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New Board Lay Majority (NC) -- Fordham has announced the of its leadership are and an enlargement of of trustees that will give a majority. the reorganization, which effective Jan. 21, Leo McLaughlin, S. J., of Fordham for the past will become chancel- newly created post. His ties will be to support to meet the finan- Father Michael P. S. j., who resigned earlier as president of Boston after 10 years in office, . Fordham's newpresi- Lay ar_ h . ock.[.. a. Kaiser, president of ater Ipzaamsburg h Savings tanK 1 Co. klyn and a Fordham alum- Sisi 111 become chairman of the ' I of trustees. Kaiser will of 15 laymen who will be to the present nine-man luration Day lyers Solicited (NC) -- The 1969 Committee has called nation's citizenry to join prayer observance Day, Jan. 20. by the interfaith observance unit of the the committee asked that stablished days of worship preceding Inaugura- 'ay, Americans across the ._J hold in places of worship , (:llSlh- . . "@rlate services of prayers orm e ,, new President and his I' thanksgiving to of [ ty God for His mercy and mm=ngs on America and O f te- rtian "of our people to the pO Y!d f responsible freedom, ha- ! lgnity and the brotherhood d me..,, THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 3, 1969 PAGE 13 i Pope Paul to Consecrate Two Americans in St. Peter's Washington (NC) -- Pope Paul VI has named Msgr. Bernard J. McLanghlin to be titular bishop of Mottola and auxiliary to Bishop James A. McNulty of Buffalo. Msgr. McLaughlin has been ser- ving as vicar general of the dio- cese of Buffalo and pastor of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Kenmore, N. Y. The Pope himself will conse- crate Msgr. McLaughlin in St. Peter's basilica at the Vatican on Jan. 6. The Holy Father will consecrate several other newly named archbishops and bishops at the same time. The appointment was announced here by Archbishop Luigi Rai- mondi, Apostolic Delegate in the United States. Bishop-elect McLaughlin was St. Louis (NC) -- In a change of plans, Father Andrew B. Schier- hoff, St. Louis missionary to Bo- livia, will be consecrated to serve as an auxiliary bishop of La Paz by Pope Paul Vl in St. Peter's basilica, Rome, on Jan. 6. The consecration of Father Schierhoff and Father Adhemar Esquivel, a Bolivian, also named an auxiliary bishop of La Paz, originally has been slated for Jan. 13 in the La Paz cathedral. They and Father Abel Costas, a Bolivian, will be consecrated in St. Peter's on Jan. 6. Father Cestas hasbeen named auxiliary bishop of Cocha- bamba. Msgr. David A. Ratermann, local mission director, said the Pope has invited the Bolivians, and probably other recent epis- copal appointees, to Rome for a twofold purpose: to demon- strate the universality of the Church and also as a mark of special interest in the missions, "especially the have-not nations of the developing 'third world,' " Msgr. Ratermann said. He added he did not know what other coun- tries would be represented at the Jan. 6 ceremonies. Planning to attend the Rome COmmittee also asked that ;)"Uguration Dayitself, prayers consecration are Auxiliary Bis- ttion d '-. ....... hop George J. Gottwald, repre- --'-a "=- oe rung, cnlmes cl;uYed and lights be kindled senting the St. Louis arch- nctw 1 ses of worship across the diocese, and Mrs. Thekla Schier- ag to tar a period of three min- hoff, the missionary's mother, tt one time; that is, 1! AIM., and Msgr. Ratermann. r.Pl!lt Commemorate with Joy- leawrverence this peaceful trans- inlytauthority, and to proclaim Brazil Releases mtinthe World our faith in God; Pa! ur Spiritual rededication. Two U.S. Priests t I PoIL__ Wasington (NC) -- Two U. S. been t_ . missionary priests arrested in ntsrn Threatens Brazil's military crackdown on African Nation government opponents were re- leased in time for Christmas fare- a Isabel, Guinea (NC) -- wells to their parishioners in Re- the new nation, the only one in clfe, the State Department con- its' 6 With an overwhelming ma- firmed here. CC of Catholics, is threatened The priests, Fathers Darrell ;athol ng Pagan influences, ac- Rupiper of Sioux City, Iowa, and Peter Grams of St. Louis, mem- d pri g to Bishop Nze Abuy of Rio hers of the Oblates of Mary Im- L r er,e a :ngcoJ'f_ was granted indepen- maculate, were arrested Dec. 15 Eden',L: m Spain Oct. 12. in Recife, on a reported charge f chamreat comes from tribal of "serious subversive acti- L diod:s ' Particularly polygamy, cities." They were among hun- .mmiShP Said. His fears are dreds arrested following the i Y many white missionaries assumption of extraordinary pow- i be  Pain and some native ers by President Artur cla Costa etirSt'h e Silva. rnd/ e 275,000 inhabitants of The state Department said plans r"I',_228,000arebaptizedCath, called for the priests' return of--zt acre are now over 8,300 to the U. S. through Miami. Lecticprepared for Baptism. i t ^^  Church in Guinea has 23 I USO. , Priests, 50 Sp00sh I Never Destroy .. i,[ s arid 116 nuns, two thirds I-ele*tli' are Guineans. I A Copy Of expe! . i Vh. 6.=rdi= . ' Wonder... -= What ever h ened to tile 'ti- apP pp , on that no effort is too iE :protect one innocentAm- I Pass It On THE ".u.ze. I born in Buffalo, Nov. 19, 1912, the son of Michael and Mary (Curran) McLaughlin, both of whom are deceased. He made studies at the Buffalo diocesan preparatory seminary and at the Propaganda College in Rome. He was ordained in Rome, in the archbasilica of St. John Lateran, on Dec. 21, 1935. 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