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December 11, 1964

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IO--THE PROGRESS Friday, Dec. 11, 1964 ,,+on Peru Moves Ahead It is very encouraging from time to time to see that real progress is being made in various areas of the Church. Take, for example, the renewal that has taken place in Lima, Peru. The Church attendance and the reception of the sacraments have so sharply increased that even the newspapers have called attention to the fact. Juan Cardinal Landazuri Ricketts, O.F.M. attributed this rise to five particular reasons. First, he said, 53 new parishes have been established in Lima in the last nine years, providing increased spiritual care for Catholics. Second, the prestige o| the church has improved. The people in general have a new imago of the Church, due to increased activity in the social and cultural fields, and the impact of the Church&apos;s charitable activity, especially in the slum areas, has not gone unnoticed. The third, according to the Cardinal, is the improved argent- Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--MA, 2-8880 ration of the Lima Archdiocese itself. He pointed out that just recently the Archdiocese had effective planning that matched the realistic situation. Fourth, he said, the fruits of the Archdiocesan synod held in in 1959 are just now coming to bear fruit. The fifth cause was the influx of missionary personnel, es- pecially from the U.S. and Canada. During the last four years the number of priests has gone up 22 per cent, and the number of sisters 30 per cent, due almost entirely to personnel coming from abroad. This almost seems to bear out the fact that if the Church continues such activity and receives more help from the Church in ether countries, the spiritual life of the people will continue to grow in this country and take its rightful place. We should constantly remember these intentions in our pray- ers every day. Although Lima, Peru, is thousands of miles away, it still is our concern. ! Ideal Christmas Gift DURING this Christmas season, you can share in the events that have taken place the past year at the Vatican Brother Hugh i McBreen O.S.B. Invested Dec. 7 OLYMPIA -- Brother Hugh (Michael) McBreen, O.S.B., was invested as a Benedictine nov- ice at St. Martin's Abbey De- cember 7. Celebrating the Mass and in- vesting Brother Hugh was Rt. Rev. Raphael Heider, O.S.B., Abbott of St. Martin's. Assist- ants at the Mass were Rev. Kenneth Keller, O.S.B., and Rev. Cirrus Bradley, O.S.B. Archpriest was Ray. Nicholas Rausch, O.S.B., Brother Direc. tar. After graduating from Shadle Park High School in Spokane, Brother Hugh came to St. Mar- tin's this past Spring in order to make a six-months postulancy before beginning the Novitiate. i Pupils Receive Club Charters Two more schools of the Archdiocese, St. Ann's, Ta- coma and Holy Rosary, Seat- tle, have received official char- ters from the Commission on American Citizenship in Wash- ington D.C., formally recogniz- ing affiliation of the local units with the national organization at Catholio University of America. Officers of St. Ann's School are James Loveless, president, Mary Fuchs, Marianne Sim- onsen, Jerome Kellogg and Laura Chandler. St. Michael's Civics Club of Holy Rosary, Seattle, officers include Michael Braseth, presi- dent, Ed Nokes, John Kings- ley and Larry Jarvis. Sister Rosann is advisor. Theme of this year's program is "Politics Is Your Business," as developed in the Young Catholic Messenger. 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First day cover of the pilgrimage of Pope Paul VI to the Holy Land, the Comas CDA To Pieta stamp on the New York World's Fair cover, the open- ing of the third session of Vatican II and now the pilgrim- Hold Food Sale age of Pope Paul VI to India. Send your Christmas sacrifices CAMAS -- Catholic Daughters of $5 to the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 of America will hold a food Terry Ave., Seattle 98104, and these four beautiful covers sale December 12 at Sears'. CHRISTMAS DAY DINNER will be mailed to you in time for giving as presents to stamp ,. The committee reports that lovers me oazaar ane coIzee hour oz g November 29 was well attended. ...... Robert Young of Washougal SERVED 12 to 9 P.M. (Jut out ltlls column, pin your sacrifice to it ann mail it So High School and solomt w,th "SPECIAL PLATES FOR CHILDRrEN" ' rl Rer. Stephen Sem.,n, Archdiocesan Director of the Society lot the Portland Symphony, and thePropagation ol theFaith, 907TerryAve., $eattle98104. five students presented a must- e.j ,,_ = _ col program at a recent meet- in . Th t ifts for girls of the Chris- ! BB S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES tie Home Marvlhurst, Ore-on, I . 3,th =rid., TACOMA GR. 4-9409 were prared'at the meeting. Mukilie.-By-The-Sea i e I ; LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA Hostesses were Mrs. C. H. Ensworth, Mrs. D. ] Jendro i. ,, NEW AND USED APPLIANCES " and Miss Barbara Jansen. FOcRARLESERV6A.::N S ( i m VISIT OUR UNUSUAL 0ckeYuen Cafe :..o.. ,oo. ,o. ill/i/ I ....... II Chinese & American , I mow.. A, Oo.s;o.s II Dishes ,, BROADWAY MUSICAL, "Annie Get Your Grab" will be DINNER DANCING  I .................... 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