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om , I Plans Given, Drive Underway Mission Sunday Visiting Speakers For Auburn, Olympia Churches The following priests are ass!gned to the desig- nated churches for preaching assignments Sunday, Oct. 21, Mission Sunday: SEATTLE REVEREND FATHERS: St. James Cathedr=l ........... Jamez L. Pruss, M.M. Assumption ......................... John Mitchell Blessed Sacrament ................. Michael Carroll Christ the King ................ Thomas D. Cox, S.J. Holy Family ........................ William Slate Holy Rosary ..................... Joseph Marquart Immaculate ......................... Peter Duggan Our Lady of Fatima .......... Valerian Grubb, O.S.B. Our Lady of Guadalupe ...... Richard Dolen, C.S.S.R. Our Lady of the Lake ............ James McEachern Our Lady of Lourdes .......... Gerald Brunet, O.M.I. Our Lady of Mt. Virgin .......... Leonard Sitter, S.J. Sacred Heart ............... Vincent MeEachen, O.P. St. Alphonsus ........................ Joseph Erny St. Benedict .............. Roger Agostinelli, O.F.M. St. Bernadette ...................... Joseph Pet, an St. Catherine ........................ James Brooks St. Edward ................... Thomas O'Callaghan St. George .................... Desmond McMahon St. John ........................... Stanton Boyle St. Joseph ............................ John Lynch St. Luke ......................... James Mallahan St. Margaret .................... John Stewart, S.J. St. Mark .................... Kenneth Ogrodowski St. Mary ........................... John Doherty St. Matthew ...................... Stephen Roman St. Patrick ......................... Thomas Kelly St. Paul ........................... Thomas Quinn St. Peter ..................... Carlton Whitten, S.J. St. Teresa .................... Anthony Domandich ABERDEEN SS. Aegldius & Mary .................. Robert Daly ANACORTES St. Mary ..................... Edwin Merchant, S.J. ARLINGTON Immaculate Conception ....... David MacDonald, S.J. AUBURN Holy Family ...................... Michael Sehmitt BELLEVUE Sacred Heart .....  ................... John Marsh St. Louise ........................ Dennis O'Driscol BELLINGHAM Assumption .................. Thomas Vandenberg BOTHELL St Brendan .................. Richard Redman, S.S. DUVALL Holy Innocents ................... J. McCorkle, S.S. BREMERTON Star of the Sea .................. Malachy Monahan DES MOINES St. Philomena ................. Raymond Heffernan EDMONDS Holy Rosary ................... Richard Basso, S.S. ENUMCLAW Sacred Heart ......................... Philip Duffy EVERETT Immaculate Conception ........... Richard Gallagher Our Lady of Perpetual Help .......... Michael O'Neil St. Mary Magdalen ............... Justin Knuff, S.S. KIRKLAND Holy Family ...................... Tl,omas Murphy LONGVIEW St. Rose ........................... Edward Norris MERCER ISLAND St. Monica ................. ..... John Thirlkel, S.S. MONROE St. Mary ...................... William Morris, S,S. MOUNTLAKE TERRACE St. Plus X ............... Frederick Chudzinski, S.S. MOUNT VERNON Immaculate Conception ........... John McLaughlin OAK HARBOR St. Augustine ................... Daniel Maher, S.J. OLYMPIA St. Michael .......................... Kevin Coyle PORT ANGELES Queen of Angels ............... Eugene Bianchi, S.J. PORT ORCHARD St. Gabriel .................... Brendan Coleman PORT TOWNSEND Star of the Sea ............... William Wolcott, S.J. PUYALLUP All Saints ..................... Marian Roth, O.S.B. RENTON St. Anthony ....................... Lawrence Low RIVERTON St. Thomas ..................... J. Dougherty, S.S. SEAHURST St. Francis ........... John Pyne and John McMullon SHELTON St; Edward .................. Bede Ernsdorff, O.S,B. TACOMA Holy Cross ....................... August Banasky Holy Rosary ........................ Patrick O'Neil Our Lady Queen of Heaven ........ James Ryan, S.J. Sacred Heart ............... Luke O'Donnell, O.S.B. St. Ann .................... Francis Harrington, S.J. St. Charles Borromeo .......... Damian Glenn, O.S.B. St. John of the Woods ........... Patrick Hurley, S.J. St. Joseph ................... George Seidel, O.S.B. St. Leo ........................ Gerald Nagle, M.M. St. Martin of Tours ................. John Heneghan St. Patrick .......................... Thomas Daly Visitation .......................... Patrick Clark VANCOUVER Our Lady of Lourdes ................ Jerome Dooley St. James .................... Theodore Sondergeld St. Joseph ........................ William Sifferle THE CHANCERY By order of the Most Reverend Archbishop October 5, 1962 :i:i!:!iii!:i:'i::7:::i:i: CONSTRUCTION will begin this mouth on a church, par- is 36,262 square feet. The church will seat 800 persons and ish hall, catechetical center and rectory for Holy Family the catechetical center will contain eight classrooms. Pro- Parish in Auburn. Architect is E. L. Mills and Associates visions have been made for the future addition of school of Tacoma and the bid was let to Woodard Construction classrooms and a convent. The Rev. John Duffy is pastor. Co. of Tacoma for $430,000. Total floor area of the project AUBURN -- The Chan- cery Office has announced that the bid for the con- struction of a new church, school and rectory at Holy Family Parish has been award- to to Woodard Construction Co., of Tacoma, for $430,000. According to Rev. John Puffy, pastor, the initial construction will contain a church to seat 800 persons, a parish hail, a catechetical center of eight classrooms and a rectory. The single-story buildings are designed by E. L Mills and Associates of Tacoma. The site is at 17th and F Sts. The rectory will be eon- strueted with cardecking floor construction. All other floor eonstruction will be eoncrete slabs on grade. Total floor area is 36,262. The rectory will be of frame construction with a flat built-up roof, brick veneer and stucco exterior and copper fascias and sheet- metal work. The church, hall and catecheti- cal center will have masonry exterior walls and exposed in- terior walls of masonr!', plaster and stained wood panelling. All ceilings w i 11 be acoustically treated. Wood joist roof con- struction will be supported on glu-laminated beams and the finished roof will be a 20-year built-up type. The rectory will contain two zoned hot air, gas fired heating plants. The remainder of the buildings will be heated by a central air system while the school area will use unit class- room ventilators and hot water baseboard convectors. Provisions have been made for the tuture addition of school classrooms and a con- vent. Other bids were: Strom Con- struction Co., $443,000; C o n- struction Engineers and Con- tractors, T a c o m a, $450,000; Absher Construction Co., Puy- allup, $452,642; Kam Construc. tion Co.. T a c o m a, $453,216; Merit Company, Tacoma, $454,- 900; Korsmo Brothers, Tacoma, $45%926; Fitzpatrick- McIntyre, Tacoma, $459,811; 5ardeen Brothers, Tacoma, $461,057; Lone Brothers Construction Co., Auburn, $502,786. Campaign Workers Plan St. Michael Drive CAMPAIGN WORKERS from St. Michael Parish, Olym- financial support for the construction of a new church and pia, are shown receiving their assignments at recent meeting rectory. The goal for the campaign is $250,000. Workers in connection with the St. Michael Building Fund Campaign. present for the meeting totaled 225. These workers will visit all their fellow parishioners, asking 'Sister Radar's' Story Recounted WASHINGTON (NC)--The story of a nun's tri- umph over total blindness--a struggle that earned her the nickname "Sister Radar"--is told in a new govern- ment publication. The dramatic effort to over-Chaplain come her handicap waged by Sister Mary Paul is recounted in the September issue of Em-Named ployment Security Review, a publ!cation of t>.e Labor De-For Blind partment's Bureau of Employ- ment Security. The Rev. Gerald Mayo- Her story is told in an article by Cyrus G. Flanders of the vsky, assistant pastor of Connecticut State Employment St. Edward Church, has Service, where she worked for been named the chaplain for 13 years before entering reli- the newly-established Blessed gious life, and in a letter from Sister Mary Paul herself. Margaret Guild for the Blind When she came to the State by the Most Reverend Arch- Employment Service Sister bishop Thomas A. Connolly. Mary Paul--then Jennie Kon- The organization which is an drasky- was already totally off-shoot of the Seattle Univer- blind. Desuite this, she was sity CCD Program for the able to type 180 words per handicapped, 'as begun in Jan- minute on a standard type- uary. Membership "s limited to writer and take dictation on th  . blind, CathoEc or non Cath- a Braille shorthand machine olic, their families and inter- at 120 words per minute, ested parties. In her 13 years with the State The -roup was organized to Employment Serevice she com- romote the spiritual welfare muted from her home in Stare- of the members through reg- ford, Conn., to her o f f i c e in ular Communion breakfasts, Bridgeport. In that time she discussion grou-, days of missed only s e v e n days of recolltion, retreats; Prom.- work. tion of the inteRectual growth On September 8, 1954, she of the members by lecture series and good litervtme and South, Central, Northern And joined the Franciscan Sisters of the promotion of the social Our Lady of Perpetual Help. welfare by informal gather- North Central Deaneries, ACCW t preliminary relisious ings participation in group training, she was assigned in sports, Christmas parties, and The Reverend Pastors of the respective dean- 1957 to St. Francis of Oak Ridge attendance at musicals and eries are requested to make the following announce- Hospital, Green Springs, Ohio. plays. ment Sunday, October 7: There she mastered the skill Meetings a: .' h-'ld on the first The South Central Deanery, ACCW, will meet of filling out the various forms Wednesda- of each month in Tuesday, October 9, at the Jefferson Park Ladies Club, used for keeping patients' rec- the students' "ounge of the Stu- ords. With the aid of a medical dent Union Building at Seattle 2313 15th Avenue South, Seattle. Lunch will be served dictionary in Braille lent her by Univez ty at 8 p.m. at 12 noon and the general meeting will follow, the Library of Congress she The Northern Deanery, ACCW, will meet Wednes- also became adept in the medi- Anyone interested in this or- day, October 10, at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Belling- cal terminology involved in her ganization or knowing of per- ham. Lunch will be served at 12 noon and the general work. sons who would b interested meeting will follow. Sister Mary Paul concludes is asked to call Jean Damps,n, EA. 2-:041, or James Hogan, The North Central Deanery, ACCW, will meet her letter this way: AT. 2-8014. Thursday, October 11, at St. Margaret's Parish Hall, ",Tha,ks be to God and the Seattle. The general meeting will be at 1:00 p.m. tel- good Sisters at this hospital lowed by tea. without whose assistance I Seminary Blessed The moderators, all deanery officers, presidents could have accomplished noth- BAGUIO CITY, Philippines-- of affiliated organizations and activity chairmen are ing, I am abh to contribute (NC) -- Archbishop Salvatore requested to attend the board meeting at 11:00 a.m. my hit to this work of di- Siino, Papal Nuncio to the rectly cooperating in render- Philippines, blessed the new in Jefferson ark Ladies Club, Seattle, and Sacred ing patient care. seminary of the Mountain Prov. Heart Parish'Hall, Bellingham, and at 12:15 p.m. at "Even though God in His in- race vicarmte here and called St. Margaret's Parish Hall, Seattle. finite wisdom does not permit it "a fountain of lmpe, the THE CHANCERY me to 'see,' yet I am able in crowa of a bishop, and the in- By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop my small way to help others dex of the spiritual life in this October 5, 1962 see, hear, walk and talk." vicariate." Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades Visitation Retreat (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) Christ the King, Seattle Holy Family, Kirkland Assumption, Seattle October 12 - 14 St. James Cathedral, Seattle October 19 - 21 St. Patrick, Tacoma Our Lady of Lourdes, Seattle. CCD Teacher Training Classes Set The Archdiocesan Confra- ternity Office announces the following t e a c h e r training courses at the Liberal Arts Building, Seattle University, all of which will begin Thurs- day, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. and will continue each Thursday evening thereafter. Introductory Courses for Be. ginning Teachers: Methods of Teaching Religion --Elementary Grades -- 15 hours. 7:30-8:30, Room 219, Liberal A r t s Building. In- structor: Sister Carol Maw reen, SNYM. Methods of Teaching Religion --High School Grades -- 15 hours. 7:30-8:30, Room 220, Liberal Arts Building. In- structor: Sister M. Virgil, CSJ. Catholic Doctrine for Religion Teachers -- 15 hours. 8:30- 9:30, Liberal Arts Building. Instructor: Rev. James Gun. drau. Advanced Courses: (for teach- ers having had Introductory Courses in Teaching Meth- eds) Advanced Couurse for Teach. ers of Elementary Grades-- 6 hours. 7:30-6:30, Room 123, Liberal Arts Building. In- structor: S i s t e r Michael Archangel, SNJM. Advanced Course for Teachers of High School Grades -- 6 hours. 7:30-8:30, Room 222, Liberal Arts Building. In- structor: Sister M. Teresita, CS5. Catholic Doctrine for Religion Teachers -- 15 hours. 8:30- 9:30, Room 123, Liberal Arts Building. Instructor: Rev. John P. Doherty. No advanced registration is necessary and there is no fee. The CCD office welcomes and encourages all activa and prospective teachers to avail themselves of the opportuunity of these courses. Franciscan Sisters To Study In East Three Sisters of St, Francis Penance and Christian Charity from Seattle have arrived in Rosary Hill College, Buffalo, N.Y., for study following thor novitiate and first two years of college at Mount Alverno. Red- wood City, Calif, The Sisters are S i s t • r M. Elaine Renggli, Sister M. Lucia Faulk and S i s t • r M. &bells Convoy. Archdiocesan Sisters Attend Meet Sister Peter Olivaint, F.C.S.P.. of Providence Hospital, Seattl and Sister M. Emmanuel, O.S.F., from St. Joseph Hospital, Ta- coma, attend the School of Ad- ministration Workshop Sepals- bet 27 in St. Louis, Mo. The annual conference of American Association of Medical Record Librarians was also held in St. Louis from October 1-5. Beautitul Christm Card Gift, and Religious Items Mailed FREE from Christmas, Florida with the world-famom Olrbtmas trademark. Write for FREE Catalog Christmas Ever,lay P.O. Box 126, CbrhWnem, Fkk 17-Day Ec0n0myJet Fares Spare Your Budget on the Line to the Shrines! Save $136 round trip compared to regular economy fares. 17-Day Economy Excursion Fares are in effect from October I to March 31, the thrifty, uncrowded season to see Europe. Ask your Travel Agent to book your 17-day Economy Flight on Irish. Ask about our Shamrock Thriftair Plan also. 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