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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, June 21, 1963  Father Szeman THE mission CHRnGE "THE past: 50 years have brought radical changes in ............. / the Mission world: INVESTITURE and profession ceremonies were held son, Sister Mary Andrew Chase, Sister Mary Susan Fisher, For more than three centuries, religious and recently in Edmonds for Dominican Sisters of the Congre- Sister Paul Marie Cullinane; (third row) Sister Mary Robert missionary congregations labored to develop an indigenous gation of the Holy Cross. The participants (from left) Byron, Sister Mary Edward Lee, Sister Mary Gerald Matte- include (first row) Sister M. Judith Ann Burnstin, Sister son, Sister M. Germaine Corwin, Sister M. Carol Sullivan, M. Matthew Gorman, Sister Mary Rebecca Ogle, Sister Sister M. Bernadette Broemeling, Sister M. Catherine Church in China, Today, all of those missionaries have been cast out or are dead. Christians are in jail or labor camps; others have been forced underground. This "bamboo curtain" exists also in North Vietnam and North Korea. ASIA, AFRICA AND OCEANIA Several of the newly independent States make it difficult, if not impossible, for prospective missionaries to obtain visas. Thus, as the older missionaries die, there are no replacements. In other newly emergent nations, schools have been expropriated and secularized; missionaries have been jailed on trumped-up charges. In some countries, the governments have officially embraced a political philosophy in opposition to the Church's social teaching. NEEDED: a large quota of reinforcements. There are some 40,000 priests and 70,000 Sisters working in Africa and Asia, Society for The Pro'pagatio, of the Faith Roy. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Direr:tar 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4MA. 2-8880 an insignificant number when compared to the 350,000 priests and nearly 1,000,000 nuns throughout the world. In the United States alone, there are some 56,000 priests and 170,000 nuns. "TWELVE MORE PRIESTS IN AN AREA WOULD MAKE IT POSSIBLE TO ESTABLISH THE FAITH TODAY, WHERE- AS THAT LAND MAY TOMORROW BE CULTIVATED BY OTHER WORKERS THAN THE LORD'S AND SO BECOME LOST TO THE TRUE FAITH," said Pope Plus XII. HELP IS COMING New congregations are being established; secular priests are being loaned to overseas bishops; increasing numbers of lay people leaving to work in the missions--as special delegates for organizations, as helpers attached to missionary institutes or as apostles in their own profession. TAIWAN The results of all this new effort is at times very evident. Just the other day 500 aborigines witnessed the opening of the church they built during catechumenate, while studying to be baptized. Missionary work among the Wu-Tai aborigines, started ten years ago by a local catechist, was prolonged by language problems. During this time, the catechumens carried materials for their church along mountain paths from a place ten hours away--eloquent proof of their fervor and constancy! e Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Direetor of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 4, Wash. Jubilees Order's Habit ciety. Mr. McHugh, 79 former TACOMA--Seven Dominican TACOMA -- Ten postulants caretaker at Calvary Cemetery Fourth Degree Sisters of the Congregation of received the Dominican habit and at Assumption Parish, is Saturday in a ceremony at For the Inaugural Ball Set st. Thomas Aquinas Sunday Mount St. Dominic Chapel in a native of Buckley. He is a celebrated their jubilee with a the Novitiate of the Dominican member of the Knights of Co- lumbus, Holy Name Society The annual Fourth Degree solemn high Mass in the Mary- Sisters of the Congregation of and St. Vincent de Paul So- UNUSUA L Knights of Columbus inaugural mount Motherhouse here. St. Thomas Aquinas here. IN GIFT.S.. banquet and ball of James ciety. Shields General Assembly will The jubilarians are Sis t e r The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Edward Their two priest sons are UnDERSl)g be held Saturday, June 29, in Mary Ambrosia, O.P., of Holy J" McFadden, delegate of the Rev. Andrew E. MeHugh, as- G Most Reverend Thomas A. Con- the Tyee Yacht Club. Rosary High School, Seattle; nolly, Archbishop of Seattle, sistant pastor of Assumption Social hour will begin at 6:30 Sister Mary Laurentia, O.P., presided and preached the ser- Parish, Bellingham; and Roy. Orff,u/.,we/ p.m.couple.Admission is $15 per principal of St. Paul's School, man. reetorMiehaelof J'theMeHugh'Jesuit NovitateS" J., C o - c h a i r m e n are W.C. Yakima; and Sister Mary Mar- Celebrant of the high Mass in Sheridan, Ore. 527 PINE 764 SROADWAY (Charley) Heib Jr. and Robert tina, O.P., also of St. Paul's. was Rev. James Himes of Cow- starter tACOmA Caldwell, assisted by Mrs. Roy Marking the 25th anniver- iche. Present in the sanctuary They also have another son, Roberts. sary of their professions were was Rev. Phillip Zediker of St. C.A. McHugh Jr., Santa Ana, Sister Mary Dominic, O.P., Sis- Andrew Parish, Ellensburg. Calif.; f i v e daughters, Mrs. tar Mary Agnes, O.P., Sister The postulants and their new George C. (E 1 1 e n) Herald, REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW Mary Roberta, O.P., and Sister names in religion are: Puyallup; Mrs. D. J. (Kath- Mary Alexia, O.P. All have Lucille De Maria, Sister M. leon) Hurson, Kennewick; Mrs. IIL  [J  taught in schools and Co n-Jeanine of St. Peter; Mary Mark (Mary) Riches on, Bear- fraternity of Christian Doctrine Frances Browne, Sister M. erton, Ore.; Mrs. P a u I V. classes in the Archdiocese. Teresita of the Blessed Trinity; (Ronnie) Herald and Mrs. Rich- Celebrant was Roy. Bode Brigid Martha Reilly, Sister M. ard J. (Christine) Weber, both Ernsdorff, O.S.B., of St. Mar- Matthew of the Child Jesus; of Seattle; and 34 grandchil- fin's College, Deacon was'Roy. Anne Eucharia Nugent, Sister dren. Dunstan Dunphy, O.F.M., of M. Xavier of the Sacred Heart; FORMAL WEAR RENTALS Santa Barbara; and subdeacon, Carolyn Lee Bowman, Sister M. 9th & OIIveMU 2-5898 Rev. Walter Hellan, O.S.B., also Brian of the Holy Cross; Susan Guadalupe Joan Menig, Sister M. Marcus of St. Martin's. ' 4716 University ;Way N.E.--LA 4-4100 Father Walter is a cousin of of the Sacred Heart of Jesus; Shrine Marian In Tacoma: 1302 Tacoma Ave, So,--BR 2-8215 Sister Martina and Father Dun- Eleanor Joan Byrne, Sister M. i I_ , m i . phy a nephew of Sister Am- Andrew of the Blessed Sacra- IklUl /alK bro.ia meat' Teresa Ann Risse Sister Mrs. Ado Poison a Guada-  - " M. Georgeann of St. "i?eresa; lupana volunteer, will be guest I i Barbara Ann Felon, Sister M. speaker of the Marian Club's I I Lucille of the Blessed Sacra- iii:iiii final meetingof I ...... red I ment" Christianne Tara White, ::i!i!ii:: the s e a s o n I LaKe 1.,try A I Sister M. Christopher of the ii Wednesday, I I Passion. :il June 26, in St. : Peter Claver I Shop At Your 1 Center l It fie! HURl? . ii g member I .... | I I ....... : ............ I !i of St. glphon- I I I .................. i Par, sh, deatt&G//losteauti/ulP-o,&?d I ' it Shoeswhlscondiflon i': Mrs. Polson I A i I I a.,,', M. A....,;o I will talk and I " -- IL I I ....... .-- "; .... '; ......... i ' show slides on MRS. ADA the Shrine of I IPhhhl lklPh I ,.x,,; w., I Guadalupe in Mexico City" !]! I rllllll/IFIPri I Shoe Solon I Luncheon will be served at 12 i lVV[ila lil noon.s ! I i;.].](_, I Re.ervations may be made I 1 45th & lie/hen Way I .......... %,'; ......... I with Mrs. Sid L. Roceia, chair- I - l - - man, at CA. 2-5987. or with Mrs. Jose Adriatico, CA. 3-5494. Clare Marie Linscott, Sister Rose Marie Nelson, Sister Schafer; (fourth row) Sister Brigid Mary Gill, Sister Mary Yvonne Waldbillig, Sister M. Eleanor Gucinski, Sister Michael Mary Riggs, Sister M. Joeen Roze and Sister M. Mary Mark Habenicht; (second row) Sister M. Anita Louise Haughian. Blecha, Sister Mary Luke Amaral, Sister Mary Carla Robin. (Photo By W. C. Heib lr.) 20 Dominicans Advance In Edmonds EDMONDS  Twenty Mrs. J. F. Habenicht, St. Mary At an earlier ceremony in young women advanced Magdalen's, Everett; Yvonne the chapel at Rosary Heights, Friday as members of the Waldbillig, Sis'tar M. Yvonne, five Sisters renewed tempo- Dominican Sisters of the Con- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.D. rary vows: Sister M. Anita, Waldbillig, Star of the Sea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. gregation of the Holy Cross, Bremerton; Susan Fisher, Sis- at ceremonies presided over tar Mary Susan, daughter of Blecha, Salem, Oregon; Sister by the most Reverend Thomas Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Fisher, M. Edward, daughter of Mr. E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop San Leandro, Calif.; Marylin and Mrs. Edward Lee, Doming; of Seattle, in Holy Rosary Amoral, Sis t e r Mary Luke, Sister Mary Gerald, daughter Church here. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Matte- The following received the D. Amaral, San Leandro; and son, Our Lady of Perpetual Dominican habit: Bernadette Ogle, Sister M. Help, Everett; Sister M. Carol, Judith Ann Burnstin, whose Rebecca, daughter of Mr. and daughter of Mrs. F. Sullivan, religious name is now Sister Mrs. C. L. Ogle, Oakland. San Francisco; and Sister M. Judith Ann, daughter of Mr. Sisters who pronounced first Germaine, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. E. J. Burnstin, St. vows were: Mrs. J. H. Corwin, Our Lady Benedict Parish; Celia German, Sister M. Catherine, daughter of the Lake. Sister M. Matthew, daughter of Mr. ani Mrs. G. F. Schafer, The sermon at the investi- of 'Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gor- SS. Mary and Aegidius Parish, man, Blessed Sacrament; Alice Aberdeen; Sister M. Robert, i[]h Linscott, Sister Clare Marie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. C. Ae McHu.l..s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron, Our Lady of Good Help, C. O. Linscott, St. Benedict's; Hoquiam; and Sistef M. Berne- TO Celebrate Judith Nelson, Sister Rose dette, daughter of Mrs. Marie Golden Jubilee Marie, daughter of Mrs. A.M. Broemeling and Mr. R. G. Stevenson, Assumption; Sarah Broemeling, Genesee, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gucinski, Sister M. Eleanor, Sister Brigid Mary, niece of McHugh, parents of eight, in- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.F. Bishop Gill, was among four cluding two priests, will cele- Gucinski, St. John's. sisters who pronounced final brute the 50th anniversary of Mary Ann Cullinane, Sister vows. She is the daughter of their wedding Sunday, June 30. Paul Marie, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Katherine Donohoe of A reception for relatives and and Mrs. P. J. Cullinane, St. Assumption Parish. friends will be held from 2 to 4 Benedict's; Mary Kathryn Other sisters making final p.m. in the family home at Robinson, Sister M. Carla, profession were Sister 6010 32nd Ave. N.E. in As- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael Mary, daughter of sumption Parish. R. Robinson, Blessed Sacra- Mr. and Mrs. I. Riggs, Holy The jubilarians were married meat; Barbara Chase, Sister Family Parish, Kirkland; Sis- July 1, 1913 in Holy Rosary Mary Andrew, daughter of Mr. tar M. Louise, daughter of Church, Tacoma. They moved and Mrs. Marvin Chase, As- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hough- to Seattle in 1921. sumption; ion, St. John's and Sister M. Julia Habenicht, Sister Mary Joeen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McHugh, 70, the former Mark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Roze, San Leandro. Christine Moore, was born and educated in Tacoma. She is a member of the Xavier Club, Ceremonies For Dominicans in Tacoma: St. Martin's Mothers Club, ' Legion of Mary, St. Peter Seven Mark 10 Receive Claver auxiliary, St. Benedict's Guild and As'sumption Altar So- e00ith00 WEEK-END Water Colors centrally located On Exhibit SPECIAL! Fifty water colors selected from the 96th annual of the American Watercolor Society will be shown at the Frye Art Museum June 25 through July P U N E R A k O I R E C T O R S At Y0ur Favorite... ;6 Seven artists in Seattle are 1634 llth Avenue EAst 2.7484 members of the Society with some represented in the matted one block north of pine street I,iuun| traveling exhibition. muumuu  Tomato Sauce',00 5 c Jim DiJulio, Jr. RIACH OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 21-22 ture and final profession cere- mony was preached by Rev. A. Xuereb, O.P., of St. Albert's College, Oakland. Officers of the Solemn Bene- diction were Bishop Gill, cele- brant; Roy. Thomas Browne, San Leandro, deacon; and Rev. Willam E. Gallagher, pastor of St. Luke's, sub-deacon. The Rev. Stephen Szeman was master of ceremonies. 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