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12--THE PROGRESS Friday March 22 1963 Christ The King Plans Mission ... that St. Vincent Pallotti, canonized on Janu- anry 20, was a firm backer of Pauline Jaricot in her efforts to found The Society for the Propagation of the Faith. He was also confessor at the Propaganda Fide College in 1835 and proved his missionary spirit by organizing a Mission- ary College (1837) to train students more especially for work in the Missions. . . that there are now 16 teacher-training colleges in Calabar and Ogoja (Nigeria), providing trained staffs for over 1,000 schools? Graduates of just one of these -- St. Thomas -- now include 25 members of the Eastern Nigeria House of Assembly, a Provincial Commissioner, a number of education officers and college principals. : .. that Ireland has more than 500 members of the laity serv- lag as teachers, architects end engineers on the mission field. . , that recently many people have been asking me how to pronounce my name and I always tell them to say it just like the Navy -- Seaman. . . . that in Japan Ecumenical study groups and press coverage Of the Council evidence new efforts toward unity among Japan- ese Christians. Protestant students attending a Catholic Bible study group at Osaka often praise the Catholic text of the Bible as that corres- ponding most closely with the original; at Osaka, Catholic and Protestant clerics give regular lectures to common audiences. Also encouraging:the Protestant press now includes Catholic leaders and works when listing outstanding Christian activities in the country. . . . that in Vietnam in Hanoi -- a sad and silent city in the North: "People do not talk in public, especially if Europeans are present, for they know they are being watched. Shop- keepers even hide at the back of stores to avoid speaking to strangers." The Communist government has taken over industry, but everything manufactured is exported to obtain foreign currency to pay back war debts to China. .. that also in Vietnam in Loe Vinh -- a bloodied village in DID YOU KNOW ? ? ? ? FATHER FATHER McDONALD SAMPIETRO A two-week mission will be Sweepstakes Trophies Presented to Pastor conducted in Christ the King SWEEPSTAKES TROPHY in the recent Blanchet High School Speech Tournament for Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue. Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 &e south: Red rebels broke into the church at Ngoe Kinh, killing a layman and the priest who had been hearing his confession. . . . that in Poland their priests have been fined and jailed for appealing for funds to renovate their Churches. One pastor had already collected 110,000 zlotys, all of which was confiscated and given to a fund for State schools. Parish by Rev. Edward J. Mc- Donald, C.S.P. and Rev. Vin- cent J. Sampietro, C.S.P. be- ginning this Sunday, March 24. The first week is for the wo- men of the parish and the second Week for the men. Evening services will begin at 8 and daily Masses will be at B, 8:15 and 11:15 a.m. A short instruction will follow the Masses. Confessions will be heard before and during the Masses and after evening services. The missionaries will be available at any other time for confessions or consultation by appointment. A question box period will be held each evening to explain to non;Catholic visitors beliefs and practices of the Church. Both .Father McDonald and Father Sampietro have for the last 10 years been conducting missions and retreats in the United States and Canada. o Honor Roll HOLY CHILDHOOD Congratulations to the schools of the Archdiocese who take such an active part in the Holy Childhood program by ransom- Father Conan Says Requiem For Father The Rev. Conan Lee, O.F.M., assistant pastor at St. Francis Church, Cowlitz Prairie, was the celebrant of the solemn requiem Mass this morning at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church for his father, John Lee, 71, who died March 17. The deacon of the Mass was Rev. Richard Stohr, pas- tor of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the subdeacon was Rev. Brendan Coleman, assistant pastor The burial was at Holyrood. Mr. Lee, who resided at 6338 38th Ave. S.W., was born in St. Paul, Minn. and came to Se- i attle in 1917. He worked as a railroad clerk for the Northern Pacific Railway and 1 a t e r worked 33 years for the Mil- waukee Road, retiring in 1957. A long-time member of Holy Rosary Parish, Mr. Lee was an earnest worker for the new Guadalupe Parish when it was established in 1960. He was a member of the Holy Name Society of the ing pagan babies, parish, the Knights of Colum- The following schools are on the "Annals" honor roll: bus and the Brotherhood of All Saints, Puyallup, 22 babies. Railway Clerks. Immaculate Conception, Mount Vernon, 3 babies Besides Father Conan, Mr. St. Alphonsus, Seattle, 6 babies,' ' : " Lee is, survived by his wife, Forest Ridge, Seattle, II babies, oF;asn:::lw:rhTru;augJttmes: Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle, 8 babies. Mrs. V]rg" inia Span_ gler, Mrs.. St. Benedict's, Seattle, 2 babies Nathan S. Ford, Kathryn Lee Holy Angels High School, Seattle, 1 baby. and Mrs. W. A. Fazekas, all of St. Anthony's, Renton' 30"babies. Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Keep, St. Paul, and Mrs. Cath- erine Seymour, Ames, Iowa; 18  grandchildren and four great- l[ grandchildren. John Kalin Fu- r" neral Home handled the funeral  arrangements. iiiiiiiii .............. '::''"'''""ii!iiiiii!t Sister" Me Ph,hp, O.S.F. !itili:iiiiiiiiii:iiiii::iiil i::!iii::iii!iiii!iii!il Dies in Tacoma TACOMA -- Requiem Mass ili] for Sister M. Philio, O.S.F.,  57, who taught at" St. Leo !l School for 10 years during the 1 19305, was said March 20 in ]l the chancl of St. Josevh Hos- !i pital where she died March 16. iil Burial was in Calvary under ! the direction of Gaffney Fu- ':. neral Home. iii.iiiiii!iii!ii:i!iiiiii!!!i.:..ii!iiiiiiiii!ii Sister, a native of Ireland, had been at Blessed Sacrament THIS IS A BAPTISM in the Sudan, where exists a young Convent in McMinnviile, Ore., but vigorous Church. Though this priest may have been until her illness. She had been expdled along with the many mlssioharies who have been teaching in schools in Call- forced out of the Sudan, it was the work and spirit of such fornia and Oregon up to that as him which have made Sudanese Catholics as strong and time. numerous as they are. This country has but a few of the Surviving are two sisters, 751 ecclesiastical territories dependent upon The Society Sister Michael and Sister Basil, both m Melbourne Austraha, for the Propagation of the Faith for their existence. The _ " , .. " ;. - and two nromers lnomas ana Sooety, m turn, ,s dependent upon you ......... '.. P'a[r]cK, OO[fl in ire]aria. ' O Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the t Lake City Area Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 4, Wash. I Shop Af Your 11 MERZ SHEET [I . t[ Shop Af Your ! MITAL WORKS II Magic Cleaners II .... IWe do new and rapalr jobs for all I I , ........ 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John won first place in oratory in the senior division and junior division and second and thrd places were won by Patricia and Robert, respectively. George Irwin won first in extempore and junior division winners in interpretive reading went to Patricia, Janet and Marlene in that order. John Friedhoff won best boy speaker. SMC Male Chorus Travels OLYMPIA--The St. Martin's College M a 1 e Chorus, back from a successful spring tour of Oregon and Washington, will appear in concert in Belling- ham and Mount Vernon Sun- day, March 24. The well known glee club, directed by Rev. Eugene Kellen- bentz, O,S.B., will present their variety music show at 2 p.m. in Mount Vernon at Skagit Valley Junior College in Mount Ver- non The chorus will appear in Bellingham for an 8 p.m. con- cert in Assumption Parish Hall. 41 Attend Marylhurst Weekend Forty-one girls from the Se- attle Archdiocese attend "Mary- whirl" held at Marylhurst Col- lege, Marylhurst, Ore., the weekend of March 9-10. The weekend acquaints high school seniors with college life and the liberal arts program. Girls went from Seattle, Ta- coma, Auburn, Bellingham, Bellevue, Bow, Edmonds, Kent, Mount Vernon, Olympia, Ren- tom Stevenson, Toledo and Washougal. Bacalzo Is CWV Of '62 Anthony (T o n y) Bacalzo, commander of Father Vincent Post, has been named recip- ient of the Robert J. Nelson Award of the Catholic War Veterans' King County Chapter. The award is emblematic of the CWV of the Year in King County. Bacalzo, 55, a postal clerk, is presently serving as chair- man of the First Annual Arch- diocesan Development Fund in his parish at Immaculate. 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