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] SAS ~ C~ATHOLIC Chosen frnm 1 9[3 ~ Covenant House, effective Sept 1. - _ _ - : - "5 " ..... i mL . - -- Sr Mary Rose McGeady, a member 4 New president named or the Daughters of Charity, was elected '> I '... -- . . at a special meeting of the agency's I tOE t;0venanI HOUSe board. - mmr. Ralph A. Pfeiffer, Jr., chair of the I ll !ii:.,:': Ii0 board and of the search committee, said I trjl* m an announcement that McGeady had - Ilil! been chosen out of 120 can&dates. . .... ,, ge are extremely fortunate In being. : . ",,,,,,,, ? ..... .... I able to enhst the a p " , .... i], II enced, knowledgeable and highly re- |/ " arded professmnal ,n the child care , ,,,,,U:" field, he stud. . , ' ".' ,' u.. " _ . tTHotlq ! McGeadvsucceedsRev. BruceRi , "'" W 2 rttvq ;' : founded , " ' t : , 4, I% x House m 14 : St. Mary parish in Helena recently held its Summer Vacation Bible School. 1969 to serve homeless oun sters He n r h r n m t nd m le ders The " Y g Parishioners volu teeed as teac e s, a'des, us'c a ga e a . at ~i:~! ,.~ resigned Feb. 27 following allegations program, called "Glory Days," allowed children to Io0k at their daily expe- -- t ........ l ]i/. ) . ....... that surfaced last December.abou nences nn hght of the great stones of the Bnble. Sr. Maria Goreth DeAngeh, sexual and financml lm ro netms - (CNS/Leonard " P P osa, was program director. Teachers were Frances Griffith, Rhonda St. Sr. Mar,, Rose McGeadv DC New York State Attorney General Columbia, Jean Etoch and Lisa Schafer. Mary Agnes Kendell led the music "1 " Robert Abrams is still investigating a and Theresa Arick led the games '~] New " $900,000 trust fund Ritter set up with- ; - " . York (CNS)-Awoman religious out informin the board or filing re- . " hhO is an associate director or Catholic quired reports. I R trouv illo." I ............. I hat,ties for ookl n rwce /~xI]oI~Q~[~]~ v//~]l~ tl:]R. i the Diocese of Br y , McGeady told Catholic News Se " i I [ idl: has been named president of See "McGeady," page 10 I ..... I ] S4 .2 , : --"" " His excellency Bishop AndrewJ I t4l ] , McDonald announces the following l ;IL,, rL I Glad it's over [ r,'l " " 0 " " . I l'l l Rev. Raphael Kitz, OCD, Carmehte / HI v a kso. are deceased. I I1. 'O' Fathers, Marylake. / "" "- " :-- " " - - " " ' " " ri h , Effeetivelat Jely, 1990: ' J] r Tena - I returns to pa s I Rev. Ralph Reyes, OCD, Superior,/ ql or'll vears ha BElinlz I I Carmelite Fathers, Marylake. / ; . Rev. Francis I. Malone, JCL ] r andin Moberly, I Washme mn (CNS)-Bishop Thomas [ [ , o " d Chancellor -1{ eban d .Bi/1- ] Tschoepe of Dallas hasreslgned, an [ . [ gsn ,MO_. S_he then [ Coadjutor Bishop CharlesV. Grahmann L __1 , l ended Mt. St. I has succeeded him. - uy th cholastica College. I The resignation, accepted by Pope John Paul II, took effect July 14. On I r-----I Dec. 17, Tschoepe turns 75, the age at I I P r I ;"| which bishops customarily submit their I los g ^ I " 'i] res, naUons to the Vatican. I zo z I Tschoepe had led the Dallas diocese I . il since 1969. For three years prior to that, I I I been b s op I ! operated, by.St. I San Angelo, TX. I -- -- ca's in Mor- ] Grahmann, 59, had been the found- I ing bishou of the Diocese of Victoria, I TX, from 1982 until his appointmentI N in 1989 as Dallas coadjutor I ~ / Medical Technolo- I he never asked nor wanted to become I At a press conference, Tschoepe said I , i ] I !i!:,{:iS7 L .,12.K22'11; "'22U/'o] s:o :i 722-; ] I a bishop and was glad his tenure was over. n I m glad to get rid of it, he said. It 0 Presently, she works [ (the office ofbishop) used to be called | O" kitchen as a baker I the onus, or burden, of the priesthood, i witia the care of herI I am glad to give it to my successor." I8; l i hn'sman. M'meral mother, l Tschoepe, who has said many times I _4 U readmg dhand work I his only ambition was to be an assistant I a ally working the daily I pastor, said he will return to the role as I perpuzzles. " " I parochial vicar of a parish m I Waxahachie, B0 miles south of Dallas. ] !