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2—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, May 25,1956
Directory
(Continued from page 1)
tisms, 5,373 convert baptisms,
1,138 marriages. 1,265: deaths,
1.345 Catholic population 134,
393 total population 1,408,423.
There are now 33.396,647 Ca
tholics in the 48 states and 177,
370 in Alaska and Hawaii. The
new total represents a ten-year
increase of 9.171.893 or 37 5 per
cent over the 24,402,124 Catholics
reported in 1946.
There are now 26 archdioceses
in the United States The total
number of dioceses, including the
Vicariate of Alaska, is 106.
Brooklyn, with 1,497,598 con
tinue* a* the largest diocese,
while Pittsburgh with 757,776 is
the second largest. Buffalo is
third with 725,201 and Cleve
land, fourth with 659,275.
The 1956 Directory lists 214
members of the Hierarchy. These
are, four Cardinals, 37 Archbish
ops, and 173 Bishops, the largest
number in the history of the Ca
tholic Church in this country.
The first issue of a Catholic Di
rectory for the United States was
published in 1817 and subsequent
editions have reflected the steady
growth of the Church.
An increase of 1,379 in the
number of the clergy brings the
total of ordained priests to 48,349,
the largest ever recorded. There
•re now 29.734 diocesan priests,
an ihcrease of 861, and 18,615
religious community priests, an
increase of 518. There are 2,106
newly ordained priests listed for
the first time. Four members
of the Hierarchy and 727 priests
•re listed in the Necrology.
The number of infant baptisms
during 1955 was 1.204.982, an
increase of 43.678 for thp year
Marriages recorded increased by
11.266 to 324.907 During the
name period 290,855 Catholics
died in the U.S., 2.574 more
deaths than in the previous year.
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MONDAY, MAY 28,
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(in Ixjw Masses) of St. Felix and
for the Pope, no Credo, Commoq
Preface.
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FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI.
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quence, Credo, Preface of the Na
tivity.
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Archbishop
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Josephinum
^argest Class In History
Of College Archbishop
Araleto Cicognani Here
Tomorrow, Saturday, May 26,
Archbishop Amleto Cicognani,
Apostolic Delegate to the Unit
ed States, will ordain twenty-sev
en men to the Priesthood at the
Pontifical College Josephinum in
Worthington. This is the largest
ordination class in the sixty-eight
year history of the Josephinum.
The twenty-seven young priests
will serve in seventeen different
dioceses scattered across the Unit
ed States. In keeping with the
aim of the Josephinum to help the
more needy dioceses, five will be
going to the missionary dioceses
of the Southwest, five to the
Northwest, and five to the deep
South.
Thra« member* of the clast
belong to tho P.I.M.E. foreign
mission society. These throe
will return to their homes In
Italy for their First Solemn
Masses and assignments.
The Reverend Anthony A.
Kleinschmidt of the Josephinum
faculty will be Master of Cere
monies at the Ordination Mass.
Attendance to Archbishop Cicog
nani will be Fathers John Kleinz
and Clarence Klausing.
num
Jose-
1943.
Until this year the largest
ber to be ordained at the
pfiinum was twenty-one in
also ordained by Archbishop Ci
cognani.
The new priests, their home
towns, and date of first Solemn
Masses:—
Father Frank J. Bach of Johns
town. Pa., will say his First Mass
in Immaculate Conception
Church, there. June 3. He will
serve in the Spokane, Wash. Di
ocese.
Father Herbert G. Bordelon of
Raton Rogue, La. will offer his
First Mass at St. Anthony of
Padua Church there June 3. He
will serve in the diocese of Alex
andria, La.
Father Arsenic S. Carrillo of
Tucson, Ariz., will say his First
Mass in Our Lady of Lourdes
Church there June 3. He will
be assigned in the Tucson Dio
cese.
Father Murray Clayton of Vi
dalia, La. will offer his First Mass
in Our Ijdy of Lourdes Church
there June 3. He will serve in the
diocese of Alexandria, La.
Father Thomas J. Endel of Chi
cago, 111., will say his first Mass
in St. Benedict’s Church
Wednesday. He will serve
diocese of Baker, Ore.
Father Henry D. Hodges of
Yuma, Ariz. will offer his First
Mass in Immaculate Conception
Church there on June 3. He will
be assigned to the Tucson Dio
cese.
Father John A. Izral of Cataw
ba, Wis. will sing an outdoor Sol
emn Mass of Thanksgiving on
June 2. He will report for duty
in the Natchez, Miss. Diocese.
Father Cletus Kirkpatrick of
Spangler, Pa. will offer his First
Mass in St. Patrick’s Church there
June 10. He will serve in the di
ocese of Baker, Ore.
Father Alfred Kunz of Fen
iinore, Wis. will offer his First
Mass at St. Mary’s Church there
June 3. He will serve in his home
diocese of Madison, Wis.
Father Andrew Marinak of En
haut, Pa. will offer his First Mass
in St. John’s Church there June
3. He will serve in the diocese of
Harrisburg, Pa.
Father Loydell J. Marth of Chi
cago, 111. will celebrate his First
Mass in St. Francis Borgia Church
there June 3. He will serve in the
diocese of Monterey-Fresno, Calif.
Father Bernard McFadden of
Sharon, Pa. will offer his First
Mass in St. Joseph Church there
June 2. He will serve in the di
ocese of St. Augustine, Fla.
Father John F. Meysrs of Al
toona, F’a. will celebrate his First
Mass at St. Therese’s Church
there lune 10. Afterward, he will
report for service in the diocese
of Dallas-Fort Worth, Tex.
Father Herman J. Niebrugge of
Effingham, Ill. will offer his
First Mass at St. Mary, Help of
Christians near Effingham on
Thursday. He will ser 'e in the
diocese of Springfield, IP.
Father Frank Nieset of Clyde,
O. will offer his First Mass in
St. Mary’s Church there on Sun
day. He will serve his home
ocese of Toledo.
Ordinations Here Tomorrow
(Continued from page 1)
Fathar Fulcher
Father John M. Fulcher will
offer his First Solemn Mass at
nocn Sunday in St. Augustine
Church, Columbus. Solemn Bene
diction, scheduled at 7:45 p. m. in
the church, will be followed by
a reception in the school hall.
Ministers of the Mass will be
the new priest’s brother, Father
George A. Fulcher, assistant pas
tor of St. Joseph. Cathedral, who
will serve as deacon Father Ken
neth West, assistant pastor at St.
Augustine’s subdeacon and Mr.
Theodore J. Spires, master of
ceremonies and Father Earl Holz
apfel. pastor of St. Augustine’s,
assistant priest. Monsignor Rol
and T. Winel, chancellor of the
diocese, will preach the sermon.
in Columbus, Father Ful
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Fulcher of 1542 E. Ar-
Born
cher is
George
lington
tended St. Aloysius and St. Joseph
Schools, before enrolling at St.
Charles High School in 1944. He
earned a bachelor of arts degree
at St. Charles College in 1948,
and completed his training for
the priesthood at Mt. St. Mary of
the West Seminary.
Ave., Columbus. He at-
Father Goode z
Father Raymond A. Goode will
offer his First Solemn Mass at
10:30 a.m. on Sunday in St. Jos
eph Church, Circleville. A recep
tion in the school hall will be
held following Benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament in the church
at 4:30 p. m.
Father Edward Reidy will
preach the sermon. Ministers of
the Mass will be Monsignor
George O. Mason, assistant
priest Father Francis Connor,
deacon, and Father Parick Griff
in, subdeacon. Minor ministers
will be the altar boys of St. Jos
eph parish.
Born on April 17, 1930,
Father Goode is one of 10 chil
dren of Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Goode of RFD 4, Circleville.
After graduation from Circle
ville High School in 1948, the new
priest enrolled at St. Charles
College. He earned his bachelor
of arts degree there in 1952, and
has just completed four years of
theological training at Catholic
University.
Father Griffin
Charles R. Jr iff in will
his First Solemn Mass
m. Sunday in Holy
Father
there
in the
of Al
Father Joseph P. Erny
toona, Pa., will say his First
Mass in St. Mary’s Church there
June 3. He will serve in the Se
attle, Wash. Archdiocese.
celebrate
at 11:45
Name Church, Columbus. A re
ception is scheduled at 3 p. m.
in the parish hall, followed by
Benediction of the Blessed Sacra
ment and May crowning at 5 p.
m. in the church.
Monsignor John D. Donahie,
pastor of Holy Name Church, will
preach the sermon at the Mass.
Officers will be Father F. Thomas
Gallen, deacon Father Patrick
Byrne, subdeacon Monsignor
Paul J. O’Dea, arch-priest and
Mr. Charles Wells, master of
ceremonies.
Born Dec. 28, 1928, in Colum
bus, the new priest is the son of
John P. Griffin and the late Ma
rie Griffin of 266 E. Blake Ave.,
Columbus. He attended Holy
Name Grade School, and St. Char
les Preparatory School and Sem
inary, earning his bachelor bf arts
the diocese of Savannah-Atlanta,
Ga.
Father Michael Williams of
Pittsburgh, Pa. will say his First
Mass in St. Lawrence Church
there Sunday. He will serve in
the diocese of Pittsburgh.
Father Robert Wummer of
Reading, Pa. will offer l.i. First
Mass in St. Paul’s Church there
June 3. He will serve in the
archdiocese of Washington.
Father Alfred Ferronato,
P.I.M.E., a native of Rosa Vin
cenza, Italy, will offer his first
Mass in St. Francesco Church,
Detroit, Mich. Sunday. He is
awaiting
sions.
St. Francesco Church,
assignment to the mis-
Father Eugene i u s s a n i,
P.I.M.E., born in Milan, Italy, will
celebrate his First Mass at Im
maculate Conception Parish, Co
lumbus, Sunday. He is awaiting
assignment to the missions.
Father
Father Henry Paleari, P.I.M.E.,
born in Milan, Italy, will offer
his First Mass at St. John the
Baptist Church Sunday. He is
awaiting assignment to the mis
sions.
di-
of
Father Charles Olshe'sky
Springfield, 111. will offer
First Mass in St. Aloysius Church
there June 3. He will serve in the
diocese of Springfield, Ill.
his
Father Edward Ryle of Chi
cago, Ill. will offer his First Mass
in St. Bernards Church there
June 3. He will serve in the dio
cese of Tucson, Ariz.
Father Joseph H. Schmertmann
of Litchfield, III. will celebrate
i his First Mass in
I Church there June
serve in his home
St. Mary’s
3. He will
diocese of
Springfield, Ill.
Father Calvin E. Schwenk of
Champaign, Ill. will offer his
First Mass there June 3. He will
serve in the diocese of Baker,
Ore.
Father Daniel J. Taufen of
Rockville, Minn, will say his First
Mass in Immaculate Conception
Church there June 10. He will be
assigned to the diocese of St.
Cloud, Minn.
Father Herbert Wellmeier of
Dayton, O. will offer his First
Mass in St. Anthony’s Church
Jithare Sunday. He will serve in
degree at the seminary in 1952.
For the last four years, he has
been studying for the priesthood
at St. Vincent’s Seminary, Lat
robe, Pa.
Father Haag
Father James R. Haag, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Haag of
Portsmouth, will celebrate his
first solemn Mass at 11:30 a.m.
Sunday in St. Mary of the Annun
ciation Church, Portsmouth. Ben
ediction of the Blessed Sacrament
scheduled at 3:30 p. m. will be
followed by a reception in the
parish hall.
Monsignor Matthew A. Howard
will be assistant priest and will
preach the sermon. The deacon
and subdeacon respectively will
be Father Julius G. Klinec and
Father Robert White. Singing at
the Mass will be the Boys’ Choir
of St. Mary’s in addition to sev
eral students from St. Mary
the West Seminary.
Father McLaughlin
Father Thomas L. McLaughlin
will offer his First Solemn Mass
at 10 a.m. June 3 in Sts. Peter
and Paul Church, Milwaukee, Wis
Father John J. Grasser will be
the assistant priest, and Father
Linus J. Dury and Father George
Huber will be deacon and subdea
con respectively. Monsignor Ed
mund A. Burkley will preach the
sermon, and Mr. Robert Bond will
be the master of ceremonies. Oth
er ministers of the Mass will be
seminarians from Mt. St. Mary’s.
Father McLaughlin also will
celebrate Mass at 11 a.m. Sunday
at St. Mary’s Church in Colum
bus.
Born Oct. 23, 1930, he is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mc
Laughlin of Milwaukee. He at
tended Sts. Peter and Paul Grade
school in Milwaukee and also
spent six years there at St. Fran
cis Minor Seminary. He studied
philosophy at St. Charles College
in Columbus, earning a bachelor
of arts degree in 1952, and com
pleted his studies at Mt. St. Mary
of the West Seminary in Nor
wood.
Father Shalosky
Father Michael J. Tabit will
preach the sermon. Officers at
the Mass will be Father Edward
McNulty, Father Robert Schuer,
Wayne Miller, Richard Shalosky,
Earl Miller and Samuel Police.
Father Shalosky, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence W. Shalosky
of RFD 2, Newcomerstown, grad
uated from Sacred Heart High
School in 1948, and earned his
bachelor of arts degree at St.
Charles College in 1942. For the
last four years he has been study
ing theology at St. Mary of the
West Seminary in Norwood.
Father Sorohan
Father Patrick Sorohan, a
native of New Lexington, will
celebrate his first Mass at 10:30
a. m. Sunday in St. Rose Church,
his home parish. Father Maurice
Donovan will be the assistant
priest, and Fathers William Mc
Ewan and Leo Sullivan will be
deacon and subdeacon respective
ly. Master of ceremonies will be
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A reception is scheduled from
3 to 5 p. m. in the school hall.
Benediction of the Blessed Sacra
ment in the Church will follow.
Father Sorohan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Verne Sorohan of New Lex
ington, attended St. Rose elemen
Charles. He received a bachelor
of arts degree from St. Charles
in 1952 and afterward studied
theology for four years at Catho
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Father Robert Shalosky, a
tive of Newcomerstown, will
fer his First Solemn Mass at 10:30
a. m. Sunday in St. Francis de
Sales Church, Newcomerstown.
Also scheduled are Solemn Bene
diction at 4 p. m. in the church,
and a reception at 7 a. m. in the
family residence.
Father Yoris
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Order A
Feather Renovating
Rebuilt
HI. 4-2463
A Upholstering.
PAR SOM
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