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, ,'# Thousands Mary Day At St. Edward's Seminary May 17 1964 Attend Ceremonies WITH STATUE of the Blessed Virgin, in upper picture, at Mary Day ceremonies May 17 at St. Edward's Seminary, are Jimmy and Joan Jorgenson, children of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jorgenson, 1428 First Ave. N. in St. Ann Parish. In lower picture, Daniel Cribbs, crownbearer, stands in front Father Lane's First Mass At St. Anne's e e e The Ray. Mr. Thomas Vin- cent Lane, who will be ordained Saturday in St. Paul's Cathe- dral, Yakima, by the Most Rev- erend Joseph P. Dougherty, will sing his first solemn Mass in St. Anne's Church, Seattle, at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, May 24. The Rev. Mr, Lane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Lane, 362 Boston St., Seattle. The Rev. Bernard Cremer will be Archpriest for the new priest's Mass and Ray. John F. Henaghan will preach the ser- mon. Retreat House Gives Cursillos AUGUSTA, Maine (NC) -- Our Lady of the Cenacle Re- treat House here has been authorized by Bishop Daniel J. Feeney of Portland to conduct Cursillos de Cristiandad for priests and lay peovle. Cursillos are "courses" in spiritual and apostolic forma- tion that have gained great popularity in Spanish-speaking countries and North America. e ii!i!!ii!!!!i!i!iiiii!i: :!i of Chardell Kern, center, who crowned the statue of fle Virgin. Maids of honor were, at left, Gaye Dickerson and Kathleen Conway, and at right, Theresa Connelly and Susan Carpenter, all of St. John Parish. Archbishop To Confer Major, Minor Orders His Excellency, the Most Reverend Thomas A. C o n n o 1 1 y, Archbishop of Seattle, will confer the orders of diaconate, and exorcist and acolyte on semi- narians from St. Thomas the Apostle Seminary at ceremonies slated for 8 a.m. Saturday, May 30, in the seminary chapel. The Very Rev. Denis D. EXORCIST AND ACOLYTE Foudy, S.S., president of the seminary, will be assistant priest, and chaplains to the Archbishop will be the Rev. William S. Morris, S.S., and Rev. Justin E. Knuff, S.S. The Rev. John Thirlkel, S.S., will be master of ceremonies. Receiving the orders are: Diocese of Spokane: Joseph Michael Weitensteiner. Archdiocese of Portland: Jo- seph Anthony Baccillieri, Ger- ald Lee McCray, and Michael Laurence Susbauer. Diocese of Baker: Edmund Mark Fern. Pope Names Auxiliaries For Buffalo WASHINGTON (NC) -- Pope Paul VI has named two priests to serve as Auxiliary Bishops of Buffalo, N. Y. They are Msgr. Plus A. Ben- incase, 50, who since 1954 has been serving at the Vatican Secretariat of State, and Msgr. Stanislaus Joseph Brzana, 46, pastor of Queen of Peace par- ish, Buffalo. The appointments were an- nounced here May 20 by Arch- bishop Egidio Vagnozzi. Fr;day, May 22, 1964 THE PROGRESS--3 Bishop Confirms 538 Sunday The Sacrament of Con- firmation w a s admini- stered to 538 adults by the Most Reverend Thom- as E. Gill, V.G., auxiliary bishop of Seattle, Pentecost Sunday, May 17, in ceremon- ies at St. James Cathedral. Those confirmed, primarily converts, were from parishes in Seattle and vicinity. Bishop Gill was celebrant of solemn Benediction at the close of the ceremonies. Assisting the bishop during Confirmation were Rev. Joseph Vogel and Rev. William E. Gal- lagher, chaplains. Wipers of the oil were Rev. Emery J. Blanehard and Ray. Anthony McGirl. Master of ceremonies was Rev. Dennis F. Muehe. Serving as proxy sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, G. Snider of St. Luke Parish. Those confirmed, 338 worn. en and 199 men, were from the following Seattle-area par- ishes: St. James Cathedral, 20 girls and 21 boys, 21 women and 21 men: Assumption, 4 women and 1 man; Blessed Sacrament, 8 women and 2 men; Christ the King, 9 women and 8 men; Fort Lawton Chapel, 1 wom- an; Holy Family, 7 women and 9 men; Holy Rosary, 9 women and 2 men; Immaculate Con- ception, 6 women and 6 men: Our Lady of Fatima, 2 women; Our Lady of Guad- alupe, 13 women and S men; Our Lady of the Lake, 9 wom- en and 9 men; Our Lady of Lourdes, S women and 9 men; Our Lady of Mt. Vir- gin, 1 woman and 1 man; Sacred Heart, 6 women and 4 men; St. Alphonsus, 12 women and 6 men; St. Anne, 3 women and 1 man; St. Benedict, 21 women and 3 men; St. Bernadette, 9 wom- en and 3 men; St. Catherine, 7 women and 4 men; "St. Ed- ward, 9 women and 8 men; St. George, 5 women and 2 men; St. John, 11 women and 10 men; St. Joseph, 6 women and 4 men: St. Luke, 17 women and 4 men; St. Margaret, 5 women; St. Mark, 11 women and 6 men; St. Mary, 2 women and 3 men: St. Matthew, 16 women and 4 men; St. Patrick, 1 woman and 1 man; St. Paul, 9 women and 5 men: St. Peter, 1 woman and 1 man: St. Teresa, S wom- en and 4 men. Confirmed f r o m parishes outside Seattle were: lmmae- Bishop Gill Administers Confirmation On Feast of Pentecost ulate Conception, Arlington, 1 woman; Sacred Heart, Bellevue, 1 woman and 4 men; St. Brendan, Bothell, women and 1 man; Star of the Sea, Bremerton, 1 man; St. Philomena, Des Moines, 3 women; Holy Rosary, Edmonds, 2 women and 1 man; Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett. 1 woman; St. Vincent de Paul, Federal Way, 4 women and 1 man; Holy Family, Kirkland, 7 women and 3 men; St. Thom- as More, Lynnwood, 4 women and 3 men; St. Monica, Mercer Island, 6 women and 3 men; St. Plus X, Mountlake Terrace, 2 women and 1 man; All Saints, Puyal- lup, 1 woman; St. Anthony, Renton. 14 women and 6 men; St. Thomas, Riverton, 1 wom- an; St. Francis, Seahurst' 5 i women and 4 men; St. Charles Borromeo, Tacoma, 2 women St. Martin of Tours, Tacoma, I ', man. Stein Family's Story Has 'Magic, the story?" It seems that about two years ago, a young, active couple, in their thirties, having adopted two children, wanted to know how they might help care for children who, because of some shift of fate or fortune, needed to be away from their own families at least temporar- fly. Although theirs was a busy, happy life, filled with many in- terests, they eagerly searched for still more ways of sharing their hearts and their home. By Irene Weber Casework Director, Archdiocesan Catholic Children's Services ' It seems that this story should begin "Once upon a time." In many ways it has all the wonder of a fairy story. But this story has more magic, and furthermore it is true. While walking through the waiting room at Catholic Chil- dren's Services a few days ago, I was delightfully impeded by Mr. Stein, a Boeing em- ployee, and obviously devoted husband and father, talked of the fun the family had. He was an ardent fisherman, a water skier, and a skipper of the family's launch during his rec- reational hours Mrs. Stein, an obviously contented wife and happy mother, enjoyed making clothes, molding and painting ceramics, and being a pretty good amateur barber to boot. It was not long before the Stein family qualified as ear- tiffed foster parents, as well as adoptive parents. They de- cided to start their new voca- tion at the beginning -- with babies who needed substitute parents until they were legal- ly and otherwise ready for adoption. From August, 1962, through August, 1963, the family gave six infants of varying racial the small, lithe body of a honey-crowned moppet of five years, absorbed in rearranging the well-worn furniture of the agency's doll house. Watching nearby were her brothers, wide- eyed, tow-beaded L a n c e of three summers: brown-eyed, one-year-old Timothy, comfort- ably balanced on his father's wide shoulders, and angelic black-eyed, dark-skinned Rita, pink organdy adorned, nestling on her foster mother and cares- sing her with chubby arms. Mr. Stein quickly explained that there were five more children in school, but he and his wife had brought the pre- schonlers in to see us that day because it was a cehbra- fion day--the day they were going to adopt their third child. The other six are foster children. I lost no time in finding the caseworker to inquire "what's DIACONATE Archdicese f Seattle: Gary O di Sh d I d S MichaelAngelovic, sonofMr, r nations c e u e at eminary and Mrs. Stephen W. Angelovic, Archdiocese of Seattle: Mich- ael Thomas Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ed- wards, BeUingham; Richard Paul Lesnick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lesnick, Olym. pia; John Patrick McDermott, son of Dr. and Mrs. John P. McDermott, Seattle; James Conway Westenhaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. West- tenhaver, Ravenswood, West Virginia; and William Joseph Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Young, Seattle. Diocese of Yakima: William Michael Campbell, Thomas Clement Champoux, Joseph Bernard Ibach, Michael Dennis Monahan, and Gary Frederick Severin. Diocese of Spokane: J o h n Edward McGrann, and Joseph Michael Weitensteiner. Archdiocese of Portland: Jo- seph Anthony Baccillieri, Ger- ald Lee McCray, Timothy John Murphy, and Michael Laurence Susbauer. Diocese of Baker: Edmund Mark Fern. Diocese of Great Falls: Jer- ome Peter Connolly, David Wasko Konecny, and Terrence Patrick Regan. Diocese of Boise: David Louis Riffle and William Alois Wassmuth. EXORCIST AND ACOLYTE Archdiocese of Seattle: John Wendell Clark, son of Mrs. Anne Clark, Port Angeles; Alan Frederick Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Marshall, Tacoma; Edward David Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Miller, Seattle; and Bernard Albert Rinkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rin- kel, Sumner. Diocese of Yaldma: Joseph Ybarra. Diocese of Spokane: Thomas Charles Caswell. Archdiocese of P o r t I a n d: Scott Anthony Vandebey. D i o c a e of Great Falls: Thomas Lansing MacIntyre, and Dale Floyd McFarlane. Diocese of Boise: Lorenzo Louis Driggs and Joseph Fran- cis Schmidt. SUBDIACONATE Archdiocese of Seattle: Gary Michael Angelovic, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Angelo- vic, Seattle; John Joseph Bow- man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bur J. Bowman, Seattle: David Alan Brandt, son of Charles W. Brant, Dayton, Ohio; Rich- ard Kenji Hayatsu, son of the late John J. Hayatsu and Mrs. Ruth Hayatsu, Seattle; Eu- gene Wilfred Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis, Seattle; Michael James McDer- mott, son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. McDermott, Seattle; Theodore Irving Marine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Mar- me, Anacortes; Michael Charles O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. O'Brien, Tacoma: and Jeffrey Lynn Sarkies, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sarkies, Seattle. Diocese of Yakima: George Patrick Campbell and Charles Ernest Roy. Diocese of Spokane: Richard Leroy Weeks. Archdiocese of Portland: Gor- don Eberle Dickey, Donald John Erceg, Gary Lee Jacob- son, Gerald Martin Quintal and Lee Edwin Remington. Diocese of Great Falls: John Anthony Diekhans. Diocese of Helena: John Jo- seph Cox and Hugo Maria Van Woerkom. Diocese of Boise: William Raymond Gould. Seattle; John Joseph Bowman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Bowman, Seattle; David Alan Brant, son of Charles W. Brant, Dayton, Ohio; Richard Kenii Hayatsu, son of the late John J. Hayatsu and Mrs. Ruth Hay- atsu, Seattle; Eugene Wilfred Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Lewis, Seattle; Michael James McDermott, son of Dr. and Mrs. John P. McDermott, Seattle; Theodore Irving Mar- me. son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Marmo, Anacortes; Michael Charles O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. O'Brien, Tacoma, and Jeffrey Lynn Sarkies. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Sarkies, Seattle. Diocese of Yakima: George Patrick Campbell and Charles Ernest Roy. Diocese of Spokane: Richard Leroy Weeks. Archdiocese of P o r t I a n d: George Eberle Dickey, Donald John Erceg, Gary Lee Jacob- son, Gerald Martin Quintal and Lee Edwin Remington. Diocese of Great Falls: Jo- seph Anthony Diekhans. Diocese of Helena: John Cox and Hugo Maria Van Woerkom. Diocese of Boise: William Raymond Gould. H i s Excellency, the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, will officiate at two ordination rites in St. Thomas the Apostle Seminary Chapel, one will be at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 27, and the other at 6:30 a.m. Thurs- day, May 28. The Very Rev. Denis D. Foudy, S.S., semi. nary rector, will be assistant priest. Chaplains to Bishop Gill at both ceremonies will be Rev. Charles A. Kerin, S.S., and Rev. John Dougherty, S.S. The Rev. John Thirlkel, S.S., will be master of ceremonies. At the ceremonies May 27, seminarians r e c e i v i n g the order of tonsure will include: Archdiocese of Portland: Jo- seph Anthony Baccillieri, Ger- ald Lee McCray, and Michael Laurence Susbauer. Diocese of Spokane: Joseph Michael Weitensteiner. Diocese of Great Falls: Jerome Peter Connolly. Diocese of Baker: Edmund Mark Fern. On May 28, in the chapel, Bishop Gill will confer orners as follows: background the kind of start in life which cannot be valued ex- cept in the priceless coin of hu- man devotion. Close to the Steins' first anni- versary year of being foster parents, the agency was asked to care for three children of a family of five school.age chil- are the adopting kind. It may be a stranded family from their  home town. an elderly man who is alone for a while, or just a puppy without a bone-- there is no end to the giving." The conversation continued on- ly long enough to receive as- surance from Mr. and Mrs. dren, aged six, seven, and eight Stein that our little family was years. T h e d a i 1 y "call to more than welcome there. arrest" which echoes up and down the hallways of the agen- cy, was sounded. A home was needed for three devoted broth- ers and a sister who could not be separated. Would the Steins have room? The worker at the applica- tion desk asked the home- finder, who knew the family well, "what is this foster fam- ily like?" Her enthusiastic expression gave the answer, "This foster home---it's like a miniature Disneyland outside, and a toyland inside. It's the kind of home where anything goes if it's for the kids." Another worker, who knew the family when they adopted Lance, supplemented the first reply, "The Steins--well, they This was in September. By November the children's 14- year-old sister joined the foster family, and by January the re- maining member of the family, who still was of school age, a sister just sweet 16, made the' family complete. "Now we are nine" is the way the proud par- ents describe how their family grew. How does one describe ma- gic? Theologians, philoso- phers, poets have tried to de- scribe it or explain it. Artists have tried to paint it. Mnsi- duns have attempted to cap- ture it in sound. Magic? Is it God's love in ac- tion? At least that day it seemed to me I had felt it breathe and watched it move. Ordination Of Six Deacons Tomorrow (Continued from Page 2) brate his first solemn Mass ifi St. Luke' Church, Seattle, at 12 ! noon, Sunday, May 24. The Rev. William E. Gallagher, pastor of St. Luke's, will be i Archpriest, and Rev. Michael O'Brien, C.S.C., will preach th sermon. The Rev. James Trepanier, C.S.C., will serve as dee-": con. The Ray. Mr. Reclua attended St. Teresa Parochial School, and Seattle Preparatory School, Seattle, and Columbia Prepara- , tory, Portland, Ore., before entering the Holy Cross Seminary, Notre Dame, in 1955. He was graduated cure laude from the Uni- versity of Notre Dame in 1960 and attended Holy Cross College, Washington, D.C., for theology. He has three brothers: Jerome, 1918 S.W. 164th, Seattle, an artist for Boeing Aircraft and teacher at Cornish Art School: Ronald Jr., a high teacher at Tonasket, Wash., and Gary attend- ! ing high school here. After ordination, he may be assigned to any of the works of '' the Holy Cross Fathers: teaching, home and foreign missions, ! parish work, the preaching of retreats and missions, youth work, chaplaincies, editing and publishing, etc. A reception will be held in St. Luke's Auditorium after the Mass. Sea Bottles in Modern Switch KARLSRUHE, Germany (NC)--An American military chap- lain here has resorted to an ancient form of communication to ap- peal for world peace--using the sea as his postman. The Rev. John J. Kowsky of the New York archdiocese dropped 5,000 pleas for peace in four languages in the Rhine river near here May 8-9, sealed in small waterproof plastic boxes--la modern switch on the old custom of using bottles. Money for the boxes, normally used for packaging medicines, was collected in the priest's American parish here.