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Sisters l:r?day, Au. .4, "1%2 THE PROGRESS--7 Participate00-in : Profession Ceremonies ERPETUAL VOWS were pronounced by 14 Providence stars August 16. They are pictured here: front row (from left) Sister Claire-Pauline, Sister M. Bertha, Sister M. Timothy, Sister Jacqueline, Sister Stephanie, Sister Eugene, r EMPORARY VOWS were made by Providence Sisters own (from left): Sister Margarita, Sister Mary Flora, Sister Katherine Marie, Sister Mary Paula, Sister Brenda, Sister Annetta, Sister Josephine, Sister Petronilla, Sister Francine Marie, Sister Janice, Sister Rose Marie, Sister DEDICATING THEIR lives to Christ, the young women pictured here received the holy habit of the Sisters of Charity of Providence at rites conducted August 18. They are: front row (from left) Sisters Dorothy Smart, Berna- dine Gamache, Annabelle Hart, Amedee Jones, Rachel Acosta, Elizabeth Buendia, Heide Parreno, Patricia Ann 24 Enter Providence ISSAQUAH -- Twenty- four postulants received the holy habi,t of the Sis- te/s of Charity of Providence in a private ceremony at Prov- idence Heights, P i n e Lake, USt 18. The Rev. John P. an, chaplain, presided. A t impressive ceremonies Sunday, Aug. 19, 35 Providence Sisters pronounced vows ad- vaneiag them in the religious life. The Most Reverend Thomas Gill, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, presided. The Rev. John J. Kilduff, rand, Ill., was celebrant of Mass. Also present in the sanctury was Very Reverend Msgr. Geo. C. Halpin of Chi- cago, Ill. Chaplains to Bishop Gill were Rev. Thomas E. Zeyen, S. J. and Rev. Fran- cis Lindekugel, S. J. An eight- day retreat was conducted by ather Lindekugel prior to the enies of Holy Habit and ession, Sisters making their f i n a I JUDGE HAMILTON WINS STATE POLL Judge Orris L. Hamilton "Members of the Washington State Bar Association, polled re- cently on their choice for Posi- n No. 4, State Supreme Court, ted 1,350 to 574 to RETAIN DGE ORRIS L. HAMILTON. "Attorneys, who best know the qualifications of candidates for this important post, said in ef- fect: 'Keep Judge Hamilton's 13 years of experience on the bench.' "For falr play, and impartial justice, with courtesy for all, vote to RETAIN Judge Hamilton as a Fember-of the State Supreme ourt Tuesday, Sept I lth's elec- hen wdl decide the race." Pd. for by Retain Judge Hamilton Comm. John Spiller. Treasurer (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) vows and their parents are: Sister Mary Timothy, Mrs. D. A. Beaulaurier, Mabton; Sister Stephanie, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bowman, Seattle; S i s t e r Jo- anne, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Campbell, Seattle; Sister Mary Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crawley, Winooski, Vt.; Sister Constance Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert R. Fox, San Diego, Calif.; Sister Terrence, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Grondin, Sun Valley, Calif.; Sister Catherine, the late Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kilduff, Chi- cago, Ill.; Sister Claudette, Mr. and Mrs. Max Kraus, Tacoma; Sister Claire Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. Hilaire LeBlanc, Fitch- burg, Mass.; Sister Catherine Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Nevue, Yakima; Sister Ellen Marie, W. A. Nicholas, Seattle; Sister Jacqueline, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Vetsch, Yakima; Sis- ter Vincenta, Mr. and Mrs. Aus- tin Wilkinson, Burbank, Calif.; and Sister Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas F. Zeyen, Pan- orama City, Calif. Temporary Vows Those making temporary vows and receiving their names in religion, and their parents are: Sister Margarita, Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Acosta, North Hol- lywood, Calif.; Sister Annetta, Mrs. Justine Adamsak, Tule- lake, Calif.; Sister Mary Paula, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Arnold, Sr., Spokane; Sister Norah Marie, Mrs. S. J. Berry, Seattle; Sis- ter Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- bert F. Boyle, Vancouver; Sis- ter Mary Flora, Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Cappa, Vancouver; Sis- ter Carlen Marie, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Dufault, Yakima; Sister K a r i n Eloise, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Finnessey, Great Falls, Mont.; Sister Francine Marie, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hawkins. Tacoma; Sister Jeanine Marie, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Heintzman, Yakima; Sister Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Kurtz, Taco- ma; Sister Josephine, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Masco, Portland, Ore.; Sister Mary Geraldine, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Neilsen, K e n t; Sister Virginia Rose; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. O'Brien, St., Yakima; Sis ter Rose Marie, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. S i n k, Portland, Ore.; Sister Katherine Marie, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Portland, Ore.; Sister Dorothy Rose, Mr. and Mrs. E. Traxel, Burbank, Calif.; Sister Lenora, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Vandeberg, Missoula, M o n t.; Sister Veronica R o s e, Mrs. Phyllis Weber, North Holly- wood, Calif.; Sister Petronilla, the late Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Wilson, Seattle; and Sister Ros- aleen Ma ri e, Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Zehm, Enumclaw. Receive Habit Young women receiving the holy habit and their parents are: Sister Rachel Acosta, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Acosta, North Hollywood, Calif.; Sister Fidela Sister Terrence; back row: Sister Constance Marie, Sister Ellen Marie, Sister Catherine, Sister Catherine Louise, Sister Vincenta, Sister Jeanne, Sister Claudette. Norah Marie, Sister Veronica Rose, Sister Car|en Marie, Sister Jeanine Marie, Sister Rosaleen Marie, Sister Mary Geraldine, Sister Dorothy Rose, Sister Virginia Rose, Sister Karin Eloise, Sister Lenora. McGreevy, Fidela Adriano, Annea Nicholsen, Rosalie Locati and Linda Raghianti; back row: Sisters Mary Ann Stagdon, Kathryn DeLong, Jeanne Marie Wagner, Barbara Schamber, Mary Alice Miller, Margaret Crawford, Rose Virginia Verzosa, Barbara Coombe, Mary Kay Demarais, Helen Riordan, Judith Lovchik, and Dorothy Sandoval. Habits of St. Anne MONTREAL, Que. (NC)- There'll be some changes made in the habits of the Sisters of Ste. Anne. The close fitting coif worn by the nuns will give way to a coif opened at the neck. A TV set may be installed in com- munity rooms to view educa- Nuns Are Changed tional telecasts. Lay lecturers may be in- vited to speak before the nuns on civic, educational, so- cial and political matters. And members of the com- munity may visit their fami- lies after they have taken perpetual vows. BRIDES OF CHRIST, the young women pictured here received the habit of novices and their religious names as Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark at ceremonies August 22 in Bellingham. They are (from left) Doris Hill (Sister M. Lu- Adriano, Sotero Adriano, Philip- pine; Sister Elizabeth Buendia, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Buendia, Philippines; S i s t e r Barbara Coombe, Mr. and Mrs. Owen L. Coombe, Walla Walla; Sister Margaret Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Crawford, Sherman Oaks, Calif.; Sister Kathryn De- Long; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard DeLnng, Thompson Falls, Mont.; Sister Mary Kay Damarais, Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Demarais, M a b t o n; Sister Bernadine Gamache, Mr. and Mrs. Jef- fery Gamache, Moxee City; Sister Anna Belle Hart, Mr. and Mrs. George Hart, Missou- la, Mont.; Sister Amedee Jones, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones, Missoula, Mont.; Sister Rosalie Locafi, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Locati, Walla Walla; Sister Judith Lovchik, Mr. and Mrs. F r a n k Lovchik, Great Falls, Mont.; Sister Patricia Ann Mc- Greevy, Mr. and Mrs. Desmond McGreevy, Glendale, C a 1 i f;; Sister Mary Alice Miller, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Glen- dale, Calif.; Sister Annea Nich- olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Nicholsen, San Diego, Calif.; Sister Heide Parreno, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Parreno, Philip- pines; Sister Linda Raghianti, Mr. and Mrs. Primo Raghianfi, Seattle; Sister Helena Riordan, Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Riordan, Conejo, Calif.; Sister Dorothy Sandoval, Mr. and Mrs. Cres- cent Sandoval, Burbank, Calif.; Sister Barbara Schamber, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Schamber, Sun Valley, Calif.; Sister Doro- thy Smart, Mrs. Eleanor Smart, Tacoma; Sister Dorothy Stagdon, Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Stagdon, Olympia; Sister Rose Virginia Verzosa, Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Verzosa, Philippines; and Sister Joanne Marie Wag- ner, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur E. Wagner, Vancouver. Dominicans Honor Former Nuncio SANTO DOMINGO, Domin- ican Republic, (NC) -- Some 5,000 Dominicans have sent a silver chalice and a gold pec- toral cross to the former Apos- tolic Nuncio to the Domincan Republic for his "defense of the rights of the people." The gifts are for Arch- bishop Lino Zanini, now Apostolic Delegate to $eru- salem and Palestine, who formerly served as Nuncio here. The chalice was sent by Dominican women, and the pectoral cross by Dominican men. A message accompanying gifts lauded Archbishop Zanini for defending the people "when the country was under the domination of a cruel tyrant." HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Thrcmgk Pertain Trades Teaching Writing Social Work Clerical Work Foreign Missions For Information write: Brother Gilbert Burke, C.S.C. Notre Dame High School 13642 Riverside Dr. Sherman Oaks, Calif. SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF NEWARK making their first profession are pictured here. First row: (from left) (sitting) Sister M. Martine, Sister Marcianne, Sister M. Clairette; (standing) Sister M. Theresella, Sister M. Carla. Second row: (from left) Sister Georgine, Sister M. Matthias, Sister M, Colletta, Sister M. Jeanine, Sister M. Luke, Sister M. Helena, Sister Marilee, Sister M. Francita, Sister M. Kevinita, Sister M. Patrina, and Sister M. Carlita. Rites for St. Joseph Sisters At Bellingham BELLINGHAM-- Thirty-two Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark parti- cipated in profession and re- ception ceremonies in Sacred Heart Church here August 22. The Rev. Gerald T. Moore, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Bellevue, was celebrant of the Mass and officiated at the cere- monies. He was assisted by Rev. Thomas R. Henley, Sa- cred Heart Church pastor, and Rev. Gregory Schneider, O.S. B., chaplain at St. Joseph's Hospital here. Those from the Seattle Arch- diocese who pronounced first (triennial) vows included twin sisters, Sister M. Carla and Sis tar M. Carlita, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Meyer of Mercer Island. Others and their parents are: Sister M. Charlene, Mrs. G. K. Bartlett; Sister M. Heleoe, Mrs. R. J. McCon- villa; Sister Marilee, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Murphy; Sister The changes were voted at a general chapter meeting at which Sister Mary Claire des Anges was elected Superior General. The community, founded at Vaudreull, Qua., in 1850, has more than 2,000 mem- bers in Canada, the United than The Worker of August 12. States and Haiti. Mareianne, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Parry; Sister M. Patrina, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sanders; and Sister M. Margarita, Mr. and Mrs, H. I. Stew, all of Seattle. Sister M. Franeita, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lampert, A1- derwood Manor; Sister M. Jeanine, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Haase, Chehalis; Sister Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. MeGowan, Tacoma; Sister M. Lake, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thomas, Winlack; and Sister M. Matthias, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wenger of St. Francis. ville, La., formerly of Port Angeles. Newly-r)rofessed Sisters from outside the Archdiocese includ- ed Sister M. Georgine (Heitz- man) of Eugene, Ore.; Sister M. Kevinita (Miller) of Pacoi- ma, Calif.; Sister M. Clairette (Byrne), Sister M. Colletta (Byrne), Sister M. Martine (Hoban), Sister M. Eunice (Moore), and Sister M. The.es- ella (O'Meara), all of Dublin, Ireland. Receive Habits Receiving the habit of nov- Yvonne) Mr. and Mrs. Cecil S. Eklund, Castle Rock; Eileen Gilligan (Sister M. Lisa) Mr. and Mrs. E. J. GiUigan, Long- view; Ann McCormick (Sister M. Care) Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McCormick, Encino, Calif.; Mary Stewart (Sister M. Elai- na) Mr. and Mrs. E. Stewart, Mount Vernon. Julia Codd (Sister M. Ruth) Mr. and Mrs. Edmund P. Codd, Spokane; Doris Hill (Sister M. Lucia) Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hill, Bonners Ferry, Idaho; Mary Fleming (Sister M. An- tonia), Anne Gaffney (Sister M. Stella), both of Dublin, Ire- land; Ann Hayes (Sister M. Julian), County Down, Ireland; and Teresa O'Toole (Sister M. Lourdes), Galway, Ireland. Serving at the altar for their sisters' profession were John Bartlett of Seattle and Pat McGowan of Tacoma. Eight junior professed Sis- ters renewed their vows for two years at a private cere- mony. The extension of the temporary vow neriod to five years eliminated a ceremony of perpetual vows this year. ices and their religious names, and their parents, were Eliza- Renew Vows beth Adams (Sister M. Siena) Renewing vows were Sister Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Adams, M. Alice (Kennard), Seattle; Mercer Island; Linda Bluhm Sister Marita (Mead), Ronton; (Sister M. Lynette), Mr. and Sister M. Rosalind (Casey), Mrs. B. R. Bluhm, Edison; Spokane; Sister M. Donata Judy Eklund (Sister M. Joyce), Washington, N.J.; Sis- ter M. Creseentia (Kelly), Sis- ter M. Laurinda (Larkin), Sis- ter M. Andrene (O'Keeffe), and Sister M. Edith (Sexton), all of Ireland. Benedictine Nun Takes Final Vows OLYMPIA -- Sister H e 1 e n Kohler, O.S.B., pronounced her perpetual vows as a member of the Order of St. Benedict at ceremonies August 15 in St. Placid Priory here. The Rt. Rev. Abbot Raphael Heider, O.S.B., of St. Martin Abbey, officiated as delegate of the Most Reverend Arch- bishop Thomas A. Connolly. Benedictines pronounce their vows at the altar during the Of- ferory of the Mass, emphasiz- ing the union of the self-offering with the sacrifice of Christ. Sister Helen is the daughter of Mrs. Ruby E. Kohler, g903 View, Tacoma, and the late Dr. Delphin W. Kohler. She at- tended Visitation School, Visi- tation Villa, Aquinas Academy, Mount Angel and Holy Names Colleges before entering St. Pla- cid Priory in 1958. She received her degree in music from the *College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, Minn., this year. She will be on the faculty of St. Placid High School here. da), Anne Gaffney (Sister M. Stella), Mary Stewart (Sis- ter M. 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