Paul Malyszko Roy. David Prebula, O.S.B., CCD Director, will be retreat U. S. Merchant Marine Acad. otigm,d movies. Most/ilms before being shown on tele. was deacon of the Mass, and Rev. Leo Patten, O.S.B., and master for the girls at Visita- Rev. Charles Borho preached Brothers Dominic, Stephen and Reservations must be made emy at Kings Point, N. Y. vision are edited to con/otto to the television code and the sermon. Present in the san- Theodore. through the CCD office, 907 Further competitive examine, to the individual station's time schedule. For this reason, ctuary was Rev. Ibar Lynch, The community chaplain, Terry Ave., MA 2-8880. Regis- tions will be given to determine objectionable parts contained in the original plot may be pastor of St. Joseph Parish, Pe Rev. Alphonse Fuehs', O.S.B., tration forms have been sent the five finalists to represent: aeteted in the television verswn and thus the original Ell. Legion rating ma? not be entirely correct.) Burial was in Ocean View was present in the sanctuary, to all parish priest directors of CCD. Deadline for registering Washington State in the class:, Cemetery, Astoria. Associate jubilarians at St. is March 16. Fee for the retreat entering the Academy later,thi, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29 I:$0p.m.--KVOS-TV--The Half Breed ................................... e Mr. Lynch, 55, died Feb. 23. Placid's re Sister Ositha, is $12.00 per student, year, Magnuson said. " . 2:30 p.m.--KmO-TV--W,d Harvest ....................................... B Born in McGowan, Wash., he O.S.B., of Holy Rosary Parish, 4:00 p.m.--KIRO-TV--Spy In the Sky ..................................... A-I Tacoma; Sister M i 1 bur g i s, I D "l S:30 p.m.--KTVW-TV--Body Snatcher ...................................... B WaS a businessman and a mem- :00p.m.--KmO-'rV--Woent Saturday .................................... B her of the Chamber of Cam- O.S.B., of St. Ann Parish i0:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--The Reven0e of ranknstem ..................... A-H CELEBRATING HER Golden Jubilee Sunday, Feb. 2, was 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TW--Young Man Withe Horn .......................... A-II merce, Knights of Columbus, Tacoma, and Sister Clarilla, on't Miss This... 11:00 p.m.-:-KlRO-YV--Seroeant Rutledge ................................. A-l, Elks Lodge of Astoria and the O.S.B., of Visitation Parish, J ST. ANNE'S ANNUAL CRAB DINNER I ,:0s n.m.--KmO-W--Ca,,d ............................................. A-H Oregon Restaurant and Bever- South Tacoma. The three are Sister Hilberta, O.S.B. (second from left) of St. Placid 11:15 p.m.--KOMO-TV--A Face In the Crowd ........................... B 12:30p.m.,KVOS-TV--Crlme of Passion ................................. a age Association. He was named instructors of music. Priory. With her are Mother Placidia, O.S.B., (left), J Friday, March 13th, 1964 I prioress, and three associate jubilations, Sister Ositha, [ ST. ANNE SCHOOL HALL101 W. LEE STREET 1 SUNDAY, MARCH I the Chamber of Commerce 1963 :00 a.m.--KVOS-VV--Sreokout .......................................... N O.S.B.; Sister Milburgis, O S.B., and Sister Clarilla, O.S.B. 12:00 p.m.--glRO-TV--Perfect Strangers ..................................... B Senior Citizen and was past S'. Martin's 2nd For tickets call: Mrs. Allen Cromer, AT 3-5943 ' I Mrs. Robert St. Germain, AT 3-8984 JJ 1:1',0 p.m.--KVOS-TV--The White Goddess ................................ NR president of the Lower Colum- 2:,'10 p.m.--KOMO-TV--Golden Age of Comedy ............................ A-I 4:,0 p.mC--KTNT-TV--Drum, ........................................... A-, bin Baseball League. I. Debate Tourney State Regent Re The Progress classifieds DINNER WILL FEATURE DARIGOLD PRODUCTS ....... g 4:,10 p.m.--KTVW-TV--Seven Days Ashore ............................... A-II Survivors include his wife, OLYMPIA -- St. M a r t i n' s d regularly. It pays! 6:fl0 n.m,--KVO-TV--Son of Red Corsair ................................ NR ,:o, .m--Kr,'WTV--T,e Th,n ..................................... "-,' Thelma; another brother Ste- High School debaters tied with Atten s Meet 7:011 I.m.--KTNT-TV--The Captain from Castile ........................ A-II wart of Albany, Ore., and two Olympia High School for sec- t" 11,l.m.--KOO-TV--Helen nf Troy ................................... A-II Of CDA d 12:30 n.m.--KVOS-TV--The I.otter ....................................... B sisters, Mrs. Dan Whealdon of and place in Sweepstakes at Boar RE:ELECT To Position 3 CounCilman FLOYD C. MI,LLER ,? :CONTINUE PROGRESS WITH STABILITY MONDAY, MARCX= Chinook, Wash., and Mrs. Paul the Centralia College Invite- HELP WANTED 9!n n.m KO^rl-TV--no ................................. A-I :nn p.m.--KTNT-TV--Wlfo, Dnctor and Nurse ........................... B Griffith Df St. Paul, Minn. tiona] Tournament Feb. 21-22. Mrs. LucileKennedy of Taco- s:.,0 ,.m.--Km,'-.'rv--A, Asore ..........................................  Mark Morris took first place ma, State Grand Regent, and a S:0 p.m.KVOg-TV--BIg Loa0uer ........................................ A-I ' 7:n p.m.--KIN-TV--Underwater Warrlor ................................ A-I out Of 16 schools, and Cheha|is member of the Supreme Board ,n'? ,.m.--KTNT-TV--She Had to Eat ................................... A-II SU Promotes made third. Entering seven de- of the Catholic Daughters of 'V!na ..m.--KV-TV--My Six Cnnvlcts ................................ A-H bate teams in the tourney, St. America, attended the meeting Men and Women- 11'0 n.m.--.tn-TV--The Black Scorpion ............................... A-I !1 1:00 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Law of the Underworld .......................... A-II Four to Fu Martin's won half their de- of the Board at Sea Island, TUESDAY, MARCH 3 f bates. Ga., last week. 45 Years of Age or Older 9:,0 .m.--KOMO-TV--The Black Whip ................................... B Pro essor Individual h o n o r s for St. The Board strongly supported 2:00 p.m,--KTNT-TV--She Hod to Eat ................................... A.II :.n p.m.--KtNC,-TV--Ftame ond the Arrow ............................ A-tt :.n p.m.--KVOS-TV--Desert Sands .............. ; ...................... A-II Four members of the Seattle Martin's were taken by Paul the President's stand on Civil lO:.0 n.m.--KTNT-TV--Armored Attack .................................... NR University faculty have been Twohy, first place in oratory, Rights. ' For voluntary work with a citizens' commit- 11:0o p.m.--KVOS-TV--LeI's Do It Aooln .................................. B Mrs. Kennedy also is nation. 1:0 n.m.--KOMO-TV--Stake-out on Done Street ........................ A-II promoted to full professor, ac. and Pat Loughney, second in tee to find an honest answer to medical care extemporaneous speaking. Both al chairman of the Women For 1:00 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Mald's NI0ht Out .... ".; ...................... A-I cording to Rev. Frank B. for the aged. Federal social security medi- W=.DNESDAY, MARCH 4 9:30 D.m:--KgMO-TV--Bondlts of Corsica ..; ............................. A-II Coste]lo, S.J., academic vice boys are juniors. Decency program of the C.D.A. : ,m.,K',,wrv--A,oe A, ac ................................... Na president. Twohy also reached the fin-  care and hospital care is no good for any- 3:30 p,m..2-1IN-TV--Dlal M for Murder (Part I) ...................... A-II Pope Honors Premier body-young or old. It doesn't provide s:0 .m,--Kvo-TV--et Over Atan, c ................................. nR The four are Dr. David W. ale in interpretive re a din g, 10:00 I.m.--KTVW-TV--^^ad MIss Manton ............................... A-I Schroeder, dean of the School and Ran Wambold was a final- VALLETTA, Malta (NC) -- enough for those who need it, and it gives a . , 10:30 p.m.--KNT-TVManhattan Heartbeat .............................. A-II 11:00 p.m.--KVn;-TV--Battle Cry ................................... B of Engineering; Dr. Winfield ist in both oratory and extemp. Pope Paul VI has awarded the "free fide" to those who are financially able 11:30 p.m.--'oP'r-TV--Scene of the Crimo ............................... A-II Fountain, acting dean of the Knight Grand Cross of the Or- i:o pay for their own health care. 11:4S p.m.--KTVW.TV--Gun Low ..................................... A-I pi 1:00 ao.--KTVW-TV--Heodtlne $.ooter ........... ................... NR School of Education; Dr. David Has a| |veD der of St. Sylvester to Malta's THURSDAY, MARCH $ H. Read, associate professor of Prime Minister Giorgio Borg Let's get together and figure out a good system. " 9:30 a.m.--KOMO-TV--You for Me .................................. B Enc lo (PaldAdvertisement) 2:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Manhattan Heartbeat .............................. A-I! chemistry, and Dr. Ralph K. y pedla Olivier. 3:30 p.m.--KING-TV--Dlal M for Murder (Part II) .................... A-I! O'Brien of School of Education. TACOMA--Carling's Brewer- WRITE, stating age and what you can do to $:30 p.m.KVOS-TV--Devil's Canyon .................................. A-II :0o .m.--KTNr-TV--cven Can Wat ........ . ..................... ,..-H Sehroeder, dean since 1961, ies last week extended a help- s0:30 p.m.:K'rNT-TV--,at,e m Outer space ............................. A-, came to S.U. in 1958 from the ing hand to St. Joseph Has- zIF;ys sound .always constructive help: study the subject; write reports; ad- wo ..-gvw.Tv-v Came ack ................................. -, "" dress envelopes; deliver informational ma- ,:00.m.--KVOS-VV--The Human Junte ................................. B University of Detroit. Fountain, pital School of Nursing with 11:'1:00 a.m,--K'rvw.TV--Longp'm'--KOMO"l"V--SummerLostStCkFather ..................................... ..................... ............ NRA'I on the faculty since 1957, is a the presentation of an Ency- ' 81 dlla\\;----Xx) terial; help write pamphlets and resolutions; RmAV, MARCH  former Moses L a k e school clopedia Britannica. DDn Dirt- make telephone calls; punch doorbells; and 9:30p.m--KOMO-TV--Iroquols" Trail ..................................... A-I superintendent, man is local manager of the ELECT[,00 2:00'p.m.--KTNT-TV--Youth Will Be Served .............................. A-I meet with employers, union leaders, educa-  3:30 p.rn.--KING-TVThose Redheads from Seattle ..................... A-II Read, a S. U. graduate, earn- brewery. 5:30 0.m.--KVOS-TV--The Maze ..................................... A-H ed his doctorate at Notre Dame Making the presentation Feb- '  tore, insurance people; government officials; 7.0 .m.--KmO-'rV--Ye,owstone Ke"V ................................... - University and j 0 i n e d the ruary 17 to Mary MeGuire and hospital administrators and physicians; and 8:00 p.m.--KT.VW-TV--Never a Dull Moment ............................ A-I 10:40 p.m.--KTNT-TV--The L on Htls Wings ............................... A-I faculty in 1954. O'Brien did Jo Ann Courtney, student --  candidates for public offices. 11:00p.m.--KVOS-TV Yellow Sky .................................. B graduate work at Syracuse and nurses, was Robert Nelsen, 11:00 p.m.--KTVW-TV--Falcon In Mexico ................................. A-II 11:30 p.m.--KOMO.TV--Cause for Alarm .................................. A-II the University of Washington, Carling's director of industrial RE(00 ClTIZ|NS'COMMITTEE FOR 12:30 a.m.--KVOS-TV--Captaln Without o Country ........................ 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