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I Official (Continued from Page I) Father, the bishops and priests of the Church form the primary teaching authority of the Church. But we must never lose sight of this fact: he bishops and clergy do not and never did suffice to carry out the teaching mission. You the Catholic laity must play your proper part. Our Lord said, "The harvest indeed is great but the laborers are few." (Matthew 9:37-38). Still today this lament of the Saviour is verified. In our parishes half of our children are unable to be accommodated in classrooms of a parochial school. The number of these children during this current year will reach well over 30,000. These ch".ldren must receive substantial spirLtual food that is denied them in the classrooms of our public schools. Many adult Catholics feel the need and desire to learn more of their faith. Our parents, faced with the serious obligation of instilliag the divine virtues into the lives of their children, yearn for the assistance that their parish Confraternity can offer them. Many who are outside the Fold are hungering in a spiritual wasteland, needing and wanting help and incapable of self-help. There are many who had the faith and turn- ed away from its practice and whose souls must now be reclaimed for Christ. To accomplish such lofty and supernatural goals is the purpose of your parish Confraternity of Christ- inn Doctrine. To do these things you the laity, in accord with your particular talent, must be the hand and the lips of the Blessed Saviour. I encourage you to accept the invitation of your pastor to join the ranks of your Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. You are the Church in the world and you must announce the good news of the eternal destiny of man. You belong to the lay priesthood and as such your role is vital and indispensable in the Church's mission to teach, to sanctify and to save souls. Your parish Confraternity of Christian Doctrine is the primary society of the parish. Through it the laity share in the first work of the hierarchy and the priest- hood, the spread of the knowledge and love of God. It is the chief, and official and permanent instrument for the diffusion of Christian knowledge. The object of its efforts is the enKre community and it has room within its ranks for every Catholic man and woman of the Archdiocese. Within its sixfold divisions your ability, those particular talents given to you by God, may be offered to His service. I encourage you to offer them willingly to contri- bute to the salvation of your own soul through aiding the salvation of others. Mere words cannot adequately express the pro- found gratitude and appreciation that I feel toward the thousands of laymen and laywomen of the Arch- diocese who are participating In your parish Confrater- nity Program. I take this occasion to acknowledge gratefully and with thanks the dedicated service they are so unselfishly and so fruitfully giving to this im- portant apostolate. I am not unaware of the many difficulKes and obstacles which you may encounter from time to time in your efforts to spread Christian knowledge and to share the faith. Your participation will certainly pay immense spiritual dividends. I continue to ask parents to allow nothing in this world to be thought of as more important than the bringing of religious and moral training to the ILves of their children. When your children attend public schools, regular and punctual attendargce at religLous instruction classes is of the utmost Lmportance and necessity. Nothing should be allowed to interfere with this obligation. Music lessons, dentist appoint- ments, shopping trips and the like should be arranged with the parish CCD schedule in mind. And, within your homes, by encouraging word and by example, give to your children that foundation of religious training that will be the basis of a lifetime of Christian practice. You are the chief teachers and your eternity is closely linked to the fulfilling of this major responsibility of your lives. Rest assured that I am not unmindful of you and your needs at the Altar of God. With every best wish and blessing, I am Devotedly yours in Christ, Archbishop of Seattle N.B. The foregoing letter is to be read at all Masses in all Parish and Mission Churches of the Arch- diocese on Catechetical Sunday, September 9, 1962. Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades Visitation Retreat (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) September 14.16 Holy Family, Seattle St. Mary, Centralia Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seattle St. Joseph, Chehalis St. Rose, Longview St. Edward, Shelton September 21-23 St. Francis of Assisi, Seahurst Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle St. Patrick, Tacoma A. J. KING ASSESSOR (DemJ I VOTE (X) "'"'" / Seventeen Girls Enter Dominican Sisters SEVENTEEN postulants entered the Sisters of the Third Order of St. Dominic, Congregation of the Holy Cross, Rosary Heights, Edmonds, August 27. The young women are (top row, from left) Judith Garnets, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P.S. Garnett, Chehalis; Bernadette Ogle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ogle, San Leandro, Calif.; Judith Ann Burnstin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burnstin, Seattle; Judith Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Constance Steven. son, Seattle; Mary Mayors, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Meyers, San Leandro, Calif.; Yvonne Waldbillig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Waldbillig, Bremerton; Judith Franciscovich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Francisco. vich, Renton; Julia Habenicht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Habenicht, Everett; Sara Gucinski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gudnski, Seattle; Alice Linscott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Linscott, Seattle. (Bottom row, from left) Marylin Amaral, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Amaral, San Leandro, Calif.; Barbara Chase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chase, Seattle; Susan Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fisher, San Leandro, Calif.; Celia Gorman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gorman, Seattle; Mary Kathryn Robinson, daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Robinson, Seattle; Mary Anne Cullinane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cullinane, Seattle; and Donna Monuteaux, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Monuteaux, Mountlake Terrace. FRATER FRATER ELFORD MAISER Seattle Redemptorists Take Vows Frater R a y m o n d Maiser, C.SS.R., and Frater Hugh El- ford, C.SS.R., pronounced their vows as members of the Re- demptorist Congregation Sun- day, September 2, at Immacu- late Conception College near Milwaukee, Wis. Frater Maiser is the son of Mrs. R. W. Maiser of 8249 Corliss Ave. N., Seattle. FraSer Elford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Elford, 3820 31st W., Seattle. F r a t e r Maiser graduated from Blessed Sacrament Grade School and Seattle Preparatory School. He was graduated from Seattle University in 1953 and went on to earn a master of science in physics at Notre Dame University before begin- ning his studies for the priest- hood at the Redemptorist Semi. nary in Oakland, Calif. Frater Elford was graduated from Sacred Heart Grammar School and enrolled in the semi- nary in 1952. At the present time he is active teaching the migrant workers in Wisconsin. He heads 30 Redemptorist semi- narians who annually spend part of their summer vacation helping the Mexican migrant workers in the northern U.S. Both young men will com- plete their theology course in three years and will return to the west as missionary priests. Sr. Stephen Therese Professed Sister Stephen Therese, the former Phyllis Dobeszynski of Seattle, was professed August 5 in the Order of Our Lady of Victory Noll, Huntington, Ind., the only girl from Washington State in the congregation. She has been visiting her par- eats, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Do- boszynski, 1818 5th Ave. W., in St. Anne Parish, and at- tended Liturgical Week. She is a graduate of St. Anne's and Immaculate High School. Sister will be teaching CCD to public school students in Willows, Calif., where she will reside at Our Lady of Victory Noll Convent there. . Protests Destruction PARIS, (NC) -- The Paris Catholic daily, La Croix. has protested against the destruc- tion of a statue of St. Joan of Arc by Moslem nationalists in newly independent Algeria. The newspaper pointed out that the statue had been erected in a section of Algiers populated by Christians. Take Vows at Visitation MARGARET PIZZUTI (left) of Holy Cross Parish, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Joyce Ray of St. James Cathedral Parish, Seattle, recite their vows as they are received into the Visitation Order at ceremonies September 1 in chapel of the Visitation Retreat House. The Rev. Lawrence Wil- lenborg officiated as the delegate of the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly. Miss Ray, who received the name of Sister Mary Frances, is the daughter of Mrs. Lester Jones of Kirkland. She was graduated from Holy Rosary High School. Miss Pizzuti, now Sister Mary Stephen, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pizzuti of Brooklyn. RE-ELECT FRANK RUGS DRY CLEANED Workmanship Without An Equal CON N OR "" "' "" Davenport & Chair Gleaned .... $20 Same--.Cleaned and Tinted ..... S30 The Fuzzy Wuzzy Rug Co. Slnr.e 1900 MAIn 3.29S7 STATE SENATOR 33rd DIST. DEMOCRAT MEMBER, ST. MARY'S PARISH (PAID ADVERTISEMENT] f'OTE FOR BILL 5T ii is supporting JACK ENGLAND State Senator 32nd District IFAD ADVERTISEMENTI Re-elect REg. EDWARD McDONALD To Give Mission Mission Set At St. Mary'00si Aberdeen ABERDEEN -- The Ray. Ed- ward J. McDonald of the Paul- ist Fathers of Portland, will conduct a mission at St. Mary C h u r c h here September 0 through 30. This was announced by Rev. Charles E. Kelly, pastor. The first week of the mis- sion will be for women of the parish and the second week for men. The third will include lectures for the benefit of, non- Catholics. Sez'vices each even. Lug, Monday through Friday, will begin at 7:30. Weekday Masses will be at 6:30 and 8 a.m. The public is invited to all services. On the first two Sunday after- noons from 4 to 5:30 there wilt be a special program for teen- agars. Every Thursday there will be a demonstration of the Mass with Father McDonald explaining the Mass as a priest goes through the ceremony. {PAID ADVERTISEMENT) JUDGE FLOYD HICK'S STATEMENT In this campaign I wish to stanc on my record of public servlce and make only one pledge: "In my court to treat every person, recjardless of his station in life, with courtesy end equal justice." RETAIN JUDGE FLOYD V. HICKS PIERCE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT No. 7 (Fld AdveHhemnM) STATE SENATOR FRED H. DORE r 10 years leghlaive expeHence. Municipal League sa ys: Superior in- cumbent, out,tend- ing legisJative per- formance. 37th Dist. Deme. ( Paid Advertisement ) Mr. James Tonkins is supporting JACK ENGLAND State Senator 32nd District IPAID ADVERTISEMENT) Friday,. Sepf:. 7, !962 .... TIlE PROGRESS3 RE-ELECT Representative Ann T. O'DONNELL 37th District Democrat I .......... , .......... 4. i'i i" .,  ..,-::':!i . i *::$% .!. :: , 1959, 1961 Regular and Special Sess|ons, Chairman House Commiffee on Banks and Financial InsffuHons. Graduate of Immaculae Grade and High Schools, Seattle Universlfy. An ousfanding record for educaHon, in- siuflons, civil rights, consumer profec- +ion. Endorsed by Washingon S+afe Labor Council. Re. Elect an Experienced Legislative Leader Primary Election, September 11 (PAID ADVERTISEMENT] i i RE-ELECT ROY DeGRIEF MEMBERS OF ST. BRENDAN'S, ST. MARK'S and HOLY FAMILY PARISHES Judge James E A. Burns The follawlnq named attorney, end Catholic laity githnr with 242 members of the King County Bar Association who endorsed JUDGE BURNS Is their choice In a recent poll by en- thusiastically supporting JUDGE BURNS, Mich- ael Donoven, Fred Dare, Earl Diller Jr., Scott Wallace (County Commissioner}, J. Edmund Qu;gley, Clay Nixon, John F. Dora, Joe Kann, Lawrence McDonald, AI BIanchi, Don Wood, Mike Gray, Bill W llbert, Ted Cummings end Joe Merrlck. They gave their support In recognltt of the IS years of dedicated service Judge Burns has given, during which titan he he, shown en outstanding knowledge of the law end sym- pathetic understending of the problems of the youth who appear In his court. JUDGE BURNS |s the one candidate who has pledged himself to hold night court, for the onven|ence of the working peopJe, end to continue his policy of equal justice for all, Re.elect  ]udge for  Judge's Job JUDGE BURNS Non-Partisan Exerdse your privilege  VOTE SEPT, I I Member oJ Holy Family Parish, Kirktand (Paid Advertisement) ELECT Joseph C. LAWRENCE COUNW ASSESSOR REPUBLICAN i iii  I i i / MY PLEDGE 1 I I I. Major Tax In=ease, Made by the People--Not the ! I Tax i I 2. Tax Evaluehons Based on True Value end Real Ece- I I nomlc Growt--Not on Speculative Values.  ! I . offl. Meneg*ment thet Wl, hsur, mreSt, J I Valuations.on Sides of., Ro.d.. I 1 4. All Valuahons Estabhshed w More Cons|derahon for I I the Tax Payer than for the Tax Collector. . i s. Consider 9" end Pu00os. of Inventor, as for ! [J I Tax Valuations. Gradually Evolve Same Ratio as Used I Ill for Other p, ! Ill . BE A TRUE PUBLIC SERVANT--NOT AN OVER. l III LORD. I TAXES BY REGARDLESS OF CREED BENEFITS SHOULD BE SHARED BY ALL RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION REGARDIN SCHOOL BUSES AND OTHERWISE. (PAID ADVERTISEMENTI