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Official Peter's Pence Collection Pastors and others concerned are reminded that the Peter's Pence Collection is to be taken up at all Masses Sunday, June 27, in accordance with the Official that appeared in the Catholic Northwest regress of June 18. The proceeds of the collection are to be for- warded to the Chancery without delay. Nocturnal Devotions The Reverend Pastors of King and Pierce Coun- ties are requested to announce at all Masses Sunday, :, June 27, the hours of adoration suggested for their respective parishes for the "First Saturday" Vigil St. James Cathedral, Seattle, and St. Patrick's urch, Tacoma, during the night of July 2-3. Episcopal Functions And Appointments All requests for episcopal functions and appoint- ments, that is, confirmation, dedications, Jubilees, etc., tn churches, institutions and for lay organlza- ons during the period JULY-DECEMBER, 1965, ould be made in writing to The Chancery, 907 Ter- Avenue, Seattle 98104, before July 1, 1985. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop June 25, 1965. Rosary Intention i00or Month of Christian Usage Of Communication In the July Rosary intention- we are reminded that we are Somebody and we have Some- thing to tell. Communication t h r o u g h speech existed before the In- arnation but Christ brought a ew message of hope which shall be to all peoples." Today we not only have the mesage but the means to pro- mulgate it in many ways, And while most of us will never appear on television, radio or in the movies, we do have a voice in the policies of these media. BUt mainly our most logical eans of communication is our v o i c e speaking out for Christ. Far from being content merely to avoid sin by what we say, we can perform much good by our spoken words. As we offer each morning our "prayers, works, Joys and suf- ferings" we might think of how much "what we say" affects dl these. Another grass roots method communication is distribu- tion of good reading matter. Those papers and magazines we throw away so freely would be much appreciated by mis- sions in our own and other countries. And if we keep our- selves well informed by good reading we can share this w e a I t h with others. For al- though there is an abundance of worthwhile reading e a s i I y available' to us there is also much that can only be de- scribed as "junk." An outstand- ingly Christian use of means of communication is open to par- ents and teachers, in fact to all adults, in guiding the young to communicate in Christian manner. Meditation on all we have re- ceived by merely being Chris- tians may help us to "spread the good news." Modern Christians have an opportunity to a u g m e n t the saying about the early Chris- tians.-"how they love one an- other"--to "how t h e y I o v everybodyl" Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades (Men's Retreat House) July 9, 10, 11 Joseph, Tacoma 1Holy Names Nuns Mark 50th Years SPOKANE--Golden jubilee celebration for seven Sisters of the Holy Names will begin with a Mass of thanksgiving Saturday, July 26, at 12 noon, offered by Father Joseph Meguire SJ, nephew of Sister M. Cordelia, at St. Aloysius Church here. Observing the 5Oth anniversary of religious profession as Sisters of the Holy Names are Sister M. Floratta, Sister M. Rcearita, Sister M. Perpatua, Sister M. Willasene, Sister M. Cordelia, Sister Esther Mary, and Sister M. Norberta. The Ju- bilarians have spent many years teaching in the Northwest. The jubilarians will renew their vows at the Mass which will be followed by a reception in their honor at the convent, 1114 N. Superior St. The celebration will close with benediction by Father Theodore Bradley, cousin of Sister Esther Mary. Sister M. Floretta of Immaculate High School, Seattle, hae taught 26 years ia Seattle schools; 10 at Immaculate, 10 at Holy Names Academy, and six at St. James Cathedral. She was 19 years in Spokane; nine at Holy Names Academy and 10 at Holy Names College, now Fort Wright. Sister also taught in Astoria and Salem, Ore., and in Montreal, Canada. Her sister, Mica Pearl Jennings is a member of St. Joseph's parish, Seattle. Sister M. Rosarita (Schaar) has given 20 years of service in Seattle at St..James Cathedral school, Sacred Heart, and Holy Names Academy, Seattle where she directed alumnae activities 13 years. She has taught in Holy Names schools in Spokane, and Oregon. Two sisters, Mrs. Helen Campell, and Mrs. Bernhard Dahl, live in Seattle. Sister M. Perpetua has been teaching at Holy Names Acad- emy, Seattle, since 1058 and has taught at St. James Cathedral School. Except for a period at Holy Names Academy, Spokane, Sister has worked in Oregon. Sister M. Willasene has taught nine years in the Archdiocese, including St. Anne's, and St. Joseph's, Seattle, and Immaculate, Everett. Sister was Superior of the Marylhurst Convent two years; and worked in Spokane and Oregon. Her nephew, Father Patrick O'Leary $3, teaches at Seattle University. Sister M. Cordelia has taught in Spokane and at Sacred Heart and St. Mary's, Seattle, end at Pomeroy and Uniontown, and Portland, and Salem. In schools in Seattle for 32 years, Sister Esther Mary was widely known as Superior at the Immaculate School 1989 to 1934, principal of Holy Names high Ichool in 1942, and alumnae moderator since 1845. Sister has also worked in Portland und Spokane. Among her many relatives in Seattle is her sister, Mrs. Fred Dare Sr. Spending nearly half of her years in Washington and the other half in Oregon, Sister M. Norberta has been in Seattle six years, one at Immaculate end five at Holy Names. The past six years have been at Holy Names Academy, Spokane, where she pre- viously taught from 1940 to 1951. Holy Names College and Union- town were her other assignments in Washington. Her brother, Father Guy Ward $3, teaches at Seattle Prep. Requiem Said For Eugene T. Mahoney Requiem Mass was said for Tacoma Confirmation Totals 161 TACOMA -- A total of 161 Eugene T. Mahoney June 23 by adults, his cousin, the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbish- op of Seattle, at Blessed Sacra- ment Church. Mr. Mahoney, 66, died June 20 after a three month's ill- ness. He was born in Salt Lake City and reared in Los Angeles, coming to Seattle in 1928 where visitation Retreat he founded the Washington Color and Chemical Co. in (Women's Retreat House) 1933. He was a member of June 28 to July 1 Blessed Sacrament Parish more Mid-week retreat for all women than 30 years and a member of including 103 women and 59 men, comprise the 1965 Confirmation class, recently re- ceiving the Sacrament at Holy Rosary Church here. The Sacrament was admini. stered by the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill VG, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle. The parish breakdown, ac- cording to Father Paul Kucera OSB, assistant pastor, follows with the first numbers, repre- senting the women's total and the second, the men's total: Joseph, Vancouver Thomas Aquinas, Comas St. James, Vancouver St. Cecilia, Winslow St. Philip, Woodland Snored Heart, Battleground Our Lady of Lourdes, Vancouver Unassigned Suly 2, I, t Special Retreat July 0, 10, 11 St. Peter, Seattle St. Philomena, Des Moines St. Martin of Tours, Tacoma Cursillo Schedule June 17.20--men Seattle, July 8-11 -- at Blessed Sacrament -- men Yelm, July 29-Aug, 1--Men Yelm, August 17,-IS--women Seattle, August 12-Ill-.at St. Thomas, Riverton-.men Seattle, September 23-28--at Blessed Sramant--men Ultreyas (Reunion Meetings) lossed Sacrament, Seattle--sceond Thursday, 8 pm alisades Retreat House--First Tuesday, 8 pm St. Bernadette's Parish, Seattle--Fourth Tuesday, 8 pm St. Margaret Mary's, Yelm--July 26, 3 pm St. Margaret Mary's, Yelm--September 12, 3 pm St. Louise Parish, Bellevue--Fourth Wednesday, 8 pm Albanian Attractions Tom Mix films are the most cent American films available Communist Albania, the Catholic Digest points out. Schedule Set For 40 Hours The schedule for Forty Hours Adoration in honor of the Blessed Sacrament for the month of July is as follows: First Sunday--St. Ann Home, Tacoma. Second Sunday-- G o od Shepherd Convent, Seattle; Queen of Heaven, Tacoma; St. Edward, Shelton, St, Joseph, Elms. Third Sunday -- St. Thomas, Caress, St. Patrick, Dockton. Fourth Sunday -- St. Mary, Anacortes, St. Peter, Suquam- ish. Crown of Thorns Relic Enshrined PARIS (NC) -- A relic e/ the Crown of Thorns, preserved in Notre Dame Cathe'.ral here, was returned in an annual cere- mony for a few hours to the shrine which King St. Louis IX built for it 700 years ago. The chapel has belonged to the government since the Preach Revolution, and once a year its custodians, the Knights of the Order of the Holy Sep- ulchre, are allowed to bring the crown and ])lace it on the cross in the chapel where it was disphyed before the Rev- olution. its Holy Name Society. Lofig active in civic affairs, Mr. Mahoney was a founder and the commanding officer of the Home Defense Infantry Regiment, which was active here from 1940 to 1942. Mr. Mahoney, who was in Republican politics, served as sergeant-at-arms at several King County and state Republ- ican conventions. He was an as- sistant sergeant-at.arms for the 1956 Republican national con- vention and was nominated for sergeant-at.arms of the State Senate in 1963. He held offices in the 45th District Republican organization and was a precint committeeman. Surviving besides the Arch- bishop, are the widow, Alice K.; a daughter, Sally Gene Mahoney, Seattle; and two sis- ters, Alice R. Mahoney, and Mrs. Margaret Ferguson, both of South Pasadena, Calif. Burial was in Holyrood Cem- etery with the Archbishop pre- siding at the graveside and di- rected by Bonney.Watson chap- el. St. Leo's, II.4; St. Rite's, 2- 2; Holy Rosary, 7.4; Holy Cross, 5-3; Visitation, 24-14; Sacred Heart, 7-6; St. Patrick's, 11.7; St. Charles Borromeo's, 8-5; St. Frances Cabrini, 3-I; Our Lady Queen of Heayen, 8- 7; St. Ann's, 3 women; St. Jo- seph's, I woman; SS. Peter and Paul's, 1 woman; and St. Mar- tin of Tours, I-I, all of Tacoma. Holy Family, Auburn, 2-1; St. Philomena's, Des Moines, I woman; St. Margaret's, Seattle, l-l; Sacred Heart, Seattle, 2 men; St. Louise, Bellevue, I woman; St. Michael's, Olympia, I-I; and St. Vincent de Paul's, Federal Way, 5-I. Appointed Editor UNION CITY, N.Y. (NC) -- Michael Long, former assistant editor of the Baltimore Cath- olic Review, archdiocesan ewspaper, has been appointed associate editor d the Sign magazine published here. He succeeds Douglas Roche, who now is editor of the West- ern Catholic Reporter, E, dmon- ton, Alta. NOCTURNAL VIGIL Nocturnal vigil for the first Saturday of July will he held in St. James Cathedral, Seattle, and St. Patrick Church, Tacoma, Fri- day, July 2, and Saturday, July 3. The vigils are kept in response to the request of Our Lady of Fatima for the prayerful observ- ance of the first Saturday of each month. SEATTLE AREA 7:45-8;45 pro--St. James Ca- thedral -10 pro--St. Anne, St. Pat- rick, St. Thomas, St. Philome- na 19-11 pro--St. 3' o s e p h, St. Francis (Seahurst) II-12 pm -- Assumption, St. Luke, Sacred Heart, St. Louise (Bellevue) I?,.I am--St. Mary, St. John, Immaculate, St. Matthew I-3 am. Christ the King, Our Lady Mt. Virgin, St. Mark 34 pro--Sacred H e a r t, St. Peter, Holy Family, St. Men- ice, Holy Family (Kirkland) 34 am--Our Lady of the Lake, Our Lady of Fatima, St. Edward, St. Paul, Our Lady of Guadalupe 4.5 am--Holy Rosary, St. AI- phonsus, Our Lady of Lourdes, St, Anthony (Renton), Plus X, Holy Rosary (Edmonds) S-6 am--Blessed Sacrament, St. Benedict, St. Teresa 0-6:15 am.-.-St George, St. Catherine, St. Margaret, St. Bernadette TACOMA AREA 8 pm Friday, 7 am Saturday --Holy Hours, St. Patrick's Church 9-10 pro--St. Leo 10-11 pm--St. Joseph 11-12 pro--Sacred Heart 12-1 am--St. Anne, St. Rita, SS Peter and Paul 1. am--St. Martin of Tours, All Saints, St. Theresa Mis. Sion 2-3 am--St. John of the Woods, Our Lady Queen of Heaven, St. Andrew 3-4 am--St. Charles Borre- meo 4-5 am--St. Francis Cabrini 5-6 am--Holy Cross 6.? am--Visitation, Immacu- late Conception Mission 7-8 am--Holy ROsary Brides of Christ who recently received their religious habits as Benedictine Sisters at St. Placid's Priory, Olympia, are (from left) An,le Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffman of Sacred Heart Parish, Lacey, now Sister Angcla; Susan Mock, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O. Mock of St. Margaret Mary Parish, Ycim, now Sister Germaine; and Caron Dwyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Dwyer of Assumption Parish, Seattle, now Sister Donna. Newly elected officers of the Mount St. Vincent Ad- visory Board speak to Mother Mary Loretta FCSP, provincial superior of the Sisters of Charity of Prov. idence. From left are Thomas Petschl, vice-chairman; Mother Mary Loretta; Mrs. Harry G. Rahn, record- ing-secretary; also William Burt Pride, chairman of the board. it. St. Vincent's Forms Ad00'isory Board The formation of an ad- visory board for Mount St. Vincent Home in Se- attle, has been announced by Sister Jfimes Marcellin FCSP, superior. In making the announcement, Sister said: "The increasing complexi- ties of maintainign a charit- able institution in this modern world have made us acutely aware of our need.for compe- tent professional help and ad- vice. Through the oounsel and aid of an advisory board, we hope to be able to operate more efficiently and economi- cally, providing a yet more comfortable haven of rest and peace for men and wom- en in their declining years. With the aid of the Beard, we hope to be able to add not only years to their lives, but lifeto their years." Mount St. Vincent Home for the Aged and Infirm in West Seattle has recently undertaken a $6,000,000 building program of expansion and modernization to meet rising criteria and growing numbers of those who apply for the Home. William Burt Pride, in the Acre-Space Division of Boeing Co., was elected chairman of the Board with Thomas Petschl, of Petschl Meats, vice-chair- man, and Mrs. Harry G. Rahn, secretary. Other members of the Board are Mrs, Cebert Baillargeon and Mrs. Russell Scarles of the Mount St. Vin- cent Auxiliary; Norton Carlson, Father James Dandy, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe Par- ish; Lloyd Dunn, Philip Gal, state Sen. Robert Grieve, George Henrikson, J o h n V. Kinsley, Jerry Malone, John Maloney, Jr., Dr. Donald G. Pierce, St at e Rep. George Pierre, Dr. James Rielly, John P. Greeley and Alexander Max- well, the two latter represent. ing the Central Development Office of the Sisters of Charity of Providence. Complicated Mother Story GREEN AY, Was. (NC) -- A mother who is a Sister now must call her daughter "Mo- ther." The unusual pattern came about when Sister Mary of St. Rose was elected mother su- perior of the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity here June 3. Her 79-year-old mother, Sis- ter Mary of the Sacred Heart, is a member of the same con- vent, having joined the com- munity 15 years ago foUowing the death of her husband. To further complicate the situation, other nuns point out that the mother, who now must call her daughter "Mother," also is a grandmother. The nuns care for girls with behavior or personality prob- lems. LAkeview 4-0666 Seattle --T"t-sIGN GOOD rOOD ... YOUR ASSURANCE OF SAVINGS L 70 Stores In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You I BRIGHTEN YOUR BREAKFAST WITH SUNNY Friday, Jun e 2S, I%5 ....... THE PROGRESS---3 Dominicans Note Golden Jubilees TACOMA--A golden jubilee Mass of thanksglv, ing for five Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St. Thomas Aquinas was celebrated recently by Father Antoninus Hall OP of Oakland who had previously conducted the Sisters' retreat. Observing the golden jubilee of their religlous profession were Sister Mary Andrea Clerf and Sister Mary Elizabeth Hughes of Marymount; Sister Mary Lourdina Port of Yakima Central Catholic High School; Sister Mary Ursula Hogan and Sister Mary Aida Twomey of Our Lady of the Lake School, Seattle. The day before these Sisters marked their 50th anniversary 14 young women began their religious life in the congregation as they were clothed in the Dominican habit in beautiful cere- mony at Mount St. Dominic Novitiate Chapel. Father Thomas J. Pitsch, pastor of St. Patrick's Parish, Tacoma, presided as a delegate of The Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle. 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