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Official I New Hall a Concree Dedicaed Ember Days Pastors and others concerned are asked to re- ( mind the faithful Sunday, December 13, that Wednes- day, Friday and Saturday, December 16, 18 and 19, are Ember Days. Wednesday and Saturday are days of fast and partial abstinence, i.e., meat may be taken at the principal meal; Friday is a day of fast and com- plete abstinence. Christmas-An Annual Reminder T h e d a y s immediately preceding Christmas should be a time of quiet contemplation and reflec- tion on the great Mystery of the Incarnation. Under  no circumstances should they be days of unseemly and boisterous rejoicing. Those of the household of the Faith should not be unmindful of the fact that Wednesday, Friday and SaturdAy, December 16, 18 and 19 are Ember Days; they should not participate in office parties or other types of worldly revelry that are frequently lacking in decency and Christian decorum and often the occasion of grave temptation, [ sin and scandal. As the Holy Season of Advent draws to a close, we should intensify our preparation for the spiritual celebration of the Feast of the Nativity. It is the an- niversary of the Birth of Jesus Christ, The God-man, the Saviour of the world. This simple but tremendous truth with all its supernatural implications alone gives point and purpose to all the gaiety, the excitement, the gift-giving and the rejoicing. We shall miss the true spirit of Christmas unless we are properly dis- posed to celebrate it as loyal, faithful followers of the ( Divine Babe of Bethlehem. Christmas Vigil-Fast And Abstinence In recent years the Holy See has provided Friday, Dec. l I, 1964 THE PROGRESS--3 Tribute of Flowers Marks Our Lady Feast ROME (NC) -- This city turned out in myriad colors for the traditional tribute of flowers to Mary on the feast of the Immaculate Conception. Centering around the obelisk in front of the Spanish em- bassy in the Piazza di Spagna, the celebration began early in the morning December 8 and climaxed with the official tributes at noon. The piazza is one of the favorite tourist haunts of Rome. Following tradition, a group of Rome firemen, accom- panied by their commander and a guard of honor, began the day's events by climbing the eight-story pillar almost to the top to lay wreaths at the foot of the statue. Parishioners from the nearby parish Church of St. Andrea della Fratte joined the hundreds of Roman workers, disabled children and other groups to offer more than 25.000 carnations to the Madonna at the foot of the pillar. Two of the disabled THE MOST Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop left) are Rev. Thomas C. McEnnis, Seattle; Rev. Brendan children prayed there in the name of all their companions in of Seattle, places a crucifix on the predominating stone wall Gallagher, pastor of the mission; Rev. Edmond Long, and the city's schools for the disabled. of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine Hall and Social Rev. Stephen Szeman, both of Seattle; and Rev. Peter J. Other groups represented were the Association of Center of St. Catherine's Mission Parish in dedication cere- Halpin, S.J., Port Townsend. Servers include Murray Webb, Italian Christian Workers, including the street cleaners an- monies Sunday in Concrete. Members of the clergy (from Brad Bolinger and Mike and Pat Matlock. ion, the National Organization for Religious and Moral Assistance to Workers, and the Pontifical Relief Organ. g'!;*:''::: C ization, as well as doctors, nurses and hospital admini- -iiiii*:iii:.!:.;:ii:::i::ii:,:.i ::i!::iii ii!ii-'.iiiiiiiiiii:,i'ii !i:.i. :" - "' :' ................. " L i+v Gi Taking part in the officia, ceremony were Luigi Cardinal iii:::ii!ii!ii .... .'  ve Traglia, Pro-Vicar General of Rome; Mayor Amerigo Pe- / trucci; leaders of Italian Catholic Action, and diocesan and A s s I s + a n c e municipal officials. , CONCRETE--St. Cath- 257 Attend Vigils In Two Cities erine's M i s s i o n Parish Two hundred and fifty seven faithful men are keeping the here has a brand-new and laymen attended nocturnal rig- vigil month after month. beautiful Confraternity of Chris- ils at beth St. James Cathedral The new year about to be. and St. Patrick Church, Ta- gin has been suggested as an tian Doctrine Hall and Social coma, for the first Saturday ideal starting time for putting Center. in December. an important resolution into ef- The dedication of the new The coincidence of identical feet -- "attend the nocturnal building was performed Sunday numbers in attendance points vigils on the eve of first Sat- Catholics who are bound to fast and abstain with the !! by the Most Reverend Thomas up the probability that the same urdays." A. Connolly, Archbishop of We- option of fulfilling these obligations with reference attic, in the presence of city to the Vigil of Christmas on either the 23rd or the and visiting dignitaries and 24th of December. Accordingly, you may choose proud friends and parishioners. either December 23rd or 24th to observe the Vigil, THIS IS the newly-dedicated St. Catherine's Mission Parish CCD Hall and Social Center They have reason to be proud. a day of fast and complete abstinence, in Concrete. The stone and wood building, costing approximately $40,000, was built begin. Although the contractor's as- " Ev _ ning last August with much of the material and labor lonated by friends and parishioners, timate for construction was "vacation No eninq Mass Supported by laminated and steel beams with native cedar shake roof, the building is 45 by 85 feet and houses six classrooms, kitchen, restrooms, study and social hall. The new $55,000, the net cost to the mis- The privilege of celebrating Holy Mass in the building is located some 300 feet from the mission church. Ample parking space has been sion was cut to approximately evening on Holy Days of Obligation and other days provided. $35,000 to $40,000. throughout theyear excludes Christmas and New G dl B Ob inHawaii to-r Year's Day. U| a upe Feasf To e serve .. labor was donated by Epi p I F ti d M o u N T VERNON-- Father Moreno will also in 1531 on Tepeyac Hill, now friends and parishener," said sco a unc ons an The Feasts of Our Lady conduct a two-day tridium in part of Mexico City. The fa- Rev. Brendan Gallagher, pew- " Appointments o, Guadalupe will have the parish church, hath Sat-incus mantle, bearing roses tor. 8 0 a day? special observances for Span- urday and Sunday at 1:30 and a miraculously painted life- Father Gallagher was cele- lab-speaking people in this p.m. size figure of the Blessed All requests for episcopal functions and appoint- area. A special Mass will also be Mother,- has been enshrined brant of the dedication Mass, meats, that is, confirmations, commencements, dedi- An evening Mass will be said celebrated at i2:15 p.m. Sun- and preserved in the Basilica ' presided by the Archbishop. cations, jubilees, etc., in churches, institutions and at6o'clock Saturday, Dec. 12, day with Father Moreno giving of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Breakfast followed the Mass Whoso for lay organizations during the period of JANUARY- in Immaculate Conception the sermon, which has a long history as a for guests and parishioners. JUNE, 1965, should be made in writing to the Chart- Church here. During the four days con- center of devotion and pilgrim. Sharing the head table with cery, 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4, on or before Celebrant will be Rev. Ben fessions will be heard in Span- age in Mexico. the Archbishop and F a t h r January 1. C. Moreno, S.J., a tertian from ish and the Jesuit priest will The feast day is on Decem- Gallagher were at. Ray. THE CHANCERY Port Townsend. be availableforconsultation, ber l2. Msgr. JohnC. Mattie, Everett; uy-na"nream A Mexican dinner will be The menu of Mexican foods Rev. Arthur Rafferty, Port .i,- By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop served after Mass. is being prepared by ladies Sacred Heart Townsend; Rev. Peter 3. Hal. 'December 11, 1984 :: of the parish, including Mrs. pin, S.,T., Port Townsend; Rex,. " Ladies Aid os Gareia, Mrs. Vomingo Mass Honors Edmond Long, Rev. Thornu Ozuna, Mrs. Morris Hernan. McEnnis, Rev. $ohn P. Doher-is that? De:nfisf's Decision Is For Mississippi dez, Mrs. Porferia Almanza, Ouadalupe Day tyand R.. Stephen Szeman, all of Seattle; Rev. Chester G. Fal- il nigh Mrs. Jesus Guillen, who plan A special Mass in honor of by, vicar of the Episcopal Service on SS Hope Civ tists to serve over ]50 guests. Our Lady under her title Pa-Church in the upper valley; The dinner will be in the troness of the Americas will Rev. Samuel Adams, pastor of A new inter-racial committee Parish School, 15th and E. be celebrated Saturday, Dec. 12 the Presbyterian Church; Con- (L The decision for a man project because it was a "good, of 10 women has set a goal of Division Sts. Mrs. Gilbert Bry- at 9:15 a.m. at Sacred Heart crete Mayor Martin Sparg. raising $1,000 before Christmas nildsen has been appointed by Church, 2nd Avenue North and County Commissioner Claude \\;F. home direct way of contributing my to leave ...... family, ' ental" " " tumors' ' as well'! as"Ameri- for support of civil-rights ac- Rev. Patrick K. O'Brien, paw' John Street. Wilson, State Senator and Mrs. practice and commlmens tivities in Mississippi. T h e tar, as the coordinator of the The Mass will commemorate Lowell Paterson; and Martin ........ can goodwill to other people of women represent no one church dinner, the !43rd anniversary of Our Pressentin, toastmaster. Is maeea a naro one to maze. the world" .But if the man sees in his An associate clinical prates- or organization but have been choice neither money nor per- sot in the University of Wash- drawn together from several This is the third year this Lady s appearance at the Villa Also at the head table were sonal glory but assistance to ington's School of Dentistry, the Bellevue and Mercer Island dinner and tridium have been of Guadalupe in Mexico and her Felix CampaneHa, neuron, the his fellow man, then his decis- Centralia native said: groups, held. The increase of perma- proclaiming herself "Mother of architect, Andy Cremarty, the ion is a virtuous sacrifice. "There is quite a lot of ae- The group is sponsoring a neat Spanish-speaking residents all Americans." building superintendent; Fred Dr. Howard S. (Sam) Ander- flee. And certainly tliere is Christmas dance, Friday eve- has made it a popular event. The day is of especial inter- Martin, who gave a bd him. (ton, 40, has made this type of leaving my family and prec- ning, Dee. II, in St. Louise Representatives are expected eat to Spanish speaking people tory of the Church in the up Fdecision. This Friday he leaves riflee involved for it means Parish Hall in Bellevue. Tick- to attend from Lynden, Belling- (Latin Americans, Filipinos per Skagit Yallj, end their his wife, seven children, his remuneration." eta are $2 a person. Proceeds h a m, Anacortes, Stanwood, and others of Spanish speaking wives. home in Christ the King Parish, Dr. Anderson attended Can- will be used to send a truck Burlington, Bow, Edison, La- regions or descent) in this area, his dental practice in Ballard tralia schools, was graduated load of clothing and books Cannot and Sedro Woolley. whoand OfhonorintereStourtOLadyall AmericanSas prin- PaulAmngBianchiniServers presentand Denniswere to be a member for two months from Centralia High in 1942 and and a cash donation to the Father Moreno, a Mexiean cipal patroness of their coun- Brown, both of Concrete; and Pan Am's. It's a, six night dream on the staff of SS. Hope. enrolled at Centralia Junior Council of Federated Organi- citizen, attended grade school try under the title of Our Lady Steve Hamel, Brad Bolinger, The hospital ship, made fa- College before entering UofW. rations (COFO). and high school in San Diego, of Guadalupo. Mike and Pat Matlock and Mur- called a Pan Am Holiday in Hawaii. One incus by the People-to-People He received his dental doctor- Co-chairmen for the dance Calif., before entering the Confessions in Spanish will be ray Webb, all of Sedro Wool- price ($58) covers everything: your stay at project, is waiting for him in ate from the UofW in 1961. are Mrs. John Sheppard of St. Mexican Jesuit Province, at heard from 8 to 9 a.m. Satur- ley. Guinea on the west coast of He is married to the former Louise Parish, and Mrs. Alvin Mexico City. where he trained day at church. Confessions in The mission parish is at- one of eight Waikiki Beach hotels, your  Africa. Patricia Walsh of Seattle. They Reid, Mercer Island. for 11 years. Spanish at other times may be tached to Immaculate Heart of choice of several daytime and evening events have seven children, Christine, Other members of the com- Recently Father has been arranged at the rectory. Mary Parish, Sedro Wcolley. Dr. Anderson will be among 12, seventh grade; Camille, 11, mittee are Mesdames Tom J. working with the Indians in --a Pearl Harbor Cruise, a Polynesian Water Seattle doctors on that two- sixth grade; William, 9, fourth Burro, R. H. Davenport, A.J. the Mexican Sierras in the ' ' Ballet, excursions to Diamond Head, Koko month tour of duty. The other grade; Mark, 7, second grade: Carlson, Patrick Farmer, War- State of Cl,ihuahua. RELIGIOUS CHRISTMAS GIFTS Head, a luau, a beach serenade, to name just two are Dr. Hans Lehman, in- David, 6, first grade, all attend- ran Holland, Ormond C. Nu- The apparition of Our Lady ternist; and Dr. Paul Johnson, SHOP BY MAIL! FREE CATALOG ing Christ the King School; gent, Donald Winter and Es- of Guadalupe to a 55-year-old Nam .. .......... ................... a few. Limousines to and from the airporh surgeon .Dr. Lehman inspired Stephen, 3; and Lisa, 2. telle Wertheimer. Indian, Juan Diego, took place ................. Dr. Anderson about SS. Hope (See photo of Christine An- Street ................................................ tOO! Swim, bask, sight-see, for after serving aboard her two derson, among EYe Talent  i O th ................................................. 00u..y a.d , years ago. Show winners, Page Eight.) , n, to ver row KAUFER'S {Established 1904) this--including your round-trip Pan Am Jet The three doctors will teach The family home is at 10205 1904-4H Sttle 1, Wmhlngton their medical and dental conn- 8elgrove Ct. N.W. V' R ; economy fare from Seattle/Tacoma--for just terparts in Guinea, Sierra Leone Dr. Anderson when time per- , and Ivory Coast. They will also mits is active in the Serra Club, mese es, me $280. As little as $28 down gets you on your do clinical work. , Confraternity of Christian Doc- For a Carefree Christmas-- Family Style way. And that's just one of scores of Pan Am Dr. Anderson decided on this trine and other parish activities. (Continued From Page 1) vember to the mountain resort Join N B of C Christmas Club] If you are one of the minister of education, Bui Tu- town of Dalat northeast of Sal- fortunate who joined last year you already know Holidays . . . anywhere in the world. See Ly'a Retreat Schedule Huan,ThienWereMinh,Closetedthe benzewith Khanh,gon wherewho headedLt' Gen.the govern-Nguyen how much more fm Christmas is when it doesn't your Pan Am Travel Agent or call Pan Am commissioner for youth, meat up to the end of October throw your budget out of gear. Plum now to enjoy at MAin 4-2121 in Seattle or FUlton 3-1586 The political demonstrations and is now commander-in-chief  next ChNstmas free from conemn about gift The Pallisades Visitation Re+rear that on November 22 to 25 start- of the armed forces, was stay- I// money or )aauary bills.., start a Christmas in Tacoma. But mail the coupon first. December 12, I December 18, 19, 20 ed obviously, despite official ing. According to a well in- |ll   Club account for every member of the faro- Closed retreat for senior and St. Patrick, Seattle denials issued later, from the formed source Thich Tam Chau //' ity. Next year, have the brightest holiday .......... junior high school boys, span- St. Ann, Tacoma Buddhist headquarters here. and Gen. Kanh have met pri- I\\;\$* season everl It's so easyl JUSt ask anFone at sored by CCD. Thich Tam Chau made formal rarely within recent days. .722.CNP statements attacking the gay- It was Gen. Kenh who told  your neare NBofC office. Pan American Airways 1320 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, Washington Cursillo Schedule eminent and demanding its dos- this correspondent in a press NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE solution, conference on September g M.mWHW,,Im Please send me, without obligation, further Information on Last October ]0, however, he that he felt "sure that the Pan Am Holidays in Hawaii. Yelm, Deeember 17-20 -- Men. and his "Institute for the Exe- venerable among the Rudd- I am also interested In information on other Pan Am Holidays in .Seattle, January 14-17- Men. cution of the Dharma" de- hists will never interfere in O Vancouver, January 28-31 -- Men clared: the affairs of state." Seattle,February 11-14 -- Men. "The Unified Vietnamese Boozes and layfolk who keep ' Yelm, February 18-21 -- Men , Buddhist 'Church' has never to the traditional ways of Name Seattle, Mareh 11-14 --Men. encouraged Buddhist organiza- Buddhist detachment and com- Yelm, March 18.21,- Women tions to indulge in violence or passion are distressed by the Address , Phone .... participate in activities of pc- unorthodox elements that have Seattle, April 8-11--Men. litical groups, but has always appeared in Buddhist life in Seattle, April 29 to May 2 -- Women. insisted on non-violence and pc- South Vietnam. cty State- .lp Cods Seattle, May 28-1 -- Men. tience, leaving problems up to Boozes in politics cause Seattle, June 17-20 -- Men. the government to resolve ..... worry to devout Buddhists. The .,Ikl Seattle, July 8-11 -- Women. Bud d h i s t organizations are political trend taken by the ban. O '- asked to avoid using the zes causes worry to many y01bet0ltlulAm ? Ultreyas (Reunion Meetings) Church's name for local polit- more,, inside Vietnam and out- Blessed Sacrament- Second Thursday, $ p.m. ical ,movements or making the side it. W0100{00 most experienced airlille Palisades Retreat House--First Tuesday 8 p.m. Church's headquarters avail- It's not just the overthrow of able for political meetings or- the government by a booze-led marowmca m,wumwaa St. Bernadette's Parish -- Fourth Tuesday, 8 p.m. ganized, by these movements campaign that may bring dis- mroNms mouNawoam St. Margaret Mary, Yeim -- Second Sunday, 2 p.m. aster. It's the kind of govern- (Application forms for attendance at Cursillo may be obtained " Tlich Tam Chau and other meat these particular boozes L==. from Cursillo Secretariat, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104.) boozes went at the end of No- want to impose.  .............. ...:.,., .. ............ ...- .- ........ :':'::' :'. ...... "'.:. : "', i ..... , ................................