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,2-:_TI'IE PROGRESS Fridey, July 24, I%4 Philippines Jubilee in 1965 CEBU CITY, PhilIipines (NC) -- Archbishop Julio Rosales of Cebu City has announced that Pope Paul VI declared 1965 a jubi- lee year for the Catholics of the Philippines. In February, the Philippine bishops in a joint pastoral letter declared 1965 a year of thanksgiving to the 400th anniversary of this country and asked the Pope for permission to make 1965 a jubilee year. Archbishop Rosales said the Pope has granted numerous in- dulgences to Catholics in connection with jubilee celebrations. Meanwhile, President Diosdado Macapagal has set up a com- mittee including five cabinet ministers to take charge of govern- ment participation in the commemoration, @ Primate to Visit Canada OTTAWA, Canada (NC)--Poland's Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski will visit Canada late in 1966 following a visit to the United States, it was reported here. The cardinal's visit will mark the 1,000th anniversary of the Christianization of Poland. The Polish primate last year accepted an invitation of Al- bert Cardinal Meyer of Chicago to take part in that city's observ- ance of the miIIenium in August, 1966. While his itinerary is not yet fixed, it is understood he will make a stop in Toronto. @ Hang Kong Seminary Closed HaNG KONG (NC) -- The ordination of five young Chinese to the priesthood marked the end of an era for the Irish Jesuits who conduct the senior seminary here. Bishop Lawrence Bianchi, P.I.M.E., of Hang Kong announced afterward that the Regional Seminary of Our Lady Queen of China was no more -- that hence- forth it will be simply the diocesan seminary. Of the five young men the Bishop ordained, three are from dioceses on the Communist-ruled mainland--two from Canton and one from Pakhoi. They are apparently the last. Working " DR. ANN My WALLACE, PRINCIPAL Lay Woman Heads. School On Meier NEW YORK--Dr. Ann M. Wallace has been appointed prin- eipal of the Paulist Fathers' St. Paul parochial school here when it opens this fail. The Paulist Fathers, using a combined, staff of nuns and lay teachers, plan a program of urban education that will meet the needs of children tn their integrated parochial elementary schools. In the picture above, Mother M. Loretta, left, Provincial Superior of the Sisters of the Holy Cross who conduct the school and Sister Paul Francis, C.S.C. with Dr. Wallace. Again Facing Dictatorship SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (NC)--Forces of the extreme right and the extreme left are now contending to put this country once more under dictatorship, a priest declared here in denouncing military torture of 31 young farmers. At a memorial Mass for those who died in the June, 1949, up- rising against dictator Rafael Trujill0, Rev. Jesus Checo Penn condemned what he said were violent repressive measures taken by the army in Santiago, Rodriguez, a town near the Haitian border. Ever since a military munitions dump near here exploded .Tune 11 the Dominican Republic has been gripped by a political crisis. The incident mentioned by Father Checo Penn occurred in his home town. "I saw with my own eyes the savage outrage perpetrated against these youths," he said in his sermon. "It was pitiful to the bruises that covered the body of one of them, the one that suffered the least." • FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Call JOHN DES JARLAIS (Day-Jar.Lay) EM. 3.6110 Ru. LA. S.B312 MEMBER LADY OF THE LAKE PARISH "FLEET" CHEVROLET INC. 11,,h , ,OT.m WAY II ,,L College Named For Cardinal Newman THODUPUZHA, India (NC)-- India's first college to be dedi- cated to Cardinal Newman was inaugurated here by Bishop M a t t h e w Pothanamuzhi of Kothamangalam. The Newman College is among 12 Catholic-sponsored junior colleges started in Ker- ale state this year. Bishop Pothanamuzhi said at the inauguration that the in- stitution, temporarily housed in the local church and buildings attached to it, will cost about $150,000. GRIFFIN GALBRAITH * FUEL COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA MA 7-3151 HOME HEATING SPECIALISTS Mark Dollivur, Pru|. Approved Text for. the Ordinary Parts [ Of the Mass Perta,n,ng to the People For Use in Popular Missals, Missal Inserts, Prayerbooks, Cards, Leaflets, etc. The Liturgy of the Word of God Entrance Rite Kyrie Priest: Lord, have mercy. People: Lord, have mercy. Priest: Lord, have mercy. People: Christ, have mercy. Priest: Christ, have mercy. People: Christ, have mercy. Priest: Lord, have mercy. People: Lord, have mercy. Priest: Lord, have mercy. Gloria Priest: People: Glory to God in the highest. And on earth peace to men of good will.* We praise you. We bless you. We worship you. We glorify you.* We give you thanks for your great glory.* Lord God, heavenly King, God the Father almighty. * Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son. * Lord, God, Lamb of God, Son of the Father. * You, who take away the sins of the world, * have mercy on us. * You, who take away the sins of the world, * receive our prayer. * You, who sit at the right hand of the Father, * have mercy on us. * For you alone are holy. * You alone are Lord. * You alone, O Jesus Christ, are most high,* + With the Holy Spirit, in the glory of God the Father. Amen. The Prayer (Collect) Priest: Dominus vobiscum. People: Etcum spiritutuo. Priest: Oremus ... • .. per omnia saecula saeculorum. People: Amen. The Word o t God Epistle Server (at low Mass) concludes: Thanks be to God. Gospel Deacon (or Pri.est): The Lord be with you People: And with your spirit. Deacon (or Pri,est): +A reading from the holy Gospel accordifig to Matthew... People: Glory to you, O Lord. Server (at low Mass) concludes: Praise to you, O Christ. Creed, " Priest: I believe in one God. People: The Father almighty, maker of heaven and earth, * and of all things visible and invisible. * And I believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ, * !ii:; Document the only-begotten Son of God. Born of the Father before all ages. * God of God, Light of Light, true God of true God. * Begotten, not made, * of one substance with the Father. * By whom all things were made. * Who for us men and for our salvation came down from heaven. * And he became flesh by the Holy Spirit of the Virgin Mary: * and was made man. * He was also crucified for us, * suffered under Pontius Pilate, and was buried. * And on the third day he rose again, accord- ing to the Scriptures. * : He ascended into heaven and sits at the right hand of the Father. * He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead. * And of his kingdom there will be no end.* And I believe i.n the Holy Spirit, the Lord and Giver of life, * who proceeds from the Father and the Son. * Who together with the Father and the Son is adored and glorified, * and who spoke through the prophets.* And one holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. * I confess one baptism for the forgiveness of sins. * And I await the resurrection of the dead.* + And the life of the world to come. Amen. The Liturgy of the Eucharist The Preparation o/ the Gifts Offertory Priest: The Lord be with you. People: And with your spirit. Priest: Let us pray. Prayer over the Gifts. (Secret) Priest: ... per omnia saecula saeculorum. People: Amen. The Eucharistic Prayer Preface Priest: People: Priest: People: Priest: People: Sanctus People: By James C. O'Neill VATICAN CITY (NC) A maior papal document, m o s t likely an encyclical, is expect- ed to be issued some time be- fore the third session of the ecumenical council opens here September 14. No official announcement of the document has been made by the, .,Vatican, but unofficially various Vatican sources con- firm the fact that Pope Paul VI is working on what will probably be the first encyclical of his pontificate. Italian newspapers have been full of speculations on the doc- ument's form and content. Sev- eral papers have stated flatly that it will be devoted to birth control. One paper linked the subject of the document with its rumored date of issue, the feast of St, Anne, patroness of Christian mothers and child- birth, July 26. Reliable sources, ,however, seriously doubt both the ru- mored date and the statement that the document deals pri- marily with birth control. In- stead, it is most likely the t the encyclical will deal with Pope Paul's program of ac- tion for his pontificate, with perhaps some reference to problems posed by the so-called population exllosion. The Pope has delayed issu- ing an encyclical for more than a year after his election. Normally, custom dictates that a newly elected pope is- sue an encyclical shortly aft- er his election to set forth the aims of his reign, a sort of platform document which sets the tone of the pontificate. But Pope Paul has not fol- lowed this custom. Instead, he noted in his speech opening the ecumenical council's second session last year that the ad- dress, setting forth the goals of the council, would take the place of an encyclical, Speculation that the Pope was readying a major docu- ment increased greatly in early July because all private and special audiences were cancel- ed by the Pope prior to his de- parture July 15 from the Vat- lean for his summer home in Castel Gandolfo. Dominus vobiscum. Et cum spiritu tuo. Sursum corda. Habemus ad Dominum. Gratias agamus Domino Dee nostro. Dignum et iustum est. Holy, holy, holy Lord God of hosts. * Heaven and earth are filled with your glory. * Hosanna in the highest. * + Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. * Hosanna in the highest. Conclusion of Canon Priest: ... per omnia saecula saeculorum. People: Amen. Brothers Care for Catholic Cemetery THE BROTHERS OF ST. JOSEPH, Organized in 1960 with approval of Bishop Victor J. Reed of Oklahoma City, are believed to be the only religious community in this coun- try dedicated to the care of Catholic cemeteries. Some of the Brothers are shown in a chapel of the Resurrection Cemetery, the only Catholic burial ground in the area. A book, "To Bury the Dead," has been published depicting the work of the Brothers in pictures. Religious News Service Photo Missionaries To Operate Freighter HAMBURG, Germany (NC)-- A 300-ton coastal vessel that will be operated by the Divine Word missionaries to help build up the economy of Indonesia was blessed here after its test run by Archbishop Gabriel Manek, S.V.D'., of Endeh, Indo" nesia. The Ratu Rosari will carry 125 tons of cement and 10 tons of such supplies as sewing ma- chines, anti-malaria insecti- cides, agricultural implements, dental equipment and craft tools on its first voyage from Surabaya to mission stations on the Indonesian islands of Sum- bawa, Flares and Timer. 00BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD-- State Souls m • HOSPITAL BROTHER CANDIDATES ARE TRAINED AS: Registered Nurses, X-Ray, Laboratory Technicians, Pharmacists, Therapists, Office Personnel Write: Director of Vocations St. John of God Hospital Los Angeles 18, Calif. Fr. Lombardi Counsels 'Christian Community' CHICAGO (C) -- The "formation of the Chris- tian community" is the greatest need facing the Church today, Rev. Riccardo Lombardi, S.J., declared here. Father Lombardi is the Italian Jesuit who founded and directs the international Movement for a Better World. A widely known speaker and writer, he conducted a day-long retreat July 13 for 72 Chicago area priests. The model for the "commun- ity" structure of the Church, he declared, is the Blessed Trinity itself, and Catholics must continually seek to achieve a degree of communication among themselves analogous to the constant communication among the three Persons of the Trinity. "Communication is brought about through mutual service and charity," he declared. He suggested that many "av- erage Catholics" lack such communication. They regard private devotions and inward- turning family life as sufficient and do not "take into account the social implications of the Catholic Faith," he asserted. Father Lombardi also em- phasized the need for great- er rapport between "super- iors and inferiors" in reli- gious • life. He said that in too many religious communi- ties there exists a "coldness" on the part of superiors tow- ard those in their charge. Similarly, he said, "the only justification for the cloistered life is if it is done for the bene- fit of the whole Church." The cloister must not be looked on as a place of escape for per- sons concerned only with sav- ing their own souls, he de- clared. Father Lombardi called the Second Vatican Council "one of the greatest blessings of this century" because of the expres- sion and impetus it has given to the unity of the Church. The Eucharistic Banquet The Lord's Prayer Priest Let us pray: Taught by our Savior's command and formed by the word of God, we dare to say: People: Our Father, who art in heaven, * hallowed by thy name; * thy kingdom come; * thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven, * Give us this day our daily bread; * and forgive us our trespasses * as we forgive those who trespass against us; * and lead us not into temptation, * but deliver us from evil. * Amen. Prayer for Peace Priest: ... per omnia saecula saeculorum. People: Amen. Priest: Pax Domini sit sempervobiscum. People: Et cumspiritutuo. Agnus Dei People: Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, * have mercy on us. * Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, * have mercy on us. * Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, * grant us peace. (In Requiem Masses: . . . grant them rest.., grant them rest.., grant them eternal rest.) Communion of the Faithful Priest: Behold the Lamb of God, * behold him who takes away the sins of the world. People (three times): Lord, I am not worthy that you should come under my roof. * .Speak but the word and my soul will be healed. Priest: The Body of Christ. Communicant: Amen. Postcommunion Prayer Priest: Dominus vobiscum People: Et cure spiritu rue. Priest: Oremus... ... per omnia saecula saeculorum. People: Amen. Dismissal Priest: The Lord be with you. People: And with your spirit. Deacon (or Priest): Go, the Mass is ended. People: Thanks be to God. (In Requiem Masses: May they rest in peace. People: Amen.) Blessing Priest: May almighty God bless you, the Father, and the Son, + and the Holy Spirit. People: Amen. Bishop's Commission on the Liturgical Apostolate, National Conference of Bishops of the United States Cuts Tongue To Save Seal of Confessional By Manuel Mira MADRID (NC) -- The ly duty tormented Father Rev. Alfeo Emaldi, S.X., Emaldi. "I thought that if I were an Italian Xaverian mis- mute I should not be able to sionary, talks today with dif- talk and thereby I should ficulty. But his Spanish, learned faithful to the seal of confes- in a few months, is perfectly sion," he said. understandable. Father Emaldi was on the Madrid newspapermen thought point of dying from loss of it was going to be difficult to blood following the operation. interview a man with his tongue When the sentry noticed this, cut off. he ran to get help, but no doe- "The first one to be as- tor came for six hours. The tonished is myself. In this we sentry was friendly and cared clearly see the hand of God," for the priest. Father Emaldi said. The following day, the Father Emaldi -- 62, with a Reds wanted to question him white beard, wearing thick again. They accused him of spectacles--has only part of his being an American spy. Fin- tongue. He cut the rest off ally, they expelled him from himself in Red China in order the country. to keep the secrecy of the con- "Were you able to talk fessional, again?" He told the story of this "With difficulty. Only a few act of heroism in his book, words, keeping the stump of my "I Cut Off My Tongue," pub- tongue motionless." Iished in Spain by Ediciones $averianas. T h e missionary Doctors cannot explain how has just completed a tour el he was able to survive the Spain to recruit missionaries, hemorrhage, F a t h e r Emaldi The priest reported that he reported. went to China at the age of 26. He was head of the Legion of Protesl'onl's Give Mary at Tientsin. But in 1950 Loan To Catholics the Communists arrived. They began to make life impossible ZOLLIKON, Switzerland (NC) for him and finally shut him up --A loan of $5,000 was given in the mission hospital, here by a Protestant par sh He was a "delinquent," the church to the neighboring Cath- "chief" of the Legion of Mary, olic parish in order to buy a who had converted more than bell for the newly built church. 1,700 pagans in one year. On Nov. 16, 1951, he was sub- ' .... ]ected to severe questioning. The Reds wanted to know what For the those who confessed to him UNUSUAL said. "When I told them that IN GIFTS it was not possible to talk about that, that it was one on of the greatest secrets, they GUnDERS replied: 'An honorable man cannot have secrets.' " 0 . #,/ They i n s i s t e d repeatedly, ___j/.=/ w without success. But that was only the beginning. They would w PINI 7dNI IROAOWAY return to get what they wanted. 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