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!0wTHE PROGR, ESS Friday, Au,. 24, 1962 SOCIETY FOR THZ @Jw00s00 Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Ave., Seattle &amp;--MA. 2-8880 WHflT DO VOU THInH? NE of the most needy missions that I have come across recently is the Diocese of Zacapa, Guate- mala, Central America. This diocese began ia 1955, is found towards the eastern end of the country -- half of which is in the mountains and the other half jungle. When Bishop Luna started in 1955 he had 16 mission Churches -- all in various states of deterioration and in need of repair. He had no place to live and besides had only six priests for 500,000 Catholics who make up the population of the diocese. These "Cathol/c" people are not well-instructed and so not the type of Catholics we would want them to be. But consider- ing the year of poverty, persecution, anti-clericalism, lack of schools and communications and especially the lack of priests, we cannot judge them too harshly. Today there are 26 priests who represent seven different na- tionalities -- Italian, Spanish, Belgian, Guatemalan, Canadian, Chinese and one American. The Fathers are doing a wonderful job considering the handicap under which they work and the con- dieteRs and circumstances of the country, especially the poverty. They have many plans and projects but a severe shortage of funds make the projects only dreams and the tragedy of it all is that this is not the time for dreams alone, it is time for action and de- velopment. Bishop Luna tells us that "We have first of aR to see to the continuation of the priesthood -- and to this end we must begin as soon as possible to build a seminary for native students for the Holy Priesthood. We have sufficient vocations and they are increasing each year. But the cost of supporting a seminarian runs to $25 a month for each student. This means we have to pay some $250 each month [or the I0 students we have studying. We could have more but we cannot afford actuary, the 10 we do have studying in Kuetzaltenango. For this reason, the sup- port of'our seminarians is most important and equally impor- tant is the building of the seminary whieh the Holy See has asked us to build as soon as possible." Along with the seminary there are any number of schools, grade schools that should be built for the education of our chil- dren. There is only one small Catholic grade school in the entire diocese. In the country at large 71 percent of the people cannot read or w/rte -- in this diocese the percentage is much higher -- 95 percent. There is, of course always the question of supporting the priests -- some of whom depend entirely on the Bishop for a livelyhood. These men of God are doing a wonderful job for the salvation of souls but. they do have to live and the Bishop often has not the wherewithall to help them. The repair of Churches and the founding of some new chap- els and missions is also important in the diocese. The few Sisters, (six all told) also need the help of our good people since they are living too from hand to mouth and since they are Sisters, it is much more difficult for them than it is for priests. Much has been done since 1955 and much has been salvaged of the Faith, but there is' still a long way to go. With the prayers and generosity of many good people we have every hope that little will be lost. Without that help both spiritual and material, just about all will be lost, probably to Communism. No Bishop or Diocese is trying to do so much with so little for so many in so short a time! Would you like to help? TEN YOUNG RELIGIOUS from the Archdiocese of ter M. Diane Therese, Sister Mary Jennifer, Sister M. Lorene Seattle were among Holy Names Sisters making their first Theresa, Sister M. Dorothy Frances, Sister M. Ann Car- profession August 15 at Marylhurst, Ore. They are (from nelia, Sister Mary Judith, Sister Anne Lucille, and Sister left) Sister M. Andrea Rose, Sister Daniel Maureen, Sis- Anne Celeste. 30 Holy Names Sisters Take Vows MARYLHURST, Or e. F i r s t profession of vows was made at the Convent of the Holy Names here August 15 by 30 young religious. In the past the date of profession has been August 5, but this year the ceremony on that traditional date was confined to the clothing of 29 novices and the final profes- sion of 14 young Sisters. The Re. Rev. Msgr. George J. Campbell presided at the August 15 profession and the Rev. Lowell Blackburn pre- sented the candidates. The Rev. Vincent Sampietro, C.S.P., preached. A number of priests were present for tlm ceremonies, including Key. A. L. Leahy, will continue their professional and spiritual formation at the two Northwestern juniorates of the Sisters of the Holy Names, one at Marylhurst with 30 juniorate Sisters enrolled and the other in Spokane with 31 juniors. ]'hose who made temporary vows included 13 from the Archdiocese of Portland, ten from the Archdiocese of Seat- tle; five from the Diocese of Spokane, one from the Diocese of Boise and one from the Diocese of Yakima. Young religious from the Archdiocese of Seattle are: Sister M. Andrea Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Ross; Sister M. Ann Cornelia, daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Neff- son; Sister Stephen Maureen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Strauch. Salem; Sister M. Vaughan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Brownlie, Astoria; Sister Raphael Marie, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ryan, Th e Dalles; Sister M. Amelia Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rein; Sister M. Carol Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ryan; Sister M. Gilda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Battilega; Sister James Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Burke; Sister M. Jessica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cavalli; and Sister M. Rebecca, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F r e d W. Mat- thies, Portland. From the diocese of Yakima --Sister Vincent Maureen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rohde, Kennewick. From the diocese of Spokane --Sister Adrianne Mary, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Conlin; S i s t e r M. Constance Clare, daughter of George Dai- ley; Sister M. Kathleen, daugh- ter of Robert A. Matthew; Sis- ter M. Theresa Margaret, daughter of Mrs. A. C. Higgins; and Sister William Maureen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will DeNeff, Spokane. From the diocese of Boise -- Sister Miriam Roberta, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koontz, Coeur d'Alene. 6 TO 10 P.M. EVERY WEDNESDAY. NO MORE WAITING IN LINE. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Dachau Priests Midweek Refrea CKTAILS... 1 Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the Have Reunion Set For Women ORGAN and PIANO TABLE LOUNGE Propagation of the Faith, g07 Terry, Seattle 4, Washington. MUENSTER, Germany, (NC) Women of St. James Cathed-  , --Close to 90 priests who were ral Parish, and other inter- fully alr.condlfloned I MERZ SHEET 1[ prisnersattheNazicncenestedwmenareinvitedtatFm'ySundyDnersIHwyNrfht METAL WORKS EVERETT tration camp at Dachau came tend a special midweek retreat 12 to 9 p.m. l Mukilteo Sign here to celebrate the 50th an- at Visitation Retreat August "SPECIAL CHILDREN'S RATES"  FA 6.4883 I We do new end rnoelr jobs for ell I I niversary of the ordination of 28 to August 30. I purposes where sheet metal is re- I I UAV WI: {I:DVI: V/MI9 Open 7 Days a Week t AMPLE FREE PARKING I Qulrad. I | r'lbt/ wI. JLnfi. loUT their "block father at Dachau. Transportation will be pro- I MAIn 3-0242 208 Jackson Street I I lI ' f" l" Ill I I SEATTLE 4 I I fence OT MmO Father Reinhold Friedrichs, vided from the O'Dea High vicar capitular of the Muenster School ,arking lot to the re- " ' "1 Service for all efyour diocese, was leader of Da- treat house leaving at 5:30 I II laundry nn.ds, were incarcerated. Reservations, which should I II VALETOR CLEANERS & " as soon as possible, t*eeee,,MA y. om;/llV e here for the reunion with him are being accepted at the Ca-  I With children qoinq i l SHIRT SERVICE are former Dachau inmates thedral rectory, MA 2-3559.  Family Res+aurant Luxembourg, B elgiu m and afternoon, Aug. 30. Broasted Chicken Sea[oDds . Broiled Steaks .I Germany. One is Auxiliary ,, COCKTAILS II Bishop Ludwig Buchkremer of Thousands of peeple couldn,t i ComeAs You Are ?+.s"_!a a ben+fag. 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