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TWENTY-EIGHT THE BULLETIN OF THE CATHOLIC LAYMEN'S ASSOCIATION OF GEORGIA MAY 25, 1946 L. Rev, Francis McCarthy To Be Ordained for Diocese of Raleigh REV. FRANCIS McCARTHY (Special to The Bulletin) WEST PHILADELPHIA, Pa.-- The Rev. Francis A. McCarthy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCarthy, of West Philadelphia, will be or- dained as a priest of the Diocese of Raleigh on June 11, at the Na- tional Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D. C., by the Most Re,,,. John M. Mc- Namara, D. D., Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore and Washington. The newly ordained priest will .celebrate his first Solemn High Mass on June 18, at Our Lady el the Rosary Church, West Philadel- phia. The Rev. Francis J..Healy, I administrator of that parian, wm I be the assistant priest; the Rev. I Francis J. Tail, aistant pastor of I St. Paul's Church, New Bern, N. 1 C., will be deacon; the Rev. Joseph1 P. Kerrigan, assistant pastor of I Holy Family Church, New Phila-i delphia, Pa., will be subdeacen, i and the Rev. Joseph F. King, pas-i tor of St. Cecilia's Church, New- port, Ark., will be the master of ceremonies. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Francis J. Murphy, J. C. L., a priest of the Diocese of Raleigh, who is en- gaged in post-graduate study all the Catholic University of Amer- ica, Washington, D C. John McNamara, Bernard Trinity and David Morrison, students at. St. Charles Seminary, Overbrook, Pa., who are members of Our Lady of the Rosary parish, will serve as minor officers of the Mass with altar boys of the parish. Music for the Mass will be sung by the boys' choir of the church, under the di- rection of Eugene M. Sullivan. A native of Philadelphia, Rcv. Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S. J., ol Columbia, to Be Ordained in June First Native of Columbia to. Become a Priest of the . Society of Jesus Will Celebrate His First Solemn High Mass at St. Peter's Church, Columbia, on June 23, With Bishop Walsh, of Charleston," Presiding and De- livering the Sermon (Special to The Bulletin) COLUUMBIA, S. C. -- Rev. Ed- ward Allen Doyle, S. J., of Colum- bia, will be ordained as a priest of the Society of Jesus on June 16, at the Jesuit House of Theological Study, St. Mary's College, St. Mary's, Kansas. He is the son of the late Major and Mrs. Alexander C. Doyle, and was born in Columbia, July 14, 1914. He received his elementary education at Punahou School, Hon- olulu, Hawaii, and at St. Ephrem's Parochial School, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ite later attended St. Francis I Xavier Military Academy in New I York City, and after graduating from St. Thomas Aquinas Itigh School in 1931, he entered George- town University, Washington, D. ! C. He graduated from George-i town with a Bachelor of Arts de- gree in 1933, and received a com- mission as a second lieutenant in the United States Arnly Reserve Corps. .In November, 1935, he entered the Society of Jesus at Grand Co- teau, Louisiana, where he remain- ed for his two-year novitiate and one year of classical study. The following two years were spent in the study of philomol,' at Spring Hill College, Mobile, Ala. After teaching for a year in the junior- ate at Grand Coteau, he taught in the high school, where he also served as moderator of the drama- tic and debating societies for two years. He has Just completed his third year of theology at St. Mary's College in Kansas. He will be the first native of Co- lumbia to be ordained s a priest of the Society of Jesus. His first Solemn High Mass will be celebrated, Coram Episcopo, on REV. E. A. DOYLE, S. J. June 23, at St. Peter's Church m Columbia, with the Most Rev. Em- met M. Watsh, D. D., Bishop of Charleston, presiding and deliver- ing the sermon. The Right Rev. Msgr. Martin C. Murphy, V. F., pastor oE St. Peter's Church, will be the assistant priest; the Rev. i Albert Faase, assistant pastor of St. Peter's Church, will be dea- con; the Rev. John J. Doyle, S. J., assistant pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Augusta, will be sub-dea- ccm, and the Rev. Leon J. Hubacz :assistant pastor of St. Peter's Church, will .be master of cere- monies Bishop Walsh to Ordain Four Oratorian Fathers Rev. James J. Sharpies, Rev. Christopher Barry, Rev. Henry Tevlin, Rev, Aloysius Kaszuaba, of Congrega- tion of the Oratory, to be Ordained to the Priesthood on May 30 at St. Anne's Church in Rock Hill (Special to The Bulletin) ROCK HILL, S. C. --.At St.[ Anne's Church in Rock Hill.-on May 30. the Most Rev. Emmet M. I Walsh. D. D, Bishop of Charles- ton, will ordain fonr members of the Congregation of the Oratu"y to the priehood. Rev James J. Sharpies. Congr Oral.. Rev. Chris- Mr. McCarthy was born on Jan- uary 25. 1920. He received his elementary education at Our Lady of the Rosary parochial school. After completing his course at, topher V BarrY, Congr. Orat., Rev. West Philadelphia Catholic High  llenry F. Tevliq. Congr..Orat.. and School, he attended St. Charles IRev. Aloysius Kaszuaba, Congr. ] Oral. ' " Seminary, Overbrook, and in the I fall of 1937 entered St John's l  - . ... Key. James J. Sharples is a na- Home Mission Seminary LittJe P"e - "- '- .......... ' d Jv Ul /.UL}UYI1, I[. I.. the son o Rock Ark where he complete ' Mr and Mr" James haes He his classical philosophical and + _, . .....  -. v- ., ' " I .tt.uu St. lwary's paroc-i:l theolo teal eourse , , g  school, and j,m"or and "en'or ht h ........ [schools in is home citp. He en- SPARTANBURG PARISII IS i tered the Con,,re.a*ion of th - Ora- COLLECTING CANNID FOODS [.ory on August 3. 19'7 After a SPARTANBURG. S. C. -- An, )ear in the novltlnte st !he Ora- intensive eam?aign to coll:ctltory of St. PhHin Ner| here. he canned fo:d; for the starving pop- ulations of Europe and the Far East has been launched by mem- bers of the parish of St. Paul the Apostle under the leadership t,f their pastor, Father Charles J. Baum, in cooperat!on with the nation-wide drive sponsored by War Relief Service -- National .nent a year in teaching at the Oratory School. He comDleted his nhilosophlcal comae at St. M-ry's Colle.e. Kentucky, and his theo- logical study at St. Meinrad's Sem- inary, in Indiana. He will cele- brate his first olemn High Mas) on June 2 at .St. Mary's Church. /uburn. N. Y. Rev. Chritonher Barry is a ha- Catholic Welfare Conference. The Holy Name Society of the parish, at its May meeting can- celled plans for a Communion- breakfast on the second Sunday in June, voting to contribute the eo.:t of the breakfast toward the pur- chase of food for the people in war-devastated lands. Father Baum is directing the campaign and is being assisted in the work of collecting, sorting, packing and shipping by r0em- bexs of the Itoly Name Society and the National Council of Cath- olic Women. The parish hall, to the rear of the church, has been designated as a collection depot where donations of canned foods may be left at any time during the campaign MISSION CONDUCTED AT ST. MARY'S, GREENVILLE GREENVILLE, S. C.--The Rev. Francis Leddy, C. M.. of the Vin- entian Fathers' Mission Band from St. Vincent's Seminary, Phil- adelphia, conducted a mission at St. Mary's Church here earls, this month. novitiate at the Oratory. His phil- osophical course was completed at St. Mary's College in Kentucky and his theological course at St. Meinrad's Seminary He will cele- brate his first Solemin High Mass at St. Margaret Mary Church in the Bronx, New York: Rev. Aloysius Kaszuaba Is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Kaszuaba, of Far Rockaway. New York. He attended Catholic ele- mentary schools in his home city, St. Thomas Aquinas College, 'al- leyfield, Canada. and St. John's College, Brooklyn. He entered the Congregation of the Oratory here in August, 1942, and spent a year in the novitiate at Rock ilill. He al attended St. Mary's College and St. Meinrad's Seminary. He "will celebrate his first Solemn High Mass on Juqe 2, at St. May Star of the Sea Church, Far Rock- away. St. Peter's Parish, Columbia, Has New Boy Scout Troop COLUMBIA S C.--Recently or- tire of Brooklyn. N. Y.. the son of ganized and presently with a mem- he late Mr. and Mrs. Christopher I bership of fifteen, that is inereas- harry. He attended the public mg daily, the Boyq_ Scout troop "rammzlr chnol. Borouoh Hall sponsored by St. Peter's parish has "re,aratorv School and the City . been officially designated as Troop o]le.e of New York. He entered 12. Club rooms have been opened the Congre,ation of the Oratory  in St. Peter's rectory, on the base- in June. 1940 After a year in ment for. where several large the novitiate at-!he Oratory here. rooms and a kitchen have been he completed his philosophb, al i placed at the disposal of the course at St. Mary's College, Ken- i Scouts. tucky, and hi theological course I Leo Koosa and Virgil Murphy at St. Metnrad's Seminary. He are serving as scout-masters, with will celebrate his first Solemn High Mass on June 9, at St. Aga- tha's Church in Brooklyn, with the Very Rev. Vincent G. Scharff. Congr. Orat.. Provost of the Ora- tory of St. Philin Neri in Rock ltill, delivering the sermon. Rev. Henry Tevlin is th.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Tev|in of the Bronx, New York. He attend- ed St. Margaret Mary Parochial School, St: Charles .College,, Ca- tonsville, Md., and entered the Congregation of the Oratory in September, 1940 He taught for a year in the Oratory School here ,after he had completed a year's Sydney alady U S. N.. as assist- ant scout-master. The executive' council is composed of Father Al- bert A. Faase. John Colcolough, Frank J. Dutton. Louis Blaze and Ernest Neufel. Shelby DeBorde is patrol lead- er; Hugh Senn, assistant patrol leader; Charles Bultman, scribe, and the other members of the troop are'John Bernadin, Earl Murphy, Paul Elias, Harold But- ler, Frank Casey, Anthony John- son, Paul Senn, Fred Stork, Ber- nard Marks, Patrick Trtkey and Franklin Ernest Faul DeBode is the mascot of the troop. Rev. Albert Siener, of Spartanburg, to Be Ordained in Nashville "(Special to The Bulletin) SPARTANBURG, S. C. -- The Rev. Albert L. Siener, a member of the parish of St. Paul the Apos- tle in Spartanburg, will be ordain- ed to the priesthood on June 15, at the Cathedral of the Incarna- tion, in Nashville, Tenn., by the Most Rev. William L Adrian, D. D., Bishop of Nashville. He will celebrate his first Solemn High Mass on June 19, at the Church of Sf. Paul the Apostle here. Now completing his study for the priesthood at St. Mary's Semi- nary, Baltimore, he is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Siener, for many years active and devoted me,fibers of St. Paul's parish He is a nephew of Monsignor Albert A. Sener, P. A., Vicar General of the Diocese of Nashville, and of Fath- er Joseph H. Siener, pastor of the Church of the Most Holy Name, Nashville. He will be ordained for the Dio- cese of Nashville, and is the first member of St. Paul's parish to be ordained a priest since the ordi- nation of Monsignor Andrew Keene Gwynn. P. A., pastor of St. Mary's Church, Greenville, who last year celebrated his sacerdotal golden jubilee. ALUMNAE DAY, JUNE 1 AT SACRED HEART COLLEGE, BELMONT (Special.to The Bulletin) BELMONT, N. C.--Alumnae of Sacred Heart Junior College and Academy in Belmont will hold their second annual Homecoming on June 1. On the day's program will he a High Mass, a luncheon, committee meetings and a buslneu meeting. Mrs. C. W. Tillett, of Charlotte, vice-president of the Democratic National Committee, and director of the educational program of the Women's Division of the National C,mmittee, will be guest speaker at the luncheon, her topic to be "Women's Place in the Post-War World." The theme of the year's reunion meeting will be the Development Fund Program. Plans will be made to launch a drive for funds for the erection of a new building on the campus in the near future. So  great has been the growth of the cellege and academy within the past few years that a new activi- ties building is necessary to pro- vide the necessary recreational facilities. During the past year the Alum- z',ae Association has continued the splendid work commenced two years ago. Many "lost" alumnae here been located, four bulletins have been published, and a closer cooperation has been perfected with the activity of the Interna- tional- Federation of Catholic Alumnae. Last year more than a hundred former students of Sacred Heart gathered in Belmont for Home- coming day, and a greater number s expected to attend the reunion this year. MRS. WM. C. EHRHARDT TO HEAD CHARLESTON CATHOLIC WOMEN'S CLUB (Special to The Bullet/n) CHARLESTON, S. C. -- Mrs. William C. Ehrhardt was elected president of the Catholic Wom- en's Club at the annual meeting held May 19 at the Francis Marion Itotel, following the annual Com- munion-breakfast of. the club. Mrs. i Ehrhardt succeeds Miss Alice Mo- ra,  Other officers for the coming yesl are: Mrs. Margaret Meevers, vice-president; Miss Eunice Kear- hey, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack R. Walton,. Jr., corresponding secretary: Miss Katherine Rid- dick, treasurer. Miss Emily Riley vas chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Edmund Kracke anounc- ed that the annual Retreats for women would be held at St. An- gela ,cademy in Aiken in June. Miss Sadie O'Brien was named chairman of the business women's Retreat committee and Miss May- belle Mcitzer, chairman of the homemakers' Retreat committee. Mrs. Julian Conlon reported on the project planned for the Catho- lic Home. Miss Helen Watson. of the graduating class of Bishop England High School, was intro- duced by Miss Rose Marie Kelly and the winner of the College of Charleston scholarship offered by the club. Thanks were voted Miss Riddick for her work as chairman of the membership committee, and to Miss Cecile Rice and Mrs. Jame i Thomas N, Fickling Columbia, Again Heads South Carolina K, of C, STATE DEPUTY FICKLING (Special-toThe Bulletin ) GREENVILLE, S. C. -- At the annual convention of the South Carolina State Council, Knights of Columbus, held here on May 19, Thomas N. Fickling, of Columb!a, was re-elected State Deputy. Other officers" of the State Council will be W. B WeUs, Columbia, state secretary; Joseph A. Putman, Greenville, state treasurer; Greg- ory Dully, Charleston, state advo- cate; W. J. Cantwell, Charleston, state warden. Father Sydner] F. Dean, assistant pastor of St. Mary's Church, Greenville, is the stalt chaplain. State Deputy Fiekling, and Past State Deputy Andrew Pinto, of Charleston, were appointed dele- gates to the Supreme Convention of the K. of C. to be held at Miami Peach in August. George Duffy, of Charleston, and Frank J. Dut- ton, of Columbia, were named.-u alternate delegates. Principal speaker at the con- vention was the Honorable W. J. Rowland, of Charleston, a former state warden, whose subject was "Knighthood in Flower." Delegates from the three K. of C. councils in the state, Charles- ton, Columbia and Greenville, at- tended the gathering, which was held in Gallivan Memorial Hall. The convention .opened with Mass at St. Mary's Church, and the bus- iness.session was held in the fore- noon. In the afternoon there was an exemplification of the first, second and third degrees upon a class of more than fifty candidates. The convention delegates were guests of Greenville Council at a funcheon at Hotel Greenville, of- leers of the local council who :act, ed as hosts" being Joseph A. Iuto nam, grand knight; J. J. McDevitt, deputy grand knight; Henry B. Wells, financial secretary; Jamile B. Francis, recording secretary: and Father Dean, chaplain. NIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES AT COMMUNION-BREAKFAST GREENVILLE, S. C.--Catholle members of the graduating class fat Greenville High School receiv- ed Holy Communion as a group at i St. Mary's Church on Sunday, May 19, and following the Mass were gacsts, with all Catholic students at the high school, at a Commun- ion breakfast at Gallivan Memo- ria Hall. Catholic member of the grad- uating class at the local high school are Beattie Balentlae, Donald Barb/re, Andrew Binde- r]aid, Buddy Klein. John Mansour, Charles Schweirs, Misses Mary Jo Bissiner, Lillian Dew, Cather- ine Dum]t, Carolyn Goldsmith and Mary Graham. MAY FETE'-ItD- 'A'T--- SCIIOOL IN BELMONT BELMONT__NI C.--The annual May festival was held at the Sa- cred Heart Junior College and Academy on May 1. Miss Lucile Baddour was chosen as Queen of the May and her court included Sammy Hagley and Jerry Leeper, heralds; Tommy Long, Martha Tina Thr.pwer, Amelia McKnight, Phyllis Rankin, Sarah Alice .Lee, Jane Ellen Rhyne, Julian .Fuller, Charlotte Abbott, Anna Line- berger, flower girls; Nancy Reade Hall and Dorothy Davis, crown bearers, Walter FrankLin and Tommy Hand, trainbearers. The procession was led.bF tle Belmont High School band, di- rected by J. B. Howren, and cadets from St. Leo's School participated, P. Furlong, who were chalrmon of the breakfast committee, and to Mrs. Jennlngs Cauthen f0rher feature articleon' the N.'C. C.-W /