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e !ObY OFFICIAL Appointments The following appointments have been approved the Most Reverend Archbishop: Reverend Arthur Wharton, S.J., assistant, St. Joseph Parish, Seattle; Reverend Edwin Toner, S.J., chaplain, St. Helen Hospital, Chehalis; Reverend John Concannon, S.J., chaplain, St. Joseph Hospital, Tacoma. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop August 7, 1964 CDA Reelects Dominicans 0000Mrs. Kennedy Observe To High Post Jubilees TACOMA. -- Mrs. 3". W. Ken- nedy of Tacoma, state regent of Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica, has been reelected su- JLnreme director at the 30th t.JCDA biennial convention in Hollywood by the Sea, Fla. Mrs. Kennedy ran third in a field of 14 candidates, contest- ing for the eight positions on the national board. As supreme director she has served as na- tional chairman for the com- mittee on Women for Decency. Mrs. Kennedy, who is a member of Court Tacoma, was state vice chairman of ( Oregon before moving to Washington. She has served as secretary, state vice re- gent and is beginning her third term as state regent. Washington delegates to the convention were Mrs. Kennedy; Mrs. Roy Russell, Seattle, state vice regent; Mrs. Frank Karel, Spokane, state • secretary and Mrs. J. V. McGuire, Tacoma, state chairman Share the Faith committee. Silver jubilee celebra- tion was held for Sister Mary Charles Boiteau, O.P. and Sister Dolores Mary Mayville, O.P. at Rosary Heights in Edmonds Tuesday, feast of St. Dominic. The Rev. Claude Farley of Holy Family Church was cele- brant of Benediction and de- livered the sermon. During Benediction renewal of vows were made to Mother Mary Aquinas, O.P. A reception for relatives and friends of the Jubilarians fol- lowed. Sister Charles, daughter of Mr. C h a r I e s Boiteau and the late Mrs. Boiteau of Chippewa Falls, Wis., has been stationed in the Archdioceses of San Francisco and of Seattle. Sister is currently assigned to Rosary Heights. Among the guests present to honor Sister Mary FCC Grants Two Charles was her aunt, Sister Rose Anita, O.P. of St. Luke Convent, Seattle. ( oceses Permit Sister Dolores Mary, dough- For ETV Service WASHINGTON (NC) -- The Brooklyn and Rockville Centre, N.Y., dioceses have received construction permits from the Federal Communications Com- mission authorizing them to /!ilize a new educational tele- p,,ision service opened up last year by the FCC. They are the first Catholic dioceses in the country and the first group operating large school systems, public or priv- ate, to receive such authoriza- tion from the FCC. Granted July 29, the permits will allow the two dioceses to ndertake construction of trans- lission facilities for a new 2500 megacycle instructional tele- vision service. Three more dio- ceses -- New York, Miami, and Baltimore -- are preparing ap- plications to the FCC for con- struction permits, while several others are taking preliminary steps. The granting of construction (_ rmits to the Brooklyn and kvilh Centre dioceses was hailed as marking "a eoming of age for Catholic edueatlon in the use of the new communi- cations media" by Rev. John M. Culkin, S.J., television con- sultant to the National Catho- lic Educational Association. In the Brooklyn diocese, the new service will serve some .20,000 students in some 240 chools, while in Rockville Cen- tre programs will reach 115 schools with an enrollment of 86,000. ter of Mrs. Waiter Mayville and the late Mr. Mayville of Bremerton, has served in schools and hospitals. Sister is now assigned to Star of the Sea Convent, Bremerton. Guests of Sister Dolores Mary • were her mother, her uncle, Jack Galvin; her sister, Mrs. Keith Murphy; and her niece, Miss Dianna McVeigh, all of Bremerton. Convention-Bound Mother M. Aquinas, Sister M. Jean Frances and local super- iors of the Dominican Sisters, Rosary Heights, Edmonds, will attend the annual Sisters Con- ference on Spirituality at the University of Portland from August 8- 11. General theme of the confer- ences is Mental Health and the Spiritual Advancement of Re- ligious. New Bishop's Cousin Among the special party who attended the consecration of the Most Reverend George T. Be ilea u, S.J., Coadjutor Bishop of Fairbanks, at Copper Valley, was Sister Mary Jude, O.P. of Rosary Heights, a cou- sin Sister was invited to share in a week of activities in hon- or of the new bishop together with members of his family and friends. Sister Jude is pursuing grad- uate studies at the School of Librarianship, University of Washington. Moslems and Catholics Make Joint Pilgrimage PLOUARET, France (NC)Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian Moslems joined Catholics from France, Germany and Belgium in a joint Christian-Mohammed- an pilgrimage to the Hill of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus in this Breton village. A Byzantine Rite Liturgy was celebrated, during which the • pilgrims prayed together in /iLArabic, Breton, French, Greek, !:(Kabyle and Latin for unity of ', faith and peace among nations. Bishop Joseph Descuffi of Izmir, Turkey, a city near the site of ancient Ephesus, sent'a message of greeting and bless- ing to Louis Massignon, organ- izer of the pilgrimage. The legend of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus tells of a €lb, greup of young Christian noble- . qJnen condemned to death by the Roman Emperor Decius (249- 51). The group took refuge in a cave and then fell asleep. The Roman soldiers found them there and sealed the entrance, burying them alive. About 200 years later, ac- cording to the legend, at a time w h e n heretics were thinking they had only slept one night. They were found by the people of nearby Ephesus, who looked on their awakening as proof of the resurrection of the body. The story is contained in the Koran, the Moslem holy book. The seven have feasts in the Byzantine Calendar August 4 and October 22. In the Roman Martyrology they are com- memorated July 27 as SS. Con- staninus, Dionysius, Joannes, Malchus, Martinianus, Maxi- mianus and Serapion. Divorce Law Rejected BRASILIA (NO--The Brazil- ian congress in a special ses- sion on proposed constitutional changes rejected a motion to make divorce legal for non- Catholics July 17. The vote to reject the amendment--which would have permitted divorce for persons whose faith permits iii!!ii:i•i!iiiii!i!i:!:i!ii:i:!:i STANDING in front of St. Michael's Church, Snohomish, after the baptizm of Steven Paul Vanassche, are left to right, back row, Father Throckmorton, Mrs. Peter Vanas- echo, Mr. and Mrs. Antoon Olson; middle row, Mr. Va. nassche, Mrs. Vanassche, The Archbishop, Mrs. Ginnaty holding Steven Paul and Dr. Thomas Ginnaty, god-parents; third row, Rodney, Mary Pat, Janet, Karen, Barbara, Peter, Lorie, Margaret, Ken and Virginia. 12,h Vanassche Child Baptized By Jeanne Works A big, happy farm fam- ily welcomed a 12th child July 6 when Steven Paul was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Vanassche, Route 2, Sno- homish. On August 2 Steven Paul was baptized at St. Michael Church by the Most Reverend Thomas A. C o n n o I I y, Archbishop of Seattle. The Archbishop in 1950 in- augurated the custom of per- sonally baptizing the 12th child in Catholic families of the Archdiocese. Present for the baptizm were Rev. Anthony Throckmorton, pastor, St. Michael's; Dr. and Mrs. T h o m a s Ginnaty, Sno- homish, godparents; Mr. and Mrs. Antoon Olson, Snohomish, maternal grandparents; Mrs. Peter Vanassche, p a t e r n a I grandmother Arlington; and all his brothers and sisters. Home to Steven Paul is a fourteen room farm house on the Pilchuck River. The elder children, Virginia, 15, Kenneth, 14, Rodney, 12, Margaret, ll, and Lorie, 9, attend Parish CCD Classes and are active in 4-H activities. The eldest child, Carolyn, is deceased. Mr. Vanassche who is em- ployed by the Standard Oil Co. St. Cabrini Nursing School Graduates 22 GRADUATION exercises were held Sunday for 22 stu- dents of St. Cabrini Hospital School of Nursing at Seattle University's Pigott Auditorium. Valedictorian of the school's 45th graduating class was Sandra Ann Norris of Beaverton, Ore. Lucy Margaret Zipp of St. George's Parish, Seattle, was salutatorian. Inspirational Award winner was Patricia Brennan of St. Leo's Parish, Tacoma. Coming from Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Snohomish, Buckley, Woodinville and Oregon, graduates received their pins from Margaret Char- boneau, R.N., school educational director. The Rev. John Sister Miriam Bishop to Open Celebrates Her Ceme*ery Meet MADISON, Wis. (NC) --Bish- Golden Jubilee op William P. O'Connor of Madison will open the 17th an- nual convention of the National Catholic Cemetery Conference with an address October 20. Keynote speaker at the con- vention, which will continue here until October 22, will be Msgr. Joseph P. O'Brien, di- rector of St. Raymond's Ceme- tery, Bronx, N.Y. Theme of this year's gather- ing is: "The Pastor's Role in Christian Burial." SISTER MIRIAlVI Sister Miriam of Jesus Sun- day celebrated her Golden Jubilee at the Motherhouse 'of the Sisters of St. Mary of Ore- gon. Sister Miriam, daughter of the late Herbert Smith of St. Mary's Parish, Seattle, entered the Congregation o,f the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon in 1913. She has held many responsible denying the resurrection of , it--was turned down by a vote positions in the congregation the body, the sleepers awoke, of 208 to 68. grades and has for the taught past elementary 47 years. She is the sister of Mrs. E. he Josephinum J. Descamp of Christ the King T Parish and Julius F. Smith, of St. Plus X Parish, Mount- lake Terrace. 1902 2nd Avenue The Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon teach at Our Lady of Caχhelle Residence. 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They were joined by ladies from the Madrona Presby- terian Church, Epiphany Epis- copal Church, First Christian Church, Mount Z i o n Baptist Church, Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, First African- Methodist- Episcopal Church, Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption, Temple De Hirsch, H e r z 1 Conservative Congregation and the Japanese Christian Church. Miss Loin Moran, south cen- tral deanery social action chair- man of t h e Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women, headed the list of ladies from St. Mary's, Our Lady of Mount Virgin, Immaculate and St. Joseph's Parishes. Moral Unity in Education was the subject of Sister Aquin of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark, guest speaker. S h e emphasized the need to let children know our stand. "Nothing will kill the spirit of youth as surely as apathy in adults toward moral is- sues," she said. "Be aware that there is no freedom with- out moral responsibility, and lack of moral responsibility at any level of national life threatens the freedom of all." Referring to r e c e n t news events, Sister Aquin stated: "We pay a price for free- dom • • • we are not born moral . • • long years of loving, patient trainiagire the price paid before a teen- ager is ready freely and will- ingly to commit himself to the way of truth and justice --perhaps at personal seers- Harry Hahn and Eugene Rein- hart. Musical selections were by Misses Emmy Purainer a rill Margaret Anne Beattie. Fr. Lynch Labor Meet Speaker The Rev. John D. Lynch of St. James Cathedral, Catholic Interracial Council of Seattle moderator, will speak on civil rights to delegates of the sev. enth annual Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, meet- ing Tuesday, Aug. 11, in Port Angeles. The convention, expecting 500 delegates, also lists as speakers U.S. Senator Henry M. Jackson and Governor Albert D. Rosellini. The assembly is scheduled August 10-14 with general ses- sions in the Roosevelt Junior High School. 514 Attend Nocturnal Vigil Nocturnal vigils on the eve of the first Saturday of August attracted a total of 514 parsons:: in St. James Cathedral, Seattle,: arid St. Patrick Church, ,: coma. The Cathedral had an attend- ance of 259 and there were 255 at St. Patrick's. The devotions are held on the, eve of the first Saturday o[ each month in answer to re. quests of Our Lady of Fatim fi: for prayerful observance of first Saturdays. 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