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2--THE PROGRESS , Friday, Aucj. 24, 1962 I The Largest Liturgical Week Ever THE DEMONSTRATION, entitled "New Life from the Mass," was given to liturgists Tuesday attending an evening general session in the World's Fair Arena. Portraying the celebrant is Rev. William M. Carr of St. Teresa Parish, Hutchinson, Kas. The group to the right is referred to as a "speech choir." It includes (from left) Tom Burke, Baxter Springs, Kas.; William Kerolan, and Charles Powel, both of Joplin, Mo.; Michael Burke, Baxter Springs; Joe Penry, Olympia, of St. Thomas Seminary; and Lance Powell, Jop!in. The demonstration was directed by Rev. Joseph Nolan of Galeala, Kas. THIS WAS the usual sight where the Liturgical Week's registration tables were located. A record number of ad- vance registrations, totaling to 3,500, were taken before the four-day deliberations had begun. The number increased to 4,992 by Wednesday evening with registrations. Serving the registrants were ladies and teen-age girls, who patiently waited on the large number. A battery of typists and clerks were on hand to greet the people as soon as they entered the World's Fair Arena from the front lobby. MRS. RAPHAEL LEVINE, wife of the senior rabbi of Seattle's Temple De Hirsch, explains her oil painting, "They Shall Beat Their Swords into Plowshares" to three priests attending Liturgical Week. The priests are (from the left) R,:v John Tholen St. Rose of Lima Church, Ephrata; Rev. Joseph Mackin, C itII C611ege,-Helena, Mont.; and Rev. Joseph Sullivan, also from Carroll College. Mrs. Levine exhibited two oil paintings at the art exhibit. The other was "Eternal Mother." Mrs. Levine completed the above painting only a week before Liturgical Week opened. The quotation which inspired it is from the Book of Isiah. 5,000 Participants Enjoy Week of Prayer and Study AMONG THE active participants during Liturgical Week were Sisters from all parts of the country and Canada. In attendance were 832 Sisters from 52 motherhouses and provincial houses. The Sisters participated in all phases of the conference except ushering or running the cafeteria. Two Sisters, pic- tured above, were photographed while singing with the National Choir, com- posed of approximately 350 Religious and lay persons under the direction of veteran choir leader Theodore Marier of Belmont, Mass. !!iii!iiiiii SISTER PAULA MARY, S.N.J.M., (left) of Hyy Names College, Spokane, shows one of her exhibits at the Liturgical Weck to Sister Laurentia, I.C.M., from Nagasaki , Japan, who is studying art at Holv Namesd 'The [apanese Sister will return to teach in Japan when she completcs studie,s" for her degree. Sister was in Nagasaki when the atom bomb was dropped in 1945.