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10--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. 9, 1962 i i ,.them,..m0n DID 90U xnouI? HAT laymen total less than one-half of one per centmor 307of the American Catholics serving the missions overseas? The other 991/ per centmor 6,687--are priests, Brothers and Sisters. This averages out to ap- proximately one missioner for every 6,000 U.S. Catholics. Ireland also has 7,000 missioners, an average of one for every 457 Irish Catholics. ... that there are more than 413,000 Masses celebrated daily throughout the world, a rate of nearly five new Masses beginning every second. There is a :total of 150 million Masses celebrated every year! But there is still a severe shortage of priests. It is estimated that 10,000 ordinations are needed annually in order to "stay even." Only 5,000 new priests are now ordained each year in the world. ... that the major seminary of Amiens, France, is closing due to the alarming lack of vocations. In 1900 there were 900 diocesan priests but now, with an increased population, there are Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4NMA. 2-8880 only 359 priests. This situation appears to be general all over Europe. During the five-year period between 1957 and 1961, the number of diocesan priests decreased, though only slightly, from 169,288 to 169,033--but the total Catholic population increased by 11 million. ... that the Mormons have 200 lay teachers in Uruguay alone, while United States Catholics have little more than 300 lay mis- sionaries throughout the world? ... that the State University of Gadjah-Mada, Indonesia, has added courses on Catholicism, Protestantism and Islamism. All have university recognition! ... that census figures show a 28 per cent increase in the number of missionaries in Pakistan and some 8,000 Moslem can- verts to Christianity? This is contrasted to figures from 1881, which reported 50200 Christians in India, lut none of them con- verts from Islam, ,.. that Japan has one of the highest vocation rates in the Church? And this in a country where Catholics number less than one-half of one per cent of the population! Latest figures for native vocations are: One Cardinal; 13 Bishops; 455 priests; 395 Brothers and 3,804 Sisters; 890 seminaries, many novices in the men&apos;s religious orders and 1,696 novices among the Sisters. There are now 287,943 Catholics, an increase of more than 10,000 in one year. ... that Christian population is growing only one-third as rapidly as world population? The greatest increase is taking place in Asia, which Christianity has barely touched. Honor Roll HOLY CHILDHOOD Congratulations to the schools of the Archdiocese that take such an active part in the Holy Childhood Program by ransoming pagan babies. The following schools are on the October "Annals" honor roll: Law Fraternity Nun___s Cited Fo__r Excellenc______e Open Houses Honors Judge Third Honor Named Texan To Mark Lindberg For Teacher 'Composer Parish Jubilee TACOMA -- An open house CINCINNATI, Nov. 7 (NC)-- A teenage eirl in neat blue uni- form boards a school bus. She carries school books in one hand. The other hand may be managing a turtle swimming in a water jar, or a rotted, fungus- covered tree li:nb, or a live toad in a ventilated paper bag. When that happens, it's 6-2- and-even the young lady is headed straight for Sister Mary Joseph's biology class at Moth- er of Mercy High School here. And it's small wonder that the Sistel- of Mercy has been singled out for the third time in four years as an outstand- ing teacher of biology. This year the honor came from the National Association of Biology Teachers, which de- clared Sister Mary Joseph easily qualified as one of Ohio's top three science teachers." Last year the Ohio Junior Acad- emy of science titled her "south- western Ohio's outstanding sci- ence teacher." Honorary membership in the Phi Alpha Delta Law Frater- nity was recently conferred on Chief Judge William J. Lindberg of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington. The St. Patrick par- ishioner was presented the citation by Chief Judge Alfred P. Murrah of the U. S. Court of Ap- peals for the Teaath Circuit in Oklahoma City. Judge JUDGE Murrah is LINDBERG the fraternity's national presi- dent. Assisting were two other laymen, active in the frater- nity. They were Joseph A. Hol- leman, Northwest district jus- tice, and Joseph Zimmerman Jr., president of the University of Washington chapter. Judge Lindberg, a U.S. Dis- trial judge since 1951 was cited Of Year' SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Nov. 7 (NC) -- Sister Mary Elaine, professor of music at Our Lady of the Lake College here, has been named "Texas Composer of the Year" by the Texas Music Teachers Association. An entire program of Sister Elaine's published compost- lions will be featured at the 1963 association convention to be held in San Antonio next June. Sister will be honored as "Texas Composer of the Year" at that time. Sister Elaine's compositions include piano solos, choral numbers, original organ ac- companiments for Gregorian Masses, and numerous songs, including a graded songbook, "We Speak Through Music," for use in training speech defective children. She has had works published by nearly every major music publisher in America. will be held on two Sundays in November, the 18th and 25th, In commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Sacred Heart Church in No- vember, 1912. The Rev. James V. Hamilton is pastor. The Rev. Edward Norris is assis- tant pastor. Open house will be from 2 1o 4 p.m. Small groups, under lhe direction f a member of the parish, will be shown the church and school. Used Desks Available EVERETT--There are 450 used desks available free for anyone interested at Im- maculate Conception Parish school, according to Very Rev. John G. Mattie, pastor. Renovation i s underway and the used desks are being replaced. Father Mattie asks anyone interested in obtain- ing the desks to call him, AL 2-9723, or write him, 2509 Hoyt Ave., Everett. Shop at KAUFER'S Open Monday Evenincjs Til 9 CHRISTMAS CARDS Persona.zcd ;,bums now Keep .l. on display. Also a large ao,tmnt of boc ,a,d Choir-if: T are now out for the con- vcnen, e of the e,'ly hop- iI'Z 9OUl ' pars. Remember, we tarry only the finest Religious Cb.Ri--t Christmas Cards. CHRISTMAS CRIBS The most complete selection of fine Christmas Crib sets and stables that we have ever carried. You must see these I sets to appreciate their beauty. Priced so that very family [ can afford one, 1.50 to 125.00 per set. o I Use our ChrZln/as Lar-Away p/dn. A ,mall dua will hold any ailic/e unld ChrLrlmaJ. The o. I CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE I Established 1904 I The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store SEATTLE: 1904 Fourth Avenue, MAin 2-4173 TACOMA: 744 groadwm/, MArket 7-2702 Stores Also in Spokane and Portland by Judge Murrah as "one of 9O/ i i __R I  1 _ the truly great judges of this - country." The recipient is a graduate ,   of both Gonzaga and George- II IlL Iall I IbAi  town Universities and taught lawat Gonzaga before becom- ateing inSeCretary1933, of the State Sen- ,  lie Twins Needed rhr;st-"as,....,,  your GufDE TO DELICIOUS FOOpND COURTEOUS SEVlCE For Seal Campaign N A "mixed-doubles party" for sets of boy-girl twins wishing to compete for official mascots for this year s Christmas Seal T  -' g; '" !i R t campaign will be held Monday afternoon, Nov. 12, at 3:30 at " V the headquarters of the Anti. Tuberculosis League, Arcade ly! Building, Seattle. Parents of twins between 7 -'1 iK/LUiIIU/4LL -- -'----- CLAM DIGGER  MUKILTEO... By the Sea... 1 x ,k_/ and I0 years of age are asked ACRES OF CLAMS ' , to call the League MA 2-1563,  a-  AND 1 ..fj' if they would like their young- /--"*--*^**'-*  - t sters to attend the party and official judging. The twins muStheMrs.frOmAndrewKing CountY.Hess, chairman, UNP;;ALELED -# genic and have the poise neces- SERVED 12 TO 9 Me sary for appearances on radio .... FOR GOOD FOOD Special Plates for Children ............  ., " .  and television. Featuring Also g A/MUbt'tIKI: . "% American Doctor OCEAN FRESH SEAFOODS FOO o' MAOlSON SR,, ' " YOUR GLIIDE TO DELICIOUS FOOD AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Will :Serve U.S. Aaton., Clams and 'he finest.Lobster you have ever amen. PIER 54 Delicious Prime Rib Prelates In Rome ROCHESTER, Minn., Nov. 7 (NC)--An American doctor is now on hand in Rome during the ecumenical council for the Cocktails Choice Broiled Steaks Live Music Nightly I ;'CAPTAIN'S TABLE SMORGASBORD" I .......... every Wed. 6 to I0 p.m. benefit of U.S. Bishops and other U.S. Churchmen attend- Immaculate Conception, Mount Vernon--4 babies. ing the council. St. George, Seattle--3 babies. He is Dr. Pasquale J. Pal- OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK St. Mary Magdalen, Everett--1 baby. umbo, a third-year fellow in Hi-Way 99 North to FA. 6-4883 medicine at the world-famed . Mayo Clinic here. Mukilteo Siga AMPLE FREE PARKING In Rome Dr. Palumbo is Cut out this celumn, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to residing at the Salvator Mundi Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the International Hospital, where he. Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry, Seattle 4, Washingtofl. has consultant status. 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