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December 7, 1962

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Fridey, Dec. 7. 1%2 THE PRQ@RESS 3 x f::::f : Official ...................... Insertion Of Name Of St. Joseph ....... !:::. In Canon Of Mass In a decree issued November 13, 1962, the Sa- cred Congregation of Rites prescribed the inclusion of the name of St. Joseph in the Canon of the Mass, beginning Saturday, December 8, Feast of the Im- maculate Concepti.on. The portion of the decree which establishes the place in the Canon where the name of St. Joseph will appear reads as follows: "Quapropter haec S. RITUUM CONGREGA- TIO, voluntatem Summi Pontificis prosecu- ta, decernit ut infra Actionem post verba: "Communicantes... Domini nostri Iesu Christi," haec addantur: "sed et beati Ioseph eiusdem Virginis Sponsi" et deinde prose- quatur: "et beatorum Apostolorum ac Mar- tyrum tuorum . . ." (Wherefore this Sacred Congregation of Rites, following the wish of the Supreme Pontiff, decrees that in the Commemoration of the Saints, after the words: "In commu- nion with and venerating the memory of the glorious and ever Virgin Mary, Mother of our God and Lord, Jesus Christ," these words are added: "and also of Blessed Jo- seph, Spouse of the same Virgi," and the prayer continues: "and of thy blessed Apos- tles and Martyrs..." The Sacred Congregation of Rites further states that from now on the name of St. Joseph is also to be included in the Masses of special feasts and of certain seasons which have their own proper "Com- muncantes." Many Roman Pontiffs in our times have sought occasion to honor the humble foster father of the Son of God, particularly Pope Plus IX, who, on De- cember 8, 1870, acceding to the wishes expressed by the Fathers of the First Vatican Council, designated St. Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. Our present Holy Father, Pope John XXIII, showed his esteem and love for St. Joseph by placiaag the Second Vatican Council under his heavenly pat- ronage. Then His Holiness acted in his own name to include St. Joseph along with his Immaculate Spouse in the Commemoration of the Saints, even while the Council Fathers were deliberating the question. Catholics everywhere have rejoiced at the honor  Pope John XXIII has given to the Heavenly Patron, r| St. Joseph. The inclusion of his name in the Canon of the Mass beside that of the Mother of God cannot but increase the devotion of all to the Holy Family. Vigil of the Feast of The Immaculate Conception Friday, December 7, the Vigil of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception is a day of fast and com- plete abstinence for all. Legion of Decency Pledge The Reverend Pastors and Chaplains of institu- tions are hereby notified that the pledge of the Legion of Decency will be renewed in all parishes, missions and chapels on Sunday, December 9, 1962. A short instruction should precede the renewal of the pledge. The form of the pledge to be read is published here- with: 1N THE NAME OF THE FATHER, AND OF THE SON AND OF THE HOLY GHOST. AMEN. I CONDEMN indecent and immoral motion pic- tures, and those which glorify crime or criminals. I PROMISE to do all that I can to strengthen public opinion against the production of indecent and immoral films, and to unite with all who protest against them. I ACKNOWLEDGE my obligation to form a right conscience about pictures that are dangerous to my moral life. As a member of the Legion of Decency, I pledge myself to remain away from them. I promise, further, to stay away altogether from places of amusement which show them as a matter of policy. Episcopal Functions and Appointments All requests for episcopal functions and appoint- ments, that is, confirmations, commencements, dedi- cations, jubilees, etc., in churches, institutions and for lay organizations during the period of JANUARY- JUNE, 1963, should be made in writing to The Chan- cery, 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4, on or before January 1. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Arclvbishop. December 7, 1962. MONICA CLAIRE PRATT, the twelfth 4hild of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pratt of Kingston, was baptized November 4 in St. Peter Church, Suquamish, by Rev. Maximillian P. Murray, pastor. The above picture was taken at Thanks- giving when Charles Pratt Jr., presently a freshman at St. Edward Seminary , was able to be home. The Pratt family Murray include (front row, from left) Geraldine, Frederick, Judith, Willia,n, Louis and Seraphine. (Middle row, from left) Rose, the godmother, holding Monica, and Mary. (Back row, from left) Douglas, the godfather, Mrs. Pratt, Father Murray, Mr. Pratt and Charles Jr. KINGSTON -- "They are a very faithful fam- ily," R e v. Maximillian Murray, pastor of St. Peter Church, Suquamish, said in speaking of the Charles Pratts of Kingston. The twelfth Pratt baby was born October 22 in Harrison Hospital, Bremerton, and the baptism took place November 4 at St. Peter&apos;s with Father Murray baptizing young Mon- Baptizes ica Claire in place of the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly who is in Rome. Archbishop Connolly inaugu- rated the custom of baptizing the twelfth child in Catholic families of the Archdiocese in 1956 and since that time over 50 twelfth children have been baptized by the Archbishop. Monica is num' r 59. The Pratts live in a nice home in Kingston built by Mr. Readership Survey Attracts Varied, Constructive Comment Pratt Baby ray to comment on "a very faithful family." Grandma, in the person of Mrs. Frederick Campbell, Mrs. Pratt's mother, teaches Con- fraternity classes. Mrs. Camp- bell's husband is a recent con- vert to Catholicism. Two of the boys are altar boys and serve faithfully every Sunday. The two oldest girls, Rose and Mary, are members of the parish choir. The Progress reader- ship survey by the Se- attle UnLversity School of Commerce and Fi- nance, published in the November 9 edition has re- ceived varied and constructive comment by readers and busi- nessmen. One typographical er- ror occurred in the copy prep- aration. Clarification of sources and method has also been re- quested by some Seattle staffs'- ticians. A typographical error was committed in a chart showing the income pattern of Progress reader families. Progress sur- vey data were unintentionally compared with data collected by the Seattle Daily Times. This chart should have related the Progress data to figures on family income published by the "United States Census of Popu- lation 1960, General Social and Economic Characteristics for Washington." The analysis method of com- paring the Progress family data with those collected by other statistical organizations is subiect to statistical error in varmus degrees. The Progress data were collected from west- ern Washington, whereas the Seattle Times data were col- lected from the greater Seattle area and from the general pop- ulation rather than a subscriber list. On the basis of time of collection, area coverage and the type of population sur- veyed, the data of the two newspapers cannot reliably be related or significantly com- pared with each other. The S e a t t I e University re- search staff wishes to acknowl- edge three sources that were studied and used for compara- tive purposes. These are con- sidered basic studies for studying t h e socio - economic characteristics of western Washington population in gen- eral and the buying habits of persons in the greater Seattle metropolitan area. These are the "U.S. Census o[ Popula- tion; Washington General So- cial and Economic Characteris- ,ice for 1960; U.S. Census of Housing 1960, Washington," and "The Seattle Times Consumer Analysis, 14th 1961 Annual An- alysis." The Catholic Northwest Prog- ress Readership Survey pub- lished November 9, 1962, is an addition to the basic data sources on populations for western Washington. Reprints are available from the Editor. St. Martin's Male Chorus Prepares Concert THE WELL-KNOWN St. Martin College Male Chorus from "Carousel" and "West Side Story" as well as the folk (above) will appear Sunday, Dec. 9, at Assumption Parish song, "Land Lord Fill the Flowing Bowl"; "Paddy" and hall, E. 62nd and 33rd N.E. at 8 p.m. Admission is 50 cents. "Danny Boy," popular Irish songs, and "When the Saints The chorus specializes in musical variety shows, offering Go Marching In." The chorus will be sponsored by the music for all tastes and ages. The 30 men, under the direc- Altar Society of Assumption. tion of Rev. Eugene Keilenbenz, O.S.B., will sing selections Pratt, who is a carpenter. The children attend North Kitsap High School and Wolfe Grade School between Port Gamble and Kingston. Every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday Mr. Pratt, a non- Catholic, or the oldest son, Douglas. drives various Pratt children the seven miles to St. Peter's for CCD classes. It is this devotion to their faith that caused Father Mur- Religious Painting Preview not only the whole family will enjoy," said Mrs. Raymond L. Hartford, "but also the pas- tors, church builders, archi- tects, interior decorators and others wanting a revival of such religious art with new di- rections and new life capable of inspiring reverence in our homes and places of wor- ship." Honorary patrons f o r t h e preview are Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux, S.J., Mayor Gordon S, Clinton and Mrs. Clinton, Canadian consul-general Ken- neth J. Burbridge and Mrs. Burbridge, Dr. and Mrs. Rich- ard E. Fuller, Rev. Dr. Lem- uel Petersen and Mrs. Peter- sen, Rev. Neketas Palassis and Mrs. Palassis, Mrs. Joseph J. Michael and Mrs. Carl J. Cola- surdo. For Your Christmas Feast... A preview of the Seat- tle University Art League's t h i r d annual Exhibition of Religious Paint- ing and Sculpture by artists residing in Washington State will be held in the Student Un- ion Building lounge Tuesday, December 11, at 8 p.m. The exhibition, which has drawn 200 entries, will be open to the public Wednesday, Dec. 12. Exhibition hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Dec. 12 to 14, Dec. 15, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 16, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. The jury will select the ex- hibiting artist and the award winners. Members of the jury are Nikolas J. Damascus, Rich- ard C. Kirsten and William J. Hixson. More than 65 artists will be placed. "The exhibition is one that Ernie Hanis Treat Your Family and Friends To the Very Best! There is still time to ship one of our famous Fruit Cakes to that particular friend! We have the largest assortment o/ fine baked /oods to be jound anywhere! --You'll Be Glad You Came to Bon Ton Open Daily 9 to 9. Saturday 'ill 7 AURORA VILLAGE Shopping Center Just before Edmonds cut-off Li 6-2323 UNIVERSITY VILLAGE Shopping Cen'er LA 2-8575 Friends Of St. Peter Claver Schedule Sale Everyone is cordially in- ................................................................. vited to enjoy themselves at the second annual Christmas :::::+::::::::::::.>:::::::::::::::::: .............................. Festival tomorrow. Dec. 8, at the St Peter Claver Inter- racial Center. The Festival, sponsored by the Friends of St. Peter Clav- er, aids the Sisters of Charity of Providence in their work with the under-privileged, Women of the group have worked for weeks on the sub- jects of art dolls, toys, decor items, Christmas decoration and candy to be sold. The sale will last from noon until every- thing is purchased. Soup, sandwiches, s a I a d s, coffee and soft drinks will be available. The St. Peter Claver Center is located at 17th and Jeffer- son near Providence Hospital. 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