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Mass Structure Revision Holy See's Next Step By Rev. Frederick McManus (NCWC News)

. One more step toward the limA-awaited use of English in the l\IaRs has been taken with the decrees enacted by the United States. Bjshops on April 2·, just now made public. Con­ firmed by the Holy See on May 1, this legislation permits English most of the pa,rts of Mass which are said or sung aloud and also throughout the prayers and texts of the sacrament and sacramentaIs.

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Only one more step remains­ the publication and distribution of official altar missals and rituals containing the transla­ tions approved for public use by the body of American Bisoops. When the time schedule for publication is known, the body of Bishops will be able to set the actual date for liturgical use of English througliout the United States. Turn to Page Twenty-Four

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The Bishops of the United the country. States have decreed the ex­ It is expected that missals for use by the priest at the altar tensive use of English in the will be ready by the Fall. The Mass in order to promote the English texts fur use by the Church's avowed goal of leading faithful will be made available all the people to "that full, con­ to them on cards, leaflets and scious, and active participation missal inserts. in liturgical celebrations which Revised missals for use by • * * is their right and duty." the faithful in general will prob­ English is expected to come ably not be published until the into use throughout the country Holy.See's Commission for im­ plementing the Ecumenical at a date to be established by Council's Constitution on the the episcopate, presumably be­ fore the end of tbis year. Sacred Liturgy finishes a revi­ The Bishops' decisions, adopted sion of .the Mass structure. t:~::::.," t::.:.~ '.:~. ;:~~:~::-);tm!1~~[;>t:~:::]t:;:;:·::;;;:,;:::rd at a full meeting of the Ameri-

can Hierarchy in Washington last April 2, have now been con­ firmed by the Holy See. They consist of two separa·te dcrees, one spelling out the parts of the liturgy that are to becom·e En­ glish, the other certifying the various English texts to be used. Confirmation was given by the new commission for imple­ menting the Ecumenical Coun­ cil's Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy in a document signed by its chairman, Giaromo Cardinal Lercaro of Bologna, and dated Turn to Page Twenty-Five

Silver Jubilee for Three Priests

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Fall River, Moss., Thursday, May 21, 1964

Vol. 8, No. 21 ©

1964 Th'e Anchor

PRICE lOe $4.00 per Year

Catholic Charities Appeal Total at $635,311 Mark

Fort y e'ght per cent of th e parIS . h es m . th e D'lOcese Three Diocesan priests, orI lwve passed last year's total in contributions to the Catholic dained in St. Mary's CatheCharitie::; App'eal," Larry Newman, chairman, announced dral by the late Most Rev. thiH morning. "These 52 honor roll parishes will be joined James E. Cassidy, D.D., third b~T mHny more before the .-.-. ••••••••••••••••••• ea • • • • • • a.a we. weekend." Mr. New man • added. "The grand total is now $6nS,311.50 and with

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returns from the parishes still eoming in, the total is gr:>wing every hour of the day." Headquarters of the Catholic Charities Appeal has notified all pafltors that returns must be made by tomorrow night in

order that credit might be given to thp. individual parishes. Holy Name parish, Fall River, is now the leader. with a total of $20,602.50. Following the ~'aJl River. parish are; St. Lawrenl'c, New BE'dford; St. John, Attle­ boro; 81. Mary, No. Attleboro;

and St. Francis Xavier, Hyannis. Fn~l'Jo;EN

LEADING PARISHES

Holy Na,ne, Fan HiveI' $20,602.50 St. Lawrence, New Bedford 20,597.55 St. John, Attleboro 16,287.00 St. Mary, Nortr Attleboro 14,361.50 St. Fruncis Xavier, HY;1l1 11 is 13,893.00 St..Junted, New Be-dTOI'd 13,143.25 St. Joseph, New Bedford 11,320.04 Mt. Carmel, New Bedford 10,949.1D Turn to Page Four

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OTHER OFFERTORY PRAYERS: Including "Orate, fratres," and Secret prayer: Latin.

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KYRIE: English (priest and people aherna­ ting)-Lord have mercy ••• II GLORIA: English (priest and people gether)-"Glory to God in the highest.

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Mount Carmel parish, Seekonk; Rev. William A. Galvin, chaplain of the Catholic Memorial Home, Fall River; and Rev. John G. Carroll, administrator of St. John the Baptist parish, Central Village. Father Murphy, son of the late Michael J. and Mary A. (Sars­ field) Murphy, was born in Fall River on Aug. 26, 1913. Gl'adu­ Turn to Page Ten

Retreat for Deaf Begins Tonight At St. William The firRt· retreat for the deaf sponsored by the Fall River Diocese will begin at 7 :30 tonight at St. William's Church, Fall River. It will con­ tinue at the same time tomorrow

and Saturday night and con­ clude with a noon Mass Sunday, . followed by a luncheon fo.r all participants. Conducting the retreat simul­ taneously in sign language and by voice will be Rev. David Walsh, C.S.S.R., of the Detroit Archdiocese, who travels throughout the country conduct­ ing services for the deaf and hard of hearing. In charge of arrangements at St. William's is Rev. James A. McCarthy, direc­ tor of the Diocesan Apostolate to the Deaf. Father McCarthy expects about 100 to attend the unique retreat, includinl: guesta from outside bhe Diocese.


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THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Thurs. May 21,1964

Bible Vigil Ends In-Service Course On Religion

Inter-Faith Dialogue Hears Anchor Writer as Speaker

Over 500 Sisters and 137 teachers in the DiocesaB eehool system climaxed a ~ar-Iong in-service religiOJl

The Spring meeting of the New Bedford District Conference of the Methodist Church was held at the Wareham Town Hall on Sunday, May 17. Discussions on Christian Unity brought together a Methodist pastor, a Baptist layman and a Catholic priest. self on ..... . t ures an dill. usvue S CrlP A s part o~ the day:long p~o- trated his lecture with hymns gram, varIOUS semmars dIS- in use in the Protestant churches. cussed problems facing the Father FoIster spoke of the im-

course with an hour and • q-qarter Bible Vigil service at SaOl'ed Hearts Academy, FaD. River. For many it was their fil'llt participation in a vigil, recommended in the new liturgical diChurrh's effective work. One of plications of the Second Vati~ves as a prime means of these concerned itself with can Council on .Christian Unity. deepening awareness of the life "Inter-Faith Dialogue." It was Not Human Work oi. the Church. m?derated by the Rev. ~ames Mr. Paul' Chapman pointed "They were very imprpssed,· WIlson Knorr, Pastor, Mlddle- out that it is not the work .of said Rev. Edmund T. DehmeY9 boro, and the speakers were Mr. various churches or' co:.mcils to curnte at Holy Name Chur~ Paul Chapman, Director of build a Christian trnity. Rather Fall River, and one of the inPackard-Manse, Stoughton, and it is their work to reveai to all structors in the religion course. the Rev. John R. FoIster Assistmen the unity that God estabMany of the Sisters, he sai~ ant, St. Anthony, New Bedford lished in the 'chureh from tlle wished to plan similar pro!?aJDll and member of The Anchor bel:(inning. for their own schools. Staff. "Our response to this great Pentecost Vigil Mr. Paul Ohapman based him- gift of God has been unfaithfulThe service, held on the vi~ ness," stated Mr. Chapman. In of Pentecost, had as a theme the a brief review of similar cirworkin~ of the Holy Snirit 1ft cumstances in the history of the Christian life. It consi~ed of The following films are to be Old Testament, he dwelt on tlle three parts, each incluilinl:( a terrible effects of such "a beadded to the lists in their reBible readin~. a hymn, a homily trayal of ChJ;'ist's plan." spective classification: and a meditation perion. Vatican Council Unobjectionable lor General The readin~s were given 1,,Patronage-Flipuer's New AdIn his address, Father FoIster Father Delaney, Rev. JOM venture. pointed to the great contribution FoIster and Rev. Peter Graziana, Unobjectionable for Adults of Pope John and the Vatican also instructors in 1Jhe r"lip,ion. and Adolescents - Train 349 Council in this search for a real course. The hymns, previously From Berlin. Christian Unity. "The primary distributed to the Sistprs for TWO ALARM FIRE AT JESUS and MARY CONVENT Unobjectionable lor Adults- purpose of the Vatican Council practice, were by 1!he entire conPanic Button. is not Christian Unity," he gre~ation and homilies were deUnobjectionable lor Adults. pointed out. "Pope John's chief livered by Rev. Jamf'S A. With Reservation - The Cool concern was to put the house O'Donohoe, St. John's SeminaI'3/'9 World (This movie, a dramatized in order so that when other Bril!hton. documentary of the Harlem Ohristian groups came to visit, The first reading was from the ghetto, portrays the intimate' talk and hold dialogue, they Book 01 Leviticus, followed b1' life of an adolescent boy who would only find an unimpeded The convent and school of the Jesus and Mary Aea- a discussion of "Pentecost - A 4!Omes to a tragic end. In depiet- aid toward a fuller, more effecCovenant Feast" by Fat h er ing the plight of her hero, the tive and more perfect union de,my, 133 St. Joseph Street, Fall River, struck by lightning O'Donohoe. The second part of film-maker has used such stark witlh Christ and His own intenTuesday night at 9 o'clock, drove out the 45 sisters the vhdl be~an with a readinl realism in language and situa- tions." of the Religious of Jesus and Mary. The heavy cross of from Acts and a homily on "Wbe tions that the film cannot be Father FoIster praised 1he the towHr on the building Is the Holy Spirit?" The final indiscriminately recommended. grea·t contribition of Methodist erected in 1880 was left that was struck, 43 sisters evacu- part be~an with a readinf! froM ated the burning building, while . Condemned - The Christine Bishop Fred Corson and Prof. Gospel of John and Father leaning against the burnt two elderly bed-ridden sisten 1he Keeler Affair (This film is an Albert Outler to the ecumenical O'Donohoe's last topic was "The unscrupulous and completely spirit of the American bishops' out roof when the two alarm were carried out in chairs. Christian's Life in the Hol)- . ':Dhe sisters were quartered ~' fire was brought under controL irresponsible exploitation of a and Council· itself. . Spirit." the night at St. Joseph's 'Or-' 4!Ontemporary sex scandal deAlthough only 10 nuns live Renewal of baptismal vows 1,,After a brief sketch of tthe void of any redeeming social Draft on Ecumenism before the in the sedion' of the building phange, N{)tre Dame Rectory, aU present and the eelebratiOll and the C i v iii a n Defense" 'Value). of Benediction climaxed the Council, Father FoIster prequarters in Notre Dame School. Condemned - Image of Love eerviee. sented some of the Council T.he sisters returned to their (Purporting to be the history of. Fathers' suggestions and recomTear-Long Pl'Ogram FltIDAY -- Ember Friday After convent last night, but classes the changing image of love mendations for a f.ruitful dia.The Bible Vigil grew ·naturaD.r :PentecO!:t. I Class. Red. Mass in the Academy are cancelled through the ages, this film com- logue oward a fuller Christian frqm 1he year's religion cour~ :Proper; Gloria; Sequence; until further notice. bines aceepted classical art and Unity. said Father Delaney. A scripICreed; Preface, etc. of PenteThe Religious of Jesus and pornography in such a way that lrost. T.he audience was permitted to Mary came to Notre Dame Parish ture survey course, ..stressbi, it frequently becomes an obask any questions of either memSATURDAY - Ember Saturday in 1877 at the invitation of Rev: ' flie unity of everytbin,f! taught. scure display of sex. Moreover, bers of the panel. It was pointed After Pentecost. I Class. Red. Pierre Bedard, the pastor. They as part of salvation history," _ the treatment given to Christian out that the primary obstaele Mass Pr(>per; Gloria; Sequence: staff the Notre· Dame 'Parochial pr(lvided grammar so'hool tea<$teaching on love is not only laCreed; Preface, etc. of Pente- School as well as the J esull &Uld eril with background for teachin. mentably inadequate but also at to Unity at present is possibly the the "Our Life with God" religioa pride that exists in each group. I~Ost. M'<lry Academy. times offensive). texts, which embody the keryttThe layman's r9le.in the .Mass '1'he Celebrant may omit the Condemned - Weekend (Al- was scrutiniZed as was the normatic approach to catechetie. :~nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th lessons though an effort at a serious mal Catholic's use of the Bible. and which have been newly iD'With their versicles and portrayal of the emptiness of a troduced to the Diocesan systeM. MAY 23 . Mr. Ohapman described Packprayers appointed for this day. segment of Danish middle-class ardManse as a Protestant-Catho'l'he in-service religion cour. Rev. William F. Donahue, 1944, ~rhe first lesson and the society, this film, in treatment, lic endeavor to bring about li:pistle, however, must be Assistant, St. Francis Xavier, nm concurrently with a cou~ exploits sexual perversity. some- meaningful dialogue between the to methods of teaching the new Hyannil!. lIaid. times to the POUDt of pornogra- various communities that call matlhematics. Both were held .. MAY 24 S'C'NDAY--The Most Holy Trinphy). Rev. James F. Clark, 190'1, the FaU River academy under themselves Christian. "It is i.ty. I Ch.ss. White. Mass PropFounder, St. James, New B~';' direction of Rev. Patrick o'Nei]\ Catholic-Protestant in operation, l~r; Gloria; Creed; Preface of D.i 0 c e san Superintendent ~ ford. and members of both beliefs are Trinity. FORTY HOURS Schools. MAY 25 members of the staff and the MONDAY - St. Greg9ry VII, Tentative plans for the ned Rev. James V. Mendes, '1961, board of directonJ." Pope and Confessor. III Class. DEVOTION 'White. Mass Proper; Gloria: AdministratOr, Our Lady' of aeademic year call for a SatlWday morning religion course b May 24-5t. Matthew, Fall Second Collect St. Urban I, Angels, Fall River. high school teachers. It wi. River. Pope and Martyr,.' no Creed: mess the Old Testament ancl St. Kilian, New Bedford. Common Preface. Chor-Bishop Joseph Eid, paswin be designed to aid presentallay 31~st. Theresa's ConTUESDAY St. Philip Neri, tor of St. Anthony of the Desert METZ (NC) - Pope Paul VI . vent, Fall River. Confessor. III Class. White. has granted a special dispensa- tion of a book to be introducetl Ohurch, Fall River,. announces Corpus Christi, SandMass Proper; Gloria; Second tion for the ordination tomor- fOr high school freshmen, "J~ that the Sacred Congregation of wich. Collect S1:. Eleutherius, Pope row at the major seminary here Christ, Lord of the Ages." Rites has under study the beati.June 7-St. .Joseph, Taunnnd Martyr; no Creed; Com- in France of Valentin Schwaller, fication 'cause of Father Sharbel, ton mon Preface. the Hermit of Lebanon. Chorwho was paralyzed 10 years ago Holy Name, Fall River WI~DNESDAY St. Bede the by an aceident and will be' able Bishop Eid, United States viceSacred Heart, North AtVenerab:le, Confessor and Doc-' to offer Mass only from a wheel postulator ot Father Sharbel's Inc. tleboro tor of be Church. III Class. chair. . . cause and biographer of the .June 14--SS. Peter and Paul, MOVERS White. Mass Proper; Gloria; saintly hermit,' has hopes the Fall River Second Collect St. John I, SERVING beatification process will be LaSalette Shrine, AttlePope and Martyr; no Creed: concluded this year. Fan River, New Bedford boro . Common Preface. Cape Cod Area St. Mary, Mansfield TErURSDA Y-Corpus Christi. I Just Across The Agent Our Lady of Purgatory, Class. White. Mass Proper: Coggeshall St. Bridge New:Bedford Gloria; Sequence; Creed; :May 24--2:00 P.M., St. Paul, AERO MAYFLOWER Common Preface. In the Mass Finest Variety Taunton; Our' Lady of Lourdes, . . TRANSIT CO. INC. which is followed by, the ProTHE ""CHOI Wellfleet. SEAFOOD Second Clas. postage Pilei at Fall __ (!ession, the Celebrant sings, Nation_ide Move" 4:00 P.M., Sacred Heart, TaunMass. 'Publlsbecl every Thursday at 410 Served Anywhere - ,Also Benedicsmus Domino, and the ton; St. Peter PI;ovincetown. WYmoll 3-0904 t~~1: p~:;u:, itt~1I D~:~ ~~allb~lv~ Last Blessing and Last Gospel 7:30 P.M., St. Anthony, TaunSTEAKS-CHOPS-CHICKEN ., 304 I(fMPTOM ST., Maw BfDFOID SubscrlptlOll "Ice .., ,.tpalll .... ton; ~oly Redeemer, Chatham. artlomitted•

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Prevost Alumni Plan Events The Holy Name Society and 1Ile Msgr. Prevost High School Alumni Association will hold a joint family communion break­ last following 8:15 Mass Sunday IIlOrning, June 7 at. Notre Dame f'hurch, Fall RIver. Mayor Roland Desmarais of Fall River will be principal speaker at the breakfast, to be held at White's l'eStaurant. Rev. Adrien Bernier, Jlotre Dame curate, wi'll also be 11I1 honored guest. Scholarships will be awarded h eighth grade graduates of .sgr. Prevost Gl'ammar School. Tickets are available from members of the alumni and Holy .ame Society, and guests are weleorne. 'file alumni also plan their seventh annual reunion for 6:30 Saturday night, May 23 at White's res tau ran t. To be bonored Is the class of 1944. Andre Plante and Albert E. Mer­ aer are in charge of arrange­ ments.

Bay State Native Heads Stonehill Rev. John T. Corr, C.S.C., na­ five of Roslindale, is the new President of Stonehill College. He succeeds Very Rev. Richard H. Sullivan, C.S.C., who has been appointed Provincial of the Eastern Province of .the Congre­ gation of Holy Cross. Father ~rr, who has served as Regis­ trar and Dean of Admissions at Stonehill since 1961, will assume his new duties June 1. Father Corr, who attended Mission High School and was a member of the Holy Name par­ IBb in West Roxbury, is the son ef Mrs. Josephine Doody Corr Of 52 Fletcher Street, Roslindale and the late John T. Corr Sr., well-known Boston insurance man. A sister, Margaret F. Corr, til deputy finance officer at the Boston Army Base. Another sis­ ter is Mrs. Thomas Lapsley of Rockland, Mass. Father Corr studied for the priesthood at Our Lady of Holy Ccoss Seminary in North Easton end at Holy Cross College, Wash­ ington and he holds both IIIldergraduate and graduate de­ l!ll'ees from the University of Notre Dame. He was ordained by Bishop Edward F. Ryan in Burlington, Vt., in March 1950. "or two periods between 1952 and 1959, he was a member of iIbe faculty at King's College, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., where he was 11I1 instructor in Economics. Be­ _een teaching assignments at Xing's College, Father Corr Iel'ved four years with both the Family Rosary at Albany and Gte Family Theater in Holly­ wood, nationally-knowll institu­ twns conducted by the Congre­ ption of Holy Cross.

Pope Paul VI Establishes New Commission To Deal With Non-Christians VATICAN CITY (NC) - Pope Paul VI chose the feast of Pentecost to announce to the world that he has decided to set up a secretariat for non-Christians somewhat simi­ lia to that established by Pope John XXIII to deal with relations between Roman Catho­ lics and other Christians. Pope Paul's revelation came almost at the end of a lengthy sermon on the significance . '11he Pope asked tlhe seminar­ of the catholicity of the ians present {f it was not the Church. He was speaking in desire to spread the Gospel, to be missionaries, whioh led 1!hem St. Peter's before 20 cardi­ nals, more than 6,000 seminar­ ians studying in Rome, and thou­ sands of other pilgrims. Among 1Ihe cardinals pre sen t were Lauri'an Cardinal Rugambwa of Bukoba, Tang·anyika, and Stefan Ca'1'dinal Wyszynski of Warsaw. The Pope announced 1!hat the head of the new secretariat was to be Paolo Cardinal Marella ­ "the cardinal archpriest of this basilica (St. Peter's), who in ad­ dition to the wisdom and virtue which make him dear to and venerated by the Roman Church, has a rare competence in the field of religious ethnography." Cardinal Marella, 69, is a veteran papal diplomat who served as Apostolic Delegate to Japan for 15 years and became an expert on Shinto. He has also headed papal missions in Aus­ tralia and France, and served from 1924 to 1933 at the Apos­ tol~c Delegation in Washington. He was in the spotlight in April willen he went to New York as papal legate for the opening of 1Ihe Vatican pavilion at the world's fuir. The Pope Holy Father stated~ "If the Catholic name is truly f!here forever, every selfishness Is overcome, every class differ­ ence is mised to fuU social soli­ darity, every nationalism iii merged in the good of the world community, every :&>rm of mcism is condemned, every form of totalitarianism is revealed in its inihumanity. The small heart goes to pieces, or mther iIt ac­ quires an unknown oopacity fO!" expansion." As proof of 1Jhis he cited tIhe :fIact Vhat "innumerable peoples, W!hOle continents, are still out­ side the Christian evangelization. The greater part of mankind has not yet received the message of' Pentecost. The world is J1()t yet calholic." Pope Paul ill his address went

Education Is Basis Of Rights Issue MIAMI (NC) - The issue 01. equal rights for all persons Is basically a question of educa­ tion, the Bishop of Miami told delegates to the sixth annual convention of the Miami Dioc­ esan Council of Catholic WOIn­ CD here. Bishop Coleman F. Carroll SPOke to more than 600 wonien during the one-day assembly. 'DIe women voted to support wholeheartedly the Miami Dioc­ esan CoUncil on Human Rela­ tions in its recommendation for total elimination of discrimina­ ttcm and segregation in South Florida communities.

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Rodolphe Cantin, Fall River, ill general chairman of the Ma. sachusetts State Convention ot. the Catholic Order of Foresters, to be held the weekend of .Tune Z6 3lt the New Bedford Hotel Atding him will be Paul H. La­ DlOllItagne, Fan River; Edward .T. Martin, Swansea; and Ernest P. Menard, New Bedtford. Nor­ mand H. Boule, Fall River, has been named master of cere­ monies at a banquet to be heW

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on to say that by his taking these steps, "no pilgrim, how­ ever far geographically or reli­ giously may be the country from wihich he comes, will any longer be wholly a foreigner in this Rome which is still f.aithful to­ day to the historic role which tlhe Catholic fuith assigns to it - that of he 'patria communis' (common futherland)."

to become candidates for priest­ hood. He answered for them saying: "Missionary dynamism stems from the potenttal but still not effective catholicity of the Church, it stems from the in­ vesti·ture of Pentecost given to the little Church to become universal. From the apostolicity of 1Jhe Church springs its voca­ tion to catholicity. The mission­ ary !'eceives on ibis shoulders the mandate of an apostle which urges him rorw>ard along paths which will make 1!he world catholic." It was at this point that 1lhe Pope made ilis announcement of the new secretari·at. The idea of such a secretariat :for non­ Christian was suggested in Aprfl of 1963 by Bishop Antoine Thi­ jssen, S.V.D., of Larantuka, Indonesia. It won the prompt seconding of Thomas Cardinal· Tien, S.V.D., Apostolic Admin­ istrntor of the Taipei archdiocese in Formosa. In a letter addressed to Eugene Cardinal Tissemnt, Dean of the College of Cardinal, last Sept. 15, Pope Paul indicated 1lhat he was considering establishing such an organization. In bis discourse, the Pope re­ vealed nothing further than that 1I1e secretariat is being estab­ lished and that Oardinal Marella will bead it. NQ further details were immediately for1!hcoming from other OhU'l'oh sou{'Ces.

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Council Urges Discrimination End

MIAMI (NC) - The Miami Diocesan Council on Human Re­ lations has called on public of­ ficials to work toward total elimination of discrimination ·and segregation in all southern Florida communities. The council, created in March by Bishop Coleman F. Carroll of Miami, issued a statement in which civic and religious leaders were reminded "they cannot in good conscience sign petitions, endorselegislation or support or­ ganizations that deny to others full and equal opportunities to enjoy their GOO-given rights and endowments." The council members urged support for civil rights legisla­ tion On a national and local level for programs promoting freedlOm of housing, employ­ ment, education, job training, and public and welfare accom­ modations.

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Name Newark Priest To Federal Board NEWARK (NC)-A priest 01. 1he Newark archdiocese has been appointed to the Presi­ dent's Advisory Board for the recently established Department Of Handicapped Children and Youth in the U. S. Office of Education. Father John P. Hourihan is director of the Mount Carmel Guild speech and hearing diag­ nostic center here and chairman of Seton Hall University's'spe­ cial education department. He will advise the U. S. department OIl educational prpgrams for the mentally retarded and physical­ q handicapped.

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Parish Totals

FALl" RIVER

St. Mary $ 9,898.00 Blessed Sacrament 2,015.00 Espirito Santo 1,651.00 Holy Cross 1,017.00 Holy Name 20.602.50 Notre Dame 4,717.00 Our Lady of Angels C,003.50 (1)ur Lady of Health 2,440.00 Holy Rosary , 3,010.00 Immaculate Conception 5,872.20.. Sacred Heart 10.025.;)0 St. Anne 3.640.00 St. Anthony of Desert 1,320.00 St. Anthony of Padua 1,549.85 St. Elizabeth 797.00 S1. John the Baptist 3.378.00 S1. Joseph 5,465.50 S1. Louis 3,354.00 S1. Matthew 2,173.00 St. :VIichael 5,041: .85 st. Patrick 7,452.55 SS. Peter & Paul 5,922.25 S1. Roch 2,557.50 St. Stanislaus 1,940.50 S1. William 4,595.50 Santo Christo 4,635.00

NORTH ATTLEBORO

Sacred Heart 4,379.00 St. Mary 14,361.50 TAUNTON Holy Family 3,347.00 Holy Rosary 2,029.00 Immaculate Conception 4,898.80 O. L. of Lourdes 2,892.05 Sacred Heart 5,388.00 St. Anthony 4,324.00 St. Jacques 3,334.00 St. Joseph 5,481.00 St. Mary 10.007.00 St. Paul 5,787.50 TOWNS

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Fall River $1.500 George M. MLJntle $1000 Mooney & Co. Inc. James F. Mooney Jr. Carita,; Guild F. L. Collins & Sons Inc. Gl'imcnd Farms 'A Friend Fall River Trust Co. $600 Fall River Gas Works $500 Gerald F. McNally Construct­ ion Co. $320 Anderson-Little Co. ·Inc. $300 Fall River Savings Bank White's Family Dining Room & White Spa Caterers $250 Donnelly Painting Co.

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Missionary Work 1963 Expenditure Tops $24 Million VATICAN CITY (NC) --. More than $24 million were distributed by the Congrega­ tion for the Propagation of

NURSES MEET: At annual Spring meeting of Fall River Diocesan Council of Catholic Nurses, from left, Rev. Normand Vaillancourt, M.S., speaker; Miss Katherine Nash, charter member; Bishop. Connolly; Mrs. Michael F. Fitz­ gerald, Fall River, retiring president.

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THE AI\.'rl-l,",o_n:"'cese of Foil River-Thurs. May 21,1964

Irresistible FOlee

Church Interest

Vernacular

In Civil Rights

The use of the vernacular in the Liturgy, proposed by the Bishops of the United States and approved by the Holy See, is not expected to work miracles. But it will be an invitation to all the faithful to enter more fully :nto the Church's worship of God, a worship that also sanctifies them and deepens their knowledge of the "wonderful works of God." Hearing the various texts of the Mass in their own language, in the language that their other activities are carried on in, should make people aware that the worship of God is not a compartmentalized or formalized activity but is part and parcel of their everyday lives. The Word of God is life-giving and now the faithful will hear the Word of God· in so many instances proclaimed to them directly. Of course, there will be placed upon the celebrant of the Mass the duty of speaking the texts with all the clarity and reverence and dignity that he can com­ mand. And the need of modern amplifying systems cannot be neglected. The introduction of the vernacular into the Mass is a result of the deliberations of the Vatican Council. Approved by the Bishops and the Pope, it is, then, a work of the Holy Spirit and all must pray to the Spirit to inspire them with the graces to put into effect what the Fathers of the Council have decided. Change is sometimes startling and upsetting. But change, as brought about by the Holy Spirit, is life-giving and should be received with joy.

Is Moral

ST. LOUIS (NC)-A top Catholic civil rights spokes­ man said here that the pres­ sure being exerted by

Vital Role The decision by the authorities of Brown University

to assist in so many ways the largely-Negro Tougaloo Col­ lege in Mississippi is an instance of academic responsibility and involvement in the serious issues of the nation at the very highest and most laudable level. The work of bringing about social justice for the Negroes of the United States is a work of education and a work of personal involvement. It means educating the white citizens in the realization that the Negroes are their brothers before God and their equals under the law. It means giving Negroes all the educational advantages that for too many de~ades have been denied to them. The results desired cannot be brought about by an Emancipation Proclamation or a Supreme c'ourt decision. These tell what is right morally and legally. But all the re­ 8Ources, individual and collective, of the community must in all sincerity devote themselves to the bringing about in the United States of the color-blindness that will make all citizens, white and Negro, respect one another as individuals and as members of the same country. It is good to see that the academic community is taking such a vital and effective role in the work.

The Church's Concern The world has been deeply touched by the action of Pope Paul in establishing a Vatican Secretariat to maintain relations with the non-Christian religious groups in the world. It is one more proof of the Catholic Church's catho­ licity, her awareness of her concern for every creature. Pope Paul pointed out that relations with non-Chris­ tian groups will be carried on in "loyal and respectful. dialogue" and in "absolute sincerity." These words he used to dispel the suspicion - usually unvoiced but disturbingly present - that the Church might use this Secretariate as a vehicle to win converts. It should be comforting to all non-Catholics to· under­ stand the Church's teaching that the gift of Catholic Faith is just that - a free gift of God. The Church does not make oonverts to the Catholic Faith. She can only discover those to whom Almighty God gives the gift of Faith and give these by instruction the reasons for the Faith that is in them.

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OffiCIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE DIOCESE OF FAU. RIVER Published weekly by The Catholic Press of the Diocese of Fall River

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GENERAL MANAGER ASST. GENERAL MANAGER Rt. Rev. Daniel F. Shalloo, M.A. Rev. John P. Driscoll MANAGING EDITOR Hugh J. Golden

TODAY-Pentecost Tltursday. The accent to -ay is again on the Church's missionary nature. The preaching of the Gospel in the power of the Spirit is every­ where ac:companied by signs and wonders (First Rp.ading and Gospel). The Gospe' also points to the sI:,ecial authority Jesus gives to the college of Apostles for the preaching of His message of sal­ vation. 'Ihe institution (hier­ archy) is to be the instrument of the Spirit and must continually scrutinize itself to make sure that it serves the Spirit. TOMOll.ROW-Pentecost Fri­ "I will make my presence known in the midst of Israel" (First Reading), God says as He promises the fulfillment of His people's hopes and desires in heaven. The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and the Gospel shows the beginning of heaven in Jesus' forgiveness. The cure of the paralytic is sim­ ply to convince the slow-to­ bf!lieve oj' His forgiving power. d~~y.

PENTECOST SATURDAY. Simplified to the First Reading and the last two, except for ordinatior.. Mass, today's liturgy concludes a week of celebrating the gift oj' the Holy Spirit. "The love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit," rejoices the Second Reading. That this love reaches its hands of forgiveness, grace, healing toward the whole human family in missionary zeal is the clear teaching of the Gospel. TRINITY SUNDAY. This is not a "feast" in t.he traditional sense-Le, in the sense of a cel_ ebration of a saving historical event. We have celebrated, from Advent through Pentecost, those e'7ents in which time and the world of men find their meaning and their hope. Now the Peope of God rE'sts in these events, medi­ tates them, continues to draw from them the present nOtirish­ ment wh ich their permanent validity aasures. And because, at the root of all these events are the three Persons who save us, tlJ,e first Sunday after Pentecost has become Trinity Sunday and tbe texts of the Mass proclaim tbe trinitarian teaching of the Gospel, the Fathers and the e~lrly Cou ncils. ,Faith relates us not only to a pl)Wer. a J;orce. a "&round" of all

being. Faith relates us to a com­ munity of divine love, to the Father who "aves us, the Son through whom He saves us,· the Spirit in whom we are saved. This does not make God more comprehensible ("how inscrut­ able," "how undiscoverable," says the First Reading), except as it illumines the Christian message and the mission of the Son who reveals Him in our flesh. MONDAY - st. Gregory VII. Pope. We come to know Him through the Son, as Simon con­ fesses in the moment which is to make Him "Peter," "the Rock" (Gospel). All those whom the Rock will teach must also come to know Him through the Son. "The ultimate meaning of Jesus Christ is that in His manhood He makes known to us men the God of Whom it is truer to say that He is unknown than that He is known," writes Gerard S. Sloyan in "The Three Persons in One God" (Prentice-Hall). TUESDAY - St. Philip Neri. Confessor. That Wisdom, which is praised in the First Reading as a gift of God more precious than any human good, is in Christian eyes the same Spirit of whom both Entrance Hymn and Secret speak. At least it is a gift of the Spirit, and makes us attentive as it made the great saint we honor today, to the will of God and His impulses of love. WEDNESDAY - st. Bede the Venerable. Confessor, Doctor. The man or woman of faith is the "lighted lamp" of the. Gospel today. Such a one has something to say, to teach. The difficulty is that the bushel measure which hides the light is not always his reluctance to speak and share. It may be his manner or"teach_ ing, the weight of himself tend­ ing to enslave rather than liber­ ate those who hear the "truth" as he communicates it. It is so hard to deny ourselves suffi­ ciently and to love otb,ers deep­ ly enough to make our teaching a real witness.

Honor Editor NEW ORLEANS (NC)-Mn. lard F. Everett, editor of the Clarion Herald, New Orleans archdiocesan newspaper, will receive an honorary doctorate of laws at the commencement exercises of -..;rotre Dame Sem­ inary here Thursday, May 28.

churches for passage of the civil rights bill is moral, not political "There is pressure, but it ill not political pressure," declared Father John F. Cronin, S.S., as­ sistant director of the Social Ae­ tir' Department, National Cath­ olic Welfare Conference. "I'd call it a moral awakening of conscience." "I don't think anyone from the churches presents their posi­ tion as political p.ressure," he added. "They don't say, 'We're representing so many million people in our denomination.' All they say is, 'This is the moral leadership speaking.'" Father Cronin, here for a na­ tional meeting of the Catholic­ Protestant-Jewish National Con­ ference on Religion and Race discussed the churches role i'; the rights struggle during an in­ terview. He said he believes there has been a great shift in attitude among religious people in the 15 months since the first na­ tional Religion and Race meet­ ing in Chicago. For the first time many churchgoers have be­ gun to think of racial discrimi­ nation as a moral problem, he $aid. . Motivated by Religion Father Cronin said there is a number of congressmen whQse political or constituency ten­ dencies would lead them to op­ pose the bill. "But because they are religious people and reli­ giously-motivated people, they are for the bill," he said. He was skeptical that the same results could be achieved if the legislators thought church sup­ port was only political. Support­ ers of the bill wouldn't pay any attention if that were the case, he said. "These men are hard-headed pol i tic 0 s. They nor m - I : y wouldn't pay any attention tG do-goodpr's. But when Sen.~ Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota and Sen. Thomas Kuchel of Cali­ fornia say that religion is the biggest force, they mean it," he said. Humphrey and Kuchel are the bipartican Senate rights bill captains.

Dutch Honor Official Of Relief Services WASHINGTON (NC) James J. Nnrrip, assistant to the executive director of the Catho­ lic Relief Services - Nation~l Welfare Conference and presi~ den' and founder of the Interna.~ tional Catholic Migration Com­ missi0n, has been honored by the government of the Netherlands here. Norris was awarded the Order pf Orang" Nassau by Dutch Charge d'Affairs Emile Schiff. Th'! '>ward was given for Norris' long-term assistance to the Dutch people after World War n, and in particular for the help he gave those emigrating from Indonesia to the United States in the 1950's. A native of Elizabeth, N. J., Norris has been president of the ICMC since its founding in 1951, and was the only Americ' lay auditor at the Second Vaticall Council.

Consider Ecume"ism CHICAGO (NC) - A proposal to set up a special commission to work for the ecumenical movement will be made at the general conference of the Meth­ odist Church now being held ill Pittsburgh

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Commencement Week Schedules Finalizing at Diocesan Highs As Graduation Approaches Where's the high school news been the last two weeks? ft's not that things haven't been happening on the 12 Dio­ eesan campuses, but that Catholic Charities Appeal reports have been taking precedence over all else for the last two issues of The Anchor. And Sister Mary Winifred, S.N.D., when it's considered how vice-principal of St. Thomas many of the 29 agencies of Aquinas High in New Britian, Catholic Charities benefit Conn. will address attendants 4leens, directly or indirectly, no one minds skipping a news re­ port or two. Big news at Sacred Hearts Academy, Fall River, is the pro­ duction of Our Town last night and tonight in the school audi­ torium. Mr. Leo Strickman, director of Ftall River's Little Theatre is directing the Pulitzet Prize winning play and Sister Thomas Mary and Sister Mary Wilfred of the academy faculty are co-managers. Boys from area schools are helping the SHA girls by taking male roles. And at Bishop Cassidy High in Taunton the art department, expertly guided by Sister Mary 'l'eresita, is preparing to contri­ bute to the city's centennial celebration next month. Commencement Week Commencement week schedule Is complete at Dominican Aca­ demy in Fall River, reports leanne Levesque. The senior prom is set for Monday· night, .June 8 at Colony Motor Hotel:n Cranston. It'll have a Younger ihan Springtime theme. Class day will be held at 3 Wednesday afternoon, June 10 in the school auditorium and graduation, also in the audi­ torium, is scheduled for 4 Sun­ day afternoon, June 14, with Bishop Connolly presiding and Atty. Leo J. Donovan as guest -s>eaker. A graduation Mass will be eelebrated at the convent, fol­ lowed by a communion breakfust for graduates and parents. Maybe it won't make the hit parade, say the girls at Sacred Hearts Academy, Fail"haven, but c.o' them a just-received record ef their Spring concert is really • golden disc and going like wildfire in their own student lIody. Elle Parle Francais Cassidy High in Taunton is proud of Diane Dusseault who placed third in the French II division at an Emmanuel Col­ lege examination sponsored by fhe Eastern Mass. chapter of the National French Teachers AssO­ ciation. Diane is a junior and ective in ~ French Club and National Hooor Society. Yoone Scientists Sacred Hearts, Fall River, boasts three young scientists emong those winning merit at the regional science fair. Pat­ ricia Desmond, a junior, received honorable mention in the senior .ivision, while Andrea Trzcinski, • freshman, received first prize in the junior division for her interesting display of earllh lICience findings on her family's farm. Kathleen Clark, also a freshman, received second prize. Congratulations are also in order for John Golenski of Bish­ ep Stang, North Dartmouth, who won a $100 bond as first prize in

an essay contest sponsored by the English Speaking Union. Father Donaghy And at Prevost High in FaU River Arthur Desrosiers has been awarded the Presidential scholarship, valued at $5,600, to Boston College. A highest honors student, he is president of the debating team, secretary of the National Honor Society, year­ book business manager and a first prize winner at both school and regional science mirs in ad­ dition to be~ acienc~ club president;.

at the first annual alumni recep­ tion at Stang High. Bishop Con­ nolly will confer diplomas on graduation day and graduates and their parents will hear Rev. William Donaghy, S.J., of Boston College as main speaker. Father Donaghy, a New Bedford na.tive, is past president of Holy Cross College. At Bishop Feehan eight stu­ dents are participating in an art contest open to Attleboro schools. Their work will be on display at Capron Park through today. At Jesus-Mary Academy, Fall Fiver, 15 new members have been inducted into the National Honor Society, having fulfilled requirements of exemplary con­ duct, an 85 per cent scholastic average and outstanding char­ acter, leadership and service. Two Fall River students placed in the Miss Fall River pageant with Vivanne Ouellette of Jesus~ Mary winning a $50 scholarship and trophy for being the most talented non-finalist; and Bar­ bara McCann of Mt. St. Mary, who was first runner-up. She's seni<lr class president, a member of the Glee Club and an ever­ willing pianist for assemblies and other functions. More Scientists Other Diocesan school stu­ dents, in addition to those al­ ready mentioned, who have merited recognition for work exhibited at science fairs are Suzanne Lagarde and Collette Richards, Jesus - Mary; Dia.ne Boyer, Marie Baelan, Claudette Couturier and Jeannine Alber­ n~z, Dominican Academy; Cor­ nelia Duffy, Bishop Cassidy; and Raymond Pombriant and Paula DeWitt, Bishop Feehan. Three faculty members at Mt. St. Mary's will pursue higher studies this Summer, with Sister Mary Adele to travel to Tours, France, for French study; Sister Mary Albertus to go to Pratt In­ stitute, New York, for science courses; and Sister Mary Flora to study English at Hofstra Uni­ versity, also New York. At Sacred Hearts, Fall River girls have formed a liturgicai choir which will be heard at aU Masses and other religious occa­ sions. Members represent all four classes and will hold prac­ tices one a week. Merit Scholarship Senior George Niesluchowski <tf Stang High has received a merit scholarship to Holy Cross College and other scholarships in the news include a partial g1"8nt from Stonehill College to Cecilia Medeiros of Dominican Academy; and a $2,400 award, also from Stonehill, to Elizabeth Moniz of Mt. St. Mary. New sodality officers at Pre­ vost High are Gerard Goulet prefect; Paul Levesque, vice~ p~efect; Pa~l Proulx, secretary; RIchard St. Pierre:ttreasurer. A fine arts fes al will be held at Bishop Cas y late this month, inc 1 u din g different phases of Language, arts and music. Several solo singers and dancers will be featured in the musical part of the program.

And at the Mount the school

orchestra recently visited the VA Hospital in Brockton, where

its performance was transmitted on closed circuit TV to all VA hospitals in Massachusetts. Two solos were sung by Eleanor Thurstoa and violin and accoc-

YOUNG SCIENTISTS: Marie Bastile teaches Rachel Frett how to determine plateau of Geiger-Mueller tube while Eileen McGuire records pertinent data. Girls are science students at Mt. St. Mary Academy, Fall River. dion selections were also fea­ tured. FutLlre Nurses at Feehan will visit Foxboro State Hospital tomorrow with gifts of candy for patients. Non-club members are also welcome to make the trip. Honors Galore Holy F'amily's Susan Sweeney Is one of 5 finalists in the United Nations Test, picked from 75,000 . Massachusetts participants. She'll go on to a national quiz. Anne­ Maria Procopio, Bishop Cassidy, has received a special merit certificate for a poem submitted to an annual anthology of high school poetry. And Paulette Thibault, Mt. St. Mary junior, has been nominated for an achievements award pro­ gram sponsored by the Nation~l1 Council of Teachers of English. Her writing abilities and liter­ ary awareness will be judged by local and state committees. Kathleen Raposa of SHA Fall River has placed third in city competition and second in the region in a leadership contest sponsored by the Elks. And Elyse Parmentier of Feehan won first place in an essay contest sponsored by the Southeastern Mass. Bar Associati<ln. Julie Mel_ vin of DA will participate in Girls' State next month at Bridgewater State College. Top Students Top honors at Coyle High School in Taunton for the third marking period go to Armand Joncas, senior; Albert Pepka, junior; Dennis Callahan, sopho­ more; and Michael Felong, freshman. Eligible for the top honor of captain of the school at SHA Fall River, are Mary Kelly: Nancy Reg,an and Norma Pereira. Captain of St. Mar-

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Camp in Freetown yesterday. The Anchor's assistant general manager, Rev. John P. Driscoll, conducted the program. Seniors at Holy Family, New Bedford, are "planning the end of their four years," reports Beatrice Abraham. Francine Filipek and Marcia Lacala are co-chairmen of the senior prom decorating committee, while Richard Pariseau, class vice­ president, is in charge of enter­ tainment for class night at ·the Kennedy Center Thursday, June 11. John Finni will write the cLass essay and Sheila Harring­ ton the class prophecy. Girls at Sacred Hearts Fair­ haven listened bemusedly to a telephone company representa­ tive's explanation of the new dialing system. "They only hope lJhey can remember all the num­ bers they must dial for a long distance call," sighs reporter Suzanne Chandler. And at Fall River's DA Ameri­ can history students recently a,t­ tended a model UN session pre­ sented by Harvard University and Radcliffe College. Coyle High will hold its senior prom Wednesday night, June 10 in the school auditorium. The planning committee is directed by Brother Stefan Clarke, C.S.C., senior sponsor. At Jesus-Mary the last issue of the school paper, JEM, will appear Monday, June 8 under direction of the new editors, Pauline Forcier and Muriel Baraby. Also at JMA the orchestra members will give their final concert Sunday night, May 24. There was music in the air at Bishop Stang too, as the glee club cut a record of many of the school's favorite numbers. The entire school participated itl some selections. It was a busy week at DA, bolding the Athletic Associa­ tion's annual party for freshmen, the junior- senior banquet, and a l"ecital for advanced piano stu­ dents. And many Diocesan highs will be represented and receive awards at tonight's banquet 01. the Bristol County Girls' League. to he held at Stevenson's restau­ 1"8D1t, North Dartmouth.

garet's team will be chosen from those three girls plus Paula Powers and Kathy Smith; while the girl to head St. Agnes' team will be Susan Reid, Kathleen Silvia or Mary Lou Sullivan. Girls at Mt. St. Mary's Aca­ demy will stage a comedy, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," at 7:30 Sunday and Monday nights, May 31 and June 1. A performance for religious will be given at 3:45 Tuesday after­ Roon, June 2. Sister Mary Mercy, R.S.M. is directing the produc­ tion. More Winners Jacqueline Bousquet, Domini­ can 'Academy senior, who plans to attend Peter Bent Brigham South Vietnam Bans school of Nursing, has beceived a tuition scholarship from Tiver­ Assumption Holyday ton's Lions' Club. Also at DA, SAIGON (NC) - The Souotll Elizabeth Paiva won a French contest sponsored by a local Vietnam government has de­ decreed that the Feast of the radio station. She' will now com­ . Assumption of Our Lady, Thana pete with other winners. "Flintside Story," a parody of Minh Day, a Buddhist feast hon­ oring the dead, and Confucius "West Side Story," will be pre­ Day shall no longer be official sented by Jesus-Mary Academy holidays. The decree has heeD juniors for junior-senior day, issued by decision of the Cab­ Thursday, June 4. A luncheon inet. for seniors will follow the pro­ The Feast of the Assumption duction and in the afternoon was a civil holiday here under seniors will present their last the French colonial administra­ will and testament. tion, as it is in France. It WaJI Good news for bright seniors retained but only as an official 8It Bishop ~ high - any half-holiday after the State of senior who has an average of Vietnam recovered its indepen­ 80 per cent in a subject for the dence 10 years ago. entire year by the end of the fourth term needn't take a final exam in that subject. Probably

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THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Thurs. May 21, 1964

Brisco Daughter

Now Carmelite'

Buyers Must Beware in Old Car Market, Columnist Dis'covers

DUBLIN (NC)-The daughter of the former Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin became a Car­ melite nun here in ceremonies witnessed by Irish President and Mrs. Eamon de Valera. Her father, Robert Brisco, is currently a member of the Irish Parliament. Both he and his wife are members of the Jewish community. Sister Miriam Teresa became a Catholic about four years ago, during a year-long stay with a sister in Canada. She entered the Carmelite monastery at Roe.. buck on the outskirts of this City shortly afterward.

By Mary Tinley Daly Fix or trade-such was the predicament facing us in toe automobile department at our house. Reared in the "eat it up, wear it out, make it do" era, first inclination was to "fix the car and keep it going," an inclination proved on the un-thrifty side as we got estimates for cure of ads, we scanned and read them. m e bod y was having a multi-ailments diagnosed in So "Swinging Sale"; others, "A Riot our one-hoss shay. of Deals"; "Circus ,of Values";

Curiously, we could have bought, the same model for less than the pr ice of re­ pairing ours. So there we'd be, with two of the' I! arne vintage, one (the new) running - who could tell how long?-the other (ours) moving on 1 y after a "charge" be­ fore each start. As we pondered the impossibility of getting rid of an automobile with the "auto" taken out of it end the "mobile" stilled, we re­ entered the strange world of modern motordom, after' an absence of four years. Good Deals This time, we vowed, we'd be lII1lart, secure a real bargain. First, we learned that the w 0 1" d "Bargain" h~s been dropped from lexicon of the trade. It's a "deaL" And there ere no bad deals, mind you. Every dealer bas nothing but "good deals," except for the machine they are relieving you 'of. This is bad, junk. They are sacrificing to give many a good deal. Keeping motOr running, we did a circuit-riding tour of one used car lot after another, hearing nothing good of our - ear, nothing but good of any of theirs. "Tell you what, folks," Smiling Sam told us, "I'm willing to go Illong and give you a real deal, e fantastic deal, on a '61, a trade you won't get nowhere else. And it's only," he looked over his shoulder and whispered, "only 'cause I got too many cars on my lot now and want to get ahead of the fella on the next lot. See," We found it difficult to see h<lw taking the '61 and leaving our car there would lessen the total number on his lot. But there were many things we :found bard to understand be­ fore we were through with our "deaL" 'Buyer's Market?' . Prior to being faced wIth an - almost immediate transportation problem, we hQd' vaguely 're­ membered hear-ing some wild shoutings on 1Ile radio, seeing pages 'of glaring ads in news­ papers. Now, we read; we listened; discovered frantic competition among dealers for customers. "It's' 'a buyer's ,market," we told· ourselves smugly, "really, a very good time for the old car to hit the skids. All we have to t10 is get a bargain-a 'deal'." So we did our homework. In­ .read of tossing aside the auto

Rummage Sale Mother McAuley Guild, auxil_ Iary to Mt. St. Mary Academy, Fall River, plans a rummage sale today and tomorrow in the parish hall of SS. Peter and Paul Church. Hours will be from 6 to 9 tonight and from 9 to 9 to­ morrow. Chairmen Mrs. John Pacheco and Mrs. Raymond Dooley will be aided by a large ~i'ltee.

"World's Fair Deal"; "Birthday Sale"; "Rebate Sale"; "Our Wildest Week"; "Week - End Sale." Many of these were augmented by "W'ow!" or "Yippy!" , Advertising space r<ates being what they are, we know that these dealers were looking for buyers, else they wouldn't add the "Wow" and "Yippy" busi­ ness.

, And on the listening end ­

instead of clicking off the radio, we turned it up when the "Joy Boys" were extolling virtues of deals they had to offer. Also, we learned that we could get "the nicest buy in town from the nicest guy in town" if we would only get in touch with that "nicest guy." (This seemed to us a bit arbitrary, since we know lots of nice guys in town, and they are not all in the automo­ bile business.) This morning, we were ex­ horted, via radio, to "Call Pete" (telephone number included) and tell him Walt had sent us and we would be given "the greatest deal ever." Sounded reminiscent of speak­ easy days, when we were told tG say that "Charlie sent us" as we peeked through a squint-slot in an out-of-the-way door. For kicks, we decided to try

it.

"Good morning!" came a clear, cool voice. "- - - Motors. May I help you." "Would like to speak to Pete," we said, impelled by the radio· in the background. "Tell him Walt sent us." "Pete? Walt? Are you sure you have the right number?" We decided to put anew battery in the old car - and do a lot more field work, and home-. work.

Christia n Fresco Part Of Sudanese Exhibit NEW YORK (NC) - A Ma­ donna and Child fresco a millen_ ium or more in age is part of the Sudan's exhibit at the New York World's Fair. The fresco" unearthed last Summer in the northern Sudan, it; six .feet square and depicts the Blessed Virgin and the Christ Child. It bears a Greek inscription meaning "Mary, Mother of Christ, Saviour of the Universe." The fresco is believed to have been ,painted betw·;en 1,00() and l;2()Oyears ago. The Sudan re­ cently expelled all Christian missionaries from the southern part of the country, wher< the bulk of Sudanese Christians live.

Make Priest's Chasuble From Kennedy Gown:

MOTHERS TEA: Junior Circle No. 71, Daughters of Isabella, New Bedford, hold annual Mothers' Tea as Miss ]Rosemary King, president, pours for Miss Patricia Regis, j~inanciHI secretary and chairman of the affair, and Miss ;rean Ann Muldoon, recording secretary.

In Praise of Sisters Noted Surgeon Hails Catholic Nuns

Best-Educated Feminine Group

CHICAGO (NC) - Nuns, who knee. These days, it is found neiher drink nor smoke,outlive, only among nuns and plumbers, the average American woman he added. by six years, a surgeon who Reporting on a part of the made a nationwide survey dis-· study at the meeting, Dr. Nix Mt St J h H '' dosed h,~re. told the 'surgeon's group that. • • osep, onors "They are the healthiest, acute pancreatitis-inflammation ­ Woman $ocio1ogist longest-lived, hardest-working, and hemorrhaging of the pan­ CINCINNATI ,,(NC- -.: ,'The best educated feminine group in· creas-is a rarity among nuns, . the United States," said Dr.. whereas outside the convents it first annual,. Mater et Magistra ;rames T,Nix of New Orleans 'in is increasing, along with itS award estabhshed by the Coll~~ II salute to the nuns. companion disorders, gallstones, ' Mount, St. Joseph here The operator of the Nix Clinic, liver disease and alcoholism.: ' honor ,'of the late, Pope John , , " XXIII went to Jane Margue. who is cnairman of the Catholic. Abstain , r e t t a Hoey, New York Catholic Hospital Association's committee He said these ill,S rarely afflict sOciologist and author. . 'on the health of clergy and b th b t· f Heligioull, was interviewed' at, nuns ecause. ey a, s am ro~ She received ,the gold medal the Clinical Congress of Abdom-, alcohol ~nd nch foods. Even. m at the college. trom Archbisholt th~ .few mstances where pancre_ Karl J. Alter of Cincinnati.: inal Surgeons here. He discussed atItIs has been observed among llis nationwide study of the nuns-there were two cases health and habits of 116,000 noted among 575 nun deaths in Fall River Women' nuns in this country-the first 1963-it occurs much later t.han !fUrvey (,f its kind ever urider­ in other women, Dr. Nix said. Re-elected as president, Mrs. 1aken. Laywomen who develop the dis_ Anthony Geary heads officers of One Disorder order do so between the ages of Fall River Catholic Woman's So far as he and his computer 40 and 50, but the age of onset Club for the coming year. She have beED able to discover, nuns in nuns is 69.5 years, he detailed. will be supported by Mrs. ~lre subjl~ct to only one occupa­ The same is true of cancer of Thomas F. Burke, vice-presi­ dent; Miss Margarf;lt M. Lahey. tional disorder, a condition the breast, one of the most fre­ secretary; Mrs. Raymond V. which D::. Nix calls a "disease of, quent causes of death in nuns. • !fUpplicaHon" but which is more Dr. Nix said: "Nuns get cancer, Barrette, treasurer. t~mmonly known as housemaid's of the breast with about the same frequency as other single women, but they get it 20 years 50-Ye(Jr-Old Magaz .. _ later than most."

St. Catherine's Fund Raising Committee of Dominican Aca­ demy, Fall River, will hold a dinner meeting Tuesday, June 9at the Chanticleer restaurant. Mrs. Roger Maltais and Mrs. LoIJi.q Chabot are co-chairm~n.

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ST. LOUIS (NC) - The 50­ ,'ears old Queen's Work magazine will Ceaile publication 'after its ~rune issue and the sodality in-' !rtitute located he're will stop I)rinting its well-known pam-, I)hlet series. ,Father Joseph 'F. MacFarlane, f~.J., dirEctor of the national 90­ dality o:1fice; said the Queen's Work would enter "a new type', (If publishing" next Fall when a . larger magazine will appear.' ' The Q~ueen'sWork magazine J'eached a circulation of more Taunton Penny Sale tt:an 100,000 nationally' under, Tlhe Knights of Columbus and 1he editorship of the late Father the V,illa Fatima Helpers will' Daniel Lord, S.J., from 1926 to co-sponsor a penny sale at 8 to­ 1949. There are now more than night in CYO Hall, Taunton, for ~100 Quenn's Work pamphlets in the benefit of the Sisters of st. print. These will be allowed to !~o out of print, Father MacFar­ Dorothy. The public is invited. lane said.

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tyrant who runs everyone down." There is an old folk saying about some people who are called "street angels" and Hhouse devils".

They are a type of Jekyll-Hyde character who presents 0 n e side of his per­ sonality on one occasion and quite a differ­ ent aspect on another. To some extent, af eourse, we all,do this. It is als& vue that within the intimat-e bounds of family life, peopk tend to let down their hand and reveal their true sel-ves.

Reveals PersonalU,. ,

Basically, your husband -ap­ ,pears to be a very unbepItY, ,maladjusted person who~kes eu t the ,aggressions he .sUffers en his familY. He .deserves more aympathy than criticism. ,"The situation ean be changed eniy ·if you and the children can 8Omehow or other bear up under this as patienUy, as charitably; .nd as kindly as p09Sible f6r tIOme time. to .come. Your husband's personality is rather str~gly revealed in his strong. dislike or hatred of Ne~roes. People who are dissat­ isfied wiQl themselves, who lit­ erally hate themselves and feel deeply inferior, are always look_ ing for a "scapegoat". In our society the Negro has anfortunatelybeen a v~ 'pop­ ular scapegoat. He is a person' upon whom one can blame all ()f his troubles and difficulties, The fa:t that the Negro is in no

way to blame for your husband's plight has nothing whatsoever to do wit'l his reactions. Build Self Esteem Some people simply have a psychological need to look d()wn upon others. It is their only way of feeling important. In this way they somehow or other build up a bit of self esteem for them­ lelves. But the price they pay for it JB a heavy one and the ultimate satisfaction of their personality Deeds simply is not met. Your husband's feelings are some­ times shared by large groups of people. . . One reason that ,the poor whites in the South have s'uf­ fered poverty, ,discrimination, Iaek of education and other handicaps as willingly as they' have, can be traced to thp fact that they could always feel su­ perior to one other group of people, namely Negroes. This is the device Adolf Hitler used in Germany to whip up feeling against the Jews. Cath­ Mics too, at one period of our history. suffered this type of treatment. Timid, Inferior' An interesting aspect of your hmlhand's behavior is tha't he apparently puts on quite a front when he is outside the home. Adually this reveals his feelings of timidity and inferiority

Junior Foresters Junior Foresters of Our Lady of Fatima Court, Fall River, will hold a Communion breakfast and make a trip to Boston to view a Red Sox baseball came next month.

21, 1964

RO:;\!E (NC)-Pope Par'

VI has expressed gratitud to U. S. Catholics for thei~ effortR to help the Church h

before you and the shildre.a Since he is not particularly cer­ tain about his own level of in­ telligence, despite what he may say, he continually informs you and the children that you are stupid.

By tellin~ you that you are stupid, he is in effect stating what he would like to believe­ that he is quite intelligent. There is only one way that you can deal adequately with this situation. Arguments will avail you absolutely nothing. As a ma-tter of fact, the more you argue with him or quarrel with him, the more necessary it be­ comes for him to play the role of a tyrant. Seek Cause In fact, if ,your arguments get thmugh to him at all, a doubt­ ANNUAL TEA: At annual tea of Friends of St. Anne's: ful possibilif;.y,they will shake Hoopital, }l'all River, Mrs. John E. Halligan pours for Mrs. What artificial self esteem he John- E. Manning as Mrs. W:Arthur Leary holds cup. has. been able to build up ~ veFb&lly abusing you. You shoUld try to look into your husband's situation care­ fully. What is the source of the frustratio-n which brings abom Says Protestant Merger Talks 'Effort this. terrible :aggression? , Is. he unhappy with his joM Toward Reaching Common Ground' Does he have to deal with a PRINCETON (NC) - Merger '. The denominations participat_' tyrannical' boss who constantly ta'lks here in New Jersey by six jng·in the talks have more than' abuses him and whom he in· turn Protestant denominations mark.. 20· million church-going mem­ cannot even (:riticize? Or is his 'ed a step toward Christian: bers in the U. S. They are the problem perhaps in some other 'unity but left much still to, be United Church of Christ, the area of life such as among cer­ done; according· to an official Methodist Church, the Disciples tain friends? Catholic observer..consultant. of Christ, the Evangelical United Father George A. Tavard,. Brethren, the Protestant Episco­ Does he feel that his income is A.A., called the talks here by' pal Church, and the United Pres_ considerably lower than other the Consultation on Church byterian Church in the U.S.A. people of ,about the same educa_ tion and age? I cannot answer Union "a substantial effort * * • . This year for the firsi time any of these questions myself toward reaching common Catholic observer-consultants at­ because I do not know your hus­ ground." . tended the meeting. They were' band personally. Perhaps you

The meeting was "very useinvited by the Consultation and can do so.

ful," Father Tavard said, "but it appointed by the Vatican's Sec­ is onJ~' one in ll: series of meetretariat for Promoting Christian Professional Help ings that will presumably be· Unity. If you are able to find the quite long. Christian unity can The Catholic representatives

source of his trOUble, or still be restored only thro':l!h. a were Father Tavard of Mount better, if you can indirectly lead great a~oun~, of determmatiOn Mercy College, Pittsburgh, and him to discover it, then positive and patIence. . . Msgr. William W. Baum. vice steps may be taken to overcome Representa~lve~ of SiX Prot:schanC'Pllor of the Kansas City-St. it. It lTIRy be that he will have tant denommatIons explormg Jose h Mo d' to. change his job, perhaps he· possibilities of a merger attendp , . , lOcese. Will have to cultivate new ed the Consultation on Churc'h friends. Union meeting. This was the' Reports Hungarians But of this I do feel certain. third meeting of the group, If some psychological change is In Church Talks formed in 1961. not brought abqut, your hus­ VIENNA (NC) -Reports are band's condition will become in­ circulating that negotiations are School Board Opposes, under creasingly worse and both you way between Holy See and he and the children even' Grade Elimination and Hungarian officiall;l for the more miserable than you are solution of Church-state prob­ LOUISVILLE (NC) - Oppo­ now. sition to the elihiinatiOli of . lems, including the status of . If, after trying carefully to' grades in' Catholic schoo1s has Hungarian Primate, Jozsef Car-.· fmd the source of his difficulty' been expressed by the Catholic. .dina I Mindszenty. it is not apparent, then I suggest School 'Board of the· Louisville According to report< 'Msgr. that you discuss' the matter with archdiocese. ' . , Agostino Casaroli, Underseoreyour family physician. It may be In another action, the board tary for Extraordinary Ecclesi-' that your husband will have to opposed. adding laymen' as mem­ · a:ltical Affairs of the 'Papal Sec-. be referred to a psychologi~t or ber,s as 'long as the board is able: · retariat of State' is in Budapest. a psychiatrist to obtain the pro-' to act only" "in purely advi­ · Shortly aIter Msgr. Casaroli 'vis-,' ' fessional help of which he al-' sory capaoity." The board is, Had, Budapest in May 1963, the ready seems stand in some composed of 14 priests. The first. Hungarian government indicated need. Catholic E'ducation Conference a, willingness to make conces_, And until this change can be in the archdiocese, held Feb. 8, ,sions to the Church and stated brought ab9ut, I can only re­ recommended· that the board that it had released five bishops peat what I said earlier, you will . setup be revised 10 include lay- who had bee under house arrest., have to practice the greatest. men and teaching nuns. taot, patience and love with him. Huwever, the board said that

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They visited in each other' ,. homes for frank and friendl" conversation on racial issues, th National Home Visit Center her reported. Friendship House, a Cathol;' lay orl\'anization with headquar tel'S here. originated the hOIl" visit program in Hl55 and SpOT!' sored the national observancr Only 40 of the cities partici­ pating had held the visits before Since Febr.uary over 70 ney cities started organizing for th" national day.

Return Visit VERONA (NC )-In a'r",.. ......... uz·, ·visit; members of a Jewish eon, gregation visited the Catholi Family Action group at Qu' Lady Of the Lake parish here h New Jersey Sunday. The Cath­ olic group visited Temple Sha 10m in Cedar Grove last Sprin~ Father John Meyer, CFA riloder­ ator, explained Catholic woishir its historical roots in JuBiUsJ, and significance of s~credvesseL during the visit. ..

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Biology SQCiety Honors T~acher

'That Man Is You' Proves

Distinctive, Striking Book

WASHINGTON (MC) - Sistel' Oatherine Virginia of NoUe Dame A cad e m y here W88 selected as the outStanding bi&­ logy teacher in thp nation's caId­ tal by the National BiolOW Teachers Association.. The Notre Dame de Namul' nun last year was selected as 1Jhe outstanding science teacher br the Association of Engineers, Scientists and Architects. She has been teaching science f . 30 years. The national biology group ao­ nually selects an outstanding teacher in each of the states an.t the District of Columbia.

By Rt. Rev. Msgr. John S. Kennedy An extraordinary book is That Man Is You by Father­ Louis Evely, translated by Edmond Bonin (Newman. $4.50); I must confess that I had no intention of reading it but chanced to dip into it one night and was enthralled b~ the small sampling I meant to One of the greatest artistic ac­ make of it. I simply had to go to the end, and think that complishments of modern times, and one of the longest in the you will do the same if you making, is the series of prints by do yourself the favor of getting r --- ~nll:=lult which bears the a copy. F~f"'~r Evely is a Belgian priest of 54, an educator "well known in Bel­ gi :"1 as a re­ treat master, a radio and tele­ vision speaker, the g u i din g spirit b e h i n d family organiz­ ations," and a eontributor to magazines and reviews. His book is distinctive and striking from the start. It is not in verse, as first appears from tht: way of disposing the text on th r page. The translator explains that this arrangement was chosen because it "throws into great relief the development, co-ordi­ nation and subordination of' ideas, emphasizes si~njficant parallelism and antithesis, and, permits one to isolate key words." Maybe this is a good idea, maybe not. But the point is that he text, however set out, is fresh, pungent, hard-hitting. 'Listening to Christ' We have all heard portions of the Gospels read to us at regular . intervals throughout our lives, and some of us have tried to make it a practice to read the whole of the Gospels again and. again. In either case, we may have long since' concluded that we know these writings more or 's thoroughly, and they have nothing new to offer us. Which means that we do not think of such read' "as God Himself coming into our tent to speak to us face to' face as a man speaks to his friend." Or again, "Reading the Gospels means 1 i s ten i n g to Christ, touching Him; and coming into. eontact with Him through faith" - like the woman cured of an iss .e of blood." Tr"! Gospels are a book of communiol.. Jesus dwells in the Eucharist; but in the Gospels He speaks." F~~~er Evely is not content to give us this assurance and let us proceed on our own. He takes up Vf "'Jus Gospel themes, searches' them acutely, and shows us their bearing on our own condition. An example of his method may. be found in his treatment of the Beatitudes. "Poor in spirit" - what does that mean? It means the essential condition of being completely accessible to God and open to His influence. "We're poor when we're wi"',g not to be at peace, bl' to be reproved, tormented, and driven out of ourselves by tl voice of God." Almost .every page contains something memorable: The au­ thor illustrates how the very text of the Mass' is packed with proof that it is for sinners. Or hI> ""es the reasons for his con­ tention that a Christi should feel like a hypocrite. Or he de-· velops a case for the Samaritan woman at the well as a m,odel of Catholic Action. We shall undoubtedly . be bearing more of Father Evely. He is a new spiritual writer of eriginality who has something pertinent and stirilUlatirig to say to his contemporaries. His first book is' one' to be reread regu­ Jarly. r

title Miserere et Guerre. Origi­ na"y planned to number 100 and to appear in two separate volumes, it eventually comprised Catholic Scouters but 58 in a single volume. De­ soite its brilliance, it is compara­ The Catholic Committee _ tively little known. Scouting for the Fall River arell That meaning has been put will sponsor a day of recollec­ thus: "Man lives in a terrifying tion for Adult Scouters from jungle largely of his own 10:30 to 3 Sunday, June 7 ali making, for the shadows and Camp Noquochoke, Westport. perils of the jungle he finds Conferences by Rev. John & with 1­ his own "l(~art as well as Andrews and Rev. Peter IiI. in the outer world. But whatever Graziano and recitation of the is endured by man is endured rosary and stations of the croSll al~n by the Son of Man, the Son will highlight the day's program. of God. In the suffering of Christ A memorial to PresidentKen­ we find our salvation and our nedy will be unveiled as part of purification." the closing exercises. A chickea These words are found in a dinner will be served. splendid new book, Georges Rouault's Miserere by Frank and Dorothy Getlein (Bruce. $4). The book contains reproductions of all 58 prints, along with an in­ troduction concerning the artist, his work in general, and these prints in particular, plus a running commentary on the several subjects. Meditative Stully tor holy. communion The Getleins have exceptional I GO TO MASS competence as art critics and ••• color picture I . Mass book with

commentators, are remarkably HONOR MARY: Miss Alice Oliveira,' South Dart­ 29 faU color photo•• Simple penetrating spiritually, write ex­ mouth, crowns Blessed Virgin at Salve Regina College an­ . Worde. Extrn cellently, and have, it is plain, large VP!l- 59¢ I From left, her attendants are Miss nual May procession. and $l.2O or St. made a long, meditative study of \ " ·D~ ArlllrelDJunior Charlotte Colton, Taunton; Miss Loretta D'Amico, Prov.i­ Rouault's work. II'-'l. Their introductory essay Js a d.ence; Miss Joanne Leonard, Somerset. model of the compendious. Into relatively few pages they pack ' he was named secretary of the a brief biography of RouauIt, an Matrimonial Court. He was account of his developJllent as an Contir.t.~ed from Page One named assistant at st. Patrick, artist lmd as a viewer of reality, ated from Durfee High School Fall .River on Nov. 12, 1942. He and the strange history of the and then St. Charles College, returned' to Catholic University project which occupied him for Oatonsville, Md., he studied at in Sept. of 1945 and to st. Pat­ 30 years and combines the tech­ rick, Fall River in June, 1946. niques of etching, aquatint, and St. Mary's Seminary in Balti­ tor graduation: engraving to. produce something more and was ordained on June He was named to his present 3, 1939. post, on April 9, 1957. ST. ANDREW unique and shattering in its im­ POCKET He served as assistant at St. pact. Father Galvin is a brother of .EDITION F'eter's Church, Provincetown, Sister Mary Olga, R.S.M., and of Artist's Stature .••• a new com­ pact version in One is' tempted to summarize flmm his ordination until 1943. the late Rev. John J. Galvin. slimline size­ Rouault's life here, so fascinating He then was assigned as as­ M,.95 to $17.75 or Father Carroll was· born in is it. But there is not space. for sistant at Holy Name Church, Fall River on Dec. 19, 1913, 1ftle ...-1~'l.ll\lI!ll\· J;,ft1::w,,~as~~ that. One must pass on to the F'all River, where he was sta-· son of the late George A. and ~~ID Bible series of prints and what the . t:loned until 1948. He became an Catherine (McDermott) CaNOn. Getleins have to say about this. assistant at St. Lawrence Church, He graduated from LaSalle Aca­ tor wedding§' New Bedford on Sept. 30, 1948 Unfortunately the reproduc­ ST. ANDREW • demy and attended Providence and rema ined t'here until he was BIBLE MISSAL . tion in this' publication is un­ College before he entered St. "forerunner named administl'ator of Our even. The beauty and force of of all Miss3l9 aI­ Mary's Seminary in Baltimore. illr the Council" some of the prints is at least Lady of Mt. Carmel on March 28, His first assignment was to St. -$5.95 to $18.50 suggested, but others fare badly. 1963. or Large Edition, Father Galvin, son of'the1ate Mary's Home, New Bedford, as Pocket Edition On balance, enough of the in­ or Sunday Missal. chaplain and. in November of Michael Pierce Galvin and dividual items are sufficiently 'SEE ST. ANDREW MISSALS at well repr 'nted to allow one E:lizabetJh (Riley) Galvin, was 1939 was sent to Our Lady of your book or religious goods to perceive the stature of the born M~.rch 16,' 1912 in Fall the Isle, Nantucket. On June 1'1, slllr•••• there Is 811 edition for every gilt occasion ••. give artist and a measure of his .gifts Eiver. ::re graduated fro m 1943 he was assigned to St. . those you love the Missal that is Mary's, Taunton. Following 1ftlis ELM.C.. Durfee High School, and of discernment and communica­ geared to post-council liturgical neells. 3,ttended St. Charles' College, he served a short while at St. ti~-Patrick, Wareham and on Jan. S,t. Mar~"s Seminary' and the Superb Commentary 28, 1954 he was assigned to ST.ANDREW As for the commentary, It Is . S,ulpicIan Seminary in Washing­ Sacred Hea'ct, Fall River where first IlIIIt In superb. It is neither verbose nor t,:m, D.C. Ordained June 3, 1939 he was . he remained until Sept. 2'1, 1961 obscure. The Getleins speak of when he was named administra­ Rousault's endless labor over the assigned to St. Vincent's Or­ copper plates, ·his returning to p,hanage and in October,' 1939 tor of St. Jolin 1ftle ~aptist. them again and again to deepen returned to Catholic University a line hpl'p .,lter an effect there. in Washington. In June of' 1940 One suspects that they have be was Ilamed assistant at Our done something of the same sort I.ady of the Isle and in 1941 Famous Reading HARD COAL s,erved as assistant at St. Wil- . where' their own texts are con­ cerned Obviously, these were Ham's,. Fall River. Dec. 3, 1941. NEW ENGLAND COKE not dashed off, but came slowly DADSON OIL BURNERS into final form, with many a revision and refinement. 2.c·Hour Oil Burner- Service To exam ine tbis book with tile Charcoal Briqun attention and concentration It deserves is to experience' un­ Ida Caal - Char..... usual pleasure. Beyond that, _d . even mot(~ rewarding, there Is LI NCOLN-MERCURY-COMET

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ecumenical council's third ses­ alOll, celebrated Mass in the chapel of Our Lady of Czesto­ chowa in 1ihe Vatican grottoes to mark the 18th anniversary of his consecration as a bishop. The Cardinal spoke of the nine-year novena being held in Poland to prepare 10r the 1,000 . anniversary of its conversion to Ohristianity in 1966. He said that "this preuara­ ion is already producing in us (Poles).8 deepening-of Christian life and we are already giving a more lively testimony of our faioth in Christ, rendered more fruitful 'by sacrifice. In suffering we oan know the Church of Christ again and better."

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Honor for Cardinal NEW YORK (NC)-An hon­ orary Doctorate of Law will be conferred upon Cardinal Suen­ ens, Archbishop of Malines­ Brussels, Belgium, by the Col­ lege of Mount. St. Vincent here next Sunday.

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Angelo S. Pacheco, Richard G. Hirtle, M,muel S. White, John A. DeMello, In Memory of MrIs. Mary Bonito Edward Marks Jr., Cecilia Simons, .George D. Sylvia, Manuel Baptista, John F. Har­ rington Joseph IVIarsh~, Adolph Bish­ op, Cabillo D'Egirio, Frank Grace, John Moniz Manuel E. Burgess, Rodney DeMello, Cecila Souza, William C. Bento, :[rene Souza George Pinto, Luciano Botel­ ho, Ralph Hamilton, Myron Moniz, George J. PeMello ORDlNANDUS: Rev. Mr. Manuel F. DeMello, Theophi­ Edward J. Donaghy of West Ius Moniz Jr., Edward Santiago, Roxbury will be ordained on Judy Schley, Joseph L. Souza Harry J. Schmitt, Friendly Ice May 30 by Bishop Connolly Cream, Francis Barret, Joaquin in St. Mary's Cathedral, Fall Figuerido, Ernest P. Cabral River, for service in the Dio­ John pl. Cabral, Joseph L. Di8l9, Antone Medeiros, Angelo ,oose of Sacramento, Calif. Burgess, Tony Andrews Stanley Santos, John Jacome, .Joseph A. Martin Frank Nunes Jr., George Sou­ Frank Re.go, John L. Silvia Jr., :za, ChaJ'les J. DeMello, Joseph John B. Pacheco F. MotuL, Charles DeMello Jr. Manuel M. Netto, Sistera of William F. Rapoza, Mrs. Ro­ the Holy Ghost Society :land Scannell, John Sylvia,· $12 Ralph ~:edwell, John Barttomei John A:ndl'8de, Lucy & Irene Santiago $10 8T. FRANCIS XAvmK Mary Rezendes, Alvinl Car­ doza, AlfTed Gonsalves, Matilda, $100 Miranda, Alice Andrade White's Farm Dairy Inc. Theodore Pires, Mildred .An­ $12 drade, R. Benoit, William De­ Mr. &: Mrs. Nelson Girard Ponte, George & Brenda Cabral $10 Mrs. Adeline Reine, Manuel Mr. &: Mrs. James R. White, Fernandes, Robert Roderick, Mr. & Mrs. Omer Pepin, Mr, & Mrs. Raymond McDermott, Mr. Benjamin F. Moreland Jr., Bela & Mrs. Lucien Landry, Mr. & Kiss Mrs. Arthur L. Blais " Wayne· A. Souza, Joseph F. Mr. 8: Mrs., Joseph A. Ber­ Ferreira, Richard L. Welch, geron, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Manuel C. Medeirsc, Mrs. Mary Broadhl:~rst, Mr. & Mrs. Roger" Rebello Allain, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Jar-" Anthony Ferreil'8, Agusta Al­ meida, JO;3eph Medeiros, Antone din, Mr, & Mrs. Amedee Gaut­ :reau. Correia, Mrs. Flora DeMello Claudette Gautreau, Mr. & Antone Correia, Thomas Fer­ reira, Joseph Figuerido, Hugh L. Mrs. Raymond J. Brodeur, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Pedro·Jr., Edward Moran, Manuel & Hilda Rapoza J. LyonH, Gertrude A. Lyons Mrs. B. W. Consentino, Manuel Mr. & Mrs. George Bastarache, Rodrigues, Laurence Goulart Sr.. David,B. Couto, Vivian Medeiros M!. & :\lrs. Julio Ruas, Mr. & Mrs. Romeo Pepin, Mr. & Mrs. Alan Brousseau, Carolyn J. Joseph P. Laughlin Jr., Mr. & Correllos, John H. Machedo, Mrs. Mrs. Charles F. White William Almeida, Joseph & Mr. & Mrs. Paul Rock, Mr. & Helen Gardner Maunel Cab l' a 1, Mary G. Mrs. Leo Gratton, Mr. & Mrs. Paul VioIlette, Mr. & Mrs. Gas­ Simons, Theophilus Moniz, Ble­ ton Surprenant, Mr. & Mrs. mil'O DeSouza, Olive DeSouza Ernest Marmaras, Mr. & Mrs. Lucille DeSouza, Ernest De­ Souza, Louis DeSouza, Manuel Gerard ~Jucharme F. Rapoza & Randolph, Law­ rence Sylvia Emily l~mernld, John F. Fer­ ~,T. ELIZABETH'S reira Jr., Joseph L. Souza, Fred $25 S. Travares, St. Anthony'. Ro~nd Authier Women'a Club Connor's Market Joseph Bishop, Robert K. Harborside Liquor Store Springer, John C. Frias, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Albert Sylvia Jr. WillIam Almeida, Fred P. Rose $15 Frank Nunes, Joseph Valeiro, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Oampos George W. Burgess, Joseph S. $10 Medeiros & Son, Helena L. Mr. & Mrs. James BI'8ke, Mr. Tavares ' Martha M. Tavares, Murice & Mrs. Anthony Duarte, Edgar­ Tavares, Mary Emerald, Virginia 'town Ollfe, Mrs. Axel Hoglund, Dr. & Mrs. William Wilcox Tavares, Jane Correllus Manuel F. Botelho, Manuel P., Romiza, J<,>seph T. Me<ieiTOfl, Donald M. Rose, Erne&"t Motta Ottola, DeMello, Milton- R. ~oares, Oscar Wolf, Frank Mc­ Nally, Daniel L. Pacheco Joseph Netto, Joseph Moniz, Edward ,Jr. White, Mary Costa, Mrs. William Amaral • PH.ARMAcy Frank Flora, Antone Oliver, kinda Furtado, John Meena, • He,aring Aid Co. Joseph Costa John Cordeiro, Manuel Tava­ • SUI'gical Appliance Co. res.Manuel Valadao & Family, Falmouth Daughters of Isabella, James Carreiro Irene A. Shea, Prop. Ric,harc. Monteiro, John Rap­ oza, Frank F. Medeiros, Abel Mello, Harney Williamson Jr. 202 - 206 ROCK STREET

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, This letter is typical of those that come from our missionary bishops who are labOring in countries where the Communists aM beginning to devastate lands and to renew the Crucifixion. As a matter of fact. It is Vet')' difficult for the propagatlO1l of the holy Faith at this time. In mGre than one parish where the godless Communists are reigning, I'e~ ligion is simply forbidden. The Catholics were told nGt to gG to Church, to catechism classes or to say prayerS: The Communl.. ts tell them that all these things are useless to the fatherland. One of my priests had to leave his three. parishes under the formal threat of death. The two catechists and two Sisters tried to stay, but were finally forced to leave. God save the poor sheep they left behind, for they are all new con­ verts! Another priest got out of his parish where he was constantly invited to attend Communist .meetings;', His three parishes are in -the middle of the jungle oecupied by the enemies of God's Holy Name. FIor the last confirmation, to.ur, in the most remote part ot my diocese I had to travel incognito so,as BOt to- arouse Communist notice. I was almost dro~ned by the violent waves which rocked the frail .craft packed with passengers' of all ages. Thank God we were safe and soun~, but the sacred vestments were soaked through. ,The hardships never scare my priests, however, wile n~d an~ deserve continued assistance in order to carryon JOY­ fully their sacrifices for the greater glory of God and the salv.. tion of souls."

May the. bishops and _priests of the Unite<i States,. whose eyett fall upon thIS letter hasten to make some sacrifice that we may forward it to the Holy Father for this bishop and many other bishops of the Church who are poor: To the latiy, too we send our appeal, inasmuch as you are brothers and sisters of the convert. mentioned in th!s letter. St. Pa:ul tells us that if one member of the Church suffers, the whole Church suffers. This is true of 'our physical body when, if our tOotQ aches, 9ur whole organism seems to share ~he pain. M~y our Catholic people translate week after week theIr love of ~he suffering, crucif~ Church throughout the world, and do some acts of self,.denial for the Holy Father and his Society for the Propagation of the Faith. GOD LOVE YOU -to Mr. P.R. and faMily for $70 "The oldest of our seven children is an aspirant to religious life and upon thinking of this and all the nice things our family has, we think it is time we share: TIlis 'is a combination of OUT income tax re- . turn, coupon refunds, cigarette· denials. and, of course the chil­ dren put in soine "of their baby, sitting money and their "gilt monies.' tt • • • to Mrs. W.K.S. for $3.15 "In thanksgiving for aU that we have. uPon completing the Nine Day Novena. This rep r llse nts that extra coffee each day; one cent for each phone call .pl~ced or -received; and two of our boys gave up their bu. ride. and used bicycles. Our family of eight Is happy to mare. hoping it helps someone In ' need." " ' . ",

. Why not give a GOD LOVE YOU MEDAL to the grad~te hi, your family? The ten letters of GOD LOVE YOU spell out a decade of the rosary as they, 'encircle.' the - medal originated by Bishop Sheen to honor the Madonna of ,the World. With your request and corresponding offer you may order one in any of the following styles: $ 2 Small sterling silver $ 2 ~all 10k gold filled $' 5 large sterling silver -~ large -Ok gold filled Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and man It to the Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 366 Fifth Avenue, New York 1, N.Y.; or your Diocesan Director, RT. REV. RAYMOND or. CONSIDINE, 368 North Main Street, Fall River, Mass.

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HONOR VISITING PRELATE: At a special convocation at Catholic University of nell, Frank Costh Jr., Mrs. Angie Cunha & Family, Mr. & Mrs. America the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters was conferred on Joseph Car­ Edward Dellefemine dinal Suenens, center, Archbishop of Malines-Brussels and Primate of Belgium. At left is Mr. & Mrs. Royal Demers, Mr. Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boyle of Washington, chancellor of the University, and at right & Mrs. Richard Young, Mary De Auxiliary Bishop William J. McDonald, rector of the university. NC Photo. ., Silva, Mrs. Dorothy Duncan, William Elliott Mr. & Mrs. Philip Hemingway Vineyard Slip Cover Shop, A. Mr. & Mrs. Emile Roberge, Mr.. Mrs. Virginia Ferreira, Mrs. B. C. Oil Co. & Mrs. Frank Mott, Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. Jr. . Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. Cou­ $25 Jay Hiller, Hiller Oil Co. Robert Flynn, Mr. & Mrs. James Mr. & Mrs. Francis S. Winsper lombe, Mrs. Jean Canha, Island Francis, Mr. & Mrs. Norman Mr. & Mrs. John Guerzoni, Mr. Insurance Agency, Goodale Con­ Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Foster Galimberti & Mrs. Maurice Pires, Melvina 9truction Co., Coca Cola Bot­ Dr. & Mrs. Archibald Senesac Mr. & Mrs. Walter Gerula, Gracia, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony tling Co. William Lundy Spinola, Mr. & Mrs. George Mrs. Mary Gonsalves, Miss Emily H. N. Hinckley & Son ln~., Mendes Mr. & Mrs. Herbert ArNda Hall, Mrs. Lulu A. Horton, Mrs. Manuel M. Maciel Inc. Vineyard Anna O. Kaltsas Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Hayes Mr. & Mrs. John Cardoza, Dry Goods Co. Inc., Mrs. Wil­ Mr. & Mrs. Frank Keegan, $20 Mary Mendes, Doris Rose, John liam P. Ennis, Mr. & Mrs. Jos­ Mr. & Mrs. Henry Klek, Richard Mr. & Mrs. Valmore Dubreun Pires, Mr. & Mrs. David Gillis, eph S. Bettencourt Lemieux, Mr. & Mrs. James· Claire Colleret $15 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Oliver, Lovely, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ma­ Florence Andre - Mrs. Emma Mr. & Mrs. Frank Estrella, Oli­ Mr. & Mrs. Robert Perry, Mr. chado Sylvia, Flora Andre & Mrs. Joseph Silva, Mr. & Mrs. ver's Paper Store, Tilton Lum­ Mr. & Mrs. Henry Machado, William Fairing Sr., Mr. & Mrs. $10 ber Co., MacInnis Jeweler Mr. & Mrs. G. McGinnes, Mr. & Albert Hagen, Mr. & Mrs. Mat... Mrs. Ann Kirk, Mr. & Mrs. Anton Swarts, Martha's Vine­ Mrs. John Mellen, Mr. & Mrs. thew Riley Jr. Manuel Moitozo, Mr. & Mrs. R. Manuel Baptiste, Mrs. Edward yard Bowling Inc., Mrs. Gabriel The Cross Insurance Company Hicks, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. Naughton Melro, Mr. & Mrs. Harold Mor­ American Cancer Society, Mr. & Sylvia, Mrs. John Roberts . ris, Mr. & Mrs. David Conellus Mr. & Mrs. T. Olean, Mrs. Mrs. Gilbert Silva, Mr. & Mrs. George St. Marie, Mr. & Mrs. Ardelia Oliver, Mr. & Mrs. Man_ Francis Coutinho, Dr. Joseph Philip Lukey Marcelino Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Frisch, ATSCO Oil Co., Harold uel Ormonde, Mr. & Mrs. John Pontifice, Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Lionel J. Saint, Mrs. Alexander W. Dugan, Carroll Trucking Co. S. Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Wellfleet Slattery Harold L. Baker Co., David's Mens Store, Island Electronics, Mr. & Mrs. William Sullivan, Glennon OUR LADY OF LOURDES Margaret Gamble, Helen Gam­ Dukes County Garage Co., Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. David Voorhees, ble, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Dias, $10 Alice Hanley Mr. & Mrs. Francis Yankee, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Alfonso, Dr. Mr. & Mrs. Autin Rose Jr. & Mrs. Leo M. Young & Mrs. J. Malcolm Arsnault Wareham Mrs: Louis Viera, Mr. & Mrs. Somerset Westport Raymond Boyce, Mr. & Mrs. ST. PATRICK'S Arthur Lemberg, Mr. & Mrs. ST. GEORGE ST. JOHN OF GOD $25 Gerald R. Anthony, Mrs. Mildred Mr. & Mrs. Hulot Haden $25 $50 DeValles Faida Carrier Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Card Holy Name Society Mr. & Mrs. Gerald LaBrie, St. Patrick's Circle Leonard Langlois St. Vincent de Paul Confer­ Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Prenda, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. John Shea Lawrence J. Luby ence & Mrs. George Wright, Mr. & $20 $20 Mrs. Maurice P. LaFrance, $10 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Francis, Mrs. Rosalina Cabral & Daugh_ Madeline Greenwood George Amaral, Manuel Au­ Mr. & Mrs. John Pilvines, Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Maynard, ters, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Gren­ gusto, Jose J. D'Arruda Jr., ier, Jacob Strunk, Joel D. Sun­ Ernest Kerwin, Mrs. Michael Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Heekin Maria )!'aria, Edmund Leandro $15 derland Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Moniz, Francis Maguire, Mary Morris, James T. Moran, Mr. & Mrs. $15 Mr. & Mrs. Leo Talesmanick Manuel G. Oliveira, Joseph Colin Gordon Mrs. Arthur Magnant & Hilda & Bernice Sylvia, Mr. & Perry, Manuel Sousa, Oliverino $10 Claire Mrs. Sylvester Gracia, Mr. & Suspiro Mr. & Mrs. Robert Klocker, Mrs. Z. Walter Janiak, Francis K. $10 Kenna Jesus, Manuel Fernandes ST. PATRICK Collins, Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Florence Allen, Wilhelmina Kelley Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Rosaire Jr., Frank Pina, Mr. & Mrs. An­ $50 Baptiste, Alipio Bartheho, Jo­ tone Andrade Dr. & Mrs. William Langfield Suprenant seph Bono, John B. Caron Mr. & Mrs. James Bergamasco, Louise Bettencourt, Mrs. Wil­ Doris LaFrance Raymond Cogswell, Joseph Mr. & Mrs. John Cardoza, Mr. & liam A. Mandly $20 Mrs. Walter Baptiste, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Cormier, Roger Cou­ Richard Harkins Mr. & MJ:'s. Charles Burke Miquel Campinha, Katherine tur, James M. Craig, Manuel $10 DosVais Barboza

Vineyard Haven Mr. & Mrs. Donald Montie Alford Dyson, Alfred J. Des­

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wicken­ Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Powers, marais, Oliver Fitzgerald, Wil­ den, Mr. & Mrs. Robert'V. Swee­ ST. AUGUSTINE Mrs. Irene Lowney ney, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Zora Sr., liam B. Ferguson, Joseph R. $25 Forest Mrs. C. Joseph Nowak, Mr. & A Friend South Dartmouth ·Amedee Goulet, Joseph P. Martha's Vineyard Insurance Mrs. Francis E. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Edward McCawley, Halloran, Warren Healy, Warren ST. MARY Agency Inc. & Mrs. Bollea, Normand $100 Martha's Vineyard National Margaret & Leonard Doyle, Mr. Johnson Marceau . & Mrs. Harold Atwood,Mr. & Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Flynn Bank Mrs. Joseph Govoni, Mr. & Mrs. Henri Menard, Harold Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Brady $20 Charles O'Rourke Manuel Moniz, John Morris, Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Mahoney R. M. packer Co. Inc. IMr. & Mrs. Antone Gomes, Robert E. Parent $75 North American Federal Sec­ Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mr. & Eugene Poitras, Eddie Ray­ Dr. & Mrs. John Diu urities Association Mrs. John Texeira, Mr. & Mrs. mond, Robert· Sylvia, Mr. & $50 . $15 Paul Kiernan, Mr. & Mrs. Albert Mrs. Franklin Sylvia, Alphonse Mr. & Mrs. Antonio J. Law­ Martha's Vineyard Launder­ Andrews. . M. Therien rence ette InC., Bert'a Barber Shop, Mr. & Mrs. Henrique de Silva, John J. Ward, John T. Ward

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$25 tUchard Shea Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Hudson $15 Mr. & Mrs. Chester Powers, Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Riley $10 Mr. & Mrs. Alex Arsenault,

Mr. & Mrs. Lynden Wordell,

Dr. & Mrs. Harry Small, Mar­ garet R. Riley, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph

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Charles Boyle, Edward W.

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Mrs. Charles P. Duffy, Mr. & Mrs. Dennis F. Duggan, Mr. & Mrs. John R. Cameron William F. Downey, Charles L. Bevans, Dennisport Phar­ macy, Manuel Santos, John Stacy, Mr. & Mrs. John O'Hara ADD ST PATRICK WAREHAM

Woods Hole ST. JOSEPH

$250 Paul McCusker

$50 Anonymous $30 Mrs. Virginia Brandenburg Frances B. Goffin

Fred E. Lux Mrs. William McCullough $25 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Leonard

Dr. & Mrs. Joel Melick $20 Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Beford, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Cavanaugh, Francis Cavanaugh, Thomas Turner $15 Mrs. Gloria McLean, John F. O'Rourke, Dr. & Mrs. William Smith, Mr. & Mrs. William Stone $12 Mr. & Mrs. William White $10 Mr. &: Mrs. Robert Betts, MI'. & Mrs. Edward Chicoine, Mrs.­ Mary Condon & John, Mr. &. Mrs. Joseph Coppenrath, Mr. & Mrs. Earl Creemer Cyrus Doiron, Mr. & Mrs. Sherwood Elder, Mrs. Deolinda Eldredge, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Garland, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Grady Mrs. Henry Hague, Mrs. John Hastay, Arthur Hennessey, Lee Side Cafe, Mr. & Mrs. William McNeece William Murray, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Noonan, Mr. & Mrs. James Reilly, Helen Scott, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Silva, Mr. & Mrs. Dom­ inic Vadala

For Mother Seton MANCHESTER (NC) -Pope Paul VI has authorized naming a new church in nearby Bedford for Blessed Elizabeth Seton, Bishop Ernest J. Primeau of Manchester has announced.

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'A:tt'lebo;o ST. MARY'" $100 , Mr. & Mrs. George Agostini Edgar A. Dyson . $20 Mr. & Mrs. Linus O'Brien $10 Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Cloutier, Mr. & Mrs. James Cole, Mr. & Mrs. Theodore D.eGrenier, Thom~s Freeman, Mr. & Mrs.

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$100 A Friend. Mr. & Mrs. James J. Coogaft $50 Rev. Armando A. Annunziato Rev. Daniel F. Moriarty A Friend Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Galvin Mrs. Winifred Ford Ce-ile Brais Mr. & Mrs. Albert Levesque Ie, Family . $40 " ' , Gertrude M. Cassidy . '. $25" .:. Mt. & Mrs. Robert Wessman PLAN MANPOWER TRAINING PROGRAM: A one-year project to help hard-cOre Mr. & Mrs. William Copley' 1IIr. & Mrs. Joseph Feeney unemployed persons in Lansing, Mieh., gets under way in the office of the U.S. SeCretary Mr. & Mrs. John Stapleton Jr. of Labor in Washington, with the signing of an agreement giving Federal Government South Yarmouth Walter McCann support to a job training program to be conducted by the Michigan Catholic Confer­ ST. pros TENTH Mr. & Mrs. Paul Raftery ence, Inc. The organization, ,~ponsol'ed by the state's Catholic bishops, will receive a Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Dorey $158

grant of $500,000 under the Federal Manpower Development and Training Act, signs the $20 Mr. &: Mrs. John F. Martin

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel DeVecchio, pact.: seated, Francis J. Coomes, executive secretary of the Catholic conference; Labor $100

Mr. & Mrs. H. Caldwell, Mr. & Secretary W. Willard Wirtz; Under Secretary Ivan A. Nestingen, Department of Health, St. Vincent de Paul Society

Mrs. W. F. 'Woloshyn, Agnes L. Education and Welfare. Standing Manpower Administrator John C. Donovan; Michigan's 81. Pius Tenth Guild _ Curley, Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Kear­ $30 . Senator Philip A. Hart and R1apresentative James G. O'Hara. NC Photo. DeY Bass River Liquor Store $15 $25 Mr. & Mrs. John Diaz, Mildred Hammond, .William H. Golden Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bouchard, Mrs. Ronhock, Mr. & Mrs. :Ralph Pur­ Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cipkowsk! Mary A. Bride, Mr. & . Mrs. ' Ruth (~ui1itzsch, Mr. & Mrs. cell Leary, Mr. & Mrs. C. S. Barris Mr. & Mrs. Charles Eager Sr., Mrs. Marion DePriest" Mr. ,J'oseph Withir,lgton, Mrs. James ' Lawrencl' Jahn90n, Mr. & Mrs. A Friend A. Battersby, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Joseph A. Riel • Mrs. Francis J. Doran : Jennings Oil Company Mr. & Mrs. Arthur'Barry, Mar,.. Poirier, Mr. & Mrs. William .Harry Doherty Fairhaven

Mr. c!~ Mrs. Joseph Satti, Mr. 'jorie Shea, Mr. & Mrs. MaxC7 Wambolt $15 & Mrs. Joseph Germaine, Mr.

ST. MARY'S Lewis . . Mrs. Doris Bennett; Walter & Mrs. Edward McCue, Edna Mrs. Ernest Eastman $12, Feid, Grace Feid, Mr. & .Mrs. S~iger, Mr. & Mrs. James Pever , <Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ohaisson $58 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Paulus, Charles Sullivan, Mrs. Katherine $10 John McGowan, Mr. & Mrs. R. St. Vincent de Paul Societ,' ,Mr. & Mrs. Edward Carroll, Dr. A. Marcoullier Mrs. Stephen Canty, Mrs. Ro­ Lacasse, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bat­ $38 Mr. & Mrs. James A. Dia­ .·land Connors, 'Daggett's Market • Mrs. Kenneth A. Atwill. Mr. tersby, Mr. & Mrs. Delphis Soul­ Margaret Driscoll II: Mrs. Hugh Donnelly

mond, Mr. & Mrs. George White, Her, Mr. & Mrs. S, Wnuk ' Mr. & Mrs. Francis Durant, Mr. $10

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'100 ltlr. &; Mrs. William FentoB Alan P. Cusick 'Andrew Leddy $50 Robert Thrasher In Memory of Mr. & :Mrs. .Joseph L. Chaisty Dr. John Fenton Harold Sheehan Dr. John F. Mulhern $30 Charles O'Connell $25 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lehan Dr. John J. Gregg Edward McNamara James Ward Mr. & Mrs. Norman Grise Margaret V. Neenan Mr. & Mrs. Richard SmerdoB $20 Mr. & Mrs. Francis P. Norton Maureen Nicol, Anna Rafter Daniel A. J. Doyle, Mr. & Mrs. John B. Grant, Mr. & Mrs. Wal-· ter Fitzgerald, Willi ."'\ McCor­ mack '15 Lawrence Call a han, David Fuller, Francis Pinto, .Joseph Quinn William Clifford, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Cote, Mrs. Daniel A. .J. Doyle, Leonard Walsh $1Z

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John Alden Charles Cote $10 Lillian Bannon, Robert Beau­ Heu, Mrs. Myrtle Blake, Fred­ rick Bousquet, John Carroll John Corr, John C. Delang, Joseph Duffy, William Donnelly, Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Finnegan Mrs. Lor e tta Fitzgerald, Charles Fitzsimmons, Fl'ederick Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Augusta Flan­ agan, Mary Fountain Edward Gaudette, Rita Gau­ thier, Mrs. Edward L. Kiernan, Edward L. Kiernan, Mrs. John Lawson Joyce Letendre, Elimbeth Long, Josephine Long, Mrs. Ag­ nes Lynch, Mr. & Mrs. David Martin Antone Mattos, Mr. & Mrs. Fl'ancis P. McCabe, Marion G. McDonald, M abe 1 McGovern, William McGowan Alice McKenna,' Ruth Mc­ Kenna, Susan McKenna, Dennill McSweeney, Patrie McSweeney Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Moran, John J. Mrocka, William Mur­ ray, Mrs. Horace Nagle, Barbara O'Brien Edm un d O'Brien, Anna' O'Keefe, Mrs. Catherine Orsi, Wm. William Orsi, Helen Pouliot Mario Rlva, Harold Tatro, James A. Tranter, Mary Mar­ garet Welch, Michael Welch Paul Zopatti, Robert Boreri, Stephen Boreri, M a I' j 0 I' i e Boreri, Carlton Caron, William Chamberlain Louis Chiesa, Grace Clinton, Thomas Corr, Joseph Dooley, Louis Gilchrist Mrs. Louis Gilchrist, Arthur Harpin, Mary Lynch, William Martin, Dr. James Matesang John McAloon, D<Jrothy Mc­ Glynn, Grace McGlynn, Mary G•. McLea!l', George Megan Robert Men a I' d, Lawrence Munise, John Murphy, Francis O'Boy, Daniel O'Connell Joseph O'Donnell, .Vincent O'Neill, Pauline Orsi, Robert Perry, Edward D. Powers Mrs. Wm. Rayment, Wilfred Saint, Joseph N. Scarano,' John Thomas, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Toledo, Gerald Tripp Harry Alexander Elizabeth Brady, Margaret Brady, Mrs. Louise Bacigalupo, Mary Bar­ rington Mrs. Margaret Bentley, Jo-' sephine Bettencourt, Jackalyn Blevins, John J. Campion, Mrs. Anne· Carroll Marguerita Claffy, Thomas E. Clark, Harold Cleary, T. Howard Corr, William Costello Catherine Coyle, Robert Daly James Downing, Mrs. James V. Duffy, George Fantacone Robert Faria, Thomas Fitz­

Pa'f1'1ek, Ann Fitzsimmons, Mr.' Mrs. John Fitzsimmons, Mar" Fitzsimmons . Winifred Flaherty, Francie Flynn, Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. Foley, Mary L. Foley, Robert Freeman Mrs. Charles Gillon, Mary

Gorman, W a 1tel' Gonzalski,

Michael Grady, Mrs. Sarah

Hayes

Lester Hevner, David Higgins,

Donald Holmes, Theresa Ken­

nedy, Mrs. Mary Leonard

John F. Lima, Mrs. Charles

Lincoln, Rommie Loudd, Joseph

D. McAloon, Brian McClellan Robert McClellan, Patricia McClellan, Phyllis McElroy, Charles O'Leary, Margaret Mar_ . tin Mr. & Mrs. Andrew McBreen, Edward McCaffrey, William Mc­ Caffrey Jr., Frederick McClel­ lan, James McGovern Francis J. McGuirk, John' Medas, Joseph Medeiros, John: Morey, William Mulhern Francis Mulholland, . James . Mulholland, John Mulholland, Mary Mulholland, Alice Muvey Arthur Murphy, Dr. Thomas O'Brien, John O'Connell, Mrs.· John O'Connell, Edmund O'Con- . nor, Mr. & Mrs. John O'Hearne; Joseph O'Hearne, Ralph' D .. O'Sullivan, Joseph Padula, Leni Palazesi Mr. & Mrs. Walter Parker, James Pine, Mrs. A. Poucell, George J. Reilly, Evelyn Rice George Rose, Albert Ryan, Mrs. Walter Skwarlo, Matthew Slusack, Daniel B. Sullivan, Francis Sullivan, Albert Wilson, Donald Wotherspoon Bruce M. And!l'ews, Jame6 Car­ ney, Mrs. John Carr, Mrs. Nora'. Chase, James Cole . Margaret Coleman, Dr Ed'Wllrd Coyle, Mrs. J'8ne Cronan, Ern'est' W. Dawson, Howard DonQhue Manuel J. Farias, David Fer­ nandes, John Fernande6, T. Jos­ eph Galligan, Mrs. Lewis Gilbert Joseph MacDonald, Eugene J. O'B!l'ien, Mrs. Daniel Perry, Rus-· sell Peterson, Mrs. MiriQm Reilly Joseph Rose, Mrs. Fnlnk ~­ . ter, Francis J. Shaw

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HOLY ROSARY

$20 Stanley Radwanski $10 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Arcilrows1d M!l'. & Mrs Fmnk Biedak & Fern­ ·ny, Mrs. BerthQ ~olster, Mr. ~ Mrs. Joseph Drewniany, Mr. &: Mrs. Aldo Fasolo Mr. & Mrs. Walenty Gorczyca, Mrs. Magdalena Kudzia, Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Levesque, M!l'. & . Mrs. Joseph Lichacz, Mr. & Mrs. John Losowski . Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nichols, Mr. & Mrs. Augustine Perry Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Sroczynski, Anna Stanek, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Tabak, .

Attleboro ST. THERESA

$50

Donald Boardman

$25 . Mrs. Henry Lachance $20 Cli:fford Duclos $15 Patrick' Byrnes $10 Joseph Vierra, Henry MorIn, Laurent Dubuc, Raymond MUos, Mrs. John O'Connors . ' . . Thomas Huil, George Redding­ ton, George Dl,lquette, Mrs. Sarah Langlois, John Oliveira _ Robert Foley, Stanley Gav';' lick, William Cauley, Philippe Barrette, Edward Messier . Michael Osienski, Norman St. Germaine, Hubellt Dussault, Gerard Marcotte, Louis Thibo­ deau Ralph Crook, James Burke, Thomas Leedham Jr., Raymond Messier, Alphonse Mathieu Mrs. David Fuller, Roland Desmarais,. Richard Murray, Normand Vachon, George Old­ . ham, Harry Burns, Vincent Girard Francis Bouchard Family, Irv­ ing Blais

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Roca, Mr. & Mrs. Raymon4

Simoneau

Mrs. Patricia Smith, Mr. c!I

Mrs. John R. Sweeney Jr., Mr.

&; Mrs. Peter Wieliczko, Mr. a.

Mrs. Peter Wood

ST. STEPHEN'S

$25

Holy Name of St. stephen's

Caron Granite Co.

Mr. & Mrs. Club of St. StepheB

Ladies of St. Ann's of St.

Stephen

C.Y.O. of St. Stephen's

Children of st. Mary's of St.

Stephen's

Mr. & Mrs. Wilfrid Lefebvre

$20

Mr. & Mrs. Romeo Vanasse

$15

Bonnie Bakery

$10

Ernest Doucette, Mr. &; Mrs.

George P. Boyd, George Mar­

quis, Mr. & Mrs. Donat Raymond,

Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Daneau

Bertha Loranger, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Medlin, Stephen Daneau, .. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Healey, Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Raymond MarjQrie Wright, Robert PrI­

meau, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cour­

chesne, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph zg,.

bek, Flora Papineau

MISSION CLUB: Members of St. Cecilia's Mission Club plan first annual dance,to be held Thursday night, June 11 at VFW Hall, Fall River. rroceeds will benefit Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, St.. Anthony's Convent, Fall River. From left, seat~, Mrs. Bertha Lopes, vice­ president; Mrs. Elsie Santos,- 'past 'president; rear, Miss Marilyn Morango, Miss Pat O~bral•. ST. JOHN

$250 , Mr. & Mrs. James A. Car«l3' $100 Dr. & Mrs. Vincent O'Donnell $35 Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Lofgren . $25 Edward Tatro Mr. & Mrs. Basol Mulligan $20 Mrs. James O'Neil $15 Mrs. James Doyle, Mr. & Mn. George Driscoll $10 Mr. & Mrs. George Cloutier, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Zito, Mrs. -Margaret McEvoy, Mrs. Ludivine' Dyer, Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Yar­ . bol'o Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chapman, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Allard, Mr. . & Mrs. Thomas Bellavance, Mr.. . & Mrs. Harvey Barton, Mrs.· "Margaret Branaghan' Charles Bryson, Mrs. 'Paul Bul- . loCk, George Caldwell, Mr. &­ .~s. Charles Clarke, Mrs: Eliza­ beth Coleman .. Mr.·& Mrs. Joseph Cox, Miss , Ann DeLitta, Mrs. Havilah Fish:. er, Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Fox .Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Frigon, Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Gagnon, Mr.. & Mrs. George Gay, Mrs. Cath­ erine Gethro, Mary Gilroy Agnes Gormley, Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Gulino, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hanlon, Mr. & .Mrs. Roy Henderson, Mr. &: Mrs. David Holmes Mrs. Helen Holt, Mrs. Barbara Houle,Eileen Hyde, Mr. & Mrs. Emil Joseph, Mr. & Ml's. Ernest Jost Sr., Mr. & Mrs. John Keane Jr.. Mr. & Mrs. Walter· Leach, Loret­ ta Maland, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest

Marques, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Maynard Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Nyzio, Mrs. Jeremiah O'Brien, Mr. &: Mrs. Herbert Patriquin, John Pickering Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Rich­ ard Pierce . Mr. & Mrs. George Pion, Ed­ ward J. Pucko, Mr. & Mrs. Car­ mine Roea, Mr. & Mrs. Frank

ST. JOSEPH $50 Mr. &: Mrs. Oscar DesrosteN $25 .' Conseif Jeanne D'Arc No. 263 $20 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Mullins, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Demers; ,Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Pine $15 Donat Desrosiers $10 Mr. & Mrs. George Bartholo­ mei, Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Lemire, Miss Raymonde Isabelle, Mrs. Adelard Turgeon, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bellonzi ' Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Piette, Valeda Gibeault, Miss Leona Gibeault, Miss Jeannette Dupuis, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald. Bergevine' Mr. & Mrs. Paul Simp'son, Mr. & Mrs. Louis LaBelle; Mr. & Mrs. Felix Desmarais

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THE ANCHOR-

Thurs., May 21, 1964

Taunton SACRED HEART

$500 .·Rt. Rev. Francis McKeon $100 .. St. Vincent de Paul Confer­

bce $25 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel J. Ryan Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Taylor $20 Ernest J. Mador $15 Mr. & Mrs. Veto Stasunas D. Gardiner O'Keefe, J. How­ II'l:d O'Keefe, Mrs. Mynette Dew­ hurst . $12 'Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Souza $10 Mr. & Mrs. James Mello, Mr. II: Mrs. Angelus Burgess, Mr. & Mrs. John Lavigne, Mr. & ~rs. William Andrade, The Barker I'amily R A D I 0: Rev. Robert Mrs. Howard Chadwick, Mrs. Kearns, M.M., is organizing Francis W. Clemmey, Catherine Crowninshield, Cornelius Field radio educational programs Mrs. Francis Fisher, Mr. & that 13tart at 4 :30 in the Mrs. Charles Lynds, Gertrude morning for an area in the McBreen, Mrs. Luke McBreen, mountains of interior Peru Gladys McIsaac McPhee Family, Mr. & Mrs. that has an illiteracy of 70 Oscar Maynard, William Meehan per ce:lt. NC Photo. Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Mendes, Jos­ eph O'Neill ST. ANTHONY Mr. & Mrs. George Silva, Mr. $500 & Mrs. Claude Simmons, Robert Simmons,' Shirley Simmons, Re\l'. Maurice Souza Maydelle A. Smith $50 Virginia Waldron, Mr. & Mrs. Rev. Miguel Pinto Raymond Brodeur, Mrs. Dorothy A Friend Conley, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Gauthier, Mr. & Mrs. James H. $25 :Lynch Aristides Andrade Mr. & Mrs. Roland Renaud, Francisco Rego Eugene Sullivan $24 , Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J. Har­ Francisco Pacheco rison, Mary Kennedy, Claire Leddy, Mr. & Mrs., Claude Cor­ $20 Daglia, Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Eliza Cordeiro, Charles Fer­ Simmons reira, P~ter Nolan , Dorothy Triveri, Mr. & Mrs. $15 Oharles Rusconi, Mr. ok Mrs. Augm:t Lopes, Frank Vaz' Rene St. Yves, Mr. & Mrs. Eino $10 Silvan, Mrs. Harriet Mansfield Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Dennen, Antone Abreau, Louise Agrena. Marion Murphy, Mr. & Mrs. Jose AI~uiar, Antone Almeida. Matthew Strojny, Mr. & Mrs. . Alfred Amaral lohn Haggerty Mary Amaral, Robert Amaral, i\lfred Andrade, Antone An­ HOLY FAMILY drade, Eva Barker $100 Raymond Beaulieu, ioaquim Holy Family Women's Guild . Camara, Joseph Cardoza, George $50 Carvalho, Mary F. Cayton Holy Family-St. Vincent De John Coelho, Manuel C~rdeiro, Paul Conference Richard .cordeiro, Manuel Cor­ $25 reia, Laurentina Costa Katherine K. Cambell Raul Costa, Frank Coute. Walter Starvish Laurentina Craven, Antone Da­ 115 Costa, Evelyn DeMello Manuel Gomes, Mrs. Mary Manuel DaRosa, Adelard Dion; Olsey John Enos, Peter Fernandes, $10 Charles Ferreira Helen Mitchell, Mr. ok Mrs. Laura Ferreira, Seraphim Fer­ Antonio Gomes, Joseph Mendes, reira, M3nuel Fontes, Francisco IIfr. & Mrs. Francis Conaty" Frank, Delfina Grandfield Raoul Ducharme A(lice Kaloust, Gilbert King, Mr. & Mrs. William Willette, Clarence Lancaster, Rob e r t Arnold Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ Lema, John Lima mond St. Yves, Mr. ok Mrs. Antone Lopez, Roy McGreevy, ,Joseph Tavares, Lois A. King Joseph Macedo, Elpidio Marques. . Ellen Ryan, Charles Kenyon, Agnes Martin Eugene Lecuyer, Mrs. Julia Andrew MarshaIT, Bella Mede­ Grover, John Zeiba rios, Joseph Mendoza, Francisco Michael Larkin, Fred Silvia. Moitoza, Louis Mueda Lawrence Gagnon, Mr. ok Mrs. Antonio Oliveira, James Pa­ Nelson Robitaille, Mrs. Claire checo, Alfred Paiva, Albert Auger Pateneaude, Edward Pateneaude Mr. & Mrs. Charles Sheehan, Antone Perry, Edward Pin­ Mr. & Mrs. William Araujo, Mr, heiro, Edward Pontes, Anthony II: Mrs. Manuel Correia, Mr. 8;; Ramalho, Edward Rank Mrs. Antone Pacheco, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Baran Franci!: Rego, John Rose, John Santos, Alfred Silva, Anthony Mr. & Mrs. Roger Roy, Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Simas, Joseph Silvia Nardoza, Stephen Punda, Maber Cora J. Smith, Frank Soares, Starvish Joseph Souza, Alfred Sylvia, Peter Conlon, Charles Eugenio, Joseph S::>ares Mr. & Mrs. William McGrath, Silvino Souza, stanley Souza, Mary Leal, Jane Picard F.rederick S y 1 v i a, Alfred Mrs. Blanche Picard, Mr. & Teixeira, Alfred Teixeira Mrs. John Horta, Mr. & MT'S. Arthur Tremblay, Arthur.Ven­ loaquin Correia, Mrs. Margaret 'tura Jr., Arthur Ventura, John David, Frank Mendes Vieira, Joseph Victorino, Joseph Richard Ducharme Antone Vinc~nt·· Gomes Casimiro' Fernandes,., , David Amaral, Joseph R. Am­ lohn 'Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. arill, Francisco Costa, Manuel' loseph Ca!;tro -' ,':I:. :qo~~ Joseph" D~osta ."'. Edmond Gae:ne. Matthew Mas_ Antone Lopes, Joseph. Pacheco ....&OD Robert Sllvi.a. Jolm Souza

'jlT. PAUL

$600

Rt. Rev. Joseph C. Canty

$100

In Memory of Rev. John Griffin

$30 Mr. & Mrs. Matthew McCarthy $25 Edward Brennan Mrs. Edward Brennan St. Paul's Women's Guild $20 MI. & Mrs. James Duffy Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Spinelli, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Stratton Mr. & Mrs. Waldo G. Witherell $15 Manuel Martin, Mr. & Mrs. Richard Silva $10 Mn. Edmund Arvidson, MT'S. Arthur Benoit, Mr & Mrs LeRoy Bernard, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred BQUrl~et, Mr. ok Mrs. Lawrence Bradllhaw Mr & Mrs. Gerald Caron, Mr. . MOST DISTINGUISHED: ok Mrs. James Cassidy, Mr & Mrs Wilfred Champagne, Edward Bishop Joseph O. Bowers, Corr Sr., Mr. ok Mrs. Francis Cot­ S.V.D., of Accra, Ghana, trell West Africa, is called the Na])oleon Dacier, Mrs. Napo­ leon Dacier, ~r. & Mrs. Robert most distinguished alumnus Dennis, Mr. ok Mrs. Harold of the Divine Word Semi­ Dion, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Drew­ nary, Bay St. Louis, Miss. niak He returned there Monday Mr. & Mrs. William Driscoll, to sing a Solemn Mass Mrs. Theodore Dupuis, Eleanor . marking the 25th anniver­ Dwyer, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Fer­ nandes, Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred sary of his ordination. NC Photo. Foucault Mr. & Mrs. Montcalm Four­ nier, Mr. & Mrs. Raldo Giova­ Mr. & Mrs. Louis Ladebauche, nelli, Paul Gousie, Mr. & Mrs. Louise Ladebauche, Paul Lade­ Raoul Gousie, Mr. & Mrs. John bauche, Edward Lamoureaux Hall 13r. Mrs. Edward Lamoureaux, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Hudson, & Mrs. Leo A" Leroux, Mrs. Catherine Kelley, William H. . Joseph Masterson, Mary Master­ Kelly, Mrs. Leo Kennedy, Mr. son, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Mitton • Mr'll. Paul Kingsbury Robert Moniga, Mr. & Mrs. llIr!r. " Mrs. Roger Kingsbury. John Morris, Thomas Noonan,

Mrs. William Opheim, Mr. II: Mrs. Roland Paquette Mr. & Mrs. George Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Phillippino, Mr. & Mrs. George. Sheldon, Mrs. Arthur Sonnenberg, Ern est Prado Joseph Racicot, Corilla Rodier, David Rogers, Edward Roster, Mrs. Frank Shumway . Mr. &; Mrs. Aristide St. Pierre, Mr. & Mrs. Adjutor St. Pierre, Judith Stratton, Mr. ok Mrs. Ed­ mond Thadeu. Mr. & Mrs. Frank Tosti Raymond DiResto, Mrs. Ray­ mond DiResto, Mr. & Mrs. James Hackett, Mr. & Mrs. Tom McMann, Barbara McMann. Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Lemieux ST. JACQUES $3&0

Rev. !'. Anatole Desmarais $100 Rev. Andre P. Jusseaume $~'

Anonymous

$%0 Lazare Tremblay '$10 Donald Beauvais, Harry Bel­ anger & Family, Euclid Boivin Jr., Francois Boivin, Helen Boivin Andrew Cameron, Edmond Casey, Theolinde Champagne Theresa C. Courcy, Charles Cyr Elzear Cyr, AIda Deniger, Albert Desrosiers, Jean Desro­ siers, Philippe Dumoulin Normand Gaouette, Felix Gir­ ard, Normand Hamel, Philippe Lafleur, Henri Lamoureux Elias Martin, Joseph Masse, James Morin, Omer Nadeau, Clive Olson R 0 1 and Pelletier, Mrs. Agnes Riley, Raymond Starvish, Joseph A. Tremblay, Albion Wilford, Richard Wilford .

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6th Diocesan

cya FR. BERNARD SULLIVAN

21, 1964

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CONVENTION

Sunday, May 31, 1964 1 P.M-6 P.M.

路FR. WALTER SULLIVApt . Diocesan Fall River Area

Attleboro

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"Ecumenism" a ca路11 to .the

Lay Apostolate today.

Fa. FRANCIS CONNORS

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Taunton

1964

ST• .JOSEPH

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$100

'll:"':fd

Assumpta Guild Holy Name Society St. Vincent De Paul Soefety Dr. & Mrs. Robert Mealy

ST. L.'\'''''''''''\;{'E Sl' I Dr. & Mrs. Jo:-n\] B~lldwir. Mr. & ~. Johr B, O'Rourke

$50

Florence Miller Walter G. Powers $35 Dr. & Mrs. Maurice Logaee $25 Mr. &: Mrs. Ralph Cutillo Mr. & Mrs. Michael Weletb Helen Dahill Mr. &: Mrs. Henry Werner Maribeth Dahill Margaret Smith Helen Smith The Kervick Family Egther Johnson $20 Peter Shea, Mr. & Mrs. Jessa Bettencourt

$75

Mr. & Mrs. John Kenney $5D

Andrew P. Doyle

Paul & Marion Keane

Neil C. Fitzgerald

~. Kelleher

$30

Mrs. Mary Wheaton

$25

Christopher J. Limerick Jr. The Meggison Family . Mr. & Mrs. Albert Silva Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Wood Friend Mr. & 'Mrs. Charles Perry Elizabet"ll V. ·Foster

$20 Mr. & Mrs. George Breen, Mr. It Mrs. James Goldrick, Mrs. Louis Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Gillis, Mol". • Mrs. Willis H. Goodwin 'U5 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bedard, Mr. • Mrs. Daniel Driscoll $15

515 Mr. & Mrs. Leon St. Pierre, Mary McNearney

$12 Mr. & Mrs. Albert Wagner, Mr. HONORS NATION'S HBROE:S: The Archbishop of New York, Francis' Cardinal Spellman, who is also Military Vicar of the U.S. Armed Forces, placed a wreath before &: Mrs. Joseph McKenna 510 the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National Military Cemetery in Arlington, Va. Mr. &: l\Ilrs. C.Emmett Calvey, The occasion was part of the relig-ious observance of the centennial of the founding of' Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Chisholm, Mr. the cemetery inMay, 1861. NC Photo. & Mrs. Joseph Corcoran, Susan

Mr. & Mrs. Fergus BolteR, '.1"8. Kattherine Sherman William Morris, Mr. &: Mrs. $18 James Payton, Mr. & Mrs. Le(I Mrs. Theodore Ambadgis. Mr. Poisson It Mrs. James .Buckley, Mr. &t Mr. & Mrs. George Ponte, Mrs. Norman Bergeron, Mrs. Susan Shannon, Mr. &: Mrs, ~anna Calnan, Friend Walter Shephard, Mr. &: Mrs Edward CarneY. Mrs. Myrtle Francis Smith, Mr. &: Mrs. - &sh, Mrs. Frederick' Choquette,­ Arthur Soares ,Mr. -& Mrs. William E. Cleary, Mr. & Mrs. James W. Stot Jr., Mrs. Stanley Danzell Margaret Sullivan, Mr. ,& Mrs. Anonymous, 'Mr. & Mrs. John Robert Sullivan, Mr. &: Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Agnes Downey, Mr. John Tierney, Mr. & Mrs. Aslak • Mrs. James Doyle, Agnes Tobias!'en , 'Driscoll Mr. & Mrs. Merton Walker, :Mr. & Mrs. Norman Edwards, Mrs. Margaret White, Mr. &: Mrs. I'rancis Fish, Mr. & Mrs. WH­ Glenwood Wilbur, Mr. & Mr3. . '.am Fisher, ,Mr. & Mrs. Francis Peter Ziemba Foley, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Cuerreiro ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA Mrs. Robert Hart. Mr. & Mrs. $50 Ralph Hill; Mary LOUise Horne, Rev. Gerard BoisveI't Mr. & Mrs. Robert Horne, Mr. Rev. John FoIster It: Mrs. Joseph Kelleher Loui,: Parent Mrs: Margaret Kessell, Mr. & $25 Mrs. John Kraljic, Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. Galipeau

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ST. JAMES $100 Mr. & Mrs. Louis Coholan Dr. & Mrs. James Quinn $75 Dr. Daniel Harrington Msgr. Noon Parish Circle $50 Rev. Albert F. Shovelton $25 Mr. & Mrs. James Bolton Helen L. Crowley Alice T. Donnelly Dr. & Mrs. Byron Ford Mr. & Mrs. Herman Saunders Clifton Sullivan The Baldwin Family Mr. & Mrs. Henry Tavares Mr. & Mrs. Romeo Barabe $20 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy F. Mc­ Crohan, Genevieve Murray, John O'Connor, Dr. William O. Connor, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Peternel, John M. Quinn Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Martin Jr. $15 Mr. & Mrs. James Collins, Mr. & Mrs. Adam Zych $12 Mr. & Mrs. Armand Pariseau Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Tschaen Jr. $10 John Bauer Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Donat Bernier, Mr. & Mrs. /?.eorge Braga, Isabel Carvalho, Virginia Carvalho Edward Clark, Francis Coffey, Mrs. Richard Darling, Anna Donov~n, John Downey Lawrence C. Fanning, John E. Fost~r, Mr. & Mrs. Philias J. Fournier, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E. Francis, Mrs. Antoinette Gim­ areese ~r. & Mrs. Charles Greaves, Joseph Hampson, Mrs. Jos~ph Hebert, Mr. & Mrs. Harold K. Herlihy, Mr. & Mrs. Arsene Houle Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Jadlowe, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Kavanaugh Jr., Mrs. Iv.:orti­ mer Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. Milton Lawrence Mr. & Mrs. Edward Leary, lzabel Lima, Mr. & Mrs. Law­ rence Lopes, Mr. & Mrs. James McCann, Mr. & Mrs. Edward G. Mello Mrs. Mary Morency, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Neves, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Pacheco, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Perry, Mr. & Mrs. George Pimentel Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ratajack, Mrs. Harry Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Francisco Rocha, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Roderiques, Donald Souza Mr. & Mrs. George Souza, Mrs. Clinton Starkie, Mrs, Tlsie Starre, Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Stupalski, Nancy Towers Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Turner, Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. George Young Robert Boulanger, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Bourgault, Beverly Gibson Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Hathaway Mrs. Inez Hayes Mr. & Mrs. Diego Martino, Mrs. Inez Motta, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Moss, Joseph O'Brien Mrs. Evie'M. Perry . Mr. & Mrs. Enrico Picinisco Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Rene Racine, Mrs. Helen A. S. Ross, Mr. & Mrs. James Sylvia, Mr. & Mrs. John Sylvia Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Teixeira, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Theodore, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Theodore, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Thorn, Mr. II; Mrs. William Tuite Mr. &: Mrs. James E. Brockle­ hurst, Mr. & Mrs. Lionel· Blan.. chard, Mr. & M;rs. Theodore A. Gauthier, Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Gioiosa, Mrs. Mary King Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Rousseau, 'Mrs. Ann Splaine ST. THERESA $100 Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Lemieux $20 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Carrier $15 Mr. & Mrs. Wilfrid HoMe $10 Mr. & Mrs. Mederic Vigeant, Mr.. " Mrs. Vito Morra, Herve Allam, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Hogan Mrs. Lucille Bourgeois

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nest Meads Mr. & Mrs. Manuer Meno, In Memory of Mary Mendonca, Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Miranda, Mrs. Othylia Mosettig, Lillian M. Oli­ vier, Maria Pais Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Illdebrando A. Perry, Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Perry & Daugh_ ter, Mr. & Mrs. George V. Pi-· mental, Mr. & Mrs. Albino San­ tos Mr. & Mrs. Frank Silva, Mr. & Mrs. Louis Silv , Mr. & Mrs. Manuel A. Silva, Paul Silveira, Alice D. Silvia Mr. & Mrs. Frank Souza, Marie Souza, Mr. & Mrs. An­ thony Sylvia Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Ar­ thur M. Sylvia, Mr. & Mrs. William Sylvia Anna Vieira, Flora Vieira, Mr. Mrs. Charles Xavier

New Bedford

TO STONEHILL: ·Cecilia Medeiros, senior at Domini­ can Academy, Fall River, and the daughter of Mrs. Maria Medeiros, Our Lady of Angels parish, has received a partial scholarship to Stonehill College, where she plans to major in mathemat­ ics. A four year hopor stu­ dent, she has been active in orchestra, sports and de­ bating. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST $100 Aubertine Funeral Home S1. Vincent de Paul $50 St. John Couples Club Dr. & Mrs. Manuel F. Sousa $30 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Rodriguew $25 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Goulart Dr. & Mrs. Norbert V. Perry $2. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Cock­ shuU, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Fer­ reira, The Flores Family, Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Hall, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Perry $15 Mr. & Mrs. Fernando Cruz, St. John Ladies Guild, Frank San­ tos, In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. M. L. Sylvia $10 Mr. & Mrs. Walter Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Jose Almeida, Alva Alves, Mr. & Mrs. Ronald F. Amaral, Laurinda Andrade & Mrs. Al­ bertina Camara In Memory of Mary C. Arru­ da, Mr. & Mrs. John Augustine Sr., Mrr. & Mrs. John Augustine Jr., Joseph, Avila, Helena Bar­ tholo Mr. & Mrs. Dennis P. Bruce, Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Cabana, Mrs. Alvara Cabral, Mr. & Mrs. Man­ uel Cabral, Miss Bemvinda Cal­ das Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Caldas, Mr. & Mrs. V. Manuel Ca­ mara, Ma.rjorie Cockshutt, Mrs. Mary Correia, Mr. &. Mrs. Au­ gusto Costa . Mr. & Mrs. Douglu Cree,· Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Deschenes, Lucy E. Dias, Mr. & Mrs; Dic;mel. Duarte, MIi'.· & Mrs. Harry Dun­ ham Mr. II; Mrs. Bernard Dutra, Mr. II; Mrs. Walter Espinola, Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Evangelho, Alice Fagan, Ma~ Fagan Cesar Fernandes, Mrs. Alice Ferreira, Lawrence Ferreira, Mrs. Maria J. Ferreira & Daugh_ ters, Mr. & Mrs. George Fish Mr. & Mrs. Michael Foley, Mr. II; Mrs. Stanley Franczyk, A Friend, Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Gon­ salves, Mr. & Mrs. John Gon­ salves Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gracia, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gracie, Mr. & Mrs. Normand Lepire, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Machado, Mrs. Fran­ cisco Maduro Mr. & Mrs. John Maduro Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Mahoney, Mr. & Mrs. Frank S. Marks, Ev­ elyn Marshall, Mr. & Mrs. Er­

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Mrs. Wilfrid Constant, Mr & Mrs Claire Carpenter Mr. & Mrs. J. Herve Arsenault Mr. & Mrs. Wilfrid Leblanc, Mrs. Ernestine Bourassa, Mr. & Mrs. George Mandeville, Mr. & Mrs. Donat Bourassa Mr. & Mrs. Edward Melanson, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Despres, Mr & Mrs. Richard Renoir, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Methot, Mr. & Mrs. Adelard Lemenager Mr. & Mrs. Robert L'Heureux, Mr. & Mrs. Ligouri Girard, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cormier $10 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lawrence, Irene Adam, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Salvail, Mr. & Mrs. Marcel Lareau, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Pou­ liot Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Briggs, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Armand Fredette, Mrs. Simonne Rousseau, Dr. & Mrs. Clarence Leblanc Mr. & Mrs. R'ne Dupont, Mrs·· Aurelie Fredette

ST. JOSEPH $1,000 Rev. Louis E. Prevost CHAIRMAN:·P h i lip L. $150 Hemingway, K.S.G., of New Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Seguin Bedford, has been elected Dames de Ste. Anne chairman of the 21-member $100 Advisory Board of Stonehill Enfants de Marie College, and will serve as $75 ST. CASIMIR Rev. Roland Bousquet head for one year. $150 $50 Rev. Casimir Kwiatkowsk\ Ligue du Saere Coeur $25 phonse Dube $25 Pocza,tek Family Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Leblane, Mr. & Mrs. Laurier Marcoux $20 Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Dionne, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Omer Grenon & Mrs. Aurele Girouard, Mr. & . Mr. & Mrs. Edward Nowak, $20 Mrs. Ronald Lamarre, Mr. & Mrs . Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Schick Adrienne Pelletier & Philippe Emeric Chenel $10

Pelletier, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Mr. & Mrs. Warren R. Bessette,

Anonymous, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Calnen . Mr. & Mrs. John Liarikos, Mr. & P. Adamowski, Mr. & Mrs. Stan­ Mr. & Mrs. Henri Leblanc Mrs. Ernest Cusson, Mr. & Mrs. ley Adamowski, Mr. & Mrs. Lio­ $15 nel Charbonneau, Wanda C. Annette Collard & William Marc Demanche, Mr. & Mrs. Ed­ ward England, Mr.·& Mrs Firmin. Dabrowski Collard Thibault Mr. & Mrs. Rene Fortin, Mr.

Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Robillard Mr. & Mrs. Armand Caron, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Golda, Mr. &

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Mr. & Mrs. Alfre r ' Lemaire Leonard Olivier Mr & Mrs Henry Mrs. Teddy M. Kalisz, Lucy M.

$12 J. Veronneau . Page Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Girard Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Plaud, Mr.. . $11 Theodore Pease, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Leopold Berube & Mrs. Eugene McLean, Mr. & John Polar, Mr. & Mrs. Thad­ . $10 Mrs. Leo.Allain, Mr. & Mrs. Clo­ deus Polchlopek, Sophia at Mrs. Louise Fortin, Mr. & Mrs. vic Cyr, Mrs. Edna Smith Charles Wesoly, Albin Wojtkun­ EdouaJ,"~ Bertrand, Mr. & Mrs. A Blais Family, Alma PIche ski, Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Zyskow­ Ronald Langis, Mr. & Mrs. Mau­ Mr. & Mrs. Emile Hebert, Mr. & ski rice Lamontagne, Mrs. Beatrice Lafleur Mr. & Mrs. Normand Chan­ donet, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel. Niquet, Mr. & Mrs. Pierre ·AI­ lain, Mr. & Mrs. Leo Paradis Fidele Daigle . ., Mr. & Mrs. George Belle­ feuille, Mr. & Mrs. George Pratte, Mr. & Mrs. Abel Hebert Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Beaulieu, Mr: & Mrs. Aurele Bourgeois Napoleon Lec!air, Claire Pro­ vencher, Mr. & Mrs. Armand Gendron, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Paiva, Mr. & Mrs. Donald Du­ f<Jur Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Desaul­ niers, Mr. & Mrs. George Fre­ dette, In memory of J. Alfred Fredette, Leopold Goyette, Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Deshaies Mr. & Mrs. Eloi Caron, Mr. & Mrs. Roger Gagnier, Mr. & Mrs.. Leo Fredette, ·Mrs. Anna Bour­ geois, Leo. Pelletier Mr. & Mrs. Armand Lafond, Mr. & Mrs. Henri Fredette Mr & Mrs. Maurice Fortin, Mr.'; Mrs. Romeo Comeau, Mr. & Mrs. . George Soucy. . Mr. & Mrs. Normand Breault, Jeanne Audette, Mr. & Mrs. Franci.s . Roberge, Mr. &. Mill. Robert Letendre, Mr. & Mrs. Omer Payette -. Mr. & Mrs.. Adelard Dube, Mr.· . & Mrs. Richard Trahan, Mr. II; Mrs. Theodore Benjamin, Mr. at Mrs. Jean Dion, Mrs. Emma Har­ rell . . . . Mr. & Mrs. Rodolphe Cote, Mr. AUTO LOANS - HOME IMPROVEMENT & Mrs. Ronald Letendre, Mr. & Mrs. William Farrell, Mrs. Rose LOANS - PERSONAL LOANS Pepin, Mr. & Mrs. Gelose Breault Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Powell CENTER BANK-Purchase and William Sts.

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•At hue IotIag at lor gell:raHont••• ST. KILIAN, NEW BEDFORD Annual banquet""llf the Wom­ en's Guild, at which officers win be installed is set for Wednes­ day, June 3 at Tamarack Restau­ rant, Lakeville. Guests are wel­ eome and reservations may be made with Mrs. Gloria Paquin. ST. MICHAEL, OCEAN GROVE The CathJlic Women's Club announces its monthly meeting for 8 Wednesday night, May 27 In the church hall. l.\-irs. Charles Viens will conduct thp. business session and Mrs. John Cavan­ augh will be chairman of the social hour. Edmond M. Ma­ chado, English teacher at Durfee High School, Fall River, will. show color slides of a European trip. Boy Scout Troop 40, sponsored by the Holy Name Society, WOf!. a first aid contest sponsored by Wampanoag district at Camp Noquochoke. ST. ELIZABETH, FALL RIVER The Women's Guild will serve a meat pie supper at 6:30 Satur_ day night, May 23 in the ch~rt:h hall. Dancing will follow. A supper meeting is planned for Sunday, June 7. Members will leave at 6:30 from the hae for the meal at Wharf Tavern, Warren.' Observance of the patrona::' feast of the parish is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21. VISITATION GmLD, EASTHAM The guild announces an auc­ tion for 10 Monday morning, July 13 at the ('hurch. Donations should be made by Sunday, May 31. ST. THERESA, NEW BEDFORD The Couples Club announces a hidden treasure auction for 7:30 Saturday night, June 6 in the lIChool hall. The event will be epen to the public, announce Mr. and Mrs. Jorge M. Correira, ehairmen. SACRED HEART, OAK BLUFFS A May procession is slated for Sunday, May 24 at Star of the Sea Church. The Women's Guild will hold Its last meeting of the season Monday, 'June 8. OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL, SEEKONK Following a 5 o'clock Bene­ diction service Sunday evening, May 24, Rev. John J. Murphy will install Women's Guild of­ ficers. Dinner at the Grist Mill in Seekonk will follow. To be seated are Mrs. Robert Rill, president; Mrs. Preston Shultz, vice-president; Mrs. Frank Mello, secretary;. Mrs. Anthony Khoury, treasurer. Sudge Beatrice Hancock Mul­ laney will be dinner speaker. The unit has made initial plans for a bazaar neJQt Decem­ ber. ST. JOHN EVANGELIST. ATl'LEBORO The Women's Guild anounces a fashion show for 8 Sunday night, May 24 in the school haH. Proceeds will benefit the unit's scholarship program and admis­ sion will include a chance on door prizes. Commentator will be Mrs. Athena Parker, house­ wife, mother, model, charm school director, and hostess for a television show. ST. STANISLAUS. FALL RIVER The CYO will stage a play, "'Meet Me in St. Louis," at the Polish National Home at 8 on two successive Sunday nights, May 31 and June 7. Director wi.ll be Mrs. Gertrude Miller.

SS. PETER & PAUL, FALl, RIVER Bluebirds and Campfire Girls will have a communion break­ fast b the parish school follow­ ing 8 o'clock Mass Sunday morning, June 7. Chairmen ar~ Mrs. Robert Guerrettaz, Mrs. Franc'is Dunlea and Mrs. Francis Charette. Bo~' Scouts and Cubs will ben­ efit from a Spring variety show to be held in the upper church hall at 2 Sunday afternoon, May 24. lV~rs. John Ozug, chairman, will be aided by troop and pack committees of the Scouting unit;;. Rev, John H. Hackett, vice­ chancellor, will speak at the 36th graduation ceremony of the par­ ochial school at 7:30 Wednesday night, June 17. Parochial school students wi'] present a brief program Friday afternoon, May 29 at which ,tim~ a memorial plaque to President Kennedy' will be unveiled and flowe:'s in memory of America'~ patriots will be placed at the school flagpole. The final Cub pack meeting for the season will be held Fri­ day night, May 22 and will fea­ ture graduation of five Cubs into Boy Scouting. Annual graduation whist par­ ties to benefit the graduatin,g class will be held Wednesdav May 2,7 and Wednesday, June i'l under the chairmanship of Mr~:. Stanley Janick and Mrs. Francis C. Taylor. In charge of the grad­ uates' outing to Rocky Point ar,~ Mrs. francis Steele and Mrs. Roger Dube. SACRED HEART, NORTH ATrLEBORO To be installed next month arl~ Holy Name officers, includin!~ Edward Surprenant, honorar)r president; Leo J. Meunier, president; Joseph G. N. Bonneau, vice-president; Norman F. Des·· chenes, secretary; Robert Vandal, treasurer. An officers' meeting of all parish organizations has inau·. gur'ated the plans for the Christ·. mas Sale £0 be held November. The theme of the sale was dis·. cussed and a request was sent out to each family asking foJ~ the d(mation of one book OlE trading stamps towards the sue·· cess of the sale. ' The next meeting will be held at 9 o'clock, Monday evening, June 29. ST. JOAN OF ARC, ORLEANS The Women's guild will spon•. lJOr a ham and bean supper from: 6 to 8 Saturday night, May 2~: at the school hall. Tickets aN! available from all members. ST. PATRICK. FALL RIVER Pocasset Country Club will be! the scene of the installatioft e1: Women's Guild officers at 7:3(l1 Monday night, June 8. Reser·, \/'ations will close Wednesday" June 3. ST. JOSEPH, NO. DIGHTON Mr. Paul A. Lamarine, a, senior Political Science major from :Providence College, will speak on "The Value of a Catho•. lic Education" to the Holy Name' Society at its annual Communion Breakfast. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, FALL RIVER The Holy Name Society will. meet Monday night at 8 o'clock in the. parish hall. Post:naster Edward Berube, will speak on "Personal Experi­ ences with the late President: Kennedy."

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NOTRE DAME, FAI.L RIVER Th e Holy Name Society and alumni of Msgr. Prevost High Schcol, also in the parish, wiD hold a joint family communion breakfast following 8:15 Mass Sunday morning, June 7. The breakfast, to be held at White's restaurant, will feature Mayor Roland Desmarais of Fall River as principal speaker and scholar­ ship!: will be awarded to ~1Jh grad~ graduates of Msgr. Prevost Granmar School. The Council Women will meet at 7 30 Monday night, May 25, at 1Jhe grotto in Jesus-Mary Aca­ demy convent yard for recitation of the rosary. An open meeting to which prospective members are invited will follow in 1Jhe school auditorium. Council of­ ficer; will be in charge of 1Jhe program, which will feature musical offerings.

HOLY REDEEMER, CHATHAM 'Ilhe Association of 1Jhe Sacred Hearts will hold its annual banquet at Armand's restaurant, Hyar.nis, Thursday evening, May 28. at 7 o'clock. Dorothy Harned, chairlady, , has announced that guests and members should make their reservations by tonight. Rev. William McClenahan wiU be the guest speaker.

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.caret T. C. Hurphy, Mr. ~ Mrs. William Reilly, Grace & Teresa ON ANNUAL VISIT: Pope Paul VI visits the Vatican warehouse to inspect the Sheehan, Mr. & Mrs. Francis clothing for the poor sent him each year by the National Council of Catholic Women in Cullivan Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Sweeney, the U.S. The new clothes, including First Communion dresses, are distributed to needy :'\tr. & Mrs. James Welch, Mrs. countries. Last year, half of the clothing valued at $200,000 was distributed in parishes William Atchison, Mr. & Mrs. in Africa. NC Photo. :'"!'Ving Briden, Mr. & Mrs. Ray­ mond Bryant IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 1~;~,@;'i:'"":;:m=m"'ri~l.,.,."..,.,.'1>~'~W;~ .....,. .l"u~!':\O.•m!l<!..1'1!.~.m,~=" ..X..•b,':,·.,.·.•.·. ,!I'I....;.'!!'.....~.Mw@t~m_,;,.,%·.,S., ...$.~",.,.,,,,,.··.·.·····r· Mr. & Mrs. Frank Bures, Mr. & Mrs. George Carignan, Wil­ $20 liam R. Chaput, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Costa, Maria Carvalho Leonard Chmel, Mrs. Helen K. $15 Cole Manuel Ferreira Mr. & Mrs. John Comeau, $10 ill John Considine, Mr. & Mrs. Jose Amaral, Dr. Manuel G. Mrs. Frank Correia, Alice Dor­ Camacho, Mary Charves, Cor­ gan, Anna Dorgan reia Sisters, Josepli M. Costa Alfred Dias, Fernando Fer­ Mr. & Mrs. Romeo Dupont, Mr. & Mrs. John .T. Flanagan, nandes, Antone Gonsalves, Rui Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Finnerty, Lopes Mr. & Mrs. George Francis, Mr. ST. BONIFACE & Mrs. Albert Frates $25

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Vatican Commission Undelrta~~es Work Of Revising Whole Mass Structure Continued from Page One This development, one of the most striking reforms permitted by the Second Vatican Council, is confined initially to the change of language from the existing Latin texts and prayers. The thorough revision of the Mass structure, etc., which was decreed by the ecumenical coun­ cil, is the task of the commission set up by Pope Paul in January. L'Osservatore Romano, in re­ porting the April meeting of this commission, indicated that it is already preparing an in­ struction with pre 1 i min a l' y changes, a rite for the concele­ bration of Mass, Communion un­ der both kinds, etc.

responses attached to these parts of Mass,

AJ)prove Ritual For Sacraments

For the sacraments, the most important development is that Baptism, Confirmation, Com­ munion, Penance, Anointing, and Matrimo:lY may be celebrated with all· texts and prayers in English. To take one example, the rite of confession will have much deeper meaning for the penitent who hears the priest recite tte formula and prayer of absolution. Because some of these services were already available in En­ glish translations previously ex­ amined by the Bishops, it was More Participaton possible ·~o approve the publica­ By Faithful tion of a new officioal ritual, to The immedia,te purpose of the be called the Collectio Rituum. This will contain a large selec­ American Bishops' decision is to increase the understanding, fuith tion of sacl'amental rites; for

and participation of the people. those omitted :£rom this volume This is solemnly expressed in for reasons of space, an older the. preamble to the decree: "In translation of the Roman ritual order that all the faithful of by Father Philip Weller may be used offidally. Christ may be led to a full, con­ scious, and active participation in liturgical celebrations and Ordinaries Permit may more certainly derive an English Office abundance of graces from the The. American Bishops also liturgy * * * in order to increase the faith and the devotion of the gave their approval to two edi­ Christian clergy and peo- tions of the breviary of the divine Office, one already pub­ pie'" '" *" . Following the doc t l' 1 n a 1 lished by the Liturgical Press of teaching of the council itself, the Collegeville, Minn., the other to Bishops explain the working of be published soon by Benziger Brothers of New York. the liturgy: "Through signs per­ The body of Bishops decreed ceived by the senses, including words, the sanctification of man that the English Office may be used by t:1e laity and by many is signified and, in a manner proper to the individual rites, lay Religious. According to the terms of t;1e Constitution on the effected." Liturgy, the permission to use Words are signs - their out­ ward expression stands for and the English Office is to be given means an inner holiness, prayer­ by individual bishops or Ordi­ fulness' and faith. This is the naries - and this may be done at once, now that the translations sense of common responses, con­ are approved. gregational singing and recita­ This corr.pley picture will soon tion - all kinds of vocal partici­ pation. The Bishops recognize be clear enough in practice, at least when the official missals this when they quote the coun­ cil's Constitution on the Liturgy and rituals are published, pre­ sumably b~fore the er.d of this directly: "The visible signs used by the year. To avoid confusion with regard to popular missals, how...; liturgy to signify invisible di­ 'Vine things have been chosen by ever, one point has been made Christ or the Church. Thus not very clear. 'l\he newly translated only when things are read 'which Scripture texts will be incorpor­ were written for our instruction' ate in altar missals only; they (Rom. 15:4), but also when the will not bl! released for publi­ Church pl'ays or sings or acts, cation in small missals for the the faith of those taking part people. is nourished and their minds are raised to God, so that they Expect Revision may offer Him their rational ser­ In 3 - 10 Years· vice and more abundantly re­ t1eive His grace" (art. 33). TtJ,ere art! sever>al reasons f<Yr this decision. It is practical, avoiding any unnecessary obso­ Specify Parts lescence of popuiar missals now In English available. It. also emphasizes the In the concrete, what parts of provisional nature of the newly " l'Iass will be ·in English? First, approved texts. In the next few years the offi_ the· biblical readings, the Epistle cial missal, ritual, breviary, etc., and Gospel - in a fresh tl'ansla­ tion prepared by scholars of the will all be revised (by the com­ mission set up by Pope Paul). Catholic Biblical Association. Next, where it is in use, the At that time - estimated to·be "common pl'ayer" or "prayer of anywhere from three to ten the faithful" after the Gospel years - the whole question· of and homily; this Will take a approved ]i}nglish translations definitive form in the Mass only will be taken up again by the body of bishops. Only then will after the Roman reform com­ mission has worked out details. the present popular missals be­ Finally, and this is the broad­ come obsolete in the Scriptural est concession, all the parts of texts, etc. This decision is also intended Mass which should be said or sung by the people: (a) ordinary to teach an important less()n. parts, like the Kyrie, Gloria, When the rE!'ading of the Epistle Creed in an officially ap­ and Gospel is in English, it is proved translation to be issued a public proclamation of God's by the American Bishops' Com­ Word to be heard and listened to mission on the Liturgical Apos­ by the people, not read by them tolate; (b) proper parts, like the out of a book. Introit, Gradual, etc. - in a ver_ There is thus no reason for the sion based on the Confraternity congregation to have the precise of Christian Doctrine translation translatio'n which is publicly of the Psalms; (c) the simple read; it is even undesirable that

people should read the missal· when they are supposed to be attentive, receptive, and re­ sponsi-re to God's spoken Word. So it will not matter whether the popular missals have the Douay - Rheims, Confraternity, Knox, or Jones translations.

Direct Decision (In Sung Mass Another question is crea,ted by the sung Mass or high Mass and. for that matter, any service that is sung in English instead of Latin. The council's decision was a simI: Ie and direct one. The vernacular languages are al­ lowed in the sung services to the same extent as in the recited service!:. The same point is made in the decree of the American Bishops equally applicable to sung and recited services. One qualification has been made b~' the Roman Commission: the mw;ical settings of the En­

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Vernacular Use ·in Mass Aims at Participation Continued from Page One May 1. The commission docu­ ment was sent to Francis Cardi­ nal Spellman. It covers both sung and recited Masses and other liturgical s('rvices.

Decree English Facing People Thr Amf'rican Bishops have therrfcre deneed that the !'1e]"jptur!'s (L!'ssons. Epistle, Go-;ppl) shall be proclaimed to 111f' I:pople Wh!l.!, facin~ t.hrm. 'J''Jis is not a /!:I'ne r al rl'.rmis­ ..ion for '\:r:>ss fa!'inl'" fill" p!"oplf' however. H in a part:('Ular ('hurch the altar faces thl" wall m- reredos. the cl'll"brant "ill hay" to turn and fa~(' thr pf'O­ plf' for readin/::s. H. on till' othf'r hand. thf' prif'!'t already ('etl"brates facin~ the people­ havin/:: obtained authorization to do S&-there is no problem whatl','er. HE" will simply con­ tinuf' the readin/::-in En/::lish­ slnrf' hI' is alrl'ady fadn/:: thf'm.

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and the Agnus Dei. The Eece Agnus Dei and the· triple Do­ mine. non sum dignus before the Communion of the faithful are also to be in English. The same is true of the "common prayer" - Ilhe invocations of the faithful w·hii.'h the Liturgy Constitution provides for after the GQspel and serl11Qn. The parts of the Proper of'the Mass to be in English ·in addition to the lessons are the Introit, Gradual (and its sub9titutes), Offertory and Communion an­ them. The various salutaoflions and dialogue formul,as - such as· "The Lord be with you. And with your spirit." - are a180 110 he- in Enf.':lish. The initial prayers at the foot of the altar remain in Latin, 8S does the Collect. Except for the Sanctus-Benedictus, all fff the Canon of the Mass remains ill Latin, including the Preface.

Use of English For Sacraments

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uniform texts for the use of English, and these texts t'JO have been confirmed by the Holy See's new liturgical commis~ion. The dates for the English use to go into effect are contingent on the time needed by puilJishing

firms to prepare standard eru­

110m of altar missals and rituals.

The Roman commission in ap­ prm:inJ; the American BIshops'

decrees stated -that the use of

the mother tongue is permitte<!

for both recited and sung litur­ gieRI services. It stipulated that in line with the Liturf.'y COI1­ s'.itut;on (Art. 22, 2) the melo­ dies of liturgical texts which may be sung in English must be approved by the American Bishops. The introduction of Enrlh..h does not mean that Latin is to be forgotten in the Chur<.>h .in the United States. The Bishops in their initial decree conceding the extensive use of English stated that "nevertheless steps should be taken so that the faithful.may also be able to say or· to sing in Latin those parts of the Ordinary of the Mass which pertain to them.".

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Bishops Will Set

Introduction Date While mIssals for altar use are to be rushed for publication, hand missals for use of the peo­ ple in general are not ·to be issued with the new English texts. This is because the changes are of a transitiO'Ilal nature. .The Holy See·s· new liturgical commission is charged with the extensive revision &l Mass texts and rites, and when its· reformed liturgical books !Ire issued - probably. within a de­ cade - new English translations will be required. And in the meantime, bishops from nine English-speaking nations are &t work preparing for a common text for use throughout the En­ glish-speaking world.

Replace Archaic Pronouns, Verbs In the meantime, however, the English texts adopted by the American Bishops for the Ordi­ nary of the Mass are to be made available to· the people on cards, leaflets and missal inserts. The new tmnslations are un­ derstood to adhere to Ilhe modern English patterns set by 1lhe ConfrIaternity. of ChrislJi,an Doctrine - version .of . 1he:. Old Testament and by the 1961 American ritual book. These in general eliminate the archaic se<iOndper9OOl singu­ laa:: pronoun.~ v~r~ :f6pmll, re­ ~~~ ~U :~.~. with

The use of Englilfh is provided for in all of rites for the admini9tration of the sacraments, except Holy Orders. The same holds' true for sacramentals. The ritual f-or the Qdministntion of' the saeraments and vari': ous blessings in English it; expected to be ready by ea~ly Fall. But t!he altar missals, being more . comple1C, might not be ready until .perhaps November. The English te~ts are to be made public after the Bishops deeide The ~~ :p~vi~· tbRt 1Ile on t!he exa<:t time of 'their jn..." Scrip~ -Tea-cUngs of the Mass traduction. .. :' ~ taken fr~1he version trans­ lated ft'orn 1he original languages by members of the Catholic -Biblical .Associ1ltion of Amedee and ·spoIIJloired by the Episcopal Committee of the Confraternity ~'he new deereea also provide <Xf Ohristian Doctrine. These in­ that wherever the local bishop elude texts, which have not yet decides that "the true and cer­ pqb.l.ished. as well a~ older tain necessity of the Ohureh re­ ones in the s1Iandard Con:£ra.ter­ quires it," vernacular languages nity Bible texts. other than English may be per­ The laitY: as well·as individual mited for the litwrgy. priests and Religious who -obtain Thus Spanish-speoaking com_ permission to recite flbe Divine munities, for instance, could Office.. ~ . English, can choose have the liturgy. in their O'\Wl' tongue in the Uni,ted Staites. This :from. two exlisting trnnslations.of provision stipulates tbat the the Office. One is "The HOm. of .

parts of the Mass which remain 1:be Divine Office In English 8Dd

in Latin in the "English" Mass Latin,. published by 1be LttuT­ 00 90 in other languages as welL The texts to be used are 1I1cl8e Peel Pre.. COnegevme, M:iDn., approved by a nationel bi8bopI' aocl tbe oCber 1be "'Rom8Il eonference of ltIe 98me ~ . Btoe.i8rT ta 'IDngJ!hh,. pablbbed The Bisbopa bev. acreOd _ lira-II'. . . . . . . . . . :»-k.

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Fall River ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST $500 Rt. Rev. Henri A. Hamel $'75 Rev. Donald E. Belanger

$50 Catholic Women's 'Council $25

Rev. Maurice R. Jeffrey St. Vincent de Paul Confer­ ence Antoinette Michaud' Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Berube Mr. & Mrs. George Casavant Mr. & Mrs. Philias Ouellette &: Family Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Parker Mr. & Mrs. Adelard Larue Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Gagnon & Family

$20 Anonymous, Mr. & Mrs. Ar­ thur Gauthier, Mr. & Mrs. Al­ bert Dufresne $15 Anonymous, Mr. & Mrs. Henri Demers, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Labecki & Paulette $13 Mr. & Mrs. John Farrell

$12 Octave Fluet & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gagnon $10 TO CURTAIL DROPOU1'S: As a step toward keeping Mr. & Mrs. Albert Deschenes children in school longer, Catholic college students in the & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel CQrrea, Cora Plonde, Mr. & Mrs. Greater Miami area are assisting Negro pupils in diocesan Donat Blanchette, Mr. & Mrs. schools to develop better study hahits, and thus gain a Alphonse St.Pierre better and longer education. Lourd,~s Martinez, a Barry Mr. & Mrs. Philip LaFrance, College junior, works with seven-yea17-old Marcia Bryant, a Mr. & NIl'S. Omer Brisson, Paul­ s'econd g-rade pupil in Miami'fl Holy Redeemer School. NC ine Brisson, Mr. & Mrs. Denerie Bergeron, Ann Guilmette Photo. Mr. & Mrs. Normand Sirois, Mr. & Mrs. Armand Desmarais, , Mr. & Mrs. Roland Lamarre, S'" ANNE Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Laroche, Mr. Mr. & Mrs. Omer Boutin, Marcel $25 A: Mrs. Lucien Laroche, Juliette Perry, M,. & Mrs. Omer Marti­ Loretta G. 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Paul R. Canuel, Rita Donat Lapointe, Mr. & Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Rene Mailloux E:. Courtis, Yvonne Froment, Mr. .Joseph R. Casavant &~ Mrs. Honorius Goddu Mr. & Mrs. Donald Gagnon, SAINT LOUIS Mr. & Mrs. Albert Lavoie, Mr. & Mrs. Antoine Croteau, Mr. $10 Ruth E. McHugh, Lillian Ray­ Ii Mrs. Oscar Martel, Mr. & Mrs. Mrs. Elmer Broadbent, Mr. & mond, Ml~. & Mrs. J. Roland st. Aime Goyette, Mr. & Mrs. Tim­ Mrs. George Ryan, Mr. & Mrs. P'ierre, F:hea Saurette .thy Leary Joseph Silva, Mr. & Mrs. Law­ Doris 1'harp, Mr. & Mrs. Ger­ Mr. & Mrs. John Perry, Mr. & rence Silva nd Tremblay, Mr. & Mrs. Phil­ Mrs. Albert Blanchette, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. William Davis, Mr. illpe Vin ~elette Mrs. Paul Casavant, Albert Des­ & Mrs. Raymond Linney noyers, Mrs. Francois-X. Vail­ SANTO CHRISTO ST. MATHIEU limcourt $1,000 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Vid?J, Mr. $10 Santo Christo Feast • Mrs. Arthur Dubreuil, Mr. & Mr. & Mrs. Leo Fisette, Mr. & $550 Mrs. Maurice Belanger, Mrs. Mrs. Omer Jean, Mr. & Mrs. Rev. Al'thur C. dos Rei\! Anna Filautrault, Mr. & Mrs. Mathieu Ozug Oscar Phenix $75 Lucie & Denis Lemaire Diana Vidal, Mr. & Mrsfl Al­ Rev. Daniel L. Freitas ST. MICHAEL bert Mailloux, Mr. & Mrs. Wil­ $50 $50 frid Desforges, Mr. & Mrs. Er­ Dr. Ra}-mond R. Costa Manuel Rogers & Son Funeral Best Haslam & Family, Mr. & $35 Directors Mrs. Armand Gauthier John Bl'ilhante Mr. & Mrs. Joseph LaFrance, $10 $18 Michael Erickson, Alfred Rene Goyette, Mr. & Mrs. Emile EmmerE'llitienne Mach,ado, Gil_ Rocha, David R. Pereira, Jose Rancourt, Odilon Ouellette,No­ bE,rt Cavat:o, Antonio Benevides Silva, Manuel Costa ella Yokell & Family, Veva Cavaco, Flora Mr. & Mrs. Ovila Caron, Mr. Joseph DeCosta, William Ta­ & Mrs. Ovide Talbot, Pauline vares, Manuel Motto Jr., Manuel Moniz Maria Pacheco, Clarice Castro, Talbot, Mr. & Mrs. Roland Ar­ T. Motta, Daniel Tavares

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Honorary Degrees BUFFALO (NC) -Alfred H. Kirchhofer, editor of the Buffalo Evening News, and novelist Tay­ lor Caldwell will be presented with honorary doctorates of let­ ters at the 56th commencement exercises of D'Youville College here Sunday June 7. The degrees will be conferred by Bishop James A. McNulty of Buffalo.

INDIA: TO· CURE TRE SICK

AN AMERICAN EDITOR REPORTS in the May issue of The

Sip mltgazine Ulat be saw, in southern INDIA, children with

"scabies and eczema," their bodies

defonned because of a "diet impos­

sibly ]ow in nutrition." The chil­

dreD never get· milk; they ~et tapi­

oca with a little rice twice a day

• • . Americans find this hard to

believe. After ali, most Americans

have to diet to stay thin . . . In

KOTTAYAM, a .city in tbe area

about which The Sign editor writes,

native Sisters are working valiantly

.' . in Caritas Hospital to core children

T~ Holy 1'(11/)';, MUliMI Aitl crillpled by disease and malnutrition.

1M Ihe Orie1tIJ Ch""b The Sisters care for adults as weD,

of course. And the Slstel'll are Jiving proof ia Communist­

beleaguered southern INDIA that the Church loves and cares

for the poor ••• The hospital, however, needs a kitchen ('1,%00),

a laundry ('800), nurses' Quarters ($2,350), and two bungalows

for the doctors ($200 each). Perhaps you can I'lve one of these

• • memorial te one y_ love ... Tb~ laborer in INDIA earns

30c a day. Eve. the SIllallea6 gltt ($1, $5, $10, $15) wiD help

to oortl the slok.

OUR REFUGEES FROM PALESTINE

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PALESTINE Is DO longer 011 the map. It disappeared it 1948, as a result of the Arab-Israeli War . . . The same war ")roduced refugees; they now number 1.4 million, and they 9tili 1eed food, clothing, shelter, spiritual care . . . The Pontifical fission for Palestine, the Holy Father's ageney, Is liistributlng 1 booklet this month whieh describes their desperate needs. Vhy not write us for a copy? , .. To feed a refugee family for , Month co9ts, incidentally, only $10. On receipt of your $tO .Jilt, we'll send you aD Olive Wood Rosary from the Bo17 Land.

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AT BIERA, In ERITERA (whleb Is part of ETHIOPIA), yeung­

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thome, Joanpe Wolstenholme Joyce . Wolstenholnle, Judith Wolstenholme, Mr. & Mrs. Fran­

eis Powers, Mrs. Theresa Fox,

Mr. & Mrs. David Aguiar Mr. & Mrs. Alber~ Pinkoskj, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Cavanaugh, Andrew Sutherland, Mr. & Mrs. E-'ward T~-rrington, Mr. & Mrs. James A. Hetherson Mr. & Mrs. Edward Raposa, r. JI" Mrs. John Nolan, Mary T. Cal. J11, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Bryant, Mrs. Austin Walker Mr. & Mrs. _Francis Fallon, Mary Silva, Mrs. Aaron G. Cum­ mings, Mr. & Mrs. Myles Stand­ ish, Mr. & Mrs.. ·Anthony Ma­ chado William Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs. Harold C. Nagle, In Memory of Sarah E. Barrett, Agnes Chace, Gertrude Harrington Mrs. Mary Smith, Loretta Cournoyer, Mr., & Mrs. Manuel Benevides, Theresa Flynn, Mrs. James O'C(mnell & Catherine O'Connell Maude G.. Fahey, Howard Moriarty, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Clemmey, John Sullivan, James Keating Mr. & Mrs. Edward Regan, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph O'Connell BLESSED

F. Hajder Robert P. Hajder, Gerald R. Hajder, June Ann Roberts, Wil­ liam Worsley, Mrs. Leo Canuel Norman H. Burrows, Ambrose Maynard Edward McGuinness Willia~ P. Hussey, Francis J. Hearn, Robert Sowden, T~omas 3. Loftus, Mr. & Mrs. Damel F. Duffy Charles A Duffy, Joseph Ken­ nedy & Helen Kennedy, Charles V Porta, Margaret Kilroy, Mich­ ael Geary Peter A. Gibney, Edmund Pil­ ling, Joseph R. Hathaway, Gen­ evieve R. & Anna J. Hathaway., Kenneth - Sutcliffe Mr. & Mrs. William Barnes,. Margaret F Lowney, Mary Bres­ lin, Mrs. Harold J. Roberts, Charles Morriss Thomas White, Joseph F. Sul­ livan Patrick F. Sullivan, Mau­ reen Harrington, James Waldron Mr. & Mrs. Nestor G. Silva, 3ames Murphy ST. ANTHONY OF

SACR~NT

$10 Henri st. Pierre, Romeo Cham­ pagne, Adrien \ Guay ESpmlTO SANTO

$10 John R. Pontes, Mr. & Mrs. A-":mio Alves, Mr. & Mrs. Man­ uel Carvalho, Mr. & M1:'s. Al­ fredo Amaral, :'\[t. & Mrs. Manuel B. Souza Mr. & Mrs. Roger Toni, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Carvalho, Espirito Santo CYO HOLY CROSS

$40 Mr. &: Mrs. C. Magriby

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FIRST ROW, BALCONY: Family rosary processions are annual events in St. Paul and Minneapolis, with thou­ sands taking part. Peggy Carr, 6, sits on the shoulder of her father, Minneapolis attorney Patrick H. Carr, Jr., to see over the throng, as the procession moved toward St. Mary's basilica in Minneapolis. NC Photo.

DESERT

$225 Rev. Joseph Eid $50 Atty. Michael Sahady, Dr.. James J. Sabra $25 Victor Badwey, Thomas Galib $20 Alfred Nassr $15 Fred Catalan $10 Mitchell Sweet, Alfreu Mas­ BOud, George Howayeck, Mrs. Tanous Faris, Albert Fari~ David Gergora, Ernest Mizher, Loretta George, Ernest E. Saab, Fofe Joseph August Badwey, Louis Bad­ wey, Louis Howayeck, CharIe. Bowayeck, Charles Sarkees

BOLYNAME

$300 In Memory of Charles B. • Margaret E. Bonner $200 Dr. & Mrs. Harry T. Powers $50 Atty. &: Mrs. Thomas McGuir~ Dr. &: Mrs. John Carvalho '$25 Larairine Sulllvan, Mr. II Mrs. MichaelH. Sullivan

$20

Mr. & MrS. John J. Mitchell,

Mr.

&Mn. Thomas Brindley $15 Mr. &:. Mrs. John Keating, Catherine A. Lysaght, Mary Lysagbt, Rudolph LaVault $11 In memory of Mr. &: Mrs. Jon W. Roche $10 Mrs. Joseph C. Giblin, Mr. &: Mrs. Robert McConnell, Dr. &: Mrs. Joseph Rockett Jr., Mr. &: Mrs. Alfred Dube, Mr. & Mns. 3ames Flannery Marion F. Kane, Mr. &: Mrs. Harold Dusoe, Mr. & Mrs. James 3. Sullivan, Mrs. Mary Taylor, Mr. &: Mrs. Raymond Talbot Misses Anne &: Mary Hamps­ ton, Margaret Skehan, .Tbe O'Mara Family, Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Sullivan, Jane Sullivan Mrs. Eugene SUllivan, Marion L. Torphy;' Mrs. Honora Sulli­ van, Mr. &: Mrs. I)aviq A. Burns, Mr. &: Mrs. James H. PiJnental Mary Hurley, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Keefe, MiChael Tucker, Mr. & Mrs. Franeis Crowe, Mr. &: Mrs. Richard Wordell Mr. &: Mrs. Edward Slattery, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Sullivan, Mr. & Mn. John E. Cruger

- OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS

$50 Rev. Robert 3. Laughlin $25 Holy Rosary Society John Pimentel . $10 Ernest Barreira, 30hn Rod­ rigues, Knights of the Altar, Ed­ ward Souza· Joao Aguiar, Manuel Souza, Antone Silva

HOLY ROSARY

$25 General Cleaning &: Sales Co. $15 Delia's Driving School $12 The ::!'urgiuele Family $10 White's Esso Service StattoJl, The Sons of Italy-Loggia Vit­ torio Veneto The Italian Progressive Club, Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Barresi,'Mr. &: Mrs. William A. Leary, Mr. &: Mrs. Raymond M. McGuire Mr. &: Mrs. DennisPatota, A Friend SACRED HEART

$125 Adelaide C. Trainor $100 Rose E. Sullivan Sacred Heart Men's Club $75 Rev. William J. Shovelton Quinlan F. Leary $50 Elizabeth M. Trainor $30

Michael Grace $25 Raymond C. Gallagher Mr. &: Mrs. John L. Morgan Mr. & Mrs. Willard R. Piper -T. Arthur McCann Margaret F. Tolan Catherine I~ Trainor Mrs. Margaret Hearsey Lodivine LeMoyne Claire Hargraves Frederick J.Harrington 30hn C. Torpey. $20 Mr. &: Mrs. Arthur Andresen, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew A. Shea 3r., Dennis Sullivan

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Taylor,

Florence M. Sullivan, M. Dori. Sullivan, In Memory of Mary A. Lyons & Staff Sgt. W:m. A Lyons .James A. Heywood

$iS

Mr. &: Mrs. Michael J. Grace, Mr. & Mrs. George McCoomb, Mary E. Sullivan, Norman 3. Meyer The HUghes Family, James Mello, A. Irene Noble, Kaureen Dallagher -

$10 Elizabetb Leonard, Elizabeth Fernandez, Everett J. Smith, Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Nestor, Mrs. Margaret Moran Kathleen Gallery, Paul B. Cul~ , len, Marion F. Driscoll, Mrs. Catherine McCusker & Mrs. Michael Geary, Frank A. Garand Michael P. Hickey, Joseph Los, Edward M. Dillon, Edward F. Holland Sr., James S. Cote Mary Louise Walsh, Robert J. Doherty, Arthur Pavao, Mrs. Sarah Sullivan, Mary Jenkins· Catherine A. Boylan, Mrs.­ Robert G. Boylan, Agnes F. Riley, 3ames H. Morey & fam­ ily, Mrs. Anne T. Bishop Mrs. Charles J. Leary, Mrs. Kathryn _ Doherty, Albert A; Payer, Mrs. Raymond McDonald, Anthony F. Camuso Mr. & 'Mrs. John A. Powers,' Patrick J. Fleming, John P. Fleming, Thomas J. Fleming, John M. Sullivan Mary Sullivan, 30seph E. Caouette, Mr. & Mrs. Roland L. Boulay; John Franey, Donald T. Corrigan Mrs. Frank M. Hunter, James M. Carey, Jose M. Silva Jr., Lillian M. Shea, William E. Whitehead Mr. & Mrs. William H. Kirk­ man, In memory of Mary Isabel Kirkman, David Sullivan, John J. Desmond, Mrs. Mary Desmond Mary V. O'Hearn,' Robert Har­ rington, Mrs. ~rge Trainor, George Trainor, Michael Sulli­ van Mr., &: Mrs. John Burke, Mr. & Mrs. John T. Trainor, William E. Berry, Anibal Silva, Mrs. John

NOTRE DAME

$50 Rev. J. Adrien Bernier $30 The Anne-Marie Masse Fa'" Dy . $25 V. D. Dupuis $12 ~ile J. Amiot, Rosarift Mar-­ ­ tel $10­ William Baraby, Nathallaa;­ Bernier, Leo S. Couture, Roland·· Couture, Conrad Desmarais Germaine Desrosiers, NoJ'oo. mand Desrosiers, Paul Dumais, Mrs. Aurore Dumont, Normand Dupont Armand Dupont, N o;mancl Gaudreau, Francois Girard, Roger Labonte, Mrs. Alberta La­ marre Robert Lamarre, 3. B. O. Le­ vesque, Leo Levesque, Mrs. Adelia Olivier, The Rioux-Lari­ viere Family Edward Rivard, Orner G. Ross, Mrs. Marie St.Pierre, Leo Souey Jr., Ernest Thibault

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Annual D1iocesan Teachers' Meeting

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Sacred Liturgy finishes a revi­ Lercaro of Bologna, and dated The Bishops' decisions, adopted sion of .the Mass structure. Fort e'ght per ce...