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,14---THE PROGRESS Friday, April 16, 1965 Versus Peace Corps? Many times people have asked us to explain the difference between the types of work done by the Peace Corps and the volunteers the Church is using to promote work in the missions. Also, people have criticized the Church for trying to carry on such a program when it requires so much effort and time. In fact, just recently, such a criticism was made by the medi- cal program director of the Peace Corps. In a speech at Marquette University, Dr, Joseph T. English, Peace Corps medical program director, criticized the Extension Volunteer program for competing with rather than complementing the Peace Corps, according to Father John J. Sullivan, national director of the Extension Society Volunteers. "Dr. English reveals a hck of understanding of what he eriticizes", said Father Sullivan. Organization of the Extension Society Volunteer program, prior to that of the Peace Corps, was sponsored by Albert Cardi- nal Meyer and directed by the American hierarchy to staff the American home missions. The work of the Extension volunteers is not to duplicate that done by the Peace Corps but to provide volunteers who will not only promote the health and general welfare in mission parishes, Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szemon, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 but also the liturgy and religious education of the people, to establish a personal, Christian commitment in the spiritual dimension of the mission program. Father Sullivan indicated that the major promotion on the college level for Catholic volunteer programs is carried on under the auspices of and at the expense of the Catholic Church Exten- sion Society. Dr. English may have intended his seeming criti- cism to be directed at the Catholic school system for not pro- ducing more volunteers. "We agree that the Catholic colleges are not producing as many volunteers as they should, but that is not criticism of oar volunteer program", stated Father Sullivan. Comparison of the two programs, according to Father Sullivan, would clearly indicate that the 'noble humanitarianism of the government programs is not out to establish a personal, Christian commitment', and that "our efforts in promotion will contribute tot he prosperity of all these programs". It should be evident to everyone that the Church and Her lay volunteer programs is net competing with any government program, inasmuch as it began these programs before the gov- ernment really was aware of the need. Furthermore, the Church's volunteer program is directed toward the whole man-- not just his body, but also his soul. CONGRATULATIONS to the following schools in the Arch- diocese which have taken such an active part in the Holy Child- hood program by ransoming pagan babies. Schools on the Annals Honor Roll are St. Louise, Bellevue, 18; St. Anne's, Seattle, 12, St. Vincent de Paul's, Federal Way, 11; St. Luke's, Seattle, 10 i St. Benedict's, Seattle, nine; Assumption, Seattle, eight; Holy C, Tacoma, tw 0, and Our Lady of Per- A CHECK for $70, part of a pledge of $100 from Van- couver's Our Lady of Lourdes CYO Teen Club, is presented to Father Stephen Szeman (left), archdiocesan director of Papal Volunteers for Latin America, by Mary Shinnick, CYO religious chairman, and Mike Dunegan, president. Looking on is Father William Sifferle of Our Lady of Lourdes. The money is being given to the Archdiocese to support the John Little family, formerly of Battle Ground, who are now laboring for PAVLA in Ibarra, Ecuador. Mr. and Mrs. Little are the first from the Archdiocese to join PAVLA. --(Photo by Justin's of Vancouver) Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Re. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director o( the Society /or the Propagation o( the Faith, 907 Terry Awe., Seattle 98104. It. Blanchet Mothers Schedule Dinner BANJO BUFFET i the theme of Blancher High .School Mothers Club dinner set for Sunday, April 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Windjammer Restaurant. Mrs. George Piper, left, Mrs. James Gawdrey, chairman, and Mrs. Boyd Morrison are shown wrapping gifts for a special feature of the event. Among those assisting will be Mrs. Leland Crabtree. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Piper, EM 2-3202. Marylhurst Alums Set Event petual Help, Everett, two. THIRD ANNUAL "Evening of Fun in the Village" is planned by alumnae of Marylhurst College, Seattle area for Friday, April 23 at 8:30 p.m. beginning with the play, Candida at the Belfrey Playhouse, Bellevue. Mrs. J. E. Gib-, bans, left, Mrs. Raymond Meuse and Mrs. Byron P. Meyerrn chairman, are shown making final arrangements while Al- bert Meuse phones his favorite babysitter. The evening will be concluded with buffet and dancing at the Country Kitchen, Bellevue. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Gibbons, SH 6.8127, or Mrs. Joseph Curulla, LA 4-0830. Honor Roll FWC Teacher Announced By Given Grant St. Ik/i .. marx s SISTER M CATHERINE SPOKANE, Wash. -- Sister TOLEDO--St. Mary's Acad- Mary Catherine, SNJM, instruc- amy announces !!s third quar- tar in English at Fort Wright tar honor rOll With the iouow- College h a s ing girls receiving a grade accetted a average of 3.0 or higher, grant for sum- SENIORS mar study at CYOfers Give to PAVLA Mary Ellen GarveY, Patrida Hollo- Columbia Uni- han, Rosalie Kastel, Ann Melchior, Margot Paz-Arauco, danlce Scheurich, :::i: varsity, N e w Barbara Wood,JuNIoRsKathy Zmlarovlch. ii:iii!iii York. Under Sharen Berard, Janet Souchard, DI- provisions of The bare-knuckles, anne Dugaw, Larl Ann Olsen, Susan revised NDEA RUSS, Beverlee Whaley, Margie Zat- legislation, Sis- Ioukal, Dolores Tomakln. SOPHOMORES tar will qualify Susanne Coppage, Kris Dugaw, Marl- lyn Gerry, Barbara Habersetzer, Janice for work in John, Kathy Maler, Barbara Haas, Bar- SISTER M. preparing and barn Schuerich, Evaiyn Williamson, CATHERINE supervising Jonice Wright. FRESHMEN t e a c h e r s in Jerrle Berord, Pat DaN, Kit O'Connelt, Terry Rels, Edna Schiller, Jeanne English as a Foreign Language. Langllte. As part of the introduction to foreign cultures, Sister and i;,ur.,,, other participants will reside Breton at International House, 60 per Facilitated cent of whose residents are RENNES, France (NC)--The from foreign countries. Sister bishops of Vannes, St. Brieuc is the former Elizabeth Don- and Quimper have set up an nelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. interdiocesan commission to E. P. Donnelly, who reside at draft a liturgical text in the the 3osephinum. Breton language. The sacra- ment of Penance has been cele- brated in Breton in western Sisters Receive Brittany for months, and the translation of the Ordinary of Study Awards the Mass in Breton has been completed. TOLEDO, Wash. -- Recently The new commission presum- two faculty members of St. ably will seek agreement on the Mary's Academy here received Breton for the propers of the National Science Foundation Mass. grants for summer study. L..%%% Sister M. James, OSF, sci- ence teacher has been awarded an eight week science grant for the third year to St. Mary's College in Winona, Minnesota. Sister M. Helena, OSF, mathe- matics teacher at the Academy has been selected as a partici- pant for a six weeks' mathe- matics Institute at the Univer- [IIS sity of San Francisco in San Francisco, California. no-nonsense, Straight- Item-the-shoulder, honest-lnjun, low-down - unvarnished TRUTH about electric heat! BU,FET LUNCH FRDM 11 A.M. DINNER - - ENTERTAIMENT FROM 5:30 P.M. COCKTAILS Elegant Dining on plcturosquo Lake U,,ion AT 3-3030 ( IT'S BETTER ) For 603 Missionaries Have Left Congo LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo 0NC)--The Catholic mission secretariat here announced it has provided tickets for 603 SEATrLE missionaries who have left the " v,o, CITY UGHT ., UNIVERSITY WAY Congo because of native rebel- SEATTLE 8 ME, 2-0311 __._A..n lion. Tickeqs on Sale To Jesuit Ball Tickets are now on sale for the first annual Pacific North- west National Jesuit Alumni Ball to be held Saturday, May 1, at the Seattle Center. The ball is open to all Jesuit alumni and also alumni of other private and public insti- tutions of higher learning, said Patrick Arbow, president of the Seattle University Graduates' Club, sponsor of the event. The ball will begin with an 8:30 pm social hour, followed by dancing until 12:30 when a midnight buffet will be served. Tickets are $12.75 per couple. They can be ordered from the SU Alumni Office, EA 3- 9400. Mass Honors American Martyrs "Mass in honor of the Ameri- can Martyrs" by Kevin Waters SJ, has just been released by the publishing firm of Mc- Laughlin & Reilly Co., Bos- ton. Father Waters, a na- tive of Seattle a n d ordained last June in Spokane, is a graduate of the University of Washington's School of Mu- FATHER sic. His par- WATERS ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Waters, live at 14213-34th Ave- nue South, Seattle. From 1958 to 1961 the com- poser taught Latin and French at Marquette High in Yakima and Gonzaga Prep School in Spokane. Father Waters has several other liturgical compositions in preparation f o r publication. Among them are the antiphons and responses for a series of Bible Vigils being published by Gregorian Institute of America, Toledo, Ohio. Father Waters' KAUFER'S WILL BE CLOSED ON GOOD FRIDAY from 12 NOON to 3 p,m. 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