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t Religion Classes Take On New Role By Frances Farrell Vitulli Remember the days when you and I were in school and religion was simply another subject, usually easier than most, and always relegated to its own little aca- demic pigeonhole? Well, those days are fast drawing to a close. For Rev. Vincent M. No. yak, S.J., it is something of a personal crusade to bring to today's Catholic youngsters a fresh approach to their re- ligion, to make it challenging and to make it an integrated part of their lives. Father Novak, chairman of the Department of Religious Education at Fordham Univer- sity, is just completing a three- day institute on the training of elementary and s e c o n d a r y school religion teachers held at Seattle University. The institute was aimed at both teachers in Catholic schools and those giving Con. :iii: ::!i'i!:i:!i!: i ii::::i:'''::::::?i!!: i!:!ii!!'i? fraternity of Christian Doctrine :iii:: : instruction. "Although my t a I k s .are aimed primarily at the Cath-" olie school teacher, anything pertinent to him would cer- tainly be worthwhile to the CCD teacher," Father era- phasized. The author of two texts in the series "Jesus Christ, Lord of History," Father Novak based his talks on these books. Now in use in Seattle Prep freshman and sophomore class- es, the series tells the story of God's love and man's response, not as an appendage to a stand- ard history course, but as the Word of life that calls to every person asking a response with the active faith of a committed Christian. Perhaps the key words in FATHER NOVAK that last paragraph are "re- sponse," "active" and "Chris- Father Novak's plan of re- Siam"- they are the crux of ligious instruction. Similar in approach to the Christian Culture Series which ran last year in The Progress, Father Nov ak sees his ap- proach in a four-fold aspect-- biblical, liturgical, d o c t r i n a l and that of the living witness. His texts blend these four forms of revelation into a syn- thesis of the Christian message. "The supreme selfishness is that old philosophy that I learn my religion to save my soul, period," Father smiled. "It's that, of course, but it's much more--it's a person's response to his faith and the role he plays in everyday life with regard to his fellow man. t' Father sees this new phase of religious education as a "growth in the Church which goes along with the many oth- er movements now prevalent within the Church." For the past five years the Fordham educator has piG- neered a new religion program for Catholic high schools at the Fordham University Prepare. tory School. At the present Seattle Prep is one of some 100 high schools beginning their sec- ond year of study with Fa- ther Novak's texts. There are about 30 schools in their third year and perhaps 12 begin- ning their senior year of the series. These schools include co-educational, co-instruction- al as well as all-boys or all- girls schools. For Father Novak the re- action to the new course has been gratifying. "We are constantly compiling questionnaires to aid our re- search--we ask the boys and girls their evaluation of the course and the reaction has been wonderful. They feel their religion classes can now relate to their everyday lives. This is what we want." Bible, Patristic Institute so,,oo, News____: ACCW Aids Seattle U In Seeking Opens Monday At Seattle U Faculty Appts. Counselors The Archdiocesan Council of Announced Catholic Women will aid in the search for youth counselors for i!i::: i!::!:::::':: The Ray. Edmund W Mor- a national network of youth !i:ii:!;:!i!:i:! ii!i!: :i: FATHER BROWN, S.S. A five week Biblical an d Patristic Institute will open Monday, June 29, at Seattle University. Three world-reknowned bibli- cal scholars will conduct the sessions to be held in Pigott Auditorium. They are: Rev. R. A. F. Mac- For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... GUnDERSOn S27 PiNE 764 BROAOWAY SEATTLE TACOMA FATHER MacKENZIE,  S.J. Kenzie, S.J., rector of the Pon- t i f i c a I Biblical Institute in Rome and past president of the Catholic Biblical Association in America; Rev. Raymond E. Brown, S.S., professor of New Testament at St, Mary Semi- nary, Baltimore and Rev. Wal. tar 3. Burghardt, S.J., profes- sor of patrology and patristic theology at Woodstock College, Maryland. The institute will consist of three separate sessions. From June 29 to July 3, Father MacKenzie will discuss the "Kingdom of God" in the GRIFFIN GALBRAITH FUEL COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA MA 7-3151 HOME HEATING SPECIALISTS Mark Dolllver, Pres. FATHER BURGHARDT, S.,L Old Testament. Father Brown will consider the New Testa- ment in lectures from July 0 through 17. And Father Burgbardt will give a series of ten lectures on the Fathers of Church and their influence on early Christian theology. For the general institute, open to laymen and clerics of all faiths, there will be a total of 15 two-hour sessions. In ad- dition, there will be a special course of six two-hour sessions for the clergy. Neither program is for credit. Cost of the complete insti- tute for the laity is $25. Each series is $I0 and individual lectures are $2.50. The costs to the clergy are $I0 for the whole institute, $5 for a series and $2.50 per lecture. Campus housing is available for individual lay and clerical participants. The Rev. Cor- nelius J. O'Leary, S.J., assist- ant professor of theology at SU, is director of the institute. in BREMERTON $ fine stores to serve you FARRELL'S Bus,wood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Acro,s from the new bomltal Westgote Pharmacy E$ 7.2110 On the road to the old Hospital Farrell's Prescription Pharmacy SSO 6th St ......... ES 7-3761 free 4:orklag & presulpfloe delivery ii ton, S.J., dean of the graduate school at Seattle University, was named acting head of the philosophy department by Rev. John A. Fitterer, S.J., dean of the college of arts and sciences Father Morton succeeds Rev. James T. McGuigan, S.J., who is taking a sabatical leave to teach at Sophia University in Tokyo. Dr. David Dowries is the new bead of the English Department, succeeding Ray. Charles. A. Wollesen, S.J., acting head. Father Wollesen will continue as director of the summer school. SPOKANE -- Present Day Theology and Primitive Man will be the topic of the second in the five-pert summer lecture series at Gonzaga University's Hughes Auditorium Sunday, June 28. The speaker will be Rev. Ignatius Hunt, O.S.B., a native of Spokane and a re- knowned biblical and scrip- tural scholar. Pope Paul Names Britain Delegate Pope Paul has appointed American born Msgr. Igino Cardinale as apostolic delegate to Britain. Msgr. Cardinale, a veteran official of the Vatican Secre- tariat of State, succeeds the late Archbishop Gerald Patrick O'Hara, also an American. Simultaneously with the ap- pointment, the Pope n a m e d Msgr. Cardinale titular arch- bishop of Nepte. Titular bishop- rics or archbishoprics are hon- orary titles conferred on papal diplomats and other ranking churchmen. HOLY ROSARY, SEATTLE COMPLETE PARISH INFORMATION Please paste inside your tdephone directory and sm, e many calls to your Parish Rectory opportunity centers, a program sponsored by the United States Department of Labor. A number of organizations including the National Council of Catholic Women, will par- ticipate. In announcing the ACCW's role, Mrs. Harold J. Barry, president, said "Our job will be to assist in recruiting youth counselors and contact universities and colleges of our area in an effort to find out what part they may play in the program." Examinations for counselor aides and youth advisors will be given at local employment service offices Saturday, June 27. All candidates must be col. lege graduates and over 21 years of age. Retired teach* ers and youth social work- ers are eligible provided they are unemployed at the time the training program starts. Seattle has been tentatively selected as a site for one of the centers. The project is a stepped-up action on the part of government and private agencies throughou[ the coun- try to locate five and a half million underprivileged youths. Mrs. Boyle ACCW South Deanery Head LONGVIEW -- Mrs. Norbert Boyle of St. Joseph Parish, Vancouver, was, installed as president of the southern dean- cry, Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women, at a recent board meeting here. She will succeed Mrs. Peter Sauerres- sig. Sixteen board members in- cluding Rev. Thomas Pits(h, southern deanery moderator, were present. Twelve new ac- tivity chairmen were intro- duced. Guests included Mrs. Harold J. Barry, ACCW president, and Mrs. D. J. O'Brien, ACCW seminarian aid chairman. MASSES SUNDAYS--6:30, 7:45, 9:00, 10:15, 11:30; FIRST FRIDAYS--(wlnter) 7 & 8 a.m. WEEKDAYS--7:00 & 8:00 a.m. FIRST SATURDAYS--7:00, 8:00 a.m. HOLY DAYS---6:00, 7:00, 9:00, 10:00 a.m.; 6 p.m. CONFESSIONS--Saturdays, Eves of Holy Days and First Fridays 4:00 to 5:30 and 7:30 to 9:00 SCHOOL 4142- 42rid Ave. S.W. PASTOR; Reverend William J. Power t Phone: WE 5.8353 CONVENT ,4152- 42nd S.W.--phone W,"Est 2-3206 ASSISTANTS; Reverend James L. Boyle Reverend Irwin A. Grandaw RECTORY 4139- 42rid Ave. South West WEST SEATTLE MOVING DR. GEORGE C ROSE OPTOMETRIST HiGRADE Drive.In Cleaners' SEATTLE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK By BRITE WAY CARPET UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS SEATTLEBELLEVUE MU 2-6018 GL 4-4997 KIRKLAND Member Holy Family Parish Friday, June 26 1%4 THE PROGRESS 7 13 Postulants Receive Habits THIRTEEN POSTULANTS received the habit of the Sisters of St. Dominic, Congrega- tion of St. Thomas Aquinas, at the Mount St. Dominic novitiate in Tacoma June 13. The new novices and their parents are (from top to bottom) Sister M. Claire, Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins of Ireland; Sister M. Colleen, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Flanagan, Fir(rest; Sister M. Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. (3. McElhinney, Ireland; Sister M. Engenia, Mr. and Mrs. B. Nagel, Tacoma; Sister M. Edward, Mr. and Mrs. H. King, Seattle; Sister M. Robert, Mr. and Mrs. R. Powers, Bellingham; Sister M. Christina, Mr. and Mrs. C. Meehan, Tacoma; Sister M. Jane, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Tromp, Bellingham; Sister M. Edmund, Mr. and Mrs. E. Welsh, Tacoma; Sister M. Desmond (left) Mr. and Mrs. W. Landin, Seattle; Sister M. Helena (fight), Mr. and Mrs. E. Welsh, Tacoma; Sister M. Luke (left), Mr. and Mrs. P. McCarthy, Ireland, and (right) Sister M. Louise, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Bolvin, Tacoma. Fr. Brendan Visits Seattle Third Order The Rev. Brendan Mitchell, O.F.M., provincial commissary of St. Barbara Province, Third Order of St. Francis, is in Se- attle this week for the yearly visitation of St. George Fra- ternity of the order. Father will meet with the council tonight at a 6:30 dinner in the private dining room of St. Frances Cabrini Hospital. He will meet with the entire fraternity at their chapter meet- ing in the Cathedral hall Sun- day, June 28, at 1:30 p.m. Elec- tion of officers will also take place. The monthly conference and Benediction will take place in the Cathedral at 2:30 p.m. with Father Bi'endan giving the talk. There will be a reception in the hall following Cathedral services. Former St. Joseph Parishioner Receives Degree Sister Joseph, S.Sp.S:, R.N., Patty Jo Snider) was among se recerltly receiving de- grees from De Paul University in Chicago. Sister is the daughter of Mrs. J. M. Snider of Portland and formerly of St. Joseph Parish on Seattle's Capitol Hill. Sister is a 1950 graduate of Holy Names Academy. Sister Joseph is a Holy Spirit Missionary Sister and is pres- ently a clinical instructor in operating room nursing at St. Theresa Hospital School of Nursing in Waukegun, Ill. EVERETT MAY WE SERVE YOU? Peace of Mind" Service for ell of your dry denning end shirt laundry needs. VA00TOR CLEUIERS & SHIRT SFRVlC[ AI 9-61i6 Grand & Wall MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL F. BROWN Michael Browns Mark Anniversary Marking their 50th wedding anniversary this weekend will be Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Brown of 1932 1st W. in St. Anne Parish. The couple will repeat their wedding vows at a 19 a.m. Mass tomorrow, June 27 at St. Anne's and will be hon- ored at a reception Sunday at their home. It will be given by their children and grand- children from 2 to 4 p.m. Mr. Brown, a native of Marysburg, Minn., came to Se- attle at the age of 21 and worked until 1953 as a long- shoreman. He is a member of the International Londgshom- men's and Warehousem's Union. Mrs. Brown, born in May. wood, Ill., came here in 1908. She is a retired employee of Frederick & Nelson. The couple was married in St. Margaret Church June 24, 1914. Their children are Lawrence and Priscilla Brown, Mrs. Jo- seph F. RicE, Patrick Brown and the late Mrs. Christopber Prummer wbo died in li& There are nine grandchildr and one great-grandchild. Ice Cream Social Slated & STORAGE WE. 2.$400 Agent For National Van Lines Opposite W.S. Golf Course ,3S0S S.W. Snoqualmle Howden-Kennedy Funeral Home Of West Seattle WE 2-0356 Ours Is A Sacred Trust 3909 S.W. 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