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@) 12--THE PROGRESS FrTda 7, uusf 28, I84: r Sisters Pronounce Vows; Study,00 Work, Enioy Life SEVEN SISTERS ftxn the Archdiocese recently took part in ceremonies of investiture axtd profession at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Francis of Penance and Christian Charity in Redwood City, Calif. They are (left to right) Mary Frances Gaines, Everett (Sister M. Clarice); Kathryn Lehman, Chehalis, (Sister M. Andlla); Gloria Gearhart, Toledo, (Sister Margaret Mary); Kathleen Reynolds, Portland, (Sister Shawn Marie); Carol Ann Wood, Longview, (Sister M. Rosenee); Mary Buennagel, Everett, (Sister M. Ignace). Franciscan Institute" ! e Vows Sa,d REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- ' Sister Pins Falhstrom, O.S.F., St. Rose parish. Long, view, di. rected an institute for in-sere. ice teachers of the St. Fran- cis Province at Mount Alver- no College August 10 to 14. Sister Plus is a graduate of St. Mary's Academy, Toledo, Washington, end holds master's degree from Catholic University. Another St. Mary's graduate, Sister Margaret Barmen, M.S., Holy Rosary parish, Tacoma, mistress of postulants at Mount AIverno, s p o k e on the Reli- gious Psychology of the child and the adolescent. Sister Emilene Zenner, Phl), dean of Mount Alverno Col- lege, and also a St. Mary's Academy graduate, helped co- ordinate the sessions. e REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Making their perpetual vows as Franciscan Sisters on Aug- ust 18 were the following archdiocesan Sisters: Sister M. Jerome Koehler, Bellingham; Sister M. Ignatius S t e w a r t, Kelso; and Sister Anthony Marie Towner, Contrail. On A u g u s t 6, temporary vows were pronounced by eight novices. The Sisters of St. Francis staff St. Mary's Academy, To- ledo,, and St. Bernadette's school, Seattle. Uganda Student At SU Wins Scholarship Discussing subjects for recent institute at Mount Alverno College are left to right: Sister M. Emilene Zenner, Sister M. Margaret Bannan and Sister M. Plus Fahlstr0m. Sister Catherine Given Degree at Notre Dame Sister Mary C a t h e r i n e, O.P., of Marymount Motherhouse, Tacoma, received the degree of Master of Arts in Sacred Doctrine August 5 from the Graduate School of Sacred Theology. St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana. The Most Reverend Leo A. Pursley, D.D., Bishop of Fort Wayne.South Bend, and Chan- cellor of the School of Sacred Theology, conferred the de- grees on the twentieth anniver- sary of the School which was founded by the late Sister Madeieva, C.S.C. Sister Mary Catherine is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Angeio Patch, Mr. Virgin parish. She is visiting her sis- ters, Mrs. Carmell Bredice, 1129 24th Ave. So., and Mrs. Matthew J. Martino, 2804 So. Dawson, before returning to St. Mary's to continue her stud- ies for Ph.D. in Sacred Doc- trine. Sister Catherine received her B.A. from Central Washing- ton State College end five- year certificate in Sacred Doc- trine from Dominican College, San Ralaei, California. Sister has taught at Holy Rosary school, Seattle and St. Patrick's and Marymount, Ta- coma. She will be teaching in the Sister Formation Program of her community after com- pleting her doctrinal studies. While at Notre Dame Sister Catherine received a gift sub- scription to The Progress from the Sisters of Our Lady of Mt. SISTER CATHERINE Virgin Convent. "The Christian Culture Series is of tremendous importance as a means of com. municating the word of God," said Sister Catherine. "The Progress also kept me in close contact with activities of the Archdiocese. I have been very proud of the leadership showed by our Archdiocese." Nine New Instructors At Bellarmine TACOMA -- Nine new teach- ers including two lay instruc- tors will greet new and return- ing students to Bellarmine High Wednesday, September 2, here. Joining the faculty of Bellar- mine are t h r e e priests and A 1963 graduate of Seattle Uni- versity from Bombe, Uganda, has been a w a r d d a Rockefeller Foundation scholarship in Agri- cultural Sciences for graduate study at Catholic University, Washington, D.C. Salome Manyangenda will spe- cialize in Agricultural Bibliogra- phy while working for a Master's Degree in Library Science. She came to Seattle University on scholarship awarded by t h e School after the Kennedy Founda- tion made a grant to cover her transportation from Africa: Miss Manyangenda, who majored in English, worked for 4 years un- der the Ray. Vincent Conway, S. J., in the Seattle University li- brary. St. Joseph Newark Nuns Take Vows BELLINGHAM m T h Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, officiated at the sol- emn reception and profession ceremonies of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark Satur- day, Aug. 22, in Sacred Heart Church, here. Assisting the Archbishop were Ray. Howard Lavelle, pastor of St. Louise Church, and Ray. John Walsh, pastor of St. Monioa'e Church. Leading the congregation in Dialogue Mass was Ray. Thom- as R. Hanley, pastor of Sacred Heart Parish. Master of cere- monies was Rev. Stephen Szeman. In the sermon given by Rev. Arrnand Nigro, S.J., those pres- ent were reminded that true love gives and that the most fitting gift is one of self. "The vows made today and the habit put on, are symbolic of that very sacrifice of love." In an address at the een. elusion of the eermonies the Archbishop emphasized that all Christians have duty to strive for perfection and al. though t h o s participating take upon themselves more solemn obligation, all must be wary of the temptation to elect ease and medloerity rather than, the way 04 the Cross. Speaking directly to the parents he congratulated them for their geaeresi and reminded all that wahout parental saerifiee this day would not be possible. During the cermony, final vows were pronounced by Sis- "tar M. Alice, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ken- nard, Seattle; Sister Marita, daughter of Mr. ant[ Mrs. W. I. Mead, Renton; Sister M. Rosalind, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Casey, Spokane; Sister M. Donata, daughter of Mr. R, F. Joyca and the late Mrs. 3oyce, Broadway, New Jersey; Sister M. Andrene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mi- chael V. O'Keaffe, County Of- faly, Ireland; and Sister M. Laufinda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. 3. Larkin, Dublin, Ire- land. Making first profession were Sister M. Siena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, Mercer Island; Sister M. Lyn- ette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Bluhm, Edison; Sister M. Elaina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Stewart, Mt. Ver- non; Sister M. Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Codd, Spokane; Sister M. Cra, daughter of Mr. G. C. McCor- mick, Encino, Calif. and Mrs. M. Clinton, Buffalo, New York; Sister M. Lucia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hill, Ban- ners Ferry, Idaho; Sister M. Jdien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 3. Hayes, County Down, Ireland; Sister M. Antonia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleming, Dublin, Ireland; and Sister M. Lourdes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Toole, Gal- way, Ireland. Receiving the holy habit and their names in religion were: Patricia Steer (Sister M. Joleen), daughter of Mr. Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark receiving perpetual vows are left to right: Sister M. Laurinda (Larkin), Sister Marita (Mead), Sister M. Alice (Kennard), Sister M. Rosalind (Casey), Sister M. Andrene (O'Keeffe), Sister M. Dont (Joyce). The ceremonies took place in Bellingham, Satur- day, Aug.' 22. Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Sisters taking triennial vows are left to right: Sister M. An. tonia (Fleming), Sister M. Julien (Hayes), Sister M. Car (McCormick), Sister M. Lourdes (O'Toole), Sister M, Siena (Adams), Sister M. Lynette (Bluhm), Sister M. Ruth (Codd), Sister M. Elalna (Stewart), Sister M. Lucia (Hill). Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly officiated at the rites. Receiving the Holy Habit were left to right: Sister M. Janice (Styslinger), Sister M. Karina (Hofstee), Sister M. Sheila (Erickson), Sister M. Jude (Miller), Sister M. Paulina (Dibb), Sister M. Janelh (Schindler), Sister M. Judy Miller (Sister M. Jude'), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Miller, Seattle; Barbara Schindler (Sister M. JaneHe), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schindler, Seattle; Pauline Dibb (Sister M. Paulina), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dibb, Seattle; Karea Hobson (Sister M. Danielle), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hobson, Seattle. Also Linda Wickersham (Sis- ter M. Lynn), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wickersham, Seattle; Mary Erckson (Sister M. Shella), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson, Shei- ton; Catherine Hofstee (Sister M. Karina), daughter of Mrs. William Hofstea and the late Mr. Hofstee, Mt. Vernon; Dor- othy Styslinger (Sister M. Jan- ice) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexandra (Kovats), Sister M. Lynn (Wickersham), Sistee M. Danieih (Hobson), Sistee M. Joleen (Steer), Sist M. Julia (Pardis). The Ray. Armand Nigro, S.J., gave the aernlon, William Styslinger, Cleveland, 3. Hayes, mother of Sister H. Ohio; Katherine Pardis (Sister 3ulien. M. Julia), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Paradis, Pieo RETAIN JUDGE Rivera, Calif.; and Judith Ka- rats (Sister M. Alexandra), daughter of Mr. and MrS. A. WM F LEVEQUE Karats, Vancouver, B.C. Coming from Ireland for " " t h e i r daughter's profession were Mrs. ,1". Fleming, mother of Sister M. Antonia, and Mrs. four scholastics along with and Mrs. J, F. Steer, Seattle; Hospital Honor Given j.Frankwetzler. P" Michael and William Hughes Picked Included on the list of new Alumm Clubs' Sisters Louise, Maria staff membersisRev. JohnJ. Mercer Teacher Goudis, S.J., vice superior at Accepts New Reg,onal-- Veep Gonzaga Prep in Spokane since 1960. Joining Father Goudie York Position SISTER LOUISE ALINE T w o archdiocesan Hospital Sisters have been advanced to ;the status of Membership in :'.'the American College of Hos- :; pital Administrators. i: Sister Mafia of Providence, ::right, administrator of St. 3o- SISTER MARIA seph Hospital, Vancouver, and Sister Louise Aline, left, ad- ministrator of Providence Hos- pital, Everett, received the honor at the professional so- ciety's 30th annual convention ceremony August 23 in Chicago. i Medical Record Science i!iClass Receives Diplomas ,. The 14th graduating class of the Providence Hos- pital School of Medical Record Science attended Mass in the chapel August 20, and that evening received ;::diplomas in Providence Hall. The 12 graduates bring  the Providence alumni to well over 100. :::. The Rev. Mathias Wilhelm, ?S.J., hospital chaplain, gave the :invocation. Greetings were ex- ::tended by Sister Gertrude of Providence. Administrator. : The Honorable Charles P. , Moriarity, Jr., delivered the :commencement address. Sister :Marygrace, O.S.F., a member :: of the class, led the Pledge of :,:the American Association of Medical Record Librarians. ' Four of the graduates plan to work in the Northwest. Special :mention was given Mrs. Myrna "- Mille, mother of four, who ,uted daily from Tacoma. duates Valerie M. re: Andrews, Santa Clara, Cali- fornia; Susan Lynne Bailey, Berkeley, California; Madlyn Diane Bracco, Butte', Montana; Myrna Mac de Mille, Tacoma; Gretchen Cecilia Frederick, Se- attle; Bonnie Kay Haul Sid- ney, Montana; Carol Ann Locke, Shelton; Sister Mary- grace, O.S.F., Buffalo, N.Y.; Nancy Elizabeth Rule, Butte, Montana; Jeanne A. W. Sulli- van, Rochester, N.Y.; Claire Anne Vergez, Oakland, Cali- fornia; and P a t r i ci a Lynn Walkup, Seattle. Rev. Justin H. Saipp, S.3. and Rev. Thomas M. McCarthy, S.J. Father Goudie is the new vice superior of the Jesuit community at Bellarmine and m addition to his duties at the residence will teach sophomore religion. Father Seipp will be the new vice principal and will teach one class of freshman re- ligion. Father McCarthy will teach .contemporary problems to semors and will also be their counselor. New scholastics include Mr. Edward S. Favilla, S.J., w he will teach physics and senior math; Mr. Robert L. Fitts, n.J., who will teach sociology and history; Mr. Thomas. E. Rice, S.J.. who will teach La- tin and French; and Mr. Pat- tick 3. Twohy, S.J., who will teach religion and English. Wetzler has taught and coached at Deer Park High School, Spokane. At B e I ! r- mine he will teach chemistry and coach track. Michael has taught and coached at Belle- ue Junior High, and will join the math department and coach baseball. While classes are scheduled to start at 8:26 a.m. Sep- tember , Ballarmine stu- dents will already have reg- istered prior to that date. The Rev. Thomas G. Wil- liams, S.J., principal, said registration for underclass- men will take place Monday, Aug. 31, and for upperclass- men on Tuesday, Sept. 1. The Mass of the Holy Spirit, traditionally marking the start of the school year, will be held later in the month, Father Wil- liams raid. Harvey C. Wolfe, 4102 Island Crest Way, Mercer Island, has accepted position as assistant professor of French and mod- em language methodology t New York State University Col- lege of Education, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Wolfe, Mercer Island High School French instructor, was graduated from St. Martin's College, and the University of Washington. He has done graduate work at Seattle University, San Fer- nando State College, won Ful- bright scholarship for study t the University of Louvain, Bel- gium and taught eight years in Los Angeles archdiocesan high schools. Wolfe, his wife and five chil- dren are members of St. Moni- ca's Parish. New Benedictine Priory Founded CEDARSBURG, Wis. (NC) -- Nine Benedictines, seven priests, deacon and a Broth- er, have established Our Lady of Claremont priory here with the permission of Archbishop William E. Cousins of Milwau- kee. Negotiations for the commun- ity started in 1961 when the late Abbot Ambrose L, On- drak, O.S.B., of St. Procopiua Abbey, Lisle, Ill., petitioned the Holy See for permission to establish new independent community. The Congregation of Relig- ious gave the permission last May 22. JAMES T. HUGHES James T. Hughes of St. Jo- seph's Parish, Seattle, has been chosen regional vice pres- ident for the Pacific North- west of the National Catholic Alumni Clubs at the organiza- tion's national convention in Squaw Valley, Calif. Hughes is a graduate of Seattle Univer- sity. Announcement was made by Charles Bradley, Chicago at- torney and president of the na- tional body which' is comprised of Catholic alumni clubs in m- jor cities throughout the na- tion. Membership in the CAC is limited to single, C t h o 1 i c graduates of colleges and uni- versities in the United States. Clubs in the Pacific Northwest are located in Seattle, Portland and Spokane. A native of Seattle, Hughes also is a graduate of St. Jo- seph's School and Seattle Prep. A former editor of labor pa- per, Hughes is engagedqn pub- lic relations work. Catholic School Alumni To Meet BUENOS AIRES (NC) -- A national congress of former Catholic school students is being planned for this fail here in response to Pope Piua XII's pleas to Catholic alumni to unite in overcoming social and moral problems. It is tenta- tively scheduled for October 24-25. Make Movie On Bishop BUENOS AIRES (NC) -- A motion picture is being made on the life of Bishop Mamerto Esquiu of Cordoba (1826-1883). 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