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ON FRIDAY, July 2nd, I assembled at the Little Rock Airport with the pilgrims for our journey in faith for the year 1982. This year we are 32 in number. We lifted off at midday and flew from Little Rock to Atlanta and changed planes for a flight to Kennedy Airport in New York. At 9:00 in the evening, we board Air Lingus, Irish International Airlines Flight 106 for an overnight flight to the land of saints and scholars. We will spend several days in Ireland and then fly to Paris. In Paris, we will visit the Notre Dame Cathedral, the International Shrine of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Chapel at the Motherhouse for the Daughters of Charity where the Blessed Mother appeared and gave the Miraculous Medal to St. Catherine Laboure. Then, we will go to the most prayerful place in the world, Lourdes, France. Here, many years ago, the Blessed Mother appeared to the simple humble child, Bernadette who is now a declared saint. On that solemn occasion, as we witness the sick who have come from all parts of the world seeking comfort and strength, we will lift everyone of you up to God Our Father and ask His richest blessings through Jesus and Mary for you and all the members of 0000IAMOND LIQUORS ningl. dattlie Exit - Highway 67 North your families. Then, we will visit the heart of christianity, the Eternal City of Rome. 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As we kneel for the Antonio, Texas. blessing of Our Holy Father The Pope has also ap- John Paul II, we will take his pointed Auxiliary Bishop John blessing and his good wishes F. Kinnejc, 45, of St. Paul- back to you in our diocese. On Minneapolis, to succeed the 16th of July, we hope to Bishop Hacker. return safely to Little Rock. Bishop Soenneker is to serve as apostolic ad- I REALIZE how special it is ministrator of the Owensboro to have the opportunity to Diocese until a successor is make these pilgrimages to named. Europe and to these great Archbishop Pio Laghi, shrines of prayer and apostolic delegate in the renewal. I do not take these United States, announced the opportunities lightly in my resignations and ap- own life. I try as best I can, to pointment. share them with you. Better John Francis Kinney, the still, I always try to make you, new bishop of Bismarck, was the members of your families, born in Oelwein, Iowa, June your needs part of my prayer 11, 1937. He attended Catholic as we visit these sacred elementary schools in places. It is my prayer" that Winona, Minn., and Min- you and the members of your neapolis, De La Salle High family will have a peaceful, School in Minneapolis and restful, safe, happy summer. Nazareth Hall and St. Paul Your friend, Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock I:'ope's '00qsit Still In Works Seminaries in St. Paul, Minn. He was ordained to the priesthood on Feb. 2,1963. After serving as assistant pastor of a Minneapolis parish from 1963 to 1966 and as vice- chancellor of the St. Paul- Minneapolis Archdiocese from 1966 to 1968, he studied for a doctorate in canon law at the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome. On completing his studies in 1971, he resumed his post as vice-chancellor and was named chancellor in 1973. He was serving in that post and was also pastor of St. Leonard of Port Maurice parish in Minneapolis when he was named auxiliary bishop in November, 1976. Hilary Baumann Hacker was born in New Ulm, Minn., on Jan. 10, 1913. He entered St. Paul's Seminary in 1932 and was ordained on June 4, 1938. trip. After earning a degree in "I cannot say anything canon law at the Gregorian about the precise date of the University in Rome, he was visit of the holy father," said appointed vice-chancellor of the St. Paul Archdiocese in Rome (NC) -- Archbishop Jozef Glemp of Warsaw and Gniezno said some points still need to be negotiated with the Polish government if Pope John Paul II is to visit his homeland in August. Arriving at Rome's Fiumicino Airport, Ar- chbishop Glemp, the Polish primate, refused to comment on the likelihood of the August June, 1941, chancellor in October of the same year and vicar-general in 1945. He remained in that post until he was named bishop of Bismarck in February, 1957. Archbishop Glemp. "I can only express my hope that it will be possible to receive him in a dignified way in Poland in the near future," he added. The archbishop, who is Henry Joseph Soenneker making his third visit to Rome was born in Melrose, Minn., since the declaration of on May 27, 1907. After at- martial law in Poland Dec. tending a rural elementary 13, said he had come "to learn school, he made high school, the intentions of the holy college and seminary studies father" with regard to the at the Pontifical Josephinum August visit. Seminary in Worthington, Ohio, and was ordained a The Pope has several times priest on May 26, 1934. voiced his strong desire to he After serving in the Diocese in Poland on Aug. 26 for the of St. Cloud, Minn., from 1934 600th anniversary of the to 1948 as an assistant pastor, arrival at the monastery of high school teacher, Jasna Gora of the revered Veterans' Administration image of Our Lady of hospital chaplain and Czestochowa, the nation's chaplain to the Sisters of St. patroness. He has insisted Francis, he earned a licen- that "proper conditions" tiate in canon law at the must be established in the Catholic University of country to permit his visit, but has no,elaborated publicly on Peace the nature of those conditions. Polish and Vatican church Continued from Pg. 1 sources say the Pope wants a more and more nations relaxation of martial law threatened to join the nuclear restrictions and release of club and as the superpowers persons detained since added to their already martial law began, superfluous arsenals. America. From 1950 to 1961, he was spiritual director of St. John's Major Seminary in Collegeville, Minn., and also chief judge of the St. Cloud diocesan marriage tribunal. He was named bishop of Owensboro in March, 1961. Born in Nada, Texas, on Sept. 11, 1913, Hugo Ger- bermann studied at St. John's major and minor seminaries in San Antonio and at the Maryknoll Seminary in Maryknoll, N.Y., and was ordained a priest on Feb. 7, 1943. 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