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Bishop announces ,fournew assignments: .' FALL RIVER - Four priests serving in the Diocese of Fall River have received new assign-, ments from Bishop George W.¡ Coleman, it was announced today. All of the appointments are effective June 29. They are: Father David C. Frederici, parochial vicar at Our Lady of Victory Parish in Centerville, will become chaplain at Cape Cod Hospital, with residence at Our Lady of Victory Parish. Father Dariusz Kalinowski, parochial vicar at St. Mary's Parish in Mansfield, will become parochial vicar at Our Lady of Victory Parish, Centerville. Father Hugh J. McCullough, parochial vicar at St. Pius X Parish, South Yarmouth, will be the new parochial vicar at St. Francis Xavier Parish in Hyannis. Father John M. Murray, chaplain at Cape Cod Hospital, will leave that post and become the parochial vicar at St. Pius X Parish in South Yarmouth

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ESPIRITO SANTO SCHOOL Second-Graders Kate Carreiro, Angelica Ferreira, Caitlyn Borges, and Skye Cuvallier prepare to march in a religious procession at Espirito Santo Church, Fall River, recently. The girls had made their first Communion a few weeks prior.

FALL RIVER - As the last full week of the Catholic Charities Appeal was drawing to a close Appeal headquarters announced that it had surpassed the $3.5 million dollar mark and hopefully was on its way to eclipsing last year's total of $3,947,000. The Appeal formally closes its books at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21. As this edition of The Anchor went to press the phones were ringing off the hook at Appeal headquarters with parishes calling in their most recent totals, and advising them as to what they would be doing in the final few days to guarantee their parish exceeded its previous year's total. "What has become a 'benchmark' over the past few years is the level of effort that parishes have shown right up until the very last few minutes of the Appeal", said Mike Donly, director of Development for the diocese. Turn to page 11 - Appeal

Global stage being readiedfor push on debt reliefandAfrica aid

MEMBERS OF the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women delivered many non-perishable food items to the St. John of God Soup Kitchen in Somerset and personal items' to the Hope House of Fall River following their recent convention. All those attending donated items. From left: Madeleine Lavoie, convention co-chair; Lynette Ouellette, former president; and Claudette Armstrong, convention chairman.

WASHINGTON (CNS) - Getting the world's wealthy nations to pony up billions of dollars to cancel debt and to finance relief and development, particularly in Africa, fs shaping up as a theme for the' global stage this summer. And that "stage" is the artistic sort, as well as the political kind. In Washington, London and Brussels in early June, presidents, prime ministers and pop stars outlined their approaches to eliminating global poverty. At the_White Hous~ reGently, British Prime Minister Tony BlaIr said he hoped to have an agreement with the United States on a plan to eliminate poor countries' debt in time to present it at the July conference of the Group of Eight industrialized nations. Blair in July will become chairman of the G-8, made up of the leaders of the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, Italy, Canada and Russia, Blair's Commission for Africa, a panel convened to determine how to defeat poverty in Africa, has recommended that wealthy nations cancel the debt ofthe poorest countries in Africa and double economic aid to the continent.

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ternational community to increase emergency humanitarian aid for Africa and announced the United States would contribute an additional $674 million. Blair said the United States and Britain share "a real and common desire to help that troubled continent come out of the poverty and deprivation that so many millions of its people suffer. In a situation where literally thousands of children die from preventable diseases every day, it's our duty to act, and we wilL" The Catholic Campaign Against Global Poverty, a joint project of Catholic Relief Services and the U.S. Conference ofCatholic Bishops, also is encouraging people to push to cancel the debts poor countries owe to the World Bank and other financial institutions, which requires the agreement of the Group of Seven, the G-8 countries minus Russia. Elsewhere, the world's music fans are the target audience for five concerts to be held July 2, when headliners will perform as part of a campaign to raise awareness about global poverty and put "political Turn to page 13 - Relief


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Obituary Sister Emma Boivin SSJ HOLYOKE - Sister Emma Boivin, 99, a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph for 78 years and formerly known as Sister Gabrielle, died June 6 at the Mont Marie Health Care Center here. She was the sister of Father Louis R. Boivin ofFall River, a retired priest of the Diocese of Fall River, and sister of Holy Union Sister Pauline L. Boivin, both of Fall River. Born in Taunton, a daughter of the late Euclid and the late Mathilda (Madore) Boivin, she grew up in St. Jacques Parish from which she entered the Sisters ofSt.

Joseph of Fall River. She became a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield when the two congregations merged in 1974. She attended St. Mary's School in Taunton and graduated from St. Mary's High School there and from Sacred Hearts College in Fall River. Sister Boivin serVed at Blessed Sacrament, St. Matthew, St. Jean Baptiste and St. Roch schools in Fall River; St. Joseph and St. SAINT ANNE'S HOSPITAL recently named this year's Multicultural Health Committee Theresa schools in New Bedford; served as sacristan at the Fall River scholarships. From left, Dominican Sister Vimala Vadakumpadan, chairperson, Saint Anne's Provincial House for 10 years; and Hospital board of trustees; Nellie Furtado, patient care director, Saint Anne's Hospital, and retired in 1987. In 1992 she be- member of the Saint Anne's Hospital Multicultural Health Committee; MHC scholarship wincame a resident of the Mount ners Kelly Almeida, of Fall River; Veronica Ventura, accepting for her sister Jessica Ventura, Marie Retirement Community, and of Tiverton, R.I.; Saint Anne's President Michael Metzler; MHC scholarship winners Martha since 1998 has resided at its Health Pimental, Ashley Rogers, and Ashley Farias, all of Fall River; Mary Cochrane, SAH director Care Center. of social work services and chairperson, MHC; MHC scholarship awardees Lisa De Mello Besides her religious Sister and and Amanda Riddle, of Tiverton, R.I.; Natalia Konarski, MHC member; and Monica Estremerapriest brother, she also leaves two St. Joseph Manor of Fall River, who was awarded the Maria E. Cabrales scholarship for nursing. Davila, others sisters, Mrs. Maria Donnelly and Mrs. Rita Bedard, both ofTaunCatholic-sponsor('d ton; nieces and nephews; and her nursing hom(' Sisters in Community. She was also the sister ofthe late Alma Pelletier, Privat(' I~('sid('nt Rooms Ida Boivin, Joseph and Euclid Daily Communion & Chapd Boivin, and Holy Union Sisters FALL RIVER - Eight local gram to encourage area bilingual nity involvement and financial Ad~11t Day Prngram Anna Imelda and Lucille Therese. students have been named win- or bicultural students to pursue need. Post-Hospital R('hah, Can' Her funeral Mass was celners of this year's Multicultural educations in health care. Since [n addition to the multicultural Rcspit(' Car(' ebrated in theMont Marie Chapel. Health Committee and Maria E. that time, the program has awards, the program for the secInterment wa~ in Mont Marie Cabrales Nursing Scholarships at awarded nearly $50,000 to stu- ond year has made Maria E. 508-583-5834 Cemetery. Saint Anne's Hospital. dents who are enrolled in a health Cabrales Nursing Scholarship 215 Thatcher St., Brockton The Sampson Family Chapels Comprising a cross-section of career-related education and Awards. Established in memory in Springfield was in charge ofarwww.SJMBrockton.org ~ the area:s cul~ural communities demonstrate leadership, bilingual ofa SaintAnne's registered J1,urse rangements. . and agencies, th-e Multicultural and/or bicultural skills, commuTurn to page J3 - Winners Health Committee was created in PRACTICE THE DEVOTION OF THE FIRST SATURDAYS, 1985 to assist the hospital in reAS REQUESTED BY OUR LADY OF FATIMA ducing barriers to the multicultural community and imOn December 10, 1925, Our Lady appeared to Sister Lucia proving its access to health edu(seer of Fatima) and spoke these words: "Announce in my name that I promise to assist at the hour ofdeath with the graces cation. In 1987, the committee necessary for the salvation oftheir souls, all those who on the first launched the scholarship proSaturday of five consecutive months shall: 1. Go to confession; 2. Receive Holy Communion; 3. Recite the June 20 Rosary (5 decades); and 4. Keep me companyfor 15 minutes while Daily Readings 1931, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James Coyle, P.R., LL.D., Pastor, St. Mary, meditating on the 15 mysteries ofthe Rosary, with the intention of Taunton making reparation to me. " June 20 Gn 12: 1-9; Ps

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Notes From the Hill This briefsynopsis ofpolitical goings on in Boston and Washington is provided by the MassacI",setts Catholic Conference (MCC), the public policy voice of the Catholic Church in this state and governed by the bishops in each ofthe dioceses in the Commonwealth. New effort on marriage underway BOSTON - A recently formed ballot question committee, VoteOnMarriage.org, has launched a new campaign to pass a constitutional amendment in Massachusetts giving voters a clean vote on defining marriage as the union between one man and one woman. Supporters ofthis new amendment hope to defeat another amendment authored by Senate President Robert Travaglini that would impose a constitutional mandate to create same-sex civil unions equal to marriage. The new amendment reads: "When recognizing marriages entered after the adoption of this amendment by the people, the Commonwealth and its political subdivisions shall define marriage as only the union of one man and one woman."

The Roman Catholic Bishops of the four dioceses in Massachusetts back this new amendment to the state constitution. Supporters have to collect at least 66,000 signatures this fall to bring it before the state legislature next year. At least 51 out of the total of200 state legislators have to approve it in two different constitutional conventions. If that is accomplished, then the amendment goes to the voters in 2008. The legislature approved the Travaglini amendment once already last year; and is expected to take it up again later this year. Since it was introduced by legislators, and not through an initiative petition, it would need 101 legislators' votes to be placed on the 2006 ballot. The new amendment introduced by VoteOnMarriage.org would require state officials to issue future marriage licenses only to couples consisting of one man and one woman. It would prohibit judges or town clerks from redefining marriage again and prevent the legislature from creating samesex marriage by statute. . The new amendment would do nothing beyond fixing the legal definition of future marriages. It

Comcast blocks CSS ad on sex abstinence WELLESLEY - Ruling that be run on Nikelodeon, Cartoon a Catholic Social Services-spon- Network or Family Channel. The concern was that the ~d sored television advertisement urging teen-agers to abstain from . might be seen by children in the sex was inappropriate for younger six-to-nine-year-old range, on stachildren, Comcast Cable Commu- tions geared to younger viewers. nications didn't allow the spot to The 30-second spot ACTION ad was initiaIly slated to run on air on some channels. In an E-mail to Arlene cable stations in seven communi. McNamee, director of Catholic ties in southeastern MassachuSocial Services in the Fall River setts. .However, Comcast ruled that diocese, Ben Handel, local sales manager, Providence DMA the ACTION ad would be allowed Comcast spotlight, said that after to appear on MTV, the Sci-Fi a review, a senior counsel ruled the Channel, FX, Comedy Central "Abstinence Challenging Teens In and E! Entertainment Channel, '. Our Neighborhood" ad could not and has already appeared.

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would not affect any previously recognized marriage or alter any existing rights. Any marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples before the amendment is approved by the voters in 2008 would continue to be legal. The amendment would be prospective, not retroactive. . Npr would the new amendment prohibit the state from recognizing civil unions or domestic partnerships. The complex task of fashioning benefits and determining which persons should receive them would remain with the legislature. ·Some questions for Catholics may arise. By not abolishing existing same.-sex marriages or not b~nning same-sex civil unions, does the new amendment fail to go far enough, making support for this approach morally problematic? This question requires a careful assessment of the political arid

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legal realities. Legislators advised marriage's defenders. marriage defenders that any Besides, under the new amendamendment affecting current ment efforts to defeat morally obsame-sex marriages would be j'ectionable legislation dealing with "dead on arrival" in the State civil unions, etc., could still be unHouse. Avoiding this political ob- dertaken. The new amendment has stacie by crafting an amendment nothing to say, either way, about that leaves the existing relation- any status outside of marriage. We are allowed to hone in on ships alone still does not recognize these relationships or endorse the doable, even if that results in a them. Their legal status was man- "tolerance" for what realistically dated by four runaway justices on cannot be undone. Thus, we can our state Supreme Court, through . and should support the new no fault and despite the efforts of Turn to page 13 - Notes

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Viewing true needs Recent newspaper reports indicate that the Pentagon has a real monetary problem on its hands. ,The center of the difficulty is to be found in the development of new weaponry. Currently the Pentagon has more than 80 new weapons systems in progress. At this stage, their combined overrun is $300 billion over cost estimates. It is thought that the total bill would be well over $1.5 trillion. The problem is ever SADEE, A YOUNG LABRADOR escalating, ~d there is no real financial accountability in sight. Much of this is due to the fact that the development of new weaponry is . PUPPY IN TRAINING AS A often cloaked in strict secrecy. Of course, the nation being in a quesLEADER DOG FOR THE BLIND, tionable war clouds the problem within the cloak of national security. RESTS DURING THE HOMILY AT An example of these exaggerated and somewhat irresponsible ALL SAINTS PARISH IN financings is to be found in the development of a new Navy deHAMMOND, IND. SADEE'S stroyer. Currently, it is going to cost $20 billioQ for as few as five HOST FAMILY TAKES THE DOG ships. The Air Force is planning to acquire 180 new jets at $330 million each. In these procurements there also exist some very quesTO STORES, RESTAURANTS tionable deals. Recently, the Pentagon inspector general released a AND CHURCHES TO PREPARE IT report that seven Air Force officials violated acquisition guidelines FOR ITS FUTURE COMPANIONwhen they approved a $23 billion deal with the Boeing Company. In SHIP WITH A BLIND PERSON. all of this it should be noted that trillions ofdollars are proposed for (eNS PHOTO BY KAREN weapons expansion while there are very dubious accounting pracCALLAWAY, NORTHWEST tices to justify such expenses. We have set our hand to the plow of vast monetary outlays'for military purposes clouded in shady deals. INDIANA CATHOLIC) With this in mind, the recent meeting of British Prime Minister Tony Blair and President George W. Bush, which centered on a major "A RIGHTEOUS MAN HAS outreach to the truly struggling ,people of Africa, was an American REGARD FOR THE LIFE OF embarrassment. The prime ministe'r is to host the July G8 Summit in Scotland. At the same time, Blair will assume the rotating presiHIS ANIMAL" (PROVERBS dency of the European Union. At the Summit he wants the leaders 12:10). of wealthy, nations to increase their aid, care and c9ncern for the desperate needs of Africa. Sad to say, President Bush simply rebuffed this idea from Blair. This indeed is more than unfortunate.' First and foremost, we have plenty ot' questionable funds to experiment in military fantasies. Our fortunes of war are straining the American budget. In such circumstances, the Bush refusal to increase aid to the least of the world's families comes at a time when we need to boost our national image as a people who really want to help those who are in dire need. Now, some critics will state that the United States already does more than its share in alleviating poverty and disease throughout the Pope Benedict has picked up the concrete material and Benedict noted that a culture world. In face, it has been stated by economists that this country right where his predecessor left supernatural support in order to built upon "anarchic freedom" spends under a quarter of one percent. Those who feel that we are off. with regard to marriage, family confront the many threats the great benefactor of the world are relying on a great economic against it. Pope John Paul II spent most and sexuality is waging war against the traditional culture of But the Church and the myth. Could it be suggested that our current fiscal policies seem to ,of his priesthood, and all of his world, he added, desperately the family, based on freedom be supporting big defense corporations, with little consideration for pontificate, trying to strengthen need truly Christian families.. directed toward the true gift of human beings in extreme need? The Bush response to the Blair pro- the Christian family. Through "Christian families are a self in love. It is a clash between posal has a separating effect, widening the gap ofinternational cred- letters and encyclicals; diplodecisive resource for education those who think freedom is ibility. We need all the friends we can get to help us complete the matic interventions, participation in international conferin the faith, for the building up achieved by giving free rein to war in Iraq. Self-centeredness will not help create a positive Ameri- ences, the founding of the libido and those who can outlook among the natioQs of the world. The United States can- the John Paul II Institute - - - think that freedom not lose a friend like Blair, who really went out on a limb when he for the Study of Marcomes through harnesssupported the so-called Iraqi solution. riage and Family, and ing it. It is, in short, a In all of this, let us remember that rich nations have a moral re- countless homilies, battle between moral sponsibility to those who are unable to ensure the means of their speeches and individual anarchy and J'!loral order. We see the cultural development by themselves, or have been prevented from doing so meetings, he labored By Father Roger expressions of moral by tragic historical events. The efforts ofpoor countries working for indefatigably to defend J. Landry chaos, Benedict said, in growth and liberation must be supported, even ifthis means reform- the truth and rights of the family against "the various modern ing international economic and financial institutions. It is an obligaconstant and various forms of the dissolution tion in justice and charity. assaults. of the Church as a communion, of marriage, free unions and The Executive Editor For the last two years of his as a missionary presence in the __ 'trial marriages,' and the life, he gave particular attention most diverse situations of life; pseudo-matrimony of persons of to an intensive program to and as Christian leaven through- the same sex." strengthen family life in the out culture and social strucCatholic families in the Diocese of Rome. Last week, at tures." Commonwealth are, in many the end of that two-year process, The family, in other words, ways, on the front lines of this his successor addressed the has an irreplaceable role within cultural combat, especially since OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE DIOCESE OF FALL RIVER 'thousands of delegates at the , the Church as a school of faith our Supreme Judicial Court Published weekly by the Catholic Press of the Diocese of Fall River Diocese of Rome's Family and communion of love, but it redefined matrimony to mean P.O'. BOX 7 887 Highland Avenue Convention. also is the fundamental launchwhatever the SJC thinks it Fall River, MA 02720 Fall River, MA 02722-0007 Pope Benedict noted that the ing pad for the proclamation of means at any given moment. FAX 508-675-7048 Telephone 508-675-7151 family is "subjected to many the Gospel - as salt, light and How can gOod Catholics E-mail: TheAnchor@Anchornews.org difficulties and threats and yeast - outside the Church. families not only withstand but Send address changes to P.O, Box, call or use E-mail address therefore has a particular need These truths are as relevant respond to the onslaught? to be evangelized and concretely for the Diocese of Fall River as Benedict gives us the answer, EXECUTIVE EDITOR supported." they are for the Diocese of just as he gave Christian Rev. Msgr. John F. Moore Families need the Church, he Rome, for families here are families in Rome, The first step, EDITOR NEWS EDITOR OFFICE MANAGER said, because families need the facing even greater threats than is to receive through the Church David B. Jolivet James N. Dunbar Mary Chase truth of the Gospel as well as those in the Italian capital. Turn to page J2 - Families

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Every day is Father's Day I've been a dad for nearly 26 with being a 25-year-old on his years now, and it just recently own. I'm very proud of him. dawned on me that we don't The second member is a 23need a Father's Day. For most year-old daughter, who also has dads, every day is Father's Day. spread her wings, with the By that I DON'T mean that . difference being, she flies back it's an easy job, and every home at night. Like her older minute of it is enjoyable and fun. On the contrary, the task is often painful, frustrating, worrisome, exasperating, and for many of us, it seems at times to greatly reduce our life expectancy. By Dave Jolivet But the rewards far outweigh the consequences, and as the little sib, she too works and devotes monsters grow up (and out), we much of her off time to the dads seem to be able to recoup a theater, as a member of an few of those lost years. acting company she and several My brood consists of a pair of high school chums formed. And, sons and a pair of daughters. My like her older sib, I am most oldest is a 25-year-old (OUCH) proud of her. son who has spread his wings Next in line is a 10-year-old and left the nest, or flew the daughter who can make me laugh coop, depending on whose any time and anywhere (we really perspective one believes. He shouldn't sit next to each other at works hard and has little, if any, Mass!). She's an excellent student free time, mostly because he and well-liked by teachers and devotes so much time and effort fellow dassmates, and yes, dad is to things he loves; acting and proud of her too. directing in theaters across the The youngest pup is a little area. He's happy despite the boy who would have been eight occasional turbulence that comes years old, had he not lost a

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hard-fought battle for life a few days after he was born. I know he's in heaven now, and I KNOW he's in cahoots with his sibs down here. There are times when the three of them can drive me crazy and beyond, and they couldn't be that bad without some help. But I also know the little guy has had a hand in us buying a town house, having good jobs, good health, and I'm completely convinced that he's part of the success of the Patriots and Rl;ld Sox! That's my boy! Also add to the mix a twoyear-old Border Collie/Australian Cattle Dog. She's deathly afraid of the vacuum cleaner much like her human sibs! I can't even imagine what life would have been like without the four kids and one dog. Over the last quarter century, there have been plenty of sleepless nights, illnesses, injuries, and punishments. But

there have been far more hugs, laughs, vacations, plays, recitals and ball games. I love being a dad. There's no need for Father's Day. Every day is Father's Day. On the other hand, moms

deserve a Mother's Day. Why? Because not only do they have the kids to handle, they also have dads like me to keep in line. And that's no easy task.

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New Bedford Serra Club ends 47-year run WESTPORT - The New 15 seminarians per year, although Bedford Serra Club ended its 47- .the number dipped to 11 this year. year existence with a final meet- He asked the members for contining at White's Restaurant here re- ued support through prayer and cently. The club disbanded because possibly speaking to potential can. oflow attendance and health issues didates one-on-one. Recognized as charter members with a number of its members. The club invited Bishop George of the club since its inception 47 W. Coleman to be the speaker at years ago were Gilbert Costa, Maurice Downey, Seraphim Salthe final event. Bishop Coleman expressed his vador, and Virginio C. Macedo. The Serra Club is an internathank~ and appreciation to the members for their nearly five de- tional organization whose objeccades of service to God and the tive is to foster vocations to the Diocese of Fall River by praying priesthood and to develop an apFall River • W. Bridgewater • Somerset preciation ofthis.ministry, by enfor and promoting vocations. Plymouth • Dartmouth • Hingham The bishop pointed out that the couraging its members to fulfill Diocese ofFall River has averaged their Ch~§ti~U ~5>9 ~~i ?,n,~'? §~TYbc,e, v; I!.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~

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MASHPEE - "From Broadway to GalWay," an evening of. music as a tribute to Frank Patterson starring Ciaran Sheehan, Gay Willis and Eily O'Grady Patterson will be held June 25 at 7:30 p.m. at Mashpee High School. It is sponsored by Christ the King Parish. For . ARCHBISHOP STANISLAW Dziwisz helps Pope John Paul II climb into his popemobile more information call 508-477at the end of a welcoming ceremony at Krakow Balice International Airport in this 2002 file 7700. photo. Archbishop Dziwisz, who served as Pope John Paul's secretary for almost 40 years, ATTLEBORO - Hours are available for volunteers at the St. NEW BEDFORD - The has been named archbishop of Krakow, Poland. (eNS photo from Reuters) Joseph Church perpetual eucha- Courage Group will sponsor a ristic adoration. This air-condi- holy hour in the chapel at Our tioned chapel is located at 208 Lady of Guadalupe Parish'at St. South Main Street. Our Lady James Churc.h June 26 from 7-8 Queen of Peace Medjugorje p.m. Courage is a group for Prayer Group meets Mondays at those dealing with same-sex at. VATICAN CITY (CNS) .spiritual testament. sistant pastor and continued study7 p.m. For more information call traction but striving to lead Pope Benedict XVI has named In the document published after ing liturgy, earning a license in thechaste .lives. During the holy' Archbishop Stanislaw Dziwisz, the pope's death, he thanked "Fa- ology in 1967. In 1981, three years 508-226-1115. hour they will pray before the Pope John Paul II's perSonal secre- ther Stanislaw" for his long and after moving to Rome as ,the new ATTLEBORO - The Na- Eucharist. For more information tary for almost 40 years, to be the understanding "collaboration and pope's, secretary, he received his tional Shrine of Our Lady of La. call Father Richard Wilson at new archbishop ofKrakow, Poland. assistance." doctorate from the Krakow theolSalette will present a healing 508-992-9408. The 66-year-old Polish Ordaining him a bishop in 1998, ogy faculty after submitting a docservice in Portuguese Sunday at archbishop's entire priestly life was Pope John Paul told him, "From the toral dissertation on "The Cult of 2 p.m. Singer musician John NEW BEDFORD - The tied to Pope John Paul. Archbishop beginning of my Petrine ministry, St. Stanislaw, Bishop ofKrakow, up Polce will present his monthly Daughter's ofIsabelia will meet Karol Wojtyla of Krakow - who you have been at my side as my Until the Council ofTrent." Bethany Nights Program June June 21 at 7 p.m. at Holy Name later became Pope John Paul faithful secretary, sharing with me While serving as the Krakow 24 at 7:30 p.m. This evening of of the Sacred Heart of Jesus ordained him tb the priesthood in difficulties and joys, hopes and archbishop's secretary, he also taught liturgy at the Krakow song, prayer and healing will be Church. For more information '1963 and asked him to become his fears." private secretary in 1966. In addition to serving as the catechetical institute and edited the held in the church. For more in- call 508-990-7595. Archbishop Dziwisz was at his pope's personal secretary, he also archdiocesan bulletin. formation call 508-222-5410. side for the next 39 years, skiing held the title of assistant prefect of According to his Vatican biogNEW BEDFORD - A Bible him, celebrating Mass with with the papal household. At the Vatican raphy, his doctoral dissertation was EAST FREETOWN study on St. Luke, sponsored by him, moving to the Vatican with him and during papal trips abroad, he as a book in Italy in 1984, published "Summer, Shakespeare and the Adult Education Office, will and keeping vigil at his side in his ofwho usually was the final arbiter and he also has written an account Original Sin: A Reading and be held June 29, July 6, 13,20 got personal access to the pope and of the 1981 attempt to assassinate Study of Othello," will be held and 27; and August 3 from 7- final illness and death. The Vatican's announcement of who did not. . Pope John Paul. The book, "I June 22 and 29; July 6, 13, 20· 8:30 p.m. at St. James Parish. To the appointment of Archbishop The pope named him an arch- Touched This Mystery," has been and 27; and August 3 from 7-9 register call Lisa Gulino at 508Dziwisz and the retirement ofCar- bishop in 2003. published only in Polish. . p.m. at Cathedral Camp. This 678-2828. dinal Franciszek Macharski of Born April 27, 1939, in Raba In addition to serving as Pope. book discussion forum will be Krakow, 78, was made June 3. Wyzna near Krakow, he entered the John Paul's personal assistant, he led by Deacons Maurice POCASSET - The 12th anThe new archbishop of Krakow seminary in 1957 and was ordained was the chief editor of.the pope's· Ouellette and David Pepin. It is nual Mass of the Anointing of. was the only person still alive men- six years later. Polish-language writings published sponsored by the Diocesan the Sick will be celebrated June tioned by name in Pope John Paul's In 1963-65, he served as an as- by the Vatican, the biography said. Adult Education Office. 26 at 2 p.m. at St. John the Evangelist Church, 841 Shore EAST FREETOWN - An Road. For more information open house will be· held Sunday call Betty Kazmier at 508-563from 1-4 p.m. at Cathedral Camp, 9020. WASHINGTON (CNS)- Four Guinea, Guyana and Sierra Leone, fers and organized crime threate~s Route 18, for parents of children· Middle East countries were among which were on the offender list in the security ofentire communities," age four to 13. Each summer the WAREHAM - Experiencing of 14 that could face U.S. the 2004 report, were removed this Rice said. a group diocese offers four, two-week ses- God, a retreat day at St Patrick's sanctions for not doing enough to year after showiqg signs of Rice said the United States prosions ofcamp. For more informa- Church, will be held from 8:30 progress. . stop human trafficking, the U.S. vides $96·million in foreign aid to tion call 508-763-8874. a.m. to 3 p.m. June 25. It will in- . Rice said that up to 800,000 help countries.combat human trafState Department said. elude guest speakers, music and . Eight countries were new to the people are victims of international ficking. She said this year's report FALL RIVER - The Catho- lunch. For more information call list: Bolivia, Cambodia, Jamaica, trafficking every year, with millions will h~lp raise awareness on the lic television program "Good 508-295-0780 or Email: Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Togo more trafficked internally. "brutal crime ofhuman trafficking" News For Life," sponsored by . StPatricksRE@yahoo.com. "Victims of trafficking, most of and increase international resolve and the United Arab Emirates. Six the Communications Departcountries previously cited remained ' them women and children, are to end the practice. ment of the diocese, will present WEST HARWICH - Our on the list: Myanmar, Ecuador, forced, defrauded or coerced into . Countries cited in the report part four of the Christian's Ask Lady of Perpetual Adoration Cuba,NorthKorea,SudanandVen- inhumane conditions. They are could face a variety of penalties, series "Why Dedicate this Spe- Chapel at Holy Trinity Parish ezuela. made to toil on farms and in work including the denial of cial Year to the Eucharist?" June seeks volunteers to spend an "Trafficking in human beings is camps, in brothels and in sweat- nonhumanitarian aid. The State 18 at 9:30 p.m. on the Portu- hour or two with the Lord. Hours. n()thing less than a modem form of shops. Children are even forced to Department said a decision on sancguese channel. in need of coverage are: Sunday slavery," said U.S. Secretary of become soldiers," she said. tions would be made after a period 9 p.m.; Monday 2 a.m., 3 a.m. State Condoleezza Rice in releas"Whatever cruel form of servi- of helping countries fight traffick. FALL RIVER - The pro- and 3 p.m.; Tuesday 2 a.m. and ing the department's annual "Traf- tude they may take, trafficking vic- ing. tims live in fear and misery. And gram "Adoption by Choice," 3 a.m.; Thursday 9 a.m.; Friday ficking in Persons Report." John R. Miller, Rice's senior ad. Thisyear'sreportcoversthepe- wherever the trafficki,ng trade flour- viser on human trafficking, said the . will be presented June 22 from 2 p.m. and 10 p.m.; Saturday 3 7-9 p.m. at the Catholic Social p.m. For more information call nod from March 2004 to Ma~ch ishes, the rule of law erodes, cor- problem exists in every country, in, Services office; 1600 Bay'Street •. 508~430-4716. . . - .•..,." •. .2005. Bangladesh; .Equatorlal ruption thrives, public health suf- eluding the United States.

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Appeal

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"When you see parishes that exceeded their previous year's total two and three weeks ago working up until the very end, not to make their parish look good but simply to solicit all the money and support they can for the Appeal itself, it is the utmost sign of charity and selflessness. You could have all 96 parishes exceed their goals, but if that was all they were concerned about the Appeal would remain basically stagnant from year to year and would never be able to keep up with the increasing demands being put upon it by those in need across southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod, and the Islands. It is because 'they look beyond themselves and their parish' that they continue to strive right up until the very end to make certain the agencies funded by the Appeal have the resources nec-

essary to be as effective as possible ministering to the thousands in need who look to the Diocese of Fall River for assistance," continued Donly. Contributions to the Appeal can be made either through a one-time donation or through a pledge, which is payable monthly, quarterly or semi-annually. For those wishing to use a credit card for their donation or pledge MasterCard, Visa, and American Express are accepted. Donations to the Appeal can be sent to the Catholic Charities Appeal Office, P.O. Box 1470, Fall River, Mass. 02722; dropped off at any parish in the diocese; or can be made on the Appeal Website: catholiccharitiesfaUriverdioc.org. For information, visit the Website or contact the Appeal office 'at 508-675-1311.

Top five parishes in each deanery as of 06/10/05: Attleboro: Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Seekonk St. Mary, Mansfield St. John the Evangelist, Attleboro St. Mark, Attleboro Falls St. Mary, Seekonk

$ 137,036.00 74,947.50 61,565.00 46,430.00 37,035.00

Cape Cod: St. Pius Tenth, South Yarmouth Our Lady of Victory, Centerville Holy Trinity, West Harwich Corpus Christi, Ea'st Sandwich Christ the King, Mashpee

$ 177,024.51 99,646.00 91,710.38 88,275.00 81,309.00

Fall River: St. Thomas More, Somerset St. John the Baptist, Westport Santo Christo, Fall River St. Michael, Swansea Holy Name, Fall River New Bedford: St. Julie Billiart, North Dartmouth Our Lady of Mount Carml;l, New Bedford St. John Neumann, East Freetown St. Patrick, Wareham St. Mary, South Dartmouth

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40,685.00 38,105.00 34,923.00 31,390.00 31,357.00 65,497.00 60,049.00 55,065.00 47,352.00 " 46,847.00

Taunton: St. Ann, Raynham St. Anthony, Taunton St. Paul, Taunton Holy Family, East Taunton Annunciation of the Lord, Taunton

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71,007.50 41,560.00 33,420.00 30,336.00 28,711.00

PARISHES Assonet St. Bernard: $300-Doug & Cyndy Michaud, D. Patricia Powell; $150-Maurice & Maureen Beaudoin; $IOO-St Vincent de Paul Society, Dave & Donna Levesque, Walter & Elizabeth Winarski. Attleboro Holy Ghost: $IOO-George Audette, Semphim R. Sousa. St. John the Evangelist: $500M/M Edward Bayly; $250-M/M Robert DiGiantommaso, M/M Paul Roque, M/M Donald Smyth; $225M/M Mark S. Cuddy; $200-M/M Dan lson; $150-M/M Richard Benoit, M/M Gary Trudo; $1 OO-M/M Ronald M. Churchill, M/M Robert Donahue, Julie Hammond, William E. Hannan, M/M Edward Harrington. M/M

Giuseppe Lepore, MIM Kevin F. Manning, MIM Michael O'Keefe. St. Theresa of the Child Jesus: $500-Troy St. Onge; $300-M/M Michael Sands; $200-M/M Vincent DeQuattro; $175-M/M Rodolphe Bergeron; $150-M/M Richard Bisbee; $100-M/M Gerald Brillon, M/M Timothy Champagne, M/M James Garlick, M/M Louis Hermans, Linda Hood, M/M Vincent Keane, Mrs. Albina Lemoine. Brewster Our Lady of the Cape: $240Henry & Marilyn Bowen; $100-M/ M James Gmvel, Kay Coleman. Buzzards Bay St. Margaret: $3,500-Marie & James Feeney; $500-Mary & Albert Laurino; $150-Mary Fuller; $125-

Edith 8i Gordon Oliosi; $1 OO-David Snyder, Anthony Dimambro, Frances & Joseph Zlogar, Yolanda & John Gmy; Elizabeth Sughrue, Elizabeth & Robert Stefan, Walter Eno, Linda & Manuel Subda, Cape Cod Nursing & Rehab. Centerville Our Lady of Victory: $500-M/ M Michael Mulgrew, Ms. Patricia Cahill; $150-Charles Wry; $100-M/ M Cornelius O'Sullivan, M/M Emmett Glynn, Mrs. Jean McNamara, Chatham Holy Redeemer: $500-Association of the Sacred Hearts, Ptricia McKone Fuller, Cliff Whitcomb; $250-John Bush, John R. Perry; $200-M/M Cornelius DeBonte, Jr.; $125-M/M James Drew; $100-James 1. Augstell, M/M William 1. Dunn, Jr., Mrs. EmestJordan, KathleenA. Juan, M/M William Putnam, M/M John Borzilleri, Kathleen Eldridge, M/M William E. Manley, M/M Gemld E. McDowell, M/M George H. Mitchell, Arthur Ridsdale, M/M George P. Skipper, M/M Henry Welch. Dighton St. Peter: $150-Helen Ready; $IOO-Emile & Pauline Lamontagne. East Falmouth St. Anthony: $200-M/M Richard Podgorski; $150-M/M John A. Reine; $1 OO-M/M Joseph Rebelo, M/ M Ralph Chasse. East Freetown St. John Neumann: $400Lizotte's Machine & Welding; $300John & Theresa Rita; $200-M/M David Brown; $125-M/M Eric Johnson; $1 OO-M/M Michael Kelley, M/M Steven Westgate, M/M John Laronda, Jr., M/M Armand Houde, Jr., M/M Douglas Desjardins, M/M Alvin Magnett. East Sandwich Corpus Christi: $1,OOO-ln Memory of Beatrice Gleason; $300M/M Paul H. O'Brien; $250-M/M Richard Jack, M1M Walter Lesiak; $200-M/M James M. Koloski, Thomas Donahue, Henry Lynch, M/M James Connolly, M/M Richard E. Tavares; $180-M/M Cornelius J. Keohane; $ 150-Nancy O'Leary, M/ M Joseph A. Kudera, Amy Rautiola, M/M John Switzer; $125-M/M John P. Barrem; $IOO-M/M Daniel Botti, M/M Joseph F. Keenan, M/M Mario Delvecchio, M/M William Moran, M/ M Robert E. Farrell, Darlene Parsons, M/M Roger C. Mazerolle, M/M Thomas E. Fair, M/M Edward 1. Walsh, Dr/M Richard R. Brodeur, Dr/M George C. Willenborg, Janice Goodwin, Mary Williams, M/M James Synk, M/M Jeffrey D. Yougquist, M/M Joseph V. Venezia, M/M Jeffrey Wright, M/M Victor M. Devine, M/M John B. Sullivan, C. Gayle Mitchell, M/M John P. Rogovich, M/M Thomas Truax, M/ M Ronald A. Downing, M/M John Schulte, M/M Richard E. Nycz, Lena Aleksandrowicz, M/M John F. McHugh, Ellen Sweeney, M/M John Howard, M/M Paul Schneider, Anonymous, M/M Frederick A. Twomey, Gloria E. Pomelli, M/M Frederick Bressette, M/M Robert G." James, Catherine Breen. East Taunton Holy Family: $250-Mrs. Catherine Melville; $200-M/M Wilfred Courcy, M/M Mario Bettencourt; $125-Anne Bettencourt; $IOO-M/M Yvon L. Girouard, M/M Jeffrey S. Wade, M/M Arthur Roderick, M/M John Wilson, M/M Joseph Mozzone, Renee

Ladumntaye. Fairhaven St. Joseph: $400-M/M Wayne Edwards, Robert Paine; $200-M/M Antonio Tadeu; $100-M/M Richard Cormier, M/M Donald LeBlanc, Ms. Alice Mayer, M/M Antone Fmtes, MI M Thomas Joseph. Fall River St. Mary Cathedral: $100Gertrude Mullen, Theresa Ryan. Holy Rosary: $125-M/M RaYmond Cousineau; $100-Dr. M. James Bronson, Ms. Mary Cuzzone, Mrs. Heather Levesque, M/M Paul Miniacci, M/M Alan Levesque. Holy Trinity: $900-S1. Vincent de Paul Society; $500-M/M Robert E. Allcock III; $135-M/M Lionel Dupont; $1OO-M/M Ronald Hipolito, M/M Jeffrey Melo. Notre Dame: $150-M/M Paul Berube; $1OO-M/MArmand Dallaire. St. Joseph: $100-Mrs. Shryle Borges,M/M Kevin Branco. St. Michael: $300-S1. Vincent de Paul Society; $200-S1. Michael Credit Union; $100-InHonorofSt. Michael, M/M Caesar Sousa, Anonymous, In Memory of Mario & Ana Freitas, A Friend, M/M Frederick Curt.

88. Peter and Paul: $IOO-M/M Alfredo Sousa. " Santo Christo: $120-ln Memory of M/M Dominic P. Cam am, M/M Mario Botelho, Antonio & Maria Pacheco; $100-ln Memory of the Canario & Moniz Families, In Memory of Antonio M. Tavares e avos, M/M James Medeiros, Joseph & Christine Darocha, M/M Manuel Silva, M/M John M. Brum, Jr., Jose & Maria Faria, Joao & Maria Machado, Silverio & LidiaAlmeida, Hermano & Margarida Botelho, Antero & Eduarda Costa, M/M Manuel Matos, M/M Jose Medeiros, M/M Louis Medeiros, Maria Pereira. Falmouth St. Patrick: $500-M/M David Miller; $32'5-M/M Peter Carr; $300John Norton; $200-M/M Edmund 1. O'Connor, M/M W. Leo Stanford; $100-M/M Paul Gilmartin, M/M James R. Sawyer, James H. Smith. Mansfield St. Mary: $1,200-In Memory of William & Anna Palanza; $500-M/ Continued on page J2

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Summer, Shakespeare, and Original Sin: A Reading and Study of Othello Wednesdays: June 22, 29; July 6, 13,20,27; August 3, 2005 7 - 9 P.M. at CATHEDRAL CAMP VILLA -- FIREPLACE ROOM -I

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amendllent. [fsuch tolerance is pennissible, then why not support the Travaglini amendment? It would also define marriage as only the union between one man and one woman. While the Travaglini amendment expressly recognizes same-sex civil unions, could Catholics still vote for it at the ballot box by saying they only "tolerate" the objectionable language? Here the analysis must take into account the actual function of the Travaglini amendment. Currently, same-sex civil unions are not recognized in Massachusetts. The Travaglini amendment would create this new legal status and then

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require it to be treated exactly the sam\,? as marriage. Its adoption would block any efforts to restrict civil unions in the legislature. Thus, a vote for this amendment at the ballot box would go beyond tolerance. It would cause an objectionable wrong - the new legal status ofcivil unions for same-sex couples - to come into being. The new amendment must be preferred over'the Travaglini amendment. Signature collection will take. place between September 21 and November 23 this year. More information will be provided when necessary. The VoteOnMarriage.org Website is functioning and already seeking volunteers willing to sign

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heat" on the G-8 leaders. The concerts, known as Live 8, wil1 be broadcast worldwide. Irish rock musician and producer Bob Geldofannounced the free concerts would be held as a fol1ow-up to the Live Aid concerts he organized in 1985 to raise $100 million for Attican poverty relief. Twenty years later "it strikes me as being moral1y repulsive and intel1ectual1y absurd that people die of want in a world of surplus," Geldof said at a recent press conference in London. The concerts in Philadelphia, Paris, Rome, Berlin and London wil1 be free, Geldof said, because "we don't want people's money. We want them." The concerts will include some ofthe world's best-known performers: Paul McCartney; U2 and Coldplay; Stevie Wonder; Crosby, Stills and Nash; Andrea Bocelli; Snoop Dogg and Tim McGraw; and others.

Geldof's feilow Irishman, U2 lead singer Bono, has long worked the halls of the U.S. Congress and the national legislatures of Europe and Canada on debt relief and related issues. In an address in Brussels, Bono challenged leaders ofthe European Union to forget national politics and take advantage of the momentum building in support of debt reliefand development aid. "People are dying for the most stupid reasons," he said. "These are. avoidable catastrophes." Geldofsaid one theme ofLive 8 will be to encourage people to go to Edinburgh, Scotland, for a massive ral1y July 6 as the G-8 leaders gather there July 6-8. Pope Benedict XVI was invited to participate in the Live 8 gathering in Edinburgh. However, a June 9 statement from the Vatican said the pope's first foreign trip would be in August to World Youth Day in Cologne, Germany.

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up. This will be a crucial effort who died in October 2003, the Pimental of Fall River, Bristol needing the support ofmany. Please scholarships honor Cabrales' Community College, nursing; get involved and stay tuned! longtime dedication to address- Amanda Riddle of Tiverton, R.I., Catholics in the Common- ing the health care needs of a di- daughter ofBrenda Helger ofSaint wealth interested in signing up as verse community through her Anne's Hospital's Food & Nutrimembers ofMCC-Net, the legis- work as a registered nurse, pa- tion department and 2005 gradulative alert network for Catholics tient advocate and outreach ate and valedictorian at Tiverton in Massachusetts may do so worker. Among her efforts was High School, University ofRhode online at www.macathconf.org, or 'the launch of the state-funded Island School ofPharmacy; Ashley Women's Health Network (for- Rogers of Fall River, Massachuby calling the toll-free phone sign. merly known as the Breast and setts College of Phannacy; and up number of 1-866-367-0558. Cervical Cancer Initiative) at Jessica Ventura of Tiverton, R.I., Massachusetts Catholic Con- Saint Anne's, which provides UMass-Dartmouth School of ference, West End Place, 5150 free breast and cervical services Nursing. Staniford Street, Boston, MA to women who are uninsured or The winner of this year's 02114-2511; Telephone 617-367- underinsured. Since its inception $1,000 Maria E. Cabrales 6060; FAX 617-367-2767; E- in 1994, the program has served Scholarship for nursing stumail: staff@macathconf.org; and more than 5,500 qualified dents is Monica Davila, RN, of Fall River, who is a memWebsite: www.macathconf.org. women. This year's $500 Multicultural ber of the Saint Anne's HosHealth Committee Scholarship pital North 1 post-surgical winners are: Kelly Almeida ofFall unit staff. River, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth School of Nurs"The G-8 leaders have it within ing; Lisa DeMello, RN, of. their power to alter history," said Tiverton, R.I., a member of the HEATING, INC. Geldof's statement on the SAH Professional Practice, ReSales and Service www.live8live.com Website. "They search & Development staff, for Domestic and Industrial will only have the will ~o do so if UMass-Dartmouth, MSN proOil Burners tens of thousands of people show gram; Ashley Farias of Fall River, 508-995-1631 them that enough is enough." St. Joseph School of Nursing, 2283 ACUSHNET AVENUE The goals of Live 8 are to have North Providence, R.I.; Martha NEW BEDFORD wealthy nations double their aid to Attica, cancel all debts and "deliver trade justice." St. Anne's Prayer Besides asking them to go to "Good St. Anne, Mother of Mary, and Edinburgh, Live 8 organizers want people to send in photos of themGrandmother of Jesus, Intercede for me and my selves for a planned two-mile-long petitions. Amen." display along the city's Princes Street, and to wear white plastic bracelets to indicate support for the In honor of Sister Lucia dos Santos, project. The bracelets are available through anti-poverty campaigns beseer of Fatima, who died ing promoted in at least seven naFebruary 13, 2005, age 97. tions by actors and other popular figLucia pray for us. ures. The One Campaign asks the United States to allocate an additional one percent ofthe federal budget to support basic human needs in poor countries, It is co-sponsored by more than two dozen charitable organizations including Bread for the World, OxfamAmerica, Sojourners, the United Methodist and Episcopal SHIPPER NEEDED for fast paced commercial bakery in churches. Those speaking on behalf F?l1I River. Looking for reliable worker for midnight shift. ofthe campaign include actors Brad You will be loading/unloading trucks, filling orders. No Pitt, George Clooney, Jamie Foxx experience necessary, but accuracy and speed are critical. and Penelope Cruz, as wel1 as ChrisThis is a full time position with opportunity tian pop singer Michael W. Smith for advancement. and the Rev. Pat Robertson. ·Must be at least 18 yrs of age. Oblate Father Andrew Small, We offer $17.52/hr after training period, benefits, monetary policy adviser for the holidays, vacation, $1.00 shift diff, and more. USCCB, said on the one hand it is GOLD MEDAL BAKERY admirable that the star-studded antiApply in person poverty efforts emphasizejustice and 21 Penn Street, Fall River, MA development, notjust raising money. However, it should not replace the sort of "caring for our brothers . and sisters" that goes on every day through the Church, he said. "It should supplement, not substitute for the type of work being • Prompt 24 Hour S~rvice • Automatic Deliveries done from the parish level on up," • Call In Deliveries • Budget Terms Available • Free Estimates he said. More information about debt You Never Had Service relief campaigns is available at Until You Tried Charlie's these Websites: Live 8 concerts, We're located at ... live8Iive.com; Catholic Cam46 Oak Grove Ave., Fall River paign Against Global Poverty, usccb.org/sdwp/globalpoverty/; or call ... One Campaign, one.org; and 508-675-7426 • 508-674-0709 Make Poverty History, makepovertyhistol)'.ca.

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IRISH MUSICIAN and producer Bob Geldof speaks at a news conference held to release a Commission for Africa report in London recently. Geldof announced he is giving two free concerts as a follow-up to the Live Aid concerts he organized in 1985 to raise $40 million for Africa poverty relief. (CNS photo from Reuters)


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FOURTH:GRADERS from St. Mary's School, Mansfield, celebrate their First Place finish in the annual Scholastic "Kid's Are Authors!" contest. Their book "Haiku Hike," was chosen from among thousands of nationwide entries and will be published this fall and available at Scholastic Book Fairs. .

THESE EIGHTH-GRADERS from St. Anthony School, New Bedford, recently made their confirmation after months of instruction. They received the sacramentfrom Msgr. Stephen J. Avila. At left, below, secondgraders participate in a May crowning of Mary.

ALEXANDRA KELLEY of St. John the Evangelist School crowns Mary with help from her Second-Grade friend Caitlin Barkan last month at the Attleboro school. The two became friends through the school's Buddy Program, a mentoring program which pairs eighthgraders up with younger students.

FALL RIVER - The 2005 leges, according to Fradkin. "They are the hope of the fuaward winners in the American Dream Challenge Essay COI).test ture world," said Fradkin when received an added bonus recently asked why he works so hard for 'when they had the opportunity students to attend college. to meet Bishop George W. Cole- "These children are wonderman and read him 'excerpts from ful. " The bishop upon hearing extheir winning essays. Each of the students ad- cerpts from the award-winning dressed the topic "What Makes . essays. praised the student's ef. a Good Student," and earned a , forts saying "I hope other stuscholarship that they will be able dents will listen to your advice to apply when they are ready for about what makes a good stucollege thanks to the Dollars for dent. These are excellent essays Scholars Program, founded by from excellent students arid it's Dr. Irving Fradkin. Since start- wonderful to meet with you toing the initiative nearly 45 years day." The.bishop presented each ago, Fradkin and the Scholarship student with a rosary at the close America Program have awarded of the visit. The winners from Holy Trinmore than one billion dollars in scholarships. to deserving stu- ity Scho.ol: Tiffany Chan, Grade dents. Four; Emily Cheung, Grade Six; Fourth-grade winners re- Jordan Tavares, Grade Eight. ceive a certificate good for a From St. Stanislaus School: $100 scholarship. Sixth-graders Danny Paiva, Grade Four; Hollie get $150, _eighth-graders $200 Tavares, Grade Six and Melissa .and 10th-graders earn $250. If Cordeiro, Grade Eight. From a student has won each of the Notre Dame School: Emilie Jofour years they are eligible they livet, Grade Four. From SS. Peearn a $1,000 scholarship and ter and Paul School: Sara in many cases the money stu- Ferreira, "Grade Six and Andrew dents win is matched by col- Rego, Grade Eight.

AMERICAN DREAM essay contest winners representing Fall River Catholic schools, share' a moment with Bishop George W. Coleman. From left front are: . . Tiffany Chan, Emily Cheung, and Jordan Tavares from Holy Trinity School; Sara Ferreira and Andrew Rego of SS. Peter and Paul School. Second row from left: Danny Paiva, Hollie Tavares, and Melissa Cordeiro of St. Stanislaus School. Back from left: School Superintendent George A. Milot; Bishop Coleman and Dr. Irving Fradkin, founder of the Dollars for Scholars program. Winner Emilie Jolivet of Notre Dame School.is not pictured. (Anchor/Gordon photo)


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Pope Benedict says traditional family must be defended, helped

CHILDREN FROM St. Edward Parish in Lowell, Ind., pray in front of the Eucharist during a children's holy hour at their church recently. St. Edward started a children's prayer hour to coincide with monthly First Friday Benediction. With an adult leader, children gather around the altar, where they pray, sing and discuss their faith. (CNS photo by Karen Callaway, Northwest Indiana Catholic)

VATICAN CITY (CNS) our humanity," Pope Benedict said. Pope Benedict XVI turned his at"Human sexuality is not sometention to the family in early June, thing that exists alongside our beencouraging Church members to ing a person, but belongs to it," he help couples in crisis and reaffirm- said. ing Church teaching that marriage When a man and a woman say between a man and a woman is the ''yes'' to each other, they are pledgonly legitimate basis for family life. ing their entire being to one another: Because human beings were cre- body and soul, he said. Saying ''yes'' ated in the image of God, and be- implies using one's freedom to cause God is love, "the vocation to make a choice and a commitment, love is that which makes the per- he said. "The greatest expression offreeson an authentic image ofGod: One becomes similar to God to the de- dom is not the search for pleasure gree that one becomes one who without ever making a true decision; rather, it is the ability to make a deloves," the pope said. The pope's speech to the Dio- cision about a definitive gift in cese of Rome's annual convention which freedom, freely given, finds at the Basilica of St. John Lateran its fullest expression," he said. "The various modem forms of was the most extensive of his three interventions on the family in three the dissolution of marriage - like free unions, 'trial marriages' and the days. Pope Benedict told the diocesan pseudomarriage between persons of convention that contrary to what the same sex - are expressions of many people think today marriage an anarchic freedom," he said. What many people today think is not a "casual sociological construction," but a reflection of the of as freedom is a way of acting truth about the human person, the based on the idea that each person meaning oflife and the relationship should do whatever he or she wants, ofhuman beings with the God who whenever he or she wants, paying created them out of love and for no attention towhat it means to have been created male and female and love. A lifelong pledge offidelity be- called to love completely and retween a man and a woman and the sponsibly, the pope said. Just as understanding the full openness to having children also are a reflection of the identity of the meaning of human sexuality rehuman person as an "indissoluble" quires an acknowledgment of the human vocation to love, so the true unity of body and spirit. "Man is a soul which expresses meaning of parenthood can be itself in the body and a body that is grasped only when seen in the light given life by an immortal spirit," he of love, Pope Benedict said. The pope said it is "contrary to said. "The body ofman and ofwoman human love, to the profound vocahas, then, a theological character tion of man and of woman, to systhat is not simply corporeal, and that tematically close their union to the which is biological in the human gift oflife and, even worse, to supperson is not simply biological, but press or tamper with the life about is an expression and fulfillment of to be born."

Pope Benedict said the Church's obligation to help build strong families must not stop with defending marriage, preparing engaged couples and helping married couples in crisis. The fundamental role ofparents to educate their children in the faith, in morality and in good citizenship also is under attack today, he said. "A particularly insidious obstacle to education today," he said, "is the massive presence in our society and culture ofthat relativism, which recognizes nothing as definitive, leaving as the ultimate standard only the individual and his or her desires." The pope said that without guidance a person's individuality and desires end up "being a prison," rather than freedom. Meeting at the Vatican with pilgrims from the Diocese of Verona, Italy, Pope Benedict said it was right that concern for the family was at the center oftheir diocese's recently concluded synod. "In your diocese, as is the case elsewhere, the number of divorces and irregular unions has increased, and this is an urgent call to Christians to proclaim and witness to the Gospel oflife and of the family in its entirety," the pope said. Pope Benedict said that, despite the problems all couples face and the "social and cultural conditioning" that currently seems to encourage couples to split, "Christian spouses have not stopped being a sign of the faithful love ofGod." Also, Pope Benedict confirmed the convocation of the Fifth World Meeting of Families in July 2006 in Valencia, Spain. Pope John Paul II had convoked the gathering. o

Do first the thing you don't want to do By KASE JOHNSTUN CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE "Do the thing you don't want to do first," I have heard a million times. I tend to agonize over something I don't want to do until I get to the point that I won't do it. It is amazing how many other little things you can distract yourself with while avoiding something important. Rearranging my music selection from alphabetical to the order of the lead singer's birthday is not a priority, but it happens when I don't feel like being responsible enough to dive head first into household chores or homework. Truth is, the agony and the

stress of putting off my responsibilities really create agony and stress about putting things off, and that agony and stress really stress me out, so I continue to agonize. Just starting the thing you don't want to do - household chores, exercising, homework, visiting grandma, taking your little sister to the park or even getting up out of bed to go to school - will move you along the road toward alleviating the agony and stress that procrastination brings. Trust me: When college rolls around, procrastination becomes easier and easier. So nip it in the bud now or you will spend every night between 12 and 4 a.m. finishing homework

for your early morning class. I have a friend, Kristen, who all the way through high school didn't get started on her homework until 10 at night. -I)<~

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like me who will miss their "window" if they don't get started on their responsibili-, ties by six or seven in the evening. What do I mean by "window"? The space shuttle always needs its window to enter the atmosphere. If the pilots miss the window, they have to orbit until another window opens up, and if they try to enter without the window the ship may burn up around them. I can never begin work late. Otherwise I will have to orbit again. My window is in the early evening. Just like as my new puppy is learning, if I sit I stay, so I have to jump into whatever I have put off or it

won't happen until tomorrow, raising my stress and agony level higher and higher until the next evening when it peaks. "Do the thing you don't want to do first" I have heard a million times, and I admit, like you, I am trying this every day. It's not easy, but I find that when I have tackled that miserable chore I no longer am annoyed by my own stress and agony. There is nothing more to stress and agonize about until tomorrow. And then tomorrow, "Do the thing you don't want to do first," and you may avoid missing the window and burning up in the responsibility atmosphere. ':.. ;:: :', :".


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Pope says Church must take Gospel into public sphere VATICAN CITY (CNS) - The Church must take the Gospel message into the public sphere in order to "attain the common good" and bring about "a civilization oflove," Pope Benedict XVI said in a letter to Spanish bishops. "The true nature and mission" of the Church involves "promoting the common good for all people," and, as such, "spreading the faith and religious practice cannot be confined to the purely private sphere," he said in a written message released by the Vatican. Christ came not "to judge the world," but that the world would be saved by him, the pope said in the letter, read to thousands of pilgrims at the start of a pilgrimage to the sanctuary of Our Lady of Pilar in

Zaragoza. Fifty-one Spanish bishops and the apostolic nuncio to Spain, Archbishop Manuel Monteiro de Castro, were to take part in the pilgrimage as part of the Year of the Eucharist and Spain's.Year ofImmaculate Mary. . . The May pilgrimage was part of the yearlong celebration marking the }5Oth anniversary of the dogma of the Imma~ulate Conception and the 50th anniversary ofthe consecration

ofSpain to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The pope said in his written message that Mary and Joseph still represent the ideal model for all families. "In the house ofNazareth, Jesus reached maturity within a family ... that continues to be a model for all families," he said. Born into a family that displays "an understanding climate and reciprocal support," a child develops the ability "to undertake without uncertainty the way of the good, without becoming disoriented by trends or ideologies that alienate the human person," the pope said. Spain's lower house of Parliament approved a gay marriage bill April 21. The bill, which also clears the path for gay couples to adopt children, was to go to the Senate. The first gay marriages could be held in Spain as early as this July. In his letter to Spanish bishops, Pope Benedict asked for Mary's intercession in protecting human life from conception "to its natural end" and protecting those who are victims of social injustices. He also asked that religipus freedom be respected, as well "the freedom of conscience ofeveryone."

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A GIANT SPIDER appears to be headed toward Notre Dame Cathedral in Ottawa recently. In reality it is Maman, a bronze sculpture permanently erected outside the National Gallery of Canada, opposite the cathedral. (CNS photo by Art Babych)

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HOLY CROSS Brother Jerome Matthews, left, and Holy Cross Fathers Richard Hockman, Paul Duff, and Rudolph Carchidi recently celebrated significant anniversaries with the Congregation of Holy Cross. .

Two local Holy Cross religious celebrate 50 years of priesthood SOUTH EASTON - On May 28, members ofthe Congregation of Holy Cross along with a large gathering of family and friends, gathered at Holy Cross Church here to celebr~te the 50th anniversary of priesthood of Holy Cross Fathers Paul Duff and Rudolph Carchidi. Both priests are wellknown members of the Holy Cross community at Stonehill College. A native of New York and a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross, Father Duffserved as chaplain, rector, dean, and athletic director at Stonehill over a 14year tenure. He was also the director of campus ministry at Marymount College in New York for eight years.

Father Carchidi, who was born in Newark, N.J. and raised in Leominster, holds degrees from the University ofNotre Dame and Harvard University. He has been teaching mathematics at Stonehill for 15 years, and was the 1997 recipient of the Louise F. Hegarty Award for excellence in teaching. Joining Father Duff and Carchidi at Saturday's jubilee were Brother Jerome Matthews, C.S.c., of Wilkes-Barre, Penn., who celebrated 50 years of religious profession; and Father Richard Hockman, a Cambridge native, who celebrated his 25th anniversary of ordination. Although not present, the jubilee also celebrated the 60th priesthood anniversary of Holy

Cross Father Augustine J. Peverada and the 50th anniversary of ordination of Holy Cross Father James Manis. As a group, the sevenjubiliarians represent a total of 185 years of service to the Church and Holy Cross. The Congregation of Holy Cross is a religious community with more'than },700 priests and brothers serving in 15 countries throughout the world. The community has served the needs ofthe Catholic Church in southeastern Massachusetts since 1934. In the Diocese ofFall River the Congregation of Holy Cross sponsors Stonehill College, Holy Cross Retreat House, Holy Cross Family ministries, and Holy Cross Parish in South Easton. .

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Sisters of St. Joseph with local .ties celebrate anniversaries HOLYOKE, Mass .. - Several Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield who lived or worked in the Fall River diocese celebrated the anniversary of their entering religious life during a private service June 14 at Mont Marie: 75 th Anniversary Sister Germaine Gendron (Sister 'Marie Helene) was born in Westport and entered from Blessed Sacrament Parish, Fall River. Sister taught in schools of . the Fall River diocese for several years. She also served as sacristan in missions of the Congregation. She retired to the Foyer St. Joseph in Fall River before moving.to Mont Marie. . Sister Elizabeth of the Trinity Marcotte (Aurore Marcotte) was born in New Bedford and entered from St. Joseph Parish,

New Bedford. She taught in schools of the Fall River diocese for 41 years. She retired to the Foyer St. Joseph, Fall River where she served as part-time nurse's aide. She is presently lives at Mont Marie. 60th Anniversary Sister Therese Ouellette (Pauline Ouellette), a native of Fall River entered from St. Jean Baptiste Parish there. She served in schools of the Diocese of Fall River for 36 years as teacher, librarian and reading specialist. Sister also was engaged in early childhood education. Currently she resides in Fall River where she performs nursing home visitation. Sister Rita Pelletier (Sister Mary of the Sacred Heart) was born in New Bedford and entered from St. Joseph Parish, New

Bedford. She t~ught and was principal in schools of the Dio"" cese of Fall River for 30 years. and also served as associate director for religious education.路 She most recently was a pastoral minister. She resides in New Bedford. Sister Dorothy' Santarpia . (Sister Marie Francois), anative of Fall River entered from St.. Elizabeth Parish there. She served as teacher and principal in schools of the Diocese Of Fall River for 24 years and for two' years at St. Joseph High School in Conway, Ark. She was a guid? ance counselor at Cathedral High School in Springfield and a counselor for the Springfield diocesan Catholic Charities. She resides at Our Lady of Hope Convent in Springfield and volunteers at Mont Marie Health Care Center.


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