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Catholic Charities Appeal to~al is rising The Catholic Charities Appeal total now stands at $1,658,107.15, with ~any parish r~turn~, priests' donatIOns and Special GiftS yet to be reported. . Msgr. Anthony M. Gomes, dlocesan Appeal director, said that such donations must reach Appeal headquarters in Fall River by today for inclusion in this year's total. "These reports should be made in person to insure credit," he said, noting that 1987 Appealfinaltotals

will be published in the June 5 Anchor. "I hope that everyone of our 114 parishes will be 'over the top' today," he said. . Honor Roll 58 pans.hes have thus far surpassed. their 1?86 final totals. The followmg panshes were added to the Honor Roll since last week's Anchor report: St. John the Evangelist, St.

Theresa, Attleboro; Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, St. Mary, Seekonk; Our Lady of Victory, Centerville; St: Anthony, E. Falmouth; St. Elizabeth, Edgartown. Our Lady ofthe Isle, Nantucket; St. Elizabeth Seton, No. Falmouth; Our Lady of the Assumption, Osterville; St. Peter, Provincetown; St Augustine Vineyard Haven' O~r Lady of Lourdes, Wellfleet.' St. Joseph, Woods Hole; Espirito Santo, Our Lady of Health,

Sacred Heart, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Elizabeth St. Patrick St. Stanislaus, Fall'River; OU; Lady of Grace, Westport. St. John of God St. Patrick St. , . '. Thomas More, So.merset, St. LOUIS de France, St. Mlch~el, Swansea; Immaculate Conception, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Our Lady of Perpet~al Help, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Francis of Assisi, St. John the Baptist, St. Mary, New Bedford;

St. John Neumann, E. Freetown; St. Ann, Raynham. Holy Family, Immaculate Conception, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Paul, Taunton; St. Peter, Dighton; St. Joseph, No. Dighton; Immaculate Conception, No. Easton. A detailed report of Special Gifts, parish totals, leading parishes and parish'donations begins on page 2 of this issue of The Anchor. listings will continue in future issues until all have been published.


VOL. 31, NO. 21

Friday, May 22, 1987


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Gospel economy parley theme

Papal visit seen aiding • ecumenlsm KANSAS CITY, Mo. (NC) Ecumenical events planned when Pope John Paul II visits Columbia, S.C., could have a great impact on U.S. Catholics and promote awareness of ecumenical challenges facing Christians, according to Bishop William H. Keeler of Harrisburg, Pa. Bishop Keeler, chairman of the. National Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, addressed the biannual meeting of the Governing Board ofthe National Council of Churches in Kansas City, discussing cooperative ecumenical efforts for the Sept. 10-19 papal,trip. The pope's visit to Columbia Sept. II will focus on ecumenical relations between the Catholic Church and other Christian churches. In an interview with The Catholil.. Key, newspaper of the diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., the bishop said the National Council of Churches was "breaking ground" in a statement, released to the Governing Board, regarding the papal visit. The statement, titled "Witnessing Together to a Divided and Hurting World," was signed by leaders of 29 different Christian denominations and 175 local and regional ecumenical agencies. The National Council of Churches is comprised of 32 mainline Protestant, Orthodox and Anglican national church units, representing 42 million members. The statement says that "although we are aware of our different approaches to many difficult problems, nevertheless all Christians seek to be faithful to our common confession of Jesus Christ and the Gospel, even when deeply held convictions lead us at times to different ethical choices. "Differences in our society are often reflected in our churches," the statement continues. "Some of these tensions will likely surface during this papal visit. We do not

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CELEBRATIONS on beautiful May Sundays see Bishop Daniel A. Cronin blessing a statue of Mary on May 10 at St. Julie Billiart parish, North Dartmouth, as Msgr. Patrick J. O'Neill, pastor, stands behind him. Planning the statue and surrounding landscaping was the last project ofthe late Father John F. Hogan, St. Julie's founding pastor.

ST. PAUL, Minn. (NC) - U.S. Catholics are now getting used to the idea of Gospel-oriented moral perspectives on public policy issues, Archbishop Rembert Weakland of Milwaukee last week told the annual convention ofthe National Federation of Priests' Councils. When the committee he headed started working on the U.S. bishops' pastoral on the economy seven years ago, the archbishop said, he had no expectation that it would become "suddenly good to talk about the morality of an issue." He spoke in St. Paul as keynoter of the NFPC convention. The 1986 pastoral, "Economic Justice for All: Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy," was the theme of the three-day convention, which drew about 250 people. Most were priests, but a few were lay church workers and parish representatives invited for the first time to attend the meeting. In attendance from the Fall River diocese were Father John A. Perry, pastor of Our Lady of Victory parish, Centerville, and chairman of

the diocesan Presbyteral Council, and Father Joseph M. Costa, parochial vicar at St. John of God parish, Somerset. Father Costa, a past president of the diocesan council, has just completed a term as vice-president of the national federation. In that capacity, he chaired last week's convention. He is currently Boston province representative to the NFPC, a post he will hold until 1988.

Archbishop Weakland said the bishops' pastoral is a "moral teaching document," not a "complete economic analysis." When its first draft was released, he said, it was evident that many Catholics considered religion "a private affair between me and my God." "Our people have just discovered the Gospel," he said, and many are still learning how to connect it with the rest of Catholic teaching. Giving an overview of the pastoral, the archbishop urged the priests to "read it, study it." Turn to Page Six

785 to graduate

AT ST. JOHN NEUMANN parish, East Freetown, the bishop officiates May 17 at groundbreaking ceremonies for a new church. Beside him are Father George E. Harrison, pastor (left), and Msgr. John J. Oliveira, chancellor. (Rosa photos)

This year's 785 diocesan high At Bishop Connolly High school graduates will be honored School, Fall River, valedictorian in ceremonies May 31, June 2 and is John Sabra and salutatorian is June 4. class president Steven Dias. The class of 1987 is composed of Father James A. Benson, SJ, 411 girls and 374 boys. Bishop Daniel A. Cronin will will be principal concelebrant at officiate at all graduation ceremo- the school's baccalaureate Mass at nies, beginning at North Dart- 7 p.m. May 30 at Fall River's Holy mouth's Bishop Stang High School, Name Church. Father John Hanrahan, SJ, will be homilist. where he will also speak. At Attleboro's Bishop Feehan Stang's valedictorian is Tricia Souza. Richard Benoit ranked sec- High School, valedictorian Eric Haskins will speak at graduation ond in the class. Class president Michael Saun- . June 2. Suzanne Lefebvre will deders will address his fellow gradu- liver the salutatory address on Parents' Night, May 28. ates. Feehan graduates will attend A baccalaureate Mass will be celebrated by Father Marcel Bou- Mass at 10 a.m. May 28, their class chard, chaplain, at 8:30 a.m. May day. Father Paul A. Caron and 30 in the Stang gymnasium. A Turn to Page Six continental breakfast follows.







1987 catholic charities appeal

Leading Parishes SI. John SI. Mary, Seekonk SI. Mary, Mansfield SI. Mark, Attleboro FaUs MI. carmel, Seekonk

37,243.00 26,637.00 24,415.00 23,582.00 23,327.00

CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS AREA SI. Pius X, So. Yarmouth SI. Francis Xavier, Hyannis Holy Trinity, W. Harwich Corpus Christi, Sandwich O.L. of Victory, Centerville

60,884.00 51,323.00 32,283.00 • 31,423.00 31,121.00

FALL RIVER AREA Holy Name Our Lady of Angels SI. Thomas More, Somerset Our Lady of Fatima, Swansea Santo Christo

30,420.25 . 22,180.00 19,354.00 17,011.00 16,375.00

NEW BEDFORD AREA MI. Carmel Immaculate Conception 51. Mary, So. Dartmouth 51. Mary SI. Julie Billiart, N. Dartmouth

37,886.10 32,207.33 22,762.00 19,459.00 17,305.00

TAUNTON AREA 51. Ann, Raynham Holy Cross, So. Easton 51. Mary Immaculate Conception, N. Easton 51. Paul

23,221.00 18,817.00 17,512.00 15,575.99 13,296.00

Parish Totals

Our Lady of the Angels Our Lady of Health Holy Rosary Immaculate Conception Sacred Heart SI. Anne SI. Anthony of Padua SI. Elizabeth SI. Jean Baptiste SI. Joseph SI. Louis SI. Mathieu SI. Michael SI. Patrick SS. Peter & Paul SI. Stanislaus SI. William Santo Christo Assonet-SI. Bernard No. Westport-O.L. of Grace Somerset SI. John of God SI. Patrick SI. Thomas More Swansea Our Lady of fatima SI. Dominic· SI. Louis of France SI. Michael WestportSI. George SI. John

6,732.00 12,818.00 12,133.00 23,327.00 26,637.00

CAPE COD & THE ISLANDS AREA Brewster-O. L. of the Cape Buuards Bay-SI. Margaret Centerville-O. L. of Victory Chatham-Holy Redeemer Cotuit-Christ the King East falmouth-SI. Anthony Edgartown-SI. Elizabeth Falmouth-SI. Patrick Hyannis-SI. Francis Xavier Nantucket-Q. L. of the Isle North FalmouthSI. Elizabeth Seton Oak Bluffs-Sacred Heart Orleans-SI. Joan of Arc Osterville-Assumption PocassetSI. John the Evangelist Provincetown-51. Peter Sandwich-Corpus Christi South Yarmouth-SI. Pius X Vineyard Haven51. Augustine WellfleetOur Lady of Lourdes West HarwichHoly Trinity Woods Hole-SI. Joseph

ATTLEBORO AREA Attleboro Holy Ghost SI. John SI. Joseph St. Mark St. Stephen 51. Theresa


Mansfield-SI. Mary North Attleboro Sacred Heart SI. Mary Norton-SI. Mary Seekonk MI. Carmel SI. Mary


17,529.00 13,246.00 31,121.00 16,300.00 14,193.00 25,046.50 3,725.00 25,458.00 51,323.00 13,237.00 18,619.00 5,260.00 21,463.00 18,328.00 18,796.00 6,530.00 31,423.00 60,884.00 7,039.00

FaU River SI. Mary's Cathedral Blessed Sacrament Espirito Santo Holy Cross Holy Name Notre Dame

32,283.00 6,700.00

9,975.00 2,648.00 13,030.00 3,135.00 30,420.25 10,509.00



Park Oil, Inc. George P. Ponte Insurance Agency

S50 LaFrance Jeweler

$25 Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen, Dahill Co., Inc., Days Electric. Fairhaven, Wefer & Parker

$2500 St. Pius XBingo, So, Yarmouth St. Pius X Conference, So. Yarmouth

$1500 St. Pius X Guild, So, Yarmouth

S500 St. Theresa Conference, South Attleboro

S400 St. Mary Conference, Norton Imported Auto Parts, Seekonk

$500 St. Joan of Arc Guild. Orleans

$300 Hall Oil Co., Inc., South Dennis

$275 Chadwick House, Edgartown

S250 Association of the Sacred Hearts, W. Harwich Nickerson·Bourne Funeral Home, Bourne

S200 Edgartown Drug Store Yankee Doodle Shop. W. Harwich Sheraton Regal Inn, Hyannis

$150 St. Elizabeth Conference, Edgartown Falmout~ Cooperative Bank


St. Elizabeth Guild, Edgartown Berube Electric. Edgartown Mitchell's Steak & Rib House, Hyannis Mari·Jean's Restaurant Hyannis St. John Guild, Pocasset Surette Realty, West Dennis Campbell Oil Co., Tisbury .

$70 Ray & Sons Barber Shop, So. Yarmouth

$50 Holy Ghost Society, Oak Bluffs Edgartown Hardware Dukes County Savings Bank. Edgartown Wells Oil, Edgartown Hinckley Home Centers, Hyannis Dukes County Savings Bank, Edgartown

$40 Cronig State Road ,Market. Vineyard Haven




Fall River Five Cents Savings Bank

$150 Morin's Oiner P. Cavalieri & Son, No. Attleboro


Country Haven Nursing Home, Norton Joe Lynch Sports, Norton St. Theresa Confraternify of Christian Mothers, So. Attleboro Attleboro Mutual Fire Insurance Conlon & Donnelly Community Phumacy, Plainville E.G. Lambert Ins., North Attleboro Stephen Foley Funeral Home Demers Bros. Pelletier's Auto Service St. Mary Women's Guild, Seekonk

S75 Bliss Bros. Dairy

S70 AFriend, Norton

S50 Kelley & Tatarian Ins. Attleboro Dodge, Inc. Lance Mofors Washburn, Luther & Nelson Atherton Furniture Chartes Mason. Attorney, North Attleboro M.S. Company Armstrong. Pollis & Clapp, North Attleboro Attleboro·Ptainvilie Coal Co. Lyons Advertising.Attleboro Falls

$35 Knobby Krafters

$30 Arena's Auto Parts, Inc.• Norton


Castro County Square Beverage, Richardson Insurance. Frank Miller & Son, No. Attleboro, Great Woods Furniture Co., Norton

Fleming's Donut Shack. No. Eastham, Yarmouth Furniture Co.• So. Yarmouth, McCormack Bass River Pharmacy, So. Yarmouth, Jenkins, Cole & Gleason Funeral Homes, Falmouth, H.V. Lawrence Florist, Falmouth. Bennett Plumbing & Heat· ing, Falmouth. Yates Pharmacy, Vineyard Haven, Sea Chest Vineyard Haven, Coca Cola Bottling Co., Vineyard Haven, Quintal's Restaurant, Buzzards Bay, Leo's Seafood Restau· rant, Buzzards Bay, Labell Plumbing, Edgartown

St. Stanislaus Bingo

$200 Rosecraft, Inc., Attleboro Falls St. Mary Conference, Mansfield Precision Tool


NEW BEDFORD $1500 George O'Hara Chevrolet & Cadillac

8,992.50 10,055.00

13,880.oli 2,592.55 32,207.33 37,886.10 5,873.00 5,027.00 5,496.00 3,593.00 7,696.00 SlOO

S75 St. Maximillian Kolbe, Holy Rosary Church Stetson's Agway Sales, Berkley Polish American Citizens Club AI's Painting



SI. Boniface SI. Casimir SI. Francis of Assisi SI. Hedwig SI. James SI. John the Baptist SI. Joseph SI. Kilian SI. Lawrence SI. Mary SI. Theresa AcushnetSI. Francis Xavier East FreetownSI. John Neumann FairhavenSI. Joseph SI. Mary Sacred Hearts Marion-SI. Rita Mattapoisett-SI. Anthony North DartmouthSI. Julie Billiart South Dartmouth-SI. Mary Wareham-SI. Patrick

1,795.00 2,744.00 6,634.00 2,192.00 12,127.00 14,818.50 10,007.50 2,773.00 12,793.00 19,459.00 7,050.00 9,013.00 12,548.00 11,055.00 6,080.50 1,549.00 5,302.00 9,072.00 17,305,00 22,762.00 14,503.00

TAUNTON AREA Taunton Holy Family Holy Rosary Immaculate Conception Our Lady of Lourdes Sacred Heart SI. Anthony SI. Jacques 51. Joseph 51. Mary SI. Paul Dighton-SI. Peter North Dighton-SI. Joseph North EastonImmaculate Conception Raynham-St. Ann South Easton-Holy Cross

Holy Rosary Conference O'Keefe Funeral Home Patriot Oil Co., Inc., Raynham Sowiecki Funeral Home Holy Rosary Sodality, Holy Rosary Church Holy Family Women's Guild, East Taunton J.R. Tallman Ins. Co. ICI American, Inc., Dighton St. Peter Conference, Dighton Dave's Crossroads Cafe, Inc., South Easton Folan Walerproofing & Construction Co. Inc., So. Easton



Gold Medal Bakery Duro Finishing Corp.


St. Mary's Guild, Nantucket Bass River Auto Sales, So. Yarmouth

$4000 Bank of New England, N.A.

$250 St. John Conference

$400 Denmark Pharmacy &Surgical Supplies



17,011.00 13,605.00 15,070.00 9,690.00

NEW BEDFORD AREA New Bedford Holy Name Assumption Immaculate Conception MI. Carmel Our Lady of Fatima Our Lady of Perpetual Help Sacred Heart St. Anne SI. Anthony Padua

Catholic Woman's Club


15,794.00 10,801.00 19,354.00



14,563.00 37,243.00 8,749.76 23,582.00 8,676.22 18,300.00

22,180.00 7,420.00 13,290.00 6,364.00 10,243.25 8,823.00 11,686.00 7,087.00 5,483.00 8,221.00 6,685.00 2,514.00 11,246.00 12,561.00 9,440.00 16,299.00 8,390.00 16,375.00 9,204.00 12,791.25



$300 In Memory of Father McNamee, Father Coyle & Msgr. Harrington Somerset Medical Associates, Inc.

$200 John Braz Ins. Agency, Inc.

$150 Star of the Sea Candle Corp. Sterling Package Store, Inc.

$100 Gerald McNally Canst. Co., Somerset Sister of the Sacred Hearts Sacred Heart Conlerence In Memory of Deceased Members & Benelactors of Sacred Heart Conference St. Vincent De Paul Salvage Bureau, Sacred Heart Durfee·Buffinton Insurance Fall River Shopping Center Associates T ARestaurant Allied Security Consultants, Inc.. Somerset St. Anne Conference

S50 The.Coachmen Restaurant Tiverton Gamache Trucking Company


Cleaners, J. Fred Beckett &Son, Frank S. Feitelberg Realtor & Insurance. Giroux·Audet Insurance Agency, F. W. Harrington Insurance, Mrs. David Prial, Philip Goltz, Attorney, Mullen Brothers Jewelers


TAUNTON S500 Taunton District 5t. Vincent de Paul Society

S398 Residents, Marian Manor

S200 Knights of Columbus, Council H238. South Easton

$150 Cornelius J. Murphy Ins. Agency St. Yves Datsun Sales. Berkley Robert Kane Funeral Home, South Easton

15,575.99 23,221.00 18,817.00

$50 Taunton Venetian Blind Co., Inc. League of Sacred Heart, St. Jacques Church Mulhern's Pharmacy Easton Country Club, South Easton Epicurean Caterers, South Easton • Strassman Ins. Agency, Inc., Sharon

$35 Fernandes Lumber, South Easton

$30 CWO Contractors, South Easton

S25 Dermody Cleaners, Louis Borges Real Estate, Wilfred Saint, Bristol County Electric Supply Co., Taunton Dress Corp., L~en's Chevrolet. Dighton, Beauvais Bicycle Shop, Andy's M1l'ket, Nite & Day Golf Course, Raynham, 400 Restaurant, South Easton, Le Page's Steak House. South Easton, Meade's Automotive, Inc., South Easton, South Easton Motor Sales, Tyler House, South Easton


Trina, Inc. Capri Textile Processors, Inc. ACLumber Company

11,060.00 4,646.00 10,772.00 7,441.00 9,313.00 12,370.00 3,963.00 12,584.00 17,512.00 13,296.00 4,690.00 8,049.00

PARISHES FALL RIVER Holy Name $500 M·M ThomasJ. Carroll; S200 In Memory of Raymond J. Clancy, Or. & Mrs. Raymond J. Clancy, Or. & Mrs. Rene P. Nasser. M·M Herve Bernier; S175 In Memory of John & Elizabeth Farrell; S150 Or. & Mrs. John Carvalho, In Memory 01 Or. Thomas F. Higgins & Dr..Anne Marie Higgins, James C. Murphy; S100 Robert J. Nagle, Catherine P. Harrington, Leonard H. Phelan, Mary CarvallUl, Elizabeth Neilan, M-M Alexander Vezina, M-M Gerard Fortin, M·M Fred Zebrasky, Mrs. Andre Nasser,ln Memory 01 Joseph & Patrick Phelan, In Memory of Catherine Mcintyre, In Memory of Catherine Boylan, In Memory 01 Cornelius J, Lynch, M·M Charles Franco -In Memory of Our Parents, In Memory of John & Margaret McDermott, M·M Thomas F. Burke. M-M Richare Charland S75 Katherine V. & Margaret M. WHalen, James F. Nicoletti, M·M Michael Coughlin; S70 In Memory of Gladys L. O'Neil; $65 M-M Louis Shea; $50 M·M John DZiduSlko, M·M Aime J. Gamelin, Vincent M. Fitzgerald, Michael Fitzgerajd, Elinor Lenaghan, Mrs. Louis D. Coffey, M-M Wilfred Salois, Mrs. John B. Cummings, In Memory 01 James Bradshaw, Or. & Mrs. Alfred J. Roy, M·M Arthur Latessa. M-M John Grant, M-M Robert K~chen, M·M Leo Flynn, M·M Fred Czerwonka, M·M Henry J. Lemerise, M·M George Nugent M-M Edward C. Berube, M·M Robert Rebello, Rita V. Kenny, Loretta P. Kenny, M-M Raymond McMullen, William Heany, M-M P. Henry Desmond, Collette Fortin, M·M Joseph C. Vieira, Mrs. Thomas Cullen, M·M Kenneth Marum, Mrs. Elizabeth Zalenski, M-M Lionel Braz, M·M Frank A. Connolly, Jr., M·M John Varao, Thomas F. Burke, Jr., Pamela Smith $40 M·M Howard Marcoul; S35 M·M Edward Willlowiez, M·M Willred Driscoll, M-M Edward Grace, Margaret J. Turner, MoM WiDiam Hacking. Daniel T. Foley, Marion Foley. M·M Joseph F. Doran, Helen V. Lomax, Mrs. Joseph McGuill; $30 M·M J. E. Cruger, M·M Everett Martin, M·M James Wilcol, M-M Paul R. Ounn, M-M John Donnelly Jr., Mary C. Bigelow, M·M Antone Fernandes, M·M John P. Harrington, M·M James Gibney, M·M Arnold Martin, The Benevides Family S25 M·M John J. Michael, Mrs. Francis Regan, M·M EdmundHussey, Mrs. Walter Fallon,ln Memory 01 Ruth Cutting. Mrs. John F. McMahon, M·M Thomas Stanton, Raymond Beausoleil, Mrs. John J. Sullivan. Germaine Barre, Dorothy F~gerald, Mrs. John Harding. M·M James MelVin, M·M Manuel Rapoza, Mrs. Yvette Lariviere, M-M Fred Plasski, A Friend, Margaret M. McCaffrey, John Reder, M·M Stephen Pietruska, Mary L. Walsh,ln Memory of Katherine M. McNaboe,ln Memory o!Thomas & Elise Guay, M-M Rene Lavoie, M·M John White, MoM Thomas P. Walsh, M·M Charles Wills, Mrs. TlUlmas Collins, M-M Joseph Malvey, M-M Donald Vermette, Michael Carvalho, M·M Ellwood Rounds, In Memory 01 Dennis Sullivan, Or. & Mrs. Joseph Rockett, Jr., M·M Bernard Ryan, M·M Elmer Stafford Jr., M-M Norman levesque, M·M Henry Kowalski, M-M David Ouellette, M. Pochon, Dona Masterson, Mrs. Martin McDonald, Anna Malone, Mrs. Joseph Carvalho, M·M Joseph Delaney, M·M Joseph Morais, Mrs. Eleanor Manchester, Mrs. Thomas A. O'Donnell, M·M Dennis Griffin, M·M William Mello, M·M Henry Sullivan, Ruth A. D'Errico, M-M Donald Peck, M·M George Clark, In Memory 01 David R. Kay S25 M·M Henry Ferland, Mrs. James J. Quinn, III, M·M Charles Frascatore, Maureen McCloskey, M-M Paul Lyons, M-M Stephen Comeau, M·M David Ozug, M·M Matthew Golen, M·M David Bishop, M-M Armand Nadeau, M·M Edward Quirk, M-M Reginald Cousineau, Mrs. Francis McGrath, M·M Richard Roderick, Mrs. James Eastwood, M·M Arthur Donovan, Mrs. Nicholas Hurst Mrs. Hilary WMe, M-M Stephen Nawrocki Jr., Honor Toohey, M·M Joseph M. Krupa, Jr., Mrs. Jane Wright M·M Timothy Sullivan, M·M John Azavedo, M·M Georges Soares

$700 M-M Wilson Curtis; $200 Claire Mullins; $100 M-M Alcide Morrell, M·M Lawrence Sousa. Atty. & Mrs. William F. Long. Jr., Mrs. Anthony GearY,ln Memory of Rev. John F. Hogan, John A. Carr, James B. Kelly, III. M·M Robert B. Reid; $60 M-M Joseph Keefe; S52 M·M Norman J. Roy; $50 In Memory of Jean Turn to Page 14

THE ANCHOR - Diocese of Fall River - Fri., May 22, 1987


Marian concert A concert honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary will be presented by the choir of St. Mary's Cathedral, Fall River, at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 31. The concert will include compositions by Britten, Durufle, contemporary works by Joncas, Peloquin and Hansen and familiar hymns such as 0 Sanctissima and the Arcadelt setting of Ave Maria.

Attendees will be invited to join in singing the hymns, chants and congregational refrains. Assisting the choir will be instrumentalists Ann Danis and Cheri Markward, violins; John Gomes, viola; and Ruth Trexler, cello. The organist will be Glenn Giuttari and the concert will be directed by Madeleine Grace. The public is invited.

Directors named MILWAUKEE (NC) - auxiliary Bishop Placido Rodriguez of Chicago, Father Edward J. Lattery, president of the Catholic Church Extension Society, and former Boston mayor John F.

Collins have been 'named to the board of directors of the Catholic League of Religious and Civil Rights, an antidefamation organization.

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TO CELEBRATE National Nursing Homes Week, 25 residents of Marian Manor, Taunton, joined other nursing home residents for luncheon at White's restaurant, Westport. Some ofthe Manorites traveled to White's by an old-fashioned trolley, top. Enjoying the ride, at left, first two rows, from left, are Jeannette McManus, Jennie Powers, Elizabeth Tyson and Gertrude Schofield. Jeniene St. Denis of the Manor's activities staff said that the week's activities also included a family social and Senior Olympics. (Motta photos)


LAKESIDE FAMILY FESTIVAL MAY 22 - 23 - 24 - 25 FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 6p.m. -Up.m. 12p.m. - IIp.m. 12p.m. - IIp.m. 12p.m. - 5p.m.


Church Candles - Altar Wines


SATURDAY, May 23 - Procession of Gifts 6:30 P.M. Band concert - Games - Food. Auction to Midnight

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SUNDAY, May 24 - Concelebrated Mass Sung in Portuguese 11:30 A.M. Rev. Jose Sousa, Preacher PROCESSION - At 3:00 P.M. - After Procession There Will Be Band Concert· Games - Prizes· Food and Refreshments and Auction until Midnight. MONDAY, May 25 - Memorial Day· Band Concert. Bazaar - Games - Food and Auction until 10 P.M. Music by Jorge Ferreira




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Fri., May 22,1987

the moorin&-, Mindless Advice The horrendous proposal by the Massachusetts Teachers Association that condoms be dispensed to seventh grade children without parental approval is perhaps one of the most irresponsible and insidious responses to the AIDS crisis. It is almost inconceivable that anyone with even the most rudimentary knowledge of elementary education would subvert and pervert the basic child-parent relationship by such stupidity. Yet the leadership of public education submits a proposal that would have the effect of undermining the family and its irreplaceable role in our social order. That a leadership group would try to sidestep parental approval and deal directly with a seventh grader in a decision process is a complete affront to every parent who has entrusted his or her child to the puplie school system. A school is only an aid to parents. It is not a substitute for them, nor should it try to assume parental accountability. The question of dispensing condoms has its own ethical and moral difficulties. To offer them to grammar school students is sheer madness, quite apart from the fact that their effectiveness is far from proven. They are not the solution to the AIDS crisis. Good sex education is indeed needed on all grade levels. But it should not be a substitute for parental responsibility. In the ideal, it should complement and be taught in conjunction with parental instruction. From our earliest days as a nation, we have considered the role of the parent in child education a cornerstone of our democracy. But none can doubt that we have developed an acceptance of freewheeling sex. It can be bought and sold like any other commodity and many Americans have made it a standard of personal freedom, pushing acceptance of everything and anything of a sexual nature under the guise of democratic independence. What they have actually achieved is a hedonistic and epicurean life style that proclaims "If it feels good, do it." What the MTA proposal does is repeat this message to seventh graders. It tells middle school students that they can do whatever they want with their bodies and no one, God or parent, has the right to say anything to the contrary. This is wrong: not only because it is unethical and immoral, but also because it destroys and debases young children in body and spirit. Such,an attempt to find a way for children to play safely at sex will inevitably lead to intensification of the AIDS problem. AIDS will not go away if condoms are dispensed by schools. In fact, such distribution will in all probability contribute to the spread of the disease rather than helping control it. Seventh graders should be taught that playing at sex, even with condoms, will place them in a higher AIDS risk category; that self-control and personal responsibility are not impossible; and that reverence and self-respect are not obsolete. These are the concepts we should be advocating for children, parents and families as we seek to control and combat the scourge of AIDS. Inaccurate information is not the answer. Guidelines which uphold the dignity of the human person even at the price of self-denial must be accepted as part of our lifestyles. If we refuse acceptance of this course as a real answer to the AIDS crisis, we will indeed all be victims of a disease that has no heart or soul. The Editor

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Southern priests challenged BILOXI, Miss. (NC) -: At their first joint gathering, the priests of Mississippi and Alabama were challenged to evangelize blacks, fight racism in and outside the church, and be advocates for the poor. They also were urged to welcome collaborative ministry with the laity and to develop attitudes of trust and openness to help deal with frustration and loneliness. Some 180 priests from the two states gathered in Biloxi earlier this month with their bishops for the first convocation of the priests of the ecclesiastical province of Mobile, Ala. The province, headed by the Mobile archdiocese, also includes the Birmingham diocese in Alabama and the Biloxi and Jackson dioceses in Mississippi. In an opening address on the meeting's theme, "Priestly Life and Ministry in the South," Jackson Bishop William Houck said that Southern priests need to evangelize blacks in a region "where racism still exists in the hearts of the people and in our own hearts." "In an area where the Catholic Church is still seen as a white man's church, we must offer our Catholic faith to all of these people - all of God's people. We must develop positive attitudes, willingness and the skills to minister [to

blacks]," said Bishop Houck, an Alabama native. In another address'Trinity Missions Brother Loughlan Sofield, a psychologist, told priests that they cannot deal effectively with anger, frustrations and loneliness in their lives by suppressing those feelings and becoming "consecrated refrigerators." To deal with their feelings, priests need to develop "intimate" or "inner circle" relationships with "your fellow priests and the lay people you serve," said Brother Sofield, codirector of the Trinity Ministries Center in Stirling, N.J. "Are you willing to allow yourselfto be known and to allow people to care about your' he asked. "The greatest mistake you can make is to stand alone.... You can't be loving, compassionate

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priests unless you develop a capacity for intimacy." He said opening oneself to intimacy is "a risk with no guarantees." But pric:sts and bishops need "to create a climate ofsafety, trust," , in which they can openly express their own "needs, desires and fears" and challenge one another to deal with problems, he said. Bishop Houck said his diocese of Jackson, with a 40 percent black population, "has a higher percentage of blacks than any other U.S. diocese." He said priests and lay people in the South "live in a culture that is still racist but must learn to deal with one another interracially." Describing Alabama and Mississippi as "mostly rural, predominantly Protestant and strained with poverty," Bishop Houck urged priests to develop "attitudes and skills" of evangelization which will . "advocate justice for the poor" and "bring Christ into the marketplace, our homes, our recreation, everywhere we are between morning coffee and evening Scotch." He also asked priests to welcome the growing role of the laity in the church and view active lay ministry "as a new, vibrant opportunity for the life of the church, rather than a burden."

The 80s disease This is a column that grew to four. Other than during Lent, I don't usually write series of columns, but when last fall I asked for reader wisdom on minor depression, 1 had little inkling of what your response would be. For two months, 1got bulging packets of letters and 1 decided that the topic merits more than a few hundred words. Response represents the greatest reader reaction 1 have received on a single topic in 20 years of writing this column. My own reaction? 1 wanted to sit down and write to all of you who shared your pain, recovery, and advice to others. Your letters were filled with pathos and hope but most of all, with a desire to help others who suffer from this baffling condition. If you or family members suffer from depression, 1suggest you clip this column and the upcoming three so you can refer to them in the future. Depression has been called the disease of the 80s and your response tells me this is true. Many of you asked for anonymity. Not to worry. But after reading your letters, 1 detect enough common threads to conclude that depression is universal in its pain and unique in its roots and intensity. Because of you 1 have enough material to write a book but also because of you, 1 realize there are

sufficient good books out there on depression. In part four of this series, 1 will list those you suggested as helpful at a time you were experiencing either minor or major depression. I especially admire you for shar-. ing your innermost feelings and thoughts to help others. This is the basis of Christian caring - the "I know what you're going through" ministry found in AA and other support groups. 1 learned so much from you. 1 heard over and over that "minor" or"housewife" depression is neither minor nor limited to women. No depression is minor when one is experiencing it. "Minor" is a label assigned by professionals to indicate nonhospitalized or nonviolent depressions. Thus a person who is afraid to leave home, who feels constantly unworthy and unlovable, and who considers death as freedom, may be labeled as having minor depression. Many of my responses were from women and men considered highly successful in our society's definition of success - busy, achieving, attractive - and hurting. Many had reached a point in their lives where they asked, '~Is this all there is?" and "What's the use?" You told me about the expectations and perfectionism put on you by yourself, your parents and

Support education If you are worried about how to pay, for Junior's college education down the road don't give it another thought: If the prediction of Herbert I.

London, dean of New York University's Gallatin Division, proves correct, by then there may not be any universities or colleges. Several trends indicate that London may be right. First, the lowering of academic standards at universities and colleges is causing faculty morale to decrease. The intellectual life at colleges is overburdened with remedial courses and in many places there is a festering intolerance for open discussion of issues. This is in direct opposition to what a university is all about. Tuition costs have increased at three times the inflation rate and it is predicted that middle-class parents won't have the earning power to send their child to college. The federal government's longstanding commitment to subsidize education quickly is becoming another line item for budget-cutters.

outcry caused lawmakers to reverse their budget priorities. At Illinois Benedictine College, where 1 spent five years, there was a time when everyone was frightened about its future and feared its closing. Thanks to strong leadership, renewed planning and a faculty and administration that were more like a family than like individuals out for their own isolated good, Illinois Benedictine is celebrating its 100th birthday. At The Catholic University of America, where 1conduct research now, this same demoralization was experienced. That university too is

May 23' 1944, Rev. William F. Donahue Ass~stant, St. Francis Xavier, Hy~ anms May 24 1907, Rev. James F. Clark Founder, St. James, New Bedford 1985, Rev. Patrick Heran, S.S.B.e.e., Former Rector, Sacred Heart Seminary, Fairhaven May 25 : 1925, Rev. Michael P. Kirby St. Mary's, North Attleboro ' 1961, Rev. James V. Mendes Administrator, Our Lady of Angels, Fall River

Another threat to college education is that some large corporations are attracting the brightest high school graduates. Soon we may see "corporate B.A.s" replacing college B.A.s. The knock-out punch to higher education, according to London, will be "the university's loss of legitimacy...the devastating public devaluation ofa college education."


.1 jotted down some thoughts for this column while sitting in front of the Library of Congress in Washington, facing the Capitol. Not long ago the library shortened its hours because of budget cuts. But the hours subsequently were lengthened. Lobbying and public

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your family. And about your family and friends who tell you not to be depressed because you have so much going for you. And about your childhoods that haunt your adulthoods. 1 wish with all my heart 1 could respond to each letter personally or get you in touch with one another but 1 can't. All 1 can do here is thank you and in subsequent columns pass on your wisdom to others. 'But please do not feel rejected by my lack of response. You have taught me much and 1hope to pass on to readers struggling with depression your experience and wisdom. On behalf ofthem and myself, 1 thank God for your taking the time to write. Upcoming columns will deal with how friends and relatives can help someone deal with depression, its roots and the feelings commonly associated with it, what does and doesn't work in overcoming depression and books, groups and cassettes which have helped readers deal with this debilitating condition.

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Will Miami schools close for pope? WASHINGTON (NC) - A national church-state separation group, citing potential violations ofthe Constitution, has threatened a lawsuit if Miami public schools are closed for Pope John Paul II's Mass in that city Sept. II. Americans United for Separation of Church and State, based in suburban Washington, criticized the planned school holiday and said it will decide on filing suit after the Dade County school board makes a final decision on the day off. The county includes metropolitan Miami. ' The Archdiocese of Miami has had no comment on the dispute

between Americans United and the school board, although Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy praised the school closing decision when it was first announced. The school board, like Archbishop McCarthy earlier, cited potential traffic and security problems connected with the papal visit. Meanwhile a request by Bishop Thomas Daily of Palm Beach that public school officials in his diocese close schools Sept. 11 was turned down when school boards in the five counties involved said they could not comply because school calendars for fall were fixed.




FATHER EUGENE HEMRICK celebrating its centenary thanks to strong leadership and a will to make progress. The knowledge contained in an institution like the Library of Congress is representative of something that goes beyond what it takes to make our youth technical employees in an industrial world. It represents the sort of knowledge and education that extends to the whole person. It forms the type of person needed to deter a nuclear holocaust, a person concerned about the Third World, a person with a cultivated soul. Our colleges and universities must always be legitimate and of public value. 1believe the time has come to care more than ever about our universities and colleges. It is a care that must translate into letters ofsupport, contributions and, most of all, keeping abreast of what is happening to our educational systems. The people in colleges and universities have shown they can overcome problems and thrive. Still a little outside support would h~lp their efforts greatly.

Job strategies BATON ROUGE, La. (NC)Calling current unemployment a "moral scandal," Bishop Stanley J. Ott of Baton Rouge has issued a pastoral letter urging Catholics to do more about it. For example, he suggested, parishes could help start search and day care programs,job banks, buyers' coorperatives and support groups for the unemployed.




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Bishop declines disputed degree DeRosa said Bishop Mugavero NEW YORK (NC) - The considered that opponents had atBrooklyn College 'faculty council, tacked his "basic religious values." reconsidering an earlier vote, apAlthough the incident has been proved an honorary degree May 5 for Bishop Francis J. Mugavero of "painful," the bishop found it served to help him underscore Brooklyn. church teaChing on the moral issues But a spokesman for the bishop in dispute. said he would decline the degree. The vote to approve the degree was 65-21 with three absentions. A month earlier the council provoked criticism from New York Mayor Continued from Page One Ed Koch and New York Gov. Mario Cuomo, among others, when , deny these tensions or our relait voted 36-29 not to include the tionship with those who voice them, bishop's name on a list of recom- lest we distance ourselves from the reconciling challenge made plain mended honorees. Bryan Kell, public information to us in the Gospel." A Catholic response signed by officer for the college, part of the City University of New York, said Archbishop John L. May of St. May 6 that while opponents ofthe Louis, NCCB president, and Msgr. degree cited Bishop Mugavero's Daniel F. Hoye, NCCB general stand on homosexuality, support- secretary, praised those who signed ers defended his record as progres- the statement for "their goodness sive within the Roman Catholic in lifting up these' sentiments of context and commended his work common faith and vision." "With them we pray that the for Jewish-Christian relations, imforthcoming visit of Pope John , migrants and the poor. Paul II will further focus our hopes and sharpen our sense of the ecu, menical opportunities before the people of our country," Archbishop May and Msgr. Hoye stated.

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Continued From Page One At another convention session Immaculate Heart of Mary Sister Amata Miller, an economist, said America is experiencing a "dramatic shift in the distribution of income" which moves the country away from its earlier ideal of equality for all people. She urged priests to take up the NEW YORK (NC) - Three challenge of the pastoral by adoptFranciscan priests who received a ing a simpler lifestyle. If enough $1.3 million windfall from the City Americans were to live more of New York in 1985 for a shelter simply, she said, it could make an for the homeless recently held an "enormous difference" for the Third open house to show what they World. have done with the money. Peter Steinfels, editor of the Fathers John Felice, John McCatholic lay journal Commonweal, Vean and Thomas Walters welsaid the economy pastoral "is far comed visitors to the newly purfrom completed" and in fact is just chased and renovated building they the beginning of a long process of have named St. Francis Residence education and challenge. III. The federation gave its annual Located on Manhattan's lower· President's Award to Msgr. George West Side, the residence is a fiveHiggins, calling him the "dean of story brick building accommodatAmerican Catholic social action." ing 80 people in single rooms. Like Msgr. Higgins handled labor and two previous residences opened by social justice concerns for the U.S. the friars, it will primarily serve Catholic Conference for' over 30 the mentally ill homeless. years. The $1.3 million came to the Among resolutions they approvpriests from a $2 million penalty ed, federation 'delegates: paid by a developer who had dem- Called unanimously for more olished buildings without a per- justice for workers in the church, mit. Since the Franciscans had a including development of clear perreputation for service to the home- sonnel policies and wage and beneless, Mayor Edward Koch turned fit scales, and recognition of the much of the penalty money over to right to organize. them. - Voted, 121-3, for restoration The priests also raised money of the authority of Seattle Archfrom 30 foundations and trusts to bishop Raymond Hunthausen ~'im­ meet total purchase and renova- mediately, completely and uncontion costs of $2.8 million. ditionally." At Vatican request, The three St. Francis residences, authority has been divided since accommodating more than 300 last year between the archbishop people, provide support services and his auxiliary, Bishop Donald as well as rooms. Each residence Wuerl. - Backed, without dissent, a has a nurse, a social worker and motion to discuss and promote use two program directors. Most residents receive Supple- of inclusive or gender-neutral lanmental Security Income or some guage. - Opposed, 115-4, further U.S. other government benefit, and from that they pay a modest rent. Low aid to the contras, the guerrilla cost breakfasts and lunches are forces fighting the Sandinista govsold but residents are responsible ernment in Nicaragua. - Supported, 119-2, a recent for their own evening meal. The residences, however, make antinuclear peace protest at which only a small dent in Manhattan's Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Gumhousing problem. Many thousands bleton of Detroit and retired Bishop of people sleep on sidewalks or in Charles Buswell of Pueblo, Colo., were arrested. • makeshift shelters. - Urged, 119-3, congressional A Bit of Perfection support for a peace tax 'fund. "We Christians actually do have - Backed, 119-1, sanctuary within us a portion of the very movement efforts to give safe U.S. thoughts and mind of Christ." - I haven to refugees from Central Cor. 2:16 America.

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BOSTON PROVINCE representatives at the NFPC convention, from left seated, Fathers John P. Moore, CP, Springfield, Joseph M. Costa and John A. Perry, Fall River; standing, Fathers Francis Reilly, Springfield, Richard Trainor, Worcester.

- Called, without dissent, for full employment as a U.S. policy. - Urged, with one opposing vote, release of annual public financial statements each year by the Holy See. The delegates voted, 72-46, to study alternative administration models for parishes, with the aim of examining ways laity could assume more administrative responsibilities, freeing priests for more pastoral work. The federation elected Father Joseph Brink of Covington, Ky., as president-elect for the coming year and president from 1988 to 1990, succeeding Father Richard Hynes of Neward, N.J.

Graduates Continued From Page One Father James F. Burbank, CSC, chaplains, will concelebrate with area priests. A baccalaureate Mass will be offered at 11 a.m. graduation day for seniors at Coyle and Cassidy High School, Taunton. Both Mass and graduation will take place at St. Mary's Church, Taunton, with Father Richard M. Roy, school chaplain, and area priests celebrating the Mass and Father Michael K. McManus as graduation speaker. Father McManus, a 1972 Coyle and Cassidy graduate, is a parochial vicar at St. Mary's Cathedral, Fall River, and diocesan ViceChancellor for Administration and Finance. After his 1976graduation from Holy Cross College, Worcester, he taught at Coyle and Cassidy before becoming administrative assistant to the mayor of Taunton. Father McManus entered the seminary in 1981 and was ordained two y~ars ago. Charles Barton and Mark Bettencourt are the Taunton high School's valedictorian and salutatorian. A summary of program details follows: • Sunday, May 31, 2 p.m. Bishop Stang, 113 girls, 110 boys. • Sunday, May 31, 7:30 p.m. Bishop Connolly, 84 girls, 85 boys. • Tuesday, June 2,8 p.m. Bishop Feehan, 130 girls, 105 boys. • Thursday, June 4, 4 p.m. Coyle and Cassidy, 84 girls, 74 boys.

Three representatives ofthe Fall River diocese recently participated in the 11 th annual Project FAITH seminar, an acronym for FrancoAmerican Interest in the Handicapped. Th.ey are Ferdinand and Gladys Macedo of New Bedford, religious education teachers for the diocesan Apostolate for Persons with Disabilities and Rev. Joseph Viveiros the apostolate's director. The seminar, held at Our Lady of Peace Spiritual Life Center in Narragansett, RI, was sponsored by Union Saint-Jean-Baptiste, a fraternal benefit society headquartered in Woonsocket, RI. . The keynote speaker was Sister Janet Marchisani, OP, a pastoral services coordinator for the deaf in the New York archdiocese, who also led a· workshop on sacred dance and prayer. FATHER James Murphy, Vicar of Hispanic Ministry for the Anchorage archdiocese, celebrated his 25th anniversary of priestly ordination on May 18 with Mass and reception at Our Lady of Guadalupe Centre in Anchorage. Archbishop Francis T. ' Hurley and other priests of the archdiocese were concelebrants of the Mass.


Father Murphy was ordained May 11, 1962, at St. Mary's Cathedral, Fall River, by Bishop James L. Connolly. He is the son of the late John Murphy and Anna Flynn of New Bedford and has two sisters, Mrs. Mary Hill and Mrs. Anne Olsen. After serving from 1962 to 1966 at St. Patrick's parish, Fall River, Father Murphy worked with the Society of St. James, a group of diocesan priests ministering in Latin America. From 1966 to 1971 he studied in Peru and worked in Bolivia and from 1971 to 1982 . directed the Hispanic apostolate in the Fall River diocese. Father Murphy came to Alaska in February, 1982, to begin a Hispanic ministry program. In September, 1985, he was incardinated in the Anchorage archdiocese.

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FIRST graders sing at the fair. (Brooks photo)

Taunton parish offers religious education fair A religious education fair, "Teach the Childreri Well," was recently offered at St. Joseph's parish, Taunton. Organized by parish religious education coordinator Margaret Travis, the fair featured a display of art work, tests and projects by students in grades one through seven, plus musical entertainment , by first, second and sixth graders. Catechists were on hand to answer questions. The event followed a liturgy for children and other parishioners, celebrated by Father Kevin J. Harrington, parochial vicar. Religious education students sang at the celebration, accompanied by the parish folk group. At the fair, classroom banners decorated the church hall as Father William E. Farland, pastor, and Sister Eugenia Brady, SJC, diocesan associate director of religious education, gave welcoming addresses. o

Grade one students sang "If I were a Butterfly" and "Amen, Praise the Lord," second graders sang "Our Father" and grade six students offered "Hail Mary, Gentle Woman."

Sixth grade students at St. Anthony School, New Bedford, recently received a certificate of thanks from New Bedford Fire Chief Rogj:r Savoie. When Savoie was hurt rescuing a child, the students sent him getwell cards. The Savoie family responded with the certificate and a basket of apples. The notes to Savoie were part of a fifth and sixth grade "prayer project" which includes sending handmade greeting cards to classmates, families and persons learned about through the news media. The thank

you, get-well and "We are Praying for You cards are designed in religion classes, as are "Welcome to Our World" cards for newborns.

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CC Freshman Ann Gedrites recently toured the State House and Freedom Trail and attended sessions of the state legislature as a participant in the Massachusetts

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Student Elizabeth Boyle recently received a magna cum laude certificate for her performance on the National Junior Classical League national merit exam. Student John Freitas merited a cum laude certificate.

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On display, for grade one, were a plaid moose, a creation booklet and prayer rocks;. grade two, a Last Supper booklet, prayer chains and heart mobiles; grade three, an apostles collage and People Are the Church project; grade four, commandments and beatitudes projects and a St. Patrick's Day bishops' project. Grade five, sacraments and seasons of the church year projects; grade six, 12-foot rainbow, symbolizing God's covenant with Noah, the ark of the covenant and Bible projects; grade seven, Bible slogans and an- art project on the apostles and other New Testament figures.

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Dr. Pellegrino raps service to poor given by "some Catholic hospitals" NEW YORK (NC) Prominent Catholic physician Edmund D. Pellegrino warned in a May 17 address that some Catholic hospitals were letting economic pressures drive them into compromising on their Christian obligation to serve the poor. Pellegrino, who is professor of medicine and director of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics at Georgetown University in Washington, made the remarks in a keynote address at a seminar for Catholic hospital administrators at St. John's University in New York. He declined to identify any specific institutions, but in the address and an interview afterward he said he had observed "trends and tendencies" toward practices such as screening to limit the number of poor patients and certain categories of patients, such as drug addicts. Catholic hospitals, as well as other Catholic institutions, should cease to exist rather than compromise their principles if the choice comes to that, said the practicing physician, who was president of The Catholic University of America in Washington in 1978-82. He said practical steps could be taken that would enable Catholics to continue their healing ministry on Christian principles. In an interview, Pellegrino voiced confidence that Catholic hospitals could survive without violating their principles on issues such as abortion where they may expe~ rience legal and community pressures from a pluralistic society. But in his address, he focused on economic pressures to compromise Christian principles of service for the sake of institutional survival. "I detest the notion of a health care industry," Pellegrino said. "It is reprehensible." Health care is not production of a "commodity" but ministry to people whose ability to function in a human way has been impaired, he said. There is a moral obligation, he said, for health care personnel to act in the interest of the patients, not in their own interest or the interest of the hospital, the 'family, science or a bureaucratic agency. Pellegrino said he found some Catholic hospitals making dubious alliances for financial reasons and displaying a morally questionable "Robin Hood syndrome," making a profit out of more affluent patients to finance charity for the poor. He added that Catholic hospitals had no mandate to redistribute wealth, even for good purposes. The Robin Hood approach, Pellegrino said, also leads Catholic hospitals to cater to physicians with rich patients and to give these patients better care. But the main objection, he said, is that it does not face the fundame:ntal issue of the responsibility of the society and the church to provide care for the poor. Pellegrino said hospitals could save large sums by more efficient use of resources and avoiding unnecessary procedures. The practice of"defensive medicine," ordering unnecessary procedures as a guard against liability suits, is not ethically justified, he said. . Setting up systems for regional cooperation of Catholic hospitals would also save money while ena-

bling them to refer patients to other institutions governed by similar moral principles, Pellegrino said. He called for greater involvement of bishops and the total church in carrying out health ministries:

As an example of the initiative needed from bishops, Pellegrino said Archbishop James A. Hickey of Washington enlisted 250 physicians, dentists and others to give services in their offices to "the poorest of the poor."

Msgr. Gomes shares farewell Msgr. Anthony M. Gomes, diocesan director of the Catholic Charities Appeal and pastor of Fall River's Our Lady ofthe Angels parish, graduated from Indiana's University of Notre Dame in 1938. His love for and fascination with the school have never ended. He has a Notre Dame room at his rectory, sports a Notre Dame wristwatch and has filled his CCA office with Notre Dame mementos, including a campus map and football souvenirs. The priest was a quarterback for the Fighting Irish in the 30s and also played shortstop for the university's baseball team. He now enjoys his activities as an assistant to the school's resident football team chaplain and as a member of both the Rhode Island/ Southeastern Massachusetts and Greater Boston Notre Dame alumni clubs. So it's no wonder that he'd be happy when a classmate got recognized for his achievements. Father Theodore M. Hesburgh,

CSC, another member of ND's class of '38 and for 35 years the school's president, recently offered his retirement address; a live, hourlong satellite program carried it and a retrospective of highlights of the Hesburgh years to sites arranged by 126 ND alumni clubs. Msgr. Gomes was among thousands gathered to experience the farewell, watching at the Sheraton Islander in Newport, with Rhode Island / Southeastern Massachusetts alumni. A reception and dinner preceded the historic showing, he said. He notes that Father Hesburgh has been awarded more honorary degrees than anyone else in history and holds the longevity record as a U.S. university president. The Fall River priest is full of compliments for his classmate: "I've gotten to know him very well over the years," Msgr. Gomes said. "He's a very intelligent man. He's a humble fellow, too. I think he's a good friend."

INAUGURATING its annual Cardinal Medeiros Scholarship Competition, Boston University has a warded full tuition four-year scholarships to a graduate of each of Boston's 13 parochial high schools. BU president John Silber, who met the cardinal when he was bishop of Brownsville, Tex., and the president was a University of Texas dean, said the scholarship program memorializes the prelate's "effective and self~effacingefforts to enlarge understanding among the diverse citizens of his archdiocese." This year's scholarships are valued at $613,000. By the time the .first recipients graduate, BU will have enrolled 52 Medeiros Scholars, representing a contribution at current rates of $2,454,400 to archdiocesan students. The 1987 recipients rank in the 95th percentile of their classes and their grade point average is 3.6. Five of them are their class valedictorians and four are salutatorians. Cardinal Medeiros came to Fall River as a young man from his native Azores and was a pastor in the Fall River diocese before being named bishop of Brownsville. He died in 1983 and is buried with his parents in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Fall River. He is pictured with President Silber.




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Handbell choir, painting complementary Members ofthe Cathedral Youth and Handbell Choir from St. Patrick's Cathedral, Norwich, Conn., were heard earlier this month at St. Anthony's parish, East Falmouth. Ranging in age from 13 to 18, the choris.ters both sing and ring handbells. Each spring they tour New England parishes under direc·. ; tion of Douglas Green, organist and cathedral director of music since 1976. The youth group is part of a four-choir system at St. Patrick's, numbering over 120 members. Behind it in the picture above is a painting of Our Lady of Fatima that is the pride of St. Anthony's parish. Its unusual history follows, excerpted from an article by Margaret Donnellan in The Anchor for June 20, 1957. Fatima Painting When Father J.M. Bettencourt e Avila was made pastor of St. Anthony's in East Falmouth in 1944, he found a decent church awaiting him. It was clean and neat and adequate but with no claim to artistic beauty. Like all good pastors he had a great desire to beautify the house of God, yet he did not want to put any extra burden upon his parishioners. He longed for a beautiful altar. He desired walls and ceiling and furnishings to correspond, and he dreamed also, he was almost afraid to put it into words, of a painting of Our Lady to hang above the altar. Being of Portuguese ancestry, naturally the picture often in his mind was Our Lady as she appeared to the three children at Fatima. He sometimes talked with Father Silva, his companion, as they sat together. Somehow a dream seems nearer when it is shared by another, especially one in sympathy. Father Avila also had great devotion to St. Anthony, patron of his parish. St. Anthony had been born in Portugal- who knows how many prayers were addressed to the great wonder-worker?

As the two priests talked together in the evenings the subject of the painting was discussed. One day Father Avila expressed the wish that the great artist, Henrique Medina could paint the picture. He had never seen this famous man but he had seen some of his work. He was a Portuguese artist well known in Europe, South America and the United States as a portrait painter of unusual talent. Father Silva agreed it would be wonderful and then the two laughed at their own audacity in dreaming of such a thing. Yet one can dream, and all things are possible with God, and often he works in strange ways. In November of 1944 Father Avila was invited to spend a few days vacation with an old friend, Mr. Abecassis, at his home in a town in New York. He was a successful business man, and like Father Avila, was Portuguese by birth. On the night of his arrival at his friend's home, after the first greetings, Mr. Abecassis told him there was another guest, a famous portrait painter from his homeland, PortugaL He had retained Mr. Medina to paint a portrait of his wife, Madame Lucienne Abecassis. Father Avila's surprise was unbounded. He could hardly believe his ears. The artist of his dreams under his friend's roof! He slept little that night. Perhaps - dreams sometimes come true, if one believes and prays enough. When he was introduced to his fellow guest he told him of his desire to have a painting of Our Lady of Fatima. The unexpected meeting had given him courage so he broached his hope that Mr. Medina would do the ·work. The artist shook his head, his particular gift was portrait painting, he could not do justice to such a work. Father Avila tried to conceal his blighted hopes. He had been so keyed up and success seemed so near. The artist sensed the intense disappointment and tried to soften

the blow. He promised to go with Father Avila to the Art Museum in New York City. The priest could pick out a picture of the Virgin which appealed to him and Mr. Medina would make an unsigned copy of it. The young priest agreed but it was not what he desired and his heart was not in it. Together they studied painting after painting but none satisfied him. Then they viewed paintings of Our Lady of Fatima which had attracted attention in various parts of the city. None of these appealed to Father Avila or the artist himself. They returned to the town dejected. That evening when Father Avila had resigned himself to his disappointment, the artist said quietly, "I will paint you a picture of Our Lady of Fatima." No date was set, it was simply a promise.




When the picture arrived he felt that it should not be hung above the altar then in the church. The altar must be beautiful also, so that the painting would complement, not detract from the great Sacrifice. He went to work on the task of beautifying St. Anthony's Church. How well he succeeded can be seen in the lovely church which today stands on a slight rise of ground and in beauty of interior and exterior invites to reverence and prayer.



Father Avila returned home thankful and happy, but his happiness was not unalloyed. Now arose the gnawing anxiety of where to get the money to pay for the painting when finished. A great day came at last. In the fall of 1945 Father Avila received a letter from Henrique Medina. He wrote that the picture was finished and that he was sending it Father Avila stared hard at the next line "A free gift, to Father Avila, for the Church of Saint Anthony, in honor of Our Lady of Fatima." This time Father Avila's joy was unalloyed.



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Getting children to mind By Dr. James and Mary Kenny Dear Dr. Kenny: How do you get kids to mind? I know this is a general question, but I seem to have problems from twos to teens• They don't do what I say, and sometimes even punishment doesn't work. Am I missing something? (New York) What a nice straight letter. I like the fact that your question is general. Of course children don't mind. That's what parents are for, to show children the right way to do and behave, to ready them for a happy and productive adulthood. The word "discipline" means to teach. Good discipline means that you as a parent are successful at getting your point across, or that you accomplish your goal. Some parents mistakenly think of discipline as punishment. There is much more to discipline than punishment. Too often when a parentallecture fails, the only other response parents can think of is to punish. When that does not work either, they blame the child for being irresponsible or disobedient. Actually, there are many more and better strategies parents can use to obtain compliance. Modeling or example is the best way to teach or discipline. Whether you are concerned about a small child coming when called or a teen drinking, good parental example is a powerful tool.

Parents can exert physical control without being punitive. If a young child does not come when called, go get him and bring him in nicely. If a teenage daughter stays out late at a party, do the same. They will learn that the parent follows through.

tImes have we heard the statement, "He's just doing that to get attention." Or, "The more I get after him the worse he gets." This holds hue for foot-draggers on their way to school, noisemakers and procrastinators putting off the dishes, as well as adults trying to stop overeating or smoking. If the kids are shoving and fightKids and other people will do ing, separate them. Send one outwhat gains attention. It is an side. That stops the squabble. If important rule of effective discilittle ones are running through the pline to give youngsters attention house, grab the slowest one and for doing right, and to be brief and hold onto him for 30 seconds. immediate in responding to any That will stop the race. You as misbehavior. We need to catch our parent are being effective at obtainyoungster right in the act of being ing the desired result. You do not good. have to use your mouth and you The two most important princican even be pleasant. ples I know for good discipline Charting is an excellent way to and getting children to mind are obtain good results. Industry and these: sports both keep statistics as a way I. There is more to discipline to obtain what they want: a better than lectures and punishrpent. Use work rate, or more rebounds and some of the other methods for assists. Why shouldn't parents do obtaining compliance. the same? 2. As much as possible, give A chart for room pickup might attention to good behavior and break the overall job into seven or treat bad behavior very' briefly. eight smaller parts: bed made, floor - Ignoring is not doing nothing. It is picked up, dirty clothes in hamper, a powerful way to get rid of certain etc. Then give a point or smile face behaviors. Behavior of any kind, for each sub task completed by a including misbehavior, will not certain time. Charting has the ad- continue long without attention. vantage of emphasizing the posiGood luck. tive. Reader questions on family livPerhaps the biggest mistake we parents make in discipline is giving too much attention to the behavior we want to stop. How many

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Blessed Edith Stein, a valiant woman By Antoinette Bosco Ever since I first heard of Edith Stein - a convert to Catholicism· from the Jewish faith, who entered the Carmelites Oct. 14, 1933 - I have been drawn to her. Now she has been declared blessed by Pope John Paul II. She is called a "martyr of Auschwitz" because she was transported, with several hundred other Catholics of Jewish origin, from Holland to the notorious death camp at Auschwitz, Poland, in early August 1942. Known as Sister Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, she'and her sister Rosa, also a convert, were never heard from again. It is assumed that they were killed Aug. 9. Last year the first translation of her autobiography, covering her life up to the year 1916, was published(lCS Publications, Washington). It is a remarkable work which she herself titled "Life in a Jewish Family."

Edith Stein was a brilliant German scholar and philosopher the first assistant to the found~r of phenomenology, Edmund Husserl, and a noted writer and lecturer in the I 920s and 1930s. The youngest of II children, her father died when she was 2. Her mother ran both her family and her husband's lumber business after she became a widow. Edith was precocious, learned easily and retained everything. She also was a determined person and when she decided something was right, nothing could change her mind. This was true for two major decisions, both of which, at first, somewhat broke her mother's heart: serving as a nurse during World War I and, later, choosing to join the Catholic Church. Was Edith Stein a person of the substance that makes a saint? I truly believe so.

Her autobiography testifies to the solid family values she received from her Jewish heritage and which shaped her strong character. As a young person, for instance, she abstained from even a drop of alcohol "to avoid being personally responsible for losing even the smallest particle of my freedom of spirit and my human dignity." She admits coming to the belief in her adulthood that what was important was to bring "those who suffer comfort, healing and salvation." She had, finally, one central message that she called her "ceterum censeo" (certain challenge) ever to "seek how one may go about living at the hand of the Lord."

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O.L. LOURDES, TAUNTON Holy Name Society communion breakfast open to all follows 8 a.m. Mass June 7, school hall basement; speaker: MichaeIJ. Donly, principal ofTaunton's Coyle and Cassidy High School and a regional associate of the National Catholic Educational Association; information: Bob Mendes, 824-7482, 822-6580. HOLY CROSS, FR Marking the 60th anniversary of the laying of the church cornerstone, a reunion of parishioners, friends and school alumni begins at a concelebrated 4 p.m. Mass tomorrow; celebration follows at Venus de Milo restaurant, Swansea; parish and school memorabilia will be displayed. CHRIST THE KING, COTUIT/MASHPEE Evening of prayer and praise 7:30 p.m. each Thursday, St. Jude the Apostle Chapel, Cotuit. The parish has presented sets ofThe New Catholic Encyclopedia to the Cotuit and Mashpee libraries. ST.ANNE,FR Exposition of Blessed Sacrament after II :30 a.m. Mass today; hour of adoration 2 p.m. today, shrine. Pack meeting 7 tonight, school. SACRED HEART, TAUNTON Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus 7 p.m. Wednesdays includes prayers, litany and Benediction: during May rosary recitation replaces homily. HOLY GHOST, ATTLEBORO Sister Theresa Bisson, OP, has joined the parish staff as religious education coordinator. The parish thanks its 33 religious education volunteer.s for their efforts: special thanks to first communion teachers Flo Fournier, Carol Standley and Doris Castro. Fifth Dominga at home of Joseph and Mary Aguiar, 105 Palm Street; Mass 7 tonight; all welcome. ST. JAMES, NB Parish School Advisory Council meeting 7 tonight, St. John the Baptist parish rectory. CYO Council meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday, parish center. Parish Council meeting 2 p.m. May 31, rectory. 100th anniversary update meeting 2 p.m. June 7, church hall. ST. MARY, SEEKONK Parishioners Leo and Veronica Tracey are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. Adult Bible discussion on St. Matthew's Gospel 7 to 8:15 p.m. Wednesday and 9:45 to II a.m. Thursday. Women's Guild Father Cornelius J. Keliher Scholarship (award based on need) available to a parishioner at a Catholic high school; applications from pastor Father Francis L. Mahoney. SACRED HEART, FR Stella Pavao and Helen Bilodeau have been installed as Women's Guild directors. ST. THOMAS MORE, SOMERSET Somerset High School senior Ann Marie Kelley is the 1987 recipient of the Rev. Howard A. Waldron Memorial Scholarship presented by the Women's Guild; she will attend North Adams State College. ST. JEAN BAPTISTE, FR Free concert with Father Andre Patenaude, MS, 3 p.m. June 7; all welcome.

O.L. MT. CARMEL, SEEKONK The parish thanks all who assisted with the 1986-87 Children's Liturgy of the Word program. A core group has been formed to prepare the parish for the Renew program.

ST.MARY,NB 12 parish Cub Scouts have earned the Parvuli Dei religious award, completing a fo~r-month course which included classes conducted by parish permanent deacon Lawrence A. St. Onge. Father John F. Moore, pastor and director of the diocesan Permanent Diaconate program, will be on retreat this weekend with permanent diaconate candidates, including parishioner Claude LeBlanc. The parish thanks 1986-87 religious education workers.

NOTRE DAME, FR ANTHONY, MATTAPOISETT Memorial Day Mass 8 a.m. May ST.The parish thanks 1986-87 reli30, church; 10 a.m. Mass at Notre gious education teachers. Dame Cemetery mausoleum. ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST, ST. MARY, FAIRHAVEN Dominga next week: Jose Bizarro, POCASSET Parish council meeting 7:30 p.m. 7 Morgan St. Wednesday. ORDER OFTHE ALHAMBRA Leon Caravan, Fall River, will SSt PETER AND PAUL, FR participate in a regional meeting 8 Parish picnic May 24, St. Vincent p.m. June 5, Our Lady of Mercy de Paul Camp, Westport. Center, Worcester. O.L. VICTORY, CENTERVILLE Renewal of marriage vows at noon Mass May 31; brunch follows, parish center; information: parish office, 775-5744. Parish council meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. CAPE IRISH CHILDREN'S PROGRAM . Host families for Catholic and Protestant children from Ireland needed June 29 to Aug. 10; information: Mary Smith, 362-4023. ST. LOUIS de FRANCE, SWANSEA Parents wishing to send their children to St. Vincent de Paul Camp, Westport, may call Benoit Pratt, 6739549. BLESSED SACRAMENT ADORERS, FAIRHAVEN Holy hour 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sacred Hearts Church, Fairhaven, includes Mass, prayers and exposition of Blessed Sacrament. Future holy hours each last Monday, St. Theresa's Church, New Bedford. BLESSED SACRAMENT, FR Parish school class of 1937 reunion celebration at 11:30 a.m. Mass Sunday; social hour follows, church hall. May crowning 2 p.m. May 30. CATHEDRAL, FR The parish congratulates 13 youngsters awarded Cathedral School of Religion medals.

THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Fri., May 22, 1987 ST. PATRICK, FR The parish thanks religious education and Catholic Charities workers. New Women's Guild officers: Marguerite Silvia, president; Frances Halbardier, vice-president; Grace Correia, treasurer; Betty Murray, secretary. SEPARATED AND DIVORCED, GREATER FR Greater Fall River support group for separated, divorced and remarried Catholics meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday, Our Lady of Fatima church hall, Swansea. HOLY NAME, FR Retreat renewal 7 p.m. Sunday, school. ST.GEORGE,WESTPORT Raoul and Irene Samson are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.


ST. STANISLAUS, FR Parishioners Ted and Stella Przybyla are celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary. College students' reunion night May 28. Women's Guild installation Mass and banquet June 10; information: Irma Emond, 676-0325. O.L. ASSUMPTION, NB Parishioners are invited to a June 7 celebration of pastor Father Clarence P. Murphy's 40th anniversary of priestly ordination. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, TAUNTON Canned foods may be brought to Mass to benefit Our Daily Bread soup kitchen. O.L. MT. CARMEL, NB Santo Christo procession begins 3 p.m. Sunday; all parish organizations and interested persons welcome to participate.


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ST. JOSEPH, FAIRHAVEN New Jerusalem prayer group 7:30 tonight. American Legionnaires will observe Memorial Day at 9:30 a.m. Mass Sunday. Boy Scouts meet 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, church. Adult inquiry forum 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, rectory. Prayer group meets 9:45 a.m. Wednesday. Youth group meets 7 p.m. May 28, church basement. ST. JULIE, NO. DARTMOUTH Rosary and Benediction service 7 p.m. May 24 follows exposition of the Blessed Sacrament beginningafter 11 :30 a.m. Mass. Eilizabeth Butts, Kimberly De Matos, Donna Feld and Kimberly Furtado are Ladies' Guild scholarship winners. LaSALETTE,ATTLEBORO Healing service 2 p.m. Sunday with teaching on "Peace of Mind through Forgiveness" by Father Albert Fredette, MS; information: 2225410. ST. MARY, SO. DARTMOUTH New Ladies' Guild officers: Sandra Carvalho, president; Marjorie Bourgeois, vice-president; Mary Barratt and Janice Monte, secretaries; Stella Souza, treasurer. The parish thanks Catholic Charities collectors, and congratulates first communicants. CORPUS CHRISTI, SANDWICH The parish thanks 1986-87 catechists. Memorial day rosary at St. Peter's cemetery 10 a.m. May 25; service at Sintoni Memorial, Bridge St., Sagamore, 11:30 a.m. May 25. WIDOWED SUPPORT, CAPE Cape Cod widowed support group meeting 3 p.m. May 31, CCD Center at St. Jude the Apostle Chapel, Cotuit; all welcome; information: 428-7078, evenings.

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Marian year ball's in local courts VATICAN CITY (NC) - The main responsibility for developing spiritual and educational programs for the coming Marian year belongs to local dioceses and national hierarchies, says the head of the Vatican's Marian year committee. That responsibility includes designating local churches and shrines as places of pilgrimage and centers for special liturgical services at which people can receive plenary indulgences. The Marian year norms were outlined at a Vatican press conference by Italian Cardinal Luigi Dadaglio, president ofthe Central Committee for the Marian Year. A plenary indulgence is a church-granted full remission of temporal punishment for sins forgiven in confession. Last Jan. I Pope John Paul II announced the Marian year, to begin June 7, Pentecost Sunday, and end Aug. 15, 1988, the feast of the Assumption




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The Vatican has given bishops "suggestions of a general character, so that in full liberty of choice each diocese, under the guidance of its bishop, celebrates the Marian year with local initiatives," said Cardinal Dadaglio. The suggestions include holding Marian devotions, improving knowledge about Mary's role in salvation and working for "human promotion" through educational and social action programs. Among human promotion themes, the cardinal suggested hunger, poverty, persecution, exile and women's rights. He said that the role of women, especially as mothers and as influences in the family, should be discussed during the Marian year. The Vatican also released a list of special events and activities at which Catholics can gain plenary indulgences during the Marian year. To gain an indulgence.Catholics must go to confession, receive communion and pray for the intentions of the pope on the day of an. event or within a reasonable time before or after the event, said the decree listing the special events. They include:

VATICAN CITY (NC) - The The Charismatic Renewal Office charismatic renewal movement is is a coordinating body for the the sign of "a continual youthful Catholic charismatic renewal vitality" in the church, said Pope movement. The pope spoke at the sixth John Paul II, as he asked movement leaders to deepen their ties to international conference for charismatic leaders, May 11-16 in the church. The pope appointed German Rome. It was attended by 850 Bishop Paul Cordes, vice-president delegates from almost 100 coun- Participating in a Marian of the Pontifical Council for the tries, representing 20 million . ceremony at a place designated by Laity, as episcopal adviser to the Catholics. International Catholic Charismatic "The vigor and fruitfulness of local church authorities, such as a Office in Rome as a way of pro- the renewal certainly attest to the parish church or shrine, on the moting such ties. powerful presence of the Holy first day of the Marian year. - Participating in a Marian "It is essential that you seek Spirit at work in the church in celebration on Saturday or on always to deepen your commun- these years after the Second Vatiother special Marian feast days ion with the whole church: with can Council," the pope said. her pastors and teachers, with her "Because ofthe Spirit, the church during the Marian year. :...... Making an organized pildoctrine and discipline, with her preserves a continual youthful visacramental life, with the entire . tality. And the charismatic renew- grimage to a Marian shrine desigpeople of God," the pope told the al is an eloquent manifestation of nated by the local bishop and attending a Marian celebration at this vitality today," he added. leaders.

the shrine. - Praying or attending a liturgical celebration in Rome's 5thcentury Basilica ofSt. Mary Major, the oldest church in the world dedicated to Mary.

- Receiving a papal blessing imparted by a bishop, even via radio or television. - Communal praying of the rosary in a church or special religious place.

Proposed Vatican norms seen threat to colleges WASHINGTON (NC) - Pro- Court cases - Roemer and Tilton posed Vatican rules for Catholic . - in which colleges were "granted colleges are no threat to govern- federal funds precisely because the ment aid to the schools, a U.S. institutions were not sectarian." Also, she said, Whitehead made Education Department official believes. But the head of the Asso- no reference to state laws and conciation of Catholic Colleges and stitutions. But, "when we say Universities said the official government aid, we mean federal "knocks down his own arguments." and state aid." In his article Whitehead noted The p(oposed rules would give greater administrative control of the concerns of Holy Cross Father Catholic universities to the church Theodore Hesburgh, president of hierarchy, presumably bishops. the University of Notre Dame, The Vatican Congregation for who had written earlier that "instiCatholic Education has sent a draft tutional autonomy is essential to of the rules to bishops and educa- federal support." tors for comments and suggestions. Whitehead said that federal aid The Association of Catholic can flow to institutions entirely Colleges and Universities last year owned and controlled by a variety prepared a synthesis in which 110 of organizations and that the fedpresidents of Catholic colleges said eral aid situation as regards higher the norms would violate stands of education differs from that of eleacademic freedom and would result mentary and secondary education. in the loss of accreditation of. "U nder current interpretations Catholic colleges. of the First Amendment, no federal aid - and in general, no pubIn Feb. 7 issues of· America lic aid - can go to religiously affilmagazine, published in New York iated schools for general operating by the Jesuits, Kenneth D. White- purposes. But this has not been head, deputy assistant secretary historically true of higher educafor higher education programs, tion," he said. said the idea that churches can The concern that has been raised exercise any control over the by Catholic educators, according schools they sponsor only at the to Sister Gallin, is that autonomy risk of jeopardizing federal aid "is resides in the board that has totally at variance with the entire ownership and control but that the American tradition of higher Vatican "might be able to intereducation. " fere. We're concerned about some"The very idea that the state body who doesn '(own (the institucould impose a negative 'religious tion) having control." test' on religiously affilated colleges is'radically incompatible with the American system," he said. Whitehead said that some Catholic educators seem to be sayVATICAN CITY (NC) - An ing "that the American political 80-year-old priest has been given a system is not free enough to permit one-year suspended sentence in Catholic colleges to maintain their Czechoslovakia for hearing conorganic links with the Catholic fessions without government perChurch if they wish to benefit mission, Vatican Radio reported. from federal aid. Fortunately, this The priest, Father Ladislaw is not the case." Hanus, was sentenced by the disUrsuline Sister Alice Gallin, trict court of Liptovsky Mikulas in executive director of the Catholic Slovakia. higher education association, criticized Whitehead's article, .citing what she said were omissions and saying that "he knocks down his own argument." I ·: .. I .. _ . First of all, she said, his article '" . ' ignored two important Supreme

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Teleconference discusses pros, cons of priestless'parishes .. NEW YORK (NC) - There are· pros and cons to having a nonordained person take charge of a parish without a resident priest, agreed participants in a teleconference on "priestless parishes." But they felt the practice would grow as the priest shortage worsens and could mean far-reaching changes in the ordinary parishioner's experience of spirituality in the Catholic Church. The teleconference was one of a monthly series carried by the U.S. bishops' Catholic Telecommunications Network of America to listening groups across the country. Following presentations by four

panelists, including two nuns who are fulltime parish administrators, questions were phoned in by listeners. A non-ordained fulltime administrator may offer more service and build a stronger sense of community than a parttime priest, panelists suggested, but a community not centered in regular participation in eucharistic action may develop a different kind of spiritual life. A recurring issue was the preparation that should be required for nonordained administrators. Discussion indicated that they are leading congregations in nonsac-

ramental worship; preaching, preparing people for sacraments, counseling, directing religious education, conducting burial services and in general performing most tasks traditionally handled by pastors except those requiring ordination. A wide gap was noted between the amount of preparation required for priests and for administrators. Father William Sprigler, a panelist and personnel director of the Diocese of New Ulm, Minn., said that although his diocese has seven nuns serving as parish administrators, 16 or 17 other parishes are without fulltime leadership, while

the number of diocesan priests is expected to decline further. He said only nuns have been employed so far because the parishes think they cannot afford lay administrators with families. But he said he thought a lay family might live on what is paid to a nun - $1,050 per month, plus housing, automobile allowance, retirement ·and insurance. All the nuns employed are using some of their salary to help support other nuns of their order, he added. Father Thomas J. Craig of Breckenridge, Texas, in the Fort

Worth diocese said he had five parishes, two of which he served alone and three with the help of fulltime resident "pastoral agents." The three, he said, were in predominantly rural areas with few Catholics, and he felt appointment of the agents was a step forward because the parishes had never had resident priests. While the role of nonordained administrator needs further definition, the panelists agreed, attention must also be given to "circuit rider" priests serving several parishes but possibly having no daily ties with any community.

THE ANCHOR-Diocese of Fall River-Fri., May 22, 1987

tv, movie news Symbols following film reviews indicate both general and Catholic Films Office ratings, which do not always coincide. General ratings: G-suitable for general viewing; PG-13-parental guidance strongly suggested for children under 13; PG-parental guidance suggested; R-restricted, unsuitable for children or young teens. . Catholic ratings: AI-approved for children and adults; A2-approved for adults and adolescents; A3-approved . for adults only; 4-separate classification (given films not morally offensive which, however, require some analysis and explanation); O-morally offensive. Catholic ratings for television movies are those of the movie house versions of the films.

CATHOLIC Memorial Home residents and children from SS. Peter and Paul school, both in Fall River, celebrate May with a crowning ceremony. In top photo, from left, students Pam Costa and Alyssa Niewola, Resident Council president Germaine Dupre, resident Kathleen Barr and students Jennifer Santos and Kerri Schoonover approach the statue of Mary; bottom photo: Miss Dupre crowns the statue as Kerri and Jennifer stand by. (Burt photo)

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New Films "Ishtar" (Columbia) - Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman are failed songwriters who find themselves pawns in a struggle for political control in Morocco in director Elaine May's buddy comedy. Essentially a story about the saving grace of brotherly love, the ro-

temporary comedy-adventure set in the West Indies has some ambiguities about drugs, premarital sex and heriosm. Improbable plot devices and concluding gunplay. A3, PG-13

mance-adventure has rough language, brief slapstick violence and "Impure Thoughts"(ASA Commomentary nudity. A2, PG-13 munications) - Four recently de"Gardens of Stone" (Tri-Star) ceased friends are reunited in pur- Director Francis Coppola's gatory and reminisce about their mildly nostalgic and insightful vis- 1960s-style Catholic upbringing, ion of the military as family con- Some mildly irreverent humor is trasts the beliefs and aspirations of offset by exploration of religious a decorated combat vet (James values and family life. Some crude Caan) with those of a raw recruit language and sexual references. (D.B. Sweeney) assigned to him A3,PG during the Vietnam War years. Films on TV This tragic story of the meaning of Saturday, May 30, 9-11:30 p.m. military service has some rough language and sexual situations. EDT (CBS) "The Outlaw Josey Wales" (1976). A band of Union A3, R soldiers slays the young son and "Broken Mirrors" (First Run wife of farmer Josey Wales (Clint Features) - Dutch import directed Eastwood), leaving him for dead. by somewhat militant feminist He settles the score wreaking havoc Marleen Gorris examines the ruth- as a Confederate rebel who beless and abusive relationships be- friends a strange assortment of tween men and women as viewed characters. Graphic scene of atby two women who try to free tempted rape, unremitting slaughthemselves from the spiritual suf- ter and a theme of vengeance withfocation of working in an Amster- out moral perspective made the dam brothel. As a lesson for women theatrical version unsuitable. 0, to escape victimization, the ama- PG teurish production resorts too often Friday, June S, 9-11 p.m. EDT to extreme and explicit examples (ABC) "Players" (1979). Ali Macof injustice, sadistic brutality and abuse. Foul language, many in- Graw, playing the contented misstances of brief nudity. 0, no Mo- tress of magnate Maximillian Schell, falls in love with a young tion Picture Association of Amertennis hustler the late Dean-Paul ica rating. Martin. This ill-conceived romance "Hot Pursuit" (Paramount) condones an illicit sexual relationWeak attempt to build romance . ship and deals in simplistic lovearound the mapcap efforts of a hate characterizations. 0, PG college student (John Cusack) to Religious TV catch up to his girlfriend's vacaSunday, May 24 (CBS) - "For tioning family stretches credibilOur Times" - CBS News correity. Director Steve Lisberger's con-

spondent Douglas Edwards reports on how hospitals resolve the complex issues of medical ethics by relying on advisory groups of clergy, lawyers, doctors, social workers and hospital administrators. Religious Radio Sunday, May 24 (NBC) "Guideline" - Eileen Egan discusses her biography of Mother Teresa, "Such a Vision of the Streets."

Msgr. Hoye was at papal party . VATICAN CITY (NC) - Pope John Paul II celebrated his 67th birthday May 18 with a working lunch with officials of the U.S. bishops' conference. "He didn't have a cake 01' candies, but there was a fancy dessert and we wished him happy birthday," said Archbishop John L. May of St. Louis, president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. The group spent much of the 90-minute lunch discussing the pope's September trip to the United States, Archbishop May said. Also attending the meeting were Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk of Cincinnati, NCCB vice. president, and Taunton native Msgr. Daniel Hoye, NCCB general secretary. The officials were in Rome for a week'of regular consultative meetings with Vatican congregations, Archbishop May said. The pope and other Vatican officials met with U.S. church leaders in March to discuss in detail the preparations and themes for the pope's trip.




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Newby $25 M·M Raymond Bolton, M·M Felix Bruce, M·M James Corbett, M·M Manuel Guerreiro M·M Emil Hirth, M·M Manuel lima, M·II Hugh McKenna, MoM Edward Mello, Jr., Mrs. James E. MJrphy, M·M Thomas F.Parker, Jr., MoM Pierre A. Plante, M·M Richard Riley, Mrs. Aueust Santos, Ambrose U Smnh ~~"~~~~~~ . , $200 JudgelM Edwin livingstone, Jr.; $75 M·M John Tierney; $SO M·M Thomas J. Long, Albert P. Porter, M·M Thomas Ryan, MoM George Swansey; $35 Margaret Austin, Mrs. Mary Winterson; $30 Mrs. Evelyn Goodwin; $25 Mrs. Malcolm J. Delaney, Leo P. Kenny, James Manning, Patricia Norton, Veronica O'Brien, M·M Richalll Riley, M·M Paul Rousseau, Albert Smith, M·M Bradley Sylvia, Lillian Tablas, Mrs. AsIakTobiassen, M·M Thomas Toolis, M·M Gordon J. Vieira, Mrs. ArthurF. Walsh, Dr. Paul F. Walsh, M·M Raymond Weber, M·M John R. Whalen, Professional Pharmacy of New Bedford, Inc. NOm OAITIOUTH St. Julia Billlart $400 M·M Harding J. Carrier, $300 Dr.lM Stephen F. Sullivan; $ISO Hudner T. Kennedy; $75 M·M Arthur H. Bennett Jr., $SO David J. Creamer, M·M Thomas S. Bancrott. Bert LaForest M:M lloyd ~rancis; $40 M-M Gilbert S. Brazil; $35 M·M Robert Bowcock; $25 M·M Charles Almeida, Milton FerreIra, M·M Leonard Furtado, M·M Ernest M. Kllbza, Mrs. Lorraine laFrance M·M Normand Lelieure, Mrs. Marguerne Mahoney, M·M Robert Martin, Col. M.A.P. Mercier, Marianne V. Morin, M·M James B..Osborne, M·M Robert Ponte, Mrs. Aubrey J. Pothier, Irene M. Ramos, Mrs. Jennie Ramos ~5 MoM Thomas F; Patenaude, Mary·Lou Spinelli, M·M John M. Tholl, M·M Joseph Winterhalter, Betty Riley, M·M Edward Fitzsimmons, MoM Peter Washburn, M-M Francis Metthe, M·M David Palumbo, Robert Santos, Harry Sprague, M·M Jasper Parnell M·M Leonard P. Ponte, Leonard Hackett M·M O.M. Canto M:M Bernard Picinisco, Miguel Paiva, M·M Otto Fichtenmayer, Gladys l. Raymond, Mrs. William T: Gifford, M·M M~rk Robidoux, Mary Macedo, Richard DeCosta, M·M Michael Bobrowieeki, DriM Albert S, LUll, M-M DaVid Goulart. MoM Robert leida, M·M Russell Pinto, M·M Robert H. Michaud M·M Lee Williams, M·M Ronald Ponte, M·M Theodore Monteiro, Jr., M·M Cartin Lynch, Jeanette Rapoza, M·M lloyd FrancIS SOUTH OARTIOUTH St. lary $300 M-M G. Albert Roy, Rev. Thomas Reis; $200 Dr.lM Arthur F. Buckley; $100 M·M Edwin Brady; $SO Mary Barrett, M-M Harry C. Hunt M·M Serafin J. Correia, M·M Paul GelineauSr., M·M George Wngh! III, In Memory of Frednck & Angela Cunha; $30 M·M Kevin Connor, M-M Manuel Sylvia $25 MoM Jose M. PII~ental, M·M Henry Correia, Jr., Bertha Johnson, M-M Joseph S.Luiz, Mrs. Norman W. Fuller, M·M Anarohnho De S1lusa, George Galipeau, M·M PaulO. Ferro, M·M Stephen Carter, M·M Hemlapomte, M·M Joseph Chelbus, M·M Robert Tavares, M·M Richard C. King, Rev. Antonio DaCruz & family, M·M Thomas Kelly, M·M Harry O'Neil, Alice Dahill, M·M James M. Boyle, MoM John Santos, M·M Vincent Hayes, M-M Michael Donagny, Mary Silvia

$250 M:M Joseph Souza; $100 M·M Edward Barros, M-M Joseph Glennon Jr., Dr.!M Richard 1. Ward, M·M Dame.1 J. Murphy, Dr.lM Ed~ard Herhhy, M·M Oavid J. Pimental, Rita E. Powers; $SO Or.!M Robert Durant Shlrtey Per~, MoM Nell Fitzgerald, ErnestC. Chase, M·M Joseph C. DeMello, Mary C. Rodgriques, Kathleen DeM~lIo, Rlcha.rdo & Elllabeth Medeiros, In Mem1lry 01 Hugh J. Carney, Barbara O'Hara $43 S.l Mary sCCD Children; $30 M·M Daniel O. Saulnier, M·M Nelson Mare; $25 M·M John Morris, M-M Michael Nestor, M·M Manuel Garcia, Sl Mary's Guild, M·M Joseph Ringuette, M·M John Houlihan, Cora M. Gullmet, M·M Harry J. Booth, James J. Perry, M·M Joseph Cabral, M·M Michael Britto, M.M Antone Macedo, Mrs. A.A. Landrev.lle, Mrs. Frank Coleman, M-M Richard o. Barry, M-M louis Bernier M·M Edmund SylVIa ' FAIRHAVEN 51. Joseph .$500 Manuel Sylvia; $200 M-M John B. Davidson; $125 M-M Alfred Vincent SIOD M·M Armand Marlen, Mrs. Joseph Sullivan; S50 Mrs. Rita B. Antonsen, Mrs. Roberta Braley, Mrs. Chartes Dexter, Mrs. Shlrtey Duponte, M·M Henry Fortin, M·M Dennis Hogan, M-M Jeffrey Osuch, Robert Paine, M-M Tho~as Rielly, M·M Kenneth Riggin, M·M Hector Robitaille, Mrs. R. Stevenson, Mrs. Edward Welch, M-M Philip Harding, M-M Thomas Joseph, M-M E. Medeiros, Mrs. Helen Sullivan; S46 M-M Antone Perry $45 M-M Ernest Pare; $40 M·M Francis Cox, Jr., Mrs. Grace Rose; $35 M·M Ernest Balboni, M-M William Dearden, Mrs. Chartes Joseph, M·M James Lanagan; $30 M·M Frank Moniz; $25 Mrs. Gerard C. Benoit, M-M Benjamin Bowcock, Joseph Camacho, Mrs. Joseph Charade, Joseph Desautels, M·M Steven Foster, Jr., Mrs. FranCIS Francotte, M·M William Hagen, M-M Bruce Ingham John Kubiski M-M Joseph Landry M·M William Luminello, M-M Chester Mackay " , $25 M-M Louis Braga, M-M Manuel Gomes, M-M John Mello, M-M Armand Nolette, M·M Daryl Manchester, M-M James Murphy, M·M Paul Murray, Mrs. Anne Nerbonne, M·M Jose Nobrega, Mrs. Kenneth 1. Noyer, M·M Manuel Olivera, M·M Anson Paine, Manuel Paiva, M·M Steven Paulson, M-M Hugh J. Shanahan, Jr., M·M Roland Suprenant SI. lary S500 M-M John Ward; $150 Dr.lM Donald Mulcare; $100 M·M Edward Allaire, Sl Vincent de Paul SocIety; S35 Mrs. Mary Anthony; S30 M-M Silvino Rezendes; S25 M-M David Couto, M-M Orient Benoit, M-M Jose Borges, Mrs. Adeline Grenon, Mrs. Dorothy Fitzsimmons, Mrs. Rna Costa Sacred Hearts S200 SI. Vincent De Paul Society; $25 M·M Anthony Rudler, M·M Leonard Cejka, M·M Richard Holt

WEST HARWICH Holy Trinity $350 Judge Elizabeth Dolan; $300 M-M Emerson Sheehy; SI25 Mrs. Regina Gegenwarth; $120 Roblin Wereska; $115 M-M Carl Johnson Family; $lIO M-M Joseph Mallard;$IOD Dr.lM RobertG. Dolan, Marie Kelley, M-M Ralph Barnes, M-M John Griffin, Eileen Ryan, M-M John O'Caliaghan, M-M Robert Kelly, M·M Walter Mason, Alice Pumphret, Mrs. Joseph Reid, Margaret Trainer, M·M James Mischler, M-M Bernard Hanlon, In Memory of Mary Nelson, M-M Daniel O'leary, Joan Whitney $75 M·M Michael Walsh, M-M Wilham Brophy; S60 M-M Francis Recka; $52 M-M Albert Marchal; $50 Mary SylVia, Rose SylVia, M·M John Coyle, Mrs. Ralph Cummings, M·M William Gallagher, M·M Robert Johnson, Cathenne Tobm,. JudgelM Robert Welsh, Jr., M-M Rufus Pina, M-M Richard Larkin, M-M Kenneth Durling, Edith Miller, M·M Terrence Russell, Neal Holland, M-M Timothy Clifford, Gertrude Baker, M-M Charles Samko. Carlotta Pena, M-M George Gardner, M-M Joseph Gilmette, Dorothy & William Sheehy $40 M·M Avery Kenney; $35 M·M Harry long, M·M Edward Blute; S30 M·M W. R. Sherrin, Margaret Valenci~, M·M Clement Smith, Muriel.Laskey; $25 M·M Edward Burns, Dorothy Martes, M·M William RI~, William Crelght~n, Joan Frederlcl, M·M John DaLuze, M·M Francis Smith, M-M Joseph Altott Chnstlne Wood, Veronoca Watkinson, Mrs. John Morrissey, Grace Hurst, Katherine Hadge, M-M Francis Concannon, M·M Donald Brouillette, M·M Edward Boyle, M·M Bertram Dubois, Toni Raneo . $25 M·M Courtnay Chase, M·M Edward Immar, M·M Kenneth Reid, M·M Frederick L'Ecuyer, Marguer· ita Hathaway, Cathenne Drohan, Marie Brenner, M·M Stanley Wiard, M·M Otto Sears, MoM John Rose Jr. M·M Frank Resteghini, Rita.Philbin, Julienne O'Keefe, Mrs. Daniel Halloran, M·M Vernon Ellars, R~ Dalldort, M·M Joseph Aldonos, Mary Burke, Amy Carbonneau, M·M William Conway, MoM Raymond Hill, Rose Silva, Mrs. John Roche, M·M David Conlin, Julia Conlin, Robert Conway, Olive Marston $25 M·M Bernard Minkus, MoM Joseph Stinson, Agnes Hennessey, Valere Godbout MoM Harry Collings, Lucille Walv~r, Edith Ryan, M·M John Raneo, M·M Joseph Panzera, M·M Robert Lally, M·M John Kelly, Mrs. Domenock Horvath, M·M Herbert Gumpright, Richard Grillo, M·M Stanley Gonsalves, M·M William Grant Mary ~yson, John Collins, James Coughlin, M·M Adrien l'Heureux, Mrs. Marguerite Nolan PROYINCETOWII ~t. Pater tha ~stle $300 Snow &Snow Attorneys at law ·10. Memory 01 John Snow; $100 Cape Cod 011 Co~ $85 M·M John Cook; $SO AFriend, Arnold's Inc., Tip for Top's Restaurant McHoul Funeral Home'

$35 M·M John Medeiros; $25 AFriend, Mrs. Edward Cook, Warren Crawley, M·M Manuel Lewis, J. Arthu; Lopes, M-M Anthony Menangas, Provincetown liquor Store, Quahog Electric Co., M·M Edwin Rose, M·M Emmanuel S1luza SANOWlCN

Corpus C~r1stl $5!lO K.W.E. Enterprises; $360 M·M Michael J. DeNofrio;$2SO Sandwich Hardware Co., lne., Ammcan Legion, Post.•188; $240 M·M Harold B. Ackerman, M·M William E. Booth; $200 M·M James Megley Sr., M·M Wilham MItchell, M·M Albert Skirius; $180 M·M John J. McDonald; $150 M·M Chartes A. Peterson, M·M George C. Campbell, M·M Peter Donahue, M·M Peter Fortuna M·M Leo J. Kelly Patric~ E. Murray, William J. Whamond in loving memory of Nancy B. Whamond; $125 M·M Paul Lynch: Gen8VIeve Shartey; $120 M-M James J. Bondarek, Jr., M·M William m. Chisholm, M·M Cart Walters $100 M·M John F. Bernard, Maurice Bilodeau, Agnes Bixby, Katherine E. Bixby, William Cardoza, The Coal Man, M·M Richard Engtand, M·M Michael J. Keough, M·M Francis X. Kilduff, Clarence J. Kilgallen, M:M Roy E. lindgren, M·M Michael A. McNamara, M·M George E. Murray, M·M Ernest Olson, MoM . MIchael Peluso, Dr.!M Sabino J. Rizzo, M·M Robert Sheehan, Simple Fare Restaurant S1lrenti Petro,lnc.; $80 M·M James Radloff; $75 M·M Peter Colgan, M·M Frank D. Haley, Mrs. John B. Handrahan, M·M Jeffrey McCarty; $70 Mrs.. Cart Leino; $60 M-M Donald Fougere, Mrs. A. Jeanne Prokop $50 M·M Joseph Ballum, M·M Robert Baron, M·M Albert Bauinotti, Mrs. James Bauinotti, M·M Bertrand F. Boulay, M·M John A. Bulla, M-M William Bullock, Mrs. Edgar E. Caron, M·M Milton R. Cook Jr., Peter J. Cooke III, MoM Robert E. Corradi, M·M George V. Cox, Miriam A. Crowley, M·M Fred Fay, MoM Joseph J. Grazu"s, Barbara J. Hadley, MoM John Gillis, Dr.!M Ludgero Gomez, M-M Jan Graven, M·M Donald W. lafler, Mrs. Marie F. Lastih, Mrs. John T. liberty, A. Donald Looni, Mrs. Marion Luoni $50 Ll Col./M Walter G. McCone, MoM Francis J. McCusker, M·M Bruce McDaniel Cecelia A. McDermott, M·M Michael F. McKenna, M·M Michael McTygue, Mrs. John A. Maroney, Jam~ A. Militello, M-M Chartes Nickolaow, M·M Robert O'Brien, M·M Paul J. O'Connell, M-M William F. O'Neil, Mrs. John E. Pesse, M·M Leon J. Pistone, M·M Edward Poore, M·M Robert Rogers, M-M Edward Rondelli, Mrs. John F. Scanlon, '!I·M Joseph E. Stephens, Jr., M·M Gerald Sullivan, M·M James B. Sutton, Mrs. lillian M. Tully, M·M Martin Vartey, M·M John R. Wilson $40 M·M Raymond 1.. Cormier, M·M Norbert F. Eischeid, M·M Gino Macoratli; $35 M·M Angelo Danti, Mary Kinney, M·M D.anoel McDonOUgh, M-M J~hn F. Mulcahy, Sandwich Auction House; $30 M·M Walter R. Alvezl, Nora M. Bianchi, Mrs. Marie Hervey, Joan Knapp, M·M Ralph Roberge, M·M Robert E. Swift, Mrs, Robert D. Wentworth; $25 Mrs. Anthony Basile, M·M Gerald S. Benham, M·M Mark G. Bergeron, M·M James M. Boles, M·M Donald C. Bolton, Col./M Charles F. Brower III, Mrs, Catherine M. Brown $25 M·M Gerald Caron, Mrs. R~ger Caron, M·M Russell Carpentier, M·M George W. Chap""n, M·M Joseph Coelho, Stephanoe A. Comlck, M·M John S. Conroy, Mrs. Alexander Consoni, Jacqueline Daly, Mrs. Roland DeConto, M·M Ralph DeCubellis, Christopher J. DeNofrio, John Desmond, Mrs. Carmel DiMaria, M-M FranCIS X. Doherty, M·M Edward Donegan, Dr. Frederick K. Dugan, M·M Louis G. Emond M·M Walter Fagnant, Mrs. Paul Flick, Mrs. Katherine I. Flinker, M·M Alexander A. Forni, Mrs. Elizabeth Frieh, Gallo Construction Co., Inc., M·M Justin George, Mrs. Kathleen B. Granger, M·M Robert M. Grillo $25 Mrs. Francis P. Heddy, Mrs. Waller Hilliard, M·M William Hollinger, M-M Rudolph Howes, M·M Joseph E. Jacinto,. DavId Judge Jr.. M·M Thomas G. Judge Jr., Kelly Building Concepts, Inc., Mrs. Melvin Kent M·M FranCIS J. Kohn, Mrs. Russell McAuliffe in loving memory of Russell McAuliffe Sr., M·M Michael E. McCarthy, Catherine Maley, Rose Maley, M·M Frank Mangan, Marshland Restaurant M·M Wilham. M. Martin, Chartes Martindale, M·M Peter Matherwiez, June H. Miller, M·M Thaddeus Mogilnicki, ~rs. Wilham Monahan, Mrs. George H. Mooney, Donald F. Morrison, Catherine Nichols, Mrs. Samuel F. oGorman, George Ortolani, Mary Ortolani $25 M-M Tivio Papi, Mrs. Anthony Paltrineri, M·M Columbus Pasteris, Alena M. Pendolari, M·M Donald Phllbnck, M·M Gerald Pratt, M·M Robert K. Reilly, Sandwich Print Shop, Mrs. Alvin J. Sherman, Mrs. Audrey Smith,.M·M Clement Spillane, Mrs. George Streeter, M·M Frank Sulfaro, M·M Dante Tassinari, M·M Tello Tonllno, M·M F. A. Twomey, TheWhnmore Family, M-M DennisG. Wiehe, Mrs. Stephen B. Wood, M·M Lawrence J. Wuethrich, Mrs. Walter J. Young ORLEANS SI. Joan of Arc $200 M·M John F. Coughlan; $75 M·M Temple Cumiskey; $50 Mrs. Joseph F. Durant, M·M Albert Norgeot; $35 Caroline Kinne; S25 M·M Vito Civita, M·M R. Bruce Hammatt, M-M Howard Led Duke, Eleanor McCabe, M·M Raymond Narciso, M·M John F. Sheridan . FALMOUTH SI. Patrick $1000 Anonymous; $250 M-M Terence l. Dineen, M-M Frank J. O'Connor; $100 Anonymous, Mrs. Elizabeth DeMello, M·M Paul McGonigle; $50 John J. O'Connor, Rita Noll, M·M John l. Maloy, M-M Vincent Fierro, M·M Eugene Higgins, M·M Philip F. Mackey, Jr., M·M John J. Carroll, Jr., M-M Adrian C. J. Dufresne, M-M Edward Studley, Anonymous; $40 Mrs. Helen Sullivan; S35 Mrs. Gertrude Arcaro; $30 -M·M Robert M. Dutra, M-M Frank A. Emmel, M-M Laurence Costa, Anonymous S25 Anonymous, Mrs. Louise Cook, Mrs. James Karalekas, M-M Robert Nolan, M-M John C. Pimental, Donald A. Moitozo, M·M David Miller, M-M Frank Nunes, Jr., M·M Paul B. Gilmartin, M-M Francis J. Bradley, M·M Paul Peterson, M·M Frank O'Neil, M·M William McEachern, M·M Raymond 1. Williams, Mrs. Alice Jonas, M-M John W. Dalton, John Flaherty, James Nidositko, Sr., M·M Marcell. Albert. M-M Homer R. Delisle, M-M Philip O'Brien, Mrs. R. Frank Stone, The Dowling Family, M-M David Harris, M-M Michael Goulet, M·M Paul Hopewood, M·M Thomas J. McManamon, M-M F. O'Donnell, M·M Jeremiah O'Neill, Mrs. Robert C. Swanson, M-M Eugene Tassinari



SI. Patrick $300 Anna V. Craig; $200 Rev. John C. Daly, C.S.C., Mrs. John 1. Callahan, M-M Kenneth Ferreira, M·M John Texi~ra, Mrs. John Walford; $120 M-M George Barrett: $100 M·M Robert Anderson, In Memory of Juhe Babbitt, M-M Theodore Cass, Ada J.lukey, M-M Henry Goncalves, Marie E. Murphy, Wilham E. SClghano; $60 M·M MIchael J. Butler, M-M Robert Donovan, M·M David J. Powers $50 M·M Joseph Cafarella, M-M Albert Carreiro, M-M RogerT. Elliott, M·M John Filkins, Mrs. A. Getchell, M-M Cohn Gordon, M-M Ernest Joynt, M-M Dennis Kissell, Mrs. Frederick Kite, M·M Robert Klocker, Donald Monteiro, Jeanne F; Neale, Mrs. Marjorie Scheh, Mrs. Frances Vitale; $45 M·M Miguel Campinha; $40 M·M Michael Galavottl; $35 M-M Sylvester Andrade, M·M Antone Gomes, Sr., M·M Harry Hinckley; $30 Hugh J. O'Brien, Mrs. Doanna DaSilva, William J. Stevenson $25 Joseph Andrews. Mrs. Ellsworthy Atwood, M·M Fred S. Burbridge, Mrs. Blanche Campanella, M-M John Cardoz~, M·M Arthur Colhns,k, Mrs. Edmund Connolly, Donald Corwin, M-M Edward Coyne, M-M Gerald DUPUIS, M·M Carteton Eldndge, M-M Antone l. Fernandes, M·M Charles Galligan, M·M Rudolph G~ndron, .M-M Guereeno Govoni, M·M Chartes Hunter, M-M Epifanio Jorge, John A. Kelenosy, M-M Richard KIernan, Mrs. R.M.Lackle, M-M Frank lopes, M·M John McCabe, M·M Francis McWilliams, Jr., Katt.ryn M. Morrill, Mrs. William l. Olson, Louise Rand, M·M Chester Rusinoski, Jean F. Smaia, Mrs. Joseph Stec, M·M George Santos, Mrs. Gertrude Sullivan, M-M Robert Taylor, Mrs. Bernard Tobin, M-M James J. Toomey, Fred P. Turco, Mrs. Marion Ulson

SI. Anthony $200 M·M David Soutter; $125 M-M John lipes, M·M Eugene Brady; $100 M·M Patrick Lewis, M-M Joseph losi, M-M Charles Oliver, M-M Anthony Solimine, M-M John l. Cabral, M·M J.oseph Clancy, In Memory of Lawrence Goulart, Sr.; $80 M·M AnthonySpagone; $75 M·M Daniel pacheco, M·M Walter Fitzgerald, Ducillia Newton; $60 M-M lawrence Peters; S50 M-M John Barrell, M-M Doris Bryan, M-M Ge~rge Gonsalves, M-M Edward Hohman, M-M John Macedo, M·M John MacLennan, M·M Marguente Murphy, M-M Paul O'Keefe, Dorothy Rafferty, M-M John Sattelmaire, Pauline Shea, Donna Sofuolis, M-M Joseph Teixeira $50 Daniel Botelho. M·M John Goldpaugh, Edward Graham, Fredia Mae Hayes, M·M Alfred Marks; $40 Lena Soares, M·M Daniel Ferreira, M·M Albert Souza; $35 Anne Bonneau, M·M Kevin Cavanaugh, M·M Hugh Owens, M-M FrankSouza; $30 Joseph Farland, Anne Nee, Mrs. Henry Willis, M-M John Brand; $25 M-M John Araujo, M·M Donald Audlee, M-M Patrick Bishop, M-M Rodney De Mello, M-M Joseph Domingos, M-M Edwardo Fernandez, Frances'Galiani, M·M John Hagerty $25 M·M Richard Lewis, M-M Taylor Mcintyre, M-M William Owens, M·M Manuel Pacheco, James Pine, Mary Richardson, Anna Richerson, M·M Walter Roach Jr., M-M lome Roux, M-M Roland Silvey, M-M Francis Skelly, M-M Eugene Tricca, M·M James Valdes, Rose Walker, M·M Frank Almeida, M-M Michael Byron, M-M John Bancroft, M·M Pompei Cedrone, M-M Melvin Costa, M·M Louis Focillo, M·M Philip Fullin, M·M George Gaspa, M·M Eleaner Gilbert. M·M Curtis Hill M·M Richard Hirtle $25 M-M Francis Lewis, M·M Joseph lewis, M·M Edward Marks, M·M leonard Marks, M·M Edward Mello, M·M Antonio Mello. Jr., M-M Edward Mitchell, M-M Benjamen Moreland Jr., Sandra Oja, M-M Edward Partumorse,Lorralne Reardon, Ronald Rapoza, Manuel &Randolph Rapoza, M-M John Rapoza, M·M Joseph Souza, M-M Milton Soares, M-M Manuel Teixeira, M-M Mary Whitley

MARION St Rita SI25 M·M William A. Burgess; $60 Edward &Mary Gallini; $50 Frank &Margaret Cafarella, Wilham F. & Reges Henry, Rev. M·M Maurice Lavallee, Mary Valley; $35 Albert & Irene Muren; $30 Mrs. John Nolan; $25 Harold &Mary Frye, HarrySmnh, Harry &Patricia Leber, Antone &Mary Mello, William &Terese Walsh, M·M John Brualiera, M-M John DePina, M·M Thomas P.Lovett Mrs. Dominga Perry, M·M Kenneth D. Thompson, Dr. Robert & Jeannette Tremblay, M·M James M. Verni, Sr. $IOD M·M Daniell. Murphy; $25 Jean Champigny, Frederick & Lorraine Donovan ACUSHNET SI. Francis Xavier $300 M·M Matthew Charbonneau; SIOO AFriend; $50 Acushnet Men's Catholic ASSOCIatIon, SI. Francis Xavier Ladies' Guild, M-M William Keefe, AFriend; $35 AFriend, M·M William J. Veary; $30 M·M Manuel Medeiros Jr., AFriend; $25 AFriend, Florence Beaulieu, Mrs. Therese Dupre, M·M John Engel, JosephlWanda Camara, Isabel Gattorno, M-M George Pimental Jr., M·M Normand Saucoer IATTAPOlsm SI. Anthony $300 Sl Anthony's Women's Gu.ild; $150 M·M Robert Davis; SIOO Russell Hiller; $50 M.M Robert Furtado, Frank Cooper, B.l. Corkum III, Mrs. Clarence Verdi; $25 Dr.lM Thomas McCormack M.M Fred Moore, Sanders Fam,ly , EAST FREETOWN 51. John Neumann $200 Dr.lM Chester Baron; $25 M·M Leo Blier OAK 'BWFFS Sacred Haart $200 M:M Henry Corey; SIOO Fred W. Hall, Francis E. Dorsey, M·M William Norton; $50 M·M Everett Rogers, Otis Rogers, Jr., Mrs. Carol Giosmos, M·M Donald Billings M·M John J Cahill M.M Jam!!' S. Rego, Jr., Mrs. Harold G. Andrews, Mrs. Paul A. Green; $40 M·M Ja";es Cleary, M~. Eliz~beth SylVia; $35 Mrs. Stella Ben David; $30 Mrs. Raymond Billings $25 Joseph A. Rose, M-M Dennis Alley, M·M Edward Ben David, M·M Antone Maseda, M-M John Riley, M·M Manuel P. Rose, M·M Kendall Thonngton, Mrs. Alan Wilson, M-M Richard Mavro, M-M Frederick Loud, Jr., M-M John McElhmney, M·M ElmerSantos, M-M Jonathan Mayhew M·M EarlV Peters Jr Mrs Herbert Metell, M-M Albert E. Rose ' ',',.

$200 M·M John P. Collins; SI50 Alvaro lopes; SIOO Patricia Brown; $60 Jeffrey Valerio; S50 M·M Tony Andrews; S30 M·M Charles Davis, Jr., Mrs. Gracieta Martins, M·M Henry Teixeira; S25 M-M William Bento, M·M William M. Burke, M·M John Carcieri, Irene Handy, M·M Manuel R. Lopes, M·M Louis McMenamy, Mitchell &Tara Mondino, Adlein Moniz, M·M Wayne Moniz, M·M John Mulroy, Gilda Perry, lawrence Silva, M·M Morris Teixeira, M-M Jeffrey Tavares, M·M Paul Wimer NORTH FAlIOUTH St. Elillbetll Saton $100 M·M Eugene Donovari, Anne Marie McCarthy, M·M Ralph Pellegrini, M·M JamesC. Tansey; $50 M·M John A. Ryan; $25 M·M Michael Garry, Mrs. Aline J, O'Connor, M·M James F. Remillard, M·M Michael Strutevant $350 Mrs. William F. Foran; $200 Knights 01 Columbus; $150 Mrs. Arthur Miller; $100 M·M Paul Flynn, M·M James H. O'Connell, Sl Elizabeth Seton Guild, M·M George West M·M David Carboneau; $75 M·M Chester Harros Jr.; $50 Martha E. Hurley, Ralph DeGregorio, M-M Robert Morganrath, M-M Daniel J. Tnggs Jr.; $35 Mrs. John Russell; $30 M·M Alfred P. Silva $25 M-M Jerry Aubrey, Rose Braun, M·M John F. Connolly, M·M William DiCroce, Lucy B. Donahue, M·M C. Keefe Hurley, Jenkins, Cole & Gleason, M'M William Kirk Jr., M·M Joseph Martin, M·M Edward McGuire, M·M Patrick Mclaughlin, M·M Chartes Morgan, M-M Mario Motta, Hugh R. Rooney WEllFLEET Our lady 01 Lourdei $120 Katherine Dundas; $100 M·M Robert Stevens 'Rose Gross Miriam Kane ·In Loving Memory of Roy Kane; $50 M·M Norman Cantara, Mrs. John Wallace, Betsy E~stman, Francis & Blanod Obert; $35 John Doucette; $25 Sandra Stocker, M·M l. Chaput M·M Edward l. Perry M-M Manuel J. Souza, M·M Paul Biezik Jr.. Madeline Uter • ' WOODS HOLE 51. J~seph $350 AFriend, Paul McCusker, $300 AFriend; $200 Knights of Columbus; $100 M·M Cornehus Hickey, AFnend, M·M George Rooney, M·M Francis Fewore, M·M John Collins; SSO Mrs. Daniel O'Grady, M·M August Canepa, M·M William Norris, M·M William Morrison, M·M Stephen Mcinnis, A Friend; $25 A Friend, M·M Barry O'Neil, M·M William Boyer, Marie Healey, Rosemary Gannon, M·M Donald Lehy

. COTUIT Christ tha Kinl $600 SI. Vincent de Paul Conf. of Parish; $200 M·M John P. Urban, M·M PeterWalls; $150 Ronald Donway; $120 M·M Robert Crotty; $100 M·M George E. Balch, M·M David Bradford, M·M Walter J. Burke, M·M Andrew H. Carmichael, Mrs. Philip F. Cronan, Ruth E. Jonis, M·M Alfred P. Rich, Jr., Mrs. Ronald Schloerb, Mrs. Frank S.hea; $75 M·M Henry LaBute; $60 M·M Eugene McCluskey;~50 M-M Edward J. Dale, M·M DWI~ht Giddings, Mrs. Lawrence Gilligan, M·M Raymond Higgins, Mrs. William Mone, M-M John M. Tolchlnsky; $30 M·M Palmiro P. Bisio; $25 Gina Abreau, M·M John Balaro, Mrs. Robert. Bullock, M·M Francis E. Burke, M·M John K. Cawley, M·M John Elliott, M-M Henry Godleski, Katherine Gomes, lilly Gomes, M·M Chartes Kaplan, John T. Logan M·M James McGrath M·M Robert Masciarelli, M-M Antonio Morgado, M·M John B. Murdock, Mrs. Ann; Shaw, Robert A. Sou~, M·MJames P. Souza, Mrs. Shirtey lebergs


Our lady oltha Cape ~30D Mary Bond; $100 Leonard W. McHugh, John Gonsalves, Jr.; $80 Elizabettt Sheehy; $50 Henry McGinnIS, Helen Brandon, Max R. Higgins, Catherine Kline; $35 Chartes Leonard; $30 Joseph Steele; S25 Henry Cosimin, Wanda Strachan, Frank Masse, Elsie Trudeau, Louis A. Ellis, Roger Hubbard, Joseph Cheney, Francis Hawkins, Inez Palmisano, Marion R.Lupica, louiseSymm1l_ LouIS Seminara CENTERVillE Our lilly of Victory 5500 M·M William Prior; $300 Mrs. Raymond Wynkoop; $200 M·M AnthoaJ DeDeeko, Margaret McRae; $100 M·M J. Oavid Crawford M-II Robert A. Curley M-II Clarence HaIlSCll\, M·M Daniel Harkins, Margaret L laverty, Mrs. Jolin Mct.iod, M·M Stanley Mclean, Mrs. Charles Miller. M·M Marcel Poyant Mildred Shea, Mrs. Walter Theriault; $75 II·M Chartes Barrell, M·" James McCarthy; $60 M·M Leo Barksdale; $SO M·M John F. Aylmer, Jr., M·M lawrence Bennett, M-II Francis! ~nors, M·M Donald CoIebourn, M·M lawrence Crow, M·M Dennis Driscoll, M·M Donald Ouquette, M·. Orron J. Eaton, Jr., Mrs. C":-rles Fisher, M·M louis Gallani, M-II John D. Hern, M·M R. Parojinog, M-II Arnold E. Pond,.Mrs. DennIs Quinn, Edna M. ReiDy, Julia Sullinn, M·M Edmund J. Walsh, Jr.; $40 11-11 MIchael Tena&loa,II·M Robert A. O'Neil; $35 Mrs. WUllam J. Cotter, $30 M·M Daniel J. GaUq1ler,II'" Armand Goulet M-M Stephen O'Brien, Jr., $25 Jolin Anderson, Dr. M. Curtis Barry,lI-II Eugene8inda, M·M HL Biron, ~-II Ray Blanchard, " John B1ullletle, M-II WiBiam Brown, M-II Donald Brllftllll. Mrs. Theron Burtonlame, II·M Myron Chaput M·M Robert Childs, M·M lawrence CohreI, Dr. louis DeRosa, Janet M. Farrell, M·M Richard Finn, Mary F. Foley, M·M William Gent Mrs. Frank E. Gray, Edith Growe, Eleanor M. HauertY, M·M Leonard Hiqins, Helen P. Hogan, M·M Charles Huber, M·II EJIis Johnson, Helen l. KeHeher, M·M James Kelly, M·M Kevin Kelly, M·M Howard Kilchen,.Iolln F. Leary, M-II MlChaeiLepn, Mrs. Robert.Leonard, M·M Ralph LeMay, Mrs. Wray Lockwood, M·M Henry LyotIS, l1-li Thomas H. lyons, Jr., McKenna, M·M John Maher, Ann Maini, Rita Melanson, M-II Ja_ IIonahan, M·M Donald Monn, M·M Eucene MuUigan, MoM Peter F. Nelson, Jr., M·M Arthur Noveline, M·M Jose~h O'Brien, M·M. Edwar.d Peterson, M·M Harold J. Roberts, M·M Wilfred Sampson, Albert Scaramelh, M·M Anth1lny SlIvcestri, Mrs. Robert Starck, Mary Suliivan M·M Frank Tenaglia MoM 10sellII O. Tinsley, Mrs. Arthur Tomlinson, M·M Edward Tynln, M·M CartesJ. V~lcour, Jr., M·M Law;enceVerrier, Mrs. Wllter Verney, Helen Welch, Mrs.Robert Wheller, M·M John Willett POCASSET St. John The Evangallst $360 Friends of Catholic Charities; $150 M·M George D. Denmart; $100 A Friend, Robert·Collyer, Atty.!M Richalll Driscoll, Eleanor Blaine; $60 M·M Bernard Pleau; $50 Mrs. Otto Becker, Marion Donahue, M·M Leroy Perry, M·M Kenh Songer, M·M Alberto Giordano, linda Gasson. M·M LeoniIII WMe, M·M David Crosly, AFriend; $3D M·M Victor lindbloom $25 M·M James Duffy, M·M Edward Grant, M·M JamesVogel, M-M Thomas Dungln, M·M Robert Riley, M·M Andrew McGonaale, Mrs. Frank Todesca, M·M Richard Pescosolido, M·M Dan Shalkaukar, MoM George Whelan, M·M Joseph Ciampa, M·M Bernard O'Donnell, M·M Donald Pertins, M·M Winia.. Benninghof, M·M Paul Vella, AFriend. CHATHAM Holy RadHmer $5OD SI. Vincent dePaul Conference; $400 Sacred Hearts Fathers· Chathaar, $300 Association 01 the Sacred Hearts; $100 M·M William Collins, Dr.lM David J. Farrell, Vera Mazulia, Eleanor SI,.a, M·M W. Thomas Whiteley, Mrs. Robert Wolin; $60 Cecelia Jackson; $SO William Wilz Carroll, M-M John H. Clavin, M·M Francis J. Fleming, M·M Leonard Fougere, M·M Paul Fougere, Anonymous, M·M Daniellavache, M·M Vincent LeBlanc, M-M William Machie, Margaret Murphy, Mrs. DoualasWells, M·M John Wisniewski $30 M·M Donald Parent $25 Anonymous, M·M George F. Brown, Ann Charlesworth, Marie Cronin. Katherine Davino, M·M Kevin Dixon,_M·M David Erwin, Virginia E. Ford, Mary Leate, M·M James LeBlanc, Mrs. Charles Pete~n, Mary Ropulewis, M·M Donald Scarello, M·M Richard Sylva, Dr.!M Richard A. Weiler, Jr., M·M Henry Welch, Jr. OSTERVillE Our lady 01 the Assumption $1000 Anonymous; S5DO Mrs. John Janes; $2SO M·M John Curran; $200 John .P. Curran; $150 M-M Henry Schroeder, $IOD Anonymous, M·M William laverty, M·M Armand MathIS; $50 Anonymous, M·M William Bright, Dr. Katherine Leland, M·M Philip Boudreau, Edith White; $30 M·M Louis McKnight Mrs. Alexander Ellis; $25 Anonymous, M·M John Murdock, M·M Arthur Marney, M·M John Pina, MoM John Spillane, Mrs. Thomas O'Donnell, Mrs. Mae Thomas, Mn. George Cartson, M·M William Sharkey, M·M John Perry, M·M William Mareneck M-M Roland Ashley M·M Call Davis, M·M David Hayward, Margaret Sheehan ' , BUZZARDS BAY 51. Margaret $150 M·M Paul Moncevicz; $100 Craft Time; $50 Kay O'Melia M·M James Lynch M-M John Santangelo, M·M Edwi~ Payton, Jeannine Reid; $40 M·M Frank Grant L~retta &Nonm Carani; $35 M·M Robert F: Hayward, Ehse Reynolds, M·M Donald Lakin; $25 D1lris Robbins, Patrick & Helen Nee, Mal.lM Ray Fisher, Helen Farrelly, M·M Robert E. Andrews, Mrs. Doris Bunney, M·M Roy Miller, M·M James Butler, M-M Anthony Baptista, Margaret Brooks, M·M Chartes Kluber, M·M Hugh Pilgmn. Fleurdehs Marotta, Dorothy M. Neale SOUTH YARMDUTH 51. Plus Tenth $500 M-M Douglas 1. Murray; S40D M-M Harry Varnum; $300 Dorothy Black; $240 MoM David Pearson; S200 M·M William Hogan, Mrs. John Shea; $150 Mrs. Ernest Eastman, Kurt Ristau. Atty.!M James Quirk, Sr.; SI25 M·M Emerson Snow, Mary Young, M·M Paul Cameron; $120 M·M Richard 1. Missell, M-M Richard Delorey; $100 M-M Arthur Beatty, M·M Russell Caron, M·M Thomas Dean, M-M Eugene Duquette, Mrs. Brooke Evans, Mrs. Ester·Ms M. Husband, Tegid C. Kesler, M·M Richard McCoo, Mrs. Roland W. Senecal, Shaughnessy Family, Corinne H. Shea, Mrs. John Weaver, Chartes Young $100 M·M Albert Anastasio, M·M Thomas Faulkner, M-M Alfred Heinser, Russell &Janet Murphy, M·M James T. Phillips. M-M R.G. Sibley, M-M John E. lick; $75 M·M Joseph M. Tierney. Mrs. Mary C. Ormiston; $65 M·M William Harney; $60 Edith A. Black; $50 James Cronin, M-M Donnelly, Margaret Grimes, M·M George Hammerstrom, M-M Donald Harkenrider, M·M Ferdinand F. Killiam, M-M Victor Machunski, Mrs. John Manwaring, M·M James 1. McCarthy, Waller W. & Mabel M. Millett Mary J. Moriarty, Dr.!Mrs. Edmund 1. Sullivan, Dr. William R. Tracey $50 M-M John Curtey, Mary l. Fee, Margaret G. Mulligan. M-M Richard Quirk, M-M George Roberts, M-M Dan Sullivan; $40 M-M John Kozlicak, Mrs. Henry Paquin, M-M Edward Robinson; $36 M·M Thomas Eaton; $35 M·M Harold Baker, Helen Donohue; $30 M-M Thomas Robinson, M·M Cecil Patrick, Helen Sprague, M-M Joseph Walker; $25 M-M Michelangelo Altieri, M-M J.P. Brennan, Emile & Ruth Camano dona, Barbara Clifford, M·M Thomas Cunniff, Helen C. Cunningham, Mrs. John R. Donovan, M-M Michael Driscoll, Herbert J. Evans, Mrs. George Finn, Elaine Fitzgerald, Mrs. Walter Hewins $25 M-M Joseph Ierardi, M·M John 1. Jackmauh, Stasia Johnston, M-M Ralph Joyal, M-M Daniel S. Keary, M·M James Keary, M·M John 1. Kelly, M·M Kenneth King, Mary E. Lachinsky, Mrs. Daniellyncy. Ruth E. McDonald, Terence D. McNamara, M-M William McKenney, M-M Edward Meaney, M-M Herbert 1. Molway, M-M Nicholas Mulick Mrs. Joseph Norton, Mrs. William B. O'Brien, M-M Hubert F. O'Neil, M-M James O'Neil, M·M Richard Paul, William Rafferty, Mrs. Antonio J. Rossi . $25 M·M Rodney l. Simone, Mrs. George H. Smith, Mrs. Eleanor Stallsmith, M·M Edward Streile, M-M Robert Sutherland, Mrs. Rita Swenson, M·M Edmund Tessier, M-M Alphonse Wallen, M·M Harold M. Whalen, Patricia E. Ahern, M·M Wilfred Amnotte, M·M Robert E. Bradley, M·M Donald J. Brine, M-M Robert J. Cahill, Mrs. Thomas Carey, M·M John Carroll, M-M Casey, Frances E. Crawford, M·M Robert Cunningham, Mrs. Wilfred DeBlois, M·M George T. Dowd, Mrs. Edward M. Duggan, Francis X. Finnegan $25 M·M Everett Hyland, M-M Adam J. Kudarauskas, M-M Richard Maguire, M-M John J. Mahoney, M·M James A. Maloney, M·M Robert J. Mason, M-M Frederick C. Miller, Martha J. Motherway, M·M William Murphy, M-M Paul McGourty, John M. Osterman, M-M John J. Parulis, M-M James Ruhan, Virginia Shea, M·M lloyd Shipley, Barbara Summer, MoM Arthur A. Thacher S500 M·M John F. Martin, William l. Parker, M·M James Peterson; $150 Mrs. Joseph Hanley, SIOO William J. &Teresa S. Burke, Joseph P. Gibbons, Sara W. Gibbons, Mrs. Sylvia C. Hatch, M·M George E. Kirvan, M-M August Kochis, JudgelM Henry M.Leen, Gordon A. McGull, Mrs. Joseph F. Milchelt $SO Loretta Ahern, M-M Richard Bronski, M·M G. Charette, Mrs. Eugene Cremins, M-M David J. Curtin. Josephine G. Davern, John J. Gill, Margaret Hurley, M·M James landrigan, Ida C. McLean, M·M William F. ,McPartland, Thomas 1. Millette, H.C. O'Neil, Bernice J. Poutas, M-M Norman J. Reilly, M·M Robert S. Soukup $40 Dr.lM Peter Amorosi; $35 M-M Raymond l. McGrane, Mary Sheehy; $30 M·M Francis X. Tierney; $25 M·M Richard F. Boehler, Mr~. James F. Brennan, M·M Carl Buccella, M-M Joseph Cullen, Helen Gill, M·M John F. Healy, M·M George Hoffmann, M-M F. Kilcline, M-M John Lonergan, Judith Maguire, M·M Henri Marcotte, Mrs. John Morse, M·M Thomas McGrath, Marion E. Meade,AliceW. Perkins, M·M Eugene Remie, M·M LeStrange Ring, M-M Paul LSI. Louis, Mrs. John W. Spence, M·M Robert Sullivan, John Taupier, M-M George E. Toohey, M·M Richard Ward, Mrs. J. Chester Wheeler, Paul F. Young, Mrs. Tracy leller HYANNIS 51. Francis Xavier S300 M·M Edward Murphy; SI50 Myrtle H. Morin; $135 M·M Edmond W. Dery, Jr.; $125 M·M Thomas Walsh; $100 M·M Theodore Alves, M·M Thomasloughlin, Margaret lucht M·M Jolin Medeiros, M·M Gerhard Robichaud; $75 Dorothy M. Clart; $50 M-M Charles Ardito, M·M Ralph E. Berting, M·M Daniel Callahan, M-M Donald Chase, M·M Charles J. Cogan, Mary Counlnell, Mrs. Daniel Dunn, In Memory 01 John & Anna Fehr, M·M Timothy J. Flaherty, M-M Edward A. Giardino, S50 M·M Robert Guertin. M·M Charles Harkins, G. Roberta Hart, Frances Hayes, Wilhelm Kadunc, Mary M. McAdoo, Mary McKenna, Thomas'Moore, Thomas E. O'Rourke, William R. Perry & Family,lillian Round, M·M Walter Shuley, Mrs. A.W. Snow, Spirit of Jesus Prayer Group, Catherine Schell, MoM Vincent Simeone, Helen Todd, M·M James Wheeler; $40 M·M Joseph Richard, M·M Cedric Sears, M·M John D. Sheehan; $35 M-M Edward 1. Berg, Catherine F: Bourbeau, MoM Robert A. Flinn, M·M Robert Thorton $30 M·M Curtis Frye, M·M Richard Howard, M·M A. John Smith, M-M William F1inn;S25 MoM Adamo Agostinelli, M·M John F. Allen, M-M John P. Allen, M·M Ralph Ames, M·M John Bell, M-M Stanley Blasko, Mrs. James Bonner, M·M Joseph H. Boucher, M·M John Broussard, Mrs. Roger Brown, M·M Francis T. Buckley, Rosmond Callery, M·M William Cericola, Ann C. Connors, Anne D. Cullinane, Margaret Cunningham, M·M Charles D'Agostino, M·M Ronald Day, Elizabeth Dias, M-M Daniel Donovan, M·M John F. Donovan, Helen D. Dostal, Eileen Duane, Dr. James F. Dunne, Kathleen Foley, Mrs. William Foley, M·M Joseph l. Francis $25 M-M Charles Gallivan, M. Therese Gelinas, Thomas Goodwin,Laura Grace, M·M Albert Grenis, Joao Kosinski, M·M Michale Jamewski, Susan Mankevetch, M-M John Moda, Myrtle H. Morin, Ruth Muldow· ney, Rose M. Rockrough, M-M John Russo, M-M Charles S. Samborski, Francis X. Scannell, M·M Leo Skaparas, Gloria Soroka, M-M Jon Sylvester, M-M AndrewTannone, Harry &Frances Tibbetts, M-M Frank Vieira, Helen Wallace

AmEBOID 51. $100 SI. Stephen Council of Catholic Women; $75 M-M Joseph M. Hodge; $50 M·M Gerard Daneau, M·M Leonard Rathbun, M-M Arnold Silva; $40 M·M James Aussant, $25 Emil Brodeur, M-M Tony Casali, Oscar Desjardin, M·M John Gagne 51. Joseph f100 M-M Robert Boucher, M·M Albert Oumonl, SI. Joseph Beano; $75 M-M Julien Forget. M·M Vito Montaruli; $60 M·M Vidal Balcarcel; $50 M·M Leo Dumas, M·M Glenn O'Grady; $48.85 Spanish Community; $40 M·M John ferguson; $35 Mrs. Richard Sieber; $30 M-M Joseph Garcia, M·M Norman Hebert, M·M Kennelh Malone, Mrs. Katherine Sprigg; $25 Mrs. Blanche Cesolini, Sue Desrosiers, M·M James Fyfe, M-M Ernesl Girard, M-M Robert Landry, M·M Roland Pariseau SI. John Ih. Evanl.,ist $300 Palricia Carella; $250 M-M Frederick Murphy, Jr.; $150 M·M Viclor Vaughan, Jr., $125 M·M Paul Silva, M·M Richard Marsh; $100 M·M David Reed, M-M Russell Morin, Jr., Robert Barton, Peler Silvia, M·M Daniel Nolin, Dr. &Mrs. Richard Shea; $75 M·M Wilfred Cardin, M·M James Dulude, M·M Thomas Walsh; $50 M·M Anthony Magina, M·M Michael O'Hara, M-M Edward Kelley, • M·M Kennelh Callahan, M·M Roy Damiani, M·M George Kohler, Mrs. Francis Kelley, Michael Harrington, M-M Gerard laFrancois, M·M D. Bramanle, M-M Donald Pellelier, M-M William Brown, M-M Richard Foster, Richard Redgale, M-M Norman Quinn; $35 Leo LeMaislre, M·M Frederick WolI, M·M Alvin Cassidy, M-M Stanley Koska; $30 Thomas Keane, M·M Joseph Pacheco, M-M Richard Wagle, William Martin, M-M William Michel, Mrs. Irene Bollon, M-M John Carty, Joseph Graney, Jr., M-M Edward Morse, Thomas Bollon, M·M John Solo, M·M George Richardson $25 M-M Brian Graveline, M·M Francis Convey, M-M Frank Fanning, M-M John Kelley, Mrs. linda Pemberton, M·M Kevin Delaney, Mrs. Bridget Nolin, Mrs. Mildred Bellavance, Mrs. Cecile Schneider, M·M Paul Bellavance, M·M Gerhard Daday, Margaret Doan, Joseph Bolton, M-M William Bergevine, M·M George Gosselin, M·M Harry Condon, Jr., M-M Walter Coelho, Mrs. Paul BUllock, M·M Roy Corso, Mrs. John lepper, M·M lawrence Johnson, M-M John Mammoli; Mrs. Paul Cooper, Loretta Verplaitse, Mrs. Angela Lewis, Barbara Poirier, John Higgins, M·M James Pinocci, M·M Richard Connors, Mrs. Eleanor Weiss, Anne Hyland, M-M Kevin Kelley, Ellen Loew, M·M John Shea, M·M Charles Clarke, M-M Lorne Schneider, Mrs. Joseph Simmons, M-M Henry Gagne, M-M Emil Paqu:n, Diane Fournier, M-M Richard Coslello, M·M Daniel Ferreira, M·M John Nicholson, M-M Jessa Almeida, M·M Robert Keim, Margaret Redding, Florence Moran, Emil Brodeur, Mrs. Ernesl Belanger, M-M Dean Winslow, M-M Joseph Megan, Mrs. Edgar Pelletier, Margaret O'leary, David Catudal, Mrs. Waller love, Mrs. George Wyman, M·M Donald MacDonald, Angela Galligan, Mrs. Annette Birch, M·M Kevin Cavalieri, M-M John Bessette, Stephen Gulino, M·M Ernest Pettit. M·M Alfred McNally, John Salley, M-M Gerard Champagne, M-M Ernest Rocha, M-M Wayne Millet, M-M Norm Thibault, M-M Gerard Brodeur, M-M Matthew Karol, M·M Manuel Rebelo, Mrs. Albert lewis, Waller Smilh, Mrs. Jeanette Gifford, M-M Raymond Paille, M·M Ronald Churchill, Mrs. Ruth Pattangall, Dennis Donnelly, Mrs. lucille Felix, M·M Herbert Rounds $125 M·M Thomas Castro; $100 M-M Victor O'Clair, $75 M-M Donald DesVergnes; $50 M·M Arthur Nunes, M-M Frank Rose, M-M Donald Corbeil, M-M Donald Swift, M-M Richard Doherty, M-M Edward O'Donnell; $45 M-M Robert MacDonald; $40 M-M Edward Dowdall; $25 Mrs. Joan Sumner, M-M Robert .Griswold, M-M John Wilson, M·M Michael Costa, William Madden, M-M Thomas Carroll, M-M Warren Hall, M-M Roland Lefebvre M-M Arthur Brillon, Daniel Pion, Patrick McKearney, Mary McKearney, M·M Donald Price, M·M John Simkins, M-M Mark Traversi, M-M William CoDns, M-M Robert Robichaud, M-M David Piermarini, Mrs. Willon Dale, M·M Robert April, M-M Raymond Foy, M-M Eric Johnston SI. The"sa of the Child Jesus $400 M-M Frank Gillan; $300 S. Attleboro Kof C(Council 58761; $200 M·M Normand Carrier, Anonymous; $145 M·M Ronald Oliveira;$IOO Anonymous, M-M Ernest M.jor,ln Memory of Helen Berardi by husband, Domenick, Anonymous, M-M Anthony Rando; $75 M·M Ederito Fachada; $70 M-M Paul Metilly; $50 Anonymous, M-M John Case, M·M Bertrand Gauthier, M-M William laBree, M-M Robert Laliberte, M-M Russell Lebeau, M·M Allan Tompson, M-M Roger Turcotte, M·M Raymond Bonin, Mrs. Margaret F. Mann, M-M Aime Turgeon; $40 M-M Edward Courchene, M-M Philip Hood; $35 M·M Rene Gingras; $30 M-M William Cauley; $25 M·M Emile Boivin, Mrs. Lillian C. Loiselle, M-M Francis O'Connell, Mrs. George O'Connell, Mrs. Anthony Quagi;a, M-M Albert Addessi, Jr., M-M Edward Almeida, M·M Manuel S. Arruda, M-M Robert Berard, Anonymous, M-M Robert Brolhers, M·M George Busby, M·M Raymond Chartier, M-M Roger Choiniere, M·M Richard Dubuc, M-M Richard Enright, Waller A. Foran, M-M Fred Fortin, Mrs. Raymond Gamzche, M-M Char:es Gibbons, Mrs. Rose Hagopian, M-M Donald Harkins, M-M Louis Hermans, M·M Normand Lamoine, M-M Francis Mcinerney, M-M Harold Medeiros, M-M Edward Mis, M·M Peler Moore Holy Ghosl $1,000 M-M Raymond Kelliher; $150 M-M James McAndrews; $125 Conslanl Poholek; $100 M·M Alfred Carvalho, M-M Roberl W. Hoag, M-M Alfred Vaz, Sr., John Flanagan, Jr.; $75 Mary S. Sullivan, M·M George E. Ryan; $60 M-M Wallace Gordon, M-M Jose CMedeiros; $50 M·M Joseph R. Ambers, M-M John C. Bergeron, M-M Douglas Livingslon, Dr. & Mrs. Terranova, M-M Roland Tremblay, Madeline Turley, M-M lewis Benson, Chrislopher E. Fox, M-M Edgar l. Gagne, Rosalind Martelli; $40 M-M John A. Amaral, M·M Leon O'Brien, Alice Perry, M·M George Fredette, Mrs. Antonio Raposo; $35 M·M Joseph P. Poholek, M-M leo R. Roy, M·M A.D. Slenliford, Richard DeMoia, M-M William Habershaw; $30 M-M Mariano Caslro, Mrs. Ralph Medeiros, M-M Waller Tansey $25 M·M Henry C. Aguiar, Manuel Almeida, M-M Tobia R. Anelunde, Mrs. Adrian Anlaya, M·M Antero Amaral, M-M Joseph I. Arruda, M-M George A. Audette, M·M Joseph Brouseau, Mary Bullard, Gerard Cameron, M·M Raymond O. Castro, M·M Gaelan Collette, Gaelan Collette, Sr., M-M Phillip G. Audette, Muy Baxendale, Mrs. John Beffy, M-M Maurice Desmarais, Mrs. Robert Erwin, Jack Fernandes, Joan Fontaine, M-M William Fontaine, M-M Richard Kettle, louise Laird, Mrs. Francis Lavallee, Chartes E. lewis, Jr., Mabel E. lewis, M·M Frank Malrone, Mrs. John Poholek, Mrs. Joseph Rocha, M-M Joseph Salvas, Helen Smilh, Mrs. Ralph Tinkham, M·M James E. Cooper, Mrs. Anlhony DeMattos, M-M Eugene O. Demule, M-M John Feleira, M·M Charles Fox, Jr., Mrs. Merle Holmes, M·M James Kane, M·M Fred lander, Jr., M-M Joseph Lojeck, M-M Joseph Machado, M-M Earl Marchand, M·M James Martineau, M·M Thomas Martin, M-M Anlhony Martins, M-M Joseph Medeiros, Mrs. Joseph E. Menard, M-M Edward 1. O'Keefe, Mrs. Irene Pimenlal, M-M Frank Pislolese, M-M Manuel Rebello, M-M Joao C. Rego, Mrs. Frederick Rodell, M-M John Rodrigues, M·M Clyde Sprague, M·M Edward Sianton, Mrs. Harry Vaghoobian $500 M-M 1.K. Murphy; $100 M-M Elzear Sicard, Mrs. Arthur Siandley; $50 M·M Frederick Ellis, Jean Galligan; $30 Oonald Child, M-M John Redlund; $25 M-M Joseph Ag'us, M-M John Cloud, M·M Larry Oavidson, M·M Edward Furlado, M-M lawrence McNally, M·M Manuel Tavares NORTH AmEBORO Sacred Heart $300 Mrs. Heclor Coutu; $100 M-M Maurice Dargis; $50 M-M Henry Achin, M·M Robert Bartlett, M-M Arthur Beauchaine, M-M Roger Bourassa, M-M Theodore Daigneault; $40 Joseph Achin, Mrs. Lillian Seymour; $35 M-M Brian Germain; $30 M·M Arthur Cloutier, M-M Alfred Weldon; $26 M-M Wilbur Weldon; $25 M·M Joseph Amara, M-M Andrew Bennett, M-M Roger Condon, M·M Richard Dion, M-M Thomas Feid, Doris Gagne, M-M Walter Kirylo, M-M Warren Boehling, M-M Elmer Cook, Edmond Couturier, M-M Brian Coyle, M-M Richard leydon, M-M Normand Lapoinle $35 M-M Carl Frosl; $25 Mrs. Aldea Brais, M-M Marc Collette, M-M Nea' Cottreau, M-M Charles Meuniar William & Mary E. Smith ' 51. lIary $500 M-M Paul J. Roche; $250 Nelson Gulski; $125 Mrs. Elmer Raison; $100 M-M leo Cloulier; $50 Joseph Cerrelo, M-M John Devlin, M-M Norman Fonlaine, Julie Hammond, M·M Francis leary, Edilh A. McCabe, M-M Francis Murphy; $35 M-M Roland Cloulier, M-M Francis Considine, Edward Nolan; $30 M-M Joseph Bourgeois, Shirley Dunham, M-M Charles Fulton, Edward Poirier, M·M A. Vanbever, Frances Vandal, M-M Frederick Whittier; $26 laura Conli, Rosanna McAfee; $25 M·M Louis Abdou, Herman Asher, Mrs. Henry J. Beach, Dr. & Mrs. Robert Bedard, Susan Breen, M-M John Colletto, M-M John Collins, M-M Robert Crotezu, Gertrude Dallon, Margarel Flaherty, M-M Louis Gagnon, M-M Ralph Gilmore, George 1. Jacobs, Judy leary, Janet C. lynch, M-M Eugene Maigrel, M·M Nando Melchiorri, M-M Ronald C. Meyer, M-M Waller Phillips, M-M lester Ralph, Mary Richardson, M-M Robert Scarlalelli, M-M Harold Schriever, M-M Robert Silvia, Mrs. Joseph Stanlon, M-M Joseph Sullivan, Eileen Taylor, M-M Richard Thimot AmEBORO FAllS SI. Mark $700 M·M Ernesl Glode; $300 Mrs. William Wanon; $250 M-M Robert Cunningham; $200 M·M Paul Oanesi, M·M Thomas Parris; $175 Mrs. Rila Gallant; $150 Dr.lM John Killion, M-M Louis Sousa; $125 Mrs. Charles O'Neil, M-M Michael Murphy; $100 Roland Maloney, M-M Charles Roland, Anila Gendron, Mrs. Clyde DePrisl, Albert Gingras, M-M Michael McGahan, Mrs. Philip Cronan, M-M Raymond Pierson; $90 M·M Anlhony Cipriano $75 M-M Edward Knapp, M-M James Keiper, Dr./M James DeWill; $65 M-M Raymond Aubin, M-M Dennis Bushy; $60 M-M Bernard Gamache; $50 Mrs. John Gaffney, Wayne Williams, M-M Daniel DelVecchio, Dorothy Woodworth, M-M Joseph Ryan, M-M Joseph Fredette, M-M Emilio Gautieri, Walter Rowe, M-M Gerard Vachon, M-M Ronald Mollins, Dominick laFratta, M-M Thomas Gruppioni, M-M Raymond larocque, Anne Conneely, M·M Thomas Taylor, M-M Paul lizotte, M-M Kevin Judge, M-M George A. Smilh Jr., M-M Gerald Dorey, Mrs. Grace Fitton, M-M William Trumble, M-M Peler Guimond, M-M Albert Dumas, M-M Edmund Tierney $50 M·M William McBrine, M-M Thomas Gledhill; $40 M-M Wayne Harrison, M-M Arlhur Napoleone, M-M John Folan, M-M Alfred Hopkins, John Grimes, M·M Zane Jakuboski. M-M Robert Haggerty, M-M Ernesl Frasso, M-M Paul Ruzanski $35 Florence leary, M-M Robert Guillette, M-M leo Lacasse, M-M Francis Pelrillo, M·M George Boyd, Donald Shanley, M-M G.M. O'Donnell; $30 M·M Edward Landy, M-M James Ganci, M-M James Barry, M·M John Lynch, M-M Gerald Larence, M-M Chartes Nolan; $25 M-M Walter Johnson, Mrs. Cecilia DeVries, Mrs. Charles Lennartz, M-M John Prest. M·M Arthur Simoneau, Jr., M-M Charles Falugo, M-M Vincenl Zuffanle, Dr./M Ronald Ciombor, Mrs. Charles Carroll, M·M Robert O'Brien, Mrs. leo Monasl, Mrs. Janel Lefort, M·M David Wallace, M-M Thomas Piggott, Carole McGee, Mrs. Frances Alix, Mrs. Margaret Walerhouse, Sianley Cobb, M-M David Walkins, M-M Robert Allison $25 M-M James G. Connor, Mrs. John Murray, M-M Leo Devlin, M-M Lawrence Kubilus, M·M Frederick Warchol, M-M Paul Teixeira, M-M James Meegan, M·M Michael Alessandri, M-M Charles Lasala, M·M Frederick Connolly, M·M Ronald Bishop, M·M Henry Caldwell, M·M John Murray, Mrs. Denise Winslon, M-M Joseph Ferland, M-M William Connell, James Harackiewicz, M-M Earl logan, Mrs_ Edna Baszynski, Mrs. Elliot Gallagher, M·M Robert Riccio, M-M Philip lindstrom $25 Lawrence Feid, Grace Foid, M-M Anlhing Cavalieri, M-M Donald Lachance Mrs. Edna Coulu, M-M Raymond Galvin, M·M Henry Collins, M-M Peter Klin, M·M Paul Palmisciano, Alice &Shirley Cassidy, Mrs. Mildred Gilroy, M·M Peler leddy, L. Dorr, M-M Kevin Hannan. Mrs. Joseph Feeney, M·M Paul Clark, M-M Robert Dion, Mrs. Helen Brennan, M-M Neil A. McCann, M-M Gerard Frederick, Mrs. Aurore DeBlois $25 M-M David Lucia, Jr? M-M Francis Gayton, M·M Michael Baslille, M·M Leonard Pierce, M-M Peter Weldon, Mrs. Elaine Panos, Mrs. P. Dunn, M-M Francis Balut. M-M Carmen Pianledosi, M-M Edward Slattery, M-M Joseph Joyce, M·M Robert Loiselle, Mrs. Eileen Spooner, Mrs. Robert Potter, M-M Roger Brooks, M-M Thomas Horrocks, M-M Dennis Arseneau, M-M Mark Fisher, M-M Eugene Martha, Mrs. Lillian Duncan $50 M-M Slephen Rolhemich, Dr.lM Rene Bousquet, M-M Daniel Noreck, M-M Christopher Carges; $40 M-M Thomas Bannon; $35 Eugene Touzin; $25 M-M Frank Miller, Joseph Furtado, Joan Morse, Mrs. Michael J. Croke, M·M 1. William Connelly

MANSFIELD SI. Mary $300 M·M James Vaughn, Jr.; $200 M·M Albert Boldrighini; $100 M-M John Baroncelli, M-M Kart Clemmey, M-M David Conley, M-M Francis Baldini, M·M Donald Bunavicz, M·M Joseph Monleiro, M-M Ronald Reeves, M-M John Riccio, M-M R_ Vantassell; $75 M-M William Cooney, M-M Joseph Murphy, M·M Stanley Murray; $60 M·M James Hindman; $50 lesler & Albert McGoldrick, M·M Mark Niederberger, Joan Shaw, M·M Guy Tomase, lillian & Lelecia Dion, M·M Conley Eagan, M·M Kart Hartmann, M-M Kevin Jackson, M-M Timothy Koska, Theresa Parente, M·M John F. Regan $SO Helen Burns, Ellen Frank, Jean Burns, Mildred Hannon, M-M Slephen Petersen, M-M Dominic Poillucci, Mrs. Richard Shurtleff, M·M Clifford Titus; $40 M·M Victory DaCosta, M·M Joseph Pernock,


Mrs. R. Baldini, M·M Richard Charbonnier; $35 M·M Lee Duclos, M·M Bruce Pill, M-M John Houghlon; $30 M·M Carmen Cardinute, M-M James Cronin, M-M Angelo Nardone, M-M Joseph Souza, Jr., M·M Bradly Dauphinee, M·M Wayne Carrigan $25 M·M Edward L. Baldovin, Irene Barrows, M-M Flavio Branchini, M-M Armand Brunelle, M-M Anthony Camelio, M-M Norman Coggieshall, Mrs. Robert Davidson, M-M Paul DeGirolamo, M·M Ralph DePillo, M-M Donald Genoa, Janice Goodman, Jamce L. Gouvtla, M-M Ronald Hamson, M·M KeVin E. King, M-M Charles Lambalol, Thomas Leonard, M·M Arthur Lessard, M·M Robert Mei, M-M James Muslo, M-M S. Pazniokas, M-M Joseph Piscalelli, M·M Vincenl Poirier, M·M R_ Radgowski, M·M H. Salerno, M·M Alfred Sarro M-M Alfred Sarro Jr., M·M Robert Shufflelon, M·M Joseph Taylor, M·M Thomas Warren $25 Mrs. Harry Alden, M·M Leo Annese, M·M Armand Audet. M·M Edward Broderick, M·M Michael Brown, M·M Kennelh Buja, M-M John Cleary, M-M William Dissinger, M-M Francis Ferney, Nacy Lee Gallagher, M·M Ronald Gervais, Pauline Grudinskas, Ralph Hillon, M·M Chesler Jackson, Mrs. Edward Jameson Sr., Rose M. Jameson, M-M Arthur Kovich, M-M Francis McGowan, M·M Charles McLaughlin, M-M Viclor Narciso, Richard Occhiolini, Anna Palanza, Arthur Remillard, M-M Thomas Scarpelllnl, Jane Sellmayer, M-M John Sullivan, M-M Charles Tegan . $25 M·M Ernesl Arredondo, Amici Funeral Home, M·M Tom Balboni, M·M James Beatty, M·M Richard BeHavance, Alfonse Bielan, M·M Brian T. Bokoske, M-M William 1. Breen, M-M Stan Burwell, M·M Frank Candela, Mrs. Raymond Cassidy, M-M Slephen Collins, M-M Edward Connell, Mrs. Salvatore DeLutis, Marie Eckler, M-M Albert Fasulo, M·M Frank Fisher, M·M Eugene Fournier, M-M Vincenl Forte, M-M Chester Gallus, M·M Slephen Gillis $25 Joann M. Gude, Clara Hardie, M·M Kenneth loerwald, Janice M. Macomber, M-M Shawn McKenna, M·M John F. Mohan, M·M Silvio Morini, Jean Mygan, M·M Frank Nones, M-M John Paioni, Rita A. Pascale, M·M Raymond Pelrine, M·M Michael Powers, M·M Francis Ralferty, M·M Philippe Schrolh, M-M John Sarro, M-M Ronald Sullivan, M-M David Tucker, Ellen Wesllund, M-M Albert Willey, M-M Gerald Wrighl $200 SI. Mary's Catholic Woman's Club; $100 M-M Brian Healy, Joseph R. White, M-M Orla~dG Souza; $50 M-M Francis Faria, M-M Andre Charpentier, $35 M-M Thomas Rogers, M·M Alfred Tunnese; $30 Winifred Marcussen, M-M Joseph G. Cote, M-M Robert Poholek; $25 Louis 1. Bourgeois, M-M Mark Canuel M-M John DePalma, M-M Giles Dognaui, M·M Michael Foss, Margaret Gardner, M-M Emol Giorda~o M·M William Harlor M·M Kevin Higgins, M-M Jeffrey laper, John Manning, M-M Michael Malhias, lucille McAlice, M-M A. Lincoln Musto, M-M Joseph Pfeil, M·M Bernard Pizura, Jane Richard, M-M Alexander Thompson, M-M Henry Ward NORTON Sl. lIary $900 Rev. John V. Magnani; $100 M-M Wilfred T. Lapoinle, M-M Abel Rodrigues; $50 M-M Neal F. Biron, M-M Robert G_ Burkhart, M-M lawrence Taylor, M-M Charles P. Wichland; $30 M-M George Lincoln, M-M William Marvel; $25 M-M James W. Burton, M-M Salvalore Celeslino, lrerie Danahey, M·M Earl H. Dion, Jr., M·M James D. Frick, M-M James Kelly, M-M Lawrence Larocque, M-M Waller Messenger, Mrs. John Simkins, M-M Ernesl S. Tasho SEEKONK Our Lady of 1I0unt Carmel $300 M·M John Ghiorse; $150 M·M Henry Foley, Holy Name Sociely, SI. Vincent DePaul Conference; $100 M·M James Araujo, Maureen Berry, Helen E. Browning, Dr./M Richard E. Murphy, M-M Raymond Naughlon, M-M Mallhew 1. Quirk, M-M Leo W. Tasca; $75 M-M Ralph Caslino, Michael Haining, M-M Paul Kilmartin; $60 Rita H. O'Neill, M·M Anlonio Perri; $50 M-M Richard Capuano, M-M Robert M. Caron, M-M John M. Chmura, M-M Harold Devine, M-M Michael Durkay, M·M John H. Ellis, M-M Richard A. Goudreau, M-M Charles S. Grossman, M-M William Heaney, M·M Paul Jannetti, M·M John Kelleher $50 M-M Everett McPhillips, M·M James Olean, Mrs. W. Gordon Partington, M-M Peler A. Pizarello, M-M Randy Plall, M·M William Quirk, M·M Charles Roberts, M·M James Tiernan, M-M John 1. Tretton, M·M 1. Roger Vaillancourt, M·M John 1. Varone,M-M Peter S. Ward; $40 Lawrence B. Violette; $35 M-M Ronald Oerr, M-M George Roderick; $30 M-M Manuel Cosla, Dr.lM John Duvalley, M-M Alfred George, William Laprade, M-M Joseph L. Motta, Jr., M·M Michael O'Connell, M·M Raymond Silva, Russell Thurber $25 George Amaral, Mrs. Manuel Amaral, M-M John M. Bird, M-M James E. Blythe, M·M William Bowen, Jr.. M-M Robert A. Candido, M·M Michael Cox, M-M Arnaldo DaSilva, M-M Harry P. DeAngelis, M·M Richard P. Exyk, M-M Raymond Gorman, Mrs. Manuel Hendricks, Jr., M-M William E. Johnson, Mrs. Natalie Kirker, Virginia laverty, M·M Robert leavitt, M·M Armand lussier $25 M-M George Machado, M-M Richard Machowski, M-M Thomas 1. McGovern, Mrs. James McGowan, M·M James A. McGregor, Joseph Medeiros, Jr., M-M Frank Mello, M-M Charles Mercier, Mrs. Alfred Nazareth, M·M John Phillips, M-M Anthopy Piquette, M-M John Ponlifice, M-M Winfield Pray, M-M Alfred Quattrucci, Mrs. Barbara W. Reed, M·M Kennelh Scolaro, M·M Paul Sroczynski, M-M Robert Stefanik, Mrs. Stephen Clegg, M-M Richard Veader, M-M Richard Vermette, M-M Thomas D. Walker SI. Mary $425 M·M Joseph Hodge; $200 M-M David 1. Francis; $170 M-M George Agostini; $150 M-M John Murphy; $125 Dr.lM Raymond Riley; $100 M-M George Provost, M-M Wilfred Thomson, Mrs. Thomas Toppin; $55 M-M Gerald Lanoue; $50 M-M Lawrence Welch, Agnes Blake, M-M Daniel Arrighi, Mrs. David Blake, Joseph E. Grenier, Sleven Agostini, David Agoslini, M-M James Caiola, M-M Jeffrey Seyboth; $40 M-M William Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Sirycharz; $35 M-M Myron T. Dourado, M·M Lawrence Kokoszka, M-M James Brackett; $30 Mrs. Jay Dufort, M-M Daniel Bevilaqua, M-M John Blake, M-M Frank D. Kosowski, Mrs. Robert Prilchard $25 Eileen Coyle, Mrs. Pauline Palenaude, Carla 1. Michaud, M-M Edward Jones, M-M Joseph Chandley, M-M Gaston Vandal, Margaret Philinger, M-M W. Cushman, Mrs. Henry R. Lauzon, M-M Arthur Cloulier, M·M Robert Frenier, M-M Joseph Don Carlos, Emile Allard, Robert Marcotte, M-M Louis Emond, Jr., M-M Robert Jacobs, Mary Ellen leshan, M-M Neil Copes, Mrs. Robert Muggle, M-M Richard Voccio

EAST TAUNTON Holy Family $55 M·M Gerard Ducharme & Family, $50 Mrs. Thomas White, Sianley Slavick, M·M Edward Boolh, M·M Ernest Andrews, M·M Francis Perry, M-M Raymond Prunier; $30 M-M Joaquin Correia, M-M Joseph Mendes, Alfred Dutra; $25 Mary, Oonald Marshall, M·M Paul Cardoza, M-M Richard Ploude, M-M Manuel Silvia, Mary Casey, Mari Slavick, Mary Silvia, M-M David Oevine, M-M John Areias • SOUTH EASTON HolyCross $150 M-M RobertJ. Huddy; $100 M·M Edward Marcheselli; $75 M·M Donald Tuttle; $50 M-M Daniel O'Reilly, M·M Joseph A. Wallon; $30 M·M Frank Madden; $25 leon Burke, Mrs. Paul King, Arnold & Janet Amiraull, Spirit Within Us Prayer Group, Lucy Pellipaw, Mr. Gale E. Murrin III, George Lowndes, M·M Donald R. Henderson, Patrick & Donna Griffin, Albert Mullaly . NORTH EASTON Immaculal.Conceptlon $364 Vincenti. Galvin; $100 M·M John Fresh, Dominic &Mary Ingemi; $75 M·M Richard Regnanle; $50 Jean Amorim, Helen Doherty, M·M Edward LaBelle, M-M Robert Matthews, M·M E. Richard, M·M Edward Tokarz; $40 Mrs. Romeo Amorim; $35 M·M Joseph Urciuoli; $30 M-M Manuel Freitas; $25 M·M lewis Aries, Claire Childs, Mary T. Driscoll, Alice Eastman, Joseph A. Galvin, M-M John Graca, Jr., Michael Graca, Mrs. Charles McCarthy, M·M Francis McKeen, M·M James Milchell, RoseMarie Parsons, Virginia E. Rogers, M·M William Simonson $100 Helen Derby, William J.lahey, M-M James Thrasher; $75 M-M Francis Mahoney; $50 The Buckley Family, Marguerile Carter, Mrs. John Connelly, Kennelh Hurley, Mrs. Charles McCarthy, Sr.. M-M William F. Sullivan; $30 M-M George A. Carter, Jr., Mrs. Edward Granl, M·M Thomas Slone; $25 M-M Michael Briody, M-M Joseph Camara, Cecelia Cardoza, M·M Wayne Evans, M-M Francis Freeman, M-M lawrence Gouldrup, M-M Nelson Gouveia, M·M John F. Hall, M-M Brian m. Hoffman, M-M T.F. Kent, Jr., M-M Robert F. McDonald, Kevin P. Mullen, M-M Joseph A. Pelrillo, Joseph Pires, M-M George Prall, M·M Wilfred Roberge, M-M Frank Ryan, M·M JJ. Sullivan, M-M Edward F. Welch IAYNHAII 51. Ann $100 Mrs. Dominnic Cirino, M-M John Pickard, Gilbert Fahey, M-MJohn D. Murphy; $75 M-M Frank Venlura; $50 M·M Thomas Zaks, M-M Edward Tokarz, M·M George Gould, M-M John Sheehan, M·M Richard Ouimel, M·M Sleven Slrojny, Judilh Dyer, Mrs. Charles R. Rose, M·M John Cockerham, Robert Adams, M-M Thomas McDermott $40 M·M Brian Gregg, M·M John Trucchi; $30 M-M Robert Gay, M·M Michael Fi~mmons, M·M Leo Champagne; $25 M-M Lawrence Frost. M-M William Donnelly, M-M Alfred Machado, M·M leo Arcand, Evelyn & Marie Rapoza, Marguerile Kruczek, Michelle Taft, M-M Edmund Correia, Richard Cordeiro, lola M. flaherty, M-M Paul Bowen, Mrs. Dapne Downing. M·M William Tripp, M-M Richard Riley, M·M Joseph Keough, M·M Russel Martorana, M·M John G. Magganaro I, M-M George Phillips, M·M Edward Bachand, M·M Michael Monaghan, Mrs. Ann Phillips, M·M David Rocha, M-M Robert Reddy, M·M Antonio Macedo, Gilbert lavoie, M-M Gerald Brewer, M·M Richard Hayes, M-M Robert Silva, M·M Louis Miller, James Machado, M·M Jose Deolim, M·M Robert F. Murphy, M-M John Welch, Mrs. Elsie Jones, Fred A. landolphi, M·M Dennis Carvalho. M·M William R. Pflug $100 M-M David Velie; $60 M-M Jean Jacques; $50 Mary McGralh; $30 M-M Anlenor DaSilva; $251n Memory of M. Olive Jackson, M-M Mark Sheehan, M-M Walter Cahoon, M-M Dennis lavolt, M·M Paul Pelletier DIGHTON 51. p.ler's Church $400 Monfort Fathers; $200 M-M Harold Mendoza; $100 Mrs. John Cassidy; $50 M·M David DeMello, $40 M-M Charles F. Mello; $30 Bruce Carey; $25 M·M Henry Bennett, M-M Norman Ross, M-M Geffrey Martel, M-M Joseph Corey, M·M John Marsden, M-M John Costa, M·M William McKeon, Sharon Araujo $400 Monfort Falhers; $50 M·M James Murphy; $40 M-M John Goulart; $25 M-M Russell levinson, M-M Emillamonlagne, M-M William Alger, Louis Mendoza SI. Joseph $1000 Henry Wareing; $200 M·M Joseph C. Murray; $100 M·M Raymond Monteiro, M·M . Jeffrey Reid, Mrs. Frances Gilchrist. Frank Costa; $60 M·M Paul Achtelik; $50 Mrs. Caroline BraZil, M·M Richard Engler, M·M John lane, Mrs. William Sherman, M·M Manuel Vargas; $40 M-M Brendan lynch; $30 leo Pivirotto, M-M Edwin Ready; $25 M-M Joseph Coelho, M-M Howard Horsman, M-M Kenneth leanves, M·M Daniel Mahoney, M·M Thomas Marsden, M-M Bruce Murphy, M-M Phillip Perra, M-M Carlos Silva, M-M Neil Sousa, levite Carrier, M·M Arthur Ennes, M-M Joseph Jackson, Susan McGuirk, M-M David Schnoop, Donald Vine $125 Nancy C. Martin; $100 Mrs. Arthur Bourgault; $50 M-M Robert Dulra; $40 M-M Henry Conaly, M-M Henry Conaly Jr., M-M Donald Cleary; $30 M-M Frederick Williams; $25 Josephine Ferreira, M-M Edward lebrecque, Mrs. Norman laFrance, M-M Luigi Portello, Mrs. Walter ScholZ, M-M Francis Torres

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$180 Robert Alves; $80 louise E. Legare; $75 Suzanne E. McNally; $50 M-M John Marshall, M-M Richard Comeau, Michael Tansey, M·M Robert D. Besselle, M-M Raymond E. Driscoll, M-M George McCarthy, M-M James Souza, M·M Ernesl Gaudel, M-M John Ross, M-M Roger Farren; $35 M-M Francis laushway; $30 Susan Armell, M·M Norman Lemere, M-M David M. Turinese, M-M George Casey $25 Joseph L. Traficanle, M-M Peter Dean, Slephen Braga, M-M James Sequeira, Barbara Bliss, M-M John Tobin, M-M George McMehan, M·M Michael Mahoney, M-M Albert l. Smith, M·M Robert Kenneally, M-M Slephen E. Sylvia, M·M Robert legaqiec, Mrs. Guy Eklind, Palricia Bessette, Mrs. John McNally, Mrs. John R. Przybla, M-M Albert 1. lamarre, Sr.. M-M Richard Carignan, M-M Fredrick Theberge, Anne Sevigny, David Mcintyre, Emma I. legare, M-M Ronald L. Heureaux TAUNTON 51. Joseph $586 Thaddeus A. Figlock, M.D.; $200 Joseph A. Medeiros; $150 M·M Joseph Sanlos; $100 Joan Frazier, Palricia fraZier, M-M Stephen Callahan; $75 Garvin Family; $50 M·M Lawrence Masterson, M·M James Medeiros, M·M Edward Aleixo, Anna Champney, M-M louis Chaves, M-M Jerome Evans, M-M Alfred Goulel, Mrs. Paul Maynard, Maribeth Dahill, M-M Robert Hartung, M-M Manuel Garcia, M·M Arthur Henrique, M-M Richard Travis; $40 M·M Alfred Martin, M·M Donald lewis, Jean Rose, M-M Sianley Pawlowski, Mrs. Elizabeth Correia, M-M Emile Veradt. Helen Dahill; $35 M·M Raymond-Taylor, M-M James McCaffrey, M-M John Sheehy; $30 M·M Daniel Chisholm, M·M Harold Rose, Jr., M·M Roger Kingsley, Jr., M·M Charles Geer; $25 Paul Frazier, M-M Thomas Donnelly, Michael Wojcik, Mrs. Theodore Wojcik, M-M William Kiernan, Mary Ann O'Connell, M-M Edward Hickey, Mrs. Joseph Vorkoski, M-M George Ryan, M-M Charles Benjamin, M-M Donald While, M·M Gilbert Simmons, M-M Donald Raible, M-M lawrence livermore, M·M Joseph Corcoran, Paul Blain, Eva Gomez, M-M Joseph Oliveira, M·M William McGann, M-M John Annunziato, M-M lawrence Sacnlon, M-M John Uva, Mary McGann, Mrs. leo McCann, M·M Robert SI. Onge, M-M James Dorsey, Alice Flynn. Mrs. Richard Handren, M·M Michael Welch Holy Rosary $150 M-M William Powers; $35 M·M Robert Dziekiewicz & Family; $30 Mrs. Bertha M. Bolster, Anne & Slacia Sienko, M-M Anlhony Snigier, M-M Clinlon N. Foss, M-M Gilbertlevesque & Family, M-M Daniel O'Brien & Family; $25 M-M Henry Bzdula, Jennie Gorczyca, Mrs. Bridget O'Hearne, M·M Sianley 1. Tokarz, M-M Frank Ulak, M-M Theodore 1. Wojcik, James Balanos, Charles Cardoza & Adam, Helen Oykas, Pauline Gula, M·M John Holland & family, Julia Kula, Adolph and John Linek, Mrs. Anila Maciejowski, M-M Peter Rogers, M-M John B. Scoll, M·M Walter Siefanik & Family, M-M George R_ Straub & Family, M-M Frank Tabak, M-M Ralph Wilbur & Family, Mrs. Viola Zebrowski Immaculale Conception $100 M·M Donald larivee, M·M Henry Wojtkunski, M·M Frederick Beacignski; $50 Kalhryn & David lowrie, M-M James Wall, M·M Brian Wojlkunski; $30 M-M William Chausse; $25 M-M Alfred Phillipe, laureta Srojny, M-M Cosmo Magazu, Elizabelh leahy, M·M John Haggerty, M-M Arthur forand, M-M Harold Dennen, M-M Harvey Bigelow, M-M Thomas Blaine, Todd Boiros, M·M Charles Collon, Kennelh & Judith Jones, Mary B. Power, M-M Leonard Reissfelder, Margaret Tinkham, M·M William lecuyer, M-M T., Rogers Thayer 51. Anthony $100 M-M John Silvia, Nunes Family, SI. Anthony's Prayer Group; $70 M-M Anlone Chaves; $65 M·M Andrew Marshall, Jr.; $40 Mrs. Hilda Wyatt; $30'M-M John Coelho; $25 M-M Jesse

linhares, James Perreira Sacred Heart $100 Elizabelh Brady, M-M Gerald Doiron, Mary Kennedy, Rose O'Donnell; $50 M-M Robert Pellelier, Margarel McCarthy, M-M Albert Berard, Francis Boudreau, Helen Brady, M-M S.A. Brezinski, M·M Robert Dennen, Sarah Nichols, M-M Clifton Pierce, 'M-M Arthur Travers; $35 M·M Oscar Maynard, M·M Arthur Crosby, Tony Barbour, M-M Robert Dewey, Rila O'Donnell; $30 M·M Gerard Pigeon, Mrs. Edna lincoln, Mrs. Francis Soilos, James Kevican, Richard Briody; $25 Mrs. Rosemary Allison, Debra Souza, M·M Robert Ferreira, Michael A. Fenlon, M·M leonel Ventura, M·M William Gallagher, James L. Rusconi, MJ. Flanagan, Jr., M·M Foresl Paige, Edward Smilh, M·M Raymond Thebault, M·M Francis O'Neill, Eileen McCarthy, Mary Cronan, M-M Andrew Mulhern, Mrs. Chester Dewhursl, Mrs. Louis Cook, Helena C. Matteson, M-M Robert lane, John Nichols, Bruce and Terry Gaspar, M-M Robert Malone, M-M R.W. Johnson, Coy Folcik, M-M Ronald Gonsalves, M-M John Briody, Mrs. James McKenna, Mrs. Joseph Dennen, Mrs. leo Brady, Mrs. P. Leo Brady, M-M Thomas Perry, M·M Edward Callahan, Mary Dooley, M·M Edward Sweeney, M·M Joseph Martin, M-M Elzear Pouliot. Joseph laNinfa, James Dinneen Family, M-M Arthur McDermott, Bruno Aleigi 51. Paul $200 SI. Vincenl de Paul Society; $100 M·M Michael larkin, M-M John Dubena; $50 M-M Paul Downing. Vivian Coulo, Paul & Rosalda lemieux, M·M francis Almeida, M·M Jerome Gedritis, Alan Thadeu; $45 M·M Lawrence Jones; $40 M-M Edward Castle; $30 M·M George Rose, M·M Manuel Martin, M-M Douglas Knopt, $25 Kathleen Carroll, Mrs. Gerald Caron, Mrs. W. Baxler·Green, M·M Philip Roberts, M·M James F. Doherty, M·M Richard Almeida, Mary Nalho, M-M Donald R. Beauvais, M·M Richard Neville, M·M Peter Higgins, M·M Elwood Shepard, M·M Michael Phillippino, M·M Robert E. Desche.tau, M·M Edmond Thadeu, M-M Roderick McDonah, M·M John Fontes, Mrs. Clarence Bushee, M-M George Walker, Mrs. Joseph Demers, M·M James McGovern, M·M William 1. Morin Our lady of lourdes $100 Our Lady of Lourdes Holy GhoslSociety; $50 Afriend; $40 AFriend; $25 Our Lady of lourdes Holy Name Society, M-M Robert 1. Bento, M·M Thomas J. Souza, M-M Carllon Barney, M·M Arthur Andrade, M-M Paul Carter, M-M John Oias, M·M Joseph E_ Ferreira, AFriend St.llary $1000 In Memory of Rev. Msgr. James Dolan; $700 Rev. Thomas l. Rila; $300 The Spanish Colnmunity al SI. Mary's; $200 Mrs. Fred George; $110 Edward Duffy, Palriot Oil Co., M-M Robert J. .Sullivan; $75 William Smilh; $50 Joseph Bird, M·M William Clifford, Peter Corr, M·M Robert Funke, Alice McKenna, Rulh McKenna, FranciS Mulholland, James Muholland, John Mulholland, Cecelia Sheerin; $40 M-M Daniel Sullian; $35 Charles Fitzsimmons, M·M John Keating; $30 Mary Bird, Mrs. Hazel Chandler, Mrs. Ralph Reckard $25 George Aguiar, Mary Balanos, M·M Raymond Boffelli, M·M Joseph Buher, M-M Edward Corr, M·M James Downing, M·M John Fernandes, Mrs. Norman Gordon, M-M M-M Alvin Gosson, M·M James Kelliher, Mary lynch, Joseph Mador, M·M John McAloon, Francis McCarthy, Mrs. Thomas McDermott, M·M Edward McGaughran Sr., M·M William McGlynn, Mary Mulholland, M·M Henry Murray, Mrs. Edward O'Keefe, SI. Mary's Prayer Group

MEMBERS OF five parishes in the Flint section of Fall River joined the Notre Dame parish Council of Catholic Women last Monday night for a living rosary of which the focal point was a new 5-foot Canadian oak statue of Mary. Presented to the parish by Roland and Jeannette Masse and Mrs. Dolores Masse, the statue, carved by Jacques Bourgault of S1. Jean de Port Joli, Quebec, was blessed during the rosary ceremony by Rev. Ernest E. Blais, Notre Dame pastor, assisted by Rev. Marc P. Tremblay, parochial vicar, and Very Rev. Robert Blais, OP. Some 300 persons participated in the ceremony. Other parishes tepresented were Immaculate Conception, St. Anthony ofthe Desert, Espirito Santo, Holy Rosary and St. Anthony of Padua. The statue, in Notre Dame's sanctuary for the ceremony, will be permanently installed in a devotional area of the church.


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