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5-CCatholic Northwest Progress December 14, 1962 THE HOLY FATHER imparts his blessing to United States cardinals, archbishops and bishops during a papal Audience November 17. Among the cardinals (right front row) are (from left) Cardinals Joseph E. Ritter of St. Louis, Albert Meyer of Chicago, James Francis Mclntyre of Los Angeles, Francis Spellman of New York and Amleto Cicognani, former U.S. Apostolic Dele- gate and now Papal Secretary of State. THIS VIEW of the "Observers' Box" shows Russian and Greek Orthodox and Protestant rep- resentatives in the foreground. archbishop tHrns "star" reporter (Continued from Page 4C) of which the secular press wouldn't deem exciting news, but which for Archdiocesan Catholics was fascinating read- ing. Early in November, the Archbishop reported the Holy Father's plans "to enable this great lumbering giant of a coun- cil to make some definite prog- ress in the remaining weeks of this session." The Pope granted to the council presidents the fac- ulty of bringing to a close the discussion of a given chapter when the matter had been suf- ficiently examined. The insertion of St. Joseph's name into the canon of the Mass immediately following the Bless- ed Virgin Mary was noted by Archbishop Connolly as he wrote: "The insertion will go into effect on December 8. This decree was announced during the 18th general congregation'-of the Ecumenical Council so that it might be a matter of record that the Second Vatican Council so honored its patrons. The an- nouncement was greeted with a warm round of applause . . . And as one episcopal wag has already put it, "The family that prays together should stay to- gether." Thanksgiving was celebrated by the bishops at their hotel with what they hoped to be true tur- key and trimmings. The Ameri- can ambassador also hosted a reception for the American visitors. Father Sullivan was especially honored by being named to the list of experts assisting the work of the council and Catholics here were proud to know one of theirs had received such an honor. (Continued on Page 6) THE EASTERN RITE Cath- olics are represented in the ecumenical council by their bishops, including "these two Maronite prelates. THESE TWO African pre- lates, strolling in the Piazza of St. Peter's, are among 61 Negro bishops now headifig dioceses in Africa in attendance at the Second Vatican Council. The Liquid Coating Inc. Manufacturer of Thunderbird Paint Wholesale and Retail 2305 Hwy. 99 PR 6-1818 Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year BECK'S FUNERAL HOME 24-Hour Ambulance Service PR 8-1234 405 - Sth South EDMONDS THE FATHERS of the Council assist at Mass during a council session. Circle points out the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle. To the right of the photograph by Felici of Rome are the cardinals. A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR McGINESS PHARMACY 423 Main St. Edmonds PR. 8-2223 EDMONDS FLOWER "Flowers Wired Anywhere" Jack M. Beal. Owner 403 Main St. Edmonds SHOP PR. 8,1311