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Friday, June 28,,1963 THE PROGRESS3 Official Appointment The following appointment is announced by the Most Reverend Archbishop: Ray. William Treacy: Chairman of the Commis- sion for Church Unity. Collection For Sick And Infirm Priests of Archdiocese Pastors and others concerned are reminded that the Collection for the Sick and Infirm Priests of the Archdiocese of Seattle is to be taken up at all Masses Sunday, June 30. The proceeds of the collection should be for- warded to The Chancery without delay. Episcopal Functions And Appointments All requests for episcopal functions and appoint- ments, that is, confirmations, dedications, jubilees, etc., in churches, institutions and for lay organiza- tions during the period JULY-DECEMBER, 1963, should be made in writing to The Chancery, 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4, before July 1, 1963. NOTICE The Chancery will be closed Thursday and Friday, July 4 and 5, in observance of the Fourth of July Holiday. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop June 28, 1963 July Intention For Family Rosary . For Modern Theologmns and Preachers Men and women throughout the world have been discussing the progress toward Christian unity thus far achieved by the Council. As stressed by our late Holy Father, this hoped. for unity will come into being only when individual Catholic men and women around the world earnestly study and strive to bring about a serious reformation in their own personal lives. With the knowledge that many are striving toward Christian Unity by prayer and study, the Pope has assigned as the Gen- eral Intention for this month: Wrhat theologians and preachers may declare and explain sacred doctrine in ac- cordance with the living au- thority of the Church and the needs of the times." The Holy Father, in assign- ing this intention, was thinking not only of theologians and preachers. In a very true sense, he had before his mind every and explain fully the truths revealed by God. It is precise- ly for this purpose, namely, that it carefully guard and ac- curately teach these truths, that God set up in His Church its teaching authority. Men and women, boys and girls, must be told how they can observe the Commandments of God and the Church in the changing difficult circumstances of modern life. Schedule Set For 40 Hours The schedule for Forty Hours Adoration in honor of the Bless- ed Sacrament during the man and woman, every human month of June is as follows: being for whom Christ died on First Sunday -- St. Nicholas, the Cross. His Holiness was dearly aware of the turmoil Gig Harbor; Sacred Hcart, La- that is keeping all sections of Conner, the world in a state of unrest Second Sunday -- St. Aug- and distracting men's minds from the pursuit of eternal goals. In prayers for theologians and preachers, there should always be an underlying realization of the duty we ourselves have to keep informed on all matters in which our Faith should guide US. A primary function of the Church is to announce clearly ustine, Oak Harbor. Third Sunday -- St. Mary, Monroe; St. Gabriel, Port Orchard. Fourth Sunday -- Sacred Heart, Battle Ground; St. Joseph, Pe Ell; Our Lady of Sorrows, Snoqualmie. Fourth Wednesday -- Provi- dence Hospital, Everett. Fifth Sunday -- St. Joseph General Hospital, Bellingham. Lay Retreat Schedule Pope's Voice Heard On Many Fronts In Behalf Of Church The Palisades (Men's Retreat Hoase) His Holiness Pope Paul VI, who June 21, 1963, was chosen the 262nd Pope of the Holy Roman Catholic Church, is a veteran of some 30 years' ser- vice in the Vatican Secretariat of State, His voice has been heard in behalf of the Church on many fronts since his ap- pointment as head of the Arch- diocese of Milan in 1954. The Cardinal is of medium height, spare build, and has blue eyes and a light complex- ion. His manner is gentle and his voice soft, but he does not hesitate to use that voice ef- fectively and often in defense of Chirstian ideas and ideals. Cardinal Montini has achiev- ed wide recognition for his un- relenting battle against Com- munism. This has, to some extent, put in the shadow his activity as a builder of churches, his outstanding work in behalf of Italian Catholic Action, his efforts toward the attainment of Christian unity, and his pronouncements on the need for d y n a m i c pastoral activity. About two years after Arch- bishop Montini became head of the Archdiocese of Milan, which with its 3,750,000 Cath- olics is Italy's largest, he had built some 45 churches. He said at the time, 1957, that the See needed 40 more churches. About two and a half years later, he said the archdiocese needed 69 new churches. Originated Apartment House Chapel The c h u r c h construction boom in Milan created a new idea, the apartment house chapel, to which Cardinal Montini has given his approval. Many of the large cooperative apartment houses in Milan now include a central chapel to serve all the tenants. When the month's expenses are divided among the tenants, mainten- ance of the chapel is included. The Cardinal has repeatedly stressed the need for Catholic youth to meet boldly, with the armor of Faith, the challenges of the modem world. In a speech in 1957, on the 90th anniversary of the found- ing of the Italian Youth Move- ment, he said: "It is up to youth to invade new regions of life, bringing to them Christ- ian light and love. Defense is not enough for the Christian heart -- there must be con- quest." Advocate of Ecumenism Five years before the Second Vatican Council was convoked by John XXIII, Archbishop Montini cited the importance of an ecumenical attitude toward non-Catholics. "Is it well-professed ortho- doxy to use truth as a ham- mer against others?" he asked in a Unity Octave sermon in February, 1957. "... We must not only nourish an immense feeling of charity towards our brothers who have wandered astray, we must also learn something from them." "Our spiritual attitude to- ward t h e m (non-Catholics) must change," the Cardinal said in a pastoral letter in January, 1962. "We must no longer con- sider them irreducible and foreign enemies, but brothers who have been painfully de- tached from the life tree of the one and only true Church of Christ. One must hope sincerely that some new and great event may come to change this sad state of schism among Christians." Pastoral function and organ- ization have received much attention from the Cardinal. In July, 1957, while an arch- bishop, he spoke at the dedica- tion in Milan of the Saranno House of Studies, where newly ordained priests study for a year the methods of pastoral practice. "A change in the methods and form of (pastoral) organ- ization is necessary if the Gos- pel message is to reach that great audience represented by the common people," he said then. Foe of Communism Cardinal Montini, who in 1953 was permitted by Pope editor of a newspaper in Brescia. Pope Paul VI was born Sep- tember 26, 1897, in Concesio, located on the outskirts of Brescia. He received a canon law degree from the Pontifical Seminary in Milan and was awarded a degree in Theology from the Gregorian University in Rome. After his ordination May 29, 1920, he served for a brief period as a parish priest and then enrolled in the Ecclesias- tical Academy in Rome, where the Vatican's diplomats are trained. Named Attache At 2S He was only 25 when he was named by Pope Pins XI to serve as an attache at the Papal Nunciature in Warsaw in 1922. He was in this post for a year, then was appointed ec- clesiastical assistant to the university section of Italian Catholic Action and later its moderator. was made a clerk in the Vati- can Secretariat of State by Pope Piu XI, and four years later he was promoted to the position of undersecretary to bishop and appointed to the See of Milan. He was enthroned in Milan's cathedral January 6, 1955. Eight months later he began a pastoral visitation of the 1,000 churches in the Milan archdiocese, a task that was to take him nearly two years to complete. Cardinal Montini has visited the U.S. twice, in 1951 and in 1960. At a reception in his honor in 1951 at the head- quarters of the National Cath- olic Welfare Conference in Washington, D.C., be lauded the work of America's Cath- olic schools and its Catholic press. Referring to the N.C. W.C., be said: "We have often heard of its activities and know how many valuable services it renders to the Church." During his 1960 visit, the Cardinal said at a press con- terence in Boston that he was In 1932, at the age of 35, he "very pleased to see Catholics here taking such interest in ARCHBISHOP GIOVANNI BATTISTA MONTINI of Milan is shown with the late Pope John XXIII in December, 1958. The 65-year-rid Cardinal chose the name of Paul VI upon his election to the papacy, June 21, 1963. the Papal Secretary of State. This office had been held by Pope Pins XII before his elec- tion to the papacy. In 1944 he was named a Vati- can Substitute Secretary of State, together with the late Domenico Cardinal Tardini, and in 1952 he was named Pro-Secretary of S t a t e for Ordinary Affairs. Refused Cardinalate In 1953, when Plus XII creat- ed 24 new cardinals, he reveal- ed that he had planned to name both Msgr. Montini and Msgr. Tardini as cardinals, but they had asked him not to do so. Referring to this December 15, 1958, when he accepted elevation to the cardinalate during the reign of Pope John XXIII, Cardinal Montini said: "Formerly, I was allowed to refuse this dignity. And for this favor I am grateful to Pope Plus XII . . . Now other circumstances compel me to accept, and for this other favor I am no less grateful to His Holiness Pope John XXlII." In November, 1954, Msgr. Montini was made an arch- Plus XII to refuse elevation to the cardinalate, has long been an arch foe of Communism. Six months after he was named Archbishop of Milan, he took the offensive against Commun- ism in the Lombardy region of Italy by making a speech in the suburb of Sesto San Giovan- ni, so powerful a Red strong- hold at the time that it was called "The Little Stalingrad." The Archbishop drove home the point to the almost 100 per cent Communist workers that they had been duped by the lies of Communist leaders. In a Lenten pastoral in 1956, 'Archbishop M o n t i n i warned that "every compromise of atheistic Communism hides a secret plan to disarm and Sub- jugate whomever deal with it." In August, 1059, the Bishops of the Lombardy region, led by Cardinal Montini, warned in a long pastoral letter that "the propagation of Marxist ideas in our country is still serious and dangerous." The future Pope no doubt acquired much of his interest in politics and diplomacy from his father, who served for three terms as a member of the Italian Parliament and was Visitation Retreat (Women's Retreat House) Pope Paul To Receive Triple Tiara No Retreat Special Retreat July 12-14 Plan Memorial No Retreat Ss. Aegidius and Mary, Aber- (Continued from Page 1) Mass. As he vests, the cardi- Cardinal di Jorio, removes deen through the square and slowly nals put on copes and white from the Pope's head the miter TO Pope Johll Ss. Peter and Paul, Aberdeen mounts the central stairs lead- mitres, and the Pope offers he has been wearing. The first Our Lady of Good Help, He- ing to a special altar set up the Mass. deacon, Alfredo Cardinal Otta- quiam viani, taking the tiara in both St. Augustine, Oak Harbor at the top of the stairs. A set Ceremony Is Simple hands, raises it over the head the condition of the Church in South America." Visited Injured In September, 1961, Cardinal Montini visited, at the request of Pope John XXIII, all the 24 spectators injured when a racing car hurtled off the track at Italy's Grand P rix at Monza. Pope John had in- structed the Cardinal to bring his condolences to relatives of the victims. In 1962 Cardinal Montini visited missions and cities in Ghana, Upper Volta, Nigeria and Southern Rhodesia. On his return to Milan, he said: "The Church in Africa is not regarded as a colonizing power but as a friend who seeks to aid greatly the pro- gress of the African people." Cardinal Montini was on the staff of the Sacred Congrega- tion of the Consistory, the council, Extraordinary Eccles- iastical Affairs, and Seminaries and Universities. The Cardinal did not cush- ion his words when speaking against lukewarm Christianity or other things he considered objectionable, but he is kind and considerate in his role of chief pastor of the people. All Parishioners "Dear" To Him He spent the summer before he was created a cardinal in visiting parishioners living in the remote mountain towns of the Milan archdiocese. During these visitations to the people --most of them farmers, shep- herds or woodcarvers--Arch. bishop Montini repeated the following words to them: "Be- cause you are farther away and more humble, you are dearer to me." In his speeches, he has criticized writers who say they need "to have exper- ience of evil," scored priests who have a narrow concept of their duties, cited the need for Cathulies to defend their press, attacked the ob- scurity in some modern art, and warned against attempts to dilute ecclesiastical au- thority. ROME, (Radio, NC) -- St. Paul's Episcopalian church for Americans here plans to put up a memorial to Pope John of golden candlesticks and a The actual coronation rite is of the enthroned Pontiff, say- XXIII. crucifix by Rennalssance ar- a simple one. A choir intones ing: .... a ,, ...... It will be a set of doors, of tist Benevenuto Cellini adorn the malesttc hymn Coron accept mm ornate tiara ...... the altar. Aurea super Caput Ejus" (A to the three crowns and re- ezmer g t a s s ann nronze or As the papal procession Golden Crown is Placed upon member that you are Father glass and wrought iron, to re. comes through the square, His Head). When the hymn is of Prinees and Kings, Pontiff place the wooden doors of the trumpets sound the papal finished, the Dean of the of the world, and Vicar en Cburch on Vie Nazionale. march and the bells of St. Sacred College of Cardinals, this earth of Our Saviour Ray. Wilbur charles Wo,,od. Peter's ring joyously. Eugene Cardinal Tisserant, Jesus Christ, whose honor hams, rector of St. Paul s, When he reaches the altar, leads, in the recitation of the and glory is forever and said that the doors will sym- ev " the Pope descends from the Lord s Prayer. Then the second er. bohze the door that Pope John portable throne and vests for cardinal deacon, Albertino The Pope is crowned, epened to the Protestants. I SALT i HOMESITES plus --- -- ....... in the RELAX i 4-Rm. Modern Cabin ONLY $7,500 s500 DOWN -- $50 MONTH' We Also Have Salt Water Or Freshwater Tracs $100 DOWN-- $20 Me. MADING, INC. 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He served as curate at St.: AL A 1949 graduate of the Catho. phonsus, St. James Cathedral': lic University with the degree of Doctor of Canon Law, Fa- and The Immaculate, and as ther Lavelle has described the chaplain at Holy Names Acad- Matrimonial Department as the amy since January 18, 1952. He "organization of every arch- has been chaplain of Seattle diocese or diocese known as Council No. 676, Knights of the Tribunal. Contrary perhaps Columbus since February 1952. to popular belief, it is not a For the past 15 years, Father Catholic divorce "court. The Treacy has served as Spiritual purpose of the Tribunal is to Director of the Legion of Mary assist in the preservation :of for the Archdiocese of Seattle, the sacred bond of marriage." a post Archbishop Connolly has In fulfilling this purpose, asked him to retain. During Father Lavelle was one of this time, the Legion has been the priests on the Tribunal organized in the Dioceses of staff regularly occupied with Spokane, Yakima and Juneau. marriage counseling in which While participating in the "Peo- ple to People' program, Father every possible effort is taken Treacy hopes to observe the to effect a reconciliation be- participation of legionaries in this work in countries he visits. Father Treacy will devote full time to bis new assign- ment. His office will be lo- cated at 408 Marion St., Seattle. Pontiff Wrote Own Epitaph VATICAN CITY, (Radio, NC) -- Pope John XXIII wrote his own epitaph a quarter century ago and prayed at the same time to be worthy of it. In 1939 when he was in Istan- bul as Apostolic Delegate to Greece and Turkey: he singled out a verse from the prophet Malachia to jot down in his diary: "True doctrine was in his mouth, and no dishonesty was found upon his lips; He walked with me in integrity and upright- ness, and turned many away from evil" (Malachia 2, 6). The Pope had read these words in the Mass of the day, for he added: "I should like these words of the Introit of today's Mass of St. Irenaeus to be my eulogy when I am dead. 0 Lord, make me worthy of them." Troops Give Recorder BEIRUT, Lebanon (NC) -- U n i ted Nations Emergency Force troops in the Gaze strip have given a tape recorder to the Pontifical Mission Center for the Blind there. The cettev is the only school for the blind in the Gaza trip, a UN-admin- istered coastal territory be- tween Egypt and Israel. tween estranged parties to a marriage. "If the parties are Catholics, the cooperation of their pastors is obtained to assist these ef- forts," Father Lavelle said. Born February 12, 1921, in Salt Lake City, Utah, Father Lavelle attended St. James Cathedral School, was gradu- ated from O'Dea High School, and studied for the priesthood at St. Edward's Seminary. He was ordained in St. James Cathedral by the late Moo t Reverend Gerald Shaughnessy, S.M., May 31, 1945. His mother, Mrs. C. J. Lavelle, lives in Seattle. Father Lavelle served as curate at St. John Parish, sxtd at St. James Cathedral, before he entered Catholic University in Washington, D.C. He re- ceived his Doctor of Canon Law degree in June, 1949, and the same month was appointed to .the Tribunal of the Arch. diocese of Seattle. Father Lavelle was named pastor of St. Louise Parish, Bellevue, February 12, 1960. 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