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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1969 PAGE 7 rdinal Urbani Four Subiaco Alumni Maine's Bishop Feeney Succumbs Get National Citations Portland, Me. (NC) -- Richard chy. He studied at Holy Cross es Suddenly (NC) .. Giovanni Car- Stricken with a heart attack, the native son and arch- died Sept. 17, Words to counsel and to offer his life of Pope Paul Dies (NC) -- Final accol- Dald here to Archbishop 83, often called apostle of youth successful laun- CYO-- Catholic Cody of Chicago auxiliary bishops of concelebrated requiem Mass Sept. 17 where Shell was pastor from Burial was in the in All Saints Ceme- Sheil died in Tucson, resided since in 1966. the mighty and the the archbishop, had a color- was among the of the late President b. Roosevelt, who re- .'e wrote to Pope Pins the archbishop be early years when patriarch of Venice lay on his deathbed as he asked that this mes- sage be given to his priests: "Tell them to love the Pope, theirpriest- hood and their celibacy. You know how much I have suffered lately." The 69-year-old cardinal, who remained lucid throughout the last moments of his life, also told those gathered around his bed: I offer my life for the Pope, for his sufferings for the Church, and for his synod." Those were said to be his last words. The cardinal's 92-year-old mother, Ellsa Urbani, and his five sisters kept a vigil at his bedside until he died. As president of the Italian Bis- hops' Conference, Cardinal Urbani would have attended the Synod of Bishops opening Oct. 11 in Rome. He was a member of the Con- gregation for Bishops, the Con- gregatinn for the Clergy and the Congregation of Rites. When POPe John XXIII stepped down as patriarch of Venice to mount the papal throne in Nov- ember, 1958, his first diocesan appointment was to name Cardinal Urbaal -- then Bishop Urbani of labor unions fought for the right to organize, Archbishop Sheiles- poused the cause of the working men. Throughout his life he was among the favored of union of- ficials. And through his work with youth, he also won wide support amoung business executives. Around Starting October 1. asked to inquire of AP and L's Reddie Thanksgiving meet- Joseph J. Enderlin, NORTH LITTLE ROCK Little Rock Dean- esan Council of Catho- Will meet this Sun- 28, in Immacu- parish hail, at will be a talk All North Little have been invited. IR, AIR BASE and Rosary Society Air Force Base annual membership at noon on Fri- 3, in the Chapel Mary Florence, llglous education pro- will speak on t. Precede the luncheon 1:30 A.M. in the Base re being encouraged The Base nur- for base personnel and Rosary So- LITTLE ROCK of The 21 Club are riding trip :night outing this Sat 27 They will Edward, s parking lot to go to the End of CONTINUED FROM P.oe 6 the Trail Riding Stables. The ride will begin at about 6 P.M. They will ride across the ranch and pitch camp behind a moun- tain. There will be a barbecue chuck wagon dinner. Each person is asked to bring his own sleep- ing bag or cot. After breakfast Sunday morning they will ride back. It is approx- imately a two and half hour ride each way. The cost will be $7.50 per person. For more information or for reservations call Barbara Tucker, 753-9972. There will be a general meeting of members this Sunday, Septem- ber 28 at 8 P.M. in the Rock House. SPRINGDALE The Rev. Francis J. Janesko, former pastor of St. Raphaelrs parish here, was honored at a farewell reception September 7 in parish hail. Father Janesko, who is now pastor at St. Vincent de Paul par- ish, Rogers, was St. Raphaelrs first priest after it became a parish in 1965. The Rev. Edward J. McCormick is the new pastor. Punch and cake was served to parishioners who called during the hour and a half reception. Those assisting were Mrs. Glenn Springston, Mrs. Gordon Boles, Mrs. Paul Burgess, Mrs. Alice Gage, Mrs. Robert Lukas, Mrs. LoreRa Armstrong, Mrs. J. P. McGetrick, Mrs. John Endres, Mrs. Jake Savolt, Mrs. Dwight Phillips, Mrs. Bruce Vaughan, Jr., Miss Paula Boles and Miss Ann McGetrick. Monument C0. .. 10th St. Ft. Smith, Arki : Subiaco -- The Society of Out- standing High School Students has bestowed membership on Grier Warren, Mark Schumacher, Fran- cis Hasler, and David Willmann, all graduates of Subiaco Academy, it was announced by The Rev. Benno Schluterman, O.S.B.,prin- cipal of the Academy. The four students were among the nation's top graduating high school seniors listed in the 1969 volume of "Outstanding Am- erican High School Students." They were chosen on the basis of excellence in scholarship, leader- ship, and civic contributions. I Verona -- archbishop of Venice. His death reduces the number in the college of cardinals to 131, not including two others named "in petto" (secretly)by Pope Paul. Their names have not been re- vealed. POPe Paul sent a message of condolence to Cardinal Urbani's mother and family. Cardinal Cushing of Boston pre- sided at a concelebrated requiem Mass at St. Dominic's churchhere for Bishop Daniel J. Feeney of Portland, who died Sept. 15. Coadjutor Bishop Peter L. Ger- ety, Apostolic Administrator of the diocese, concelebrated the Mass along with other New England bis- hops. Bishop Gerety preached the eulogy. Bishop Feeney, who had marked his 75th birthday and the 23rd an- niversary of his consecration three days before his death, hadbeenin- active since suffering a stroke in 1967. He was born in Portland in 1894 and was the first Maine na- tive to be elevated to the hierar- Keep Current Read The Guardian College, Worcester, Mass., and at the Sulpician Seminary and the Grand Seminary, both in Montreal. He was ordained in Montreal in 1921. Smokey Says: SEE rooLs f -A) L WATER t /,-...YI ?=m z .'ktlUiVA i%xi,,i Setting a good example! I] Fort Smith Church Guide [[ IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Head of Garrison Avenue. 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