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as  Fr;Ch , h 28, 1965 THE PROGRESS--3 ---Y ....... Y ................ .- uties For Suipicians Providence Hospital Consecration of Human 00i00nment00 to 00u,0000ian in 00our 00tate00 Plans Patient Tower Race to The Immaculate one foreigncountryhavebeen \\; At the annual Provi. project andsCatedthatcoupl received by seven faculty mere- d e n c e Hospital Medical with the 6 million dollar rime. bers of the archdiocesan min- or and major seminaries here, Staff dinner, held at the ration and addition to Mt. St. Heart of Mary Father Michael J. Windjammer, Paul Friediand. Vincent's in West Seattle the O'Neill SS, president of St. der, chairman of the Provi- Sisters of Charity, "were trying ward's Seminary. dance Board of Trustees an. to keep pace with the needs Monday, May 31, is the Feast of the Queenship After 25 years of faithful and notmced plans for a new patient and demands of the people of of the Blessed Virgin Mary. dedicated service to the Church tower. Part of the 10-year Seattle." When Pope Plus XII established this Feast ten and the education of priests in Providence master plan, the At the conclusio n of ]t.e aC the Northwest, Father O'Neill new facility will provide 204 gram. Dr. Raymond years ago, he ordered that on each succeding Feast will relinquish his 10-year post ::: beds to replace those present, was named president of the (May 31), the Act of Consecration of the Human Race as president of the minor semi- i: ly in use. Medical Staff for 1965-65. Dr. to the Immaculate Heart of Mary be recited in all nary to become dean of stud- Cost estimates at this time Clark succeeds Hilding H. Ol- ',hurches and chapels throughout the world, its at St. Stephan's Seminary amoun to $2,876,000 for con- son MD, who ws presented Accordingly, the following "Act of Consecration" in Honolulu, Hawaii. struction and equipment in ad- a plaque for his service. shall be recited on Monday, May 31, in all churches Father John H. Thirlkel SS, dition to $500,000 to renovate and chapels of the Archdiocese after Benediction of a faculty member of St. the present 6th flooro theex. Memorial l Thomas Seminary for 15 isting hospital into Depart. the Most Blessed Sacrament and the Parish Rosary. years, will become dean of sent of Physical Medicine to It should likewise be recited after all family and block students and registrar of St. serve Day Mass Rosaries. Mary's Seminary in Roland FATHER O'NEILL FATHER THIRLKEL FATHER DESMOND Adding this toal total to $6,- Park near Baltimore, Mr. for At Holyrood Act Of Consecration Father John T. Desmond , ray center, new patient ca- who has been at the major trance and present building ran- Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, Refuge of the seminary continuously since ovation the 2-year expenditure The annual Memorial Day qFrluman Race, Vi,ctress in all God's Battles, we humbly 1956, will teach choir and will amount to $9,804,459. Archi- Mass in Holyrood Mausoleum prostrate ourselves before thy throne, confident that speech at St. John's Provincial tects for the project are Nat- will be sung at I0:30 am Men- we shall receive mercy, grace and bountiful assistance Seminary in Detroit. arnore, Bain, Brady and JoMm- day, May 31, in the cemetery, and protection not through our own inadequate mar- Father Richard J. Redmond son in Association with Medical 205 NE 205th St. its, but solely through the great goodness of thy Ma- SS, a faculty member at St. Planning Associates of Calfor- Celebrant will be Father Jo- ternal Heart. Thomas since 1961, will spend nia. seph Doogan, archdiocesan di- the next year preparing to join :  The timetable for eomple- rector of cemeteries and pastor To thee, to thy Immaculate Heart, in this, hu- the faculty of a new Sulpician ii tion is late summer or early of Lynnwood's St. Thomas More manity's tragic hour, we consign and consecrate our- seminary to be opened in Co- : fall of 19U. Appropriately Parish. ;elves in union not only with the Mysti.cal Body of lombia, South America. iii: enough this will mark tbeUth The Rt. Rev. Msgr. John P. Son, Holy Mother Church, now in suffering and Three other priests on St. ::: i: :' Anniversary of the arrival of Doogan, principal of John F. agony inso many places and sorely tried in so many Edward's faculty have received  the Sisters of Charity in Seat- Kennedy Memorial High School, ways, but also with the entire world, torn by fierce new assignments. They are Fa-  : :: .... tie. will give the sermon. ther Adian G. Mercier SS, Fa- Also present at the dinner Deacon of the Mass will be , strife, consumed in a fire of hate, victixn of its own ther R. John Sproule and Fa- : was Mother Mary Loretta FC- Father John Mitchell of Our wickedness, ther Gerald L. Brown. SP, Provincial Superior of the Lady of Fatima Parish and sub- O Mother of Mercy, obtain peace for us from God Fer Mercier, two years Sisters of Charity of Provi- deacon, Father Joseph O'Shea and above all procure for us those graces which pre- prefect of discipline and Latin dance. The Mother Provincial of St. Alphonsus Parish. pare, establish and assure the peace, teacher at the minor seminary, expressed enthusiasm for the will go to St. Joseph's College, Confirmation Queen of Peace, pray for us and give to the world the minor seminary for the the peace for which all peoples are longing, peace in Archdiocese of San Francisco FATHER REDMOND FATHER MERCIER FATHER SPROULE Requiem Sung Of Adults Set the truth, justice and charity of Christ. Give peace to in Mountain View, Calif. The Sacrament of Confirms. the nations, and to the souls of men, that in the tran- Both Fathers Sproule and When Father first arrived in priesthood. For J. Brooks tion will be administered Sun- luility of order the Kingdom of God may prevail. Brown will enter Solitude (the 1940, he found here a commun- For a number of years he has Extend thy protection to the infidels and to all Sulpician nvitiate in Roland ity of only 66 minor seminar- devoted countless hours, par. By His Son day, June 6, 1965, at 3 pm to converts and adults of the City those still in the shadow of death; give them peace Park, Md.) with six other Sul- inns but he has seen that num- ticularly during the summer and grant that on them, too, may shi,ne the sun of pician candidates, bar grow steadily across the months, to the visitation of the Solemn requiem Mass will be of Seattle in St. James Cathed- years to an enrollment of well homes of prospective minor sung this morning, Friday, May ral, Seattle, and on Trinity Sun. truth, that they may unite with us in proclaiming be- Father O'Neill has been member of the Et. Edward's over 200. seminarians, showing a series 28, at 10 am for ffohn Joseph day, June 13, 1965 at 3 pm to fore the one and only Savior of the world "Glory to minor seminary faculty since Father O'Neill's more than of slides on seminary life and Brooks by his son, Father converts and adults of the City God in the highest and peace to men of good will." September, 1940. Born De- passing knowledge of the an- talking to various groups for James Brooks of St. Mark's of Tacoma and vicinity in Holy Give peace to the peoples separated by error or cember 14, 1910, in Baltimore, cient Greeks and Romans the purpose c,f encouraging Parish, at St. Edward's Church. Rosary Church, Tacoma. discord and especially to those who profess such sin- a son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick proved an advantage in more priestly vocations. Father Michael O'Callaghan, A brief instruction on the Sac- ular devotion to thee and in whose homes an hen- O'Neill, Father O'Neill at- places than the classroom. Father O'Neill expects to leave pastor of St. Edward's Parish, rament of Confirmation and the red place was ever accorded thy venerated image; tended St. Ann's, Corpus ...From 1952 to 1953, Father. for Hawaii sometime this sum- will give the sermon, order to be followed for the Christi, and SS. Philip O'Neill during those 11 years mer. He will be missed not Mr. Brooks, a resident of the ceremony itself will be given bring them back to the one fold of Christ under the and James' Schools in his ha- directed some 20 stage pro- only by seminarians but also ffosephinum, died May 25. He in St. James Cathedral Satur- one true Shepherd. tire city. ductions including "Mac- by his fellow Sulpicians for had been a long time member day, June 5, at 8 pro, and in Beth," "Julius Caesar," and whom "his daily life has been of St. Edward's Parish and was Holy Rosary Church, Tacoma, Obtain peace and complete freedom for the Holy He began his studies for the "The Merchant of Venice." a lesson in true priestliness." a member of the Holy Name So- on Friday, June II, at 7:30 prn. Church of God; stay the spreading flood of modern priest hood in 1925 t St. ciety and an auxiliary member The Sacrament will be con. paganism; enkindle in the faithful the love of purity, Charles College, Catonsville, He became the second su- The lives, spent in the of the Legion of Mary. tarred by the Most Reverend the practice of the Christian life and an apostolic zeal Md., the preparatory seminary parlor of the minor seminary Archdiocese by the o t h e r Besides Father Brooks he is Thomas E. Gill, Auxiliary Bish- under the direction of the Sul- December 31, 1955, when he seminary professors, also so that the servants of God may increase in merit and pician Fathers. Following his succeeded to the presidency have been productive and in- survived by another son, Daniel opd S e a t t I e. Chaplains to in number, graduation from St. Charles in the late Father J. Cyril Duke- spirafionaL Brooks; three daughters, Miss the Bishop will be Father Wil. Lastly, as the Church and the entire human race 1931, he entered St. Mary's hart SS. Father Thirlkel for 15 years FATHER BROWN Janet Brooks, Mrs. Robert liam Treacy, Director of the Thomas and Mrs. Gerald HoUe; Catholic Information Center, .re consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, so that Seminary in Baltimore and was In 10 years as superior of St. has taught dogmatic', oral and Solitude in 1956 and pursuing and four grandchildren, and Father James Dandy, pes- in reposing all hope in Him, He might become for ordained to the priesthood Edward's, Father O'Neill has ascetical theology, directed higher studies in Rome, he tor of Our Lady of Guadalupe June 10, 1937 by Archbishop very effectively guided and in- drama and served as faculty spent two years at St. John's Parish. them the sign and pledge of victory and salvation, so Michael Cuvley. spired young students for the editor of St. Thomas' saga- Seminary in Detroit. Coming Requiem Sung Wipers will be Father 'Photo. we in like manner consecrate ourselves forever also After graduation Father O'- priesthood from all corners of zinc, "The Harvester." to St. Thomas in 1Nl, he as McEnnis, pastor of St. Bar- to thee and to thy Immaculate Heart, Our Mother and Neill entered the Sulpician Sol- the Northwest. As one of them For S00ate Rap nadette's Prish and Father Al- Queen, that thy love and patronage may hasten the itude at Catonsville, and the -- now an ordained priest Father Thirlkel is also re- has taught church history, triumph of the Kingdom of God and that all nati, ons, following year he was assigned himself -- stated it: membereders for his occasionalbY ProgreSSfeatures,read- alsoliturgYa memberand Scripture.of the HeArch.is Ann O Donnell Mary'sH'Parish.Allard' pastor of St. at peace with one another and with God, may pro- to the St. Charles College fac- "To the students who have appearing in this archdiocesan diocesan Commission on Lit- Requiem Mass was sung May Proxys will be Mr. and Mrs. ,...claim thee blessed, and with thee may raise voices ulty where he taught until had the privilege of working newspaper, urgy and Sacred Music. 25 for Miss Arm Teresa O'Don- William Harris of St. Patrick's Bo resound from pole to pole in the chant of the ever- 1939. In the fall of 1939, Father with him, there will always WFlasting Magnificat of glory, love, and gratitude to the O'Neill entered Catholic Uni- be but one Father O'Neill Joining the major seminary The seminary in Colombia is nell, Washingt(m State Repre- Parish; nnd Mr. and Mrs. -- Charles Law of Our Lady of Heart of Jesus, where alone they can find truth and versity of America for gradu- the priest whose patience, faculty in 1951, Father Des- expected to open either next sentative, at St. Samea Cath. Guadalupe Parish. peace. Amen. ate studies in Latin and Greek. thoughtfulness, and ready mend took his Solitude in 1953 year or in 1967. edral.Miss O'Dovaell, 29, died cardEaChfromreCipienthis pastorwill presentto them He was awarded a master of good humor they have come and retned to St. Thomas in Father Sproule has been at May 25 after surgery. She was arts degree in June, 1940. to know and admire." 1956 after pursuing graduate St. Edward's since 1963 and Confirmation of Adults Assigned to St. Edward's Outside the seminary, one of studies. He has been the semi. has taught religion, physics serving her fourth term as chaplain assisting the Most representative fr'n  37th Reverend Bishop conferring the The Sacrament of ConfirmatLon will be admin- Seminary in 1940, Father Father O'Neill's finest and nary's choir director and pro- and general science. Father district. Sacrament. istered on Pentecost Sunday, June 6, 1965, at 3 p.m. O'Neill has taught religion, most important achievements fessor of music and homiletics. Brown, newly-ordai.ned lt s t She was born in Helena, to converts and adults of the City of Seattle in St. English, Latin and Greek to has been his generous giving of Father R e d m o n d first year from St. Patrick's Semi- Mont., and came to Seattle as hundreds of young candidates time and energy to the work joined St. Edward's faculty nary in Menlo Park, Calif., has a child. Ann was graduated mkames Cathedral, Seattle, and on Trinity Sunday, for the priesthood, of fostering vocations to the after ordination in 1954. After taught Ltin and religion, from Immaculate Grade and IPJune 13, 1965, at 3 p.m. to converts and adults of the High School and was qt 1957 City of Tacoma and vicinity in Holy Rosary Church, graduate in political science le of Sisters Each recipientwillpresentacardtothechap- Students Take Re lain assisting the Most Reverend Archbishop or tater and an active member of the Young Democrats. Bishop in conferring of the Sacrament. The card, As a 23 year old University which is to be procured from the proper pastor, is to of Washingtmt Law student, bear the name of the saint chosen as patron and By Joyce DeSoto "serious work." They kept busy Miss O'Donnell became the ther information as indicated thereon. Staff Writer, Everett Herald as they guided their younger youngest state representative schoolmates through a day of in the nation when she was the A brief instruction on the Sacrament of Confix- "Good Morning, Sister," reading, 'rithmetic and writing, unanimous choice of the King mation and the order to be followed for the ceremony chorused students at St. By the middle of the day stu- County Board of Commission- itself will be given in St. James Cathedral Saturday M a r y Magdalen School dents were addressing their ers to replace Senator Fred evening, June 5, at 8 p.m. and in Holy Rosary Church, Friday morning as their teach- teachers by their newly ac- Dore as state representative. Following her House appoint- Tacoma, on Friday evening, June 11, at 7:30 p.m. ers entered the room. quired titles as they met them sent in 1959, she was elected to The routine that marks a in the halls: Vigil the 37th district seat in 1960 of Pentecost Catholic school was there, only A child who had gotten sick and reelected in 1962 and 1964. Saturday, the Vigil of Pentecost, is a day of fast the teachers weren't Sisters as was resting comfortably in the During these years she was par- nd partial abstinence; i.e. meat may be taken at the usual, office infirmary, ticuMrly concerned with min- Brincipal meal. They were replaced by the A substitute teacher had been ority problems, labor legisla- school's ninth grade students found for Dan Schmidt, who tics, the legal status of women Memorial Day who had decided to take over was home ill. and other humanitarian legis- for the day and give the Sis- The girls who had worn heels laden. A Solemn Mass of Requiem will be offered for tars "a day off." found that sightly uncomfort- In Olympia Governor Dan the repose of the souls of the Faithful at 10:30 a.m. The only adult allowed in able for teaching but more so Evans expressed shock and Monday, May 31, in the Mausoleum Chapel of Holy- the building all day was Sister when running bases with the sadness at Miss O'DonneU's rood Cemetery. The public is invited to .ttend. Superior. The other Sisters fourth-grade boys. death. stayed next door in the con- And the teen-age teachers had Survivors include hex mother, Nocturnal Devotions vent. Only once did they tip- decided they really didn't want Mrs. Dan O'Donnetl, Seattle; t toe in "to take a peek." : : coffee in the faculty room with two sisters, Mrs. Ted Pearson, The Reverend Pastors of King and Pierce Coun- "You don't always have to lunch. A sandwich and milk Mercer Island, and Mrs. Mar- ies are requested to announce at all Masses Sunday, have adults around," Sister told would do. tin Palmer, Renton; and a May 30, the hours of adoration suggested for their the 400 students the day before. A 2 o'clock the "substitute" brother, Dan, also of Seattle. respective parishes for the "First Saturday" Vigil at teachers ended their day with St. James Cathedral, Seattle, and St. Patrick's Church, But to make sure pupils un- a "thank you" tea for their Nun o Dedicate derst0od the normal day's Sisters. Tacoma, during the night of June 4-5. schedule would be maintained And as one said, "I'm tired, Ship in Honor of Sister hung a ribbon on the- but I wish we could do it for Appointment outside of each door. NINTH-GRADERS of St. Mary Magdalen Parochial a week." Chaplain-Brother The following appointment has been approved by The ribbon, she explained, School took over teaching dudes from the Sisters of the D BAY CITY, Mich. (NC)--A ur Most Reverend Archbishop: would come down the minute Holy Names for a full day last week. Assigned to teach Red Chinese des.oyer escort named they misbehaved. At the end of the third grade were Glands Heinzen, left, and Julee Me- for the only US armed service The Reverend Daniel Buckley, CSsR, Retreat the day if the ribbon still was Master, Palisades Retreat, Tacoma. there each student would have Leland, right. (Everett Herald sta/f photo by Ken Knudson., Papers Aack chaplain to win the Congres- THE CHANCERY the Finest (00hrislian ]3r0thers Wines a chance to win a religious stat- sional Medal of Honor will be By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop ue. even planned a special art tes- known only one ribbon came Schohsfidsm dedicated here September 23 by his sister, who is a Maryknoll May 28, 1965 The teen-age teachers didn't son. Fifty fourth graders took down from any of the doors. HONG KONG (NC) -- The nun. walk into their big day blind, feathered birds made from con- And this ribbon was put up latest target for the barbed The ship is the US$ O'Calla- Each had planned a highly de- struction paper home "from again a short while later, pens of the Communist Chin- ban, named for the late Father ..na,, Retreat Schedule ese is scholasticism, that "hand- Joseph T. O'Callahan S,. It will tailed schedule the night before, school. The teachers learned just as maid of theology" which "takes be christened at the DeFoe using the Sister's notes as a Being a Friday, tests were much as their students Friday. people away from the realistic Shipyards by Sister Rose Marie, guide, given. Some students tried to The Palisades Visitation Retreat Two fourth grade teachers "pull the wool" over their sub- As Pat Callaghan said, "You struggle and makes them sub- the former Alice O'Callahan of stitute teacher's eyes by lear- really find out what a teacher mit to the will of God and Cambridge, Mass. She is on the (Men'SjuneRetreat18, House)20 (Women'SJuneRetreat4, 5, 6Huse) | NEW! | ing their desks to sharpen pen- goes through." bySUbjects them to enslavement faculty of Maryknoll College, 19, I I cils during a test. Other stu- Nancy Willingham who be- oppressors." Manila, the Philippines. Special Retreat St. Teresa, Seattle OPENS JUNE I Sth! | I dents immediately rebuffed came school secretary for the Historically, scholasticism Father O'Callahan, whodied Holy Rosary, Edmonds Visitation, Tacoma RAUFER'S NORTH END BRANCH | them by letting it be known day added, "I didn't think Mrs. is a philosophical movement March 18, 19!, was a Navy June 11, 12, 13 $39 N. [. 110th | "we don't do that ever." Hubenicht did so much." which reached its height in the chaplain aboard the USS Middle Ages with such thinkers Franklin in 1945 when a Japa- Near Junior Soot sh. I There were other minor in- For the boy teachers--dressed as Albertus Magnus, Duns Sco- nese dive bomber turned the st.SacredLouise,Heart'BellevueBelevue V, BIk. g. el ath|ata -| discretions. But as far as is in their best suits -- it was tus and Thomas'Acquinas. aircraft into an infenlo. The Chmtian arothorgNapa, Calilomis