Newspaper Archive of
Catholic Northwest Progress
Seattle, Washington
May 3, 1963     Catholic Northwest Progress
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 3, 1963
 

Newspaper Archive of Catholic Northwest Progress produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Official Mrs. Allen faithful attend Mass, will be conducted at all the Masses Sunday, May 5, and, subsequently, on each Suhd/( in May. Examinations of Candidates for the Seminary Announcement of examination for candidates for the Seminary: Graduates of the eighth grade, high school and college students who wish to enter St. Edward's Seminary this fall will take the entrance examination Saturday, May 4 at 10:30 a.m. at the places listed .below: SEATTLE--O'Dea High School. -- TACOMA--St. Patrick's School. BELLINGHAMAssumption School. In all other places, outside the cities previously mentiotied, where there is a parochial school, the ex- aminafi'on will be held in the parochial school build- ing May 4, at 10:30 a.m. Where there is no parochial school in a town, the examination will be held in the parish rectory on TV Series On r;day, Kay 3, 1963 THE PROGRESS3 Mrs. Allen MacQuarrie was re-elected president of the Association for Catholic Childhood during the coming year. The election was held during the annual lunch- eon held yesterday, May 2, in the' Georgian Room of the Olympic Hotel. The Most Reverend Arch. bishop Thomas A. Connolly, the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V. G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, and Rev. Dennis Muehe, moderator of the ACC, were the honored guests. Mesdames William Gorman, Robert Kelly and G. J. Hemsing were chair- meR. Other officers elected were Mrs. Ralph Zech, first vice president; Mrs. John Davis, second vice president; Mrs. Williams German, sec- retary and Mrs. John Gi- vins, treasur- er. N e w board as the most extensive re- ligious-historical documentary ever filmed for television, is having its premiere on the "Catholic Hour" program on the NBC-TV network this Sun- day, May 5. It will be seen in the Seattle area on KING-TV, Channel 5, at 10:30 a.m. The four-part series, pro- duced by the National Council of Catholic Men and NBC-TV and dedicated to His Holiness Pope John XXIII, wilt present the 2,000-year history of the Church and its ecumenical councils. The May 5 program, titled "The Beginnings," was filmed. in Jerusalem, Baalbek, Rome, Athens, Corinth, Ephesus, Nicaea, and Constantinople. It will cover the period from the Ascension and the beginning of the Church to the Fourth Gen- eral Council of Constantinople, 869. The emphasis will be on the Golden Age of the Church in the East. EVERETT -- The new convent at Our Lady of Perpetual Help p a r i s h will be dedicated tomor- row, May 4, at 9 a.m. by the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle. The Rev. Andrew F. Donohoe is pastor. The building, designed by Harry E. Botesch, architect, of Everett, is constructed of face brick veneer over wood frame, with all interior walls and partitions designed to satisfy the requirements for a mini ........ mum fire rating of one hour. The front door opens into a file-floored entry, with the chapel and sacristy on the left and two reception rooms on the right. Facing the entrance is the doorway to the oistered area. The chapel and sacristy have sloping acoustic tile ceilings be t wee n exposed glue-laminated wood peaked beams, rising to a ridge over the center of the rooms. Col- ored glass windows provide soft natural light for both areas. Vinyl floor covering is used throughout both rooms NEW CONVENT at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Everett, will be dedicated to- morrow, May 4, by The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle. except at the sanctuary, which is over one wing of the well as kitchen cabinets, are whieh is carpeted, convent. The second floor pro- of birch with plastic laminate: The ground floor cloistered vides bedrooms and -supple- tops. ':i area includes a cloakroom, mentary rooms for 10 Sisters. A one-car garage of brick community room, office, sew- The community room in- veneer over wood frame th- ing room, workroom, music cludes a fireplace wall with dudes storage lockers for tools room, trunkroom, laundry, book shelves and storage units, and gardening supplies. It is housekeeper's room, reerea- Sliding glass doors lead out to located in conjunction with a tion room, refectory, kitchen a cloistered court formed be- rear entrance and the recrea- with pantry and storeroom, tween the chapel wing, the two- tion room which opens to the central stores and boiler story wing of the building, and enclosed area through sliding room. a cedar fence, glass doors. A bituminous- Two stairways lead to the Adequate built-in counters, paved driveway connects the second floor sleeping area closets and storage units, as garage with Fulton Street. Family Rosary members ,o nn elude Mes-Mrs. JJleu Plans For Edmonds Parish Plant A ounced ..... " dames Bruce Macquarrie The Reunion o f Orthodox Hawkins, Rob- ert Moody, Richard Abrams EDMONDS--A build- .. and Catholic Christians " 'It lad its inception over one thousand nine hundred sixty years ago at the foot of the Cross. ,' Following the example set on Calvary and in- cited down the years by widely diverse' motives, men of the world, with scarcely any reali- zation of the drastic and wide- spread consequences, thought- lessly have been dividing the Seamless Robe of Christ. Fundamentally, however, this divisive action among pro- fessed "adherents of Christ's teachings has been occasioned by  corttbination of man's in- grained pride ,and selfishness and his desire for political su- premacy: This would seem especially true. when we re- view the long, eras of separa- tion, ob!aining between the iO'rthodox and Roman Churches... 011r Holy Father wants us "to 'realize that the Roman Catholic as well as the East, ern Orthodox Church is both spiritually and theologically poorer on account of this radical d i vi s i o n into two aposto!ie traditions which have their roots in the same dogmatic an d Biblical teach- mg . . . :It is n6desary for all en- Iaged in striving for unity to keep in mind the will of our Saviour, "that they all may be one." Not only must both parties feel sorrow over the wound and scandal of separa- tion.., they must also be con- vinced that continuation of the break is against the express will of the Divine Founder of the Church, is disobedience to Christ, is a sinful state. -It would seem that our Holy Father must have had in mind the words of St. Paul's exhortation to Charity when he assigned this all- important intention for May. It will help you and me to make our prayer truly mean- ingful if we think of the charity and understanding for which we pray in the light of St. Paul's words: "Charity is patient, is kind; charity does not envy, is not pretentious, is not puffed up, is not ambitious, is not self- seeking, is not provoked; thinks no evil, does not rejoice over wickedness, but rejoices with the truth; bears with all things, b e 1 i e v e s all things, hopes all things, endures all things." --Sacred Heart Messenger Dress Rehearsal Of O Opera Set For Students ', A ,group, of 1000. students from Seattle's paro- clrial, private and public schools have been invited to 'the  if'ross rehearsal of the Western Opera Cam- pany's, .production of "Die Fledermaus" Thursday, May 9, at 8 p.m. in the Opera House. Starring Metropolitan Opera soprano, Jean Fenn, the opera will have three perfo;ances, May 10 and 11 at 8:0 'p.m. and May 12 at 2:30 p.m. William (oodloe, Seattle at- torney and president of the opera company, tendered the invitation to the schools in be- half of'the :company in co- operation with the musicians' union and Frederick and Nel- son who .underwrote the rental of the Opera House for the special "perfbrmance. Miss"'FLtin, who sings the landing'-role of Rosalinda has sung the same role many times at the Met. She has also appeared in the role for the New YorCity, Center, Den- ver Opera C6mpany and the Houston Grand Opera Com- pany... Appearing' opposite h e r e will be Broadway tenor Glenn Burris who created the role of the Caliph in "Kis- met." He will sing the role JEAN FENN of Eisenstein in "Die Fleder- maus." Conductor Richard Valente has engaged Alfred Perry of Republic Studios to stage the opera. Tickets are now avail- able at the Ben Marche ticket office. Prices range from $1,50 to $3.50. Charges Against C.U. 'Untrue' (Continued from Page 2) John A. Coleman of New York; James Keelty of Baltimore; John McShain of Philadelphia and Andrew P. Maloney of Newark, N.J. The resolutions adopted by the trustees follow: RESOLVED: That in view of the general provisions con- tained in the "statutes" of the university, together with the spe- cific authority reaffirmed by unanimous resolution of the board of trustees (April 16, 1958), the rector and the vice-rector acted within their authority and res'ponsibility in making a decision concerning a list of possible speakers presented by the graduate student council (January 1O, 1963); FURTHER RESOLVED: That we cannot give credence to the "charges" given wide-spread publicity purporting to describe abuses and "suppression" at the un!versity, because they are untrue and unwarranted as shown by clear evidence submitted to the board of trustees at this meeting; FURTHER RESOLVED: That the board of trustees approve the appointment of a committee composed of the vice-rector, the secretary general, and the deans of the various faculties of the university, to serve in an advisory capacity to the rector in the foriulatiofl of policies relative to the selection of public lectui'"0r the university forum. The vice-rector, the deans of the schools of sacred theology and philosophy, and two other deans selected by.the vice-rector in view of the subject matter shall constitute a committee, to advise the rector in specific instancds ' adcord with policies already approved. The-fi.n.a!  decision in the selection of lectures or speakers rests with the i:ector of the University.  Published by..: ":" : THE CONFRATERNITY OF THE" PRECIOUS BLOOD RT. REV. MSGR. JOSEPH e. FREY, DIRECTOR ' 5300 FT. HAMILTON PARKWAY BROOKLYN 19, N. Y. / / / and Joseph Zimmer. Return- ing for another terms will be Mesdames A. W. Brindle, T. C. Hentschell, John Davis and (3". J. Hemsing. The annual report showed a very successful year both financially and in member- ship growth. Three new circles, Rue Blethen, Clara Tarte and Irene Weber, were introduced. It was announced that four more are in the organizational process. "Angel Duty" which employs ACC members one day a year as helpers at Catholic Chil- dren's Service, was hailed as the inspirational project of the year. First Communicants At St. Luke's The following children from St. Luke Parish will receive their First Holy Communion tomorrow, May 4. The Rev. William E. Gallagher, pastor, will be the celebrant of the Mass at w h i c h the children will receive Communion. Those from the grade school include: Marselaln OooReY, Mary Krlsnne Brown, Mlchele Brown, Stephen nrown, Mary Brigit aurke, Frank Cole, John Cooper, Daniel Cuttle, Michael DeiRe and Lorl Dupuls. Joseph Fitzpatrick, William Frue- hour, Mark Gardner, nebra Goetleh Patrick Higgins, Theodore Jansen, Zito Kaiser, Jerome Kohler, Thomas McDonald, Robert Maxwell a n d Robert Miller. Steven Millner, Michael Mosman, Charles Netsan, Catherine Newcomb, Michael Palmer, Thomas Penske, Ward Pierson, Gregory Pinckston, Peter Riley and Susan Scheuerman. :James Smith, James Steinauer, Torrance Sweeney, Feltce swendt, TimOthy Uhrich, John Van Halle- beke, Joseph Vldonl, Jill. Volpe and Michael Whlflle. Alec Angus, Suzonne Beeby, Alice BrisseHe, Leslie Ann Brown, Carol Brubeck, William Carel, Michael CuI- ien, Bruce Dlssel, Anne Doherty, Krlsten Oaoley and Lawrence Feder- spiel S Usa n Fitzmaurlce, Christopher Funk, Thomas Heggem, William Neric, NIkld Haeffed, Laura Hughes, Michael Hurley, Deborah Klppen, Loranne Klein, Shannon Kay Mahan, William Molkut and Jullann Marten. Colleen McMIIlan, LOUTS Mladenovlc, Joseph Murphy, Margaret Ann MUl- roney, Theresa Olson, Mark Patneaude, Margaret Peterson, Daniel Ries, Diana Schmldt, Linda Stoneclpher and Mary Catherine Sullivan. Thomas Suryan, Brenda Ann Ver. tin, Trine Wherry, Steven Wlelt- schnlg, Nell Williams and Pamela Wyman. The following are children who attend Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Classes: Mark Anderson, Michael Bates, De- borah Bookie, Susanna Charles Colleen Clarke, Lisa Conely, Matt Creighton, Robert Gullet, Lucia Dune, Susan Eaton, Eugene Fantaine, Kathryn Fester. Charles Ganong, Nell GIIIIgan, Casey Grennan, Gayla Grlesel, Mel- ante Gullck, Daniel Hazel, Janet Hendrlcks, Donna Hopkins, Koran Landry, Pamela Landry, Kathy Land- sam, Ka r n Llnderman, Joseph Monks, Julia McGulnn, Patrlcla Me- Weeny, Michael O'Nell. Mark Pierce, M a r y Plnckstom, Jantce Rees, Maria Restreop, John Robben, S1even Russo, Michael Sol- vine, KIm Sherf, Krystynn Stasiak, Timothy Sullivan, Nicolette Trekeme, Gregg Tuben, Volerle Zorich. Linda Ammons, James Anda, Chris- tine Barlund, Cynthia nreltfuss, Roddy Chiupka, Cheryl Estep, Peggy Finch, Steven Hansman, Cary Henrlchsen, William Hicks, Terry Hubbard, Kathy Jorgensen, Kenne|h Lnndry, Cheryl Mohrt, Bruce McConn, Mary Schramer, Martin .Schlitz, Anna Shuey, Deborah Slenstrom,. Mary Ky Wailtoa and Shellee WInthar. Deaths In Red China Jail Reported HONG KONG (NC)--Reports reaching here state that three Chinese priests have died in prison in Communist China. They are Roy. Peter Chang Eheou-ki of the Sucbow dio- cese, Rev. Michael Yuan of the Haimen diocese and Rev. Matthew She Kia-ki. The dates of their deaths are unknown. THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . . . YOUR ASSURANCE OF SAVINGS 70 Stores In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You Polish May Day Devotions At Immaculate Polish May devotions will be held at the Church of the Im- maculate this Sunday, May 5, from 3 to 4 p.m. All persons of Polish descent in the Seattle area are invited to observe the observance in honor of the Blessed Virgin. The services will consist of Polish hymns, prayers, sermon and Benediction. The Rev. Jan Bogusz will conduct the services and all will be offered for the persecuted people of Poland. Briscoe Benefit Set Tomorrow KENT -- Five well-stocked booths featuring pastry, candy, stuffed animals, surprise pack- ages and miscellaneus gifts and aprons will be in readi- ness for those attending the Young Ladies Institute-Briscoe Maytime Jamboree tomorFow, May 4, at the Briscoe Boys School here. The day begins at 2:30 p.m. and dinner will be served from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Miss Saidie Foye is general chairman and Mrs. Joseph H. Brown ticket chair- man. Paul Hebert is in charge of dinner arrangements with Mrs. Dee Fauver in charge of the dining room. This is the 18th annual bene- fit party sponsored by Tahoma Institute, YLI, for the building fund of Briscoe. More than 50 members are working on this year's committee.. ing fund to raise a mini- mum of $175,000 to un- derwrite the construction of a school, auditorium and convent at Holy Rosary Parish here was announced by Roy. John D. McMahon, pas- tor. The total cost of the build- ings will exceed $500,000. The campaign, to be known as the Holy Rosary Build- ing Fund Campaign, is de- scribed by Father MeMabon as "the largest single pro- ject, both in the amount of funds to be raised and in its scope of construction, ever undertaken in the 23- year-old history of Holy Rosary." The school, designed by Klontz & Wrede, initially will contain 10 classrooms, a library, an auditorium, teachers' lounges and administrative offices. The plan has been developed to allow for expansion to az many as 20 classrooms. It will be a single story con- struction with the basic floor plan in the form of a "U" with a central courtyard. Th .......... and the second floor will be e aumtormm wm oe ample . . ........ ssembl bearooms with the service fac- Tor a Tuft stuay ooay a Y' t .... r .... c ill ies in the basement tar a tuncn :room, ta amau . . . . productions and general parish M:nSClS hiCoh eF:thi er SMee c" use. A kitchen will join the l 1  w auditorium, tember, 1964 will initially ac, commodate 400 students. Play areas will be surfaced The first of the three-phase solicitation is n o w nearing completion. This, the Advance Special Gifts Phase will be followed by the Memorial Phase and the General Phase. Aeeording to Father Me.- Father McMahon has been pastor at Holy Rosary five years where he succeeded Rev. Leonard F. Rafalowski, now administrator at St. blichael Cburch, Olympia. The history of Catholicism Rev. William Lee became the first pastor in 1940. The pre- sent church was dedicated July 15, !951, by the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connol- ly. The Rev. Joseph P. Walter was pastor at that time. Klontz & Wrede, Architects, Sketch of Holy Rosary School, Edmonds and Eighth Avenue on the east in the north section of Edmonds. It will be two stories with a basement and will accommo- date 12 Sisters with expansion facilities incorporated. The out- standing feature will be the chapel with cathedral glass windows. The chapel, parlors, recreation room and dining room will occupy the first floor The campaign for funds will be conducted among the 550 Catholic families of the Edmonds, Woodway P a r k area. The 200 workers will make lersonal visits to their fellow parishioners: and invite them to participate by sub- scribing gift payable over 30 months. One gift will be asked of every wage-earning adult parishioner. Mahon "Our school and con- vent will provide a number of opportunities for the crea- tion of memorials to loved ones, living or deceased. An attractive plaque, suitably inscribed will be attached to each i t e m memorialized. Those who give a memorial will not be asked to give again in the General phase of our campaign." in Edmonds goes back to 190S with the first Mass. Later Rev. J. E. O'Brien at- tended to the spiritual needs of Catholics in Edmonds reg, ularly with Mass at first said in the Old Kennedy Building which later became a Baptist church. The mission of Holy Rosat then acquired five lot on Daley Street at Seventh Avenue and in part to provide parking space and both the school and the convent will be located to- ward the southern end of the property. The convent for the Sisters of the Presentation who will staff the school will be locat- ed on a portion of the nine- acre plot lying between Seventh Avenue on the west CONFIRMATION END-OF.TERM GRADUATION ORDINATION MY MEDITATION ON THE GOSPEL Prayerful thoughts on the Life and Teaehing of Christ. Illustrated. 640 Pages $1.10 to $4.00 THE WHOLE STORY The whole sweep of the history of salvafion-a simple summary of the Old Testament, New Testament and Church History in story form. 704 Pages $1.10 to $4.13 MY WAY OF LIFE For the first time, the Summa of St. Thomas, simplified --in one handy pocket-size volume. 640 Pages $1.56 to$4.13 MY DALLY PRAYER A Different Kind of Prayer Book for the many laymen who desire to pray with the Church in the spirit of the Breviary. 512 Pages 92 to $2.48 MY DAILY BREAD A Summary of the Spiritual Life. Simplified and ar- ranged for Daily Reading, Reflection and Prayer. 448 Pages 90 and $1.50 THE NEW TESTAMENT The popular, pocket sized edition of the Confraternity. of Christian Doctrine's Revision of the New Testament. Ideal for School and,Confrateruity use. 704 Pages $1.14 to $5.90 MY IMITATION OF CHRIST The mostlmpar spiritual book of'all time by Thomas ; Kempis, second only to the Scriptures. A revised edition with 117 original, inspiringillustrations. 480 Pages 90 to $2A8 CHRIST IN THE GOSPEL The Life of Christ in word and plctm'e. 'm' inspired words of the Four Evangelists woven into one com- plete story. 170 illusaon With Study Guide and Daily Practice. 448Pages 5 to $5.26 MY DAILY PSALM BOOK The Perfect Prayer Bookfor all flich circumstances and needs. Arranged for daily reading. Over 200 in- spiring pictures. New English Translation from the New Latin Version. 384 Pages 70 to $5.26 MY SUNDAY MISSAL World's most popular Missal. Many features including an easy-tu-use number system as a means of self in- struction, Latin-English Ordinary.and Dialogue Mass. Millions in use. Regular Type Editiolt, ..... 384 Pages 66 to $7.48 Large Type Edition ........ 512 Pages 82 to $7,66 MY MASS Explained and Illustrated A dramatically illustrated presentation of the Mass de- signed for those who desire a fuller knowledg of the moaning and significance of the Holy Sacrifice. 256 Pages 84 and $1.48 %.: May Intention For THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop May 3, 1963 Ma'y 4 at 10:30 a.m. Mass Attendance Count Ma.cOuarrie Council Begins Everett Convent Blessing A tabulation of Mass attendance in all parish and This Sunday Set .... mission churches, chapels and stations, where the Re elected ,,, Am With You," described