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10--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. I, 1963 i Father Szeman The Pacific Islands O most of us I think that the islands of the Pacific hold a strange attraction. It is interesting then to see what progress the Gospel has made in this vast land of Oceania. Despite the lack of workers, language problems and the vast expanse of the South Seas, great progress has been made. As late as 100 years ago, the people were cannibalistic and hostile to Catholicism; today, most of the natives, an intelligent people, show genuine respect for law and order and the Church. The Catholic population now equals 20.8 per cent of the total popu- lation of 3,123,000, and the Church is established in 32 vicariates apostolic and dioceses. A Land of Contrast Although Oceania consists of 11,000,000 square, miles, the land area is less than 150,000 square miles. Some islands boast of modern agriculture and good roads; on others, missionaries have trouble reaching "the hidden people," who live in isolated villages lost in rain forests. The climate is formidable--typhoons and tornadoes can wreak havoc in moments. The islands of Oceania are divided into three groups. The first, known as Melanesia, inchides the North and South Solo- roans, the eastern half of New Guinea, New Britain, New Cale- donia, the New Hebrides, the Fijis, the Admiralty Islands and the Loyalty group. In the second division, Mieronesia, are Wake, Truk, the Marianas, the Carolines, the Marshalls and the Gilberts. The last, Polynesia, includes Cook, the Marquess and the Society Islands. Instructing Natives a Big Problem Instructing the natives is one of the biggest problems facing missionaries in these territories, as dialects differ from island to island. In New Guinea alone, over 200 languages are spoken. Placing native catechists everywhere would seem to be the solu- tion, but in order to train a group of catechists, they would have to learn English--this is not practicable! Faced with such handicaps, one cannot hope for many native priests, but there have been some successes. New Caledonia has been blessed with eight native priests; the New Hebrides, still Society, v for The Propagation of the Faith Re . Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director " 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4MAI 2:8880" i. in Stone-Age conditions, have had three priests ordained. Last year, two sons of Fiji were ordained, as was the first priest ever to come from the Atolls of the Paumoto Islands. One of the most remarkable achievements in all of Oceania was the establishment of the Faith on the Islands of Wailis and Fatuna: the entire native populatiou of 9,000 is Catholic, thanks largely to the martyrdom of St. Peter Chanel, a Marist Father who was killed on Fatuna in 1841. Promising Future Oceania's future looks promising, but, first, education obsta- Progress In Business: Underwrffer Atends Dedication Earl J. Spangler Jr., speclal representative for the Business Men's Assurance Co., was an o f f i c i a 1 representative of BMA's nation-wide field force at the company's formal dedi- cation of the new BMA Tower Home Office Building recently in Kansas City, Mo. Spangler qualified for this honor as a result of his superi- or life and health insurance production record during July, m :: :::!: !:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Envelope Cover Purchases Aid Missions THIS is a reproduction of a cancelled cachet cover, highlighting the opening of August and September. the second session of Vatican II. Purchase in the Archdiocese of original first-day can- Only 94 underwriters attend- celled covers, noting Vatican events the past several years, will benefit the Society for ed as dedicators, representing the Propagation of the Faith. Offered by William Roberts of Tacoma, other available the field force, covers include those of the "memoriam," "sede vacante," the conclave and the papal With Spangler was B. J. coronation of Pope Paul VI besides Vatican stamps of the ecumenical council, Balsano (Ben) Lenoue, C L U, Seattle Peace Prize and the new coronation issue. These rare documents may be obtained for BMA branch manager. Both $1 from Rev. Stephen Szeman, archidocesan director, Society for the Propagation of the are members of St. Joseph's Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. The Archdiocesan office receives 50 cents from Parish. - every $I purchase. Ly dS "gC Fafher ons Aboar ea-goln ollege A priest who will serve ,her Lyons is chaplain for the Probably the crowning relig- religion in actual practice," as chaplain aboard a "sea-going college" said in New York that the as- signment isn't "hard to take" but it will involve " a lot of hard work." The Rev. Daniel Lyons, S.J., son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lyons of Seat- t 1 e, Washing- ton, said this shortly before he left New York harbor on an eight- month world cruise on the University o f the Seven FR. LYONS Seas, actual- ly the M.S. Seven Seas, which will be a "campus" for about 350 students and 35 profes- sors. On leave from Gonzaga Uni- versity, Spokane, Wash., Fa- Holy Rosary Mission Ahead 70 Catholic students aboard. He also will teach advanced speech and instruct the stu- dents in the backgrounds of areas they will visit. Father Lyons will work close- ly with a Protestant chaplain aboard the liner in setting up various programs aimed at acquainting students with their responsibilities as representa- tives of the United States when visiting in foreign coun- tries. The ship will make its first call at Lisbon and continue through Europe with a stop at Rome. It will arrive in San Francisco in February, and a few days later will leave for another circle of the world, re- turning to New York June 9. Father Lyons said he hopes to arrange tours to various Catholic shrines. "The first will be a visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima in Portugal," he said, 58 to Receive 1st Communion At the 8 a.m. Mass Sunday, Nov. 3, 58 children of Our Lady of Fatima Parish will receive their First Holy Communion, according to Rev. Emery J. ious experience for the Catho- lics will be an audience with Pope Paul VI in the Vatican November 10. "All the students, regardless of their religious belief, have been invited to attend the au- dience. I'm sure all will wel- come such a great opportun- ity," the Jesuit priest said. Father Lyons, who spent four years studying in Europe before his ordination 12 years ago, said he also will give in- structions in Catholicism dur- ing the cruise. "First I will instruct the students on what the Catholic Church represents in a cer- iain country or area and then we can go ashore and see the he explained. "The way I look on this sea-going college is as a great move toward showing what can be accomplished when baekgrounding and travel are combined," he said. "It will be a lot of work, but I must admit it's a pretty good assignment." Dr. E. Ray Nichols, Jr. ex- ecutive director, said the Uni- versity of the Seven Seas is a nonprofit educational insti- tution incorporated under California state laws and has qualified to grant and issue college degrees and tran- scripts under the regulations of the California Department of Education. Desirez Vous un Dinner Great? Sister says, "USE THE MARYKNOLL MISSAL" The only missal in the American idiom. Zipper binding of processed leather, stamped in gold with amber stained edges. Round ,' corners. 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TRY OUR PRIME RIB (Superb') VISIT  h]l', ) tion of a strong Christian home is just as important a factor Andress, Mark Bishop, Bonnie or our in the future of the Church in Oceania as right here in our Kay Braley, Kim Buty, Ray STEAK BORDELAISE (Magnifique!) --/restaurants own land. Brown, K a t h I e e n Byrnes, "-" all town Michael John Carl, Lloyd Car- COCKTAILS 1N THE Q min, Carol C on roy, Janet CHEZ PAREE ROOM Congratulations to schools of the Archdiocese that take FATHER FATHER Craig, Denise DeLangis, Chris- v-vx -Y I, ,, v, ? ,, such an active part in the Holy Childhood program by ransom, KREUZER LUCID  The Rev. Luke Kreuzer, S. Also, Steven E 1 g i n, Jane UMI I U.  _ _.--- ;ND Hgn:;:l i babies. The following schools are on the "Annals" tine DiJulio, Jennifer Dowd. |r I I a r I I r/ 11 ACRES CLAMS J., and Rev. Philip Lucid, EItiot, Toni Foss, Mary Immaculate Conception, Everett ........................ 60 babies S.J., of the Jesuit Mission Geraghty, Judy HaCkinen, Mel- 1245-4th So. MAin 3-3140 CLAoDtGGER Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle ....................... ,... 38 babies Band, will conduct mission e.x- ante Hall, Deborah Harris, O ) ercises at Holy Rosary Church Chad Henderson, Leigh Haft, t l ....   , Our Lady of Lourdbs, Seattle ....... . ................. 20 babies during the weeks of November Karl Hoover, Mary Pat Hugh- mmrmnnmJltHIH"HI"mImm"t""I"t= St. Benedict's, Seattle .................................... 1 baby 3 and 10, according to Rev. es, Ann Intlekofer, Thomas EVERY TH'RSDAY NO nu li UNPARALLELED Cathedral School, Seattle ........ , .... ...................... 1 baby William a. Po00er, pastor. Kearney, Mary Beth Klinkam, "" ! FOR GOOD FOOD Individual: " The first week, November ' " " 11:30 UNT L 20 CLOCK I D e b r a Krmtxansen, Patrxck I ' Mrs. John D. Fletcher .........  .......................... 1baby 3-10, will be for women and Lien, Patrick Looney. -- ......... I lar's (RIIBRPPL high school girls of the parish. Patrick Lorang, James Lutz, IFll'lsiiltt e ,  & ATMOSPHERE s,,b,...,.i,,,.,.,,,,... Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Sessions for men will be during Mark Marion, Peggy Master- LICKIN' Mw  m  St 4-6344 Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the the second week. son, Colin McDonell, Timothy CHICKEN  B FOOT O' MADISON STREET Chor,ool Broiler nte'a .... t Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. Weekday Masses during the McHugh, Robert McNamara-, tta,an Meatball, and Lasaqne i PIER 54 Cocktails Nighty ) mission will be at 6:15, 7 and Virginia Menstell, Tina Mar- &arllc Ilread, Salad, Hors D'Oouvro| I Bellevue Shopping Center 8 a.m. daily and 11 a.m. daily gan, Shawn N e w e l 1, Roger Visit Our Retriever Room | --"-"-----"-----"-"-' except Saturday. 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