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Creative Fund-Raising/Management at its Best! 


0 $17,000,000. for a Diocesan Program 
O) $75,000. for a small Parish 

O A long-range development plan for a 

University 

C1 A $1,000,000. direct-mail appeal for a 
Cathedral Renovation 


1 A$2,000,000. Inner-city Hospital Campaign 
C A survey for a private prep school’s needs 


QO Atraining program for a college's 
development staff 


CO An increase of 45% ina parish's regular 


giving 
These are but a few of the many diverse 


fund-raising services which the Martin J. Moran 
Company is involved with RIGHT NOW! We . 
have conducted hundreds of similar programs 
over the past fifteen years from coast-to-coast, 


in Europe and the Caribbean. 


Call collect or write today to discuss how the 


Martin J. Moran Company can help your 
organization reach its financial goals. 

C1 Interviews at no cost or obligation 

C Services provided on a flat-fee basis 
C) Executive supervision on all accounts 
© Experienced program directors 


A Partial Listing of Accounts 


Serviced by the Martin J. Moran Company 


WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL 
London, England 


SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF KNOCK 


Knock, County Mayo, Ireland 


ARCHDIOCESE OF MIAMI 


New diocesan high school, Naples, Fla. 


5 DIOCESAN HIGH SCHOOLS 


Archdiocese of Hartford, Conn. 


ST. LUKE'S PARISH 


McLean, Virginia 


DIOCESE OF FALL RIVER 
75th Anniversary Appeal 


ESTEY HALL FOUNDATION 
Raleigh, N.C. 


ELIZABETH MITCHELL CHILDREN’S 
CENTER Little Rock, Ark. 
THE SEVERN SCHOOL 


Severna, Md. 





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BENEDICTINE HIGH SCHOOL 


THE CATHOLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM OF WEBB INSTITUTE OF NAVAL 
PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA 
ALABAMA A & M UNIVERSITY 


U.S. COAST GUARD MEMORIAL 
CHAPEL FUND, Washington, D.C. 
NOTRE DAME INTERNATIONAL 
SCHOOL Rome, Italy 


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DIOCESE OF PHOENIX 


Phoenix, Arizona 


ARCHITECTURE 

Glen Cove, NLY. 

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS COLLEGE 
Memphis, Tenn. 

DIOCESE OF SYRACUSE (Broome Co.) 
Syracuse, N.Y. 

BENEDICTINE SCHOOL FOR 
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 

Ridgely, Md. 

THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF 
AMERICA 

Washington, D.C. 

ARCHDIOCESE OF BOSTON 
Annual Stewardship Program 

DIOCESE OF BROOKLYN 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 


ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL 


Washington, D.C. 


DIOCESE OF ARLINGTON 


Arlington, Virginia 


ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


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Boston, Mass. { 


DIOCESE OF CAMDEN 


Camden, NJ. 


PROVIDENCE COLLEGE 


Providence, Rhode Island 


ST. MARGARET'S HOSPITAL 


Dorchester, Mass. 


BOYSVILLE OF MICHIGAN: 


Clinton, Michigan 


SERVITE HIGH SCHOOL ° 


Anaheim, Ca. 


MARYMOOM MANHATTAN COLLEGE 


New York, N 


CALVARY HOSPEFAL i 


Bronx, N.Y. 
SANTA MARIA LA NNT 
UNIVERSITY 

Panama City, Panama 


COLLEGE OF MT. ST. VINCENT 
Riverdale, N.Y 


QUEEN OF APOSTLES HIGH SCHOOL 


Madison, Wisconsin 


DIOCESE OF SPRINGFIELD 
Springfield, Mass. 


LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL 
Brookville, N.Y. 


ST. JOSEPH’S CATHOHIG 
HIGH SCHOOL Huntington, W Va. 


Member: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF FUND-RAISING COUNSEL 


The Martin J. Moran Company 
Fund-Raising « Public Relations Institutional Development 
* One Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10001 212/736-9550 


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Washington, D.C. Office: 200 North Glebe Road, Arlington, Virginia 22203 703/528-7377 


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THE OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY 1979 


Published Annually in May by P. J. KENEDY & SONS 
866 Third Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 - Phone: (212) 935-5640 
1979 Edition — List Price $49.50 


Business Services ‘Ppreciation must be 


° expressed for the num- 
for Subscribers ber and the quality of 


the advertisements in this issue. Without the revenue 
derived from this source, the price of The Directory to 
its subscribers would be prohibitive. The advertisers 
in the front and rear sections have been carefully se- 
lected and meticulously scrutinized to assure that their 
statements may be accepted with confidence. 


To be of greater service, the comprehensive Classified 
Buyers Guide contains 580 different product and ser- 
vice classifications. This enables one to find almost 
any product or service needed by church, school or 
institution as indexed in the thousands of source list- 
ings which follow. 


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Whenever you want to know ‘who makes it,” “who 
supplies it,” or “who can do it’”” — consult this Buyers 
Guide presented below for your greater convenience. 


Subscribers who make it a practice to study the Classi- 
fred Index and the advertisements to which it is the key, 
find it quickly solves their problems of supply, equip- 
ment and maintenance. 


There are firms who supply or seek to sell their pro- 
ducts and services to the Catholic Church, who are not 
acceptable as advertisers in these pages. Hence, the 
advertisers listed below can be consulted and utilized 
without hesitation and with confidence. 


Your mention of The Official Catholic Directory when 
responding to advertisements will be helpful to you as 
well as to the advertisers and the publishers. 


We proudly present this extensive and comprehensive 
Classified Buyers Guide as an aid and tool for your Ad- 
ministrators. 


Tuomas H. Watsu, Marketing Manager 





CLASSIFIED BUYERS GUIDE and 


Alphabetical Index to Advertisers Page L 


INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 


For Pages 1f to 40f—See FRONT Advertising Section—For Pages Ir to 42r—See REAR Advertising Section 


Page 
ABOVE-GROUND BURIAL 
Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans 
7 LOE 
ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS 
Anderson/Roethle & Associates, Inc., 
OO EELS SD MUL, 5 12r 
ACOUSTICS & ACOUSTICAL TREATMENT 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ...........:0000 40f 
ACTUARIES 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, ete. ................ 14f 


ADDRESSING & MAILING 

Official Catholic Directory, The, New York .......... 4lr 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN f 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY ..............0...+ 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 31r 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 

RTE cacy. atscecesscstesastssdacoseoevascsassvertevbavacvcuncvnesee 35r 
memey Co. Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY......:.:.ccces00.00c.00000 33r 





ADULT GAMES 
(See “Games, Fund-Raising”) 


ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES 


Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ..........:cc:00000 9r and 10r 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
NRE cz toysaseseasaxeiuvndsnsoduvassessonspsatsivonaoes 4ir 


AIRLINES & AIRLINE RESERVATIONS 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre 







ALTAR BOYS; CASSOCK RPLICES 


, Altar Boys’ ”’) 


Please refer to Page 41r for information on 


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ALTAR LINENS & LACES 
Almy & Son, Inc:'\Cx M5 Ry eis N Yiirovccccsccestvecchocsecessste llr 
HolyseandsArt ‘Co. New ck O6k 3.1 scscesicsssecorersccttssss.s 26f 


ALTAR RAILS & GATES 
ATS LitureicasMOIrris' PIAINSIOIN | treet 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 





Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 
Holy: Land Art: Co: News ¥ Or. ceni.ccststtrssectvenasesestoats 26f 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

Mal Wak Oe nf ccassrecsnunceotireccenastaanners 





Rambusch Decorating Co., New York 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ..............:c00000 25f 





ALTAR SAFES 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ ...........cccsccssasssaseess 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

MW Wark eee maccctrcccrtscseeresneasnicoeccattaxaacrea meas netaerreate 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY .. ae 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ...........cccc0 
Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, WI........ 6f 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ............:.:0:.c006- 25f 








ALTAR WINES 


Mont La Salle Vineyards, Napa, CA, ete. ..........0..... 17f 

Novitiate Wines,, Los Gatos, CA) ...ccc.cccsssccsscasspescasteee 4lr 
ALTARS 

Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ .............::cceseseseeseeees 13f 


Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
BVAMStonn STG ee ercconsccersed-anonscesacteccansets cas traster ee trcraees 

Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL 

Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 

Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 

Holy Land Art Co. New: YOrk iii ssecccccssccsessssesssssnectivess 26f 





KIRSTEIN BUSINESS 


Page 
Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX... 14r 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................. 39f 
Moroder—lInternational Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

Milwaukee vince cores pccsncnneceeor tar conon conto ensconced 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 

Drea << ofaee Rr een Reem tr oni Dae yg been Orr rere 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ..........:..:000 40f 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH - 

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Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W1........ 6f 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
PTACONIO ce cereccavseeacscosstcessvenexsasascooostccesabnesenasecdeskcnnensceeeoeuns Sr 


ALUMINUM PEW KNEELERS 
(See “Kneelers, Aluminum or Wood’’) 


AMPLIFICATION SYSTEMS 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA . 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.......... 30r 


AMPLIFIERS, CONFESSIONAL 
(See “Hearing Aids, etc.”) 





AMPLIFIERS, MUSICAL TOWERS, ETC. 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .............. 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA waton 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.......... 
Verdin Co., The Is T S©incinnath Otc. aav.cccstesanersenees 


ANGELUS RINGERS, ELECTRIC 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .............. 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA...........:000+ 
McShane Bell Foundry Company, Baltimore.... 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.......... 
Verdin Co: The I. T:, Cincinnati, te. ii ccnccrecsecectsnsns 





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ANNIVERSARY ENGRAVING 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
MA 


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Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY..............0. 39r 
ANNOUNCEMENT BOARDS—INDOOR & 
OUTDOOR 
39r 


Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ..........scsseseceeseesees 
Remey Co., Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY... ae 
Zax Corporation, Nashua, NH 





ANNOUNCEMENT FOLDERS 
(See “Printers & Church Printing”) 


ANNUITIES 
Development Direction, Inc., New York, etc. ........ 12f 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, ete. ................ 14f 


Moran Company, The Martin J., New York, etc. 


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ANTEPENDIA 
Almy & Son, Inc., C. M., 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York .. 
Holy Land Art Co., New York 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY 


Rye, NY Aone llr 
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Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ...........::0:::00++ 40f 
APPAREL, NUNS’ & PRIESTS’ 
Duffys& Quinn, New. York. aessntccstenannireetce Q7r 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Teauderdale uF lacair ccccctqcacascesesoc cues msronvresrenncnereeese 36r 
APPLIANCE SERVICE, GAS & ELECTRIC 
Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 





If it’s featured in this Guide — 
it’s right for your church! 


APPRAISALS, JEWELRY 
(See “Jewelers—all Types of Precious Metals’’) 


ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 
(See “Woodwork & Carved Wood”) 


ART EDUCATION MATERIALS 


Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ........:...00.0..... 9r and 10r 
ART METAL WARE 
(See “Ecclesiastical Metal Ware’’) 
ART, RELIGIOUS 
Holy Land Art Co., New York ...ccccccoscsccscssscssssccsssscsess 26f 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago ................ 25r 


Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
ARTISTS (COMMERCIAL) 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
IMA soca snceestatacs saceeeert vacccsnaltane concssavne th aeketeteuarcneeenre lr 
ARTISTS & DECORATORS 
‘Almy & Son) Inc: C..M > Rye, NYaaasscanne lir 
ATs Liturgicay Morris Plains. NJ). 13f 


Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 

Evanston, IL 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL 
Great Panes Stained Glass Artistry,, Calistoga, 


CA oe, Su accs lenssbesastescesseiseos otc 4f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ........... 8f and 9f 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ...........0.... 29f 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York .....ccccccceccessseseseseee 30r 
Hauser Studios of Stained Glass, Inc., Winona 

Ws Ra Aner tr OR OR a ei Pe BA A ane re 36r 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

Mil Wake acisscssnscpstscassnssssstenutrspesscasccatesse eee 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 


National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
TU SQUGS casssaicateasnss aavetttads tastes co csamrede om tastes con nents 16f 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo 





Rambusch Decorating Co., New York whic ieee ae ADE 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Reinarts Studios of Stained Glass, Winona, MN 

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Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W1........ 6f 





THE OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY 1979 


Page 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
ANNCOMIO sisvecsvcccaseuccsvevsderud svecsversteciovvacauevdsssecsetvecnsvstnctourenvare 5r 
wr Studios, Chestnut Hill, (Philadelphia), 
sauetesauhvsvebsubvottapavdeveuesuasucuuvaipavedsswavedauspesidexeapestaousevereve 22r 
wineericb's: Solon, (Cleveland), OH ..............:cc0 25f 
ASSOCIATION 
National Church Goods Association, Mount 
PEOSPECE) LL Divesvesetectesessstekevs ouscentacteunsereaetucvsusvseccussaceyes 32f 


ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 


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ATHLETIC TIMER CLOCKS 
Montgomery Manufacturing Company, Inc., 
Owensvilles TNipicccccccottreececoasternassanccumncetsanecimetss 2ir 


AUDIO VISUAL AIDS 
(See “Visual Education Aids’’) 


AUDITORIUM SEATING 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago .. 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 





AWARDS, PRINTED 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
MA 


AWARDS, SPECIAL & STANDARD 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo 


BALDACHINS 
(See “Marble Works,” “Ornamental Metal Work,” 
“Woodwork & Carved Wood”) 


BANQUET TABLES 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ...............c:cceceseeeeees 


BAPTISMAL FONTS 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston, IL 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.. 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ 





Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 
Holy Land Art Co., New York.................... 26f 
Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX.......... 7 L4r 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................. 39f 


Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

Milwaukee catincc.ccssccevsserscsckcanteonvetisessnscesventotesisiaverttricece 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY . a 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York 





Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 
. 6r 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH .................::0:000 25f 
BAPTISTRIES 
(See “Artists & Decorators”) 
BASKETBALL & SOFTBALL BACKSTOPS & 
EQUIPMENT 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 
POOL 
BAZAAR, FAIR & PICNIC GOODS 
Remey Co., Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY...............ccce00e0 33r 
BELL TOWERS 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ................ 37f 


BELLS OR BELL RINGERS, ELECTRIC 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .... 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA.............. 
McShane Bell Foundry Company, Baltimore. 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.......... 
Verdin’ Co:, The IT). Cincinnati, et@niiasc.canccsccnsacee 





BENCHES, ALL-PURPOSE 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .............c::cccccseesessees 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 


BEVERAGES 
Coca-Cola Company, The, Atlanta, GA, etc............. 
General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ................0 
BIBLE PUBLISHERS 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. 2f 


BENZIGERS Encino: CA etciiicsscciie 24f 
BICYCLE RACKS 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 
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BINDING MACHINES 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY 


BINGO CARDS & SUPPLIES 
All Star Bingo, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY, etc. .... 26r 


Marmatic Sales Co., Inc., Baltimore.................::000:0+ 20r 
BIRD BARRIERS & REPELLENTS 
Mid-Continental Waterproofing Co., Inc., Fort 
Scott, KS, ete. c.ccjsvcecatsetenesie eee tee enema en ivaey les 225 
BISHOPS’ REGALIA 
Ars Liturgica, Morris: Plains Nie e erence 13f 


Duffy & Quinn, New Yorke 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York. 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York 
Holy Land Art Co., New York.............:.:csecesee 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY . _ 
Sullivan. & Cai, Pi Warwicle, Ful seseersetcsnccacts tones 





BISHOPS’ RINGS & CROSSES 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York. 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo en 
Sullivan! & Co. Pe Warwiclkey Rijn tric. cticctiecscccs 





BLACKBOARDS, GLASS, SLATE, ETC. 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ..........:.ccccsecceseeeeesees 


BLANKETS 
Altman & Co., B., New York 


BOOK CASES, CABINETS & RACKS 
(See “Library Equipment & Furniture’’) 


BOOK CLUBS 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago 


BOOKLETS, DEVOTIONAL 
(See “Publishers, Periodicals & Pamphlets’’) 


BOOKLETS, PICTORIAL 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY ..................:- 


39r 


BOOKS, CHURCH RECORD 
(See “Church Record Books, Forms & Supplies’’) 


BOOKSELLERS 


Christian Classics, Inc., Westminster, MD... ee 
Consortium Books, Wilmington, IN Ce ee ecreneccece 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago 
National Church Goods Association, Mount 
Prospect, TLL. cic. jcesctieecn She eee eee nan 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN. 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ 








BRAILLE BIBLES 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. 


BRICK RENOVATION & STAINING 
(See “Maintenance, Building Exteriors’’) 


BRIDGE TABLES 
(See “Tables, Library, School & Folding’’) 


BROCADES & MATERIALS 
Almy & Son, Inc., C: Mi) RiyesINivecerecrerercestecsaczceversses llr 
Holy Land Art Co.; NG We VOR isms rere 26f 


BROCHURES 
(See “Printers & Church Printing’’) 


BRONZE FURNISHINGS 
(See “Artists & Decorators’) 


BRONZE TABLETS & MEMORIALS, ETC. 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 

Evanston, IL 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

Milwaukee .......0.ssssssesscssesennssaseraielantnntann 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo 
Willet Studios, Chestnut Hill, (hiiadeiphias 


Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH. 
Zax Corporation, Nashua, NH 


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BRUSHES, CLEANING 
(See “Floor Brushes’’) 


BUILDING CLEANING 
(See “Cleaning of Buildings, Exterior Masonry”) 


CLASSIFIED BUYERS GUIDE AND INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 


Page 
BULLETIN BOARDS FOR CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, 
ETC. 


Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .......ccccccceesceeeeeee 39r 
Mem eoOLPOravion, Nashua, NH ........ccccseccsccscesscessvereoes 29r 
BULLETINS, PARISH 
Catholic Envelope Service, Chester, WV ................ 17r 
Church Weekly, Inc., Brighton, MA .............ccceeee 38f 
Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. 
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Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN ................ 19f 
PaCS RCO INCH 9.) CHICAGO, ClCi.is.ccecscceescsscdessonees 26r 


Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 31r 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 
Rica ENR SMUT LTRTEUR Cotes iresatvnetiatscesecovadtecessocsisuucsaansceasassesnee 35r 


BURGLARY INSURANCE 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
MOD ERM PRIA A Merc pe cantata ee en che ntones hss nce cyade cans coivenesaicedsastaadsbutes lif 


BURIAL VAULTS, ABOVE-GROUND 
Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans 


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BUS TOURS 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY .................. 17r 
CABINET & OFFICE LOCKS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 


CABINETS, WOOD 
(See “Woodwork & Carved Wood’’) 


CAFETERIA COOKING EQUIPMENT—REPAIRS & 
SERVICE 


Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 


CAFETERIA TABLES & SEATING 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ......0....ccccceceseeeeeeee 39r 


CALENDARS & CALENDAR PADS 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ..................0. 9r and 10r 
Cathedral Envelope Company, Inc., Buffalo, NY 


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Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
TAROT eee ras acc tea cnc sncceskeatsnacecsiesavsesSasveaiccsesessosoeee 4lr 
BAaIMe NGOs TICs) J.19:5 CDICAGO, CLC. iiccscccccsescesosscseences 26r 


CAMPAIGNS FOR CHURCHES, HOSPITALS, 
SCHOOLS 
(See “Fund-Raising Counsel’) 


CANDIES, FUND-RAISING 
Ward Candy Company, Fund Raising Division, 
pany wdeyd ss ISS RO 27r 


CANDLE MANUFACTURERS 
Cathedral Candle Company, Syracuse, NY ............ 35f 
Diamond Candle Co., Inc., Newburgh, NY.. eis 
Lux Candle Company, Inc., Ipswich, SD................... 
Mack-Miller Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, New 





MPIC PICAD ORE LC Ee ores cct sas civics vscasescsesavsvecuscssedeesocsese Q27f 
Muench-Kreuzer Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, 

New Orleans, Los Angeles, CA........ccccccccscseseseseeeees ilsye 
Will & Baumer Candle Company, Inc., 

BVLACUSE) NCW YOLK, CLC. i.e. cesecscccesccasssersectversacsoseseces 1f 


CANNED GOODS 


General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ...........000:000 7f 


CARBONATED BEVERAGES 
Coca-Cola Company, The, Atlanta, GA, etc............. 30f 


CARD TABLES 
(See “Tables, Library, School & Folding’’) 


CARDS, GREETING 
(See “Greeting Cards, Religious”) 


CARILLONS 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ .........c.c.cccscssesssesseenes 13f 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH ... iit 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ..... 






Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA............. a PRAT 
McShane Bell Foundry Company, Baltimore............ 8r 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.. 30r 


Werdin Co., The I. T., Cincinnati, €tc........-..csccsseces-> of 
CARPETS, RUGS & LINOLEUM 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New YOrk .....ccccccccssscesesseseeseees 39r 
REST ACO B35 INC Wi YOLK coh csscssstcatsosescaatieccatetsnseess 21f 
National Church’ Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
TELS, se eerie a vse ene ERR Oe 16f 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
1 TS YTE EE passers mesa Ie Oper eee 5r 


CARVED & FACETED GLASS 
“2a Panes Stained Glass Artistry,, Calistoga, 


For Pages 1f to 40f—See FRONT Advertising Section 





Page 

CARVED OR FACETED GLASS 
ATS LAtureicanMOrris Fr lains: INQ vieceucierrie tee 13f 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ................ 37f 


Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston LO. atunaccstttetin erties wan et manienttree 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York. eine 
Hamers, Incs, Adriane NEW: York gia. tesssesstccecesnerse 
Hauser Studios of Stained Glass, Inc., Winona, 
N 





GaceravccvaduetinvvenucadacdWsorbtuseeesvs aber tovevantacasrarniausilawseseuduasanes 36r 
Hiemer & Company, Clifton) NJicccsssccsmerern ecco: 16r 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy 

ELS Cte Seo eee eas tecaaiseeees 16f 






Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ........... 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Reinarts Studios of Stained Glass, Winona, MN 


Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, Wie 6f 
Willet Studios, Chestnut Hill, (Philadelphia), 
PA ineapecavenntevy ¢vabnooves seaucbeetuenubivareunh snvuseoacucevasenvaauaievaiteeaeae 22r 


CARVED WOOD FURNISHINGS 
(See “Woodwork & Carved Wood”) 


CASSETTE TAPES 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ..........:cc:ccccseseseeseees 39r 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Audio Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 





Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ..............00000++ 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount | 











Vr IN, Ve cecesser es aeetecscessavctespiearsces te cksaocdeasscct saecuendh; 34r 
CASSOCKS (CLERGY) & CASSOCK MATERIALS 
Almy & Son, Inc., C. M., Rye, N’Y...... xe alle 
Duffy & Quinn, New York Oe ee 28 
Holy Land Art Co New York icseeccssrsscessocececescssetsomeece 26f 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Lauderdale Blass, ceapsctasse oie escorts eee 36r 
CASSOCKS & SURPLICES, ALTAR BOYS’ 
Almy SaSons IncsCs Ma RYENN Ya nrce ott cateess llr 
Duffy & Quinn, New York ae 
Holy Land Art Co., New York...........ccccccccscssesesseseneeeees 26f 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Waider dale Baye sete ccace- ve tesecevsscunucsoassacctuss teonoeacewees 36r 


CATECHETICAL TEACHING AIDS 
Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... ir 


American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Audio Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 

CO eo Pr Gute CEE Ed ORS Se eo 12r 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 


re Company Publishers, Wm. C., Dubuque, 
A 








Pe of St. pent: Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
BARE, INGs Des Plaines Uh iccccscscsscteaccesacsaeessnccsc ater? 24r 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ Gr 
Pueblo Publishing Co., New York ..........cccccccceeeeeseees 28r 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 

TOStAN BE OS ive scsstvsssvsscseteeee aatesne ke coase tees ates erect oes 37r 

CATECHISMS 

Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
DARE INCS Desi Plainess irs acccctcoettecetaeeceense 24r 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 

TOS ANIG EOS trcreracceca cp conssnercoectecctesaueesca nnclovonsnuonseetaahi 37r 


CATHOLIC LIBRARY SERVICE 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ..........:0.0:00 16r 


CATHOLIC TRAVEL 
(See “Travel Agents’) 


CAULKING 
(See “Waterproofing & Weatherproofing’’) 


CEMETERY CROSSES 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 


CEMETERY MANAGEMENT & SALES 


Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans , 
0 


CENSUS CARDS, PARISH 

Catholic Envelope Service, Chester, WV 17r 
Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY ............. ay AON 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN 19f 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 31r 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 

UGH cccacteccatpaascissustivan coepeoncovacacsasbucduonausvecee gartabseatesnecnetebeedes 35r 
Remey Co., Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY.........:ccccceeeees 33r 





CERAMIC MURALS 
(See “Artists & Decorators’’) 


CERTIFICATES 
Barnard, Roberts and Company, Inc., Baltimore, 

MADD evra ceascanosiensarscoassstocsa ec clacton a oe oeereatiere ante 3lr 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ................06 9r and 10r 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 

IMA Bese Pe cass cesses etovapsracthsi ci snsnacetpn cdehancab betes seaiteetianevenaane 4ir 




















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Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY wo... 20r 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY... 39r 
CHAIRS, FOLDING & SCHOOL 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ........ccccccccccceccesseeeeeee 39r 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago ..0.0000........ 29r 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
Wernoriy..N Yinisercer- tt comasteceecavtamanteatisrtussacy svccsustunis sate 34r 
CHAIRS, FOLDING & SEATING 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 
«Or 
CHALICES 
(See “Ecclesiastical Metal Ware’”’) 
CHALK BOARDS—COMPOSITION, PORTABLE & 
PERMANENT 
(See “Blackboards, Glass, Slate, etc.’’) 
CHANGEABLE LETTER BOARDS 
(See “Bulletin Boards for Church, School, etc.’’) 
CHAPEL CHAIRS WITH KNEELERS 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago ................ 29r 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................ 39f 
CHARCOAL 
Cathedral Candle Company, Syracuse, NY ............ 35f 
Diamond Candle Co., Inc., Newburgh, NY .. 28r 
Lux Candle Company, Inc., Ipswich, SD.................. 37r 
Mack-Miller Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, New 
York, Chicago, eteieveen nc. detain. ties Arana OTE 
Muench-Kreuzer Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, 
New Orleans, Los Angeles, CA....0......cccccsccceseeeeees 15r 
Will & Baumer Candle Company, Inc., 
Syracuse: New, Yorksetch s.r es 1f 


Cen, Cee, Ca, 


In your planning and projects, use 
the services of those who partici- 
pate in the presentation of your 
OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY. 


Cem, ee 


CHIME ACTIONS, ELECTRIC 
(See “Bells or Ringers, Electric’’) 


CHIMES 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .............. 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA................. 
McShane Bell Foundry Company, Baltimore 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.......... 
Verdin Co. Theil. F.. Cincinnatinetcr.. ss 





CHINA, HERALDIC 


Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ..0.0......c.cccccccccseseeesseseeeeeeeeee 23r 
CHINAWARE 
Altman 8 Con B.N GW. a YOLK eh ten cea nnraraserettasesetensees 21f 


CHOCOLATE PRODUCTS, FUND-RAISING 
Ward Candy Company, Fund Raising Division, 
ING Wi MOKKIN Vite octets ocak ner ter Gansasacosccthanteescated Q7r 


CHOIR COLLARS 
(See “Collars, Clergy, Choir, etc.’’) 


CHRISTMAS CARDS 


Barnard, Roberts and Company, Inc., Baltimore, 
MID i ascassatcarsessascteespetheresteasviveraasatiscactaeetooren tae aston 3lr 


MEA ae EPR coats adecs auth calasdz deta tuakcesassutoteneerdiiensesentesantes 
Leaflet Missal Company, The, St. Paul, MN Pe 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY ...........00000 





CHURCH & INSTITUTION SEALS 
Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY ..............ce10+ 20r 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY .................... 39r 


CHURCH BANKS 
Remey Co.) Inc Fe Ji; Mineola, NY itccccscccccscccesssccasss 33r 


For Pages Ir to 42r—See REAR Advertising Section 











nn Te EE 


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CHURCH CARPETING 
(See “Carpets, Rugs & Linoleum”) 


CHURCH DECORATORS 
(See “Artists & Decorators”) 


CHURCH ENVELOPES 
(See “Envelopes, Collection’’) 


CHURCH FURNITURE 


Alfax Industries; Inc? New? York-....csstamientnarercsre 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 







Bvanstonis ULiiexscncussccesnisicrenccaiteer eee neers 8r 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL..... 18f 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago . 5 PARE 
Holy Land Art Co., New York............ccccc0 26f 
Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX......... pe lay 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................. 390f 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

Mil Waukee isciecreteectrsesanctieestoeesceias sioarsk erin 20f 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 

MT COE CIS oscctuceev such ccearcnre renee rene nace fates eree paren ree OEE 16f 


Rambusch Decorating Co., New York 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 





Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
Antonio 


CHURCH GOODS & RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 
Almy'& Son; inc, CoM. Rye; Nixencncenetee seen 
Christianica Center, Chicago 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. 


= 34f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ 8f and 9f 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York .. ieee 
Holy Land Art Co., New York 
Leaflet Missal Company, The, St. Paul, MN .. 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY 
National Church Goods Association, Mount 
Prospect = TLD xceesscccsteee meee to ee oaaues aesaereenee 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo e. 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 









as 


Your needs can best be met 
by these listed firms that have 


a particular desire to serve you. 
SS HS SS 


CHURCH GOODS ASSOCIATION 


National Church Goods Association, Mount 
POS POC tp UL Ua gate seceetavcnscesvacsessh ous teev eee eeeereeeaeee 


CHURCH INSURANCE 


Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
Omaha 


CHURCH LIGHTING 
(See “Lighting Fixtures, Church”) 


CHURCH PRINTING 
(See “Printers & Church Printing”) 


CHURCH RECORD BOOKS, FORMS & SUPPLIES 
Catholic Envelope Service, Chester, WV 
Cyril-Scott Company, The, Lancaster, OH 
Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. 


Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY .........ccccccceee 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN. ee 
Paluch’Co; Inc, J) S:, (Chica gonetcn, «asccennteosnes 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 
CLG) ss Soacccsssnancavbscosataceestpausesvecabienyschecdsi GeokastpeercarsuaeeaneeS 35r 
Remey Co., Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY 








CHURCH SEALS 


Remey Co; Inc= K.J= Mineola. NYcie sana ene 33r 
CHURCH WINDOW REPAIRS 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ..........0.. 37f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston slo ea as ee tee acd noes 8r 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.......0......00. 18f 








THE OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY 1979 


Page 
Great Panes Stained Glass Artistry,, Calistoga, 
GAs eatectasssveiver vaste getudiven ties hcm seer reer ne seen neentrinre 4f 
Hauser Studios of Stained Glass, Inc., Winona, 
te dabdecdaie ayuda nsuda stem snctusstvavasel aeensatebrateccvet anes sscohece tear tert 36r 
Hiemer & Companys Clitton: NJ cnawieesere 16r 


National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
Dy, GUC Ree er pene canteen ee ee ance sats 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York a 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Reinarts Studios of Stained Glass, Winona, MN 





Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
ANTONIO ees cates presieirevrien Coase haces os renee utes sche cteoetari onto 


ef 5 Caeser Poe Re Creitech Pepe Peen Een See ar CE 


CIBORIA 
(See “Ecclesiastical Metal Ware’’) 


CLASS RINGS & CLASS PINS 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo 


CLASSROOM SEATING 
(See “School Seats, Desks & Furnishings”) 


CLASSROOM TIMING CLOCKS 
Montgomery Manufacturing Company, Inc., 
OWenSVIlLE WIN eistece. cincape cece sacs oe eee roctnectodeiexes 
CLEANING COMPOUNDS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ........0....:ccsssssseseeeees 


CLEANING OF BUILDINGS, EXTERIOR 
MASONRY 
Mid-Continental Waterproofing Co., Inc., Fort 
Scott, KS; ete: wcisiecscccacteviecssscuitottncscacsacentotetteteeveccaazxe 22r 


CLEANING OF CHURCH DECORATIONS, 
MARBLES, FRESCOES, ETC. 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston, TL iicccccacsccronssecrestcvetrssevcrtecshetaraiscccssvensaeieancess 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
| Dg ere ne ron ere Ee Ra oi 16f 


Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ..........c:ccc000 40f 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
AMIE ONO Bancecovesscntccsctonioatconses dessonticcnanstrnisktensaneerscnennenertants or 
CLERICAL CLOTHING 
Aimy & Sons ne} CaM RVe.N Yar yess cn eee hit 


Duffy & Quinn, New York 





Holy Land Art Co., New York... 266 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Lauderdale. Plas sector etree sateen tise 36r 
CLERICAL COLLARS & CUFFS 
llr 


Almy.&-Son;Inci C2 Ms Rye. NY sesnecsseenieens 
Duffy & Quinn, New York ee 
Holy Land Art Co., New York 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Lauderdale; Flas, pone ee eee 





CLOCKS & CLOCK SYSTEMS 
Montgomery Manufacturing Company, Inc., 
Owensville; IN 2a: ee ee eae 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ................... 
Verdin Co., The I. T., Cincinnati, etc 





CLOTHING, CLERGY 
(See “Clerical Clothing”) 


COATS OF ARMS 
Neumann) Jewelers) Ol6dO2 a. manos eres 


Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY. 
Sullivan & Co., P., Warwick, RI 





COATS, NUNS’ & PRIESTS’ 


Duffy... Quinny News VOrkeereneas crear 27r 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Lauderdale Flas ei eereees or ee eens 36r 
COFFEES & TEAS 
General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ................... foe 


COLLARS, CLERGY, CHOIR, ETC. 





Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 


Mauderdales Harare cicstsracssssressGasttertissms tot reissattene 36r 
COLLATORS 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY ...................20:+- 31f 
COLLECTION BASKETS 
Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY .......cccceeee 20r 
Remey Co., Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY..........ccsssesessssess 33r 


COLLECTION ENVELOPES 
(See “Envelopes, Collection, etc.”) 











Page 
COLLECTION RECORD SYSTEM 
Cathedral Envelope Company, Inc., Buffalo, NY 
. 4r 
Catholic Envelope Service, Chester, WV ................ 17r 
Cyril-Scott Company, The, Lancaster, OH .............. 23r 


Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. 


Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY .........ccccece 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN 
Paluch Co., Inc., J/Ss@hicage; etemreiesueceenn 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 
CUC. sccisecssnescscnceovesccuvedeuenssesauevviiphenenennperdteverttcetverssvexsdvescsoece 35r 
Remey Co., Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY.........0..ccccceeeeees 33r 





COLOR SLIDES, RELIGIOUS, ETC. 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ 


COMMUNION & GALLERY RAILINGS 
(See “Church Furniture”) 


COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUMS 
Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans 
. 10f 


COMPUTER SERVICES 
(See “Collection Record System’’) 


CONCENTRATED FOODS, JUICES & SOUPS 


General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY 


CONCRETE & MASONRY RESTORATION 
(See “Maintenance, Building Exteriors”) 


CONDUCTED TRAVEL & TOURS 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY 


CONFECTIONERY, FUND-RAISING 
Ward Candy Company, Fund Raising Division, 
New: York, N.Y. 22. stick.eaeecsrataetneani tirade htetianivad Q7r 


CONFESSIONAL HEARING AIDS 
(See “Hearing Aids, etc.”’) 


CONFESSIONALS 
(See “Woodwork & Carved Wood”) 


CONFRATERNITY PROGRAMS 
BENZIGER,, Encino; (CAy ete isees se eceperes onc toracce ss 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA 
Paluch Co., Inc., J. S., Chicago, etc.. 4 
Pueblo Publishing Co., New York 





CONSULTANTS, INSURANCE, ETC. 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
Omaha. ...csscsiesedicccceceasge sess nace eee es intentesaene 
Development Direction, Inc., New York, etc. 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, ete. ................ 14f 





CONSULTANTS, INTERIOR DESIGN 
(See “Interior Decorating”) 


CONSULTANTS, MANAGEMENT 
Anderson/Roethle & Associates, Inc., 


Milwaukee Wissccsachicsie enter norman accented 12r 

CONTRIBUTION BOARDS 

Zax Corporation, Nashua iit ameaner castes 29r 
CONVENT SUPPLIES 

Hamers, Inc., Adrian Nev On lorinnttee sens 30r 

Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
COOKING EQUIPMENT—SERVICE & REPAIRS 

Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 
COPYING MACHINES 

Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY ............:::::000+ 31f 
CORK BULLETIN BOARDS 

(See “Bulletin Boards, etc.”) 
CROSSES & CRUCIFIXES, WALL 

Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains Nese ee 13f 

Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ................ 37f 


Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston, IL 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York ................. 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 








Mil Waukee .....cccssscssoonesssonsessnsneseuyiyel tint GetSaEEI EDRs nEEeRenER nee 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ............cs0000+ 40f 
Raventos International Corp., New York, ete......... 32f 

CROSSES FOR STEEPLES 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ............... 37f 


Buy the products and services advertised in THE OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY 


CLASSIFIED BUYERS GUIDE AND INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 


Page 


CRUISES 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY .................. 17r 


CRYPTS, ABOVE-GROUND 


Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans 
. 10f 


CUSHIONS, KNEELING, SEAT & COMMUNION 
RAIL 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago 
Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX.......... 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 


wees (OF 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH... 25f 
CUSTOM FENESTRATION 
(See “Stained Glass”’) 


DAMASKS 





DECORATORS, CHURCH 
(See “Artists & Decorators”) 


DEMOGRAPHIC STUDIES 


Anderson/Roethle & Associates, Inc., 
USES ee 12r 


DEPARTMENT STORE 
PAM ERYSIATA GC. (5055 51 INE WY OLK.tissctecscsovsisensscsessessesesceaeeee 21f 


DESKS, SCHOOL OR OFFICE 
(See “School Seats, Desks & Furnishings’”’) 


DESSERTS 
General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ................... (hi 


DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS 
Brandt Associates, Inc., Hank, Tucson, AZ, 
RSREATSOYG IN Wh eet asercde cel cach saniericoassashvssaitessexecaqesinenseosess 7r 
Development Direction, Inc., New York, etc. ........ 12f 
Moran Company, The Martin J., New York, etc. 


PME RRS Ieee Sect vapoassesstcecsoyserssseenseat Inside Front Cover 


DEVOTIONAL STANDS 
Mack-Miller Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, New 
BRE RMMRETSI CAD TOL C IB eee co tcucssentgupssnvcecensssevesscsecessvaces 27£ 


DINNERWARE, PLASTICS, ETC. 
(See “Kitchen Equipment & Utensils”) 






DIPLOMAS 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
a ee ee cee ere venaainsesasiecasarsasscesvecosseves 4ir 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY.................... 39r 
DIRECT MAIL LISTS 
Official Catholic Directory, The, New York .......... 4lr 
DIRECTORIES, CHANGEABLE LETTER 
(See “Bulletin Boards, etc.’’) 
DISABILITY INCOME PLANS 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, etc. ................ 14f 
DISINFECTANTS 
(See “Cleaning Compounds’) 
DIVING BOARDS 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 
OOF, 
DONOR PLAQUES 
(See “Contribution Boards”) 
DOOR LOCKS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 
DOORS & APPOINTMENTS, CHURCH 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ................ 37f 
DOORS, ALL TYPES (MANUAL & ELECTRICAL) 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ................ 37f 
DOSSALS 
mary Ge SON, Inc:, C. M., Rye, NY.:iccsc.sscsesorssscscenecsese lir 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ ................. aa of 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York. . 29f 
Holy Land Art Co., New York........ccccscsssesesesees 26f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY . an hsb 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York .........:::0000+ 40f 
DUPLICATOR MACHINES 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY .........:c:c:e0e000++ 31f 


For Pages 1f to 40f—See FRONT Advertising Section 





Page 


EASTER VIGIL CANDLES 
(See “Candle Manufacturers”) 


ECCLESIASTICAL METAL WARE 
Almy & Son; Inc:; @iM.; Rye; NYivisseitsccccscvdecesescseres llr 





Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ ............... 13f 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL................0. 18f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and 9f 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................ 29f 


Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York 5 
Holy Land Art Co: NEw. Y Ors revcsssscoxssspe-cassesscosseeecsset 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 
Milwaukee iii, cioicccscssosssanscdeovactuaqgavetisunaetaccsats 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, N 








Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ...........:ccccceeeee e 

Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ........c.::ccc00 

Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 

Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ..............ccc0c00 25f 
EDUCATIONAL 

American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 


“et Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 
| ee ee ee re een eT Na IE ER te ea eS 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore 
Brown Company Publishers, Wm. 
TA 5 sccadesaseteheccccsdasssacsdes Meine ha eivwaleeiattalonss 
BENZIGER, Encino, CA, etc............ccsecceeeeee 
Christian Classics, Inc., Westminster, MD 












Consortium Books, Wilmington, NC..............::cc0008 15f 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, ete. ...... 23f 
Fides/Claretian, Notre Dame, IN .............:c:ceseeeees 19r 
FARE, INC] Des Plaines, TE ci sconccccccvsesesvsacsece .. 24r 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA .. 45 SPAS 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ...........0008 16r 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 

TOS ANP OV OS aoe ccathacecccestonescven saci evscustceuvinccatseapeavetunitesnsece 37r 

EDUCATIONAL AIDS, VISUAL 

Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ...........:ccccccseseeseeeeees 39r 
Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL....... 2ir 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, ete. ...... 23f 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA ............ 32r 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ..........:::c0008 16r 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 

Wernons NY. cctischicccssasarveocscacoscectens eve sursvenens esvenvostess sarees 34r 


EDUCATIONAL TESTS 
BENZIGER Encino, CA, Cte cesccssccsccctctenecossscsnecatarsonnee 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA 





ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT SERVICE 
Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 


ELECTRIC VOTIVE LIGHTS 
Automatic Votive Light Corporation, The, 
Brooklyn, NY sscccessntactesocctstesscsssseceserteses 
Core Metal Products, Inc., Chicago 





ELECTRICAL BELL RINGERS 
(See “Bells or Bell Ringers, Electric’’) 


ELECTRONIC ORGANS 
Baldwin Piano & Organ Company, Cincinnati...... 28f 


EMBOSSING 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY ............000 39r 


EMBROIDERY FOR ALTARS & VESTMENTS 
Almy & Son, Inc., C. M., Rye, NY....... ye dale 





Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ _ ............. 13f 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York .. a DAR 
HolyelandsArtiCow NOW: OV iisceemeiretl cersetiecrsersscasc 26f 
EMERGENCY EXIT LOCK 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN................. 13r 
ENGRAVED SIGNS 
(See “Bronze Tablets & Memorials, etc.’’) 
ENGRAVING, PRECIOUS METAL 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ...........cccccccceccescesceseeeeenenee 23r 
ENGRAVING, STEEL & COPPER PLATE 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
IMA. as cesscccssascsvncsvaisasuscsvscaessuancenssecevsvvexessvsceyrensuarespeccecBeansta 4lr 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY... 39r 
ENTERTAINMENT, FUND-RAISING 
Marmatic Sales Co., Inc., Baltimore ..........cccceeeees 20r 
ENTOMBMENT CRYPTS, MAUSOLEUM 
Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans 
10 
ENVELOPES, COLLECTION, ETC. 
Cathedral Envelope Company, Inc., Buffalo, NY 
spat 
Catholic Envelope Service, Chester, WV ............08 17r 
Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. : 
34 


Globe Envelope Company, The, Richmond, VA .. 14r 
Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY.......... Aes 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN 











Paluch’Go:. Inc.7159,,,C hicag0, 6tConan vinvaniesi 26r 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 31r 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 

GE Ca peas acy acces sovcsctavecuastatiicdus dvossuaselenisasciitastevsanucedveevoos unc ae? 35r 
Remey Co., Inc., F. J., Mineola, NY 






FACETED GLASS WINDOWS 
(See “Stained Glass’”’) 


FACSIMILE IMAGER 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY .............:...006- 31f 


FILM, 8MM OR 16MM, EDUCATIONAL & 
ENTERTAINMENT 


American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 


FILM, 8MM. OR 16MM., EDUCATIONAL & 
ENTERTAINMENT 


Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... 2ir 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA ............ 32r 


FILMSTRIPS, EDUCATIONAL 
Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... 2ir 


American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, ete. ...... 23f 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA ............ 32r 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ..0........0cc0000 16r 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 
BOSTANSCIOS iavcre ccntzestie ects tctrcanoneeacue teed santeeseeeriresgedett 37r 


FINANCIAL CAMPAIGNS 
American City Bureau/Beaver Associates, 


Rosemont Lie eesnesccsce oes cae ea eae neserectan st chennetttanancecensene 33r 
Brandt Associates, Inc., Hank, Tucson, AZ, 
BSD Ore seINYecrctstes care tacs ectctaemn cea see cost vucgoteresnssnesonierede 7r 


Community Counselling Service Co., Inc., New 
York, Chicago, San Francisco, etc. 
ey pee ee eee rr Ge Outside Rear Cover 


Development Direction, Inc., New York, ete. ........ 12f 
Havey Fund-Raising Management, Inc., 
Mil Wael k Ce riers secre eee areata ce taceuvi cus sadactemectdasntanees lr 


Mayes International, Inc., Dallas, TX, etc. 
a sCis ache gece TR erates itis oe Inside Rear Cover 
McCarthy and Associates, Inc., John V., West 
Bloomfield, MI, San Francisco ...0...........:ccseeseesseees 42r 
Moran Company, The Martin J., New York, etc. 


sada gta and aea tes Oaaeen Sere tosses ene eed Inside Front Cover 





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Better your Institution — buy from 
your Supplier listed here! 


FINANCIAL SERVICES 


Anderson/Roethle & Associates, Inc., 
Milliwatu kee: Weer a irccsceercssorecre ett vascacarannttnns nerenees 12r 


FINE ARTS INSURANCE 


Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
Orin ae ee ec accartentcaesteetag ceciancantnncoues lif 


FIRE INSURANCE 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
CO rvnica bn aia pata ccs cee saicare choix ee canncntnccinasiieananten llf 


FLAGS & FLAG POLES 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 
aol 


FLATWARE 
(See “Silverware”’) 


FLEXIBLE SEATING 
(See “Stacking Chairs’’) 


FLOOR BRUSHES 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .........:cccccceceesereneesees 39r 


FLOOR COVERING OR CARPETS 
(See “Carpets, Rugs & Linoleum’’) 


FLOOR FINISHES & POLISHES 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .............cecceeseseeeeeees 39r 


For Pages Ir to 42r—See REAR Advertising Section 





FLOOR MACHINES & EQUIPMENT 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ........csesseesesseeseees 


FOLDERS, PICTORIAL 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ................06 


FOLDING & PORTABLE CHAIRS 
(See “Chairs, Folding & School”) 


FOLDING DOORS 
(See “Doors, All Types, etc.”’) 


FOLDING MACHINES 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY .........::c:0cee0 


FOLDING OR PORTABLE ORGANS 
Moller, Inc., M. P., Hagerstown, MD..............:cccce0 


FOLDING TABLES 
(See “Tables, Library, School & Folding”) 


FONTS, BAPTISMAL 
(See “Baptismal Fonts’’) 


FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT—REPAIRS & 
SERVICE 


Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 


FOODS 


General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ...............008 


FRESCOING 
(See “Artists & Decorators”) 





If it’s featured in this Guide — 
it’s right for your school! 


FRUIT JUICES, CONCENTRATED 


General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY .................... TE 


FUND RAISING SUPPLIES 


Commemorative Publishing Co., Norfolk, VA........ 40r 
FUND-RAISING COUNSEL 
American City Bureau/Beaver Associates, 
Rosemonity: Uarads ccsicpcrctsccenase cect ocarespeienaare ees 33r 


Brandt Associates, Inc., Hank, Tucson, AZ, 

Bellmore NY.cces ee eee ree averse ereernsees 7r 
Community Counselling Service Co., Inc., New 

York, Chicago, San Francisco, etc. 
Outside Rear Cover 


Development Direction, Inc., New York, ete. ........ 12f 
Havey Fund-Raising Management, Inc., 
Mi] Wa kee iriiss iis sini esscates athena ct Besta soda anetia lr 


Mayes International, Inc., Dallas, TX, etc. 
aaa chaais favs ivcavsoneroeveseisdsstveudeestevvocseateats Inside Rear Cover 
McCarthy and Associates, Inc., John V., West 
Bloomfield, MI, San Francisco .............:scsesseeseseess 
Moran Company, The Martin J., New York, etc. 


Sasa awSveubutpn he esans gesnssee sat desune comets ae anawanee Inside Front Cover 


FUND-RAISING SUPPLIES 
All Star Bingo, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY, etc. .... 26r 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 
Cathedral Envelope Company, Inc., Buffalo, NY 
Catholic Envelope Service, Chester, WV ............0 
Cyril-Scott Company, The, Lancaster, OT 5 
Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. 


Lat 
Globe Envelope Company, The, Richmond, VA .... 14r 
Marmatic Sales Co., Inc., Baltimore............::::00000+ 20r 


Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY. 
Paluch Co., Inc., J. S., Chicago, etc.......... Ke 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY ..........:....0+: 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 
OE a castocicanuaxnacnrthansbexonsvssaternahlantsnte tes tenecere® sascestapeeste eee 35r 





Remey C€o:; Inc), F.J.,, Mineola; NY i tcssesssccsaasscasene 33r 
Ward Candy Company, Fund Raising Division, 

New. York Nyse ur eee are 27r 
Zax Corporation: Nashita, NH Giasieciccctectoscearasescaseesces 29r 





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Page 
FURNITURE FOR RECTORIES & CONVENTS 
Alfax Industries, Incl), NEw -¥ Or sicsu-cvscssrtcesesverees 39r 
Altman: 8: Coi~ BS N@wicy OF Kisses t cseectssscssevs eatinny ase 21f 
FURNITURE, RECTORIES & CONVENTS 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
Vernon NY wisconsin ce restaste utters aan ereeseaemesoareenes 34r 


GAMES, FUND-RAISING 
All Star Bingo, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY, etc. .... 26r 


Marmatic Sales Co., Inc., Baltimore...............::00000+ 20r 
GAS EQUIPMENT SERVICE 

Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 
GATES 

(See “Altar Rails & Gates’’) 
GIFT ITEMS 

Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 

Commemorative Publishing Co., Norfolk, VA........ 40r 

Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ...........ccccccccssesceeeseseesesessees 23r 


GLASS, ORNAMENTAL, STRUCTURAL & STORM 
Ars: Liturgica, MOrris) Plaines INGieseseeercectesteceeeen 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA................ 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 


Evanston, [ticaccinccoscevomesasenveevceucncciesnanscvanssecunnaevesrenvecnts 8r 
Great Panes Stained Glass Artistry,, Calistoga, 
as na dis awsts desi nines cob cecasee ery ttaet staat tener nee arora eto 4f 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 
Hauser Studios of Stained Glass, Inc., Winona, 
Leable aap SRA Oa ea oe SET TG TE 36r 


N 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
WU QU iceskic cccscacaascaabs ccesoscaveaccanscausecceicasatvesdenatoestetvesandiease 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 
wee Studios, Chestnut Hill, (Philadelphia), 





GLASS, ORNAMENTAL, STRUCTURAL & STORM 
GLASS 


Reinarts Studios of Stained Glass, Winona, MN 


= 2or 
GLASSWARE 
Altman) 8'Cor. Ba New cy orkceecee teem seetevenantriares 21f 
Lux Candle Company, Inc., Ipswich, SD................... 37r 
GOLD LEAFING 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ...........:..:.0:005 40f 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
PNTACOTAIO os cerca ese apasses scares cvdeauctesstecs ghatecsaera ces ceetereeatneacderis or 
GOLDSMITHS & GOLD PLATERS 
(See “Ecclesiastical Metal Ware’’) 
GREETING CARDS, RELIGIOUS 
Barnard, Roberts and Company, Inc., Baltimore, 
DD sissacesaawceanes caus cs evens doteiesseepsanee woeahoctedeenta Shueteus seeevastiosvars shire 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ....................- 9r and 10r 


Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
IEA Sastotsctcos a ooa ce cr anarteeie tee nee ert area ie anncareemineees 

Leaflet Missal Company, The, St. Paul, MN 

Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY...............0 





GROTTOES & SHRINES 
Almy  & Son, Ine: (CM Rye NY. nore aeeceicess llr 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ ............. cs 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL. 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ........... 








Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................ 29f 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

MAL WaAUIKCS aisctcessencectencutccustcescoosu cs cettagsctucveskecicentcsevecteee 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY . = 18r 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ............:.ccccccceeceeeeee cee BSS 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ...........::000008 40f 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 





Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W1........ 6f 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ...............c:00008 


GROUP TRAVEL 
(See “Travel Agents’’) 





GYMNASIUM EQUIPMENT 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 
.. oor 


HANDBELLS 
(See “Bells or Bell Ringers, Electric’’) 


HARDWARE, LOCKS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 


HEALTH INSURANCE 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, ete. ........0....... 14f 


HEARING AIDS—CONFESSIONALS & PEWS 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.......... 


HERALDIC DESIGNS 


Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ...........:ccccccescesseseeseeseeseeseees 23r 
Sullivan’6/Co.n Pi, Warwick Fl gacscscctayssesnstisccecteaaess 


Published by P. J. Kenedy & Sons 








Page 


HOLY LAND TOURS 
(See “Travel Agents’’) 


HOMILY SERVICE 
Audio Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 
OTL vcissccscseseavescsnccsssous vent elOe iV seer ean etae aa engt eaten teste sets 


HONOR ROLL PLAQUES & BOARDS 
Alfax Industries, Inc; N@W: VOrk cnnecctcescererccrecsess. 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ................ : 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ate 
Zax Corporation, Nastitvay thie serete erverniane 





HOSPITALIZATION 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, ete. ................ 14f 


HOUR CHIMES 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .............. 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA................ aan 
McShane Bell Foundry Company, Baltimore.. 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA 





HYMNALS 
American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL .........00....... 38r 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................. 19f 


INCENSE 

Cathedral Candle Company, Syracuse, NY .... 
Diamond Candle Co., Inc., Newburgh, NY....... sai 
Lux Candle Company, Inc., Ipswich, SD................... 
Mack-Miller Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, New 

York, Chicago; set teegicc.teecemerceee teas cer eo eatin tas aac esovevene Q7f 
Muench-Kreuzer Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, 

New Orleans, Los Angeles, CA.........:.cccccscesesseseseeees 
Will & Baumer Candle Company, Inc., 

Syracuse? New: YOrks tee oe rorrercotescectandcsstucasstsvossanears 1f 





INSTITUTION SUPPLIES 
Altman’ & Co, Bay NG v7 VOr ke caaterccsactecetcoocscrctscecscsscsne 


INSTITUTIONAL & CHURCH FINANCING 
(See “Financial Campaigns” and/or “Financial 
Services”) 


INSTITUTIONAL FOODS 


General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY .................0... 7f 


INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 
(See “Teaching Aids”) 


INSURANCE 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
Ormahad isiccccieecrscsavasnleshnctheten aeneeteee peatepeseeceecens sracasenaser 
Development Direction, Inc., New York, etc. ....... 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, Cte Go ae | 14f 





INSURANCE APPRAISAL 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 


Omaha .......<occdssdesueasetuhasthnatcte see es eeitaaseaanane sec eadevarenaaseane 1lf 
INTERIOR DECORATING 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plainsa IN eens 13f 


Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston, IL, .iccicccccestssresteeeaee eee ee TE 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL. 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ .......... 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA. 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, N 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
TL, CC. ....cccscescexcosssceessienneree tee tete ane Eten ene nett ane 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York .............. a 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
Antonio saseuciescuseniiesdiescsqeb'ses ge ete Cette BaD eee Maen neeerer eran faa Sr 











sacctosssoccnstessconseddenecth'sacelsuuns GGanaSEeNSUREIOS Ta EEEEREERIEE ane aaeEe nS 22r 
Winterich’ s, Solon, (Cleveland) fi OMe cate 25f 
INVITATIONS ENGRAVED 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................-.- 9r and 10r 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
MA... .sssscceecnssenecssnconcassenssines savtetens SERENE aE IEeSnEn Ease 4lr 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY ................... 39r 
IRELAND PILGRIMAGES 
(See “Travel Agents’’) 
IRON : 
(See “Wrought Iron Work”) 
JANITOR SUPPLIES 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New YOrkesssssneeeneenneee 39r 
JEWELERS—ALL TYPES OF PRECIOUS JEWELS 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ...........cscssesescsscecsceneereeseees 23r 
KEY CONTROL SYSTEMS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 


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CLASSIFIED BUYERS GUIDE AND INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 


Page 


KNEELER CHAIRS 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago ... 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA 





KNEELER CONTROLS & SILENCERS 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................. 39f 


KNEELERS, ALUMINUM OR WOOD 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .0........ccccceeeeeseeee 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago ... 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA 





LACES 
(See “Altar Linens & Laces’’) 


LAMPS & FLUORESCENT TUBES, GUARANTEED 
Wilsax mndustries, Inc:, New YOrk .........c<...cscccssseocee- 39r 


LANTERNS, CHURCH 
(See “Lighting Fixtures, Church”) 


LEADED GLASS 
(See “Stained Glass’”’) 


LEATHER GOODS 
(See “Luggage & Leather Goods’’) 








LECTERNS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .0.......cccccccceeseeseeeeee 39r 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and 9f 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 
Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX........ . 14r 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA....... 39f 


Raventos International Corp., New York, ae. 32f 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 


Or 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
A Dee Ch NIN ook BE 34r 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH .........0.0.ccc0c0 25f 
LECTURE SERVICE 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago ................ 25r 
LETTERING MACHINES 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY ..............:.0000+ 31f 
LIABILITY INSURANCE 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
(OCT | BD id, a re llf 


LIBRARY EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ..........ccccccsceseseeeeees 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ.. 5 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 

RERUN OM Ye eo sc ccnnncas'soncossevesenasasosesnsse 34r 





LIBRARY SERVICE 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ .........c:cc0000008 16r 


LIGHTING FIXTURES, CHURCH 
mreaturegica, Morris Plains, NJ ......:::.:.ssssssessesseese- 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL........0.0.00.... 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ........... 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York 





McFadden Lighting Company, Inc., St. Louis ........ 34r 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 

ORIENT eo esc isciascis cecteesscsassncesoessesinsosessovaiedsuovanss 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ............cc:00000 40f 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... S2f 
Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W1........ 6f 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH .......ccccceeeees 25f 

LINENS 


(See “Altar Linens & Laces”) 


LINENS, HOUSEHOLD 





Reumererena tie 0.,1B., NCW YOLK .:..:0.03:s0s00cesescessrereecesesereee 2if 
LISTS, MAILING 

Official Catholic Directory, The, New York .......... 4lr 
LITURGICAL BOOKS 

American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL ........0.0000.. 38r 

BEMZIGER, ENcino, CA, €fC........ccscsccessosssosesessessoneees 24f 

Consortium Books, Wilmington, NC.........::.c::000000- 15f 

Fides/Claretian, Notre Dame, IN ........cccccsesceseeseseeeess 19r 

Baton CO., Inc., J. S,, Chicago, CtC.,...css.ccscsororeoseroese 26r 

Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ........cccccceee00 16r 

Pueblo Publishing Co., New York .......ccccecceeseseesessese 28r 

Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 

0 CUES ECDSA Sea Rai le ioe eee oe a 37r 


LITURGICAL CANDLES 
(See “Candle Manufacturers”) 


LITURGICAL MUSIC 
(See “Music, Choir & Organ”) 


For Pages If to 40f—See FRONT Advertising Section 








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LOCK MAINTENANCE & SECURITY SYSTEMS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN .................. 13r 


LOCKER ROOM EQUIPMENT 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 


EeOor 
LOCKING DEVICES 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 
LOCKSETS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 
LOURDES PILGRIMAGES 
(See “Travel Agents”) 
LUGGAGE & LEATHER GOODS 
DULY, G7 Quint eNe wey Orkamren tee ecto ers Q7r 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Lauderdale’ Flac neeeee hotest 36r 


LUNCHROOM EQUIPMENT 
(See “Cafeteria & Lunchroom Equipment”) 


MAGAZINES 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, ete. ...... 23f 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago ................ 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN.... 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ .............0000000 





MAIL ORDER SPECIALTIES 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 


MAILING LISTS & ADDRESSING 
Official Catholic Directory, The, New York .......... 4ir 


MAINTENANCE CHEMICALS 
AlfaxiIndustries: inc. News YOK. cesses. srcrersesieess 39r 


MAINTENANCE, BUILDING EXTERIORS 
Mid-Continental Waterproofing Co., Inc., Fort 
SCOLER KS Ol Cee cree ers tren ceereseranoterenances 22r 


MARBLE WORK 
Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans 


Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ ............:ccccscesceseeseeee 13f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 

BVanstoOn le cctercscvbesssactovsasssttesos ess dcticsene sv caceencate ven eee 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL........ 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York .... 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................. 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 





Mil wank eee ete tarete tee nates crcsk to triscoeanenacins 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............. 18r 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy 







DECC ee ee ee. nc 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 


Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W1........ 6f 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 

VA TICONIO eacenatrece srcccecvacuae ove cicienneesonnameueupartcavschewonesarscsouanene Sr 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ..............ccccee8 D258 


MASONRY MAINTENANCE & REPOINTING 
(See ’Maintenance, Building Exteriors’) ) 


MASS BOOKLETS 


American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL .................. 38r 
Barton-Cotton, Inc: Baltimore spaces 9r and 10r 


Leaflet Missal Company, The, St. Paul, MN .......... 35r 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN an 

Paluch Co., Inc., J. S., Chicago, etc............. Pa 
Pueblo Publishing Co., New York ..........:.ccccccseesseeees 








MASS CARDS 
Barnard, Roberts and Company, Inc., Baltimore, 
MADD Soeeeoascrtaves co ectaas vedios sdousoanceivcantetortonenst tonal odio avciseuaearnts 3lr 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 
A eaeeceecc cate con cdaantoscn nie asectacunasnnsccceseverdsucecececeteanwoncchreveste 4lr 
Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY ..... raeeOr, 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY. se oor 
Remey Co:, Inc:, F2 J, Mineola, NiYocccaccctarscn sere 33r 
MASS KITS 

Holy Rand-Art/ Con New YOrk sn cctcrctsresvanscsterescne 26f 
MASTERKEYED SECURITY SYSTEMS 

Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 


MATS, MATTING & RUNNERS (FLOOR, DOOR & 
VESTIBULE) 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ..........cccccscscsseseseeeeees 39r 


MATTRESSES & BEDDING 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ..........ccccccesssesseeseees 39r 


MAUSOLEUMS 


Acme Marble & Granite Co., Inc., New Orleans 
. 10f 













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MEDALS 

(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles”) 
MEMBERSHIP BOARDS 

Zax Corporation, Nashua, Nites sees eee 29r 
MEMORIAL PLAQUES 

(See “Honor Roll Plaques & Boards’’) 
MEMORIAL TABLETS & TABLETS FOR 

CHURCHES 

Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and 9f 

Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ..0.....cceceeeeees 25f 
MEMORIAL WINDOWS 

(See “Stained Glass”) 
METAL WARE REFINISHING 

(See “Plating & Repairing”) 
MICRO SWITCH LOCK 

Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 
MISSALETTES 

American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL oo... 38r 

Leaflet Missal Company, The, St. Paul, MN .......... 35r 

Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN. POF 

Paluch’ Co: Inc., J. s., Chicago, etcs. ee LOL 

Pueblo Publishing Co., New York .............c:cccceeseeees 28r 


MISSALS 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, ete. ...... 28 


MISSION GOODS 
(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles”) 


= Ss Ss 
Contact these firms before 
you make a buying decision. 


MISSIONARY TRAVEL 
(See “Travel Agents”) 


MITE BOXES & MITE BANKS 


Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY ............ccc00 20r 
Reniey Coe Ing. Fo is Mineolas NY oro .cinecann et 33r 
MITERS 


(See ‘Bishops’ Regalia”) 


MOBILE TRUCKS 
(See “Carts, Service’) 


MONOGRAMMED CHINA & TABLE SILVER 
Neumann Jewelers, sLoledoma occurs. scttesacsteess 23r 


MONSIGNORI OUTFITS 
(See “Bishops’ Regalia’) 


MONSTRANCES 
(See “Ecclesiastical Metal Ware’’) 


MONTHLY MAILING SERVICE 
(See “Record Systems, Contribution’’) 


MONTHLY OR WEEKLY NEWSLETTER—PRIESTS 
& RELIGIOUS 


Clarity Publishing, Inc., Albany, NY .0............cccc0000 3r 
MONUMENTS 

Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
MOPPING EQUIPMENT 

Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ...........c.cccceeeceseeees 39r 
MOSAICS 

Ars Liturgica, Morris; Plains.) NJ cits ssc.ccsteseateorccseteres 13f 


Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
BLVaristOres TL aire acsinscccarvs cs snsssuvcks spasnuetase anne eater 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL 
Great Panes Stained Glass Artistry,, Calistoga, 
OA ep ee ccttis, fu oeacieaea rare tebe ca CHEK ER ananassae Reet 4f 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 





For Pages Ir to 42r—See REAR Advertising Section 











Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 





Mil Wak C6 iciticwcaavantdessvts toa vccsstvatentvacssstvess eer terete 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York .............. we 40f 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Reinarts Studios of Stained Glass, Winona, MN 

Or 
Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W1........ 6f 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
A MCOTIO Liab desas ccs vacysecouvoesaucrscasasebneuinvasdesqexsteceaeeadsrarecUaantarn Sr 
eas Studios, Chestnut Hill, (Philadelphia), 
ScedecasbaveuscdenasatcotltetctehceaAuceiaenscceceveseteecbes oom rtestresnieaee 22r 
Winreacre Solon, (Cleveland) OF iiccseutscraseee: 25f 
MOTION PICTURE FILM, ENTERTAINMENT & 

EDUCATIONAL 

Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... 2ir 


MOTION PICTURE FILM, ENTERTAINMENT, 
EDUCATIONAL 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, ete. ...... 23f 


MOTION PICTURE SCREENS 
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............ 


MOURNING CARDS 
(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles’’) 


MURAL PAINTINGS 
(See “Artists & Decorators”’) 


MUSIC, CHOIR & ORGAN 
American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL 
PaluchiGo:, IncarJas., Chicago, Cte tren acanscatn 


MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 
Baldwin Piano & Organ Company, Cincinnati...... 


Soe, el See Roe 


Your needs can best be met 
by these listed firms that have 
a particular desire to serve you. 


SL ae oe 


MUSICAL TOWER AMPLIFIERS 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA.............0c:.00008 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA 
Verdin Co, The Is T:, Cincinnati eteri.cainsmecseress 


NEWSLETTER—PRIESTS & RELIGIOUS 
Clarity Publishing, Inc., Albany, NY 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago 


NEWSPAPER, CATHOLIC WEEKLY 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................. 


NUPTIAL PRIE DIEUX 
(See “Kneelers, Aluminum or Wood’’) 


OFFERING ENVELOPES, CHURCH 
(See “Envelopes, Collection, etc.’’) 


OFFERTORIES 
(See “Church Furniture’”’) 


OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .........cccccscceseseeeeeeees 


OFFSET DUPLICATING EQUIPMENT & 
SUPPLIES 


Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY 


ORDINATION INVITATIONS 


39r 


ORGAN BUILDERS & ARCHITECTS 
Baldwin Piano & Organ Company, Cincinnati...... 
Moller, Inc., M. P., Hagerstown, MD..........ccc0e00 
Schantz Organ Company, Orrville, OH 
Wicks Organ Company, Highland, IL..... 


ORGAN MUSIC 
(See “Music, Choir & Organ”) 


Buy the products 











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ORGANIZED TRAVEL & TOURS 
(See “Tours-Conducted & Independent’’) 


ORNAMENTAL METAL WORK 
Ars) Liturgica, Morris, Plains) NJ mscscrereareettssteetierrs: 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
E\Vanistoris [Limavcrescnceccsrseattrnceretcoccaener artes 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL. 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 


Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................ 29f 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 
Milwaukee crite irceccsscscotetacccssvtcsctieeetecnanes cote een cvaneeremente 20f 


Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
TU, GUC isan sssesneecssvanesincvcossescsuctuonstanecctorsnesberassa a cosceviunsettase 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York .............. fs 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
ANTONIO aivceccaseccssevidesvesvsorcctatecctatettsvescancusvetd ccscesacsescevsvertore 





OSTENSORIA 
(See “Ecclesiastical Metal Ware’”’) 


OUTDOOR RECREATION EQUIPMENT 
(See “Playground Equipment & Apparatus’’) 


OVERCOATS, NUNS’ & PRIESTS’ 
Duffy 8 Quinn; IN@w: YOUKsecceescccsecscestetescteccncsieteee se 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Teaiderdale tk lasers cctisccscestecteccetscierstexstesrete: femeseteeeerers 


PADLOCKS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN................... 


PAINTERS & DECORATORS 
(See “Artists & Decorators”) 


PANIC EXIT DEVICE 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 


PAPERBACK BOOKS 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. 
Brown Company Publishers, Wm. C., Dubuque, 
DA RC ee ah ee a ae erences 

Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 
FARESINCs Des: Plaines, [ssa aee eee 

More ‘Association, The Thomas, Chicago .... 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN.... 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 





Los Angeles ictsciacser cps Wsancntancieouedeneioranttes 37r 
PARISH PLANNING 
(See “Fund-Raising Counsel”) 
PARISH PLANNING 
Anderson/Roethle & Associates, Inc., 
Milwaukee: W Lviicrccrreccasteects ctu eeaecee oe teiceactr ec: 12r 
PARTS, REPLACEMENT—RANGES & STOVES 
Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 
PASCHAL CANDLES 
(See “Candle Manufacturers”’) 
PEDESTALS 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL...........00....... 18f 
PENSIONS 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, ete. ................ 14f 


PEST CONTROL 
(See “Insecticides”) 


PEW SEAT CUSHIONS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York............ccccccsseseseeeess 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago 
Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX..... 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, C 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 





PEWS & KNEELERS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York..........c:c:cseseseeseseees 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago .... 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA hi 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 


Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH bias +. Dal ae 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION EQUIPMENT 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 


38r 


PIANOS 


Baldwin Piano & Organ Company, Cincinnati...... 28f 


PILGRIMAGE TRAVEL 
(See “Travel Agents”) 











THE OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY 1979 


PIPE ORGANS 


Moller, Inc., M. P., Hagerstown, MD....... 
Schantz Organ Company, Orrville, OH. 
Wicks Organ Company, Highland, IL...............000. 





PLANNING CONSULTANTS 


Anderson/Roethle & Associates, Inc., 
Milwaukee Wo. scecissccccszvecesuctdecntenneevaneantenmaniossnerspercesst 


PLAQUES & HONOR ROLLS 
(See “Honor Roll Plaques & Boards’”’) 


PLAQUES, RELIGIOUS 
(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles’’) 


PLATES, COMMEMORATIVE 
Commemorative Publishing Co., Norfolk, VA........ 


PLATING & REPAIRING 
Hamers, Inc; Adriany N@weYOrke arrervss..tetccr cornet 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ................... 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH 





PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT & APPARATUS 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 


«SOY 
POINTING 
(See “Tuckpointing”’) 
POLISHES, FURNITURE & METAL 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .........:cccsceesseceeeseeee 39r 


POOL & BEACH EQUIPMENT 
(See “Swimming Pool & Beach Equipment”) 


POOR BOXES 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL. 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ........... 


18f 





POST CARDS, PICTURE & SOUVENIOR 
BOOKLETS 


Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ...........ccccccesesseseeeeeeteeneeeeees 


PRAYER BOOKS 
(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles’) 


PRAYER CARDS 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ................006 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY ................. 39r 


PRIE-DIEU CUSHIONS 
Cee ee Kneeling, Seat & Communion 
ail” 


PRIE-DIEUX 
(See “Church Furniture”) 


PRIESTS & RELIGIOUS NEWSLETTER 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago 


PRIESTS’ & RELIGIOUS NEWSLETTER 
Clarity Publishing, Inc., Albany, NY 


PRINTERS & CHURCH PRINTING : 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. 
Barnard, Roberts and Company, Inc., Baltimore, 

MD 





Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore .. 








Cathedral Envelope Company, I ,B ffalo, NY 
. 4r 
Church Weekly, Inc., Brighton, MA ...........:c:seeeeeeee 38f 
Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. 
poss & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, - 
scavenssnonnonsudeventsucauc Guage RIS ReaIne nO REI eaae nataue Semmentneenasere re 
Murphy Co., Inc,, D: Pa Melvilleniy na senne 20r 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, | a ee 19f 
Paluch Co., Inc., J. S:; Chicago, eter ccccseeetaaens 26r 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, NY................... 39r 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 31r 


Posts} Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 


Rene Co., Inc., F..J.; Mimeolay ik cure 33r 
PRINTING MACHINES 

Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY .........:::cccee0 31f 
PROGRAM CLOCKS & TIMERS 

Montgomery Manufacturing Company, Inc., 

Owensville, IN ...<.:.:ssusscscrassssees tniseeraneeet nee aenane ann 2ir 

PROJECTION SCREENS 

Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............. 19r 
PROTECTION FROM VANDALISM, LOCKS 

Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 


PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .........ccscecssseeseeeeeeeees 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA 


Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
Vernon, NY ..eccesssecsvsasssesnesecsancsnasteqsehsnannaniiianiaaannannn 





and services advertised in THE OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY 








CLASSIFIED BUYERS GUIDE AND INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 


Page 
PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
a llf 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 
American City Bureau/Beaver Associates, 
Co eos UL 5 aoe 33r 
Brandt Associates, Inc., Hank, Tucson, AZ, 
MA RERAD ERT XO Tico ciate okcedcssssessvaccesesadsasussdccsacnanstess 7r 


Community Counselling Service Co., Inc., New 
York, Chicago, San Francisco, etc. 
3 Best SS Le eee Outside Rear Cover 


Development Direction, Inc., New York, etc. ........ 12f 
Havey Fund-Raising Management, Inc., 
BUM REN YANN MRS Rr Reece cater se sce cis scesecevscesecesuosseoensocdvessesecss lr 


Mayes International, Inc., Dallas, TX, etc. 
Sonos Sacgg eee te eis eee Inside Rear Cover 
McCarthy and Associates, Inc., John V., West 
Bloom#rield. Mi, San!’ FLANCISCO ..)...0:.ccccscccssessecessseses 42r 
Moran Company, The Martin J., New York, etc. 


Be Pech cee eee case e cee SE Coat atgaluces Inside Front Cover 








PUBLISHERS 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL ...........0...... 38r 
Barnard, Roberts and Company, Inc., Baltimore, 

NMR eae arrears arene ces taciv ent datenc vec hessessynensencans 3lr 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 
Brown Company Publishers, Wm. C., Dubuque, 

ea meee Pane RE ER BEE Sos See ASy cath ssblicecosvevetbeaciesveanceseeses 40r 
BENZIGER, PMC: GA ECC. fusviteceiniecicae .. 24f 
Christian Classics, Inc., ‘Westminster, MD erroGr 
Christianica Center, Chicago ee eT Lo access 6r 
Church Weekly, Inc., Brighton, MA .. sy metshe 
Consortium Books, Wilmington, NC............c0cccc00 15f 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
Fides/Claretian, Notre Dame, IN ..0.......c.ccccccccceseeeees 19r 
FARE, INC., Des Plaines, IL .................000 . 24r 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago eur 
Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY........... = 20F 


Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN .. 


Paluch) Go,, Inc:,, J. S., Chicago, etc............ Zor 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ. ee 6r 
Pueblo Publishing Co., New York ...... e2or 
memey Co. Inc., F. J;, Mineola, NY........:....-.:.00... 33r 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 


MA TIP OOS ee regen, ee Seach sch eevanckacddeswecessctenvseoee 37r 


PUBLISHERS, AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS 
(See “Visual Education Aids”) 


PUBLISHERS, MUSIC 


PACED ING a CMICALO, CUC............cccseceseceeeese 26r 
PUBLISHERS, PERIODICALS & PAMPHLETS 
American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL ........0......... 38r 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 
Christianica Center, Chicago .............. 6r 








Clarity Publishing, Inc., Albany, NY 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. 


Leaflet Missal Company, The, St. Paul, MN .......... Son 

More Association, The Thomas, Chicago ...... or 

Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN... me 19f 

Paluch Co., Inc., J. S., Chicago, etc............ spare 

Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ. or 

Pueblo Publishing Co., New York ............:cccccscesseeees 28r 
PULPETS & SOUNDING BOARDS 

Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 
PULPITS & SOUNDING BOARDS 

mramurarcica, Morris Plains, NJ .iis.:.::.:...cssccsssesessesses 13f 

Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL 18f 







Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX........... mrplar 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA... a 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ............ ave 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 


aor 
RABATS 
(See “Clerical Clothing”) 
RADIO, TELEVISION & SOUND SYSTEMS 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA........c:c:ccc0cc00000 22f 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA.......... 30r 


RAILINGS—ALUMINUM, BRONZE OR STAINLESS 
STEEL 
(See “Altar Rails & Gates”) 
RAINCOATS, NUNS’ & PRIESTS’ 


PEEEMR COuITIN, New YOrK......2:0:cccececessnssecoveceveesenseevase 27r 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
lS ENGL ES Se ee ne ae 36r 


RANGES & STOVES—REPAIRS & SERVICE 
Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 


RANGES, COAL, ETC. 
(See “Stoves, Gas, Electric or Coal”) 


For Pages If to 40f—See FRONT Advertising Section 








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READING PROGRAMS 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ...0.........000006 16r 


REAR PROJECTION SCREENS 
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............ 19r 


REBINDING OF BOOKS 






Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY .........ccccceeeees 20r 
Remey Corin ube Jus) MaNCOLAINY any eaniteeiavene: 33r 
RECITED MASS AIDS 
American Catholic Press, Oak Park, IL ..... eeeeyg 
Leaflet Missal Company, The, St. Paul, MN . « oor 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................ 19f 
PaluchiGow Incas. Chicago etCr i ater 26r 
Pueblo Publishing Co., New York ..........c.ccccsscssseseeees 28r 


RECORD PLAYERS & CHANGERS 


Alfax Industries; Inc., NEw York ioc.cisecsscssetsecscsereres 39r 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA...........cccccc00 22f 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 

VETNON: WINGY aeccscssistessrcastanviacrs orale act AN AMA ae iekeabaat 34r 


RECORD SYSTEM, CONTRIBUTION, 
COMPUTERIZED OR MANUAL 
Cathedral Envelope Company, Inc., Buffalo, NY 


4. 4r 
Catholic Envelope Service, Chester, WV ................ 17r 
Cyril-Scott Company, The, Lancaster, OH............... 23r 


Duplex Envelope Company, Richmond, VA, etc. 


Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY ...........c:.c000 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN 
Pastoral Services Group, Inc., Washington, DC .... 31r 
Postal Church Service, Inc., Youngstown, OH, 

OCC S sccicctss cevsacus sun sceuciteets etacsesoecaeatanhescupisscaaleeasas cuesessetoctsdare 35r 
Remey Co;, Inc, Fo Js. Mineola) NY. <cocccc.ccscocesss 33r 





RECORDS, PHONOGRAPH 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA..............cc0000 OP hE 


REFERENCE BOOKS 
(’See Encyclopedia”’) 


REFLECTORS 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.................... 18f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ..............00000+ 40f 
REFURBISHING 


(See “Artists & Decorators’’) 


RELIGION TEACHING AIDS 
Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... 2ir 


American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. 2f 
Audio Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 

QC rere Rear ce tas erccneoctneoncnacensnlesnecsteroicksins 12r 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 
Brown Company Publishers, Wm. C., Dubuque, 


A ee ee ee ene nee Foe EN eee, 40r 
BENZIGER, Encino, CA, etc.. e 
Christianica Center, Chicago Peete ee ee sr 
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............ 19r 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
RARE UNG oes, Plaines® [emergence ccectersaeteancers 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................ 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ .....c.cccccccseseeee 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 

TOS ZANPELES Ret cane reteset eae cores Ree 37r 








RELIGIOUS & FINE ART SLIDES 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ........:cccce0cee 16r 


RELIGIOUS ARTICLES & JEWELRY 
(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles”) 


RELIGIOUS FILM OR FILMSTRIPS 
Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... 2ir 


American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA ............ 32r 


RELIGIOUS GREETING CARDS 
(See “Greeting Cards, Religious”) 


REMODELING CHURCH INTERIORS FOR NEW 
LITURGY 
(See “Artists & Decorators’) 


RENOVATING 
(See “Artists & Decorators”’) 


REPAIRING & REPLATING 
(See “Plating & Repairing’’) 


REPELLENTS, BIRDS & CLIMBING ANIMALS 
(See “Bird Barriers & Repellents”) 


REPLACEMENT PARTS, COOKING EQUIPMENT 
Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 











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REPOINTING MASONRY 
(See “Tuckpointing”) 
REPOSITORIES 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL......0..00.00.... 18f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and 9f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18 


Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ............. 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ..........:c0ccecese0ee 





REPRODUCTION MACHINERY 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY ............:c:c0000 31f 


REREDOSES 
(See “Marble Work” or “Woodwork & Carved 
Wood’’) 


RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 
(See “Food Service Equipment”) 


RESTORATION OF CHURCHES & DECORATIONS 


Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains. NJ) os.8.e eee 13f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
FV APISCON SU Dinceecrectetscrecccccrseccrceseyredesstecstictevcsncasesncertietiiere 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.... a 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 





Mil wake srcacce trtrcinet hats tebe ie eeetscscasesacssectsactnusbarseceres 20f 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
Ts CEC ice ieescacheskaxcose treet secenen tesa Ceutees tata ceaah eet olan eam ie 


Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ............. 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 








If it’s featured in this Guide — 
it’s right for your church! 


RESTORATION OF CHURCHES, EXTERIOR 
(See “Maintenance, Building Exteriors’’) 


RETIREMENT PLANS 


Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
Ori ae riche ian scocntare sects ocean carenrcaraa tesotasstantensnde 1lf 
McGee and Company, Philadelphia, etc. ................ 14f 


RISERS & STAGES 
(See “Stages, Portable”) 


ROME PILGRIMAGES & TRAVEL 
(See “Travel Agents”) 


ROSARIES 
(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles”) 


RUBBER CUSHIONS FOR KNEELING 


(See “Cushions, Kneeling, Seat & Communion 
Rail” 


RUGS, COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL 
(See “Carpets, Rugs & Linoleum”) 


RUST REMOVERS 
(See “Stain Removers”) 


SACRAMENTAL WINES 
(See “Altar Wines’’) 


SACRED VESSELS 
(See “Ecclesiastical Metal Ware’”’) 


SACRISTY CABINETS 
(See “Woodwork & Carved Wood”) 


SAFETY DEVICES, LOCKS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 


SALAD DRESSINGS 
General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ...........0000000 7f 


For Pages Ir to 42r—See REAR Advertising Section 














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SANCTUARY FURNISHINGS 
(See “Church Furniture’) 
SANCTUARY LAMPS & LIGHTING 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ .........cccccsscseeeeeeees 13f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston, Thien. Skea cc tGien scenconsennarn etnies 8r 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.......00.0.0.... 18f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and 9f 


Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................. 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York ..............:00000 i 
McFadden Lighting Company, Inc., St. Louis 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
VES OU Cres cacdeeecevtecantocstectccuesoevanctevbecera vesevsussaseecneec vines teneeee 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York .............. Ra 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W1........ 6f 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH .................0008 25f 








SANCTUARY LIGHTS & CANDLES 
(See “Candle Manufacturers’’) 


SANDBLASTING 
(See “Cleaning of Buildings, Exterior Masonry”’) 


SANDING MACHINES 
(See “Floor Machines & Equipment”’) 


SANITATION CHEMICALS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .........ccccsecscsseeseeeees 39r 


SCHOOL BELLS 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .............. 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA................ 
McShane Bell Foundry Company, Baltimore 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA 
Verdin 'Co= The; i. Cincinnativeten. ccs. 








If it’s featured in this Guide — 
it’s right for your school! 


SCHOOL COLLARS & CUFFS 
(See “Collars, Clergy, Choir, etc.’’) 


SCHOOL DIPLOMAS 
(See “Diplomas”’) 


SCHOOL LIBRARY SERVICE 


Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ......ccccccccc0e0 16r 
SCHOOL SEATS, DESKS & FUNISHINGS 

Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago ................ 29r 

Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................ 39f 


SCHOOL SEATS, DESKS & FURNISHINGS 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 


6r 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
Veron. NYi= 22 ee Ceo ee 34r 
SCREENS, PROJECTION 
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............ 19r 


SCULPTURED PLATE GLASS 
(See “Stained Glass’’) 


SEALS & SEAL PRESSES, WAX & LEVER 
Murphy Co., Inc., D. P., Melville, NY a 
Remey Cos Inc; F. Ju Mineola, NY....22.0-e 


SEASONINGS 
General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ..........c..0008 WE 
SEATING, SCHOOL & AUDITORIUM 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago ................ 29r 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA... 39f 


Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 
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SECURITY EQUIPMENT, LOCKS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 


SEDILIAS 
(See “Church Furniture”) 





SERMON OUTLINES 
Audio Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 
COI revetsatnoeeeceacccer oe sctiestastoanactceemiorecenterstrsesst csunevinteaoy reer 12r 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago ................ 25r 
SERVICE MANUAL—COOKING EQUIPMENT 
Gas Consumers Service, Scarsdale, NY, ete. .......... 38r 
SEWING MATERIALS & NOTIONS 
Almy, & Sons [neiy Gap MiceckeyGn IN \seet terre etre reece llr 
SHRINE PILGRIMAGES 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY .................. 17r 
SHRINES 
Ars) Liturgica, Morris! Plains; NJ qonseneeneeeernin 13f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and Of 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York ................ 29f 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 
Milwaukee di .gccsses Niet. ctn eee ener 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY . meatless 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ..............:0:0005 40f 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ...................0... 25f 


SIGNS, CHANGEABLE LETTER 
(See “Bulletin Boards, etc.’’) 


SILKS, RAYONS & SATINS 
Almy 8 Son:IncwiGaMe, RVG y NY cess satectostsssccscrasce llr 


SILVERSMITHS 
(See “Plating & Repairing”) 


SILVERWARE 
Altman’ & (Cos BINGE W: YOLK: nnceeteresserrstisceniccacsene 21f 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo c.tscceusescesteseecnns 23r 


SLIDE SCREENS 
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............ 19r 


SLIDES, RELIGIOUS, ETC. 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ .................... 16r 


SOAPS, FLOOR & LIQUID SCRUB 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ...........ccccccsceseeseeseeees 39r 


SOFTBALL BACKSTOPS 
(See “Basketball & Softball Backstops & 
Equipment’) 


SOUND AMPLIFICATION SYSTEMS & SOUND 
REINFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .............. 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA.....................0.- 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA 





SOUPS, CONCENTRATED 


General Foods Corporation, Institutional 
Products Division, White Plains, NY ..................... 7f 


SOUVENIR POST CARDS & BOOKLETS 
(See “Post Cards, Picture & Souvenir Booklets”) 


SPIRITUAL BOUQUETS 
(See “Mass Cards’’) 


SPIRITUAL READING & TAPES 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Of 
Audio Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 






Christian Classics, Inc., Westminster, MD...... 


Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago ................ 25r 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ..........c.000000 16r 
SPORT TIMER CLOCKS 
Montgomery Manufacturing Company, Inc., 
Owensville? TIN eee ceccccctastevioneaconenersaneascenets oir 
SPORTS EQUIPMENT 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 
or 


STACKING CHAIRS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .c.....:...ccccccscececeseeease 
Hamlin Mfg. Co., Glendale, CA, Chicago 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA 
Sauder Manufacturing Company, Archbold, OH 





STADIUM REPAIRING, CONCRETE 
(See “Maintenance, Building Exteriors”’) 


Published by P. J. Kenedy & Sons 








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STAGES, PORTABLE 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New) YOrkiesmsmeeeenien: 39r 
STAIN REMOVERS . 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York .........c.ccssccsseseseseseees 39r 
STAINED GLASS 
Ars Liturgica, Morris Plains, NJ .........::ccccccccceeeesereeees 13f 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA................ 37f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 
Evanston, IL ..:..ccccccceesvenlsctseee sane neva et erraetasceees. 8r 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.................... 18f 


Great Panes Stained Glass Artistry,, Calistoga, 
CA 


Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York. 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York ...........0.00 
Hauser Studios of Stained Glass, Inc., Wi 

MIN a vsssisnsscnstedeacbieeel sect Rca MPR NGA Eres 
Hiemer & Company, Clifton, NJ ................ ve 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA ae 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 

TL, Ot Ci -csccscscvecevedereusnetenees ear erearertectetetiaivace as leensranscace 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York .............. wit 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Reinarts Studios of Stained Glass, Winona, MN 









ea Zor 

Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, WI1........ 6f 
Willet Studios, Chestnut Hill, (Philadelphia), 

PA sccosoescaghaettesee RSE Coe Eee een lake TES crannies 22r 

Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH w......c.cccccceceeee 25f 


STAINED GLASS REPAIRING 
(See “Church Window Repairs’’) 


STAINING MASONRY 
(See “Maintenance, Building Exteriors’’) 


STALLS 
(See “Woodwork or Carved Wood’’) 


STATIONARY BELL RINGERS 
(See “Bell or Bell Ringers, Electric’’) 


STATIONERY, ENGRAVED, ETC. 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 
Healy & Sons, Incorporated, Leonard, Cape Cod, 

MA crisecevsseypterccarone overeat tetar eaten vot apa Pa Dea a eet eae cates 
Paramount Printing Co., Brooklyn, N 





STATIONS OF THE CROSS 
(See “Artists & Decorators” & “Church Goods & 
Religious Articles”) 


STATUARY—BRONZE, MARBLE, WOOD 





Ars Liturgica; Morris Plains: NJ qepsemene esters 13f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 

Evanston, [Ei iis,ccccsavsccunseessesteeietenceesttante anieactcaaeaanesaite 8r 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.................... 18f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and 9f 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York .........cccccccseeeeseeeeseee 30r 
Holy Land Art Con News Yorkowes cane: EOE 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA................. 39f 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 

Mil Waukee ...:scsccscccassnacsacetesscteeniteenetCaneantereteneniaan atare chase 





Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ........... 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
TL, @tC. ...2.scacssicsuthddnets Ret aete etal ee apnea teenie estan aety pavatinoeas ‘16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York .............. nee 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
JW 1\ 6) 00 (0 BREE rr sf gore ceectrreceo occ pea 5r 





STATUARY—BRONZE, MARBLE, WOOD 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................. 
Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, W 





STATUETTES 
(See “Church Goods & Religious Articles”) 


STEAM BOILER INSURANCE 
Catholic Mutual Relief Society of America, 
Oma hae iscissacesscosaseccsnaconhees0csWi nap tangs en nas enDaenET nEREnEee cptees bebe 


STEAM CLEANING 
(See “Cleaning of Buildings, Exterior Masonry”) 


STEAMSHIP TICKETS 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY ................-. 17r 


STEEPLE WORK 
Mid-Continental Waterproofing Co., Inc., Fort 


Scott, KS, Ct. .cccccacssosscasssncesessnseeneeneee tenet ae 22r 
STEEPLES & CROSSES 

Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ................ 37f 

Verdin Co., The I. T., Cincinnati, @tezaiasuseet 3f 


STENCIL DUPLICATORS 
Gestetner Corporation, Yonkers, NY ...........:s:00+00++ 31f 





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STEWARDSHIP MATERIALS 
(See “Fund-Raising Supplies”) 


STUDY BOOTHS & CARRELS 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
PB TATRIN NM eee orcs cect vssaenstucecsesesceceveescsesscvsassveesees 34r 


SURPLICES, PRIESTS’ & ALTAR BOYS’ 
(See “Cassocks & Surplices, etc.”) 


SWEETS, FUND-RAISING 


Ward Candy Company, Fund Raising Division, 
Bee OURAN SE MMI See eta ts ccuvavsatasvdezsonsacsscevevossevevesuetesseses 27r 


SWIMMING POOL & BEACH EQUIPMENT 
American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN 
ks OOF 


TABERNACLES & TABERNACLE SAFES 
Mrs abursicawVMOrris Plains, NJ Aivc.-ccsccccecssctésccscose-s 13f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 

RAAraM ERS ECONA UA epee cere sean pce cy ses scher dc seveedessedisansvensdovedeesas 

Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL... 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ........... 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................ 29f 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York 
PANG TANGVATC CO. SINGW. YOPK viccscoscsscascessvocrersvaservesese 
Moroder—lInternational Statuary & Altar, Inc., 








AETV ALCL rec rcacoacersape caer cas ioseaeacs vac sncusvesterses evn sdaenvseses 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ..........:::-:00 40f 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, WI........ 6f 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), (O16 Peon eee 25f 


TABLES, LIBRARY, SCHOOL & FOLDING 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ............cccccsceseeeeeesees 39r 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
Vernon, NY 


TABLES, TENNIS & GAME 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ...........::sccsscsseeeseees 39r 


TAILORS, CLERICAL 


BOER Oc OUTS INOW) YOLK sirccsccctecsscesssssepsesesvecasvacesseeess Q7r 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
OTS a RE Es see 36r 


TAPES, CASSETTE 
(See “Cassette Tapes’’) 


TEACHING AIDS 
Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... 2ir 


American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Audio Communications Center, Inc., Cleveland, 

ROMER ee crore rt vccecsssaeearsscexsrsscurncaceacceaccascadsaessesee 12r 
Barton-Cotton, Inc., Baltimore ...................... 9r and 10r 


Brown Company Publishers, Wm. C., Dubuque, 





Monristianica Center, Chicago .....0.::cssssscesssssesessenesssnaees 6r 
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............ 19r 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 
FARE, INC., Des Plaines, IL 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................ 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ .........:::::.0000 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 





(uN ORGES <8 37r 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 
RMEYEOOIN Neer crest pccacessnscceosceeecopetnscesecesneceossssosienses 34r 


TENNIS EQUIPMENT 


American Playground Device Co., Anderson, IN ie 


“ 


TERRAZZO FINISHES 
(See “Floor Finishes & Polishes”) 


TESTERS 
mre waiturgica, Morris Plains, NJ ..:..:.::.sassecssscesssesosee 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York... 
Hamers, Inc., Adrian, New York ...........:.00-++ 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY Pe 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ........:.:.:0000+0+ 





Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH .......c:ccccccecseees Q5f 
TEXT BOOKS 


Brown Company Publishers, Wm. C., Dubuque, 






(Oo . 40r 
BZ, ENCINO, CA, CtC. iesescccsessecssssssessosssssorevacees 24f 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, ete. ...... 23f 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................ 19f 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ ..........:.:0000 16r 
Sadlier, Inc., William H., New York, Chicago, 

REEL OG See Me moe, acscsophicoraeeceuneies 37r 


THRONES, BISHOPS’ 
(See “Woodwork, etc.” or “Marble Work”) 


TIMER EQUIPMENT, SPORT 


Montgomery Manufacturing Company, Inc., 
(TEST SGU ot eS TP ah na 2ir 


For Pages lf to 40f—See FRONT Advertising Section 








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TOURS—CONDUCTED AND INDEPENDENT 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY .................. 17r 


TOWER BELLS, CHIMES & CLOCKS 
Bell Industries, Hooven, (Cincinnati), OH .............. 
Maas-Rowe Carillons, Escondido, CA............... 
McShane Bell Foundry Company, Baltimore. 
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc., Sellersville, PA. - 
Verdin. Go: Dhe.I. T., Cincinnati, €tC.insssccscnec tence 





TOWERS & STEEPLES 
Baut Studios, Inc., The, Swoyersville, PA ................ 37f 


TRAVEL AGENTS 
Faith Tours, Inc., Rockville Centre, NY ................ 17r 


TROPHIES, REGULAR & SPECIAL 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ..............ccsccccsssesesesseseeeseees 23r 


TRUCKS FOR FOLDING CHAIRS & TABLES 


Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ...........ccccccsseeseeeee 39r 
TUCKPOINTING 
Mid-Continental Waterproofing Co., Inc., Fort 
SCOLEARS peLC acer crc erere eect erirear cessoaavaliwatintvs 22r 


UPHOLSTERED KNEELERS 
(See “Kneelers, Aluminum Or Wood’’) 


URNS, COFFEE 
(See “Food Service Equipment”) 


VACATION TRAVEL 
(See “Travel Agents’’) 


VACUUM CLEANERS 
Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ..........cccccsccscsseeeseeees 39r 


VANDALISM PROTECTION, LOCKS 
Best Lock Corporation, Indianapolis, IN.................. 13r 


VESTMENT CASES & COPE CABINETS 
(See “Woodwork & Carved Wood’’) 






VESTMENTS 
Almyé& son, Inci, CoM: Ryes NY i.ccscccs..cceenecess. llr 
ATs, Patuygicasy MOrrisy PlAInS aN Iimciccccsustastencescnrerecvetae 13f 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL................... 18f 
Dutty & Quinny New ay orks scree pocretacessssctecseseracstee Q7r 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................. 29f 
Hamers, Ines) Adrian’ NOW YOLK eiciccccccccrestesurssceceessees 30r 
Holy Land Art Co, New YOrksctccsccpsescecsteereetneess este 26f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
Renzetti Clergy Apparel, Inc., Philadelphia, Ft. 
Taide rales) Flateas. ccc ctosscsgaccttscrsessasccadcnacésesernessestareeiacse 36r 
Sollivancée Com Ps Warwicks Ric caccc accusers 32r 


VESTRY EQUIPMENT 
(See “Church Furniture’) 


VISUAL EDUCATION AIDS 






Alfax Industries, Inc., New York ........cccccccceecesessessesees 39r 
Alpha Corporation of America, Mundelein, IL...... iy 
American Bible Society, New York, NY, etc............. Qf 
Da-Lite Screen Company, Inc., Warsaw, IN............ 19r 
Intermedia Foundation, Santa Monica, CA ............ 32r 
More Association, The Thomas, Chicago ................ 25r 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................. 19f 
Paulist Press, New York, Ramsey, NJ .......cccccceeee 16r 
Wholesale Educational Suppliers Co, Mount 

WernOriy NY ire ciesiatceacascts-tatacetseascuvacentneesioavexansanccuvecnevesss 34r 


VISUAL EDUCATIONAL AIDS 
Daughters of St. Paul, Staten Island, NY, etc. ...... 23f 


VOTIVE LIGHT MANUFACTURERS 
Automatic Votive Light Corporation, The, 


Brook yna; NY .cisccssscsevcscratsctvcscsthsesscesuecsnssetascascersveycovevacgss 5f 
Cathedral Candle Company, Syracuse, NY ... seetye 
Core Metal Products, Inc., Chicago..........sssscssssesessees Qr 






Diamond Candle Co., Inc., Newburgh, NY............... 28r 
Lux Candle Company, Inc., Ipswich, SD.................. 37r 
Mack-Miller Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, New 

Work: Chica go: ets acdcscccuivexsussisatssctsenstestaansintessaapanaay Q7f 
Muench-Kreuzer Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, 

New Orleans, Los Angeles, CA..........:ccccssssseseeeeees 15r 
Will & Baumer Candle Company, Inc., 

Syracuse, New York, etc. .cacccscstiseasctsseecseacacscessreenns lf 


VOTIVE STAND MANUFACTURERS 
Automatic Votive Light Corporation, The, 





Brook] yias IN Yoo eoctiscitatseescnathacticanse tiers sais spades 5f 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL................. 18f 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ.......... 8f and 9f 
Mack-Miller Candle Co., Inc., Syracuse, New 

Vork Chicago; Sten warn, cssruesarspceassnecic recreate 27f 

WATCHES, WRIST, STOP & TIMER 
Neumann Jewelers, Toledo ..........c.ccssessseesesessseeneeeees 23r 
WATERPROOFING & WEATHERPROOFING 
Mid-Continental Waterproofing Co., Inc., Fort 
Seott KS ete cc ccs coctetcscrccseceveotscessvusaaninaseatsnaaiesaes 22r 














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WAX, FLOOR 
(See “Floor Finishes & Polishes etc.’’) 


WAXING EQUIPMENT, FLOOR 
(See “Floor Machines & Equipment”) 


WEEKLY OR MONTHLY NEWSLETTER—PRIESTS 
& RELIGIOUS 
Clarity Publishing, Inc., Albany, NY . or 
PAlNeIHCOs nom asi GhICagOn CLC: acess ccrscrssecctie 26r 






WEEKLY, CATHOLIC NEWSPAPER 
Our Sunday Visitor, Inc., Huntington, IN................. 19f 


WINDOW CAULKING 
(See “Waterproofing & Weatherproofing”’) 


WINDOW CONDITIONING 
(See “Church Window Repairs’’) 


WINDOW, STAINED GLASS 
(See “Stained Glass”) 


WINES, SACRAMENTAL 
(See “Altar Wines’’) 


WINES, TABLE 
INOvatiate. Wines, LOs/Gatos, CA a cravetencsvstesraveoneteeesos 4lr 


WOODWORK & CARVED WOOD 
Arssbiturgica: Morris: Plains, NJ) casvesecsscacccceseensessestsoe 13f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 

VaTiSt Ori ul Re eer cctcs coer ee soneraeteetsncbudcosbsccsnoterensarsecsvceks 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, IL.... 
Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York 
Holy Land Art Co., New York..............:008 
Imperial Woodworks, Inc.,, Waco, TX........ 
Jacobi & Sons, Inc., Walter, Belmont, CA 
Moroder—International Statuary & Altar, Inc., 





Milwaukee Wireecerissscctevecseneoscaastevecteosuentectraescxsctenetetaces 20f 
Moser Studios, Inc., Carl, Dobbs Ferry, NY ............ 18r 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 

MDs OCS aa shoe ware aves views oe Dep aaa acon sucespuaen vv Saacwiwentcabunekodmoceetane 16f 
Rambusch Decorating Co., New York ...........::c::000 40f 





Raventos International Corp., New York, etc......... 32f 
Schmitt Studios, Inc., Conrad, New Berlin, WI........ 6f 
Wendt Ecclesiastical Studios, Michael A., San 
AMNCODAO ecerrcncccciscascnussverastevonsvsecevecptusncasttstapastessscenoasnanasetsees or 
Winterich’s, Solon, (Cleveland), OH ...............::000 25f 





—— 





Better your Institution — buy from 
your Supplier listed here! 


WORKBOOKS 
BENZIGER | Enicinos CAs Gt rec cccescecnencsarccsesccssssanteses 24f 


WROUGHT IRON WORK 
Ars Witurgica’ Morris Plains, NJ viccscscecvecsscecosesscesesse< 13f 
Botti Studios of Architectural Arts, Inc., 

BE Ved TS COT Lr saves tasstaadsatctesass tuateascaseissecusaapevessanntvasdesassaces 
Daprato Rigali, Inc., Franklin Park, 
Guild Hall Studios, Inc., Paramus, NJ 





Gunther Studio, Inc., Herbert, New York................. 29f 
National Church Decorating Co., Inc., Quincy, 
USE Gaara erect eens coun anonaa eavapectepbeccdeptamaer toeeroencsnnss 16f 





Rambusch Decorating Co., New York 
Raventos International Corp., New York, etc. 
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Catholic Shop, Inc., Syracuse 
Catholic Store of Buffalo, Buffalo 
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Moshy Brothers, Inc., New York City 
Muller’s Religious Articles, New York City 
W.B. O'Connor Church Goods, Inc., Troy 
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Holoviak Publ. & Church Supply, Berwick 
H. L. Kilner Co., Philadelphia 
Frank H. Kirner, Pittsburgh 
St. Jude Shop, Inc., Havertown 
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RHODE ISLAND 
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Cardijn Bookstore, Inc., Milwaukee 

Jakusz Brothers, Milwaukee 

Jandrain Religious Supply Co., Green Bay 

Janzers Inc., Milwaukee 

The F Kaster Co.,Inc., Green Bay 

Carl B. Noelke Co., La Crosse 

T. H. Stemper Co.,Inc., Milwaukee 


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Contents 

















Part | 
Hierarchy of the Catholic Church and Of- Institutes of Graduate Studies in Rome .. 5 
ncials' olawatiean! Citys. ew acces ees os : 1 Seminaries and National Colleges in Rome 6 
The Sacred College of Cardinals 1 Permanent Observer of the Holy See 
Mhe;eatriarens.., .« osod <s dbvlecws wee 3 to’ the United, Nations. .....c.cccscesee 7 
EL HOerLOMIAMeCUTIA voirisip cls tive tieiva es eeue weceeiee 4 The Supreme Roman Pontiffs ............ ix 
Part Il 
UNITED STATES 
The Catholic Church in the United States 9 United States Catholic Conference ........ 14 
The ApostolicsDelegation ..........c..006 12 National Association of State Catholic 
National Conference of Catholic Bishops... 13 Conferences Wer os. detec cadiwatetocsa 20 
ARCHDIOCESES AND DIOCESES 
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DR DMMICCRIL ese soscccccecccessscetnaey 330 Pensacola-Tallahassee (Fla.) ........++-.. 656 Wilmington (Del.) 981 
MALLING SMLOR,) sn. ocean etodssevcccces SOS EEOLIS LL une eR RG Aap chee cubmicnenee cneee GOOMs VM ONG SCRTINT.) bes nietoa sa tiatote matte e arc aimee Crake 986 
Galveston-Houston (Tex.) .........eceeees SS Lee EM AGOIpHIa iGEEs): ttsi.ctatoresiersin tyiotsmlorsiolel agent 665 Worcester (Mass.) 990 
ed CENT: EE RE SE a eae ao 344 Philadelphia-Archeparchy Ukrainian (Pa.) 684 Yakima (WaSh.) .........seeseeseeseeeees 996 
PREY LOT SC MMICH |): °./.'0'0'0'0'0's 00's 0'c's vee oened O49 Fe PROCHIXE CATIZ,) cnjonwamcnlen bs andrec oat Melee 688 Youngstown (Ohio) 998 
Grand Island-(Nebr.) ..%....eversccscseces Coa ALIS DUPE, CPA) picahiychien kat sieetas ec ceontet 692 Other HWastern. Rites. ... cs cwaccecstiec.ccdaie 1003 
EXTRA-TERRITORIAL SEES 
IRTP OTR Ee as's ais, gio vip'0 eraie «19.0. 8.0-4'¢.¢ g\s,0,09 0 10046) San Jian; Puerto, Rico °. ascascah's tewiasa’s 1008) s Mayaguez, Puerto. Rico... oo secwie © ce sinens 1021 
Caroline and Marshall Islands ............ LOD SERA reClOO;s PLICTLOCRIGG ais. csiimsis'n cin nineaek ts LOLGeEa PONCE ye UOELOLECICO! «oc ska tac cals aac me a steunis 1023 
BOEEED Stans es Fees Matnate = eigttieleecu bine tc TOO ee CAPUASS PUCTLOMECICO! tcsic% age sis ance cccueaine 1013. Stes Thomas, Virgin Islands ot oc. es cs ee. = 1026 
OVERSEAS MISSIONS—AMERICAN FOREIGN MISSIONS 
American Augustinian Missions .......... 1027 American Vincentian Missions ............ 1036 Oblates of St. Francis De Sales ........... 1042 
American Benedictine Missions .......... OT SSN TY ENO] i. sacainnslephinineiuhisals auaiaeuslec mats 1037 St. Columban’s Foreign Mission Society.. 1042 
American Capuchin Missions ............. LORE Claretians MISSIONS Va ats ccc cais's's.¢le Calero sina ee 1089 Salvatorian Missions .......ccccceccccecees 1043 
American Divine Word Missions .......... 1029" Crosier Wathors Missions 2. scies.sseccees JOSIE RM oalety: of Marve: yee eee 1043 
American Dominican Missions ............ 1030 Discalced Carmelite Missions ............. 1039 Phird Order Missions 1044 
American Franciscan Missions ............ 1031 Holy Cross Foreign Mission Society, Inc... 1039 White Fath Ailenicvat eo ake eee 1044 
American Oblate Missions ................ 1083 Bi Hloly. Ghost Mathersrc nec. is enn ees 1039 DIL PACDELS WISELONA: » 0 ence snes cje'eg se 
American Passionists Missions ........... 10847 eJesuit Missions [nei ve. eee eee 1040 Missionary Activities ..............+eeeees 1045 
American Redemptorist Missions ......... 1036 Missionaries of the Sacred Heart ......... 1042 Conference of Secular Institutes ......... 1051 
STATISTICS OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES 
Statistics of Religious Orders: Th nference of Oo sligious Supe- Place List: 
4 ee ay ie Mason melie Gee Alphabetical list of Places in the United 
Index to Religious Orders ............. 1052 riors of Men’s Institutes of the United States having Churches, with Resident sep 
; i tes era 
Religious Orders of Priests A Rn ee 1056 States Core e reer e sere see serene esreeeeeeees 1056 lod a biealtetrate Institutes 
a Complete statistics for the Archdioceses 
Orders of Women Abbreviations ....... 1074 Leadership Conference of Women Reli and the Dioceses of, the (Wnitell states 
Religious Orders of Women ............ 1077 gious in the United States of America.. 1077 (Insert following Part IIT) 



































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CONTENTS 


HIERARCHY AND CLERGY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES 


Diocesan Abbreviations ......:..seeeeeees 1142 bishops, Bishops, and Abbots .......... 
Hierarchy Lists: List of Cardinals, Archbishops and Bish- 
Alphabetical list of the Cardinals, Arch- ops in the order of their Seniority ....... 


1143 


Clergy List:: 
An Alphabetical list of Secular and Reg- 
ular Priests .... s+ ccc sistamemarente@anamers 1148 
INEGKOIOZY 22..0< sae aucune sestav deen eoes ee 1412 


THE ARCHDIOCESES AND DIOCESES OF THE UNITED STATES—BY STATES 

















Alabama Kentucky North Carolina 
Birmingham .icacvcoeVecsesvesteccncads 92 A—Louisville .........seeeeesesereeeeees 484 Charlotte: . i M2 ogee wewtematcemesenteites's © 173 
IMODUOl chicas cate c ee eas sain ewlt aes amrerereere 539 COVINBEOT Hain ctiete'sls Ge seredcleciedetads ce 240 Raleigh i.ertceen saat AGC DOC HO Panes oa 734 
Aietin OW GNSDOLO Boe cFe thse cisco cessed cue es 641 North Dakota 
AP ZANCHOLALS ics s.clcr ccc ceis om oa aleterseis cies . 51 Louisiana Bismarck “.....<« sce eesti aeta ss aise ee 95 
ATT DATS talr otto vale ta euler siet cclscee. cies eine 309 PASSING W OLICHDS cate cisitiaesclsvars orele says a inre: 565 Wargo re. cccecnss seas coocees mrereieaicrs eres. 317 
A pebelschhl sry aopddananciee Ode Solel aietalaters referers 424 Si a ae SOE IOCeD SOOO IOOG a Ohio 
LOM RLOUS Eire as Cements < cies sins 5 cs alerts Cincinnati «2. eee eee ck 
Arizona Houma -Thibodavit: n Soicccescssceees set 400) (Alenteo e aa 
PH OSNIR hs ais cere csleinre oibivie +c e'e evils el sietele is sfere 688 Laf tt 449 ANG ssvccccccccvercccscerccsesveses 
eae TR tag ne ake Sy aa SR ek 952 BIAVOULE iaiciinn «iy Cemmesiccovrvovescsenes Columbua . «sss 0s ese eee meena noe 229 
STUCHON Us a Cie sisi evip <ccleleisle vi v/alerris sree iote wb v.6)s Mai Parma-Byantne 644 
Ayicaana ea ; 707 ateahonsiites NS: cccsacadeveccdcvcesrvees 917 
EMttlent eke veses shih s ccsanak ety wsegtedes 4084 ee Sena Reta ae a Toledo ....««ecadue stew Meme Ns iho.) DS8, 
California Aty Bal iaiore 67 _ YOunEStOWN .....s esse ee sees os 998 
IAM TGOSMANISCIOS asin ws crsisisioisls oe aete me ey s Cy ee rt ae OS a ida ts ade as Oklahoma 
(A==San WYANCISCOGs « <.c.0h cca wees aor os cies 847 Massachusetts A—OklahomaiGitwinn. sees eee 3 624 
UREATIO eh Pd SET cise Carre sean oauen 330 WAS=BOStOM Heese ocle wsie viele wioisioie visiale vive slolsieis 100” ~" Tulsaic > cee ee ee ea 957 
saa Ep selninnsisttie iestoierselsiotecews avi arefeus ate oe au per PEM TN eo tat es ce Oregon.) A ees” 
VAM ites sore ale ce sinless s.s\nis «ores Sioa Sielere sie CwtOn Hparchy ..ceseseeceeeeveevecece 
OTranee me coaredorec oie jose es heen 634 Springheld 00). cee caviescce ceesiesveacece 908 mee in OF€BON «--secreereeeeeees 715 
NAcCramentOrs on 6c Me eee bid a cide w ceiede pier ae 769 VV OV CESTEM i:< fis: ciavc.c1ec 010 eféieloleigmm’s sels bia alaty.cte 990 AKET oc eeccccrecccscccesecocceccesscccecs 65 
San Bernardino .........sesecenserceeeee 838 Michigan Pennsylvania 
SAN DICHO crcktle se acts late cvele: oierete\sfeiatarstapteipisiers 842 VRPATISLTOLE. crcl accaies.d.c.ste coin ole QE haa oe 269 A—Pittsburgh-Byzantine ..........0.++- 704 
Sant ROSA, nericiecisisic cies sets sie siete tele te 864 Gaylord cs tkcas ceednewtle ean ete Ttate oa 349 A—Philad@6lp Hig vie act ae) evetaleisfoic'ni est cleie's 665 
SEOCKTOM. oe carcasses cise sie sels nieleletsipimicientescin 921 Grand Rapids <<. ccc nelccjecciteleattas amtetecios 355 A—Philadelphia-Ukrainian ............. 684 
Colorado ALA INAZOO veciscs sites e,siejoeh ee eo 426  AllentOWN ......seesecereeeerereeeeerens 35 
FA DON VEN ssie re avcid.cwince.e i Ae S ee eee 258 MEANISIN Ba) coc ctesserece street eiepe edger ke 455 Altoona-JOhHNsStOWN ......seeseeeeereeees 43 
PUieblg occa sais tcc cd.cxe Cav SEN Da Be ee 730 Marquette ae ais,scajeincegeieie,e MERWE cee 501 ae RRR IRI SOAS OE 3 
BEINGW sic icvo.c.cec:0 Oolee bret eeilem se etit ales 776 TEENSDULE oeseeesessereeveserecseeccens 
A ghee a Ret GREE METON, cee haste ycee ek ib ath onan 802 Harrisburg 377 
—~HArtlOrd ce cece eeceeeeeecereeeeerece Pittsburgh 692 
Re deeport uve arcreketotevolatare sherelets lalate teenie © ae pay htes Scranton 870 
TSWACH: FeYors craroters clare helclsverdestiait nine velo aise ts —St. Paul and Minne Na) seo R08 on ne aaa ee ee ee een 
Stamford-Ukrainian ............eeeeeee 914 Crookston .. “ BORO ey : fv" : z piteteferarerstetetars AS Rhode Island 
Delaware DULL UITID Hash atere’etaletetotateteteletatebatersssener ae ole ar a.ctes 293 Providence ........ wf ht ie Poi tal Nadel oN si - T21 
Veilmine tor eects ccaecia Nee ree Ars Be. O81 ae oe see e cece eee e ee eeeeneerteeseees 577 South Carolina 
Dikivieie at Colunbia Princre cece eee n sews ee cee eceseesoerecs Le Charleston \........0 Soles cities sotls aces s 168 
A= Washington ..h.medadetvees oon 960 wississi i cay ne eeee CRAG) WT South Dakota 
Florida Bieet ec = Rapid Mase araisthes aisleqe)atalateteye aie ete Meta ole Bhs 737 
A Miami «, (ace) Meath Date Te 508 HON detcadereontrcepeamees Irate Peres Sioux, Walls iiviwecwmtecmienits ERT Pugs 890 
MrlanuO tee tector cine oe cetecetersisets oie tush erote GaSe ieee: ace ed ck bee ek LS ore ent pe 2 eee oee 0 Tennessee 
Pensacola-TallahaSSee ....ccccscccecceee 656 Missouri Memphis ovieratetsrs'e ataterectsistom eee tas Pic ee 00S 
Str ATP Ustinen aie eee eee 780 A—St. Louis .2/j0.4 se ssc yes Me UN ds orve.steteie 788 Nashville .......cee0. FAOGOOCITES A emnine aon 546 
StiePetersbure yee aint coteoee . 815 ponerson ibe ee Sts enya 414 Texas 
ansas City-St. Josep Lee .. 484 A—San Antoni 829 
G i 1 : an Antonio ...... peatavere deities oeha.< syecersiesd 
fe oatiants 5 i, SRS eas Os aE 57 Springfield-Cape Girardeau ............. 898 Amarillo ...... Be : 48 
Bayannah wesecsannere Cot a aeoeeeee g67 Montana Austin .....e+s 61 
Great Pals. cssccntspsceneee detiaeie Nate 360  Beaumont..... 82 
Hawaii Welenaine cone: 392 Brownsville .. 142 
PELOTON were e ceteie cits cere rete etre" sleisis sfeie Tosa 5) ae ag ase a Menace pene AS Bch ee Corpus Christi va oxiws 235 
Nebraska 
Idaho fk —-Ogidha. he cette ae ep Sererine nee fed 
BOI: hoes suey sie vovererite sa e AARUEE SS iteB8 Grand Island <ss0.s.:ssfergcastalbersss 3862 sorort Wort re: 307 
Illinois TAN COL: ++. te% sie ovo vate aslo tt ones sade stents 459 Galveston-Houston soc. sc one 337 
A—CHICAZO 2... ceeereersccecccecereecees 179 Nevada San’ Angelo vie cnicccimtesictisteietesiettets 826 
oper e a ajein sei nin cles 0im* Naan 5 918 iS miei ae Reno-Las Vegas ....ceccescere he eben iad 740 Utah 
Peoria ..........ccccccceuccccsecesseseee 659 New Hampshire Salt Lake City ...sseeseseeseesecsiees oo”) 828 
ROCKIOTE hte ete a co eee ee be ela Marichesterns 20.7 see ener He cir RAPA 495 Vermont 
St. Nicholas-Ukrainian ...........cs0005 804 New Jersey Burlington — .-tecricnrsicllstsleisisisistel ne dandenpoere ay. 
NriIN Sela Hie Haas sts wrote ss aiccels ois s/o tre¥eie c'pua sin 902 Newark ois oso cee Ee te sed 550 Virginia 
Indiana Garden -ccehed cas sno vepeeterm tk auton 163 Ariingtory esses een 38 
A= =Trdianapoliswiseiisiciicemie he eee cents 403 Passaic-Eparchy .....seseeeseeesereecee 646 Richmond ...++sessseeeeeeeeseres sgeccs 743 
PE VATINWALLC fas stayecsbe etal wicyeiese tieueieiectals Calo he 305 MPA LEY SON) seieciee.sieie 0 vis cisieweiottioieldl saretelerale = arp 649 Washington 
ete Wayne-South Bend ..............0. 321 FRPON LON © ciisins cisao.s.s ste.s.0 arses piaetveigiat «cote 943 A—Seattle, .......000 aan wn ctmeee Ea daze: 878 
BT Ve A een et Rave us ota icka eS ATA OS 344 Spokane, ... «ce sleulsleniene a eee 894 
MAfavettarrcmcceaictecueacciee’ eee New Mexico ima »....ccoeceemeneden AMES D ceTeLs 
MELCG TP isoi laisse alolsisiniaislalnieiaieio's sintatonclete a 446 "A Santa We 4 2he. et. oe 859 Yakima. < scisiusckeeeene weieeisw Aamo Pe eae 996 
Iowa (CCHIT hh ee RBHeGCORanoo HAO ASSO OATCE. ner 334 West Virginia 
IA TOTE DIGI Ome tee a siaicisis, A vieisie's'e\sinie a ip’ acne 286 New York Wheeling—Charleston .............. sides tenet ok 
Davenport .....scscseeessevesserercceces 253 A—New York 581 Wisconsin 
POH MOINES waticcerren ss cove o's 6 oft Rise etale\s lace 265 AIDEN eee eo Le ee A—Mil k 
A ; ONV~ cpu weiewunalens euiisetsawienia coem eae 21 Waukee ....eeeee cole ciekeGetahils «yeh <b OSE 
SiouX City oo. seeeeeeeeseeeeceeseeeeeees $85 eeprockl¥iecccccccec sence  ccwechte Caen 197 Green Bay ......0» seu semen alga Rn 364 
Kansas Buffalo.) iakusetalse owale dase chs seem aee 146 La Crosse .....+sssssseeseees soeeeveisivede 440 
A—Kansas City in Kansas ..........000: 429 OZMeNSDUTE. sicceucnsaccoe sect Groner 619 Madison ..ccsscscccaccsccessecenocreseve 490 
Dodge City O88. giRochester . ¢ jeervineresioaions skate apenas 748 SUPCTIOP . 1... see seeeeeeeeeeeeees teeeeeee 924 
Salina .....csecsecccsseeceees 820 Rockville Centre ..... eiejarate onercaretlersiala veins 761 Wyoming 
AOL LS, et ewe sete oleleveinle alp-staretetris cnaiiiese ws nets 977 SYTACUBE Mt. wa Selislddsolns eaighch stetdeides's or hae 928 Cheyenne ....+e0ceaeeteeinael sibs aiens ies Eire Ai 
A—Indicates Archdiocese. The Archdiocese of Washington includes Mexico; Norwich includes Fisher’s Island, N. Y.; Wilmingt nel 
the District of Columbia and five Counties of Maryland. Dioceses tra- the eastern shores of Maryland and Gallup includes pg v7) Watudes 
verse state lines in the following instances only: Cheyenne includes and New Meszico. 
all of Yellowstone National Park; El Paso includes southern New 
Part Ill 
CANADA 
Apostolic Nuncliature ......cssccocssece 1G mwsCanadianeProvinces Wear ss casidainas cele sie cae 1C_ Secretariat of the Canadian Hierarchy .. 1c 
ARCHDIOCESES 
Pdmonton, CAlberta)s 4: sisiiane sculls cach 1C ~*~ Montreal (QUEDEC) Heiss SIT On cisigisie ale tie 2C ; 
Grouard-McLennan (Alberta) ........... 1C Ottawa (Ontario) ie are ertaN iat 2C Stay abn BL ARC Wy 2. Saas * 
Halifax (Nova Scotia) ......csceveceeees 1G i Quehae (Quonea (22-6 feeeensizcs caveness 20 éronto’ (Ontario) 20. sss. eee * Brees 
Keewatin-LePas (Manitoba) ............ 10) "Regina . (Saskatchewan). ia)s0.0.00.099 « oecinn 2C bean BiGtIO! = 22s Sie ae TF ‘er, ss 2C 
Kingaton (Ontario) aint Sis cunieesrekis > « eh 1G sRimouskr. (Quehec): co ecee cs cece ares Vancouver (British Columbia) ......... 2C 
(Q Berge 2C 
Moncton (New Brunswick) ............ “ 2C St. Boniface (Manitoba) ........ fas Bie ale 2C Winnipeg (Manitoba) .......... soe ane 2C 











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REMC Fy siiss 0 vce sc su secwscsieses 
Antigonish (Nova Scotia) .......sseee0e . 
Bathurst (New Brunswick) ............ 
SEGIAN ON BETIO)  Gscccccccscescesecses 


Charlottetown (Prince Edward Island).. 
SSHICOULIMI WUC EC) oul. diac eke wesc cwersese 
Edmundston (New Brunswick) ......... 
GABPO(QUEHDEC) vei ce secs cet ceeves 
Gravelbourg (Saskatchewan) ........... 
iallectehgey. GO elec) he) "5 Sa 
Harbor Grace (Newfoundland) .......... 
PARICOTAVEMT MIC LIOC) Mice cs cose sccscecbecse 
UMPIRE UES Pe cic tirais ap nisin. ols) s eve syee oasieé 
CER EMI DORE aeRO ea Resist 
PDILEUAG MUA BCC a eas ersivg e's <n o> ors piso. 0 
Kamloops (British Columbia) .......... 
Labrador-Schefferville (Quebec) ....... 


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DIOCESES 
EOndons CONtAMO) | mpiss vas ee oo ties com ms ae 2C Saskatoon (Saskatchewan) .........see0- 3C 
Mackenzied (Ns tW6 “TE), #8 ass. pss fod a orete 2C Sault Ste. Marie (Ontario) ......ccssecee 3C 
Moosncs or arta tte e eter eee an eens af Thunder Bay (Ontario) ..........seee0s 3C 
oosonee MUCATIO)) cc. v eave chines tee NS : : F 
Nelson (British Columbia) .............. gc Timmins (Ontario and Quebec) ......... 8C 
Nicolet<(Quebec)).0.s-19 oe reread o OM 2c Trois-Rivieres (Quebec) .....++++seeeeee 3C 
Pembroke (Quebec and Ontario) ...... 2c Valleyfield (Quebec) settee teen eee eeenes 8C 
Peterborouen (Ontario). .aeatetteee cee te oq savictoria. (British Columbia)... e. oe ee 3C 
Prince Albert (Saskatchewan) .......6+- 2G.---Whitehorse (YUKON -Terr..) cree wreissews-oves 3C 
Prince George (British Columbia) ...... Zo APIMOULT UNOVE SCOLIG) ctwceaasdses creed 8C 
Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere (Quebec) . 2C Ukrainian Metropolitan See of 
Nts oanilari esi Omari) vgemacls gate cee sci 2C IWINTIDECE™ carne ities ree tion somone 3C 
St. George’s (Newfoundland) .......... 2C Ukrainian Eparchy of Toronto 30 
St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) cas toes cewres cere 2C Ulrainian i hy of Bd rapa lh i ld 30 
St. Jean-de-Quebec (Quebec) .......+00- 2C te DA se, POO UASSA IST EL 
St. Jerome (Québec) .........c.2002.o, 9c Ukrainian Eparchy of Saskatoon ........ 3C 
St. John (New Brunswick). ....:...-.0+- 2C Abbatia Nullius (Muenster 
St. PaulsGAlbertad pisces ccssvuccses cet 3C DASKALCHE WAIL)” stcisaw ec sicicloes cee tele se 8C 
VICARIATES-APOSTOLIC 
Military Vicariate of Canada .......... p 8C 
MEXICO 

United States of Mexico .......scccccsces 8C 























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Immediately following the Statistics on Religious 
Orders of Priests is found the Orders of Brothers who 
are independent of Religious Orders of Priests. Those 
brothers who belong to Religious Orders of Priests are 
listed with their Order in the section devoted to Re- 
ligious Orders of Priests. 


Sisters 


General information concerning Religious Orders of 
Women is found in the Statistics of Religious Orders sec- 
tion. Here is found the number of sisters, postulants, 
novices, etc. of each province, the number and kind of 
institutions they maintain or serve, and dioceses in which 
they are represented. Particular information is found 
at the end of each diocesan listing. 


Additional Information 


For assistance or further information, please write: 
THE OFFICIAL CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, 866 
Third Avenue, New York, N: Y. 10022. 

A. J. Corso 
Editor 


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Ecclesiastical Forms of Address Recognized in the United States 


CARDINALS: 
Address on envelope: His Eminence (Christian name) Cardinal (Surname) 
Salutation: Your Eminence: 
Concluding a letter: I have the honor to be, Your Eminence, éfc. 


ARCHBISHOPS: 
Address on envelope: Most Reverend N————— N- 
Salutation: Your Excellency: 
Concluding a letter: I have the honor to be, Your Excellency, etc. 


BISHOPS: 

Address on envelope: Most Reverend N————— N 

Salutation: Your Excellency: 

Concluding a letter: I have the honor to be, Your Excellency, etc. 
ABBOTS: 

Address on envelope: Right Reverend N—————- N—- (adding designated letters) 

Salutation: Right Reverend Abbot: 

Concluding a letter: I have the honor to be, Right Reverend Abbot, etc. 
PROTONOTARIES APOSTOLIC: 

Address on envelope: Rev. Msgr. N————— N 

Salutation: Rev. Msgr.: 

Concluding a letter: Iam, Rev. Msgr., etc. 
PRELATE OF HONOR OF HIS HOLINESS: 

Address on envelope: Rev. Msgr. N————— NV. 

Salutation: Rev. Msgr.: 

Concluding a letter: Iam, Rev. Msgr., etc. 


CHAMBERLAIN OF HIS HOLINESS: 
Address on envelope: Rev. Msgr. N————— N. 
Salutation: Rev. Msgr.: 
Concluding a letter: Iam, Rev. Mser., etc. 


SECULAR PRIESTS: 
Address on envelope: Rev. N————— NV. 
Salutation: Dear Reverend Father: 
Concluding a letter: I am, Reverend Father, etc. 


RELIGIOUS ORDER PRIESTS: 
Address on envelope: Rev. N————— N--—— (adding designated letters) 
Salutation: Dear Reverend Father: 
Concluding a letter: I am, Reverend Father, etc. 


BROTHERS: 
Address on envelope: Brother N. 
Salutation: Dear Brother WN: 
Concluding a letter: I am, Respectfully yours, etc. 


SISTERS: 

Address on envelope: Sister N. 

Salutation: Dear Sister N. 

Concluding a letter: I am, Respectfully yours, etc. 
TRANSITIONAL DEACONS: 

Address on envelope: Rev. Mr. N 

Salutation: Dear Mr. N. 

Concluding a letter: Iam, Respectfully yours, etc. 
PERMANENT DEACONS: 

Address on envelope: Mr. N 

Salutation: Dear Mr. N. 

Concluding a letter: Iam, Respectfully yours, etc. 














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The Supreme Roman Pontiffs 


St. Prerrr_ of Bethsaida in Galilee, Prince of the Apostles, who received from Jesus Christ the 
Supreme Pontifical Power to be transmitted to his Successors, resided first at Antioch, then at Rome 
for twenty-five years where he was martyred in the year 64, or 67 of the common reckoning. 


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END OF PONTIFICATE, A.D. 


yee bbe) Go a 76 
St. Anacletus or 

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taGvarisnusS ives... . 105 
St. Alexander I, M.... 115 
Sta LXbuselaVicwacieac. 3 125 
St. Telesphorus, M.... 136 
Steely eins Vismer se as 140 
Bt. Pius taken <6 Mie) LOD 
StAnicetus; Mes... 166 
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Stan vVactorelewiviows <1) 6 199 
St. Zephyrinus, M..... 217 
SMG MISCUISEL waist OO 
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StPontiany Moen 235 
StS ATILGEIEN Mot tehec ce 236 
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St. Cornelius, M. ..... 253 
Shs THEE US JE BE as 254 
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Stopes ene st! s. 274 
Ste Hutyenian, Mon.0. 283 
Sia (GANUis! 0) 6 aa ee 296 


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St. Marcellus I, M. ... 309 


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Creat) er ret ee, 604 
Papmianusy see ts es. 606 


Boniface ITI .......e-. 607 


END OF PONTIFICATE, A.D. 


Ste bonitacelVv sesce.. 615 
St. Deusdeditus or 

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Stee Pathonus) .. eae 681 
SUMP COVLL cs ce taiees 683 
St. Benedict II ....... 685 
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GONON Meda cins le Shicieres vic 687 
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IOV AGE. WARGAS Orme 965 


END OF PONTIFICATE, A.D. 


IBenedict?Va sce o ttote 966 
ROUTE A UL Laat sterie ee 5: ce 972 
Benedict Vilear caecias ons 974 
Benedict, Vilieemeciae ies 983 
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DONTE VEL aeireveiere savers 1003 
DOMWMOXVLTL on srerete se eco suche 1009 
SEEPIUS HI Vilsiie coors 1012 
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OTTO SEL Carcile elerciete atone 1032 
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Benedict) IX aas.t'. sete 1045 
SVIMeStGMeLLT cea ee ci 1045 
Gresory Vilvas etic 1046 
Glement sere, rvs cs ess 1047 
Benedictvl Xie ace 1048 
WD AMASUS IL Ueettyere teehee 1048 
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Urbant Eilean. cc. ee 1187 
Grerorye ViLllire erste eens 1187 
ClemenGel tlic. crested at 1191 
CelestinevLll ie a. ee 1198 
Frnnocent Lubes eee 1216 
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ClEMOENT V Litercce «+ aetels 1352 


END OF PONTIFICATE, A.D. 


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AWE DAID Ve ste crete Ae oleic e 1370 
CORE COL Licrescvorenetabesene 1378 
WIE DANS Vile rete eral sreterate 1389 
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Clements WN cereie’s 1669 
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Adexandeia ViLUlisercmiela ae 1691 
PTAOGENTH AGEL Me Cuteare cere 1700 
Clementon lee c erties 1721 
THNOGCETI Ges DLL iatetssacelsvens 1724 
Benedict XLT 6 cvsiereieis 1730 
Clement XP 2: bees 1740 
Benedict XIV access 1758 
Glément xo Llgerererceries 1769 
Clement? XLV Ga cise diets ov 1774 
PIUSeV Maree iets cis ovevers 1799 
US Vil baseteWareveuscaieasvelens 1823 
TE@O PE Later cio wiererareie ater e 1829 
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GLEEGOLYe Vila. oc vases 1846 
PIUSGUNG porceselstcrcete pasiacs 1878 
Team Eta tenetetanctsraans 1903 
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BenedictiXVi.. Gators os we 1922 
Piss Tees wees es 1939 
Pitisws Llusetaaid dhus Gicaaiers 1958 
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Paty, lease ante aren olen 1978 
Donne RAUlEL. selec «Ps 1978 


John Paul II, now reigning. 























PART | 





Hierarchy of the Catholic Church 


The Hierchy, as the supreme governing body of the Catholic Church, consists of the Roman Pontiff, the successor 
of Peter, and the Bishops joined together with him in one apostolic college to provide for the common good of the 
Church. The Cardinals, now always bishops, serve as the chief counsellors of the Roman Pontiff. The Pope is further 
assisted by the departments of the Roman Curia. The bishops, of whom some bear the titles of Patriarch and 
Archbishop, are united with the Roman Pontiff in the governance of the whole Church; the bishops, when assigned 
to particular Sees, are individually responsible for the teaching, sanctification and governance of their particular 
Church. Apostolic Vicars and Prefects together with certain Abbots and other Prelates are also joined in this work. 





HIS HOLINESS THE POPE 


BisHoP OF ROME AND VICAR OF JESUS CHRIST, 
Successor oF St. PETER, PRINCE OF THE APOSTLES, 
SUPREME PONTIFF OF THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH. 
PATRIARCH OF THE WEST, PRIMATE OF ITALY. 


ARCHBISHOP AND METROPOLITAN OF THE ROMAN PROVINCE, 


SOVEREIGN OF VATICAN CITY. 


JOHN PAUL II 


KARL WOJTYLA 


The direct successor of St. Peter was born in Wadowice, Diocese of Krakow, May 18, 1920; ordained Priest, Nov. 
1, 1946; appointed Bishop of Ombi July 4, 1958; Proclaimed and created Cardinal June 26, 1967. Elected Pope, Oct. 


6, 1978; installed Oct. 22, 1978. 





VATICAN CITY 

By virtue of the concordat signed on February 11, 
1929, and ratified on June 7, 1929, the complete and 
independent authority of the Pope to rule in his own 
possessions was recognized by the state. The ter- 
ritorial possessions of the Holy Father are called 
Vatican City and within its limits the Sovereign 
Pontiff’s authority is recognized as supreme. 

. The Sovereign of this small state is His Holiness, the 
pope. 

The government presently is administered by a Pon- 
tifical Commission of which His Eminence Jean 
Cardinal Villot is President. 

The Apostolic Nuncio to Italy is Most Rev. Romolo 
Carboni, Titular Archbishop of Sidone. 


THE SACRED COLLEGE OF CARDINALS 
The Cardinals, when duly constituted and pro- 


claimed, form the Supreme Council or Senate of the 
Church. They are advisers of the Supreme Pontiff, 
and at the death of the Pontiff those under eighty 
years of age elect his successor. 


There are three orders of Cardinals, Cardinal- Bish- 


ops, Cardinal-Priests, and Cardinal-Deacons, but 
these orders are distinct from those of the Hier- 
archy. The present Cardinal Priests and Deacons 
are Archbishops or Bishops. The Sacred College of 
Cardinals, when complete formerly consisted of 70 
members—6 Cardinal Bishops, 50 Cardinal Priests 
and 14 Cardinal Deacons (Cf. Canon 231Sec.1), but 
the late Pontiffs, Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI 
named a number in excess of this total. 


The Cardinal Bishops (except the Patriarch- Cardi- 


nals of the Oriental Rites), have as Titular Sees the 
Suburban Sees of Rome, which are: Porto and Santa 
Rufina, Albano, Palestrina, Sabina, Frascati, Velle- 


tri. The Cardinal Dean has united to his See the See 
of Ostia. The Cardinal Priests take their title from 
the “Titular Churches” to which they are appointed: 
the Cardinal Oeacons are appointed to other Chur- 
ches called ‘“Deaconries.” The first Cardinal] Bishop 
is Dean; the first Cardinal Priest is First Priest, and 
the first Cardinal Deacon is First Deacon of the Sa- 
cred College. The Dean has the right of consecrating 
the new Pope if he is not already a bishop; the First 
Deacon the right of proclaiming and crowning him. 
On the death of the Pontiff, the Cardinal Camerlen- 
go has the Administration of the affairs of the Holy 
See. 


(The “creation” of a Cardinal sometimes precedes, 


even by several years, the “publication and procla- 
mation.” The Cardinal is then said to be “reserved 
in pectore,” and when proclaimed, he takes the 
precedence according to date of creation.) 


The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church 


CARDINAL BISHOPS 
Cardinals of the Suburban Sees 
Confalonieri, Carlo, born in Seveso, Archdiocese of Mi- 
lan, July 25, 1893: created and proclaimed, Dec. 15, 
1958; Titular Bishop of Palestrina. Res., Via Rus- 
ticucci, 13, Rome, Italy. 
Marella, Paolo, born in Rome, Jan. 25, 1895; created and 
proclaimed, Dec. 14, 1959; Archpriest of the Basilica 


According to their rank of precedence. 


of St. Peter; Titular Bishop of Porto and Santa Rufi- 
na. Res., Via della Conciliazione 44, Rome, Italy. 


Villot, Jean, born in Saint-Amant-Tallende, Diocese of 


Clermont, Oct. 11, 1905; created and proclaimed, 
Feb. 22, 1965, Titular Bishop of Frascati; Secretary 
of State and Prefect of the Council for the Public 
Affairs of the Church, Camerlengo of the Holy Ro- 
man Church. Res., Vatican City State, Europe. 


Samore, Antonio, born in Bardi, diocese of Piacenza, 


Dec. 4, 1905; created and proclaimed, June 26, 1967, 
Titular Bishop of Sabina. Prefect of the Sacred Con- 
gregation for the Discipline of the Sacraments. Li- 
brarian and Archivist of the Church. Res., Vatican 
City State, Europe. 


Baggio, Sebastiano, born in Rosa, Diocese of Vicenza, 


May 16, 1913; created and proclaimed, April 28, 























THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY 


1969, Titular Bishop of Velletri. Prefect of the Sa- 
cred Congregation for Bishops. Res., Vatican City 
State, Europe. 

Carpino, Francesco, Referendario of the Sacred Congre- 
gation for Bishops, born in Palazzolo Acreide, arc- 
hdiocese of Syracuse, May 18, 1905; created and 
proclaimed, June 26, 1967. 

Cardinals of Patriarchal Sees of Oriental Rites Ste- 
phanos I Sidarouss, C.M., Coptic Patriarch of Alex- 
andria, born in Cairo, Feb. 22, 1904; created and 
proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965. Res., Rue Ibn Sandar 34, 
Pont de Koubbeh, le Caire, Egypte. 


CARDINAL PRIESTS 
Name in Italics Denotes Titular Church. 

Motta, de Vasconcellos, Carlo Carmelo (S. Pancrazio), 
Archbishop of Aparecida, Brazil; born in Bom Jesus 
do Amparo, Archdiocese of Mariana, July 16, 1890; 
created and proclaimed, Feb. 18, 1946. Res., Praca 
N. Sra Aparecida 273, Aparecida, Brazil. 

Caggiano, Antonio (S. Lorenzo in Panisperna), Arch- 
bishop of Buenos Aires; born in Coronda, Archdi- 
ocese of Santa Fe, Jan. 30, 1889; created and 
proclaimed, Feb. 18, 1946. Res., Palacio Episcopal, 
Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. 

Siri, Giuseppe (S. Maria della Vittoria), Archbishop of 
Genoa; born in Genoa, May 20, 1906; created and 
proclaimed, Jan. 12, 1953. Res., Arcivescovado, 
Genoa, Italy. 

McIntyre, James Francis (S. Anastasia), born in New 
York, June 25, 1886; created and proclaimed, Jan. 
12, 1953. Res., 637 S. Kingsley dr., Los Angeles, 
Calif. 

Wyszynski, Stefan (S. Maria in Trastevere), Archbishop 
of Gniezno and Warsaw; born in Zuzela, Diocese of 
Lomza, Aug. 3, 1901; created and proclaimed, Jan. 
12, 1953. Res., ul. Miodowa, 17, Warsaw, Poland. 

Leger, Paul-Emile, S.S. ( S. Maria Degli Angeli), born in 
Valleyfield, April 26, 1904; created and proclaimed, 
Jan. 12, 1953. Res., B.P. 207, Yaounde, Cameroon, 
Africa. 

Ottaviani, Alfredo (S. Maria in Domnica), born in 
Rome, Oct. 29, 1890; created and proclaimed, Jan. 
12, 1953. Res., Palazzo del S. Offizio, Rome, Italy. 

Barbieri, Antonio Maria, O.F.M.Cap. (S. Crisogono), 
Archbishop of Montevideo; born in Montevideo, 
Oct. 12, 1892; created and proclaimed, Dec. 15, 1958. 
Res., Montevideo (Adda) Dr. Luis A. deHerrera 
4196, (Uruguay). 

Bueno y Monreal, Joseph (SS. Vito, Modesto e Cresc- 
enzia), Archbishop of Seville; born in Saragossa, 
Sept. 11, 1904; created and proclaimed, Dec. 15, 
1958. Res., Palacio Arzobispal, Apart. 6, Seville, 
Spain. 

Koenig, Francis (S. Husebio ), Archbishop of Vienna; 
born in Rabenstein, Diocese of St. Poelten, Aug. 3, 
1905; created and proclaimed, Dec. 15, 1958. Res., 
Rotenturmstrasse 2, Wien I, Austria. 

Di Jorio, Alberto (S. Pudenziana), born in Rome, July 
18, 1884; created and proclaimed, Dec. 15, 1958. 
Res., Via della Conciliazione 10, Rome, Italy. 

Alfrink, Bernard (San Gioacchino), born in Nijkerk, 
Archdiocese of Utrecht, July 5, 1900; created and 
proclaimed, Mar. 28, 1960. Res., Aartsbisdom, 
Mauebaan 40, Utrecht, Holland. 

Rugambwa, Laurean (S. Francesco a Ripa), Archbishop 
of Dar-es-Salaam; born in Bukongo, Diocese of Ruta- 
bo, July 12, 1912; created and proclaimed, Mar. 28, 
1960. Res., Bishop’s House, Bukoba, Tanzania, East 
Africa. 

Quintero, Jose (SS. Andrea e Gregorio al Monte Celio), 
Archbishop of Caracas, born in Mucuhies, Archdi- 
ocese of Merida, Sept. 22, 1902; created and pro- 
claimed, Jan. 16, 1961. Res., Palacio Arzobispal, 
Apartado 954, Caracas, Venezuela. 

Landazuri, Ricketts Juan, O.F.M., (S. Maria in Araco- 
eli), Archbishop of Lima; born in Arequipa, Dec. 19, 
1913; created and proclaimed, Mar. 19, 1962. Res., 
Palacio Arzobispal, Plaza de Armas, Lima, Peru. 

Silva, Henriquez Raul, S.D.B., (S. Bernardo Alle 
Terme), Archbishop of Santiago; born in Talca, Sept. 
27, 1907; created and proclaimed,’ Mar. 19, 1962. 
Res., Palacio Arzobispal, Casilla 30-D, Santiago de 
Chile, Chile. 

Suenens, Leo Josef (S. Pietro in Vincoli), Archbishop of 
Malines-Brussels; born in Ixelles, Archdiocese of 
Malines-Brussels, July 16, 1904; created and pro- 
claimed, Mar. 19, 1962. Res., Aartsbisdom, Mechel- 
en, Belgium. 

Slipyj, Josyf, (S. Atanasio), Major-Archbishop of Lvov, 
born in Zazdrist, Feb. 17, 1892; created and pro- 
claimed, Feb. 22, 1965. Res., Vatican City State, 
Europe. 

Cooray, Thomas B., O.M.L., (SS. Nereo E Achilleo), Arch- 
bishop of Colombo in Ceylon, born in Periyamulla 
Negombo, Dec. 28, 1901; created and proclaimed, 
Feb. 22, 1965. 

Roy, Maurice, (Nostra Signora del Ss.mo Sacramento e 





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Martiri Canadesi), Archbishop of Quebec, born in 
Quebec, Jan. 25, 1905; created and proclaimed, Feb. 
22, 1965. 

McCann, Owen, (S. Prassede) Archbishop of Cape Town, 
born in Woodstock, June 26, 1907; created and pro- 
claimed, Feb. 22, 1965. 

Duval, Leon, (S. Balbina), Archbishop of Algiers, born 
in Chenex, diocese of Annecy, Nov. 9, 1903; created 
and proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965. 

Florit, Ermenegildo, (Regina Apostolorum), Archbishop 
of Florence, born in Fagagna, Archdiocese of Udine, 
July 5, 1901; created and proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965. 

Seper. Franjo, (SS. Pietro e Paolo in Via Ostiense), born 
in Osijek, Diocese of Djakovo, Oct. 2, 1905; created 
and proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965; Prefect of the Sacred 
Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Res., 
Piazza della Citta Leonina 1, Rome, Italy. 

Zoungrana, Paul, W.F., (S. Camillo), Archbishop of 
Ougadougou, born in Ougadougou, Sept. 3, 1917; 
created and proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965. 

Shehan, Lawrence J., (S. Clemente), Archbishop of Bal- 
timore, born in Baltimore, Mar. 18, 1898; created 
and proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965. 

Rossi, Agnelo, (Gran Madre di Dio), Prefect of the Sa- 
cred Congregation for the Evangelization of Peo- 
ples; born in Joaquim Egidio, Diocese of Campinas, 
May 4, 1913; created and proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965. 

Colombo, Giovanni, (S. Silvestro e Martino ai Monti), 
Archbishop of Milan, born in Caronno, Dec. 6, 1902; 
created and proclaimed, Feb. 22, 1965. 

Garrone, Gabriel (S. Sabina), born in Aix-les- Bains, arc- 
hdiocese of Chambery, Oct. 12, 1901; created and 
proclaimed, June 26, 1967. Prefect of the Sacred 
Congregation for Catholic Education. Res., Via dei 
Corridori, 64, Rome. 

O’Boyle, Patrick A. (S. Nicola in Carcere), born in Scran- 
ton, July 18, 1896; created and proclaimed, June 26, 
1967. Res., 4110 Warren street, N. W., Washington, 
Duc: 

de Furstenberg, Maximilian (SS. Cuore di Gesu a Castro 
Pretorio), born in Heerlen. diocese of Roermond, 
Oct. 23, 1904; created and proclaimed, June 26, 1967. 
Via della Conciliazione 34, Rome, Italy. 

Maurer, Joseph, C.SS.R., (S. Alfonso), Archbishop. of 
Sucre, born in Puttlingen, diocese of Trier, March 
13, 1900; created and proclaimed, June 26, 1967. 
Res., Arzobispado, Casilla 205, Sucre, Bolivia. 

Parente, Pietro (S. Lorenzo in Lucina ), born in Casal- 
nuovo Monterotaro (Foggia), diocese of Lucera, 
Feb. 16, 1891; created and proclaimed, June 26, 
1967. Res., Via della Conciliazione 1, Rome, Italy. 

Krol, John J. (S. Maria della Mercede e di S. Adriano a 
Villa Albani), Archbishop of Philadelphia, born in 
Cleveland, Oct. 26, 1910; created and proclaimed, 


June 26, 1967. Res., 5700 City Avenue, Philadelphia, : 


Pennsylvania. 

Cody, John P. (S. Cecilia), Archbishop of Chicago, born 
in St. Louis, Dec. 24, 1907; created and proclaimed, 
June 26, 1967. Res., 1555 North State Parkway, 
Chicago, Illinois. 

Ursi, Corrado (S. Callisto), Archbishop of Naples, born 
in Andria, July 26, 1908; created and proclaimed, 
June 26, 1967. Res., Largo Donnaregina, 23, Napoli, 
Italy. 

Bengsch, Alfred (S. Filippo in Eurosia), Archbishop- 
Bishop of Berlin, born in Berlin, Sept. 10, 1921; 
created and proclaimed, June 26, 1967. Res., I Berlin 
19, Wundstrasse 48-50, Germany. 

Darmajuwona, Justin (SS. Nomi di Gesu e Maria), Arch- 
bishop of Semarang, born in Godean, archdiocese of 
Semarang, Nov. 2, 1914; created and proclaimed, 
June 26, 1967. Res., Semarang, Djl. Pandanaran 13, 
(Java), Indonesia. 

Pellegrino, Michele (Ss. Nome di Gesu), Archbishop of 
Turin, born in Centallo, diocese of Fossano, Apr. 25, 
1903; created and proclaimed, June 26, 1967. Res., 
Arcivescovado, 12, Torino, Italy. 

Renard, Alexandre C. (S. Francesco di Paola ai Monti), 
Archbishop of Lyon, born in Avelin, diocese of Lille, 
June 7, 1906; created and proclaimed, June 26, 1967. 
Res., Archeveche, 1 Place de Fourviere, Lyon, Ve, 
Rhone, France. 

Vagnozzi, Egidio (S. Giuseppe al Trionfale), born in 
Rome, Feb. 22, 1906; created and proclaimed, June 
26, 1967. President of the Prefecture of the Holy 
et Economic Affairs. Res., Via Massini 91, Rome, 
Italy. 

Scherer, Alfredo (Nostra Signora de la Salette), Arch- 
bishop of Porto Alegre; born in Bom Principio, Arc- 
hdiocese of Porto Alegre, Feb. 5, 1903; created and 
proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Rua Espirito Santo 
95, Porto Alegro, Brazil. 

Rosales, Julio (S. Cuore di Gesu a Vitinia), Archbishop 
of Cebu; born in Calbayog, Sept. 18, 1906; created 
and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., P.O.B. 52, Cebu 
City, Philippines. 

Gray, Gordon (S. Chiara), Archbishop of St. Andrews 
and Edinburgh; born in Edinburgh, Aug. 10, 1910; 
created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., St. 


THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY 


Bennets, 42 Greenhill Gardens, Edinburgh 10, Scot- 
land. 

Miranda y Gomez, Miguel Dario ( S. Maria de Guada- 
lupe), Archbishop of Mexico City; born in Leon, Dec. 
19, 1895; created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. 
Res., Apartado Postal 8877, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. 

Parecattil, Joseph (Nostra Signora Regina Pacis), Arch- 
bishop of Ernakulam, Chaldean Rite; born in Kidan- 
goor, Archdiocese of Ernakulam, April 1, 1912; 
created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Post 
Bag No. 1209, Ernakulam, Cochin 11, Kerala, India. 

Dearden, John (S. Pio X alla Balduina), Archbishop of 
Detroit; born in Valley Falls, Diocese of Providence, 
Oct. 15, 1907; created and proclaimed April 28, 1969. 
Res., 1880 Wellesley Dr., Detroit, Mich., 48203. 

Marty, Francis (S. Luigi dei Francesi), Archbishop of 
Paris; born in Pachins, Diocese of Rodez, May 16, 
1904; created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., 
30 rue Barbet-de-Jouy, 75 Paris, France. 

Flahiff, George, C.S.B., (S. Maria della Salute), Arch- 
bishop of Winnipeg; born in Paris, Diocese of Hamil- 
ton, Oct. 26, 1905; created and proclaimed, April 28, 
1969. Res., 50 Stafford st., Winnipeg 9, Man., Cana- 
da. 

Gouyon, Paul ( Nativita via Gallia), Archbishop of 
Rennes; born in Bordeaux, Oct. 24, 1910; created 
and proclaimed April 28, 1969. Res., 3 Contour de la 
Motte, 35, Rennes, France. 

Casariego, Mario, C.R.S. (S. Maria in Aquiro), Arch- 
bishop of Guatemala; born in Figueres de Castropol, 
Archdiocese of Oviedo, Feb. 13, 1909; created and 
proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Palacio Arzobispal, 
Guatemala City, Guatemala, C. A. 

Enrique y Tarancon, Vicente (S. Giovanni Crisostomo). 
Archbishop of Madrid-Alcala; born in Burriana, Di- 
ocese of Tortosa, May 14, 1907; created and pro- 
claimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Palacio Arzobispal, 
Toledo, Spain. 

Malula, Joseph (S. Protomartiri via Aurelia Antica), 
Archbishop of Kinshasa; born in Kinshasa, Dec. 12, 
1917; created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., 
Archeveche, B.P. 1700, Kinshasa 1, Democratic 
Republic of the Congo. 


Munoz Vega, Paolo, S.J., (S. Roberto Bellarmino), Arch- 
bishop of Quito; born in Mira, Diocese of Tulcan, 
May 23, 1903; created and proclaimed, April 28, 
1969. Res., Apartado 106, Quito, Ecuador. 

Poma, Antonio (S$. Luca), Archbishop of Bologna; born 
in Villanterio, Diocese of Pavia, June 12, 1910; 
created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Ar- 
civescovado via Altabella 6, 40126, Bologna. 

Carberry, John (S. Giovanni Battista de Rossi), Arch- 
bishop of St. Louis; born in Brooklyn, July 31, 1904; 
created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., 4445 
Lindell blvd., St. Louis, Mo., 63108. 

Cooke, Terence (SS. Giovanni e Paolo), Archbishop of 
New York; born in New York, Mar. 1, 1921; created 
and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., 452 Madison 
ave., New York, N. Y., 10022. 

Kim Stephan, Sou Hwan, (S. Felice da Cantalice ), Arch- 
bishop of Seoul; born in Tae Gu, May 8, 1922; creat- 
ed and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Archbishops 
House 1, 2 Ga, Myeong Dong, Jung Ku, Seoul, 
Korea. 

De Araujo Sales, Eugenio (S. Gregorio VII), Archbishop 
of Rio de Janeiro; born in Acari, Diocese of Caico, 
Nov. 8, 1920; created and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. 
Res., Palacio Sao Joaquim, Rua da Gloria, 446, Rio 
de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Hoffner, Joseph (S. Andrea della Valle), Archbishop of 
Koln; born in Horhausen, Diocese of Trier, Dec. 24, 
1906; created and proclaimed, Apri! 28, 1969. Res., 
Marzellenstrasse 32, 5 Koln, Germany. 

Wright, John (Gesu Divin Maestro), born in Dorchester, 
Archdiocese of Boston, July 18, 1909; created and 
proclaimed, April 28, 1969; Prefect of the Sacred 
Congregation for the Clergy. Res., 3 Piazza Pio XII, 
Rome 00193, Italy. 

Bertoli, Paolo (S. Girolamo della Carita), born in Poggio 
Garfagnana, Diocese of Apuania, Feb. 1, 1908; creat- 
ed and proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Piazza della 
Citta Leonina 1, Rome, Italy. 

Willebrands, Jan (SS. Cosma e Damiano), Archbishop of 
Utrecht; born in Bovenharspel, Diocese of Haarlem, 
Sept. 4, 1909; created and proclaimed, April 28, 
1969; President of the Secretariat for Promoting 
Christian Unity. Res., Aartsbisdom, Mauebaan 40, 
Utrecht, Holland. 

Ribeiro, Antonio (S. Antonio da Padova), Patriarch of 
Lisbon, born in Gandarela Pastia, Archdiocese of 
Braga, May 21, 1928; created and proclaimed March 
5, 1973. Res., Campo de Santana 45, Lisbon, Portu- 


gal. 

Knox, Robert (S. Maria in Vallicella), Archbishop of 
Melbourne, born in Bayswater, Archdiocese of 
Perth, March 2, 1914: created and proclaimed 
March 5, 1973. Res., St. Patrick’s Cathedral Place, 
Melbourne, Victoria, 3002 Australia. 

Brandao Vilela, Avelar (SS. Bonifacio e Alessio), Arch- 














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bishop of Sao Salvador de Bahia; born in Vicosa, 
Archdiocese of Maceio, June 13, 1912. Res. Palacio 
Arquiepiscopal do Campo Grande, Praca de Se, Sal- 
vador, Est. de Bahia, Brasil. 

Cordeiro, Joseph (S. Andrea Apostolo), Archbishop of 
Karachi, born in Bombay, January 19, 1918. Creat- 
ed and proclaimed March 5, 1973. Res., St. Patrick’s 
Cathedral, Karachi 3. Pakistan. 

Munoz Duque, Anibal, (S. Bartolomeo in Insula), Arch- 
bishop of Bogota: born in Santa Rosa de Osos, Octo- 
ber 3, 1908; created and proclaimed March 5, 1973. 
Res., Arzobispado, Carrera 7, n. 10-20, Bogota D.E., 
Colombia. 

Aponte Martinez, Louis (S. Maria Madre della Prov- 
videnza), Archbishop of San Juan, born in Lajas, 
diocese of Ponce August 4, 1922. Created and pro- 
claimed March 5, 1973. Address: Calle San Jorge 
201 Santurce, Puerto Rico, 00912. 

Primatesta, Raoul (S. Maria Vergine Addolorata), Arch- 
bishop of Cordoba, born in Capilla del Senor, Arc- 
hdiocese of La Plata, April 14, 1919; created and 
proclaimed March 5, 1973. Address: Avda H. Irigoy- 
en 98 Cordoba, Argentina. 

Pappalardo, Salvatore (S. Maria Odigitria), Archbishop 
of Palermo; born in Villafranca Sicula, diocese of 
Agrigento, September 23, 1918. Created and pro- 
claimed March 5, 1973. Res., Arcivescovado, Via 
Matteo Bonello 2, 90134 Palermo, Italy. 

Gonzales Martin, Marcelo (S. Agostino), Archbishop of 
Toledo; born in Villanubla, Archdiocese of Valladol- 
id, January 16, 1918. Created and proclaimed 
March 5, 1973. Res., Arco de Palacio 1 Toledo, Es- 
pana. 

Guyot, Louis Jean (S. Agnese), Archbishop of Toulouse; 
born in Bordeaux July 7, 1905. Created and pro- 
claimed March 5, 1973. Res., 26 Rue Perchepeinte 
Toulouse, CEDEX, France. 

Poletti, Ugo (Ss. Ambrogio e Carlo), Vicar General of 
His Holiness for the City of Rome. Born in Omegna, 
diocese of Novara, April 19, 1914. Created and pro- 
claimed March 5, 1973. Res., Piazza San Giovanni in 
Laterano 4, Rome, Italy. 

Manning, Timothy (S. Lucia al Clodio), Archbishop of 
Los Angeles. Born in Balingeary, Diocese of Cork, 
November 15, 1909. Created and proclaimed March 
5, 1973. Res., 1531 West 9th street, Los Angeles, 
California, 90015. 

Ottunga, Maurice (San Gregorio Barbarigo), Archbish- 
op of Nairobi; born in Chebukwa, diocese of Kisumu 
in January 1923. Created and proclaimed March 5, 
1973. Address; P.O. Box 14231, Nairobi, Kenya. 

Salazar Lopez, Jose (S. Emerentia at Tor Fiorenza), 
Archbishop of Guadalajara. Born in Ameca, archdi- 
ocese of Guadalajara, January 20, 1910. created and 
proclaimed March 5, 1973. Address; Apartado Post- 
al 1-331, Guadalajara Jal., Mexico. 

Medeiros, Humberto (S. Susanna), Archbishop of Bos- 
ton; born in Arrifes S. Miguel, Dicese of Angra, Oc- 
tober 6, 1915. Created and proclaimed March 5, 
1973. Res., 2101 Commonwealth ave., Brighton, 
Massachusetts, 02135. 

Arns, Paul Evaristo, O.F.M. (S. Antonio da Padova in 
Via Tuscolana), Archbishop of Sao Paulo; born in 
Forquilhinha, Diocese of Tubarao, September 14, 
1921. Created and proclaimed March 5, 1973. Ad- 
dress: Caixa Postal 30-405, Sao Paulo Capital, Bra- 
zil. 

Freeman, James Darcy (S. Maria Regina della Pace), 
Archbishop of Sydney; born in Sydney, November 
19, 1907. Created and proclaimed March 5, 1973. 
Res., St. Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, N.S.W. Aus- 
tralia, 2000. 

Jubany Arnau, Narciso. (S. Lorenzo in Damaso), Arch- 
bishop of Barcelona; born in Santa Colomba de 
Farnes Diocese of Gerona, August 12, 1913. Created 
and proclaimed March 5, 1973. Address: Calle del 
Obispo Irurita 5, Barcelona 2, Spain. 

Volk, Herrman (Ss. Fabiano e Venanzio), Bishop of 


Mainz; born in Steinheim, Diocese of Mainz, Decem-: 


ber 27, 1903. Created and proclaimed March 5, 1973. 
Address: Bishofl. Ordin. Postfach 1560, 6500 Mainz, 
Am Rosengarten 2, Deutschland. 

Taofinu’u, Pio, S.M. (S. Onofrio), Bishop of Apia, Samoa: 
born in Falealupo, Diocese of Apia, December 9 
1923. Created and proclaimed March 5, 1973. Ad- 
dress: P.O. Box 532, Apia, Western Samoa, Oceania. 

Beras Rojas, Octavio (San Sisto), Archbishop of Santo 
Domingo; born in Seybo, Archdiocese of Santo 
Domingo, November 16, 1906. Created and pro- 
claimed, May 24, 1976. Address: Apartado 186, San- 
to Domingo, R.D. 

\Aramburu, Juan Carlos (San Giovanni Battista dei Fi- 
orentini), Archbishop of Buenos Aires; born in Re- 
duccion, Archdiocese of Cordoba, February 11, 
1912. Created and proclaimed, May 24, 1976. Ad- 
dress: Arzobispado, Suipacha 1034, 1008 Buenos 
Aires, Argentina. 

Thiandoum, Hyacinthe (Santa Maria del Popolo), Arch- 
bishop of Dakar; born in Poponguine, Archdiocese 
of Dakar, February 2, 1921. Created and pro- 





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claimed, May 24, 1976. Address: P.B. 1908, Dakar, 
Senegal. 

Nsubuga, Emmanuel (Santa Maria Nuova), Archbish- 
op of Kampala; born in Kisule, Archdiocese of Kam- 
pala, November 11, 1914. Created and proclaimed 
May 24, 1976. Address; P.O. Box 14125, Mengo, 
Kampala, Uganda. 

Picachy, Lawrence Trevor, S.J. (Sacro Cuore di Maria), 
Archbishop of Calcutta; born in Lebong, Diocese of 
Darjeeling, August 7, 1916. Created and proclaimed, 
May 24, 1976. Address; Archbishop’s House, 32 
Park st., Calcutta 70016, India. 

Sin, Jaime L. (Santa Maria ai Monti), Archbishop of 
Manila; born in New Washington, Diocese of Kalibo, 
August 31, 1928. Created and proclaimed, May 24, 
1976. Address; Archbishop’s House, 1000 General 
Solano, P.O. Box 132, San Miguel, Manila, Philip- 
pines. 

Baum, William Wakefield (Santa Croce in Via Flam- 
inia), Archbishop of Washington; born in Dallas, 
November 21, 1926. Created and proclaimed, May 
24, 1976. Res., 1721 Rhode Island ave., N.W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Lorscheider, Aloisio, O.F.M. (San Pietro in Montorio), 
Archbishop of Fortaleza; born in Linha Geraldo, 
Archdiocese of Porto Alegre, October 8, 1924. Creat- 
ed and proclaimed, May 24, 1976. Address: Arcebis- 
pado, C.P. 9, 60000, Fortaleza, Est. do Ceara, Brasil. 

Lekai, Laszlo (Santa Teresa al Corso d'Italia), Archbish- 
op of Esztergom: born in Zalalovo, Diocese of Vesz- 
prem, March 12, 1910. Created and proclaimed, 
May 24, 1976. Address: H-2500 Esztergom, Berenyi 
Zsigmond-u 2, Pf. 25, Magyarorszag, Hungary. 

Hume, George Basil, O.S.B. (San Silvestro in Capite), 
Archbishop of Westminster; born in Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, March 2, 1923. Created and proclaimed, May 
24, 1976. Address: Archbishop’s House, Westmin- 
ster, London, SW1P-1QJ, England. 

Razafimahatratra, Victor, S.J. (Santa Croce in Gerusa- 
lemme), Archbishop of Tananarive; born in Am- 
bonitsilena, Archdiocese of Finarantsoa, September 
8, 1921. Created and proclaimed, May 24, 1976. Ad- 
dress: Archeveche, Andohalo, Tananarive, Malaga- 
sy Republic. 

Ekandem, Dominic Ignatius (San Marcello) , Bishop of 
Ikot Ekpene; born in Iblono, Diocese of Calabar, 
1917. Created and proclaimed, May 24, 1976. Ad- 
dress: Bishop’s House, Ifuho, P.O. Box 70, Ikot Ek- 
pene, Nigeria. 

Tomasek, Frantisek (SS. Vitale, Valeria, Gervasio and 
Protasio), Archbishop of Prague; born in Studenka, 
Archdiocese of Olomouc, June 30, 1899. Created “in 
pectore,” May 24, 1976; proclaimed June 27, 1977. 
Address: Archbishop’s House, Praha 1, Czechoslo- 
vakia. 

Benelli, Giovanni (S. Prisca), Archbishop of Florence; 
born in Poggiole, Diocese of Pistoia, May 12, 1921. 
Created and proclaimed, June 27, 1977. Address: 
Arcivescovado, Piazza S. Giovanni 3, 50129, Fi- 
renze, Italia. 

Ratzinger, Joseph (S. Maria Ausiliatrice), Archbishop 
of Munich and Freising; born 1928. Address: Post- 
fach 360, D-8000 Munchen 33, Germany. 


CARDINAL DEACONS 
Name in Italics Denotes Deaconies. 


Felici, Pericle (S. Apollinare), born in Segni, Aug. 1, 
1911; created and proclaimed, June 26, 1967. Presi- 
dent of the Pontifical Commission for the Revision 
of the Code of Canon Law. Res., Via Pfeiffer 10, 
Rome, Italy. 

Oddi, Silvio (S. Agata in Urbe), born in Morfasso, Di- 
ocese of Piacenza, Nov. 14, 1910; created and pro- 
claimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Via Pompeo Magno, 
21, Rome, Italy. 

Paupini, Giuseppe (Ognissanti), born in Mondavio, Di- 
ocese of Fano, Feb. 25, 1907; created and pro- 
claimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Via Aristofane 41, 
Rome, Italy. 

Violardo, Giacomo (S. Eustachio), born in Govone, Di- 
ocese of Alba, May 10, 1898; created and pro- 
claimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Via Pancrazio Pfeiffer 
10, Rome, Italy. 

Nasalli Rocea di Corneliano, Mario (S. Giovanni Decol- 
lato), born in Piacenza, Aug. 12, 1903; created and 
proclaimed, April 28, 1969. Res., Piazza della Citta 
Leonina, 9, Rome, Italy. 

Guerri, Sergio (S. Nome de Maria), born in Tarquinia, 
Dec. 25, 1905; created and proclaimed, April 28, 
1969. Pro-Pres. of the Pontifical Commission of the 
State of Vatican City. Res., Vatican City State, 
Europe. 

Pignedoli, Sergio (San Giorgio in Velabro), born in Feli- 
na, Diocese of Reggio Emilia, June 4, 1910; created 
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Mozzoni, Umberto (S. Eugenio Papa), born in Buenos 
Aires, June 29, 1904; created and proclaimed March 
5, 1973. Address: Vatican City State, Europe. 


Philippe, Paul, O.P. (San Pio Val Villa Carpegna), born 
in Paris, April 16, 1905; created and proclaimed 
March 5th, 1973. Address; Vatican City State, 
Europe. 


Palazzini, Pietro (San Damiani ai Monti), born in Piob- 
bico, Diocese of Cagli, May 19, 1912. Created and 
proclaimed March 5, 1973. Address: Vatican City 
State, (Europe). 


Antonelli, Ferdinando, O.F.M., (San Sebastiano al 
Palatino), born in Subbiano, diocese of Arezzo, July 
14, 1896. Created and proclaimed March 5, 1973. 
Res., Vatican City State, Europe. 


Rossi, Opilio (Santa Maria Liberatrice a Monte Tes- 
taccio), Titular Archbishop of Ancira; born in New 
York, May 14, 1910. Created and proclaimed, May 
24, 1976. Address: 00186 Roma, Via della Scrofa, 70. 


Sensi, Giuseppe Maria (Santi Biagio e Carlo ai Catina- 
ri), Titular Archbishop of Sardi; born in Cosenza, 
May 27, 1907. Created and proclaimed, May 24, 
1976. Address: 00153 Roma, Piazza S. Calisto, 16. 


Bafile, Corrado (Santa Maria in Portico), Prefect of the 
Sacred Congr. for the Causes of the Saints; born in 
Aquila, July 4, 1903. Created and proclaimed May 
24, 1976. Address: 00193 Roma, Via P. Pancrazio 
Pfeiffer, 10. 


Schroeffer, Joseph (San Saba), Titular Archbishop of 
Volturno; born in Ingolstadt, Diocese of Eichstatt, 
February 20, 1903. Created and proclaimed, May 24, 
1976. Address: 00193 Roma, Via Rusticucci, 13. 


Pironio, Eduardo (Santi Cosma e Damiano), Prefect of 
the Sacred Congr. for Religious; born in Nueve de 
Julio, December 3, 1920. Created and proclaimed, 
May 24, 1976. Address: 00193 Roma, Piazza del S. 
Uffizio, 11. 


Gantin, Bernardin (S. Cuore di Cristo Re), born in Toffo, 
Archdiocese of Cotonou, May 8, 1922. Created and 
proclaimed, June 27, 1977. President of the Council 
for Justice and Peace. Address: Vaticann City State, 
Europe. 


Ciappi, Mario Luigi, O.P. (N. Signora del S. Cuore), Titu- 
lar Archbishop of Miseno. Born 1909. Address: Vati- 
can City State, Europe. 


PATRIARCHS 

ALEXANDRIA (Egypt), Coptic Rite—His Beatitude and 
Eminence Stephanos I, Patriarch-Cardinal Sida- 
rouss, C.M., born in Cairo, Feb. 22, 1904; appointed 
Patriarch, May 10, 1958. Created and proclaimed 
Cardinal in the Consistory of Feb. 22, 1965. Res., 
Rue Ibn Sandar 34, Pont de Koubbeh, le Caire, 
Egypte, R.A.U. 


ANTIOCH (Syria), Syriac Rite—His Beatitude Ignatius 
Anthony II, Hayek, born in Halab, Archdiocese of 
Aleppo, Sept. 14, 1910; elected Patriarch, Mar. 10, 
1968. Res., Rue Damas Beyrouth, Lebanon. Maro- 
nite Rite—His Beatitude Anthony Peter Khoraiche, 
born in Ain Ebel, Sept. 20, 1907; elected Patriarch, 
1975. Melchite Rite—His Beatitude Maximos V. 
Hakim, born in Tantah, May 18, 1908; elected Pa- 
triarch, Nov. 22, 1967. Res.—(Winter), Cairo, Egypt; 
(Summer), Damascus, Syria. 


JERUSALEM (Israel)—Giacomo Beltritti, born in Peve- 
ragno, diocese of Mondovi 23 Dec. 1910. Ordained 
Coadjutor with right of succession 10 Oct. 1965. Suc- 
ceeded Jan. 1971. 


BABYLON OF THE CHALDEANS—His Beatitude Paul II 
Cheikho; born in Alquoch, Diocese of Mossul, Nov. 
19, 1906; elected Patriarch, Dec. 13, 1958 and con- 
firmed Mar. 13, 1959. 


CILICIA OF THE ARMENIANS—His Beatitude Hemaiagh 
Peter XVII Ghedighian, born in Trabzon, Oct. 2, 
1905; elected Patriarch July 3, 1976 and Confirmed 
July 5, 1976. 


East INpies—Most Rev. Giuseppe Vieira Alvernaz; 
born in Ribeirinha do Pico, Diocese of Angra, Feb. 
5, 1898; transferred to Titular See of Anasartha, 
Dec. 23, 1950; Succeeded as Coadjutor, Sept. 16, 
1953. 


Lisson (Portugal)—His Eminence Antonio Cardinal 
Ribeiro, born in Gandarela, Archdiocese of Braga, 
May 21, 1928; appointed Patriarch May 10, 1971. 
Created and proclaimed Cardinal in the Consistory 
of Mar. 5, 1973. 

VENICE (Italy)—Most Rev. Marco Cei, born in Izano Di- 
ocese of Crema, July 8, 1925; ordained Mar. 27, 
1948; elected Titular Bishop of Vulturia Apr. 22, 
1970; Patriarch Dec. 7, 1978. 


























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The Roman Curia 





Pe Se a 


THE ROMAN CURIA 


I. THE SECRETARIAT OF STATE OR PAPAL SECRETARIAT 


and 


THE COUNCIL FOR THE PUBLIC AFFAIRS OF THE CHURCH 


THE SECRETARIAT OF STATE OR 
PAPAL SECRETARIAT 

The Secretariat of State or Papal Secretariat, offers 
the closest assistance to the Supreme Pontiff both in 
the care of the universal Churen and in dealings 
with the branches of the Roman Curia. 

The Secretariat handles anything the Supreme Pon- 
tiff entrusts to it as well as matters of ordinary busi- 
ness which do not fall within the competence of the 
departments of the Roman Curia. It fosters rela- 
tions with these departments, with the Bishops, 
with the Legates of the Holy See, with civil govern- 
ments and their representatives, and with private 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION FOR THE 
DOCTRINE OF THE FAITH 

The Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the 
Faith has the task of safeguarding doctrine on faith 
and morals throughout the entire Catholic world. It 
examines all questions which touch faith and mor- 
als or are connected with the faith itself. It also 
examines new doctrines and opinions and promotes 
study on these matters. This Sacred Congregation 
reproves doctrines opposed to the principles of the 
faith after the interested Bishops of a region have 
been heard. It studies the books referred to it and, 
if necessary, reproves them after the author has 
been heard and has had an opportunity to defend 
himself and after the Ordinary has been fore- 
warned. It also examines all that concerns “the 
provilege of the faith” both in law and in fact. It is 
competent to pass judgment on errors about the 
faith according to the norms of an ordinary process. 
It safeguards the dignity of the sacrament of Pen- 
ance. The Sacred Congregation proceeds adminis- 
tratively or judicially according to the nature of the 
question to be treated. 

Cardinal Prefect: Franjo Cardinal Seper 

Secretary: Most Rev. Jerome Hamer, O.P., Tit. Arch- 
bishop of Lorium 

Office: 11 Piazza del S. Uffizio, Rome, Italy 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION 
FOR BISHOPS 

In those places and for those persons not subject to 
the Congregation for the Oriental Churches or for 
the Evangelization of Peoples, the Congregation for 
Bishops establishes new dioceses, provinces and re- 
gions and divides, unites and realigns them after 
consulting the interested Episcopal Conferences 
and others; it erects military vicariates and, after 
consulting the Episcopal Conference, prelacies for 
special pastoral ministries for various regions or 
social groups. This Congregation provides also for 
the naming of bishops, apostolic administrators, 
coadjutors and auxiliaries of bishops, military and 
other vicars and prelates enjoying personal jurisdic- 
tion. 

It is competent for all things that have to do with 
bishops and publishes norms which, through the 
Episcopal Conference, provide for the more urgent 
needs of the faithful. 

Cardinal Prefect: Sebastiano Cardinal Baggio. 

Secretary: Most Rev. Ernesto Civardi, Tit. Archbish- 
op of Sardica 

Office: 10 Piazza Pio XII, Rome, Italy 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION FOR THE 
ORIENTAL CHURCHES 

This Congregation has as many offices as there are 
rites of Oriental Churches in communion with the 
Apostolic See. It treats all questions which pertain 
either to persons, or to discipline, or to the rites of 
the Oriental Churches, even if they are mixed in 
that by the nature of the thing or of persons they 
involve Latins. Territories in which a major part of 
the Christians belong to Oriental rites are subject 
only to this Congregation. Even in Latin territories 
it carefully supervises the faithful of Oriental rites 
and provides as much as possible for their spiritual 
needs even by the establishment of their own hier- 
archy if the number of faithful and circumstances 
require this. 


persons but without prejudice to the Council for the 
Public Affairs of the Church and, as occasion re- 
quires, in accord with it. 

Cardinal Secretary: Jean Cardinal Villot. 

Substitute: Most Rev. Giuseppe Caprio, Tit. Arch- 
bishop of Apollonia. 

Office: Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano, Vatican City, 
Europe. 


THE COUNCIL FOR THE PUBLIC 
AFFAIRS OF THE CHURCH 
It pertains to this Council to treat all matters which 
pertain to civil governments. It also handles sub- 


Il. THE SACRED CONGREGATIONS 


Cardinal Prefect: Paul Cardinal Philippe, O.P. 

Secretary: Most Rev. Mario Brini, Tit. Archbishop of 
Algiza 

Office: 34 Via della Conciliazione, 00193, Rome, Italy 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION FOR THE 
SACRAMENTS AND DIVINE WORSHIP 
The Sacred Congregation for the Discipline of the 
Sacraments oversees all matters which pertain to 
the discipline of the seven sacraments without 
prejudice to the other offices of the Holy See which 
have a special competency. It alone examines the 
non-consummation of a marriage and the presence 
of causes for the granting of a dispensation and ev- 
erything connected with them. It has competence 
with regard to the obligations connected with major 
orders and it examines questions about the validity 

of sacred ordination. 
Cardinal Prefect: James Cardinal Knox. 
Secretary: Most Rev. Antonio Innocenti. 
Office: 10 Piazza Pio XII, Rome, Italy 


SACRED CONGREGATION FOR 
THE CAUSES OF SAINTS 

The Sacred Congregation for the Causes of Saints, 
presided over by a Cardinal with the assistance of 
a Secretary and an Undersecretary, is competent in 
all matters which in any way pertain to the Beatifi- 
cation of Servants of God or to the Canonization of 
the Blessed or to the preservation of Relics. 

pee Sacred Congregation is divided into three of- 
ices. 

Cardinal Prefect: Corrado Cardinal Bafile. 

Secretary: Most Rev. Giuseppe Casoria. 

Office: 10 Piazza Pio XII, Rome, Italy. 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION FOR 
THE CLERGY 

The Sacred Congregation for the Clergy is competent 
in all those things which concern clerics who exer- 
cise an apostolate in a diocese, whether it be their 
persons, their work or pastoral ministry. 

1. First Office: the Congregation studies, proposes 
and urges the means and aids by which priests 
strive for sanctity. This office also has charge of 
everything which concerns the work and discipline 
of the diocesan clergy. 

2. Second Office: particularly promotes the preaching 
of the Word of God and the works of the apostolate 
and organization of catechesis, evaluates and ap- 
proves pastoral and catechetical directories, fosters 
national and international Catechetical Congresses 
and indicates the opportune norms for religious in- 
struction of children, young people and adults. 

3. Third Office: looks to the preservation and ad- 
ministration of the temporal goods of the Church 
without prejudice to the other Congregations which 
have temporal goods committed to their vigilance. 

Cardinal Prefect: John Cardinal Wright. 

Secretary: Most Rev. Maximino Romero de Lema. 

Office: 3 Piazza Pio XII, Rome, Italy 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION FOR 
RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR INSTITUTES 
This Sacred Congregation is divided into two sec- 
tions: one for Religious and the other for Secular 
Institutes. 


jects submitted to its examination by the Holy Fa- 
ther, particularly where there is some connection 
with civil law. The Council fosters diplomatic rela- 
tions with nations and has charge of nunciatures, 
internunciatures and apostolic delegations, jointly 
with the Secretariat of State. 

Cardinal Prefect: Jean Cardinal Villot. 

Secretary: Most Rev. Agostino Casaroli, Tit. Arch- 
bishop of Carthage 

Office: Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano, Vatican City, 
Europe. 


1. First Section: is entrusted with the affairs of all 
religious institutes of the Latin Rite and their mem- 
bers. it is also competent in matters which pertain 
to societies of common life, whose members live like 
religious, or to Third Orders as such. 

2. Second Section: is competent in the same way, all 
else being equal, for secular institutes which, al- 
though not religious, make a true and complete 
profession of the evangelical counsels in the world. 

Prefect. Eduardo Cardinal Pironio. 

Secretary: Most Rev. Augustine Mayer, O.S.B. 

Office: 3 Piazza Pio XII, Rome, Italy 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION FOR 
CATHOLIC EDUCATION 

It is competent for all that pertains to the formation 
of clerics and the Catholic education both of clerics 
and of the laity. 

1. First Office: is charged with the direction, disci- 
pline and temporal administration of seminaries 
and whatever touches the education of the diocesan 
clergy and the scientific formation of religious and 
secular institutes. 

2. Second Office: oversees universities, faculties, 
athenaea and any institute of higher learning which 
has the name “Catholic” in so far as they depend on 
the authority of the Church, not excluding those 
directed by religious or the laity. 

3. Third Office: cares for the establishment of paro- 
chial and diocesan schools; watches over all Catholic 
schools below the level of a university and faculty, 
as well as all institutes of instruction or education 
dependent on the authority of the Church. 

Also within the Congregation is located the Pontifical 
Work for Vocations, which is charged with coor- 
dinating and promoting the work of fostering all 
ecclesiastical vocations. 

Prefect: Gabriel Marie Cardinal Garrone. 

Secretary: Most Rev. Antonio Javierre-Ortas. 

Office: 3 Piazza Pio XII, Rome, Italy ; 


THE SACRED CONGREGATION FOR THE 
EVANGELIZATION OF PEOPLES OR 
FOR THE PROPAGATION OF THE FAITH 
It is competent for those things which pertain to all 
the missions established for the spread of the king- 
dom of Christ throughout the world and therefore 
for whatever is connected with the assignment and 
transferral of the necessary ministers, for describ- 
ing ecclesiastical boundaries and proposing those 
who will govern them. It encourages the develop- 
ment of an indigenous clergy to whom will be gradu: 
ally entrusted more authority and work. In the 
places subject to it the Congregation sponsors mis- 
sionary initiatives and promotes missionary voca- 
tions and spirituality. It has charge of all that 
pertains to the holding of synods and councils, to the 
establishing of episcopal conferences and to the re- 
view of their statutes and decrees. The Congrega- 
tion has a Supreme Council for the direction of 
Pontifical Missionary Works, on which depend the 
general Councils of the Missionary Union of the 
Clergy, the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 
the Society of St. Peter the Apostole, and the Society 

of the Holy Childhood 
Cardinal Prefect: Agnelo Cardinal Rossi. 
Secretary: Most Rev. D. Simon Lourdusamy. 


Office: Palazzo di Propaganda Fide, 48 Piazza di Spag- 


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THE SECRETARIAT FOR PROMOTING 
CHRISTIAN UNITY 

The Secretariat is competent for the promotion of 
Christian unity and has the duty to do so. It has 
charge of relations with those of other communities; 
considers the correct interpretation and observance 
of the principles of ecumenism; promotes Catholic 
groups and coordinates the efforts at unity both on 
the national and international levels; institutes col- 
loquies on ecumenical questions and activities with 
Churches and ecclesial communities separated from 
the Holy See; deputes Catholic observers for Chris- 
tian congresses; invites to Catholic gatherings ob- 
servers of the separated brethren; orders into 
practice conciliar decrees on ecumenical matters. 
Furthermore, it is competent for all questions con- 
cerning religious relations with Judaism. 

Cardinal Praeses: Jan Cardinal Willebrands. 

Vice President: Most Rev. Ramon Torrella Cascante. 

Secretary: Rev. Msgr. Charles Moeller. 


SUPREME TRIBUNAL OF THE 
APOSTOLIC SIGNATURA 

First Section: the Tribunal judges the matters as- 
signed to it in the Code of Canon Law; it prorogues 
the competence of tribunals; it extends the forum 
for strangers in Rome to cases of matrimonial nulli- 
ty in extraordinary circumstances and for grave 
reasons; it supervises the proper administration of 
justice; it provides for the establishment of regional 
and interregional tribunals; it enjoys the rights as- 
signed to it in concordats between the Holy See and 
the various nations. 

Second Section: the Signatura settles questions about 
the exercise of administrative ecclesiastical power 
which are referred to it. It also passes on conflicts of 
competence among the departments of the Holy 


APOSTOLIC CAMERA 
It cares for and administers the temporal goods and 
rights of the Holy See during a vacancy. 
Camerlegno: Jean Cardinal Villot. 


PREFECTURE FOR ECONOMIC AFFAIRS 
OF THE HOLY SEE 

This is directed by a Commission of three Cardinals 
and coordinates and watches over the administra- 
tion of the possessions of the Holy See. It receives 
the reports on the receipts and disbursements of the 
Church’s goods and the various budgets. 

President: Egidio Cardinal Vagnozzi 

Secretary: Rev. Msgr. Giovanni A. Abbo. 

Office: Largo del Colonnato, 3, 00193, Rome, Italy. 


WORKING IN THE ROMAN CURIA 


Secretariat of State: Rev. Msgr. Justin Rigali; 
Father Reginald Foster, O.C.D. 

Council for the Public Affairs of the Church: Rev. Msgr. 
Ambrose De Paoli; 
Father John Bukovsky, S.V.D. 

Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith: Fa- 
ther William Levada. 

Sacred Congregation for Bishops: Rev. Msgr. John 
Strynkowski. 

Sacred Congregation for the Oriental Churches: Rev. 
Msgr. John McCarthy. 

Sacred Congregation for the Clergy: Card. John Wright; 
Rev. Msgr. Hilary Franco; 


PONTIFICAL COMMISSION FOR 
BIBLICAL STUDIES 
President: Franjo Cardinal Seper. 
Secretary: Most Rev. Albert L. DesCamps. 
Office: Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano, Vatican City. 


PONTIFICAL COMMISSION FOR THE 
REVISION OF THE CODE OF CANON LAW 
President: Pericle Cardinal Felici. 
Secretary: Most Rev. Jose Castillo Lara Rosalio. 
Office: 1 Via dell’Erba, Rome, Italy. 


PONTIFICAL COMMISSION FOR 





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III. SECRETARIATS 
Office: 1 via dell’Erba, Rome, Italy 


SECRETARIAT FOR NON-CHRISTIANS 

This Secretariat occupies itself with those who, al- 
though outside the Christian religion, profess some 
religion or have a religious sense. It fosters studies 
and promotes relations with non-Christians to bring 
about an increase in mutual respect and seeks ways 
to establish a dialogue with them; it receives and 
carefully weighs the wishes of the Ordinaries; it pro- 
vides for the formation of those who participate in 
dialogue. 

Cardinal Praeses: Sergio Cardinal Pignedoli. 

Secretary: Rev. Msgr. Pietro Rossano. 

Office: Palazzo S. Calisto, Vatican City 


SECRETARIAT FOR NON-BELIEVERS 
With the approval of the Supreme Pontiff, the Se- 
cretariat studies atheism in order to explore more 
fully its nature and, as far as possible, to establish 
a dialogue with non-believers who sincerely wish to 


IV. TRIBUNALS 


See; it examines administrative matters referred to 
it by the Congregations of the Roman Curia as well 
as questions committed to it by the Holy Father. 

Cardinal Prefect: Pericle Cardinal Felici 

Secretary: Most Rev. Aurelio Sabattani. 

Office: 1 Piazza della Cancelleria, Rome, Italy 


THE SACRED ROMAN ROTA 
The Rota is a tribunal of the Holy See which hears 
appeals from decisions of regional, metropolitan 
and diocesan tribunals. It is also a court of first 
instance for cases specified in the law and for others 
committed to the Rota by the Roman Pontiff. The 
greater part of its decisions concern the mullity of 
marriage. In such cases its competence includes 
marriages between two Catholics, between a Cath- 


V. OFFICES 


ADMINISTRATION OF THE PATRIMONY 
OF THE HOLY SEE 

Ordinary Section: Performs the tasks of administra- 
tion committed to it. 

Extraordinary Section: Handles the duties commit- 
ted to it by the Sovereign Pontiff. 

President: Jean Cardinal Villot 

Secretary: Most Rev. Lorenzo Antonetti, Tit. Arch- 
bishop of Roselle. 


PREFECTURE OF THE PAPAL 


HOUSEHOLD 
It is in charge of the Apostolic Palace and is at the 
service of the Holy Father both there and wherever 
he goes. It arranges audiences with His Holiness 


VI. UNITED STATES PARTICIPANTS 


Father Vincent Mallon, M.M.; 
Rev. Father Donald Wuerl. 


Sacred Congregation for Religious and Secular Insti- 


tutes: Father Basil Heiser, O.F.M.Conv.; 
Father Bernard Ransing, C.S.C. 
Sr. Miriam Cerletty, S.D.S. 

Sacred Congregation for Catholic Education: 
Msgr. Fabian Bruskewitz. 


Rev. 


Sacred Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples: 


Rev. Msgr. Charles B. Mouton; 
Father Charles Schleck, C.S.C. 
Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity: Father John 
Long, S.J.; 
Father Jerome Vereb, C.P. 
Council for the Laity-Committee for the Family: Father 


VII. PERMANENT COMMISSIONS 


REVISION OF THE CODE OF 
ORIENTAL CANON LAW 
President: Joseph Cardinal Parecattil. 
Vice-President: Most Rev. Miroslav Stefan Marusyn. 
Secretary: Rev. Ivan Zuzek. 
Office: 34 Via della Conciliazione, Rome, Italy. 


PONTIFICAL COMMISSION FOR 
SOCIAL COMMUNICATIONS 
President: Most Rev. Andrea Deskur. 
Secretary: Rev. Romeo Panciroli, F.S.C.J. 
Office: Palazzo San Carlo, Vatican City. 
President Emeritus: Most Rev. Martin J. O’Connor. 


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collaborate. 
Cardinal Praeses: Franz Cardinal Koenig 
Secretary: Rev. Vincent Miano, S.D.B. 
Undersecretary: Msgr. Bernard Jacqueline. 
Office: 16 Piazza S. Calisto, Vatican City State. 


COUNCIL FOR THE LAITY 

The norms were published in the apostolic letter, ‘‘Ca- 
tholicam Christi Ecclesiam” of 6 January 1967 
(A.A.S., LIX, pp. 25-28) 

President: Opilio Cardinal Rossi 

Vice President “De Laicis”: Most Rev. Lucas Moreira 
Neves. 

Secretary of Laity Council: Rev. Marcello Uylembro- 
eck 


JUSTICE AND PEACE 
President: Bernardin Cardinal Gantin 
Secretary: Rev. Roger Heckel 


olic and non-Catholic, and between two non-Catholic 
parties whether one or both of the baptized parties 
belongs to a Latin or Oriental rite. 

Dean: Most Rev. Heinrich Ewers. 

Office: 1 Piazza della Cancelleria, Rome, Italy 


SACRED APOSTOLIC PENITENTIARY 

The jurisdiction of this tribunal includes whatever 
pertains to the internal forum, even non-sacramen- 
tal. It is competent in matters pertaining to the 
granting and use of indulgenees. 

Major Penitentiary: Giuseppe Cardinal Paupini 

Regent: Msgr. Giovanni Sessolo 

Office: 34 via della Conciliazione, Rome, Italy 


and supervises papal ceremonies other than the 
strictly liturgical. 

Prefect: Most Rev. Jacques Martin, Tit. Bishop of 
Neapoli de Palestina. 


GENERAL STATISTICS OFFICE 
OF THE CHURCH 
This office gathers and organizes the data which 
seems necessary or useful for a better understand- 
ing of the state of the Church and for assistance to 
its Bishops. 
Director: Rev. Msgr. Pietro Silvi. 


Anthony La Femina. 
Commission for Justice and Peace: 
Murphy; 
Father Robert Pung, S.V.D. 
Pontifical Commission for Social Communications: 
Mrs. Marjorie Weeke; 
Archbishop Martin J. O’Connor, President Emeri- 
tus. 
Secretariat for Non-Believers: Father Robert H. Finlay, 
S.J. 
Sacred Roman Rota: Rev. Msgr. Edward Egan. 
Prefecture for Economic Affairs of the Holy See: Rev. 
Msgr. Giovanni A. Abbo. 
Istituto per le Opere di Religione: Bishop Paul C. Mar- 
cinkus. 


Father William 


PONTIFICAL COMMISSION FOR 
LATIN AMERICA 
President: Sebastiano Cardinal Baggio. 
Secretary: Msgr. Michele Buro. 
Office: 10 Piazza Pio XII, Rome, Italy. 


PONTIFICAL COMMISSION FOR THE 
STATE OF VATICAN CITY 
Pro-President: Sergio Cardinal Guerri. 
General Secretary: Mr. Vittorio Trocchi. 
Office: Governatorato, Vatican City. 


INSTITUTES OF GRADUATE STUDIES IN ROME 


Pontifical Gregorian University, with which are as- 
sociated the Pontifical Biblical Institute and the 
Pontifical Oriental Institute— Constituted in 1552. 
Grand Chancellor, Gabriel Cardinal Garrone, Vice 


Chancellor, Most Rev. Pedro Arrupe, S.J.; Rector, 
Rev. Carlo Martini, S.J.; Rector of the Biblical Insti- 
tute, Rev. Maurice Gilbert, S.J.; President of the 
Oriental Institute, Rev. Eduardo Huber. Address: 


Piazza della Pilotta, 4. 

Pontifical Lateran University—Founded in 1824. Grand 
Chancellor: Ugo Cardinal Poletti, Rector, Msgr. 
Franco Biffi. Address: Piazza S. Giovanni, 4. 


























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Pontifical Urban University —Founded in 1627. Grand 
Chancellor, Agnelo Cardinal Rossi; Rector, Rev. 
Saraiva Martins Jose, C.M.F. Address: Via Urbano 
VIII, 16. 

Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas —Founded 
in 1580. Grand Chancellor, Most Rev. Vincent de 
Couesnongle, O.P., Master General of the Order of 
Preachers; Rector, Very Rev. Salguero Jose. Ad- 
dress: Largo Angelicum 1. 

Pontifical International Institute of St. Anselm — 
Founded in 1687. Grand Chancellor, Most Rev. Mag- 
nus Lohrer, O.S.B., Abbot Primate. Address: Via di 
Porta Lavernale, 19. 

Pontifical Antonianum Atheneum—Founded 1933. 
Grand Chancellor, Very Rev. Constantine Koser, 
O.F.M., Minister General of the Order of Friars Mi- 
nor; Rev. Gerard Cardaropoli, O.F.M. Address: Via 
Merulana, 124. 

Pontifical Salesian Atheneum—Founded in 1940. 
Grand Chancellor, Very Rev. Don Luigi Ricceri, 





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Rector of the Pious Society of St. Francis de Sales; 
Rector, Rev. Pietro Braido. Address: Piazza Ateneo 
Salesiano 1. 

Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music—Founded in 1911. 
Grand Chancellor Gabriel Cardinal Garrone; Presi- 
dent. Msgr. Rev Ferdinand Harberl, Address: Piaz- 
za S. Agostino, 20-A. 

Pontifical Institute of Christian Archeology—Founded 
in 1925. Grand Chancellor, Gabriel Cardinal Gar- 
rone; Rector, Prof. Antonio Ferrua. Address: Via 
Napoleone III, 1. 

Pontifical Theological Faculty of St. Bonaventure, of 
the Friars Minor Conventual—Erected in 19365. 
Grand Chancellor, Most Rev. Vitale Bommarco, 
O.F.M.Conv.; President, Rev. Alfonso Pompei, 
O.F.M.Conv. Address: Via del Serafico 2. 

Theological Faculty of the International College of the 
Discalced Carmelites—Founded in 1935. Grand 
Chancellor, Most Rev. Monahan Finian of the 
Queen of Carmel, O.C.D., Prepositor General of the 


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Discalced Carmelites; President, Rev. Roberto 
Moretti, O.C.D. Address: Piazza S. Pancrazio 5-A. 

“Marianum” Theological Faculty—Founded in 1955. 
Grand Chancellor, Most Rev. Peregrine Graffius, 
Prior General of the Servites; President: Very Rev. 
Elio Peretto. Address: Viale 30, Aprile, 6. 

Pontifical Roman Major Seminary—Founded in 1565 
by Pius IV. Don Eutizio Fanano, Rector. Address: 
Piazza S. Giovanni im Laterano, 4. 

Pontifical Roman Minor Seminary—Msggr. Enzo Dieci, 
Rector. Address: Viale Vaticano, 42. 

Pontifical Roman Seminary for Juridic Studies — 
Founded in 1920. Don Carmelo Nigro, Rector. Ad- 
dress: Piazza S. Apollinare, 49. 

French Seminary (PontificalFounded October 2, 
1853. Rev. Jean Savoie, Rector. Address: Via di S. 
Chiara, 42. 

Lombard Seminary of SS. Ambrose and Charles (Pon- 
tifical)—Founded in 1854. Msgr. Luigi Belloli, Rec- 
tor. Address: Piazza S. Maria Maggiore, 5. 


SEMINARIES AND NATIONAL COLLEGES IN ROME 


North American College (Pontifical_—Founded 1859 by 
Pope Pius IX. Rector, Rev. Msgr. Harold P. Darcy, 
S.T.L., J.C.D. (Via del Gianicolo 14.) Postal Address: 
Vatican City, Europe. 

Casa Santa Maria—(Residence hall of North American 
College for postgraduate Priests from the United 
States.) Local Superior: Rev. Msgr. John P. Ashton. 
Address: Via dell’Umilta 30, 00187 Rome, Italy. 

Armenian College (Pontifical—Founded March 1, 
1883. Msgr. Nerses M. Setian, Rector. Address, 
Vicolo S. Nicola da Tolentino, 17. 

Beda College (Pontifical_—Founded in 1852; separated 
from the English College in 1917. Msgr. William 
Mitchell, Rector. Address: Viale San Paolo, 18. 

Belgian College (Pontifical_—Founded in 1844. Msgr. 
Werner Quintens, Rector. Address: Via G.B. Paga- 
no, 35 00167, Rome, Italy. 

Canadian College (Pontifical)—Founded in 1888. Most 
Rev. Robert Robidoux, D.D., P.S.S., Rector. Ad- 
dress: Via Concordia. 

Caparanica College (Alma)—Founded in 1457 by Cardi- 
nal Capranica. Msgr. Franco Gualdrini, Rector. Ad- 
dress: Piazza Capranica, 98. 

Ethiopian College (PontificalFounded October 1, 
1919. Rev. P. Luca Kelati, Rector. Address: Citta del 
Vaticano. 

German-Hungarian College (Pontifical)—Founded Oc- 
tober 28, 1552. Very Rev. Georg Muhlenbrock, S.J., 
Rector. Address: Via S. Nicolo da Tolentino, 13. 

Greek College (Pontifical—Founded January 13, 1577. 
Very Rev. Oliviero Raquez, O.S.B., Rector. Address: 
Via del Babuino, 149. 

English College (Venerabile)—Founded April 23, 1578. 
Rev. George Hay, Rector. Address: Via Monserrato, 
45. 

Irish College (Pontifical—Founded in 1628. Msgr. Ed- 
ward Marron, Rector. Address: Via dei Ss. Quattro, 
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Lithuanian College (PontificalFounded in 1946. 
Msgr. Ladislaus Tulaba, Rector. Via Casai Monfer- 
rato, 20. 

Maronite College—Founded June 17, 1584. Address: 
Via Porta Pinciana, 14. 

Nepomucene College (Pontifical)—Msgr. Karel Vrana, 
Rector. Address: Via Concordia, 1. 

Philippine College (Pontifical—Founded June 29, 
1961. Very Rev. Alfredo Rodriguez, Rector. Ad- 
dress: Via Aurelia, 478. 

Pius XI Dutch College (Pontifical_—Founded October 
26, 1930. Msgr. Martin Muskens, Rector. Via Ercole 
Rosa, 1. 

Brazilian College (Pontifical)—Founded in 1934 by Pius 


XI. Very Rev. Emanuel Medruga Samaniego, S.J., 
Rector. Via Aurelia, 527. 

Latin American College (Pio Latino Americano) (Pon- 
tifical) —Founded in 1858. Very Rev. Ricardo La- 
puenta Aguilar, S.J., Rector. Address: Via Aurelia 
Antica 408. 

Polish College (Pontifical)—Founded March 9, 1866. 
Very Rev. Josef Michalic, Rector. Address: Piazza 
Remuria, 2-A. 

Portuguese College (Pontifical—Founded October 28, 
1900. Msgr. Teodoro De Faria, Rector. Via Nicolo V, 
3. 

Russian College of S. Theresa of the Child Jesus (Pon- 
tifical_—_Founded August 15, 1929. Rev. Gino Pi- 
ovesana, S.J., Rector. Address: Via Carlo Cattaneo, 
2. 

Ukrainian College of Saint Josephat (Pontifical) — 
Founded in 1897. Rev. Sofronio Mutri, Rector: Ad- 
dress: Passeggiata del Gianicolo, 7. 

Emigration (Centro Studi/—Rev. Giovanni Sacchetti, 
Rector. Address: Via Della Pisana 1301. 

College of St. Jerome of the Dalmatians—Founded Au- 
gust 1, 1901. Vacant. Address: Via Tomacelli, 132. 

St. Thomas Aquinas—Founded 1948. Very Rev. Gio- 
vanni Zerafa, O.P., Rector. Address: Via Deg]. Iber- 
nesi 20. 

Scots College (Pontifical—Founded December 5, 1600. 
Rev. Sean O’Kelly, Rector. Address: Via Cassia, 481. 

Spanish College (Pontifical—Founded April 1, 1892. 
Rev. Julio Garcia Velasco, Rector. Address: Via Di 
Torrerossa 2. 

Teutonic College (S. Maria dell’Anima)—Founded in 
1859. Msgr. Francesco Wasner, Rector. Address: Via 
della Pace, 20. 

Teutonic College (S. Maria in Campo Santo), for the 
study of Sacred Archaeology and Ecclesiastical His- 
tory—Founded November 21, 1876. Rev. Erwin 
Gatz, Rector. Address: Via della Sagrestia, 17, Citta 
del Vaticano. 

Polish Ecclesiastical Institute (Pontifical—Founded in 
1910. Msgr. Hieronim Fokcinski, Rector. Via Pietro 
Cavallini, 38. 

American Church. Santa Susanna—Rev. Robert O’Don- 
nell, C.S.P., Rector. Address: Via Venti Settembre, 
14, 


AMERICAN COLLEGES ABROAD 
Rog, ITaty. North American College (Pontifical) (Cor- 
porate title: The American College of the Roman 
Catholic Church of the United States, a Maryland 


Corporation). Founded 1859 by Pope Pius IX. Rec- 
tor, Msgr. Harold P. Darcy, S.T.L., J.C.D.; Rev. Rog- 
er C. Roensch, Director of Development & Assistant 
to the Rector. 

Undergraduate Department: Postal Address: 00120 
Vatican City (Europe). Rev. Msgr. Harold P. Darcy, 
Rector; Vice Rector: Director Advising Program 
and Director Liturgical Music, Rev. Thomas V. Ba- 
nick: Rev. Charles A. Kelly, S.T.L.; Spiritual Direc- 
tor: Rev. Matthew H. Clark, S.T.L.; Rev. Msgr. John 
D. Strynkowski, Asst. Spiritual Director: Rev. Msgr. 
Charles M. Murphy; Academic Dean: Director of 
Apostolic Formation: Rev. James A. Suchocki; Pas- 
tor-in-Residence: Rev. Robert L. Noon; Director of 
Homiletics: Rev. John E. MacInnis, S.T.L.; Librari- 
an-Archivist: Brother Randal Riede, C.F.X., Ph.D.; 
Director Sacred Liturgy: Rev. Kevin W. Irwin; Busi- 
ness Manager: Rey. John D. Thomas. Students 182; 
Representing 85 Dioceses. ¢ 656-9441. 

Graduate Department: Postal Address: Casa Santa 
Maria, Via dell ’Umilta 30, 00187 Rome, Italy. A 
residence hall for postgraduate student priests from 
the United States. Superior, Rev. Msgr. John P. 
Ashton. Graduate priests 67, representing 36 Di- 
oceses and Religious Provinces. ¢ 679-2256. 

Institute for Continuing Theological Education: 
Division of the Graduate Department, North 
American College. Director, Rev. Harry S. Benja- 
min, S.T.L. Institute participants 35. 

Bishops’ Office for United States Visitors to the Vati- 
can: Postal Address: Casa Santa Maria, Via dell 
"Umilta 30, 00187 Rome, Italy. Request for attend- 
ance at Papal audiences and similar functions may 
be addressed to this office. ¢ 679-2256. 

,OUVAIN, BELGIUM. American College (Corporate title: 
The American College of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion, Catholic University of Louvain, a corporation 
of the District of Columbia). Founded 1857. Postal 
address: Naamsestraat 100, B-3000 Leuven, Belgi- 
um. ¢ 016-221955. The College is maintained by the 
Bishops of the United States. Very Rev. William J. 
Greytak, Ph.D., Rector; Rev. Leonard F. Wilkuski, 
Vice-Rector; Rev. Robert L. Beloin, Director of Pas- 
toral Formation; Rev. Merle F. Kollasch, Spiritual 
Director. Rev. Eugene Ciarlo, Dir. of Liturgy and 
Homiletics. Students: 67, Representing 29 Dioceses. 
Graduate Priests: 23. Representing 21 Dioceses and 
Religious Congregations. Rev. Eugene J. McKenna, 
Chaplain to the English Speaking Community of 
Brussels, Our Lady of Mercy Church, 1559 Chaus- 
see de Waterloo, B 1180 Brussels, Belgium. ¢ 02- 
358.33.30. 








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Permanent Observer: Most Rev. Giovanni Cheli, J.C.D., D.D. Apostolic Nuncio. 


Counsellor: Rev. Msgr. Ettore Di Filippo. 

Advisers: Dr. Miriam T. Rooney; Rev. Lawrence Zorza, I.M.C.; Sr. Janet Richardson, S.J.P. 
Assistant Attache: Miss Maria P. Rodriguez, Focolarina. 

Address: 20 E. 72nd st., New York, N. Y., 10021. ¢ 212-734-2900. 

Advisers: Dr. Miriam Theresa Rooney; Rev. James P. Nieckarz, M.M. 

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INFORMATION CENTER 
of the Catholic Organization at the United Nations 


(I.C.O. Center), 323 E. 47th st., New York City, N.Y., 
10017. ¢ 212-752-3051. Rev. Bernard Hrico, Exec. 
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PART Il 


The Catholic Church in the United States 


APOSTOLIC DELEGATE—His Excellency Most Rev. Jean Javor, D.D. 


Res., Washington, D. C., 3339 Massachusetts ave., N.W., 20008. 





PROVINCE OF ANCHORAGE 
Includes the State of Alaska 

Archdiocese of ANCHORAGE, ALASKA—Most Rev. Fran- 
cis T. Hurley, D.D. appointed Titular Bishop of 
Daimlaig and Auxiliary of Juneau Feb. 4, 1970; 
cons. Mar. 19, 1970; appointed to Juneau July 20, 
1971; appointed Archbishop of Anchorage May 4, 
1976. 

Diocese of FAIRBANKS, ALASKA—Most Rev. Robert L. 
Whelan, S.J., D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Sici- 
libba and Coadjutor Bishop of Fairbanks, “Cum jure 
successionis, ” Dec. 6, 1967; cons. Feb. 22, 1968; suc- 
ceeded Nov. 30, 1968. 

Diocese of JUNEAU, ALASKA—See Vacant. 


PROVINCE OF ATLANTA 

Includes the States of Georgia, North Carolina and 
South Carolina. 

Archdiocese of ATLANTA, GA.—Most Rev. Thomas A. 
Donnellan, D.D., appointed Bishop of Ogdensburg, 
Mar. 4, 1964; cons. Apr. 9, 1964; promoted to Arch- 
bishopric of Atlanta, May 29, 1968. 

Diocese of CHARLESTON, S. C.—Most Rev. Ernest L. Un- 
terkoefler, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Latopolis and Auxiliary Bishop of Richmond Dec. 
13, 1961; cons. Feb. 22, 1962: transferred to Charles- 
ton Dec. 12, 1964. 

Diocese of CHARLOTTE, N. C.—Most Rev. Michael J. Beg- 
ley, D.D., appointed Nov. 30, 1971; cons. Jan. 12, 
1972. 

Diocese of RALEIGH, N. C.—Most Rev. F. Joseph Goss- 
man, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Aguntum 
and Auxiliary of Baltimore, July 17, 1968; cons. 
Sept. 11, 1968; transferred to Raleigh, April 8, 1975. 
—Most Rev. George E. Lynch, D.D.; appointed Titu- 
lar Bishop of Satafi and Auxiliary Bishop of Ra- 
leigh, Oct. 20, 1969; cons. Jan. 6, 1970. 

Diocese of SAVANNAH, GA.—Most Rev. Raymond W. 
Lessard, D.D., appointed Mar. 5, 1973; cons. Apr. 27, 
1973. 


PROVINCE OF BALTIMORE 

Includes the States of Maryland (except Montgomery, 
Prince Charles, St. Marys’s, Calvert and Charles 
Counties), Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia. 

Archdiocese of BALTIMORE, Mp.—Most Rev. William D. 
Borders, D.D., appointed Bishop of Orlando May 8, 
1968; cons. June 14, 1968. Appointed Archbishop of 
Baltimore Apr. 2, 1974. Most Rev. T. Austin Mur- 
phy, D.D., appointe Titular Bishop of Appiaria and 
Auxiliary of Baltimore, May 19, 1962; cons. July 3, 
1962. Most Rev. J. Francis Stafford, D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop Respetta and Auxiliary Jan. 27, 
1976. Most Rev. P. Francis Murphy, D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Tacarata and Auxiliary Jan. 27, 
1976. 

Diocese of ARLINGTON, VA.—Most Rev. Thomas J. 
Welsh, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Scattery 
Island and Auxiliary of Philadelphia Feb. 18, 1970: 
cons. Apr. 2, 1970; appointed Bishop of Arlington 
June 4, 1974. 

Diocese of RicHMonD, Va.—Most Rev Walter F. Sul- 
livan, Apost. Admin., D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Selsey and Auxiliary of Richmond, appointed 
Oct. 20, 1970; cons. Dec. 1, 1970: succeeded to See 
June 6, 1974. 

Diocese of WHEELING-CHARLESTON, W. Va.— Most Rev. 
Joseph H. Hodges, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Rusadus and Auxiliary of Richmond Aug. 8, 1952; 
cons. Oct. 15, 1952; appointed Coadjutor of Whee- 
ling “cum jure successionis,” May 24, 1961, succeed- 
ed to See, Nov. 23, 1962. Most Rev. James E. 
Michaels, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Verbe 
and Auxiliary of Kwangju in Korea Feb. 15, 1966; 
cons. Apr. 14, 1966; transferred to Wheeling Mar. 
26, 1973. 

Diocese of WiLMiNGTON, DeEL.—Most Rev. Thomas J. 
Mardaga, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Mutu- 
genna and Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore. Dec. 9, 


1966; cons. Jan. 25, 1967; Transferred to See of Wil- 
mington, Mar. 13, 1968. 


PROVINCE OF BOSTON 

Includes the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont 

and Massachusetts 

Archdiocese of Boston, Mass.—His Eminence Humber- 
to Cardinal Medeiros, D.D., appointed Bishop of 
Brownsville, Apr. 14, 1966; cons. June 9, 1966; pro- 
moted to Boston, Sept. 8, 1970; created Cardinal, 
March 5, 1973. Most Rev. Lawrence J. Riley, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Daimlaig and Auxiliary 
Dec. 7, 1971; cons. Feb. 2, 1972; Most Rev. Thomas 
V. Daily, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Bladia 
and Auxiliary Dec. 31, 1974; cons. Feb. 11, 1975; 
Most Rev. John M. D’Arcy, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Mediana and Auxiliary Dec. 31, 1974; 
cons. Feb. 11, 1975; Most Rev. John J. Mulcahy, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Panafiel and Aux- 
iliary Dec. 31, 1974; cons. Feb. 11, 1975; Most Rev. 
Joseph J. Ruocco, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Polinianum and Auxiliary Dec. 31, 1974; cons. Feb. 
11, 1975. Most Rev. Daniel A. Hart, D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Tepelta and Auxiliary Aug. 30, 
1976; cons. Oct. 18, 1976. 

Diocese of BURLINGTON, Vt.—Most Rev. John A. Mar- 
shall, D.D., appointed Nov. 30, 1971; cons. Jan. 25, 
1972. 

Diocese of Fatt River, Mass.—Most Rev. Daniel A. 
Cronin, S.T.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Egnatia 
and Auxiliary Bishop of Boston June 10, 1968; cons. 
Sept. 12, 1968, appointed Bishop of Fall River Oct. 
30, 1970. 

Diocese of MANCHESTER, N. H.—Most Rev. Odore J. 
Gendron, D.D., appointed Dec. 12, 1974; cons. Feb. 
3, 1975. Most Rev. Robert E. Mulvee, D.D. appoint- 
ed Titular Bishop of Summa and Auxiliary Feb. 15, 
1977; cons. Apr. 14, 1977. 

Diocese of PorTLAND, Mr.—Most Rev. Edward C. 
O’Leary, D.D.; appointed Titular Bishop of Mogla- 
ena and Auxiliary, Nov. 17, 1970; cons. Jan. 25, 
1971; promoted Bishop Dec. 4, 1974. Most Rev. 
Amedee Wilfrid Proulx, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Clipia and Auxiliary Sept. 5, 1975; cons. 
Nov. 12, 1975. 

Diocese of SPRINGFIELD, Mass.—Most Rev. Joseph F. 
Maguire, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Macta- 
ris and Auxiliary of Boston Dec. 1, 1971; cons. Feb. 
2, 1972; appointed Coadjutor Bishop of Springfield 
with right of succession Apr. 3, 1976; succeeded to 
the see Nov. 4, 1977. 

Diocese of Worcester, Mass.—Most Rev. Bernard J. 
Flanagan, D.D., appointed Bishop of Norwich, Sept. 
1, 1953; cons., Nov. 30. 1953; transferred to Worces- 
ter, Aug. 12, 1959. Most Rev. Timothy J. Harring- 
ton, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Rusuca and 
Auxiliary, April 2, 1968; cons. July 2, 1968. 


PROVINCE OF CHICAGO 
Includes the State of Illinois 

Archdiocese of Cu1caGo, ILt.—His Eminence John Car- 
dinal Cody, D.D., appointed Auxiliary Bishop of St. 
Louis, May 14, 1947; cons. July 2, 1947; promoted to 
Coadjutor of St. Joseph. Jan. 27, 1954; transferred to 
Kansas City-St. Joseph, Aug. 29, 1956; promoted 
Coadjutor Archbishop of New Orleans, Aug. 14, 
1961; succeeded to See of New Orleans. Nov. 8, 1964; 
transferred to Chicago, June 16, 1965; created Car- 
dinal, June 26, 1967. Most Rev. Alfred L. Abramow- 
icz, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Paestum and 
Auxiliary, May 8, 1968; cons. June 13, 1968. Most 
Rev. Nevin W. Hayes, O.Carm., D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Novasinna May 5, 1965; cons. Aug. 
5, 1965; appointed Auxiliary Feb. 2, 1971. 

Diocese of BELLEVILLE, ILL.—Most Rev. William M. Cos- 
grove, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Trisipa and 
Auxiliary of Cleveland June 19, 1968; cons. Sept. 3, 
1968; appointed Bishop of Belleville Sept. 3, 1976. 

Diocese of JoLiet, ILL.—Most Rev. Romeo Blanchette, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Maxita and Aux- 


iliary, Feb. 8, 1965; cons. Apr. 3, 1965; appointed 
Bishop, July 19, 1966. Most Rev. Raymond J. Vo- 
nesh, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Vanariona 
and Auxiliary, Jan. 5, 1968; cons. April 3, 1968. Most 
Rev. Daniel W. Kucera, O.S.B., D.D. appointed Titu- 
lar Bishop of Natchez June 6, 1977; cons. July 21, 
1977. 

Diocese of Proria, Int.—Most Rev. Edward W. 
O’Rourke, D.D., appointed May 24, 1971; cons. Jul. 
15, 1971. 

Diocese of RockrorD, Int.—Most Rev. Arthur J. 
O’Neill, D.D., appointed Aug. 19, 1968; cons. Oct. 11, 
1968. 

Diocese of SPRINGFIELD, ILL—Most Rev. Joseph A. 
MeNicholas, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Scala 
and Auxiliary Bishop of St. Louis Feb. 5, 1969; cons. 
Mar. 25, 1969; appointed Bishop of Springfield in 
Illinois July 22, 1975. 


PROVINCE OF CINCINNATI 
Includes the State of Ohio 

Archdiocese of CINCINNATI, OH10.—Most Rev. Joseph 
L. Bernardin, D.D., appt. Titular Bishop of Lugura 
and Aux. Bishop of Atlanta, March 9, 1966; cons. 
Apr. 26, 1966. Appt. Archbishop of Cincinnati, Nov. 
21, 1972; installed Dec. 19, 1972. Most Rev. Nicholas 
T. Elko, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Apol- 
loniade Feb. 5, 1955; Promoted to Titular Archbish- 
op of Dara Dec. 22, 1967; transferred to Cincinnati 
Aug. 10, 1971. Most Rev. Daniel E. Pilarczyk, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Hodelm and Auxiliary 
Nov. 12, 1974; cons. Dec. 20, 1974. 

Diocese of CLEVELAND. OnH10.—Most Rev. James A. 
Hickey, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Taraqua 
and Auxiliary Bishop of Saginaw Feb. 22, 1967; 
cons. April 14, 1967; appointed Rector of the North 
American College in Rome March 25, 1969; appoint- 
ed Bishop of Cleveland June 5, 1974; installed July 
16, 1974. Most Rev. Gilbert I. Sheldon, D.D., ap- 
pointed Titular Bishop of Taparura and Auxiliary 
Apr. 20, 1976; cons. June 11, 1976. 

Diocese of CoLtumBus, On10.—Most Rev. Edward J. 
Herrmann, D.D., Appointed Titular Bishop of Lam- 
zella and Auxiliary Bishop of Washington Mar. 4, 
1966; cons. Apr. 26, 1966; Appointed Bishop of 
Columbus Jun. 26, 1973. Most Rev. George A. Fulch- 
er, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Morosbido and 
Auxiliary May 24, 1976; cons. July 18, 1976. 

Diocese of STEUBENVILLE. OH10.—Most Rev. Albert H. 
Ottenweller. D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Perd- 
ices and Auxiliary of Toledo Apr. 17, 1974; cons. 
May 29, 1974; appointed to Steubenville Oct. 11, 
1977; installed Nov. 22, 1977. 

Diocese of TOLEDO. On10.—Most Rev. John A. Donovan. 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Rhasus and Aux- 
iliary of Detroit. Sept. 6, 1954; cons. Oct. 26, 1954; 
transferred to Toledo, Feb. 25, 1967. Most Rev. 
James R. Hoffman, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Italica and Auxiliary Apr. 18, 1978; cons. June 23, 
1978. 

Diocese of YouNGstown. On10.—Most Rev. James W. 
Malone. D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Alabanda 
and Auxiliary, Jan. 2, 1960; cons. Mar. 24, 1960; 
appointed Apostolic Administrator. Jan. 22, 1966; 
succeeded to See, May 2, 1968. Most Rev. William A. 
Hughes, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Inis 
Cathaig and Auxiliary July 23, 1974; cons. Sept. 12, 
1974. 


PROVINCE OF DENVER 
Includes the States of Colorado and Wyoming 
Archdiocese of DENvER. CoLo.—Most Rev. James V. 
Casey, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Citium and 
Auxiliary of Lincoln. April 5. 1957; cons. April 24, 
1957; succeeded to See June 14, 1957; promoted to - 
Denver Feb. 22, 1967. Most Rev. George R. Evans. 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Tubyza and Aux- 
iliary, Feb. 24, 1969; cons. April 23, 1969. Most Rev. 
Richard C. Hanifen, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Abercorn and Auxiliary July 23, 1974; cons. Sept. 




















HIERARCHY IN THE UNITED STATES 


20, 1974. 

Diocese of CHEYENNE. Wyo.—Most Rev. Joseph Hart, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Timida Regia and 
Auxiliary July 1, 1976; cons. Aug. 31, 1976; appoint- 
ed Bishop of Cheyenne, Apr. 25, 1978; cons. June 12, 
1978. 

Diocese of PurBLo, CoLo.—Most Rev. Charles A. Bus- 
— D.D., appointed Aug. 8, 1959; cons. Sept. 30, 
1959... 


PROVINCE OF DETROIT 
Includes the State of Michigan 

Archdiocese of Drrroit, Micn:—His His Eminence 
John Cardinal Dearden, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Sarepta and Coadjutor ‘‘cum jure succes- 
sionis” of Pittsburgh. Mar. 13, 1948; cons. May 18, 
1948; succeeded to the See, Dec. 22, 1950; promoted 
to Archbishopric of Detroit, Dec. 18, 1958; created 

» Cardinal April 28, 1969. Most Rev. Thomas J. Gum- 
bleton, D.D., appointed Titular of Ululi and Auxili- 
ary, Mar. 8, 1968; cons. May 1, 1968. Most Rev. 
Walter J. Schoenherr, appointed Titular of Timida- 
na and Auxiliary, Mar. 8, 1968; cons. May 1, 1968. 
Most Rev. Joseph L. Imesch, Appointed Titular 
Bishop of Pomaria and Auxiliary Feb. 8, 1973; cons. 
Apr. 3, 1973. Most Rev. Arthur H. Krawezak, Ap- 
pointed Titular Bishop of Subbar and Auxiliary Feb. 
8, 1973; cons. Apr. 3, 1973. 

Diocese of GAYLORD, MicH.—Most Rev. Edmund C. 
Szoka, D.D., appointed June 15, 1971; cons. July 20, 
1971. 

Diocese of GRAND Rapips, Micu.—Most. Rev. Joseph M. 
Breitenbeck, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Tepelta and Auxiliary of Detroit Oct. 18, 1965; cons. 
Dec. 20, 1965; transferred to Bishop of Grand Rap- 
ids, Oct. 15, 1969. Most Rev. Joseph C. McKinney, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Lentini and Aux- 
iliary, July 24, 1968; cons. Sept. 26, 1968. 

Diocese of KaLamMazoo, MicH.—Most Rev. Paul V. 
Donovan, D.D., appointed June 15, 1971; cons. July 
21, 1971. 

Diocese of LANSING, MicH.—Most Rev. Kenneth J. Pov- 
ish, D.D., appointed Bishop of Crookston July 28, 
1970; cons. Sept. 29, 1970; appointed Bishop of Lans- 

_ing Oct. 21, 1975; installed Dec. 11, 1975. Most Rev. 
James S. Sullivan, Appt. Titular Bishop of Siccesi 
and Auxiliary Bishop of Lansing, July 25, 1972; 
cons. Sept. 21, 1972. 

Diocese of Marquette, Micu.—Most Rev. Mark F. 
Schmitt, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Kells and 
Auxiliary of Green Bay May 5, 1970; cons. June 24, 
1970; appointed to Marquette Mar. 21, 1978. 

Diocese of Sacinaw, Micu.—Most Rev. Francis F. Reh, 
D.D., appointed Bishop of Charleston, June 4, 1962; 
cons. June 29, 1962; transferred to the Titular See of 
Macriana, Rector North American College in Rome, 
Sept. 5, 1964; transferred to Saginaw, Dec. 18, 1968. 


PROVINCE OF DUBUQUE 
Includes the State of Iowa 

Archdiocese of DuBuqur, Iowa.—Most Rev. James J. 
Byrne, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Etenna 
and Auxiliary of St. Paul, May 10, 1947; cons. July 
2, 1947; transferred to Boise, June 16, 1956; promot- 
ed to Archbishopric of Dubuque, Mar. 19, 1962. 
Most Rev. Francis J. Dunn, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Turris Tamalleni and Auxiliary, June 1, 
1969; cons. Aug. 27, 1969. 

Diocese of Davenport, lowa.—Most Rev. Gerald F. O”- 
Keefe, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Candyba 
and Auxiliary of St. Paul- Minneapolis, May 5, 1961; 
cons, July 2, 1961; transferred to Davenport, Oct. 20, 
1966. 

Diocese of Des Moines, Iowa.—Most Rev. Maurice J. 
Dingman, D.D., appointed Apr. 2, 1968; cons. June 
19, 1968. 

Diocese of Sioux City, Iowa.—Most Rev. Frank H. 
Greteman, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Vissal- 
sa and Auxiliary, Apr. 14, 1965; cons. May 26, 1965; 
appointed Bishop Oct. 20, 1970. 


PROVINCE OF HARTFORD 

Includes the States of Connecticut and Rhode-Island 

Archdiocese of Hartrorp, Conn.—Most Rev. John F. 
Whealon, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of An- 
drapa and Auxiliary of Cleveland June 2, 1961; cons. 
July 6, 1961; transferred to Erie, Dec. 14, 1966; in- 
stalled Mar. 7, 1967; promoted to Archbishopric of 
Hartford Dec. 28, 1968; installed Mar. 19, 1969. Most 
Rev. John F. Hackett, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Helenopolis in Palaestina and Auxiliary. Dec. 
10, 1952; cons. March 19, 1953. Most Rev. Peter A. 
Rosazza, D.D. appointed Titular Bishop of Oppido 
Nuovo Feb. 28, 1978; cons. June 24, 1978. 

Diocese of BripGEPorRT, CoNN.—Most Rev. Walter W. 
Curtis, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Bisica and 
Auxiliary of Newark June 27, 1957; cons. Sept. 24, 
1957; transferred to Bridgeport Sept. 23, 1961. 

Diocese of NorwicH, Conn.—Most Rev. Daniel P. Reil- 
ly, D.D., appointed June 17, 1975; cons, Aug. 6, 1975. 


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Diocese of PRovipENcE, R. I—Most Rev. Louis E. Geli- 
neau, appointed Bishop of Providence Dec. 6, 1971; 
cons. Jan. 26, 1972. Most Rev. Kenneth A. Angell, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Settimunicia and 
Auxiliary Aug. 9, 1974; cons. Oct. 7, 1974. 


PROVINCE OF INDIANAPOLIS 
Includes the State of Indiana 

Archdiocese of INDIANAPOLIS, Inp.—Most Rev. George 
J. Biskup, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Herm- 
eria and Auxiliary of Dubuque, Mar. 9, 1957; cons. 
Apr. 24, 1957; transferred to Des Moines, Feb. 3, 
1965; promoted to Titular Archbishop of Tamalluma 
and Coadjutor of Indianapolis ‘cum jure successio- 
nis,” July 26, 1967; succeeded to See Jan. 14, 1970. 

Diocese of EVANSVILLE, IND.—Most Rev. Francis R. 
Shea, D.D., appointed Dec. 10, 1969; cons. Feb. 3, 
1970. 

Diocese of Fort WAYNE-SOUTH BEND. INp.— Most Rev. 
William E. McManus, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Mesarfelta and Auxiliary of Chicago June 21, 
1967; appointed Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend 
Aug. 31, 1976; installed Oct. 19, 1976. Most Rev. 
Joseph R. Crowley, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Maraguia and Auxiliary, June 16, 1971; cons. 
Aug. 24,.1971. 

Diocese of Gary, INpD.—Most Rev. Andrew Grutka, 
D.D., appointed Dec. 29, 1956; cons. Feb. 25, 1957. 

Diocese of LAFAYETTE IN INDIANA, IND.—Most Rev, Ray- 
mond J. Gallagher, D.D., appointed June 23, 1965; 
cons. Aug. 11, 1965. 


PROVINCE OF KANSAS CITY, KANSAS 
Includes the State of Kansas 

Archdiocese of Kansas City, Kans.—Most Rev. Ignati- 
us J. Strecker, D.D., appointed Bishop of Spring- 
field-Cape Girardeau, April 7, 1962; cons. June 20, 
1962; promoted to Archbishopric of Kansas City 
Sept. 10, 1969. Most Rev. Marion F. Forst, D.D., 
cons. Bishop of Dodge City Mar. 24, 1960; appointed 
Auxiliary of Kansas City Oct. 16, 1976. 

Diocese of Dopcr City, Kans.—Most Rey. Eugene J. 
Gerber, D.D., appointed Oct. 16, 1976; cons. Dec. 14, 
1976. 

Diocese of Satina, Kans.—Most Rev. Cyril J. Vogel, 
D.D., appointed Apr. 14, 1965; cons. June 17, 1965. 

Diocese of Wicuita, KANs.—Most Rev. David M. Ma- 
loney, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Ruspae and 
Auxiliary of Denver, Nov. 9, 1960; cons. Jan. 4, 1961; 
appointed Bishop of Wichita, Dec. 6, 1967. 


PROVINCE OF LOS ANGELES 

Includes Southern California and Central California. 

Archdiocese of Los ANGELES, CALiF.—His Eminence 
Timothy Cardinal Manning, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Lesvi and Auxiliary of Los Angeles, Aug. 
3, 1946; cons. Oct. 15, 1946; transferred to Bishop of 
Fresno Dec. 15, 1967; appointed Titular Bishop of 
Capri and Coadjutor Archbishop of Los Angeles 
“cum Jure successionis” May 26, 1969; succeeded to 
See Jan. 21, 1970; created Cardinal, Mar. 5, 1973. 
Most Rev. John J. Ward, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Bria and Auxiliary of Los Angeles, Oct. 16, 
1963; cons. Dec: 12, 1963. Most Rev. Juan A. Arzube, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Civitate and Aux- 
iliary Feb. 9, 1971; cons. Mar. 25, 1971. Most Rev. 
Thaddeus A. Shubsda, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Trau and Auxiliary Dec. 20, 1976; cons. Feb. 
19, 1977. Most Rev. Manuel D. Moreno, D.D., ap- 
pointed Titular Bishop of Tanagra and Auxiliary 
Dec. 20, 1976; cons. Feb. 19, 1977. 

Diocese of FREsNo, Catir.—Most Rev. Hugh A. 
Donohoe, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Taium 
and Auxiliary of San Francisco, Aug. 2, 1947; cons. 
Oct. 7, 1947; transferred to Stockton Feb. 21, 1962; 
transferred to Fresno Aug. 27, 1969. Most Rev. Rog- 
er Mahony, D.D.; appointed Titular Bishop of 
Tamascani and Auxiliary Jan. 7, 1975; cons. Mar. 
19, 1975. 

Diocese of Monterrey, Catir.—Most Rev. Harry A. 
Clinch, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Badiae 
and Auxiliary, Dec. 5, 1956; cons. Feb. 27, 1957; 
transferred to Monterey, Oct. 16, 1967; installed 
Dec. 14, 1967. 

Diocese of ORANGE, CALir.—Most Rev. William R. John- 
son, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Biera and 
Auxiliary of Los Angeles Feb. 9, 1971; cons. Mar. 25, 
1971; installed Bishop of Orange June 18, 1976. 

Diocese of SAN BERNARDINO, CALIF.—Most Rev. Phillip 
F. Straling, D.D., appointed July 18, 1978; cons. Nov. 
6, 1978, 

Diocese of SAN DigGo, CALIF.—Most Rev. Leo T. Maher, 
D.D., appointed Bishop of Santa Rosa, Feb. 21, 1962; 
cons. April 5, 1962; transferred to San Diego, Aug. 
27, 1969. Most Rev. Gilbert Chavez. D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Magarmel and Auxiliary Apr. 19, 
1974; cons. June 21, 1974. 


HIERARCHY IN THE UNITED STATES 


PROVINCE OF LOUISVILLE 
Includes the States of Kentucky and Tennessee 

Archdiocese of LoutsviLLE, Ky.—Most Rev. Thomas J. 
McDonough, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Tha- 
enae and Auxiliary of St. Augustine, Mar. 10, 1947; 
cons. Apr. 30, 1947; transferred as Auxiliary of 
Savannah, Jan. 2, 1957; succeeded to See, Mar. 2, 
1960; promoted to Archbishop of Louisville, Mar. 1, 
1967. Most Rev. Charles G. Maloney, D.D., appoint- 
ed Titular Bishop of Capsa and Auxiliary Dec. 30, 
1954; cons. Feb. 2, 1955. 

Diocese of Covincton, Ky.—Most Rev. Richard H. Ack- 
erman, C.S.Sp., D.D.; appointed Titular Bishop of 
Lares and Auxiliary of San Diego, Apr. 6, 1956; cons. 
May 22, 1956; transferred, Apr. 6, 1960. 

Diocese of MemPuis, TENN.—Most Rev. Carroll T. Dozi- 
er, D.D.; appointed Bishop of Memphis, Nov. 17, 
1970; cons. Jan. 6, 1971. 

Diocese of NASHVILLE, TENN.—Most Rev. James D. Nie- 
dergeses, D.D., appointed Apr. 8, 1975; cons. May 20, 
1975. 

Diocese of OwENsSBORO, Ky.—Most Rev. Henry Soen- 
neker, D.D., appointed Mar. 10, 1961; cons. Apr. 26, 
1961. 


PROVINCE OF MIAMI 
Includes the State of Florida 

Archdiocese of Miami, Fta.—Most Rev. Edward A. 
McCarthy, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Tamascani and Auxiliary of Cincinnati Apr. 21, 
1965; cons. June 15, 1965; transferred to Phoenix 
Aug. 25, 1969; appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of 
Miami “cum jure successionis” Sept. 17, 1976. Arch- 
bishop of Miami, July 26, 1977. Most Rev. John J. 
Nevins, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Rus- 
ticiana and Auxiliary of Miami February 6, 1979; 
cons. March 24, 1979. Most Rev. Agustin A. Roman, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Sertei and Auxili- 
ary of Miami February 6, 1979; cons. March 24, 
1979. 

Diocese of ORLANDO, FLa.—Most Rev. Thomas J. 
Grady, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Vamalla 
and Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago June 21, 1967; 
cons. Aug. 24, 1967; appointed Bishop of Orlando 
Nov. 11, 1974. 

Diocese of PENSACOLA-TALLAHASSEE, FLA.—Most Rev. 
Rene H. Gracida, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Masuccaba and Auxiliary of Miami Dec. 6, 1971; 
cons. Jan. 25, 1972; appointed Bishop of Pensacola- 
Tallahassee Oct. 1, 1975. 

Diocese of St. AUGUSTINE, FLA.—Most Rev. Paul F. Tan- 
ner, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Lamasba, 
Oct. 18, 1965; cons. Dec. 21, 1965; General Secretary 
of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops; ap- 
pointed Bishop of St. Augustine, Feb. 21, 1968. 

Diocese of St. PETERSBURG, F'LaA.—See Vacant. 


PROVINCE OF MILWAUKEE 
Includes the State of Wisconsin 

Archdiocese of MILWAUKEE, Wi1s.—Most Rev. Rembert 
G. Weakland, O.S.B., D.D., appointed Archbishop 
Sept. 20, 1977; cons. and installed Nov. 8, 1977. Most 
Rev. Leo J. Brust, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Suelli and Auxiliary, Aug. 22, 1969; cons. Oct. 16, 
1969. 

Diocese of GREEN Bay, W1s.—Most Rev. Aloysius Wycis- 
lo, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Stadia and 
Auxiliary of Chicago, Oct. 17, 1960; cons. Dec. 21, 
1960; promoted to Green Bay, Mar. 8, 1968. Most 
Rev. Robert F. Morneau, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Massa Lubrense and Auxiliary Dec. 19, 
1978; cons. Feb. 22, 1979. 

Diocese of La Crosse, Wis.—Most Rev. Frederick W. 
Freking, D.D., appointed Bishop of Salina, Oct. 10, 
1957; cons. Nov. 30, 1957; transferred to LaCrosse, 
Dec. 30, 1964. Most Rev. John J. Paul, D.D., appoint- 
ed Titular Bishop of Lambese May 17, 1977; cons. 
Aug. 4, 1977. 

Diocese of Mapison, Wis.—Most Rev. Cletus O’Donnell, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Abrittum and 
Auxiliary of Chicago Oct. 26, 1960; cons. Dec. 21, 
1960; transferred to Madison Feb. 22, 1967. Most 
Rev. George O. Wirz, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Municipa and Auxiliary Dec. 20, 1977; cons. 
Mar. 9, 1978. 

Diocese of Superior, Wis.—Most Rev. George A. 
Hammes, D.D.; appointed, Mar. 28, 1960; cons. May 
24, 1960. 


PROVINCE OF NEWARK 
Includes the State of New Jersey 
Archdiocese of Newark, N. J.—Most Rev. Peter Leo 
Gerety, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Crepedula 
and Coadjutor “cum jure seccessionis” of Portland 
Mar. 4, 1966; cons. June 1, 1966; Apostolic Adm. Feb. 
18, 1967; Succeeded to See Sept. 15, 1969; appointed 
Archbishop of Newark Apr. 2, 1974. Most Rev. John 
J. Dougherty, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Cotenna and Auxiliary, Nov. 17, 1962; cons. Jan. 24, 
1963. Most Rev. Jerome A. Pechillo, T.O.R., D.D., 














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appointed Prelate Nullius of Coronel Oviedo, Para- 
guay Oct. 6, 1961; cons. Jan. 25, 1966; appointed 
Auxiliary of Newark Mar. 6, 1976. Most Rev. Robert 
F. Garner, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Blera 
and ‘Auxiliary May 3, 1976; cons. June 25, 1976. 
Most Rev. Joseph A. Francis, S.V.D., D.D., appoint- 
ed Titular Bishop of Valliposita and Auxiliary May 
3, 1976; cons. June 25, 1976. Most Rev. Dominic A. 
Marconi, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Bure 
and Auxiliary May 3, 1976; cons. June 25, 1976. 

Diocese of CAMDEN, N. J.—Most Rev. George H. Guil- 
foyle, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Marazanae 
and Auxiliary of New York, Oct. 17, 1964; cons. Nov. 
30, 1964; transferred to Camden, Jan. 2, 1968. Most 
Rev. James L. Schad, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Panatoria and Auxiliary, Oct. 18, 1966; cons. 
Dec. 8, 1966. 

Diocese of Paterson, N. J.—Most Rev. Frank J. Rodim- 
er, D.D., appointed Dec. 13, 1977; cons. and installed 
Feb. 28, 1978. 

Diocese of TRENTON, N. J.—Most Rev. George W. Ahr, 
D.D., appointed Jan. 28, 1950; cons. March 20, 1950. 
Most Rev. John C. Reiss, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Simidicca and Auxiliary Oct. 21, 1967; 
cons. Dec. 12, 1967. 


PROVINCE OF NEW ORLEANS 

Includes the States of Louisiana, Alabama, and Missis- 
sippi. 

Archdiocese of New ORLEANS, LA.—Most Rev. Philip M. 
Hannan, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Hieropo- 
lis and Auxiliary Bishop of Washington. June 16, 
1956; cons. Aug. 28, 1956; promoted to Archbisho- 
pric of New Orleans, Sept. 29, 1965. Most Rev. Har- 
old R. Perry, S.V.D., D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Mons in Mauretania and Auxiliary, Sept. 29, 
1965; cons. Jan. 6, 1966. Most Rev. Stanley J. Ott, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Nicives and Aux- 
iliary of New Orleans May 24, 1976; cons. June 29, 
1976. 

Diocese of ALEXANDRIA-SHREVEPORT, La.—Most Rev. 
Lawrence P. Graves, Titular Bp. of Vina and Aux. of 
Little Rock, Mar. 5, 1969; cons. Apr. 25, 1969. Ap- 
pointed Bishop of Alexandria May 22, 1973; in- 
stalled Sept. 18, 1973. 

Diocese of Baton Roucr, La.—Most Rev. Joseph V. 
Sullivan, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Tagamu- 
ta and Auxiliary Bishop of Kansas City-St. Joseph 
Mar. 3, 1967; cons. Apr. 3, 1967; appointed Bishop of 
Baton Rouge Aug. 5, 1974. 

Diocese of HouMa-THIBODAUX, La.—Most Rev. Warren 
L. Boudreaux, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Calynda and Auxiliary of Lafayette May 19, 1962; 
cons. July 25, 1962; appointed Bishop of Beaumont 
June 4, 1971; installed Aug. 25, 1971; installed Bish- 
op of Houma-Thibodeaux June 5, 1977. 

Diocese of LAFAYETTE, LA.—Most Rev. Gerard L. Frey, 
D.D., appointed Bishop of Savannah, May 31, 1967; 
cons. Aug. 8, 1967, transferred to Lafayette Nov. 7, 
1972; installed Jan. 7, 1973. 

Diocese of Brtox1, Miss.—Most Rev. Joseph L. Howze, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Maxita and Aux- 
iliary of Natchez-Jackson Nov. 8, 1972; cons. Jan. 
28, 1973; appointed Bishop of Biloxi Mar. 1, 1977; 
installed June 6, 1977. 

Diocese of BIRMINGHAM, ALA.—Most Rev. Joseph G. 
Vath, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Novaliciana 
and Auxiliary of Mobile-Birmingham Mar. 25, 1966; 
cons. May 26, 1966; appointed to Birmingham Sept. 
29, 1969. 

Diocese of Jackson, Miss.—Most Rev. Joseph B. Bruni- 
ni, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Axomis and 
Auxiliary Nov. 28, 1956; cons. Jan. 29, 1957; appoint- 
ed Apostolic Adm. July 11, 1966; appointed Bishop 
of Natchez- Jackson Dec. 2, 1967. 

Diocese of MoBILE, ALA.—Most Rev. John L. May, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Tagarbala and Auxili- 
ary of Chicago June 21, 1967; cons. Aug. 24, 1967; 
appointed Bishop of Mobile Oct. 8, 1969. 


PROVINCE OF NEW YORK 
Includes the State of New York 
Archdiocese of New York.—His Eminence Terence Car- 
dinal Cooke, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Sum- 
ma and Auxiliary Sept. 15, 1965; cons. Dec. 13, 1965; 
appointed Archbishop of New York, Mar. 8, 1968; 
created Cardinal, April 28, 1969. Most Rev. John J. 
Maguire, D.D., appointed Titular of Antiphiae and 
Auxiliary of Boston, May 16, 1959; cons. June 29, 
1959; promoted to Titular Archbishop of Tabalta 
and Coadjutor, Sept. 15, 1965. Most Rev. Edward E. 
Swanstrom, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Arba 
and Auxiliary of New York, Sept. 14, 1960; cons. 
Oct. 28, 1960. Most Rev. Patrick V. Ahern, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Najiera and Auxiliary 
of New York, Feb. 3, 1970; cons. Mar. 19, 1970. Most 
Rev. James P. Mahoney, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Ipagro and Auxiliary, July 25, 1972; cons. 
Sep. 15, 1972. Most Rev. Anthony F. Mestice, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Villanova and Auxili- 





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ary Mar. 5, 1973; cons. Apr. 27, 1973. Most Rev. 
Francisco Garmendia, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Limisa and Auxiliary May 24, 1977; cons. June 
29, 1977. Most Rev. Theodore E. McCarrick, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Rusibisir and Auxiliary 
May 24, 1977; cons. June 29, 1977. Most Rev. Austin 
B. Vaughan, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Cluain Iraird and Auxiliary May 24, 1977; cons. 
June 29, 1977. 

Diocese of ALBANY, N. Y.—Most Rev. Howard J. Hub- 
bard, D.D., appointed Bishop of Albany Feb. 1, 1977; 
cons. Mar. 27, 1977. 

Diocese of Brooktyn, N. Y.—Most Rev. Francis J. 
Mugavero, D.D., appointed July 17, 1968; cons. 
Sept. 12, 1968; installed Sept. 12, 1968. Most Rev. 
Charles R. Mulrooney, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Valentiniana and Auxiliary, Feb. 2, 1959; cons. 
April 22, 1959. Most Rev. Joseph P. Denning, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Mallus and Auxiliary. 
Mar. 4, 1959; cons. April 22, 1959. Most Rev. John 
J. Snyder, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Forlim- 
popoli and Auxiliary Dec. 19, 1972; cons. Feb. 2, 
1973. 

Diocese of Burra.o, N. Y.—Most Rev. Edward D. Head, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Ardsratha and 
Auxiliary of New York Jan. 27, 1970; cons. Mar. 19, 
1970; Appointed to Buffalo, Jan. 17, 1973. Most Rev. 
Pius A. Benincasa, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Buruni and Auxiliary, May 8, 1964; cons. June 29, 
1964. Most Rev. Bernard J. McLaughlin, D.D., ap- 
pointed Titular Bishop of Mottola and Auxiliary, 
Dec. 28, 1968; cons. Jan. 6, 1969. 

Diocese of OGpENSBURG, N. Y.—Most Rev. Stanislaus J. 
Brzana, S.T.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Cufruta 
and Auxiliary of Buffalo, May 14, 1964; cons. June 
29, 1964; transferred to Ogdensburg, Oct. 22, 1968. 

Diocese of Rocuester, N. Y.—Most Rev. Joseph L. Ho- 
gan, D.D., appointed Bishop of Rochester, Oct. 15, 
1969; cons. Nov. 28, 1969. Most Rev. Dennis W. 
Hickey, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Rusuc- 
curu and Auxiliary, Jan. 10, 1968; cons. Mar. 14, 
1968. Most Rev. John E. McCafferty, D.D., appoint- 
ed Titular Bishop of Tanudaia and Auxiliary Jan. 
10, 1968; cons. Mar. 14, 1968. 

Diocese of RocKvILLE Centre, N. Y.—Most Rev. John 
R. McGann, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Morosbisdus and Auxiliary Nov. 12, 1970; cons. Jan. 
7, 1971; appointed Bishop May 3, 1976. Most Rev. 
Vincent J. Baldwin, S.T.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Bencenna and Auxiliary Bishop of Rockville 
Centre, June 4, 1962; cons. July 26, 1962. Most Rev. 
James J. Daly, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Castra Nova and Auxiliary Feb. 28, 1977; cons. May 
9, 1977. Most Rev. Gerald J. Ryan, D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Munaziana and Auxiliary Feb. 28, 
1977; cons. May 9, 1977. 

Diocese of Syracuse, N. Y—Most Rev. Frank J. Harri- 
son, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Aquae and 
Auxiliary Mar. 1, 1971; cons. Apr. 22, 1971; appoint- 
ed Bishop of Syracuse Nov. 16, 1976. Most Rev. 
Thomas J. Costello, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Perdices and Auxiliary Jan. 10, 1978; cons. Mar. 
13, 1978. 


PROVINCE OF OKLAHOMA CITY 
Includes States of Arkansas and Oklahoma 
Archdiocese of OKLAHOMA City.—Most Rev. Charles A. 
Salatka, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Cariana 
and Auxiliary of Grand Rapids Dec. 9, 1961; cons. 
Mar. 6, 1962; appointed Bishop of Marquette Jan. 
10, 1968; installed Mar. 25, 1968; appointed Arch- 
bishop of Oklahoma City Sept. 27, 1977; installed 
Dec. 15, 1977. 

Diocese of Lirrte Rock.—Most Rev. Andrew J. McDon- 
ald, D.D., appointed July 4, 1972; cons. Sept. 5, 1972. 

Diocese of TuLsa.—Most Rev. Eusebius J. Beltran, D.D., 
appointed Bishop of Tulsa Feb. 28, 1978; ordained 
April 20, 1978. 


PROVINCE OF OMAHA 
Includes the State of Nebraska 

Archdiocese of OMAHA, NeBrR.—Most Rev. Daniel E. 
Sheehan, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Capsus 
and Auxiliary Bishop of Omaha, Jan. 4, 1964; cons. 
Mar. 19, 1964; promoted to See, June 11, 1969. 

Diocese of GRAND ISLAND, Nes.—Most Rev. Lawrence J. 
McNamara, D.D., appointed Jan. 10, 1978; cons. and 
installed Mar. 28, 1978. 

Diocese of LincoLtn. Nes.—Most Rev. Glennon P. Fla- 
vin, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Joannina and 
Auxiliary of St. Louis. April 24, 1957; cons. May 30, 
1957; transferred to Lincoln, May 29, 1967. 


PROVINCE OF PHILADELPHIA 
Includes the State of Pennsylvania 
Archdiocese of PHILADELPHIA, PA—His Eminence John 
Cardinal Krol, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Cadi and Auxiliary of Cleveland, July 11, 1953: cons. 
Sept. 2, 1953; promoted to Archbishopric of Phila- 
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1967. Most Rev. Gerald V. McDevitt, D.D., appoint- 
ed Titular Bishop of Tigias and Auxiliary, June 22, 
1962: cons. Aug. 1, 1962. Most Rev. John J. Graham, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Sabrata and Aux- 
iliary. Nov. 25, 1963: cons. Jan. 7, 1964. Most Rev. 
Martin N. Lohmuller, D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Ramsbury and Auxiliary, Feb. 18, 1970; cons. 
Apr. 2, 1970. Most Rev. Edward T. Hughes, D.D., 
appointed Titular Bishop of Segia and Auxiliary 
June 14, 1976; cons. July 21, 1976. 

Diocese of ALLENTOWN, Pa.—Most Rev. Joseph 
McShea, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Mina 
and Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia Feb. 9, 1952: 
cons. Mar. 19, 1952; transferred to Allentown, Feb. 
15, 1961. 

Diocese of ALTOONAJOHNSTOWN, Pa.—Most Rev. 
James J. Hogan, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Philomelium and Auxiliary of Trenton, Nov. 27, 
1959; cons. Feb. 25, 1960; transferred to Altoona- 
Johnstown, May 23, 1966. 

Diocese of Erte, Pa—Most Rev. Alfred M. Watson, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Nationa and Aux- 
iliary, May 17, 1965; cons. June 29, 1965; appointed 
to Erie Mar. 19, 1969. Most Rev. Michael J. Murphy, 
D.D., Coadjutor Bishop of Erie; appointed Titular 
Bishop of Arindela and Auxiliary Bishop of Cleve- 
land, Apr. 20, 1976; cons. June 11, 1976; appointed 
Coadjutor Bishop of Erie Nov. 28, 1978. 

Diocese of GREENSBURG, PA.—Most Rev. William G. 
Connare, D.D., appointed Feb. 23, 1963; cons. May 4, 
1960. Most Rev. Norbert F. Gaughan, D.D., appoint- 
ed Titular Bishop of Taraqua and Auxiliary Apr. 2, 
1975; cons. June 26, 1975. 

Diocese of HARRISBURG, PA—Most Rev. Joseph T. Da- 
ley, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Barca and 
Auxiliary, Nov. 27, 1963; cons. Jan. 7, 1964; appoint- 
ed Coadjutor “cum jure successionis,” July 31, 1967; 
succeeded to the See, Oct. 19, 1971. 

Diocese of PirrssurGcH, Pa—Most Rev. Vincent M. 
Leonard, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Arsacal 
and Auxiliary, Feb. 28, 1964; cons. Apr. 21, 1964. 
appointed Bishop of Pittsburgh, June 4, 1969. Most 
Rev. John B. McDowell, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Tamazuca and Auxiliary, July 18, 1966; 
cons. Sept. 8, 1966. Most Rev. Anthony G. Bosco, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Labicum and Aux- 
iliary, May 14, 1970; cons. June 30, 1970. 

Diocese of SCRANTON, Pa.—Most Rev. J. Carroll McCor- 
mick, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Ruspae and 
Auxiliary of Philadelphia, Jan. 11, 1947; cons. Apr. 
23, 1947; appointed Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown, 
June 25, 1960; transferred to Scranton, Mar. 4, 1966. 
Most Rev. James C. Timlin, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Gunugo and Auxiliary Aug. 3, 1976; cons. 
Sept. 21, 1976. 


PROVINCE OF PORTLAND IN OREGON 
Includes the States of Oregon, Idaho 
and Montana 

Archdiocese of PorTLAND, OREGON.—Most Rev. Cor- 
nelius M. Power, D.D., appointed Bishop of Yakima 
Feb. 5, 1969; cons. May 1, 1969; Appointed Archbish- 
op of Portland Jan. 22, 1974. Most Rev. Kenneth D. 
Steiner, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Avensa 
and Auxiliary Dec. 6, 1977; cons. Mar. 2, 1978. Most 
Rev. Paul E. Waldschmidt, C.S.C., D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Cizio and Auxiliary Dec. 6, 1977; 
cons. Mar. 2, 1978. 

Diocese of BAKER, OREGON.—Most Rev. Thomas J. Con- 
nolly, D.D., appointed May 4, 1971; cons. June 30, 
1971. 

Diocese of Borsr, IpAHO.—Most Rev. Sylvester W. 
Treinen, D.D., appointed, May 19, 1962; cons. July 
25, 1962. 

Diocese of GREAT Fatts, Mont.—Most Rev. Thomas Jo- 
seph Murphy, D.D., appointed Bishop of Great 
Falls, July 5, 1978; installed Aug. 21, 1978. 

Diocese of HELENA, Mont.—Most Rev. Elden F. Curtiss, 
D.D., appointed Bishop of Helena Mar. 4, 1976; cons. 
Apr. 28, 1976. 


PROVINCE OF ST. LOUIS 

Includes the State of Missouri 
Archdiocese of St. Louis.—His Eminence John Cardinal 
Carberry, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Elis and 
Coadjutor of Lafayette in Indiana “cum jure succes- 
sionis,” May 3, 1956; cons. July 25, 1956: succeeded 
to See, Nov. 20, 1957: transferred to Columbus Jan. 
16, 1965; appointed Archbishop of St. Louis Feb. 17, 
1968; created Cardinal, April 28, 1969. Most Rev. 
George J. Gottwald, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Cedamusa and Auxiliary, June 20, 1961; cons. 
Aug. 8, 1961. Most Rev. Charles R. Koester, D.D.; 
appointed Titular Bishop of Suacia and Auxiliary, 
Jan. 5, 1971; cons. Feb. 11, 1971. Most Rev. Edward 


T. O’Meara, appointed Titular Bishop of Tisiduo and ~ 


Auxiliary Feb. 1, 1972; cons. Feb. 13, 1972. 
Diocese of JEFFERSON City, Mo.—Most Rev. Michael F. 

McAuliffe, S.T.D., appointed Bishop July 2, 1969; 

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Diocese of Kansas City-St. JosEPpH, Mo.—Most Rev. 
John J. Sullivan, D.D., appointed Bishop of Grand 
Island July 25, 1972; cons. Sept. 19, 1972; appointed 
Bishop of Kansas City-St. Joseph June 27, 1977; in- 
stalled Aug. 17, 1977. Most Rev. George K. Fitsi- 
mons appointed Titular Bishop of Pertusa and 
Auxiliary May 27, 1975; cons. July 3, 1975. 

Diocese of SPRINGFIELD-CAPE GIRARDEAU. Mo.—Most 
Rev. Bernard F. Law, D.D., appointed Oct. 22, 1973; 
cons. Dec. 5, 1973. 


PROVINCE OF ST. PAUL 
AND MINNEAPOLIS 
Includes the States of Minnesota, South 
Dakota and North Dakota 

Archdiocese of St. PauL AND MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.— 
Most Rev. John R. Roach, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Cenae and Auxiliary, July 12, 1971; cons. 
Sept. 8, 1971; appointed Archbishop of St. Paul and 
Minneapolis May 21, 1975; installed July 16, 1975. 
Most Rev. John F. Kinney, D.D., appointed Titular 
Bishop of Caorle and Auxiliary Nov. 16, 1976; cons. 
Jan. 25, 1977. 

Diocese of Bismarck, N. Daxk.—Most Rev. Hilary B. 
Hacker, D.D., appointed Dec. 29, 1956; cons. Feb 27, 
1957. 

Diocese of Crookston, Minn.—Most Rev. Victor H. 
Balke, D.D., appointed July 7, 1976; cons. Sept. 2, 
1976. 

Diocese of DuLuTH, Minn.—Most Rev. Paul F. Ander- 
son, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Polignando 
and Coadjutor Bishop of Duluth with right of 
succession, July 19, 1968; cons. Oct. 17, 1968; suc- 
ceeded to See April 30, 1969. 

Diocese of Farco, N. Dak.—Most Rev. Justin A. Dris- 
coll, D.D.; appointed Sept. 8, 1970; cons. Oct. 28, 
1970. 

Diocese of NEw Um, Minn.—Most Rev. Raymond A. 
Lucker, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Meta and 
Auxiliary of St. Paul and Minneapolis July 12, 1971 
cons. Sept. 8, 1971; transferred to New Ulm Dec. 23, 
1975. 

Diocese of Rapip City, S. Dak.—Most Rev. Harold Jo- 
seph Dimmerling, D.D., appointed Bishop of Rapid 
City Sept. 17, 1969; cons. Oct. 30, 1969. 

Diocese of St. CLoup, Minn.—Most Rev. George H. 
Speltz, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Claneus 
and Auxiliary of Winona. Feb. 13, 1963; cons. Mar. 
25, 1963; appointed Coadjutor of St. Cloud “cum jure 
successionis,” Apr. 4, 1966; succeeded to See, Jan. 
31, 1968. 

Diocese of Sioux FAuts, S. Dakota.—Most Rev. Paul V. 
Dudley, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Ursona 
and Auxiliary Bishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis 
Nov. 16, 1976; cons. Jan. 25, 1977; appointed Bishop 
of Sioux Falls Sept. 26, 1978. 

Diocese of WinoNA, MinN.—Most Rev. Loras J. Wat- 
ters, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Fidoloma 
and Auxiliary of Dubuque, June 23, 1965; cons. Aug. 
26, 1965; transferred to Winona, Jan. 8, 1969. 


PROVINCE OF SAN ANTONIO 
Includes the States of Texas (except the 
Diocese of El Paso) 

Archdiocese of San ANTONIO, TEx.—Most Rev. Francis 
J. Furey, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Temnus 
and Auxiliary of Philadelphia, Aug. 24, 1960; cons. 
Dec. 22, 1960; transferred as Coadjutor of San Diego 
July 25, 1963; succeeded to See Mar. 6, 1966; trans- 
ferred to San Antonio June 4, 1969. Most Rev. Hugo 
Gerbermann, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Amatunte di Palestina June 6, 1962; cons. July 22, 
1962; appointed Bishop of Huehuetenango Dec. 23, 
1967; resigned July 18, 1975; appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Pinhel and Auxiliary of San Antonio July 24, 
1975. 

Diocese of AMARILLO, Tex.—Most Rev. Lawrence M. 
DeFalco, D.D., appointed April 16, 1963; cons. May 
30, 1963. 

Diocese of Austin, TEx.—Most Rev. Vincent M. Harris, 
D.D., appointed Bishop of Beaumont, July 4, 1966; 
cons. Sept. 28, 1966; transferred to Austin as Coadju- 
tor. April 21, 1971; succeeded to See Nov. 16, 1971. 

Diocese of BEAUMONT, Tex.—Most Rev. Bernard J. 
Ganter, D.D., appointed Bishop of Tulsa Dec. 19, 
1972; installed Feb. 7, 1973; appointed to Beaumont 
Oct. 3, 1977; installed Dec. 13, 1977. 

Diocese of BRowNSVILLE, TEX.—Most Rev. John J. Fitz- 
patrick, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Cenae 
and Auxiliary of Miami, June 24, 1968; cons. Aug. 
28, 1968; transferred to Brownsville, April 21, 1971. 

Diocese of Corpus Curist1, Tex.—Most Rev. Thomas J. 
Drury, D.D., appointed Bishop of San Angelo, Oct. 
16, 1961; cons. Jan. 24, 1962; transferred to Corpus 
Christi, July 19, 1965. 

Diocese of DALLas, TEx.—Most Rev. Thomas Tschoepe, 


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D.D.; appointed Bishop of San Angelo Jan. 12, 1966; 
cons. Mar. 9, 1966; transferred to Dallas Aug. 27, 
1969. 

Diocese of Fort WortH, TeEx.—Most Rev. John J. Cas- 
sata, D.D.; appointed Titular Bishop of Bida and 
Auxiliary of Dallas-Fort Worth Mar. 20, 1968; cons. 
June 5, 1968; appointed to Fort Worth Aug. 22, 1969. 

Diocese of GALveston-Houston, Tex.—Most Rev. John 
L. Morkovsky, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Hieron and Auxiliary Bishop of Amarillo Dec. 22, 
1955; cons. Feb. 22, 1956; succeeded to See Aug. 18, 
1958: transferred as Titular Bishop of Tigava, 
Apostolic Administrator and Coadjutor of Galves- 
ton-Houston, “cum jure successionis,”’ April 17, 
1963; succeeded to the See Apr. 22, 1975. Most Rev. 
John E. McCarthy, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop 
of Padena and Auxiliary Jan. 23, 1979; cons. Mar. 
14, 1979. 

Diocese of SAN ANGELO, TeEx.—Most Rev. Stephen A. 
Leven, D.D., Titular of Bure and Aux. of San An- 
tonio Dec. 7, 1955; cons. Feb. 8, 1956; appointed Bish- 
op of San Angelo, Oct. 22, 1969. 


PROVINCE OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Includes Northern California and the States of Nevada, 
Utah and Hawaii, the Marianas Islands and the 
Ryukyus Islands. 

Archdiocese of SAN FraNcIsco, CaAL.—Most Rev. John 
R. Quinn, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Thisi- 
duo and Auxiliary of San Diego Oct. 21, 1967; cons. 
Dec. 12, 1967; translated to Oklahoma City and Tul- 
sa Nov. 18, 1971; appointed Archbishop Dec. 13, 
1972; appointed to San Francisco Apr. 26, 1977. 
Most Rev. William J. McDonald, D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Aquae Regiae and Auxiliary of 
Wash., D. C., March 17, 1964; cons. May 25, 1964; 
transferred to Auxiliary of San Francisco, July 26, 
1967. Most Rev. Francis A. Quinn, D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Numana and Auxiliary Bishop of 
San Francisco, April 28, 1978; cons. June 29, 1978. 
Most Rev. Roland Pierre DuMaine, D.D., appointed 
Titular Bishop of Sarda and Auxiliary Bishop of San 
Francisco, April 28, 1978; cons. June 29, 1978. 

Diocese of AGAaNna.—Most Rev. Felixberto C. Flores, ap- 
pointed Titular of Stonj (Stagnum) and Apostolic 
Administrator, Mar. 19, 1970; cons. May 17, 1970; 
succeeded to See May 15, 1971. 

Diocese of HonoLuLu, Hawai.—Most Rev. John J. 
Scanlan, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Cenae 
and Auxiliary, July 8, 1954; cons. Sept. 21, 1954; 
appointed Apostolic Administrator Nov. 10, 1967; 
succeeded to See Mar. 6, 1968. Most Rev. Joseph A. 
Ferrario, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Cuse 
and Auxiliary Nov. 8, 1977; cons. Jan. 13, 1978. 

Diocese of OAKLAND, CaAL.—Most Rev. John S. Cum- 
mins, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Lambesi 
and Auxiliary of Sacramento Feb. 26, 1974; cons. 
May 16, 1974; appointed Bishop of Oakland May 3, 
1977. 

Diocese of Reno-Las Vecas, Nev.—Most Rev. Norman 
F. McFarland, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Bida and Auxiliary of San Francisco June 5, 1970; 
cons. Sept. 8, 1970; installed Apostolic Administra- 
tor Dec. 6, 1974; appointed to the See Feb. 10, 1976. 

Diocese of SACRAMENTO, CaL.—Most Rev. Alden J. Bell, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Rhodopolis and 
Auxiliary of Los Angeles, April 18, 1956; cons. June 
4, 1956; transferred to Sacramento, March 30, 1962. 

Diocese of SALT Lake City, UtaH.—Most Rev. Joseph L. 
Federal, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Appiaria 
and Auxiliary, Feb. 5, 1951; cons. Apr. 11, 1951; ap- 
pointed Coadjutor “cum jure successionis” of Salt 
Lake City, May 8, 1958; succeeded to the See, Mar. 
31, 1960. 

Diocese of Santa Rosa, Cat.—Most Rev. Mark J. Hur- 
ley, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Thunusuda 
and Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco Oct. 21, 1967; 
cons. Jan. 4, 1968; appointed Bishop of Santa Rosa 
Nov. 19, 1969. 

Diocese of Stockton, CAu.—Most Rev. Merlin J. Guil- 
foyle, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Bulla and 
Auxiliary of San Francisco Aug. 15, 1950; cons. Sept. 
21, 1950; appointed Bishop of Stockton Nov. 19, 
1969; installed Jan. 13, 1970. 


PROVINCE OF SANTA FE 
Includes the States of New Mexico, Arizona, and the 
Diocese of El Paso, Texas 

Archdiocese of SANTE Fr. N. M.—Most Rev. Robert F. 
Sanchez, D.D.; appointed Archbishop of Santa Fe 
June 1, 1974; cons. July 25, 1974. 

Diocese of EL Paso, Tex.—Most Rev. Patrick F. Flores, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Italica and Auxili- 
ary of San Antonio Mar. 18, 1970; cons. May 5, 1970; 
appointed Bishop of El Paso Apr. 4, 1978; installed 
May 29, 1978. 

Diocese of GALLUP.—Most Rev. Jerome J. Hastrich, 


HIERARCHY IN THE UNITED STATES 


D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Gurza and Auxili- 
ary of Madison, July 31, 1963; cons. Sept. 3, 1963; 
transferred to Gallup Sept. 3, 1969. 

Diocese of PHoENIx, Ar1z.—Most Rev. James S. Rausch, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Summa and Aux- 
iliary of St. Cloud Mar. 5, 1973; cons. Apr. 26, 1973; 
appointed Bishop of Phoenix Jan 25, 1977. 

Diocese of Tucson, Ariz.—Most Rev. Francis J. Green, 
D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Serra and Auxili- 
ary, May 29, 1953; cons. Sept. 17, 1953; appointed 
Coadjutor “cum jure successionis” of Tucson, May 
11, 1960; succeeded to the See Oct. 26, 1960. 


PROVINCE OF SEATTLE 


Includes the State of Washington. 

Archdiocese of SEATTLE, WasH.—Most Rev. Raymond 
G. Hunthausen, D.D., appointed Bishop of Helena 
July 8, 1962; cons. Aug. 30, 1962; appointed Arch- 
bishop of Seattle Feb. 25, 1975. Most Rev. Nicolas E. 
Walsh, D.D., appointed Bishop of Yakima Sept. 5, 
1974; cons. Oct. 28, 1974; transferred to Auxiliary 
Bishop of Seattle Aug. 10, 1976. 

Diocese of SPOKANE, WasH.—Most Rev. Lawrence H. 
Welsh, D.D., appointed Nov. 7, 1978; cons. Dec. 14, 
1978. 

Diocese of YAKIMA, WASH.—Most Rev. William S. Skyl- 
stad, D.D., appointed Bishop of Yakima Feb. 22, 
1977; cons. May 12, 1977. 


PROVINCE OF WASHINGTON 

Includes the District of Columbia, and Montgomery, 
Prince Georges, Charles, Calvert and St. Mary’s 
Counties in Maryland also, Virgin Islands. 

Archdiocese of WASHINGTON.—His Eminence William 
Cardinal Baum, D.D., appointed Bishop of Spring- 
field-Cape Girardeau Feb. 25, 1970; cons. Apr. 6, 
1970; appointed Archbishop of Washington May 8, 
1973; created Cardinal May 24, 1976. Most Rev. 
Thomas W. Lyons, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Mortlach and Auxiliary July 16, 1974; cons. Sept. 12, 
1974. Most Rev. Eugene Marino, S.S.J., D.D., ap- 
pointed Titular Bishop of Walla Walla and Auxili- 
ary July 16, 1974; cons. Sept. 12, 1974. Most Rev. 
Thomas C. Kelly, O.P., D.D., appointed Titular Bish- 
op of Tusuro and Auxiliary July 12, 1977; cons. Aug. 
15, 1977. 

Diocese of St. THomas, V. I.—Most Rev. Edward J. 
Harper, C.SS.R., D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Heraclea Pontica and Prelate of the Virgin Islands 
July 23, 1960; cons. Oct. 6, 1960; named Bishop of St. 
Thomas Apr. 20, 1977. 


PROVINCE OF PHILADELPHIA 
(Byzantine Rite) 

Archeparchy of PHILADELPHIA.——Most Rev. Joseph M. 
Schmondiuk, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of 
Zeugma July 20, 1956; cons. Nov. 8, 1956; appointed 
Bishop of Stamford Aug. 14, 1961; appointed Arch- 
bishop Philadelphia Oct. 1, 1977. 

Diocese of St. NICHOLAS IN CHICcAGO.—Most Rev. Jaros- 
lav Gabro, D.D., appointed July 14, 1961; cons. Oct. 
26, 1961. 

Diocese of STAMFORD.—See Vacant. 


PROVINCE OF MUNHALL 
(Byzantine Rite) 

Archdiocese of PirrssuURGH.—Most Rev. Stephen Kocis- 
ko, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Theveste and 
Auxiliary of Exarchate of Pittsburgh, July 20, 1956; 
cons. Oct. 23, 1956; appointed Eparch of Passaic July 
31, 1963; transferred to Pittsburgh, Dec. 21, 1967; 
elevated to Archbishopric Feb. 21, 1969. Most Rev. 
John Bilock, appointed Titular Bishop of Pergamo 
and Auxiliary of Pittsburgh Mar. 1, 1973; cons. May 
15, 1973. 

Eparchy of ParMa, Oun10.—Most Rev. Emil Mihalik, 
D.D., appointed Mar. 22, 1969; cons. June 12, 1969; 
installed June 12, 1969. 

Diocese of Passaic.—Most Rev. Michael J. Dudick, 
D.D., appointed Aug. 21, 1968; cons. Oct. 24, 1968. 
Most Rev. Thomas V. Dolinay, D.D., appointed Titu- 
lar Bishop of Thyatira and Auxiliary Sept. 23, 1976; 
cons. Nov. 23, 1976. 


MARONITES 
Diocese of St. MARON, BROOKLYN.—Most Rev. Francis 
Zayek, D.D., appointed Titular Bishop of Callinicum 
and Auxiliary for the Maronites in Brazil, May 30, 
1962; cons. Aug. 5, 1962; transferred, Jan. 27, 1966; 
Co- Exarchate; elevated to Bishopric June 4, 1972. 


MELKITES 
Exarchy of Newron.—Most Rev. Joseph Tawil, D.D., 
cons. Oct. 23, 1959; appointed Eparch July 15, 1976. 




















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The Apostolic Delegation 


EsTABLISHED JANUARY 24, 1893. 
Address: 3339 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Washington, D. C., 20008. ¢ 202-333-7121. 





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APOSTOLIC DELEGATE IN THE 
UNITED STATES 


His Excellency 
The Most Reverend 


JEAN JADOT, D.D., Ph.D. 
Titular Archbishop of Zuri 


Born in Brussels, Belgium, on 23 November 
1909; ordained for the Archdiocese of Malines- 
Brussels, 11 February 1934; Assistant Pastor 
of Church of Sainte Gertrude, Brussels, 1934- 
1939; National Chaplain of Jeunesse Etudiante 
Catholique (JEC), 1939-1944; Military Chaplain 
at the Ecole Royale Militaire, Brussels, 1945- 
1952; Chief Chaplain to the Congolese Forces 
in Belgian Congo, 1952-1960; National Director 
of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith 
in Belgium, 1960-1968; ordained Titular Arch- 
bishop of Zuri, 1 May 1968; Pro-Nuncio Apos- 
tolic in Thailand and Apostolic Delegate in 
Laos, Malaysia and Singapore, 1968-1971; Pro- 
Nuncio Apostolic in the Cameroons and Gabon 
and Apostolic Delegate in Equatorial Guinea, 
1971-1973; appointed Apostolic Delegate in the 
United States, 22 May 1973. 


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Rev. Msgr. CLEMENTE Faccanl, Special Assistant 
Rev. Msgr. FRANCESCO CANALINI, Auditor Rev. Msgr. 
GiusEPpPE LEANZA, Secretary Very Rev. THomas R. 
GaLLaGue_r, O.P., S.T.M., Secretary Very Rev. NicHo- 
Las HALLIGAN, O.P., S.T.M., Archivist-Secretary Rev. 
RicHarp E. Patss, Secretary Rev. LAWRENCE Pur- 
CELL, Secretary. 


Former Apostolic Delegates: 


His Eminence FRANCESCO CARDINAL SATOLLI, 1893—1896. 
His Eminence SEBASTIANO CARDINAL MARTINELLI, 1896—1902. 
His Eminence DIOMEDE CARDINAL F'ALCONIO, 1902—1911. 
His Eminence GIOVANNI CARDINAL BONZANO, 1911—1922. 
His Eminence Pierro CARDINAL FUMASONI-BIONDI, 1922—1933. 
His Eminence A. G. CARDINAL CICOGNANI, 1933—1958. 
His Eminence Ea@mio CARDINAL VAGNOZZI, 1958—1967. 
His Eminence LuiciI CARDINAL RAIMONDI, 1967—1973. 


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National Conference of Catholic Bishops 





Address—1312 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Washington, 
D. C., 20005. ¢ 202-659-6600. 

The National Conference of Catholic Bishops (NCCB) 
is a canonical entity operating in accordance with 
the Conciliar Decree. Christus Dominus. Its pur- 
pose is to foster the Church’s mission to mankind by 
providing the Bishops of this country with an oppor- 
tunity to exchange views and insights of prudence 
and experience and to exercise in a joint manner 
their pastoral office. The NCCB is the successor to 
the Annual Meeting of the Bishops of the United 
States, approved in the brief “Communes” issued by 
Pope Benedict XV, April 10, 1919 and in a special 


letter of Pius XI issued on August 10, 1927. The 
present NCCB statutes with some slight amend- 
ment are those originally approved by the Sacred 
Consistorial Congregation in a decree issued on 
June 22, 1922. 

The National Conference of Catholic Bishops is com- 
posed of every Bishop, residential or titular, who 
serves or has served the Church in the United 
States, its territories or possessions. Each Bishop 
has an active and passive voice in the Conference. 
Under certain conditions, enunciated in conciliar 
legislation, the National Conference of Catholic 
Bishops can initiate actions that are juridically bind- 


ing on all the bishops of the country. 

The National Conference of Catholic Bishops is pre- 
sided over by a president who is elected by the gen- 
eral membership. Other officers of the organization 
are a vice president, secretary, treasurer and gener- 
al secretary. The organization functions through 
forty-one different bishops’ committees. The Na- 
tional Conference of Catholic Bishops is a distinct 
entity from the United States Catholic Conference. 
Its relationship to the USCC is that of a sponsoring 
organization. 


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NCCB ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE 
WILLIAM CaRDINAL BAUM 
JOHN CaRDINAL Krot (Region 3) 
Archbishop Josepu L. BERNARDIN 
Archbishop Wiu1aM D. Borpers (Region 4) 
Archbishop James J. Byrne (Region 9) 
Archbishop THomas A. DoNNELLLAN 
Archbishop Puitip M. HANNAN 
Archbishop THomas J. McDonoucu (Region 5) 
Archbishop JoHN R. QUINN 
Archbishop Joun R. Roacu 
Archbishop ReMBERT WEAKLAND, O.S.B. 
Bishop JuAN A. ARZUBE 
Bishop Leo J. Brust (Region 7) 
Bishop WILLIAM G. CoNNARE 
Bishop JosePpH R. CROWLEY 
Bishop Etpon F. Curtiss (Region 12) 
Bishop Joun J. FirzPaTRick 
Bishop RayMonp J. GALLAGHER 
Bishop Bernarp J. Ganter (Region 10) 
Bishop NorsBert F. GAUGHAN 
Bishop Francis H. GRETEMAN 
Bishop Francis Harrison (Region 2) 
Bishop Nevin W. Hayes 
Bishop Epwarp D. Heap 
Bishop Josrpu L. Howze 
Bishop Epwarp T. HuGcHEs 
Bishop THomas C. KELLy, O.P. 
Bishop THomas W. Lyons 
Bishop Norman McFArRLAND 
Bishop JoHn R. McGann 
Bishop JosepH A. McNicHoLas 
Bishop Leo T. Mauer (Region II) 
Bishop Roger M. MaHony 
Bishop EuGene A. Marino 
Bishop JoHn L. May 
Bishop Micuaet J. MurPHY 
Bishop Epwarp W. O’RourKE 
Bishop ALBert H. OrrENWELLER 
Bishop DaneIL E. PitarczyK 
Bishop Dante. P. REILLy (Region 1) 
Bishop Grorce H. Spe.rz (Region 8) 
Bishop Epmunp C. Szoxa (Region 6) 
Bishop Ernest L. UNTERKOEFLER 
Bishop Austin B. VAUGHAN (Alternates) 
Region 1 Bishop Danie. A. Hart 
Region 2 Bishop Patrick AHERN 
Region 3 Archbishop PeTer GERETY 
Region 4 Bishop Tuomas J. MARDAGA 
Region 5 Bishop CarRo.t T. Dozier 
Region 6 Bishop Grorce A. FULCHER 
Region 7 Bishop FrepERIck W. FREKING 
Region 8 Bishop GrorcEe Evans 
Region 9 Bishop MicuaEL F. McAULIFFE 
Region 10 Bishop Eusesius J. BELTRAN 
Region 11 Bishop R. Pierre DUMAINE 
Region 12 Bishop Tuomas J. CoNNOLLY 


OFFICERS 
Archbishop JoHNn R. Quinn, President 
Archbishop Joun R. Roacu, Vice President 
Archbishop THomas A. DonNELLAN, Treasurer 
Bishop Tuomas C. KELLy, O.P., Secretary 


GENERAL SECRETARIAT 

Most Rev. THomas C. Ke ty, O.P., General Secretary 
Msgr. THomas J. Leonarp, Assoc. General Secretary 
Rev. JosePH L. CHARRON, C.PP.S., Assoc. General Secre- 

tary 
Rev. Daniet F. Hoye, Assoc. General Secretary 
Msgr. Georce G. Hiaarns, Secretary for Research. 
Mr. Russe. B. Suaw, Secretary for Public Affairs 
Mr. Joun J. O'NEILL, Secretary for Planning 


STAFF OFFICES 
Finance and Administration—Mr. Franics X. DoyLe, 
Jr., Director 
Accounting, Mr. Rosert D. Baixey, Director 


Personnel and General Services, Mr. SAMUEL T. 

DrMisa, Director 
Publications, Miss Marie Houser, Director 

General Consel—Mr. Grorce E. REEep 

Government Liaison—Mr. James L. Rosinson, Direc- 
tor 

National Catholic Office for Information—Mr. Wi.- 
LIAM A. Ryan, Director 


NCCB COMMITTEES ON THE 


EXECUTIVE LEVEL 

Executive Committee 
Chairman—Archbishop JoHN R. QUINN 
Members—Archbishop Joun R. Roacn —Archbishop 

THoMas A. DONNELLAN —Bishop THomas C. KEL- 
Ly, O.P. (Vacancy) 

Committee on Budget and Finance 

Chairman—Archbishop THomas A. DoNNELLAN 

Members—Bishop Witu1am G. ConNARE —Bishop 

JosePH R. Crowitey —Bishop Tuomas C. KELLy, 
O.P. —Bishop Epmunp C. Szoxa —Archbishop 
JouN J. Macuire, Consultant 

Committee on Personnel and Administration 
Chairman—Archbishop Joun R. Roacu 
Members—Archbishop WILL1AM D. BorpErs —Bish- 

op Tuomas C. KELLy, O.P. 

Committee on Research, Plans and Programs 
Chairman—Archbishop Joun R. QuINN 
Members—Archbishop JosepH L. BERNARDIN — 

Archbishop THomas A. DoNNELLAN —Archbishop 
Joun R. R. Roach —Bishop Tuomas C. KELLY, O.P. 


NCCB COMMITTEES ON 
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP LEVEL 
Standing Committees 
American Board of Catholic Missions Committee 
Bishop JoHN J. Firzpatrick, Chairman 
Arbitration Committee 
Bishop Rocer M. Manony, Chairman 
Bishops’ Welfare Emergency Relief Committee 
Archbishop Joun R. Quinn, Chairman 
Boundaries of Dioceses and Provinces Committee 
Archbishop JoHN R. Quinn, Chairman 
Canon Law Committee 
Archbishop JosepH L. BERNARDIN, Chairman 
Church in Latin America Committee 

Bishop Nevin W. Hayes, Chairman 

Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Wash- 
ington, D. C., 20005. Ms Frances L. Neason, Dir. 

Doctrine Committee 

WILLIAM CARDINAL Baum, Chairman 

Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, N.W., 
Washington, D. C., 20005. Rev. Msgr. Ricuarp K. 
MALong, Director 

Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs Committee 

Bishop Ernest L. UNTERKOEFLER, Chairman 

Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, N.W., 
Washington, D. C., 20005. Reverend Joun F. 
Horcnkin, Dir.; Reverend JoHN PETER SHEEHAN, 
Assoc. Dir. 

Secretariat for Catholic-Jewish Relations; 1312 Mas- 
sachusetts avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C., 20005. 
Bishop Francis J. MuGavero, Episcopal Modera- 
tor; Dr. EuGENE Fisuer, Exec. Secy. 

Human Values Committee: Bishop Austin B. Vauc- 
HAN, Chairman 

Secretariat for Human Values: 1312 Massachusetts 

ave., N.W., Washington, D.C., 20005. Vacant. 
Laity Committee 

Bishop ALBert H. OrreNWELLER, Chairman 

Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Wash- 
ington, D. C., 20005. Ms. DoLores Leckey, Director. 

Liaison with Priests, Religious and Laity 
Bishop JosepH A. McNicuo tas, Chairman 

Liturgy Committee 
Archbishop REMBERT WEAKLAND, O.S.B., Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, N.W., 


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Washington, D.C., 20005. Rev. Tuomas A. Kros- 
NICKI, S.V.D., Dir.; Rev. JoHN GurrierI, Assoc. Dir. 


Men Religious Committee 
Bishop JoHN L. May, Chairman 
Missions Committee 
Bishop WILLIAM G. ConnaRE, Chairman 
Nomination of Bishops Committee 
Archbishop JoHn R. Quinn, Chairman 
North American College, Louvain, Committee 
Bishop Epwarp W. O’Rourke, Chairman 
North American College, Rome, Committee 
Bishop Francis H. GRETEMAN, Chairman 
Pastoral Research and Practices Committee 
Bishop NorMAN McFar.anp, Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Wash- 
ington, D. C., 20005. Rev. RicHarp K, Ma.ong, Di- 
rector 
Permanent Diaconate Committee 
Bishop EuGeNnE A. Marino, Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, N.W., 
Washington, D.C., 20005. Monsignor Ernest J. Fir- 
DLER, Director 
Priestly Formation Committee 
Bishop MicHaE. J. Murpny, Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, N.W., 
Washington, D. C., 20005. Rev. Danie. J. PAKEN- 
HAM, Director. 
Priestly Life and Ministry Committee 
Bishop RaymMonp J. GALLAGHER, Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, N.W., 
Washington, D. C., 20005. Rev. Msgr. Cotrn A. Mac- 
DonaLp, Director. 
Vocations Committee 
Bishop KENNETH J. Povisu, Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Wash- 
ington, D. C., 20005. Rev. DANIEL J. PAKENHAM, Di- 
rector. 
Women Religious Committee 
Bishop JoHn R. McGann, Chairman 


Ad Hoc Committees 
Call to Action Plan 
Archbishop JoHn R. Roacn, Chairman 
Catholic Charismatic Renewal 
Bishop KENNETH J. PovisH, Chairman 
Diocesan Finances Committee 
JOHN CARDINAL DEARDEN, Chairman 
Evangelization Committee 
Archbishop Francis T. Huruey, Chairman 3031 
Fourth st. N.E., Washington, D. C., 20017. ¢ 202-832- 
4696. Staff: Rev. Arvin A. ILLic, C.S.P.; Bro. Ep- 
WARD ADAMS, F.S.C.; Bro. BERNARD STRATMAN, S.M. 
Farm Labor Committee 
Bishop James S. Rauscu, Chairman 
Hispanic Affairs 
Archbishop Rosert F. SANCHEZ, Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Wash- 
ington, D. C., 20005. Mr. Paut SEDILLO, Secretary. 
Inter-Rite 
Bishop WiLiiam G. CONNARE 
Liaison with the National Office for Black Catholics 
Bishop WILLIAM R. JOHNSON, Chairman 
Marxism-Communism Committee 
Bishop JosepH A. McNicHo.as, Chairman 
Migration and Tourism Committee 
Bishop RENE H. Gracipa, Chairman 
National Collections Committee 
Archbishop THomas J. McDonouGu, Chairman 
Parishes Committee 
Bishop Epwarp C. O’Leary, Chairman 
Pro-Life Activities Committee TERENCE CARDINAL 
Cooke, Chairman 
Secretariat: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, N.W., 
Washington, D.C., 20005. Rev. Epwarp M. Bryce, 
Director. 
Women in Society and the Church 
Bishop Micuaet F. McAu.irre, Chairman 























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United States Catholic Conference 


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Address—1312 Massachusetts avenue. N.W., Washing- 
ton, D. C., 20005. ¢ 202-659-6600. 
The United States Catholic Conference (USCC) is a 
civil entity of the American Catholic Bishops, incor- 
porated under the laws of the District of Columbia, 


assisting the Bishops in their service to the Church 
in this country by uniting the people of God where 
voluntary. collective action on a broad interdioce- 
san level is needed. The USCC provides an organiza- 
tional structure and the resources needed to insure 


coordination, cooperation, and assistance in the 
public. educational, and social concerns of the 
Church at the national or interdiocesan level. 


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OFFICERS 
President, Archbishop JoHN R. Quinn Vice President, 
Archbishop Joun R. Roacu Treasurer, Archbishop 
Tuomas A. DoNNELLAN Secretary, Bishop THoMas 
C. Ketty, O.P. 


GENERAL SECRETARIAT 

General Secretary, Bishop THomas C. KELLy, O.P. 

Associate General Secretary, Msgr. THomas J. LEon- 
ARD. 

Associate General Secretaries, Revs. JosePpH L. CHAR- 
RON, C.PP.S.; Dante F. Hoye. 

Secretary for Special Concerns, Msgr. Grorce G. Hic- 
GINS. 

Secretary for Planning, Mr. JoHNn J. O’NEILL 

Secretary for Public Affairs, Mr. Russet B. SHaw 


STAFF OFFICES 
Finance and Administration, Mr. FraNnics X. DoyYLe, 
Director 
Accounting, Mr. Ropert D. BAILEY 
Personnel and General Services, Mr. SAMUEL T. 
DiMIsa 
Publications, Miss MARIE Houser 
General Counsel, Mr. Grorce E. REED 
Government Liaison, Mr. JAMEs L. Rosinson, Director 
National Catholic Office for Information, Mr. WILLIAM 
A. RYAN 
NCCB-USCC Office of Research, Rev. EUGENE F. HEm- 
RICK, Director 


RELATED STAFF OFFICES 
NCCB-USCC Secretariat for Hispanic Affairs, Mr. PAUL 
SEDILLO, Secretary 
Chaplains Services, Rev. Pau J. Henry, O.S.F.S., Di- 
rector 
Migration and Refugee Services, Mr. JouHn E. 
McCartny, Director 


ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD 
WILLIAM CARDINAL BAUM 
JOHN CARDINAL Krot (Region 3) 
Archbishop JosEPH L. BERNARDIN 
Archbishop WILLIAM D. Borpers (Region 4) 
Archbishop JAMEs J. ByRNE (Region 9) 
Archbishop THomas A. DONNELLAN 
Archbishop Puitip M. HANNAN 
Archbishop THomas J. McDonouGu (Region 5) 
Archbishop JoHN R. QUINN 
Archbishop JoHN R. RoAcH 
Archbishop REMBERT WEAKLAND, O.S.B. 
Archbishop Juan A. ARZUBE 
Bishop Leo J. Brust (Region 7) 
Bishop WILLIAM G. CONNARE 
Bishop JosEPH R. CROWLEY 
Bishop ELpon F. Curtiss (Region 12) 
Bishop JoHN J. FITZPATRICK 
Bishop RayMonpD J. GALLAGHER 
Bishop BERNARD J. GANTER (Region 10) 
Bishop NorsBert F, GAUGHAN 
Bishop Francis H. GRETEMAN 
Bishop Francis Harrison (Region 2) 
Bishop Nevin W. Hayes 
Bishop Epwarp D. HEAD 
Bishop JosepH L. Howze 
Bishop Epwarp T. HuGHEs 
Bishop THomas C. KELLy, O.P. 
Bishop THomas W. Lyons 
Bishop NoRMAN McFarLaNnD 
Bishop JoHN R. McGANN 
Bishop JoseEpH A. McNICHOLAS 
Bishop Roger M. MaHony 
Bishop EuGeNE A. Marino 
Bishop JoHN L. May 
Bishop MicHarEL J. MURPHY 
Bishop Edward W. O’Rourke 
Bishop ALBERT H. OTrENWELLER 
Bishop DANIEL £. PILARCZYK 
Bishop Daniet P. REILLy (Region 1) 
Bishop GeorGc_E H. Spetz (Region 8) 
Bishop Epmunp C. Szpka (Region 6) 
Bishop Ernest L. UNTERKOEFLER 
Bishop Austin B. VAUGHAN 
(Alternates) 
Region 1 Bishop DANieEL A. Hart 


Region 2 Bishop Patrick AHERN 
Region 3 Archbishop Peter L. GERETY 
Region 4 Bishop THomas J. MARDAGA 
Region 5 Bishop Carro.t T. Dozier 
Region 6 Bishop GrorcE A. FULCHER 
Region 7 Bishop FreDERICK D. FREKING 
Region 8 Bishop GEorGcE Evans 

Region 9 Bishop MicHaEL F. McCAULIFFE 
Region 10 Bishop Eusrsius J. BELTRAN 
Region 11 Bishop R. PirrrRE DUMAINE 
Region 12 Bishop THomas J. CONNOLLY 


COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD 

Executive Committee 
Chairman— 

Archbishop JoHN R. QUINN 

Members— 

Archbishop JoHN R. RoacH 

Archbishop THomMas A. DONNELLAN 

Bishop THomas C. KELLy, O.P. 

Bishop JamMEs W. MALONE (Vacancy) 
Committee on Budget and Finance 
Chairman — 

Archbishop THoMas A. DONNELLAN 
Members— 

Bishop WILLIAM G. CONNARE 

Bishop JosepH R. Crow.ey Bishop THoMas 

CyKewny, ‘O:P! 

Bishop EpMunp C. Szoxa 

Archbishop JoHN J. MaGuireE, Consultant 
Committee on Personnel and Administration 
Chairman— 

Archbishop JOHN R. RoacH 
Members— 

Archbishop WILLIAM D. BorDErRS 

Bishop THomas C. KELLY, O.P. 
Committee on Research, Plans and Programs 
Chairman— 

Archbishop JoHN R. QUINN 
Members— 

Archbishop JoserH L. BERNARDIN 

Archbishop THomas A. DONNELLAN 

Archbishop JoHN R. RoacH 

Bishop THomas C. KELLY, O.P. 


COMMITTEES AND DEPARTMENTS 
COMMUNICATION 
Committee on Communication 
Chairman— 
Bishop JosePH R. CROWLEY 
Members— 
Archbishop PHitip M. HANNAN 
Bishop PrerRE DUMAINE 
Bishop GLENNON P. FLAVIN 
Bishop GrorGE A. FULCHER 
Bishop NorBeErt F. GAUGHAN 
Bishop JosEPH Hart 
Bishop Howarp J. HuBBARD 
Bishop ANDREW J. McDoNnaLpD 
Bishop JosePH F. MAGUIRE 
Bishop THADDEUS A. SHUBSDA 
Msgr. JOHN P. FoLry 
Rev. JEREMY Harrincton, O.F.M. 
Rev. ALFreD McBripg, O.Praem. 
Rev. Jose NICKSE 
Mr. JouHN Furia, Jr. Mr. DANIEL J. KANE 
Dr. MauricE R. SHERIDAN, Exec Officio: 
Mr. Rosert L. FENTON 
Rev. JOHN GEANEY, C.S.P. 
Secretary of Communication 
Mr. Robert B. Beusse, Address: Room 1300, 1011 
First ave., New York, N. Y., 10022. ¢ (212) 644-1898 
Associate Secretary of Communication for Film and 
Broadcasting—Rev. Patrick J. SULLIVAN, S.J. Ad- 
dress: Rm 1300, 1011 First ave., New York, N.Y., 
10022. ¢ 212-644-1880. 
Media Relations Section—Mr. RicHarp H. Hirscu. 
Media Education Section—Mr. HENry W. Herx. 
Associate Secretary of Communication for 
Promotion and Training—FRrancis P. Frost, Ph.D. 
Address: 1312 Massachusetts ave., N.W., Washing- 
ton, D. C., 20005. ¢ 659-6754. 
National Catholic News Service—Mr. RicHarp W. 
Daw, Director & Editor-in-Chief 


General News Editor—Mr. THomas LorsuNG 

Business Manager—Mr. RicHarD A. BANULES 

Chief, Rome Bureau—Mr. Jerry Fitteau, Address: 
Via Dei Lucchesi 19, 00187, Rome, Italy. 


EDUCATION 
Committee on Education 
Chairman— 
Bishop Dantet E. PiLarczyK 
Members— 
Bishop JoHN S. CUMMINS 
Bishop Epwarp T. HuGHEs 
Bishop Danret W. Kucera 
Bishop THomas W. Lyons 
Bishop JAMES NIEDERGESES 
Bishop J. Francis STAFFORD 
Bishop Justin A. DRISCOLL 
Dr. GILBERT CHAVEZ 
Sr. ANN IDA GANNON 
Sr. Mary ELLEN HARMON 
Mr. NeELson N. HARPER 
Mrs. Mary REED NEWLAND 
Dr. SANDRA NOEL SMITH 
Rev. THomas J. WOERTH 
Bro. CornELiIus HusBucH (Ex-Officio) 
Sr. Mary Francis McDona .p, O.P. (Ex-Of- 
ficio) 
Rev. JoHN F. Meyers (Ex-Officio) 
Rev. WILLIAM A. WassMUTH (Ex- Officio) 
Sr. JANICE Waters (Ex-Officio) 
Secretary for Education—Rev. Msgr. WiLFrip H. Para- 
DIS 
Associate Secretary for Education—Sr. RutH McDo- 
NELL, I.H.M. 
Staff of the Office of Secretary 
Mr. CHarLes BuGGE, Special Assistant 
Rev. STEPHEN HarTDEGEN, O.F.M., U.S. Center for 
the Catholic Biblical Apostolate 
Ms. Nancy FAScELLI, Staff Assistant, U.S. Center for 
the Catholic Biblical Apostolate 
Representatives 
Adult Education, Mr. Ne1rL PARENT 
Campus Ministry and Young Adult Ministry, Rev. 
Patrick O’NEILL, O.S.A. 
Catholic Schools, Rev. Patrick J. FARRELL 
Family Life, Rev. DonALD CoNROY 
Federal Assistance Programs, Mr. RicHarD DuFFyY 
Religious Education, CCD, Rev. RopertT STAMSCH- 
ROR 
Youth Activities, Miss Marisa GUERIN 
Coordinator 
Implementation of the National Catechetical Direc- 
tory, Sr. MARIELLA Frys, M.H.S.H. 
Specialists 
Adolescent Catechesis, Mr. SrEPHEN NUNES 
Elementary and Family Centered Religious Educa- 
tion, Daniel Dolesh, Pu.D. 
Multicultural Catechesis, Sr. MARINA HERRERA 
Specialist in Youth Activities, Ms. Marcaret R. 
WILSON 3 
Editorial, Ms. ELLy MurPHy 
Productions Manager, Ms. CHARLETT BUNDY 


SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND 
WORLD PEACE 
Committee on Social Development and World Peace 
Bishop Epwarp D. Heap, Chairman 
Bishop Juan A. ARZUBE 
Bishop Epwin B. BRODERICK 
Bishop WILLIAM M. CosGROVE 
Bishop JosepH A. Durick 
Bishop JosepH A. Francis, S.V.D. 
Bishop JosepH L. Howze 
Bishop JAMEs S. RAUSCH 
Bishop Georce H. Spe.tz 
Bishop J. Francis STAFFORD 
Mr. E. CLinron BAMBERGER, JR. 
Mr. WILLIAM J. BAROODY 
Rev. Msgr. WILLIAM J. BARRY 
Mr. JoHN J. BERWALD 
Mr. Tony T. De Cuant Rev. VirGiL ELIZONDO 
Sr. MarGcaret Fiynn, D.C. 
Sr. Beverty Lacayo, S.A. 
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Donacp P. Warwick, Ph.D. 
Observers. 
Monsignor LawrRENCE J. CORCORAN 
Rev. GERALD FoLEYy 
Bro. Cyprian L. Rows, F.M.S. 
Mr. Epwarp J. SPILLANE 
Secretary for Social Development and World Peace Rev. 
Msgr. FRANcts J. LALLY 
Associate Secretary for Domestic Social Development 
Francis J. Butcer, Ph.D. 
Health and Welfare—Vacant 
Rural Issues Section—Davip M. Byers, Ph.D., Coor- 
dinator 
Urban Issues Section—Mr. RONALD T. KRIETZMEYER, 
Coordinator 
Special Domestic Social Issues Section Ms. BARBARA 
Stouz, Ph.D., Coordinator 
Associate Secretary for International Justice and Peace 
Rev. J. BRYAN HEHIR 
Adviser for Middle East Affairs Rev. J. BRYAN HEHIR 
Adviser for Political Affairs Rev. Josrpu J. NANGLE, 
O.F.M. 
Adviser for International Economic Affairs Mr. 
Henry Bropiz 
Adviser for European, East Asian and Military Af- 
fairs Mr. Epwarp W. DonHeErTy 
Adviser for African Affairs Rev. RoLtins LAMBERT 
Advisers for Latin American Affairs Mr. THomas 
QuiGc.ey Sr. PAULINE FREI, M.M. 
Coordinator for Human Rights Ms. Patricia L. REN- 
GEL 


RELATED ORGANIZATIONS 
Campaign for Human Development 
National Chairman—Archbishop Joun R. QuINN 
Executive Director—Rev. Marvin A. MortteT 
Bishops’ Committee 
Chairman—Archbishop FrANcis J. FUREY 
Members—Region 1: Bishop Timorny J. HarRINGTON; 
Region 2: Bishop Francis J. MuGavero; Region 3: 
Bishop James L. Scuap; Region 4: Bishop Josepu H. 
Hopces; Region 5: Archbishop Tuomas J. McDo- 
NOUGH; Region 6: Bishop ArtHuR H. Krawczak; 
Region 7: Bishop Jos—pH A. McNicHo as; Region 8: 
Bishop RicHarp C. HaNniFEN; Region 9: Bishop 
GerorceE Fitzsimons; Region 10: Archbishop Fran- 
cis J. Furey; Region 11: TimotuHy CarDINAL Man- 
NING; Region 12: Bishop Witt1aM S. SxyLsTab. 
National Committee 
Chairperson—Mr. ANDRES SaraBiA, San Antonio, Tex- 
as. 
Ist Vice-Chairperson—Mr. JOHN FRANKINO, Helena, 
Mont. 
2nd Vice-Chairperson—Ms. MarGarita VALDEZ, De- 
troit, Mich. 
Members—Ms. ALMA ARRENDONDO, Los Angeles, 
Calif; Most Rev. Juan A. Arzuse, Los Angeles, 
Calif.; Mr. Haron L. BalLey, St. Louis, Mo.; Rev. 
Epwarp Brancu, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Rira Can- 
NESTRA, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. RoEL Cantu, Browns- 
ville Tex.; JEAN CARDINALI, Rochester, N.Y.; Mr. 
JEROME CEILLE, Toledo; Rev. Net ConNoLLY, 
Bronx, N.Y.; Mr. Leon Cook, Minneapolis, Minn.; 
Ms. Dorotuy Corpova, Seattle, Wash.; Ms. Rosa 
Correa, Bridgeport Conn.; Rev. Paut DEHNER, 
Peru, Ind.; Mrs. Erne, DILLINGHAM, Daytono; Ms. 
MARcELLA Fores, W. Sacramento, Calif.; Mr. Joun 
FRANKINO, Helena, Mont.; Mr. PHILLip GALLEGOS, 
Pueblo, Colo.; Ms. Mary Harper, Kansas City, Mo.; 
Mr. RuBEN JIMENEZ, Salt Lake City, Utah; Mr. 
Joun Kiva, Wheeling, W. Va.; Mr. LAwRENCE Lew- 
1s, New London, Conn.; Rev. FREDERICK McGuiRE, 
C.M., Washington, D. C.; Rev. Joun McRaitu, New 
Ulm, Minn.; Mrs. DIANE MILLER, Levittown, Pa.; 
Mrs. MartHa Nasu, Waterlou, Iowa; Mr. WayNE 
NEWELL, Princeton, Me.; Ms. MAUREEN O’CoNNELL, 
Clairfield, Tenn.; Mr. JAMES QUIGLEY, Buffalo, N.Y.; 
Mrs. IRENE Ro.es, Wilmington, Del.; Mrs. Luciana 
Sr. Juuien, Lafayette, La.; Mr. ANDRES SARABIA, 
San Antonio, Tex.; Ms. Dotores SILHA, Portage, 
Wis.; Ms. Mary Smitu, Newark, N. J.; Mr. JERRY 
Spivey, Tahlequah, Okla.; Ms. MARGARITA VALDEZ, 
Detroit, Mich.; Mich.; Mrs. CATHERINE ZANDLER, 
Phoenix, Ariz. 

Catholic Relief Services-United States Catholic Confer- 
ence, Inc, is the official overseas relief and develop- 
ment agency of the American hierarchy. It was 
established in 1943 as War Relief Services-NCWC to 
administer to victims of World War II. Since then, 
it has grown to be the largest organization of its 
kind. Its programs in the year ending December 
1977 alone reached over 86 countries and were 
valued at 275. million. 

CRS-USCC is separately incorporated and is directed by 
a Board of Trustees from the United States Catholic 
Conference of Bishops. 

While, in 1977, support for the CRS-USCC program 
came from over 90 organizations in 20 countries, its 
basic source of funds is the annual collection in the 
churches which takes place in most dioceses 


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throughout the U.S. on the fourth Sunday of Lent. 
This collection, promoted in recent years under the 
name of the CRS Annual Appeal, annually re- 
plenishes the Bishops Welfare, Emergency and Re- 
lief Fund, from which the basic operational funds of 
CRS-USCC are derived. In addition, a family sacri- 
fice and almsgiving program entitled Operation 
Rice Bowl provided 3.5 million during Lent in 1978. 
25 percent of these funds stay in the local parishes 
for the hungry poor and 75 percent are provided to 
CRS for its feeding and development projects. This 
program will be repeated during 1979 in most of the 
Catholic Dioceses. 

Although primarily known because of its prompt and 
effective disaster relief efforts, a dominant part of 
the CRS-USCC program is involved in developmen- 
tal efforts. During the 1977 report year, 1,800 such 
socioeconomic developmental projects with a capi- 
tal value of 50 million were sponsored by, or con- 
ducted under the auspices of, CRS- USCC. 

CRS-USCC also conducts the annual Bishops Thanks- 
giving Clothing Collection for the needy overseas. 

CRS-USCC world headquarters are at 1011 First ave- 
nue, New York, N. Y., 10022. Most Rev. Epwin B. 
BRODERICK is Executive Director. Rev. Msgr. An- 
DREW P. LaNpI, Assistant Executive Director. 


U.S. CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ ADVISORY 
COUNCIL 

Chairperson—Mr. JosEPpH A. Monts, Chevy Chase, 
Md., Region IV 

Vice Chairperson—Mr. MarsHAL ANDREWS, Orange, 
N.J., Region III 

Secretary—Ms. Donna M. MICcHAELs, Worcester, Mass., 
Region I 

Members. 

Bishops—Bishop Juan A. ArzuBE, Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia, Region XI; Archbishop JAMes J. ByRNgE, 
Dubuque, Iowa, Region IX; Archbisop Tuomas A. 
DoNNELLAN, Atlanta, Georgia, Region IV; Bishop 
JosePH L. Howzs, Biloxi, Mississippi, Region V; 
Bishop Epmunp C. Szoxa, Gaylord, Michigan, Re- 
gion VI; Bishop Ernest L. UNTERKOEFLER, Charles- 
ton, South Carolina, Region IV. 

Diocesan Priests—Rev. JOHN O’DONNELL, Brighton, 
Massachusetts, Region I; Msgr. Joun C. McCarren, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Region III; Msgr. ANn- 
DREW Frey, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Region V; Rev. 
Davip KIEFER, Oneida, Wisconsin, Region VII; Rev. 
DENNIS Cotter, Mason City, Iowa, Region IX; Rev. 
JOSEPH OBLINGER, Helena, Montana, Region XII. 

Religious Men—Bro. Puitie DouGcuerty, C.F.X., Rich- 
mond, Va., Region IV; Rev. MatrHEw O’RourkeE, 
S.J.J., Baltimore, Md., Region IV; Rev. EMILE GEn- 
TILE, T.O.R., Washington, D. C., Region IV. 

Religious Women—Sr. Mary Kevin Forp, C.S.J., St. 
Louis, Mo., Region IX; Sr. Vivien JENNINGS, O.P., 
Caldwell, N. J., Region III; Sr. Josrra Co.pert, 
O.S.P., Jamaica Plains, Mass., Region I. 

Regional Representatives—Region I—Mr. MICHAEL 
McCormack, Caribou, Maine; Miss Donna M. MI- 
CHAELS, Worcester, Massachusetts. Region II—Mr. 
JoHN W. Crowe, Rochester, New York; Miss 
Dotores B. Grier, New York, New York. Region 
III—Mr. Joun Scuaus, Cherry Hill, New Jersey; 
Mrs. Dorotuy Jozwiak, Monessen, Pennsylvania. 
Region IV—Mr. JosrpH A. Monts, Chevy Chase, 
Maryland; Mrs. Jeri MARcAvAGE, Leesville, South 
Carolina. Region V—Dr. JoHN O.iver, Lafayette, 
Louisiana; Mrs. JoHN P. REILMAN, Jefferson Parish, 
Louisiana. Region VI—Mr. Rosert F. S1ter, Lake 
City, Michigan; Mrs. JEAN CaRMAzz1, Urban, Ohio. 
Region VII—Mr. Arruur J. BiLek, Park Ridge, II- 
linois; Mrs. MARILYN BowMAN, Greendale, Wiscon- 
sin. Region VIII—Mr. James W. Byrp, Cheyenne, 
Wyoming; Mrs. RoMELLE ZIMMERMAN, Mankato, 
Minnesota. Region IX—Mr. Tuap F. Niemira, St. 
Louis, Missouri; Mrs. WAYNE TaGLER, Iowa City, 
Iowa. Region X—Mr. W. B. GoupEau, Jr., Port Ar- 
thur, Texas; Mrs. SopHia M. Quinuts, Phoenix, 
Arizona. Region XI—Mrs. HELEN WaLsu, Altadena, 
California; Ms. Mary M. Foupy, San Francisco, 
California. Region XIJ—Vacant. 

At-Large—Mr. MARSHALL ANDREWS, Orange, N. J., Re- 
gion III; Mr. Ronatp E. Ciuss, Burnsville, Minn., 
Region VIII; Mr. Dennis Dease, St. Paul, Minn., 
Region VIII; Miss AmMy FLocKeNn, Minneapolis, 
Minn., Region VIII; Mr. Tomas Fuentes, Newport 
Beach, Calif., Region XI; Mr. RicHarp GoLos, Sun- 
nyside, Wash., Region XII; Most Rev. James R. 
HorrMaN, Sylvania, Ohio, Region VI; Mrs. Nessa B. 
JOHNSON, Richmond, Va., Region IV; Mr. PauL 
Laux, Cincinnati, Ohio, Region VI; Mrs. Mary 
AcGnes Lentz, Richmond Heights, Ohio, Region VI; 
Mrs. GLoria Mims, Syracuse, N.Y., Region II; Most 
Rev. Rosert E. Mutver, Manchester, N.H., Region 
I; Mr. JouN P. Murray, Manhattan, Kans., Region 
IX; Mr. CHarues M. PHILuips, Madison, Wis., Re- 
gion VII; Mr. Manuet Ramirez, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Region II; Mrs. ELIZABETH RONAN, Wise, Va., Re- 


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gion IV; Dr. Mercenss A. ScopettA, Key Biscayne, 
Fla., Region IV; Sr. Fericta Serati, Union City, 
Calif., Region XI; Ms. CarMEN VILLEGAS, New 
York, N.Y., Region II. 

Alternates—Bishops: Bishop BERNARD J. GANTER, Beau- 
mont, Texas, Region X; Bishop Norbert F. Gauc- 
HAN, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, Region III; 
Archbishop Puitip M. HANNAN, New Orleans, Loui- 
siana, Region IV; Bishop Leo T. Mauer, San Diego, 
California, Region XI. 

Priests and Religious Men —Rev. Puiuirp J. HESLIN, Su- 
perior, Wisconsin, Region VII; Msgr. Oscar Lip- 
scomB, Mobile, Alabama, Region V; Bro. THomas 
More Pace, C.F.X., Washington, D.C., Region IV; 
Rev. DonaLp P. Sxwor, S.D.S., Washington, D.C., 
Region IV. 

Religious Women—Sr. Mary Doo ey, S.S.J., Holyoke, 
Massachusetts, Region I; Sr. MARGARET Dow LING, 
S.C., Bronx, New York, Region II; Sr. Carta Przy- 
BILLA, WASHINGTON, D.C., Recion IV. 


CORPORATE ENTITIES 
AFFILIATED WITH THE USCC 

The American College of the Roman Catholic Church of 
the United States (North American College). Found- 
ed 1859. The College is owned and operated by the 
Bishops of the United States and is incorporated 
under the laws of the State of Maryland. Rector: 
Rev. Msgr. Haro.p P. Darcy. Address: 00120 Vati- 
can City (Europe). Chairman, Board of Governors, 
His Excellency, Most Rev. FRANK H. GreTEeMAN. Of- 
fice: P.O. Box 1530, Sioux City, Iowa, 51102. 

The Catholic Communications Foundation— (CCF) was 
established & is supported by Catholic Fraternal 
Benefit societies. Its mission is to assist the radio- 
television apostolates of the Catholic Church in the 
United States, with particular emphasis at the di- 
ocesan level. The Foundation awards financial 
grants and conducts communications training pro- 
grams. Chairman, Most Rev. ANDREW G. GRUTKA; 
President and Treasurer. Most Rev. ANTHONY G. 
Bosco; Exec. V. Pres., BERNARD J. LENGERMAN; 
Vice Pres., Frep T. Beck; Sec., Rev. Leo J. McKEn- 
zig. Bd. of Dir.: Most Rev. KENNETH J. PovisH; Most 
Rev. Epwarp A. McCartuy; Most Rev. DaNizL A. 
Cronin; Mssrs. D. THomMas MILLER; RoBERT S. 
Wats; JosEPH P. DouGHERTY; FRED F. RotrMan; 
Mrs. Mary TERRIEN. 

Conference of Diocesan Coordinators of Health Affairs 
—Membership in this Conference is by direct ap- 
pointment and authority from the Ordinary of the 
appointee and gives members an opportunity of 
maintaining mutually helpful relationships with the 
Catholic Hospital Association, with one another, 
and with all religious, professional and governmen- 
tal organizations in the health and hospital field. 

International Liaison—U. S. Catholic Coordinating Cen- 
ter for Lay Volunteer Ministries —1234 Massa- 
chusetts avenue N.W., Washington, D. C., 20005. ¢ 
202-638-4197. Engaged in promotion, recruting and 
referral of lay personnel with Church missions, in- 
terdenominational and government volunteer agen- 
cies, throughout the United States and overseas. 
The Office also aids in training, screening and place- 
ment of lay volunteers. Through its operation it also 
seeks to find and clarify mission and missionary 
activity in the light of the conciliar decrees and the 
encyclicals and the world scene as most evidenced 
by the Third World and its challenges. In 1975 the 
office began a corporation as the national Catholic 
clearing center for such service to channel prospec- 
tive lay persons to the various missions seeking 
qualified expertise in the areas of evangelization 
and developmental work. In 1977 the International 
Liaison became an affiliate of the United States 
Catholic Conference. Participating agencies: Cath- 
olic Foreign Mission Society of America (Maryk- 
noll) and a Coalition of mission sending and 
receiving societies, dioceses, agencies throughout 
the United States and overseas. The office works in 
collaboration with the NCCB Laity Secretariat, the 
Pontificial Mission Aid Societies, The Bureau of 
Catholic Indian Missions, The Catholic Church Ex- 
tension Society, Religious Communittees and vari- 
ous national and international Catholic and 
interreligious offices. The International Liaison also 
services a liaison with the U.S. Catholic Mission 
Council. The Most Rev. JosepH A. Francis, S.V.D., 
D.D., is the Episcopal Advisor. Mr. MaTrHEw R. 
PaRATORE, Executive Director and Treasurer. Sr. 
Mary ELLEN Dawson, C.S.C., Administrative As- 
sistant to the Director. 

National Association of Catholic Chaplains— The pur- 
pose of this Association is to assist religious institu- 
tional professionals to attain the realization of 
progressively higher ideals and professional compe- 
tency for ministry in specialized works. Member- 
ship includes those who minister to the sick, the 
dying, the mentally retarded, the aged, the incar- 
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to all who are a part of the faith community in 

which members serve. Basic, advanced and continu- 

ing educational programs are presented. Rev. PAUL 

J. Henry, O.S.F.S., Executive Director. Sister 

CyRILLA ZAREK, O.P., Coordinator of Education. 

Apostleship of the Sea in the United States— Official 
Catholic agency for the religious, educational and 
charitable welfare of merchant seamen. Episcopal 
Promoter and Chairman of the Episcopal Commis- 
sion: Most Rev. RENE H. Gracipa, D.D., Bishop of 
Pensacola-Tallahassee, Fl., P.O. Drawer 6068, Tal- 
lahasseee, 32301. Episcopal Commission: Most Rev. 
Mark J. Hurtey, P.O. Box 1297, Santa Rosa, CA, 
95403. National Director: Rev. James P. KEatTING, 
Res., St. Francis de Sales Church, 10201 S. Ewing 
ave., Chicago, II., 60617; Nat’l Office, 9501S. Ewing 
ave., Chicago, Il., 60617. ¢ (312) 731-3152. Official 
Publication, The Catholic Maritime News Published 
Monthly. 

National Catholic Conference for Seafarers— An as- 
sociation of priests and laity serving in the pastoral 
care of seafarers in the ports of the U.S. in affiliation 
with the Apostleship of the Sea in the United States. 
President: Rev. Rivers Patrout, Houston Interna- 
tional Seamen’s Center, P.O. Box 9541, Houston, 
Tex., 77011. 

National Catholic Cemetery Conference—Set up for 
and guided by the principle: “That burial of the dead 
is one of the Corporal Works of Mercy.” The pur- 
pose and objects of the Conference are to provide a 
forum for the discussion of all phases of Catholic 
cemetery work; promote the religious, charitable 
and educational interests of Catholic cemeteries in 
the United States and to aid Catholic cemetery offi- 
cials to understand and solve their cemetery prob- 
lems. 

This conference is an affiliate of the U.S. Catholic 
Conference; Rev. Msgr. JosepH F. REBMAN, P.O. 
Box 2030, Wilmington, Del., 19899, President; Rev. 
Nunzio J. DEFOE, 15800 32nd avenue, Surrey, Brit- 
ish Columbia, Canada V4B 4Z5, Vice Pres.; Rev. 
Josepu P. Minturn, P.O. Box 791, Westbury, N.Y., 
11590, Secretary; Mr. Henry V. Kang, Diocesan Di- 
rector, 345 N. 95th st., Milwaukee, Wis., 53201, 
Treasurer. Board Members: Rev. Epwarp F. My- 
ERS, Catholic Cemeteries, 1400 S. Wolf rd., Hillside, 
Ill., 60162; Rev. Gzorce A. Mooney, Catholic Ceme- 
teries 80-01 Metropolitan ave., Middle Village, N.Y., 
11379; Mr. JosepH A. Scurace, Jr., Mt. Elliott 
Cemetery Assn., 310 Touraine ave., Grasse Point, 
Mich., 48236; Mr. Joun M. Cavanaucu, Calvary 
Cemetery, 58 McLean blvd., Paterson, N.J., 07513. 
Most Rev. DANIEL P. Reitiy, D.D., 274 Broadway, 
P.O. Box 587, Norwich, Conn., 06360, Epis. Modera- 
tor; Mr. James R. Mutvaney, 710 N. River road, 
Des Plaines, Ill., 60016, Exec. Sec. Official publica- 
tion, THE CATHOLIC CEMETERY. 

National Catholic Committee on Scouting—A voluntary 
organization of clergy and laymen formed in 1934. 
Its members include a chaplain and lay chairmen 
from all of the dioceses in the United States Confer- 
ences. It serves as an advisory committee to the Boy 
Scouts of America. It has the responsibility of pro- 
moting and guiding cooperative contracts between 
the proper authorities of the Catholic Church in the 
United States and the Boy Scouts of America. Epis- 
copal Advisor; Most Rev. Micuaet F. McAULIFFE, 
Bishop of Jefferson City, Mo., P.O.-Box 417, 605 
Clark ave., Jefferson City, Mo., 65101; Chairman; 
Ben M. HauserMan, 5711 Grant ave., Cleveland, 
Ohio, 44105; Vice-Chairman; ALBERT V. Hartt, Apt. 
4-F, 1111 No. 1st st., Bismarck, N. Dak., 58501; Vice- 
Chairman; Henry B. Murpuy, 149 N. Warren 
street, Trenton, N. J., 08608; Vice-Chairman: J. 
Murray YuNKER, 918 Buena Vista. S. Pasadena, 
Calif., 91030; National Chaplain; Rev. JoHn M. 
Rice, 742 W. Capitol drive, Milwaukee, Wi., 53206; 
Assoc. National Chaplain; Rev. Ricuarp P. La- 
RocaquE, P.O. Box 278, Gales Ferry, Ct., 06355; Ex- 
ecutive Secretary: Joser P. KessLer, Boy Scouts of 
America, North Brunswick, N. J. ¢ 201-249-6000. 
Publications; A quarterly newsletter called, “News- 
letter,” devoted to pertinent changes in updating of 
program and other information needed by all dioce- 
san chaplains and lay chairmen. 

American Catholic Correctional Chaplains Associa- 
tion— A non-profit organization for the purposes of 
unifying and implementing the Church’s corrective 
and rehabilative efforts for the spiritual welfare of 
persons committed to the Catholic Chaplains’ care, 
and to foster a Catholic approach to the problems 
and studies of the correctional field in accord with 
the principles of Sacred Scriptures, Catholic philoso- 
phy and theology. 

Affiliated with the Social Development and World 
Peace Department, U.S. Catholic Conference, Inc., 
American Correctional Association, National Coun- 
cil on Crime and Delinquency, and Catholic Univer- 
sity of America, it was established with approval of 
the American Bishops. Officers: Episcopal Advisor, 


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Most Rev. ANDREW G. GrutKa, D.D., Bishop of 
Gary: (1979) Officers: Pres.; Rev. Lez TRIMBuR, Fed- 
eral Correctional Institution, Ashland, Ky., 41101. ¢ 
606-928-6414; Vice Pres.; Rev. Jack Heraty, 1771 
Kaneville rd., Geneva, IIl., 60134. ¢ 312-232-0124; 
Secretary; Rev. Toomas A. Gopy, O.M.I., Federal 
Correctional Institution, Anthony, N. Mex., 88021, 
¢ (915) 886-3422; Treasurer; Rev. Ktoman F. Ric- 
Gig, 1837 Virginia avenue, Hagerstown, Md., 21740, 
¢ (301) 797-9435. The Board of Directors include the 
Episcopal Advisor, Elected Officers, Regional Vice 
Presidents, and Past Presidents. Address all com- 
eevee to the President or Secretary listed 
above. 


National Association of the Holy Name Society— Ex- 


ecutive office, 516 N. Front st., Minersville, Pa., 
17954. An association of parochial and diocesan 
Holy Name Societies, established in 1970, to pro- 
mote reverence for the divine names, and for the 
sanctification of its members through spiritual and 
social action programs. Most Rev. JAMES C. TIMLIN, 
D.D., Epis. Mod.; Mr. J. Eart Knott, Jr., Pres.; Mr. 
JAMES V. Cusack, Treas.; Mr. STEPHEN ANDRUSI- 
SIAN, Exec. Sec. 


National Catholic Vocation Council—The National 


Catholic Vocation Council (NCVC) is a joint venture 
of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops 
(NCCB), the Leadership Conference of Women Reli- 
gious (LCWR), The Conference of Major Superiors 
of Men (CMSM), the National Sisters Vocation Con- 
ference (NSVC), the National Conference of Dioce- 
san Vocation Directors (NCDVD), the National 
Conference of Religious Vocation Directors of Men 
(NCRVDM), and Serra International. The NCVC ob- 
jectives are: to facilitate substantive exchange 
among national vocation organizations of men and 
women; to help members of each organization to 
become more effective vocation ministers; to bring 
about a mutual understanding— among member or- 
ganizations— productive of unified efforts toward 
appreciation of and commitment to Church voca- 
tions. The NCVC is located at 1307 S. Wabash ave., 
Chicago, Ill., 60605. ¢ (312) 663-5453. 


National Council of Catholic Laity—-NCCL is a federa- 


tion of national, diocesan and parish lay groups plus 
individual lay persons in the U.S. Serves as clearing- 
house for ideas & projects assisting laity. Has na- 
tional board. Provides information through direct 
mail and through its official newsletter, PEOPLE. 
Address: P.O. Box 14525, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45214. ¢ 
513-381-8510. President Mr. THomas M. Simmons, 
17 State st., Boston, Mass., 02109. ¢ 617-227-2218. 


National Council of Catholic Women—The NCCW is a 


federation of Catholic organization of women in the 
United States, numbering 10,000 organizations. It 
programs through its five commissions, Church 
Communities, Family, Community affairs, Interna- 
tional affairs, and Organization services. Informa- 
tion is given through its official publication, 
Catholic Woman . The program of the Council is 
furthered through leadership training institutes & 
biennial national conventions. President: Mrs. An- 
THONY P. HILLEMEIER; Miss Mary HELEN MADDEN, 
Executive Director of NCCW. 


National Council of Catholic Men—The NCCM, a feder- 


ation of Catholic organizations of men has pion- 
eered in promoting parish councils and diocesan 
renewal. Through its affiliation with the National 
Council of Catholic Laity, NCCM provides pro- 
grams of information and action, national confer- 
ences, leadership training, information services and 
a medium through which Catholic men may be 
heard nationally on matters of common interest. 
President: Mr. WILLIAM SANDWEG. 


National Federation of Catholic Physicians’ Guilds— 


850 Elm Grove rd., Elm Grove, WI, 53122. Estab- 
lished 1932. Affiliated with Bureaus of Health and 
Hospitals, U.S. Catholic Conference. The function is 
to coordinate and strengthen work of individual 
Catholic Physicians’ Guilds, the avowed objectives 
of which are the fulfillment of Catholic aims and 
ideals in medical practice. There are 98 individual 
guilds in the United States and Canada. Officers; 
President; JoserH J. Ricorra, M.D., Buffalo, N. Y.; 
Vice Pres.; EUGENE F. Diamonp, M.D., Maywood, 
Ill.; Sec.; RicHARD J. Lescog, M.D., Torrance, Calif.; 
Treas.; JoHN F. CouGHLIN, M.D., San Angelo, Tex.; 
Exec. Sec.; Mr. Ropert H. Herzoc, Milwaukee, 
Wis.; Editor of The Linacre Quarterly. Joun P. 
Muttpoty, M.D., Milwaukee, Wis.; Moderator: 
Msgr. Dino Lorenzett1, Buffalo, N. Y.; Epis. Advi- 
sor: Most Rev. NicHotas T. ELko, Dayton, Ohio. 
The elected officers and regional directors serve as 
the Board of Directors. General Assembly meets at 
annual session. 1979 Annual Meeting Sept. 26-29, 
Statler Hilton, Buffalo, N.Y. 


The National Conference of Diocesan Directors of Reli- 


gious Education-CCD.—NCDD is a voluntary or- 
ganization composed of directors, associate and 
assistant directors of religious education-CCD from 


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the dioceses of the U.S. The purposes of the Confer- 
ence are to assist directors, to encourage coopera- 
tion and communication among directors on the 
provincial, regional and national level, to enable 
them to address the religious education needs of the 
Church in the U.S. from their perspective as dioce- 
san leaders, and to foster communication with other 
national groups concerned with religious education. 
The NCDD is affiliated with the Department of Edu- 
cation at the USCC and the Executive Secretary 
serves as the Representative for Religious Educa- 
tion in the Department. Pres., Rev. WILLIAM Wass- 
MuTH, Archdiocesan CCD Director, 7003 Franklin 
rd., Boise, Idaho, 83705; Rev. Ropert P. STAMSCH- 
ror, NCDD Executive Secretary, 1312 Massa- 
chusetts ave., N.W., Washington, D. C., 20005. 


Catholic Committee for Refugees—An international 


casework agency authorized at the annual meeting 
of the American Hierarchy on November 18, 1936 
and in operation since January 4, 1937. Originally 
its function was to counsel and cooperate with Ger- 
man Catholics both here and abroad, who becaue of 
racial discrimination, conscience or politics were 
compelled to flee their homes. Its activities encom- 
passed spiritual and material assistance, vocational 
rehabilitation, reeducation and training and the 
care and placement of dependent children. Under 
the President’s Directive of December 22. 1945 the 
Committee serviced Catholic displaced persons and 
orphans; under the amended Displaced Persons Act 
of 1948, the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, the Amend- 
ed Act of September 11, 1957, and the Immigration 
and Nationality Act. emphasis was and is concen- 
trated on refugee priests an professors and overseas 
orphans to be adopted in the United States. The 
Executive Director is Mr. Joun Epwarp McCartHy 
and the office is at 1250 Broadway, New York, N. Y., 
10001. 


National Catholic Resettlement Council.—After the 


enactment by Congress of the Displaced Persons Act 
of 1948. the Bishop established this Council as an 
adjunct to Catholic Relief Services—N.C.W.C. Its 
mission was to find homes and jobs for refugees. The 
Council operates through a system of diocesan Re- 
settlement Councils. In 1965, the activities of this 
Council were transferred to the Migration and Ref- 
ugee Services—U.S.C.C. Over five hundred thou- 
sand refugees have been resettled both in the 
United States and other receiving countries since 
the formation of the Council. ‘ 

Headquarters are at 1312 Massachusetts avenue 
N.W., Washington, D.C. The Executive Director. 
Mr. Joun E. McCartuy. 


United States Catholic Mission Council, 1302 Eight- 


eenth st., N.W., Washington, D. C., 20036. ¢ 202-785- 
9450. Established on November 7, 1969, with ap- 
proval of the National Conference of Catholic Bish- 
ops. by joint efforts of the respective Mission 
Committees of the National Conference of Catholic 
Bishops. of the Conference of Major superiors of 
Men, of the Leadership Conference of Women Reli- 
gious, of the Pontifical Mission Aid Societies and 
episcopally approved assistance agencies, and of 
representatives of the U. S. Catholic lay groups di- 
rectly participating in missionary work. Purpose “to 
provide a forum and organ for the evaluation, co- 
ordinating and fostering, in the United States, of the 
worldwide missionary effort of the Catholic Church, 
as mandated by the Second Vatican Council (Ad 
Gentes, 38, and Ecclesiae Sanctae, III, 9, 11).” Incor- 
porated in the District of Columbia on June 12, 
1970. Executive office opened in Washington on 
September 1, 1970. Council consists of thirty-five 
members belonging to five seven-member constitu- 
tive Committees: Bishops, Religious Men, Religious 
Women, Mission Agencies, and Laity. President: 
His Excellency Most Rev. WiLt1aAM G. CONNARE, 
D.D., Greensburg, Pa.; Exec. Bd.; Rev: TERRENCE 
Srers, S.V.D.; Sr. Vircinta Unsworts, S.C;; Mr. 
Frep Nriexwaus; Most Rev. Epwarp T. O’MEaRa, 
D.D.; Exec. Sec.; Rev. ANTHONY BELLAGAMBA, 
I.M.C. Pass 


The Mexican American Cutural Center, 3019 West 


French pl., San Antonio, Texas, 78228. ¢ 512-732- 
2156, founded in 1972, is a pastoral institute devoted 
to ministry with the Hispanics. Its focus is on the 
evangelization of Hispanics in the United States, 
particularly through Lay leadership, and building 
bridges between North and South America. The 
United State bishops have named MACC asa center 
of liturgical research. The preparation of ministers 
and materials for the Hispanie community is accom- 
plished through the Pastoral and Leadership Insti- 
tute, the Language and Communications Institute, 
and the Publications Department. Special programs 
are conducted throughout the year: Spanish lan- 
guage, pastoral renewal in Spanish, short term pas- _ 
toral courses in English and Spanish; intensive 
theological study weeks, a seven-month language 
and theological course for seminarians, Christian 














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leadership training and others. By request, staff 
members serve dioceses through workshops and 
seminars. Officers: Archbishop RoBERTO SANCHEZ 
(Sante Fe), Chairman of the Board; Rev. Virait ELr- 
zonpo (San Antonio), President; Rev. Ricarpo 
Ramirez, C.S.B., Vice President; Mr. RuBEN AL- 
FARO, Director of Development; Mr. LEONARD AN- 
GUIANO, Assistant Director. Pastoral staff: JUAN 
AuFraro, O.S.B., S.S.L., S.T.D.; Cantos AmMEzcua, 
M.Ed.; LEoNARD ANGUIANO, M.Ed.; GrorGE Dyer, 
O.P., Ph.D. (Cand.); Vircit ELizonpo, S.T.D., Ph.D.; 
ANGELEA Erevia, M.C.D.P., M.R.E.; Dorotuy Fot- 
LIARD, O.P., Ph.D.; CARMEN AURORA GoMEZz, H.H.S., 
CLAR Specialist; Rosa Maria Icaza, C.C.V.L., 
Ph.D.; Ricarpo JIMENEz, M.Ed.; FERNANDO Larios, 
M.Ed.; JoHn Linskens, C.I.C.M., S.S.L.; Loyota 
Maestas, O.P., Ph.D.; Marta Mepina, B.A.; Ricar- 
Do Ramirez, C.S.B., M.A.; Cantos Rosas, Composer; 
Paso Siciuia (S.A.) M.A.; AuGuUSTINE WEILERT, 
A.S.C., M.S. 


ASSOCIATIONS 


American Catholic Historical Association—A member- 


ship organization, founded in 1919, to promote the 
study of church history understood in the broad 
sense and to assist American Catholics and other 
members in all fields of history. Rev. Msgr. JosEPH 
N. Moopy, Pres.: Rev. Ropert Trisco, Executive 
Secretary, The Catholic University of America, 
Washington, D.C., 20064. 


The Canon Law Society of America—A membership as- 


sociation of Bishops, Clergy, Religious and Laity for 
the purpose of promoting research and suggesting 
new structures in the area of Ecclesiastical Law. 
Rey. JoHN ALESANDRO, Rockville Centre, N.Y., 
President; Rev. Dennis J. BurNs, Boston, Mass., 
Centre, N. Y., Vice President; Rev. DoNALD FruGE, 
Houston, Tex., Secretary; Rev. Ropert C. BECKER, 
Chicago, Ill., Treasurer; Rev. Donatp E. HEINTSCH- 
EL, 1933 Spielbusch avenue, Toledo, Ohio, 43624. ¢ 
(419-255-9522) Executive Coordinator. 


Catholic Campus Ministry Association. A professional 


membership organization of Catholic campus minis- 
ters founded in 1969 for the following purposes; A) 
to provide a supportive community for its members; 
B) to be a strong and coordinated voice for the 
Church’s ministry in higher education; C) to provide 
continuing education programs for its members; D) 
to establish appropriate relationships with individu- 
als and agencies in the Church and in the field of 
higher education; E) to encourage ecumenical and 
interfaith understanding; F) to provide guidelines 
and assistance for recruiting campus ministry per- 
sonnel. Executive Director, Sr. MARGARET M. Ivers, 
I.B.V.M., 780 Student Center Building, Wayne State 
University, Detroit, Michigan, 48202. ¢ 313 577- 
3481. 


The Catholic Conference on Ethnic and Neighborhood 


Affairs. (Est. 1974.)—Association consisting of Bish- 
ops, clergy, religious, laity and ethnically oriented 
institutions established to develop in the Catholic 
Church a more acute sensitivity to the deepening 
ethnic consciousness of traditionally Catholic com- 
munities, and to foster a style of ministry that would 
enable priests to minister more effectively to those 
communities. 

Officers: Bishop JoHn L. Morkovsky, Bishop Basi 
H. Losten and Msgr. Geno Baroni, CoChairmen; 
Rev. THomas F. GarpockI, V.F.; Treasurer; Br. Ro- 
NALD D. PasQuaRIELLoO, Executive Director. 1521 
16th street, N.W., Washington, D. C., 20036. 


National Catholic Stewardship Council, Inc.— 1234 


Mass. ave., N.W., 20005. ¢ 628-0091. Rev. FraNcIs 
A. Novak, C.SS.R., Exec. Dir.; GERALDINE ScHu- 
MAN, See. This office promotes the biblical concept 
of total Christian Stewardship in the contemporary 
Church. It implements Stewardship of Time, Talent 
and Treasure in dioceses and parishes by providing 
self-help pastoral programs in adult education for 
the development of lay ministry and the spiritualiz- 
ing of church fund-raising. Following the dual prin- 
ciple of shared responsibility and accountability, it 
serves bishops, priests, religious, pastoral and par- 
ish councils, religious education directors, religious 
communities, special groups, and individuals. 


The Catholic Hospital Association—A membership or- 


ganization founded in 1915 to promote and imple- 
ment the Mission of the Association by assisting 
Catholic Church related health care organization, 
through education and advocacy, to provide optimal 
health services and programs to the people and com- 
munities they serve. Vice President in charge: Mr. 
Epwarp J. SPILLANE; Vice Presidents: Rev. KEVIN 
D. O’RourkeE, O.P.; Mr. Toomas E. CALLAHAN; Mr. 
Pau. R. DonneELLy. 1438 S. Grand blvd., St. Louis, 
Mo., 63104. ¢ 314-773-0646. Publications Hospital 
Progress. 


The Conference of Major Religious Superiors of Men’s 


Institutes of the United States, Inc.— An association 
of the major superiors of religious communities and 





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institutes for the purpose of promoting the spiritual 
and apostolic welfare of priests and brothers. Very 
Rev. ALan McCoy, O.F.M., Pres., Oakland, Calif.; 
Rev. QUENTIN HAKENEWERTH, S.M.., Vice-Pres., St. 
Louis, Mo.; Br. Cotman Coogan, F.S.C., Secy.- 
Treas., Adamstown, Md.; Br. Tomas More Pace, 
C.F.X., National Executive Secretary; Rev. DoNALD 
P. Skwor, S.D.S., Assoc. Sec.; Br. JosepH C. Hacer, 
F.M.S., Assoc.-Secy. 1302-18th street, N.W. Suite 
601, Washington, D. C., 20036. 


Leadership Conference of Women Religious in the Unit- 


ed States of America—An association of the major 
superiors of Religious Communities of Women for 
the purpose of promoting the spiritual and apostolic 
welfare of the Sisterhoods of the United States. 
President: Sr. Mary Dootey, S.S.J., Mont Marie, 
Holyoke, Mass., 02136; Vice Pres.: Sr. M. THERESA 
Kang, R.S.M., 10000 Kentsdale dr., Potomac, Md., 
20854; Sec.: Frances CUNNINGHAM, O.S.F., 3902 N. 
Ridgeway, Chicago, IIl., 60618; Treas.: Sr. Gracr 
McDona_p, F.S.P.A., Box 654 R.R. 3, Spokane, 
Washington, 99203; Office: 1302 Eighteenth st., 
N.W., Suite 701, Washington, D.C., 20036. ¢ ¢ 202- 
293-1483. Sr. Lora ANN QuINONEz, C.D.P., Acting 
Exec. Director. 


The National Association of Church Personnel Adminis- 


trators. (NACPA). The National Association of 
Church Personnel Administrators (NACPA) is a 
voluntary association of lay, religious and clergy 
Personnel Directors, Assistant Directors, and Per- 
sonnel Board Members, with an Episcopal Modera- 
tor, Most Reverend Francis P. Murpuy, who is a 
representative of the NCCB. The purpose of the As- 
sociation is to assist the church personnel adminis- 
trators to articulate and promote professional 
standards; to encourage and assist one another in 
developing professional competence; to develop and 
share methods and resources; to provide a forum for 
the discussion of common interests and issues; to 
assist in the renewal of ministry by making recom- 
mendations contributing to the development of min- 
istry. The President of NACPA is: Rev. Pup O. 
SEHER, Personnel Director of the Archdiocese of 
Cincinnati; Sr. SHeiLta McEvoy, S.N.J.M., Execu- 
tive Director. Mailing Address: 426 East Fifth st., 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202. ¢ 513-421-6015. 


The National Assembly of Religious Brothers— Nation- 


al Office: 31 St. Florian st., Buffalo, N. Y., 14207. ¢ 
716-876-2602. Officers. President; Brother RoBerT 
McCann, F.S.C.; Vice-President: Br. WILLIAM 
MUELLER, F.S.C.; Treas.; Br. Paut McMuLten, 
T.O.R., Secy.; Br. Guy Roppy, F.I.C.; Executive 
Secretary: Br. WILLIAM BILTON, C.J.M. The Nation- 
al Assembly of Religious Brothers is a membership 
organization of brothers from all orders in the U.S. 
and elsewhere. 


The National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs (1971)— 


“The great task incumbent on all men of good will 
is to restore the relations of the human family in 
truth, in justice, in love, and in freedom.” Pope 
JouN XXIII, Peace on Earth. The independent pro- 
gram of this nonprofit organization has evolved 
from the efforts initiated by the former Task Force 
on Urban Problems of the United States Catholic 
Conference. Its aims and purposes are to continue 
the expression of the Catholic Church’s concern for 
the problems facing our urban society. The Center 
disseminates information, conducts research, deve- 
lops and supports programs concerned with Ethnic 
Americans and urban society. The Center in associa- 
tion with various community and church groups 
develops workshops, conferences, and programs 
related to the quality of human life, national priori- 
ties, and the development of an urban mission 
strategy. The Center is also associated with public 
and private agencies in developing urban economic, 
social, and intercultural programs, etc. 

Officers: President, Ropert J. Cor.etta; Secy.- 
Treas., CYNTHEA FOWLE. 

Address: 1521-16th street. N.W., Washington, D. C., 
20036. ¢ (202) 232-3600. 


National Catholic Development Conference— 119 


North Park avenue. Rockville Centre, N. Y., 11570. 
¢ (516) 764-6700. An association incorporated in 
New York State in 1968. Its members include reli- 
gious orders, colleges, hospitals and other institu- 
tions engaged in raising funds to support their 
activities. The function of the NCDC is to assist its 
members in developing effective, professional, eth- 
ical methods of raising funds. 

Members of the NCDC have subscribed to a code of 
ethics called Precepts of Stewardship. 

The national office serves as a center of information, 
issues special interest bulletins, conducts an annual 
convention and regional seminars, maintains a li- 
brary, follows and reports on legislative matters, 
and maintains relations with a number of associa- 
tions and organizations in related fields. 

Publications a monthly newsletter, DIMENSIONS, and 
the monthly FUND RAISING FORUM, devoted to the 


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methodology and theology of fund raising and ste- 
wardship. 

Officers: President: Rev. James J. CLoss; Vice Presi- 
dent; Rev. DANIEL W. PartrinGe, S.J.; Secretary: 
Br. JosepH V. FINNEGAN, F.S.C.; Treasurer: Mr. 
Cuar.es Rotu; Executive Director: Mr. Grorce T. 
Houioway. 


National Catholic Educational Association—A volun- 


tary organization formed in 1904 to unite Catholic 
educators, create mutual understanding and pro- 
mote professionalism in Catholic education in the 
United States. Chairman of the Board of Directors 
is Most Rev. JosepH L. BerNarpIn, Archbishop of 
Cincinnati. Rev. Joun F. Meyers, Pres. National 
headquarters are at 1 Dupont Circle, N.W., Suite 
350, Washington, D.C., 20036. ¢ 202-293-5954. 


Retreats International, Inc. (Formerly; National Cath- 


olic Laymen’s Retreat Conference)— Created in 
1928 under the guidance of the Archbishops and 
Bishops of the United States. The national head- 
quarters for information and all phases of the re- 
treat movement in the United States. The following 
are officers of the Board of Directors Episcopal Ad- 
visor, Most Rev. ALBERT H. OTTENWELLER, Steuben- 
ville, O.; President, Henry J. BALLING, Jr., 7280 
Chestnut Ridge road, Orchard Park, N. Y., 14127; 
Vice Presidents: Col. ARTHUR S. Lawtess, 715 Wil- 
mington, Dayton, O., 45420, and Mrs. W. A. Oken- 
Fuss, 7390 Kingsbury, University City, Mo., 63130; 
Treasurer: JOHN VANDEN WyYMELENBERG, 321 S. 
Washington, Green Bay, Wis., 54301; National Mod- 
erator: Rev. FINTAN CANTWELL, O.F.M.Conv., Mt. 
St. Francis, Ind., 47146; Youth Moderator, Rev. 
JoHN AnpreE, C.SS.R., 3000 Central road, Rolling 
Meadows, IIl., 60008; Secretary: Ms. ANN WIEDER- 
KEHR, 8717 E. Monterosa, Scottsdale, Ariz, 85251; 
Executive Director: Rev. Tomas W. Gepeon, S.J. 
at the National Office: 1112 Memorial Library, 
Notre Dame, Ind., 46556. ¢ 219-283-2764. 


The Slovak Catholic Federation—Founded in 1911 by 


Rev. Joseph Murgas at WilkesBarre, Pa., as a non- 
profit corporation to promote and coordinate reli- 
gious activities among Slovak Catholic fraternal so- 
cieties, religious communities, and Slovak ethnic 
parishes in their effort to address themselves to the 
special needs of Slovak Catholics in the United 
States and Canada. Member fraternals include First 
Catholic Slovak Union, First Catholic Slovak Ladies 
Association, Slovak Catholic Sokol, Ladies Pennsy]- 
vania Slovak Catholic Union, Pennsylvania Slovak 
Catholic Union, and Fist Slovak Wreath of the Free 
Eagle. Member religious communities: St. Andrew’s 
Benedictine Abbey in Cleveland, Slovak Jesuit Fa- 
thers in Cambridge (Ont.), Franciscan Custody of 
the Most Holy Savior in Pittsburgh. Sisters of SS 
Cyril and Methodius in Danville (Pa.), Benedictine 
Sisters of Pontifical Jurisdiction in Oak Forest (IIl.), 
Sisters of St. Dominic in Oxford (Mi.), School Sisters 
of the III Order of St. Francis in Pittsburgh, Daugh- 
ters of St. Francis of Assisi in Lacon (IIl.), Vincentian 
Sisters of Charity in Bedford (Ohio), and Vincentian 
Sisters of Charity of Pittsburgh. Episcopal Modera- 
tor Most Rev. ANDREW G. GruTKa, Bishop of Gary; 
President—Rev. JosEPH V. ADAMEC. 1515 Cass.ave., 
Bay City, Mich., 48706, ¢ 517-895-5581. Secretary— 
Mr. Joun J. Mizenko, 20005 Winslow rd., Shaker 
Heights, Ohio, 44122. ¢ 216-751-6929. 


National Association of Pastoral Musicians—A national 


membership organization for the improvement of 
music within the parish, with special emphasis on 
liturgical music. Membership includes parish musi- 
cians and parish clergy simultaneously, with a 
unique interest in the practical issues facing the 
practicing musician and parish clergy. 

Publications: Pastoral Music, published six times a 
year with membership, contains feature articles, in- 
formation on liturgy and planning, and includes 
critical reviews and evaluation of the music of wor- 
ship. Pastoral Music Notebook, publishes bi-monthy 
with membership. 

Services: NPM Hotline assists musicians seeking po- 
sitions, and parishes looking for musicians. NPM 
Cassettes provides demonstration recordings of mu- 
sic contained within Official Liturgical Books. NPM 
Training Workshops and Ministry Formation Pro- 
gram. Education Tours of European Music Festi- 
vals, Liturgical Centers and Annual Convention. 

Executive Director: Rev. Virait C. Funk. National 
Office: 1029 Vermont avenue, N.W., Washington, D. 
C., 20005 ¢ 202 347-6673. 


National Catholic Rural Life Conference—A member- 


ship association of Bishops, clergy, religious and lay 
people dedicated to the well-being of rural people 
emphasizing liturgical celebration as total expres- 
sion of our relationship with God and education and 
action in Christianizing the economic, social and 
political values of society. President and Episcopal 
Advisor, Most Rev. Maurice J. DincMan, Bishop of 
Des Moines, Iowa. 

National Headquarters. Rev. GeraLp K. Fotey, Di- 


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rector, 3801 Grand avenue, Des Moines, Iowa, 
50312. ¢ 515-274-1581. 

Washington Office: 1312 Massachusetts avenue, 
N.W., Washington, D. C., 20005. ¢ 202- 659-6839. 
International Office. Rev. Msgr. Luia1 G. LicurTtt, 

Dir. for International Affairs, 
Agrimissio Palazzo San Calisto, 00120, Vati- 
can City, Europe. 

National Clergy Council on Alcoholism and Related 
Drug Problems, 3112 Seventh st., N.E., Washington, 
D.C., 20017. ¢ 202-832-3811. Services: N.C.C.A. is an 
Agency of the Church which is dedicated to the pro- 
motion of adequate treatment for all clergy and reli- 
gious, men and women, who are suffering from 
alcoholism and medication dependencies. N.C.C.A. 
also provides educational programs, especially 
through workshops, continuing education programs 
for clergy and religious men and women, seminars 
in houses of formation and seminaires, and a nation- 
al yearly convention, to reach all those engaged in 
pastoral ministry and (or) education concerning the 
problems associated with the use, misuse and abuse 
of alcoholism in our society. 

Publications: Each year N.C.C.A. publishes the Blue 
Book, the proceedings of our annual convention. It 
also has available on request an abundance of 
material on alcohol problems as they affect various 
groups of our society, e.g. religious men and women, 
the young, the family, women, etc. 

Officers: Executive Director: Rev. JAMES J. POwDER- 
Ly; Associate Director: Br. Francis J. Crotty, 
F.S.C.; Chairman of the Board of Directors: Rev. 
Josrpu S. BASEL; Treasurer: Rev. HUGH HENNEBER- 
RY, S.S.J. 

National Conference of Catholic Charities— 1346 Con- 
necticut avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C., 20036.— 
Founded in 1910 at the Catholic University of 
America by the late Most Rev. Toomas J. SHAHAN 
and Rt. Rev. Msgr. WiLu1aAM J. Kerpy in coopera- 
tion with a number of lay leaders of the Society of 
St. Vincent de Paul. 

The Conference is a center of information and guid- 
ance for charitable agencies. Counsels Diocesan 
Agencies of Catholic Charities through confidential 
bulletins, studies, regional and national meetings. 
Serves religious communities engaged in charitable 
work by defending their interests nationally and in 
the states and by working for a fuller recognition of 
their services. Serves them through national and 
regional meetings, institutes and its literature. 

The Conference works closely with the Society of St. 
Vincent de Paul and with the Association of the 
Ladies of Charity United States and the National 
Christ Child Society. The Executive Director of the 
NCCC represents North America before Caritas In- 
ternationalis, the International Conference of Cath- 
olic Charities and thus maintains contact with the 
Catholic Charities Movement throughout the 
world. 

Publications: The Conference publishes books, pam- 
phlets and studies in regard to Catholic social ser- 
vice. Its offcial membership publication, Charities 
USA is published monthly except for July & August. 
The NCCC also publishes Social Thought, a scholar- 
ly quarterly dealing with the broad areas of social 
welfare. This journal is published in cooperation 
with the National Catholic School of Social Service 

of the Catholic University of America. 

Officers. Episcopal Liaison: Most Rev. Timotuy J. 

HarRINGTON, Aux. Bp. of Worcester; President: 

Rev. Donatp F. Dunn, Denver, Colo.; Exec. Dir.; 
Rev. Msgr. LAWRENCE J. Corcoran, Washington, 
D.C. 

National Association of Diocesan Ecumenical Officers— 
The three main purposes of the organization are: 1) 
to stimulate an exchange of ideas, experiences and 
evaluations among Roman Catholic ecumenical offi- 
cers; 2) to promote programs which further the 
work of Christian unity and interreligious coopera- 
tion; 3) to cooperate with the Bishops’ Committee on 
Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs and other 
ecumenical and interreligious agencies. The mem- 
bership is open to the ecumenical officers of the 
Roman Catholic Archdioceses- dioceses and Arche- 
eparchies of the United States. President: 

Rev. ALEx J. Brunetr. 17500 Farming- 
ton road, Livonia, Mich., 48152. ¢ 313- 
425-5950. 








Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions —Rev. 
Cart A. Last, National Office, 1807 S. Wabash ave., 
Suite 222, Chicago, Ill., 60605, Administrator; Rev. 
Gorpon E. Truirr (director Baltimore Division of 
Liturgy), 320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, Md., 21201, 
Chairman. The FDLC encompasses all the Diocesan 
Liturgical Commissions or their equivalents of the 
United States. Two members from each Commission 
are representatives to the Federation. From this 
members are elected twenty-four regional represen- 
tative. From the twenty-four a Chairman, a Vice- 











Chairman, Secretary-Treasurer and two delegates- 
at-large are elected. The day to day activities are 
directed by the Administrator, who is employed by 
the Federation Board of Directors. The Bishops, sin- 
gularly or in a group, have control of the Federation 
insofar as they appoint or have elected members of 
their individual Liturgical Commissions. The Feder- 
ation serves the Bishops by giving them grass root 
input and also by serving all local commissions. The 
Federation serves the Commissions through educa- 
tion and other coordinated services requested by 
the individual Commissions or by consultation and 
voting at National Meetings. The Federation is or- 
ganized and operated exclusively for religious and 
education purposes. 


National Office for Black Catholics—1234 Massa- 


chusetts ave., N.W., Washington, D. C., 20005. ¢ 
347-4619. The National Office for Black Catholics 
was organized in July, 1970, The organization is 
composed of clerical, religious and Black Lay Cath- 
olics from throughout the United States for the pur- 
pose of strengthening Black participation in the 
Catholic Church and making more effective the ef- 
forts of the Catholic Church in the Black Communi- 


ty. 
Pax Christi U.S.A.—International Catholic Movement 


for Peace. Most Rev. Luici Betrazzi, International 
President; Mr. EriENNE DE JoNGHE, International 
Secretary. Kerkstraat 150, B-2000 Antwerp, Belgi- 
um. United States Executive Council: Mr. THomas 
CorneELL, Dr. Vincent D1 Lata; Most Rev. Car- 
ROLL Dozier; Ms. EILEEN Ecan; Dr. JosePH FAHEY; 
Most Rev. THomas GUMBLETON, President; Sr. 
Mary EveELYN JEGEN, S.N.D.; Sr. MARJORIE 
R.S.H.M., Treasurer; Ms. ANGELA O’GorMaN; Most 
Rev. WALTER SULLIVAN; Dr. GERARD VANDERHAAR, 
Chairperson; Dr. Gorpon ZAHN. United States Ad- 
dress: Pax Christi U.S.A.; Dr. GERARD VANDERHAAR, 
Christian Brothers College, Memphis, Tenn., 38104. 


Religious Formation Conference—An association of 


women and men Religious engaged in Initial and 
On-going Formation work in their Communities. 
The Conference, through its National Office and Re- 
gional Conferences, seeks to be a forum for ex- 
change and a center for communication and the 
sharing of resources. Chairperson of National 
Board: Sister CLarre Boissey, R.S.M., Burlington, 
Vt.; Vice-Chairperson; Sister MaureEN KELLY, 
S.S.L., Malibu, Calif.; Executive Director: Sister M. 
Carta PrzysitLa, O.S.F.; National Office: 1234 
Massachusetts avenue, N.W., Washington, D. C., 
20005. ¢ 202-737-1892. 


Word of God Institute—Address: 487 Michigan ave., 


N.E., Washington, D. C., 20017. ¢ (202) 529-0001. 
Episcopal Advisory Board: Most Rev. Joun R. 
Quinn; Most Rev. Juan A. ArzuBgE; Most Rev. RENE 
H. Gracipa; Most Rev. JamMes W. MALONE; Most 
Rev. Eucene A. Marino, S.S.J.; Most Rev. JoHN L. 
May; Most Rev. WiLL1aM G. ConnarE; Most Rev. 
RayMonp J. GALLAGHER; Most Rev. Francis R. 
SueEa. Staff Rev. JoHN Burke, O.P., Exec. Dir.; Mr. 
WituiaM H. GraHam, Assoc. Dir.; Mr. Ropert W. 
McCueEsNey, Jr., Secretary; Very Rev. Josepu P. 
ALLEN, O.P., Treasurer. Councilors: Mary C. GRa- 
HAM; Rev. Frep A. BUAMER; JOSEPH A. GRADY; Mar- 
co Montoya; Rev. GiLBert V. Hartke, O.P.; Rev. 

Tuomas M. Ka ira; Rev. RONALD OLSZEWSKI, 

O.S.F.S.; Rev. James Resss, O.S.F.S.; Very Rev. E. 
FERRER SMITH, O.P.; JANET WaTERS; LAWRENCE L. 
ZIEMIANSKI. 

The Institute is an unaffiliated nonprofit organiza- 
tion incorporated under the laws of the District of 
Columbia, whose purpose is to promote, support, 
conduct and assist in any way whatsoever educa- 
tional, liturgical, and remedial programs and activi- 
ties, public and private, through the use of any and 
all media, to further effective communication of the 
revealed word of God, as the primary pastoral work 
of the Church. Ongoing efforts include the dissemi- 
nation of inspirational training and discussion aids 
such as books, films, such services as Parish Renew- 
als, Biblical Preaching and-or Liturgical Confer- 
ences or Workshops, and Priests’ Retreats. 


National Organization for Continuing Education of Ro- 


man Catholic Clergy, Inc—121 N. 80th, Seattle, 
Wash., 98103. ¢ 206-783-9818. An organization of 
directors of continuing education for diocesan and 
religious priests for the purpose of promoting the 
continuing education of Roman Catholic clergy in 
the United States. President: The Reverend JAMES 
B. DUNNING. 


The National Federation of Spiritual Directors. —Our 


Lady of Lake Huron Parish, 413 S. First st., Harbor 
Beach, Mich., 48441. ¢ 517-479-4285. President: 
Rev. JoHN W. TroesTer. An association of persons 
charged with the responsibility of priestly spiritual 
formation in high school seminaries, college semi- 
naries, novitiates, theologates, and houses of forma- 
tion in the United States. 


UNDA-USA (National Association for Broadcasters and 


UNITED STATES CATHOLIC CONFERENCE 


Allied Communicators—a member of UNDA Inter- 
national Catholic Association for Radio and Televi- 
sion)—Rev. JoHn GEANEY, C.S.P., 320 Cathedral st., 
Baltimore, Md., 21201. ¢ 301-547-5379. President; 
Dr. Maury R. SHERIDAN, 1511 Third ave., Seattle, 
Wash., 98101. ¢ 206-523-8589. 1st Vice President; Sr. 
Patrick Kowa skI, O.S.M., 100 N. 62nd st., Omaha, 
Nb., 68134, 2nd Vice President; Mr. Patrick J. 
DIsaLvaToRE, Gilmour Academy, Cedar and SOM 
Center rd., Gates Mills, Ohio, 44040. ¢ 216-442-1104. 
Treasurer; Rev. JAMES J. GARDINER, S.A., Atone- 
ment Friars, Graymoor, Garrison, N.Y., 10524. ¢ 
914-424-3671, Secretary. UNDA-USA, the national 
Catholic association of broadcasters and allied com- 
municators, includes more than 300 individual and 
organizational members: diocesan directors of com- 
munications, professional broadcasters, editors of 
regional and national publications, educators, reli- 
gious community communications personnel, direc- 
tors of closed circuit educational television (ITFS) 
systems and staffs, and syndicators of national 
Catholic radio and television programs. UNDA- 
USA has on its Board of Directors representatives 
of local, regional and national Catholic communica- 
tions agencies, including the Catholic Television 
Network (9 dioceses having ITFS systems), the As- 
sociation of Catholic Television and Radio Syndica- 
tors and the U.S. Catholic Conference Division of 
Film and Broadcasting. UNDA-USA, organized in 
1972 as successor to the Catholic Broadcasters As- 
sociation (CBA), is a member of the International 
Catholic association for radio and television known 
as UNDA (the Latin word for “Wave,” symbolic of 
air waves of communication). UNDA-USA is de- 
pendent on annual individual and organizational 
membership fees for its operating expenses. Princi- 
pal activities of UNDA-USA; annual General As- 
sembly for all members, consisting of business 
sessions and program listening and viewing; annu- 
aly Gabriel Awards for excellence in broadcasting 
on local and national levels (Mr. CHALLEs J. SCHIs- 
LA, 136 W. Georgia st.,. Indianapolis, Ind., 46225. ¢ 
517-635-3877, Chairman); publication of a newslet- 
ter for members six times a year (Sr. ROSEMARY 
JerrriEs, R.S.M., 701 Lawrenceville rd., P.O. Box 
5309, Trenton, N.J., 08648. ¢ 609-882-1660. Editor). 
UNDA-USA has a national office in Washington, 
D.C. and a staff executive—Mr. JoHN L. MITCHELL, 
1201 S. Court House rd., Arlington, Va., 22204. ¢ 
703-920-1803. 


Stewardship Services, Inc—A non-profit corporation 


established to assist Catholic dioceses, congrega- 
tions, institutions, and agencies to attain and main- 
tain financial stability through responsible financial 
administration. It provides informational and edu- 
cational services and promotes cooperative pro- 
grams among Catholic organizations. Chairman, 
Most Rev. Paut M. Boy te, C.P.; President, Very 
Rev. WitL1aAM C. McINNES, S.J.; Vice President, 
Brother Ropert ConNNOLLY, S.C.; Secretary, Sister 
Frances Muocek, I.H.M.; Treasurer, Sister JOANNA 
Ittc, S.S.N.D.; Executive Director, Mr. THomas J. 
JENKINS, Jr. National offices at Suite 913, 1234 Mas- 
sachusetts ave., N.W., Washington, D. C., 20005. ¢ 
(202) 737-2664. 


Association of the Ladies of Charity of the United States 


(ALCUS).—President, Mrs. A. J. Mayer. 5339 N. 
Santa Monica blvd., Whitefish Bay, Wis., 53217. 
Episcopal Chmn., Most Rev. Trmotuy J. HARRING- 
Ton, 49 Elm st., Worcester, Mass., 01609. Spiritual 
Advisor, Rev. Msgr. LawRENCE J. Corcoran, 1346 
Connecticut ave., N.W., Washington, D.C., 20036. 
ALCUS Service Center, P.O. Box 5730, 7806 Natural 
Bridge, St. Louis, Mo., 63121. ALCUS promotes and 
strengthens unity among the 230 Associations of the 
Ladies of Charity in the U.S., whose 40,000 mem- 
bers give personal service to the needy, sick (espe- 
cially the poor sick), underprivileged, handicapped, 
elderly and also assist the clergy in pastoral care. 
They also strive for social justice. ALCUS encour- 
ages activities of the current Associations and pro- 
motes the organization of, new Associations. The 
Board of Directors is the governing body of ALCUS. 
Organizational information is provided to members 
and Bishops through its official publication “Ser- 
vicette,” published five times annually, National 
Biennial Meetings are held in conjunction with the 
National Conference of Catholic Charities with 
whom ALCUS affiliates and Regional Meetins are 
held on alternate years. They also affiliate with the 
Association of International Charities of St. Vincent 
de Paul (AIC) on whose Board. Mrs. Dow Kina. Jr., 
past President of ALCUS serves as Vice President. 
Ladies of Charity was founded in 1617 by St. Vin- 
cent de Paul and has continued in existence longer 
than any other church-oriented volunteer group of 
lay persons. They work closely with the Daughters 
of Charity. 


The Parish Evaluation Project—1307 S. Wabash ave., 


Chicago, IL, 60605. ¢ 312-427-4392. The Parish 














UNITED STATES CATHOLIC CONFERENCE 


Evaluation Project is a non-profit organization un- 
der the laws of Illinois, whose purpose is to provide 
religious and educational services to Catholic 
parishes in the United States in the areas of survey- 
ing, needs assessment, leadership skills, goal set- 
ting, evaluation techniques, and other resources 
helpful in parish planning and renewal. Rev. 
Tuomas P. SweetseEr, S.J., Director. 

Mariological Society of America—Marian Library, Uni- 
versity of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, 45469. The objects 
and purposes of this organization are to promote 
interest and research in the theology of the Virgin 


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Mary. Membership is not limited to professional 
theologians. 


National Assembly of Women Religious (NAWR)—"To 


live and communicate the meaning of woman’s life 
in the Church and the world today; to commit them- 
selves to a Ministry of Justice by the continuous use 
of their organized power for the liberation of all 
peoples from oppression; to work actively to pro- 
mote respect for all human life and to insure effec- 
tive participation of people in decisions which affect 
their lives.” These are the goals of the women mem- 
bers, the council members and the laymen and 


clergy associates of NAWR. Their challenging and 
supportive action is based on the Gospel and the 
calls to pray and work for justice. NAWR develops 
models of lifestyle and ministry; publishes books 
and periodicals; sponsors training conferences and 
workshops; and collaborates with groups address- 
ing similar issues, particularly but not exclusively, 
those of justice for women in the Church and eco- 
nomic systesm. Co-directors: Sr. MrerLeE No.Lpe, 
O.S.B.; Sr. Mary O’KeEere, O.P., 1307 South Wa- 
bash, Chicago, IL, 60605. 312-663-1980 





CATHOLIC ORGANIZATIONS WITH INDIVIDUAL IRS RULINGS 


The following Organizations requesting listing in the 
Official Catholic Directory as Catholic organiza- 
tions have represente to the United States Catholic 
Conference that they possess individual tax exemp- 
tion rulings and therefore are not included in the 
goup exemption ruling extended to the United 
States Catholic Conference despite their listing be- 
low. 


ministry, ministerial 
renewal of priests. 


priesthood and _ spiritual 


Officers: Revs. JAMES E. RatiGcan, Pres.; THOMAS PEY- 


TON, M.M., Director of Ministry for Justice and 
Peace. 


National Office: National Federation of Priests’ Coun- 


cils, 1307 South Wabash avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 
60605. ¢ 312-427-0115. 


Catholic Committee on Urban Ministry, Notre Dame, 


The National Federation of Priests’ Councils 

The federation was organized in 1968 to promote priest- 
ly brotherhood by facilitating communication 
among priests’ councils, to provide a forum for the 
discussion of pastoral matters, to enable priests’ 
councils to speak with a common, representative 
voice, to promote and collaborate in programs of 
pastoral research and action, to implement norms 
for the renewal of priestly life, and to provide means 
for nationally united priests’ councils to cooperate 
with other Church groups to address the Church’s 
needs. 

NFPC now represents 115 priests’ councils, mostly sen- 
ates but also grass-roots associations and religious 
congregations, in 45 of the 48 domestic states. 

Elected delegates of the 115 councils meet annually to 
set policy, and 28 provincial representatives plus 
one from the religious congregations meet quarter- 
ly to carry them out. Six standing committees facili- 
tate this work. A full-time staff of seven, including 
a president elected by the House of Delegates, 
works out of the Chicago office. 

Publications. The federation publishes books, pam- 
phlets and studies concerned with various aspects of 


Ind., 46556. ¢ (219) 283-3293. The Catholic Commit- 
tee on Urban Ministry (CCUM) is a national net- 
work of clergy, religious and laity, who, in urban, 
suburban and rural areas, are engaged in ministry 
for social justice. They are in parishes, religious 
communities, neighborhood groups, and inter-faith 
organizations in every diocese in the United States 
and in many places in Canada. Their work in a var- 
iety of programs of social ministry is founded on the 
belief that action for justice and participation in the 
transformation of the world are constitutive dimen- 
sions of the Gospel. Support for and cooperation 
with persons and groups laboring for justice, equal 
opportunity, and peace are key to CCUM’s pur- 
poses. CCUM holds a particular commitment to 
working for the development of an equitable nation- 
al urban policy, as well as to assuring the invest- 
ment of Church interest and resources in urban 
neighborhoods. Through national and state confer- 
ences, regional workshops, seminars, summer insti- 
tutes, training programs, and personal contact with 
others in comparable ministries, CCUM provides 
encouragement and support as well as exchange of 
ideas, development of strategies, and the sharing of 


resources. Secretariat: University of Notre Dame; 
Executive Director: Dr. HELEN VoLKOMENER, S.P.; 
Associate Director: Rev. JAMES Forp. 


National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice 


(NCCIJ). Room 850, 1029 Vermont avenue N.W., 
Washington, D. C., 20005. National Resource and 
Coordinator for Catholic Interracial Councils and 
individual members. Established (1960) to offer Pro- 
grams directed towards Racial Harmony and under- 
standing on the basis of Christian values and Social 
Justice. Joun McDermorrt, Board Chairman; Most 
Rev. Harotp Perry, D.D., Vice-Chairman: Rev. 
Msgr. ALoysius J. WELSH, S.T.D., Executive Direc- 
tor. 


Worldwide Marriage Encounter was organized in 1971 


to foster a program of Christian information to in- 
struct married couples in the means to find God’s 
plan in their lives, for their own spiritual develop- 
ment and the betterment of all humankind; and to 
develop, foster and disseminate an adult catechesis 
supporting, furthering and building upon such in- 
struction. Worldwide Marriage Encounter offers 
the marriage encounter in 150 dioceses in the Unit- 
ed States as well as in 33 foreign countries. In the 
United States 700,000 couples and 3,000 priests and 
bishops have experienced the Worldwide weekend. 
Publications: a monthky publication, The World- 
wide Family Spirit. In addition, there are 10 adult 
education programs whose focus is on the parish. 
National Executive Secretary Team is: Rev. ROBERT 
A. Uzzitio, Dr. and Mrs. RicHarp McBripg, 3711 
Long Beach Boulevard, Suite 204, Long Beach, 
Calif., 90807. ¢ 213-595-5336. 














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National Association of State Catholic Conference Directors 


Sar PU 0 eR cn nT Kc ee 


An Association of the Directors of the State Cath- 
olic Conferences, organized in 1968 to facilitate and 
encourage the exchange of information among its 
members pertaining to the activities, programs and or- 
ganization of the Conferences. A State Catholic Con- 
ference is a Church agency composed of the dioceses 
within a state to provide for the coordination of the 
public policy of the Church herself. Thus a Confer- 


ence of the Church communicates with state gov- 
ernment, non-Catholic churches and _ secular 
agencies. Bishops, priests, religious and lay persons 
are involved in the work of the State Conferences. 
The officers of the National Association are as fol- 
lows; Mr. Thomas Hokan of Florida, President; Mr. 
John Markert of Minnesota, Vice President; Rev. 
William J. Lion of Illinois, Secretary; Mr. Howard 


Fetterhoff of Pennsylvania, Treasurer. The Associa- 
tion has liaison with the United States Catholic Con- 
ference in Washington, D. C. The liaison role is car- 
ried out by the Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Leonard, 
Associate General Secretary, NCCB-USCC, 1312 
Massachusetts ave., N.W., Washington, D. C., 20005. 


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ALASKA 

Alaska Catholic Conference P.O. Box 2239, Anchorage, 

Alaska, 99510. ¢ 907-277-1628. 
419 6th st., Juneau, Alaska, 99801. ¢ 907-586-2227. 
President—Most Rev. Francis T. HURLEY 
Vice President—Most Rev. Ropert L. WHELAN, S.J. 
Treasurer—Mrs. Mary GALE SCHULZ 
Executive Director—Mr. Frank W. MatuLicH 


ARIZONA 
Arizona Catholic Conference 
400 E. Monroe st., Phoenix, Ariz., 85004. ¢ 602-257-0030. 
Chairman—Most Rev. JAMEs S. RauscH 
Treasurer—Mrs. PHYLLIS ANDERSON 
Executive Director—THomas F. ALLT 


CALIFORNIA 
California Catholic Conference 
926 J street-Suite, 1100, Sacramento, California, 95814. 
¢ 916-443-4851 
President—TIMOTHY CARDINAL MANNING 
Vice President—Archbishop JoHN R. QUINN 
Secretary-Treasurer—Bishop JOHN S. CUMMINS 
Executive Director—Msgr. JoHN A. DICKIE 
Legislative Counsel—WILL1aM R. BURKE 
Division of Education—JosrPpH MCELLIGOTT 
California Assn. of Catholic Hospitals—Executive Di- 
rector—JOHN E. CURLEY, JR. 
Division of Social Welfare—Sister SHEILA WALSH 


COLORADO 
Colorado Catholic Conference 
200 Josephine, Denver, Colo., 80206. ¢ 303-388-4411 
Executive Director—Sister Loretro ANNE MADDEN, 
S.L. 


CONNECTICUT 
Connecticut Catholic Conference 
134 Farmington avenue, Hartford, Connecticut, 06105. 
¢ 203-278-0815 
President—Most Rev. JOHN F. WHEALON 
Vice President—Bishop WALTER W. Curtis 
Secretary —Bishop DANIEL P. REILLY 
Treasurer—JOHN A. DOYLE 
Executive Director—WILLIAM J. WHOLEAN 
Coordinator—Sister Patricia J. Brewer, R.S.M. 


FLORIDA 

Florida Catholic Conference 

P.O. Box 1571, Tallahassee, Florida, 32302. ¢ 904-222- 
3803 

President—Archbishop Epwarp A. McCarTuy 

Vice Presidents—Bishop CHARLES B. McLauGHLIN; 
Bishop THoMAs J. GRADY 

Secretary—Bishop RENE H. GRACIDA 

Treasurer—Bishop PauL F. TANNER 

Executive Director—THoMas A. HORKAN 


GEORGIA 
Georgia Catholic Conference 
206 7th st., Augusta, Ga., 30902. ¢ 404-724-7672. 
Executive Director—Mr. CHEATHAM E. Honces, Jr. 


ILLINOIS 
Illinois Catholic Conference 
201 E. Ohio st., Chicago, Illinois, 60611. ¢ 312- 467-4375 
300 E. Monroe st., Springfield, Ill., 62701. ¢ 217-528- 
9200 
Chairman—JoHN CARDINAL Copy 
Vice Chairman—Bishop JosepH A. McNICHOLAS 
Secretary-Treasurer—Mrs. JANE SHALLCROSS 
Executive Director—Rev. WILLIAM J. LION 
Exec tive Secretary—Rev. JOHN J. QUINN 
Secretary for Educational Affairs—Dr. CHARLES V. 
BRADY 
Secretary for Social Concerns—Mr. Jimmy M. Laco 


INDIANA 
Indiana Catholic Conference 
Suite 315, Windridge Office Bldg., 5435 Emerson Way 
N., Indianapolis, Ind., 46226. ¢ 317-545- 3306 
General Chairman—Archbishop GeorGceE J. BIskuP 
Executive Chairman—Bishop RAYMOND J. GALLAGHER 
Executive Director—RayMOND R. Ruro 


IOWA 
Iowa Catholic Conference 
818 Insurance Exchange Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 
50309. ¢ 515-243-6256 
President—Archbishop JAMES J. BYRNE 
Secretary-Treasurer —Bishop Maurice J. DINGMAN 
Executive Director—TimoTHy McCarTHy 


KANSAS 
Kansas Catholic Conference 
702 Commercial National Bank Building, Kansas City, 
Kansas, 66101. ¢ 913-321-8066 
Chairman—Most Rev. Ianatius J. STRECKER 
Vice Chairman—Bishop Marion F. Forst 
Executive Director-—VINCENT W. DECouRSEY 
Committee Coordinator—Mrs. WILLIAM SWOOPES 


KENTUCKY 
Kentucky Catholic Conference 
Chairman —Most Rev. THomas J. McDonouau, J.C.D. 
Vice Chairman—Bishop RicHarD H. ACKERMAN, 
C.S.Sp., S.T.D. 


LOUISIANA 
Louisiana Catholic Conference 
P.O. Box 52948, New Orleans, La., 70152. ¢ 504-22-7469 
Executive Director—EMILE COMAR 
Associate Director—KirBy J. DUCOTE 


MARYLAND 
Maryland Catholic Conference 
320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, Maryland, 21201. ¢ 301- 
547-5550. 
Executive Director—Dr. Francis X. McINTyRE 


MASSACHUSETTS 
Massachusetts Catholic Conference 
60 School st., Boston, Mass., 02108. ¢ 617-523- 4860 
Chairman—Rev. MICHAEL F. GRODEN 
Executive Director—Rev. MicHAEL F,. GRODEN 
Associate Director—Mr. GERALD D. D’AvoLio 


MICHIGAN 
Michigan Catholic Conference 
505 N. Capitol avenue, P.O. Box 10157, Lansing, Michi- 
gan, 48901. ¢ 517-372-9310 
Chairman—JOHN CARDINAL DEARDEN 
President—Most Rev. Francis REH 
Vice-President—Mr. RoBERT MOONEY 
Secretary-Treasurer—Most Rev. JosepH M. BreIvTEN- 
BECK 
Executive Director—THoMas M. BERGESON 


MINNESOTA 
Minnesota Catholic Conference 
145 University avenue West, St. Paul, Minnesota, 
55103. ¢ 612-227-8777 
President—Archbishop JoHN R. RoAcH 
Vice President—Bishop Pau. F. ANDERSON 
Secretary—Bishop Victor H. BALKE 
Treasurer—Bishop JOHN F.. KINNEY 
Executive Director—JOHN F. MARKERT 
Educ. Dept. Director—LERoy BROWN 
SASW Dept. Director—REv. Donald F. Bargen, O.M.I. 


MISSOURI 
Missouri Catholic Conference 
1204 East Elm street, P.O. Box 1022, Jefferson City, 
Missouri, 65102. ¢ 314-635-7239 
General Chairman—JoHN JOSEPH CARDINAL CARBERRY 
Executive Chairman—Bishop MicHAEL MCAULIFFE 
Executive Director—Miss Peaay J. KEILHOLZ 
General Counsel —Louis C. DEFEo 
Assistant Director—Car. J. LANDWEHR 


MONTANA 
Montana Catholic Conference 
P.O. Box 1708, Helena, Montana, 59601. ¢ 406-442-5825 
Ext. 50 
President—Dr. ALLAN POPE 
Vice President —Mrs. Doris QUINN 
Treasurer—Mr. J. WALSH 
Executive Director—JOHN FRANKINO 


NEBRASKA 


Nebraska Catholic Conference 

521 South 14th street-Room 301, Lincoln, Nebraska, 
68508. ¢ 402-477-7517 

President—Most Rev. DANIEL E. SHEEHAN 

Vice President—Most Rev. GLENNON P. FLAVIN 

Secretary-Treasurer—Most Rev. LAWRENCE J. 
McNAMARA 

Executive Director—JAMES R. CUNNINGHAM 


NEW JERSEY 
New Jersey Catholic Conference 
211 N. Warren street, Trenton, New Jersey, 08618. ¢ 
609-599-2110 
Chairman—Most Rev. GrorGE W. AHR 
Vice Chairman—Bishop JOHN REIss 
Executive Director—EpWwarpb J. LEADEM 


NEW YORK 
New York State Catholic Conference 11 North Pearl 
street, Albany, New York, 12207. ¢ 518-434-6195 
Chairman—His Eminence TERENCE CARDINAL COOKE 
Secretary—Most Rev. Francis J. MUGAVERO 
Chairman—NYS Catholic Committee—Most Rev. Ep- 
WARD HEAD 
Vice-Chairman—NYS Catholic Committee — Most 
Rev. Howarp HuBBARD 
Executive Secretary—CHARLES J. TOBIN 


NORTH DAKOTA 
North Dakota Catholic Conference 107 N. 4th st., Room 
11, Bismarck, North Dakota, 58501. ¢ 701-223-2519 
President—Most Rev. Hitary B. HACKER 
Vice President—Bishop Justin A. DRISCOLL 
Secretary-Treasurer—RICHARD P. RAUSCH 
Executive Director—Mrs. MELVIN ENGELSTAD 


OHIO 

Catholic Conference of Ohio 
174 East Long street, Suite 600, Columbus, Ohio, 43215. 

¢ 614-224-7147 
President—Archbishop JosEPH L. BERNARDIN 
Vice President—Bishop JaMes W. MALONE 
Secretary-Treasurer—Bishop EpwarbD J. HERRMANN 
Executive Director—THEODORE N. STAUDT 


PENNSYLVANIA 
Pennsylvania Catholic Conference 
509 North Second street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 
17105. ¢ 717-238-9613 
Chairman—JOHN CARDINAL KROL 
President—Most Rev. JosepH T. DALEY 
Vice President—Msgr. Davip B. THOMPSON 
Secretary—Most Rev. NorBert F. GAUGHAN 
Treasurer—Msgr. ANDREW J. McGowan 
Executive Director-—Howarp J. FETTERHOFF 


TEXAS 
Texas Catholic Conference 
3001 S. Congress ave., Austin, Tex., 78704. ¢ 512-447- 
4132. 
President —Most Rev. Francis J. FUREY 
Executive Director—Rev. JouN McCartuy 
Associate Director—RicHaRD DALy, C.S.C. 
Special Programs —Rev. WILLIAM BROUSSARD 
Volunteer Programs—ARCHIE GRESS 


WASHINGTON 
Washington State Catholic Conference 
1319 2nd ave., Seattle, Wash., 98101. ¢ 206-622-2236 
President—Most Rev. RayMoND G. HUNTHAUSEN 
Executive Director—Rev. D. Harvey McINTYRE 
Legislative Coordinators—Sr. Marcaret Casey, C.S.J.; 
Sr. SHARON Park, O.P. 


WISCONSIN 
Wisconsin Catholic Conference 
1245 E. Washington ave., Madison, Wisconsin. 53703. ¢ 

608-257-0004 

Chairman—Most Rev. REMBERT G. WEAKLAND 
Vice-Chairman—Bishop Cetus F. O'DONNELL 
President—DENNIS J. PURTELL 
Vice President—Rev. ALBERT THOMAS 
Associate Director—SARAH FREIBURGER 
Executive Director—CHARLES M. PHILLIPS 





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Diocese of Albany 


Pls (Dioecesis Albanensis) 





Most Reverend 
EDWARD J. MAGINN, D.D. 


Titular Bishop of Curium; ordained June 10, 1922; ap- 
pointed June 27, 1957; consecrated Sept. 12, 1957. 
Retired July 8, 1972. Res., 900 Madison ave., Albany, N. 


Y., 12208. 





Most Reverend 


ESTABLISHED APRIL 23, 1847. 


Square Miles10,419. 


(Incorporated by a special act of the Legislature of the 
State of New York, April 12, 1941, with the title “The 
Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, New York.”) 


Comprises the entire counties of Albany, Columbia, 
Delaware, Fulton, Green, Montgomery, Otsego, Renss- 
elaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, Warren and 
Washington and that part of Herkimer and Hamilton 
counties, south of the northern line of the townships of 
Ohio and Russia, as Existing in 1872 in the State of New 


HOWARD J. HUBBARD, D.D. 


Bishop of Albany: appointed Feb. 1, 1977; ordained and 
installed, Mar. 27, 1977. Res., 465 State st., Albany, N- Y., 
12203. 


York, with a Total Population of 1,472,684. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions, 


consult the Chancery Office. 





Former Bishops—His Eminence JoHN CARDINAL 
McCtoskey, D.D., appointed Bishop of Axiere and 
Coadjutor to the Bishop of New York, Nov. 21, 1843: 
cons. March 10, 1844; transferred to Albany May 21, 
1847; promoted to New York May 6, 1864; created 
Cardinal Priest of the Holy Roman Church March 
15, 1875, under the title Sanctae Mariae supra 
Minervam; died Oct. 10, 1855.—Rt. Rev. Jonn J. 
Conroy, appointed Bishop July 7, 1865; cons. Oct. 
15, 1865; resigned Oct. 16, 1877; transferred to the 
See of Curium March 22, 1878; died Nov. 20, 1895.— 
Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis McNeirny, D.D., appointed 
Bishop of Rhesina and Coadjutor to the Bishop of 
Albany, Dec. 22, 1871; cons. April 21, 1872; appoint- 
ed Administrator of the Diocese of Albany Jan. 18, 
1874: Bishop of Albany, by right of succession, Oct. 
16, 1877; died Jan. 2, 1894.—Rt. Rev. Msgr. THomas 
M. A. Burke, D.D., preconized May 18, 1894; cons. 
July 1, 1894: died in Jan 20, 1915.—Rt. Rev. Msgr. 
Tuomas F. Cusack, D.D., cons. Titular Bishop of 
Themiscyra and Auxiliary to the Archbishop of 
New York. April 25, 1904; transferred to Albany. 
July 5, 1915; died. July 12, 1918. Most Rev. EoMuND 
F. Giszons, D.D., appointed Bishop Feb. 1, 1919: 
cons. March 25, 1919: resigned Nov. 10, 1954: Trans- 
ferred to See of Verbe; died June 19, 1964. Most 
Rev. Wit1aM A. ScuLty, D.D., appointed Coadjutor 
Bishop “cum jure successionis,” Aug. 21, 1945: cons. 
Oct. 24, 1945; succeeded to See, Nov. 10, 1954; died 
Jan 5, 1969.—Most Rev. Epwin B. Broperick, D.D., 
appointed Tit. Bishop of Tizica and Auxiliary of 
New York, March 8, 1967: cons. April 21, 1967; tran- 
slated to Albany, Mar. 19, 1969: resigned June 2, 
1976; appointed, Exec. Dir. Catholic Relief Services, 
June 3, 1976. 
Chancery Office—465 State st., Box 6297, Quail Sta- 
tion, Albany, 12206. Hours, 9:00-5:00. ¢ 518-462- 
5476. 
Vicars General: Most Rev. Epwarp J. Macinn, D.D., 
900 Madison ave., Albany, 12208. ¢ 489-5804. Rev. 
Leo P. O’BriEN, 900 Madison ave., Albany, 12208. 
Rev. Msgr. James G. Hart, 435 New Scotland ave., 
Albany, 12208. ¢ 438-7851. 
Chancellor. Rev. Ropert E. Roos, Office and Res., 465 
State street, Box 6297 Quail Station, Albany, 12206. 
¢ 462-5476. 
Vice Chancellors. Revs. MICHAEL A. FaRANO; JOHN T. 
Provost, Office and Res., 465 State st., Box 6297 
Quail Sta., Albany, 12006. ¢ 462-5476. 
Comptroller. Mr. RICHARD FARRELL, 465 State st., Box 
6297 Quail Sta., Albany 12206. ¢ 462-5476 
Pastoral Planning—Dir., Rev. Micuagt A. FarANO, Of- 
fice and Res., 465 State st. ¢ 462-5476, JosepH Pow- 
ERS, Assoc. Dir., Office: 40 N. Main ave. 
Archivists—Srs. Maria AGnes Dacey, C.S.J.; MARY 
BERCHMANS MAHONEY, R.S.M. 
Secretary to the Bishop—Rev. MICHAEL FaRANo. Res., 
465 State st., Albany, 12206. 
Diocesan Tribunal: 40 No. Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 
438-6681. Hours 9-12; 1-4 (By appointment only). 
Officials Rev. ANTHONY C. Diacetis, S.T.L. 
Vice-Officialis Rev. Nevin’ E. Hammon, 
O.F.M.Conv., S.T.L., J.C.D. 
Pro-Synodal Judges. Revs. ALMERico F. Dicerso, 
J.C.D. AntHony C. Diacetic, S.T.L., J.C.D., Rev. 


STANISLAUS J. SWIERZOWSKI, J.C.D.; Nevin Ham- 
MON, O.F.M.Conv., J.C.L.; JosepH AMaTo, J.C.L. 
Defender of the Marriage Bond: Rev. ANtHony C. 

Diacetis, J.C.D. 

Auditors. Revs. Winston L. BATH; THOMAS BERARDI; 
CHRISTOPHER DrEGiIOvINE; FRaNcis Dusois; WIL- 
LIAM G. REITTINGER; JOSEPH TABONE J.C.D. and 
THoMaS F. SACCONE. 

» Notaries. Mary CILiis; JEANNE ConNoRS; ANN 
CoyLE; ELEANOR McCoy; ANNETTE SCHRECK. 

Diocesan Consultors. Revs. C. HENRI TESSIER; EDwARD 
Guavin; Rev. Msgrs. EpwarD O’MALLEY; JAMES 
Hart; Howarp Manny; JosEPH Conway; ELMER 
DoNNELLY; Revs. LIONEL GUILLAUME; ROBERT 
BaLTCH; JOHN DECaApRIO; JOHN A. KEEFE; THOMAS 
VaIL; Ropert WILLI; JAMES Da.ey; RoBERT Roos; 
LawrENCcE McTavey; JoHN Roos; WILLIAM JIL- 
LISKY; LEO O’BRIEN; STANISLAUS SWIERZOWSKI; Ros- 
ERT BUCKLEY; JOHN BERTOLUCCT; Secretaries: Revs. 
MICHAEL FARANO; JOHN Provost. 

Deans—Albany County—City. Rev. JoHN BRADLEY, 
V.F.; Northern: Rev. LAWRENCE G. McTavey, V.F.; 
Suburban: Rev. Wituiam F. Jinusxy, V.F.; Co- 
lumbia: Vacant; Delaware. Rev. RoBERT PURCELL, 
V.F.; Fulton: Rev. Joun L. Cairns, V.F.; Greene. 
Rev. JoHn F. Ketty, V.F.; Herkimer. Rev. Perer J. 
Nasozny, V.F.; Montgomery. Rev. CuEester KLE- 
MENTOWICZ; Otsego. Rev. JOHN R. Sisz, V.F.: Renss- 
elaer County— Northern: Rev. JoHN VarRno, V.F.; 
Southern: J. JosepH DELANEY, V.F.; Saratoga: Rev. 
Epwarp Firzpatrick, V.F.; Schenectady County— 
Urban : Rev. JoHN R. DeCaprio, V.F.: Suburban 
Schenectady County. Rev. Ropert F. Wut, V.F-:: 
Schoharie. Rev. CHARLES V. BANIAK; Warren: Rev. 
GrorGE A. Puiutps, V.F.; Washington: Rev. Victor 
C. O’Brien, V.F. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 

Apostleship of Prayer—Rev. JOHN A. MINKLER, Dir., 
1620 3rd st., Rensselaer, 12144. ¢ 463-4401. 

Brady, A.N. Building: Offices of the Diocese of Albany 
40 North Main avenue, Albany, N.Y., 12203. ¢ 438- 
6681. Mrs. Mitprep Rurr, Receptionist. 

Commission on Architecture and Building— Rev. 
THOMAS PHELAN, Chairman, 5 First st, Rm 406, 
Troy, 12180. ¢ 274-5142. ANDREA MALLIN, Coordina- 
tor, Hours: 9am to 1 pm. 

Cursillos in Christianity Diocese of Albany— c/o Rev. 
GerorcE L. MatLioux, Church of St. Joan of Arc, 6 
Lyons ave., Menands, N. Y., 12204. ¢ 463-0378. 

Diocesan Development Program—Rev. JAMES M. 
Mackey, Dir., 9 Elk street, Albany, 12207. ¢ 465- 
4793. Mail address: P.O. Box 1320, Albany, 12201. 

Diocesan Office for Health and Social Services —(Cath- 
olic Charities of the Diocese of Albany, Inc., and St. 
Vincent’s Child Care Society, Inc.): 39 Philip st., Al- 
bany, N.Y., 12207. ¢ 463-4411. Secretary to the Bish- 
op for Health and Social Services and Exec. Dir. 
Sister SerENA Branson, D.C.; Financial Officers: 
Rose Martz Losgg; Community Services on Aging: 
Sister RacHEL M. RiccraRDELLI, C.S.J.; Associate 
Executive Dir.: Mrs. SARA WaLsu, M.S.W.; Materni- 
ty Community Services: Director: Sister MAUREEN 
Joyce, R.S.M. ¢ 482-8836: Director Catholic Family 
Services, Albany: Mr. MicHarL NARDOLILLO. 
A.C.S.W., 150 Hamilton st., 12207. ¢ 436-9745: Di- 


¢ Area Code 518 unless otherwise indicated 


ocesan Camping Program: Sr. PEG SULLIVAN, 
R.S.M., Dir., 39 Philip st., Albany. ¢ 463-4411: Di- 
rector, Catholic Family Services, Troy: Miss HELEN 
Dunican, A.C.S.W., 37 First st., 12180. ¢ 272-2383; 
Director, Catholic Family and Community Service, 
Saratoga County: Mr. Kevin O’Brien, A.C.S.W., 
142 Regent st., Saratoga Springs, 12866. ¢ 885-1283; 
Director, Catholic Family Services, Schenectady: 
Mr. JoHN STEELE, A.C.S.W., 1014 Union st., 12308. 
¢ 372-5667: Director, Catholic Family & Communi- 
ty Services, Amsterdam: JoHN Connors, 92 Church 
st., 12010; OURS, Inc., Catholic Charities Communi- 
ty Services for Otsego County, Director: Sister Fipg- 
Lis McDonoue, R.S.M., 52 Acacemy st., Oneonta, 
N. ¥., 18820. ¢ 607-432-0061; Director, Camp Scully: 
Mr. MicHaEL KonpratowI1cz, 39 Philip st., Albany, 
12207. ¢ 463-4411; Director, Catholic Family & 
Community Services, Rensellaer: Mr. THOMAS 
Hart, 945 Third st., 12144. ¢ 472-9597: Secretary. 
St. Vincent’s Child Care Society, Inc.: Sister SERENA 
Branson, D.C., 39 Philip st., Albany, 12207. ¢ 463- 
4411: Director, LaSalle School for Boys: Brother 
AUGUSTINE Logs, F.S.C., 391 Western ave., Albany, 
12203. ¢ 489-4731; Director, St. Catherine’s Center 
for Children: Sister Mary Patricia, D.C., Ph.D., 30 
North Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 482-3331: Direc- 
tor Masterson-St. Philip’s Child Development Cen- 
ter: Miss Mary ELLten Deacan, 50 Philip st, 
Albany, 12207. ¢ 434-8585; Columbia County Cath- 
olic Family & Community Services, P.O. Box 448, 
Valatie, N.Y., 12184 Director: Sr. Caro Riss, 
S.N.J.M. ¢ 785-7110. OURS Associates of Schoharie 
County, 41 W. Main st., Cobleskill, N.Y., 12043 Di- 
rector: Sister MARGARET TIERNEY, C.S.J. ¢ 234-4545; 
Director Seton Center: Sister Marie Burns, 45/ 
Fourth st., Troy, N.Y., 12180. ¢ 272-4963: Director 
Seton Satellite No. 1, 2245 6th ave., Troy, 12180. ¢ 
274-3779: SHARON DausNey Dir., Seton Satellite No. 
2: HARRIET JURON, 240 2nd st., Troy, 12180. ¢ 272- 
7447. Director, Satellite No. 3: Jo ANNE Houser, 82 
3rd st. Troy, 12180. ¢ 273-4233: Director, Unity 
House Troy: Miss Mary JANE SMITH. ¢ 272-2352: 
Diocesan Office for Hospitals and Health: Direct 
Calls and Mail to: 39 Philip st., Albany, 12207. ¢ 
463-4411; Representative for Hospitals & Health: 
Rev. Louis E. Doucuass, 1947 Central ave., Albany, 
12205. ¢ 456-3112: Spanish Apostolate Dir.: Rev. 
RICHARD Broperick, Albany, 150 Hamilton st., 
12207. ¢ 436-1915; Amsterdam, 60 Gram st., 12010. 
842-6383; Lawanga House, Dir.: THomas Murpny, 
115 Grand st., Albany, 12202. ¢ 465-4973: Campaign 
for Human Development: Rev. MICHAEL FARANO, 
Director, 465 State st., Albany, 12203. ¢ 462-5476; 
President, Ladies of Charity: Mrs. JAMEs P. Fur- 
LONG, 12 Milner ave., Albany, N.Y., 489-0468. 274- 
6466; Society of St. Vincent de Paul: President, Mr. 
Emmett Lyncu, 158 Lafayette st., Schenectady. ¢ 
374-8616: Spiritual Director: Rev. RicHarp J. 
Downs, 13 Rosemont st., Albany, 12203. ¢ 489-6769; 
Catholic Womens Service League: Mrs. ALBERT 
PaGANo, 148 Benson st., Albany, 12206. 


Campus Ministry—Sr. CHRISTINE PARTISANO, C.S.J., 


Diocesan Director, Newman Hall, 77 Spruce st, 
Oneonta, 13820. ¢ 432-4400. 


Cemeteries—Rev. Ropert Buck ey, Diocesan Supervi- 























ALBANY ————_—__—_—_""—_————_-. #8 


sor. (Office: St. Agnes Cemetery, Cemetery ave., Me- 
nands, Albany, N. Y., 12204. ¢ 463-0134) Res., 1620 
Third st., Rensselaer, N. Y., 12144 ¢ 463-4401. Di- 
ocesan Manager: Victor DOLLERY. 

Censores Librorum—Revs. Ropert F. Wil, S.T.L.; 
Joun R. Roos, J.C.D. 

Office of Religious Education —40 North Main ave., 
Albany, 12203. ¢ 438-6681. Diocesan Dir.: Rev. GeE- 
RARD Provost.; Reception and Audio-Visuals: Mrs. 
HeLen Harris and Mrs. Patricia Evans; Commit- 
tees and Staff Chairpersons: Adults and Home and 
Ecumenical Representative: MARY REED NEWLAND, 
Litt.D.; Catholic Schools: Sister MARGARET SICKLES, 
R.S.M.:; Parish Programs: BRENNAN Hitt, Ph.D.; 
Religious: Sister Joy Mitos, C.S.J.: Teacher Educa- 
tion and Licensing: Sister EILEEN FLANAGAN, 
C.N.D.; Youth Ministry: Dennis McDona tp; Spe- 
cial Education: Sister LinpA Evers, R.S.M. 

District Directors—District No. 1: Rev. JAMES HayYEs, 
P.O. Box 317, Cohoes, 12047. ¢ 237-6368; District No. 
11: To Be Announced: District No. 21: Rev. JOHN 
Kirwin, Holy Cross Rectory, 26 No. Main st., 
Salem, N.Y., 12865. ¢ 854-7626. District No. 22: LaE- 
TITIA RHATIGAN, 197 Sherman ave., Glens Falls, 
12801; District No. 28 Mrs. CLAUDETTE Cuppy, 21 
Wooster st., Gloversville, 12078, District No. 37. Sis- 
ter ROSEANN SAUNDERS, S.A. 41 W. Main st., Cobles- 
kill, 12043. ¢ 234-2398. 

Consultation Center of the Diocese of Albany: A non- 
profit Mental Health Center, which provides qual- 
ity professional counseling services, both psycholog- 
ical and spiritual, and educational programs in the 
area of mental health and spiritual life, to individu- 
als and groups. 

Central Office. 790 Lancaster st., Albany, 12203. ¢ 
489-4431. Director: Rev. Joun J. Mateckt, Ph.D.; 
Office Manager: Sr. Mary EtizaBeTH LaGoy, 
S.N.J.M. 

Services: Psychological Counseling for Religious and 
Clergy. 790 Lancaster st., Albany, 12203 . ¢ 489- 
4431. Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday 
thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Saturday. Pro- 
vides individual and group psychological counsel- 
ing-therapy and psychological testing to religious 
and clergy of the Roman Catholic and Episcopal 
Dioceses of Albany and the Reformed Church of 
America. 

Psychological Counseling for Laity. Main Office: 
Brady Building (1st Floor), 40 North Main ave., Al- 
bany, 12203. ¢ 438-6681 ext. 504. Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 
8:00 p.m. Monday, thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 
Saturday. Provides individual and group psycholog- 
ical counseling-therapy by religious who are trained 
therapists. 

Satellite Centers. Coxsackie, Glens Falls, Johnstown, 
Tri-Cities area. 

Spiritual Counseling. Co-Ordinator: Rev. GREGORY 
Roy, S.J. ¢ 784-9481. Provides training experiences, 
services, directed and group retreats, and spiritual 
focus groups, for religious, clergy and laity. 
Educational Programs. Co-Ordinator: Sr. ANNE Bry- 
AN SMOLLIN, C.S.J. ¢ 438-6681 x 504. Provides hu- 
manistic affective educational programs in the 
context of Christian values, e.g. lectures, workshops 
in communication skills and group process and a 
variety of training programs. 

Yound Married Program: Brady Building (Lower 
Level), 40 North Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 438- 
6681 x 536. Dir.: Mr. JosepH Garrett, M.S.W.; 
Secretary: Mrs. Mary Roman. Provides the services 
of a professional social worker for consultations to 
clergy. 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF ALBANY 

1—CATHEDRAL OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Rev. 
Msgr. John L. Jones, Rector; Rev. Timothy Harri- 
son. In res., Rev. Marcelo Blazquez (Spain). 
Res., 125 Eagle st., 12202. ¢ 463-4447. 
Cathedral Academy—Participant in the South End 
Catholic Consolidated Schools. 

2—Sr. ANN’-St. JoHN’s, Revs. Thomas Hayes, Adm.; 
John J. Feary, Pastor Emeritus. In res., Rev. James 
J. Zegers. 
Res., 95 4th ave., 12202. ¢ 449-5698. 
School—Participant in the South End Catholic Con- 
solidated Schools. 

3—BLEssED SACRAMENT—Revs. John J. Bradley: John 
J. Lysogorski. In res., Revs. Gerald D. Kampfer; 
Anthony D. Gully. 
Res., 607 Central ave., 12206. ¢ 482-3375. 
School—605 Central ave., 12206. ¢ 438-5854. Sisters 
of Mercy. Sr. Mary Coons, Prin. Sisters 6; Lay 
Teachers 8; Pupils 370. 
Convent—Colby st., at Hunter ave. ¢ 489-6676. 

4—Sr. Casrmir’s (Polish), Rev. Francis S. Drzewiecki. 
Res., 324 Sheridan ave., 12206. ¢ 463-7147. 
School—Sisters of the Resurrection. Sister Marcel- 


Council of Sisters—Sister BERNICE ANN CARROLL, 
C.S.J. Executive Sect’y.: (Mailing address: 40 North 
Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 438-7528). 

Deaf—Rev. MicHaeEt D. CLEMENTE, Office: 16 N. Col- 
lege st., Schenectady, 12305. ¢ 374-1551. 

Diocesan Directory—Rev. KENNETH J. DoyYLe, 39 Phil- 
lip st., Albany, 12207. ¢ 434-0107 

Diocesan Pastoral Council —Sister JOAN BYRNE 
S.N.J.M., Sec., 900 Madison ave., Albany 12208. ¢ 
489-5408. 

Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the Roman 
Catholic Diocese of Albany, Commission for. Office: 
40 No. Main ave., 12203. ¢ 438-6681. Chairman: 
Most Rev. Howarp J. Husparp, D.D.; Vice Chair- 
man: Wituiam A. Toomey, Jr. Mrs. THOMAS 
Hucues; Rev. Kevin Mackin, O.F.M.; Miss ADELE 
Mazzoom; Rev. CHARLES Murpuy, S.A.; Mrs. Mary 
Reep NEwLANp; Sr. CeceLiaA HoLBrook, C.S.J.; Rev. 
Tuomas PHELAN; JosepH A. Powers; Brother Ev- 
GENE ProrirKA, F.S.C.; Rev; GEORGE St. JoHN; Rev. 
CarL A. Urpan; Mrs. JoHNn J. WINKLER. Liaison 
Person: Mrs NEWLAND. 

Family Life Office: 40 N. Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 
438-6681. Coordinating Team: Rev. JoHN T. PRrov- 
ost, KEN and JERRIE ANN Gorwey; Administrative 
Secretary: Mrs. Erra West; Marriage Encounter: 
Mr. and Mrs. GENE CONNELL, ¢ 869-6953. Ministry 
to the Divorced and separated: Rev. PAUL SMITH. 
Family Enrichment Programs: Mr. and Mrs. ANDY 
Bucuan, ¢ 271-8579. Life Information Center: Mr. 
and Mrs. Ron Jongs, Co-directors; Dr. JAMES FUR- 
LONG, Medical Dir.; Mrs. Mary Roman, Secretary, 
¢ 438-6681. Marriage Preparation Programs: Mr. 
and Mrs. Denis DuRNAN, ¢ 399-8445. Engaged En- 
counter: Mr. and Mrs. JoHN LauRENC ¢ 438-6681. 
Pre Cana Conferences: Co-directors: Mr. and Mrs. 
CHARLES GREINER, ¢ 385-7982. Albany: Mr. and 
Mrs. DoNALp SmitH, 30 Fullerton st., Albany, 
12208, ¢ 462-6035. Amsterdam: Mr. and Mrs. JAMES 
SNELL, ¢ 842-3243. Cobleskill: Mr. and Mrs. Gary 
SuRMAN, ¢ 234-4264. Glens Falls: Mr. and Mrs. WIL- 
LIAM Brapy, ¢ 793-9307; and Mr. and Mrs. RoBERT 
Homkey, ¢ 793-9087. Cobleskill: Mr. & Mrs. Gary 
SurMAN ¢ 287-1541. Saratoga: Mr. and Mrs. 
CHARLES GREINER, ¢ 385-7982. Mr. & Mrs DENIS 
DuRNAN, ¢ 399-8445. Troy: Mr. and Mrs. MICHAEL 
MANGIONE, ¢ 438-6681. 

Friends of Catholic University—Rev. Msgr. JOHN G. 
Notan, Dir., 1011 First ave., New York, 10022. ¢ 
212-826-1489 

Holy Name Society —Rev. WiLL1aM W. CranpDaALt Dir., 
St. Joseph Rectory, 181 Main st., Worcester, 12197. 
¢ 397-4531. Human Life Coordinator—Rev. DANIEL 
Herutny. Res., St. Mary’s Rectory 57 E. Fulton st., 
Gloversville. ¢ 725-3197. 

Legion of Mary—Director: Rev. LAWRENCE PRICHARD. 
Christ the King Rectory, 20 Seward st., Albany, 
12203. ¢ 456-1644. 

The Liturgy Center—Rev. LAWRENCE PRICHARD, Dir., 
40 North Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 438-6681. 
Res., Christ The King Rectory, 20 Seward st., Alba- 
ny, 12203 . ¢ 489-5408, 456-1644. 

Catholic Office for Motion Pictures—Rev. ANTHONY D. 
Gut.ey, Diocesan Dir. Res., 607 Central ave., Alba- 
ny, 12205. ¢ 482-3375. 

Newspaper, “‘The Evangelist”—Diocesan Newspaper: 
39 Philip st., Albany, 12207. ¢ 434-0107 or ¢ 434- 
0212. Editor: Rev. KENNETH J. Doyte, Res., Convent 
of the Sacred Heart, Kenwood, Albany, 12202. ¢ 463- 
2090 or ¢ 465-3341. Asst. Editors: Miss HELEN M. 
FAGAN; JAMes P. BreiG; Business Mgr.: W. Jon 
Harrincton; Advertising Director: Mrs. Miprep A. 


la, C.R., Supr.; Sister Mary Alice, C.R., Prin. 
Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 4; Pupils 235. 
Convent—315 Sheridan ave. ¢ 463-5440. 

5—Sr. CATHERINE OF SIENA, Revs. John A. Keefe; Ran- 
dal] Patterson. 
Res., 40 Collins pl., 12208. ¢ 489-3204. 
School—Sister of the Holy Names of Jesus and 
Mary. Collins pl. and Hurst ave. ¢ 439-3111. Mr. 
Joseph McTighe, Prin. 
Sisters 1; Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 251. 

Gerhty RORRER (Lithuanian), Rev. Matthew Cyvas, 
J.C.D. 
Res., 50 Thornton st., 12206. ¢ 463-3585. 

7—Ho ty Cross, Revs. Richard J. Downs; J. Patrick 
Ryan. 
Res., 12 Rosemont st., 12203. ¢ 489-8197. 
School—(Western ave. between Rosemont and 
Brevator sts. ¢ 438-0066). Sisters of Mercy (634 New 
Scotland ave. ¢ 489-8341). Sister M. Patricia Houli- 
han, R.S.M., Supr. 
Sisters 5; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 300. 

8—Sr. James’, Revs. Anthony R. Sidoti; Liam Condon. 
In res., Rev. Alphonse Gleveckas. 
Res., 391 Delaware ave., 12209. ¢ 434-4028. 


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MOoney. 

Parish Realignment Committee—Rev. JosEPH ROMA- 
No, Chairman. Res., St. Lucy Church, 109 Grand st, 
Altamont, 12009. ¢ 861-8770. Mr. JoseEPH POWERS; 
Mr. JOHN CLYNE SR.; Rev. MICHAEL FaRANO; Rev. 
GEORGE ST. JOHN. 

Pastoral Health Care, Department of—Director: Sister 
SHANNON LipBEy. 43 Amelia dr., Schenectady, 
12309. ¢ 456-0426. 

Permanent Diaconate Office—40 North Main ave., Al- 
bany 12203. ¢ 438-6681. Diocesan Director: Rev. 
WIuiAM F. BourpEAU. Res., St. Joseph’s Provincial 
House, Latham, N.Y., 12110. ¢ 785-0040. 

Priests Personnel Board—40 No. Main ave., Albany, 
12203 . ¢ 438-6681. Rev. Grorce St. JoHN, Chair- 
man; Members: Rev. Msgr. James G. Hart; Revs. 
Joun A. Kreere; RoNALD A. MENTY: JAMES L. Le- 
FEBVRE, (Board of Clergy Education), Rev. JoHN F. 
O’Grapy, Chairman. (Coordinator of Priests’ Retire- 
ment Programs), Rev. CHARLES WALSH. 

Priests Pension Board—465 State st., Albany, 12203. ¢ 
462-5476. Members: Revs: Rosert E. Roos. Chair- 
man: JOSEPH E. ANSELMENT: JOHN T. PROVOST; 
Morris R. Dwyer; MICHAEL F. McGARRAHAN; RAN- 
DALL PATTERSON; THOMAS P. TOOHER; CHARLES E. 
Wa su; ANTHONY ADAMS. 

Priests’ Senate—Composed of an elected representa- 
tive from each ordination class to give through its 
counsel, effective assistance to the Bishop in his gov- 
ernment of the Diocese. Rev. WILLIAM H. Pape, 
President. 

Propagation of the Faith, Pontifical Society— Rev. 
Msgr. Epwarp O’MALLEY, 9 Elk st., Albany, Nie Yc 
12207. ¢ 434-8859. Rev. James M. Mackey. Ass’t. 

Communications Commission: Rev. WILLIAM F. JIL- 
Lisky, Chairman. Res., St. Madeleine Sophie’s Rec- 
tory, 3500 Carman road, Schenectady, 12303. ¢ 
355-0421. AuGusTINE CAWLEY; GENE COLLins; MI- 
CHAEL CorKEN; Don Decker; Rev. MICHAEL FARA- 
no; RicHarp Dowp; Rev. KENNETH J. DOYLE; 
KENNETH PARKER; JOSEPH A. POWERS. 

Religious—Rev. Epwarp R. GLavIN, J.C 1s" Vicar: 
Res., St. Mary’s Rectory, 156 E. Main st., Amster- 
dam, 12010. ¢ 842-4500. Rev. JoHN Roos, Asst. Vic- 
ar. Res., St. James Rectory, 113 Reid st., P.O. Box 
287, Ft. Plain, 13339. ¢ 993-3822. 

St. Luke’s Guild—Moderator, Rev. Msgr. Epwarp J. 
O’MaALLey; Dr. MicuaeEt Biase, 149 Van Rensselaer 
blud., Albany, 12204. 

Schools: Diocesan School Board: 40 N. Main ave., Alba- 
ny, 12203. ¢ 438-6681. President, Sr. CAROL RIEs, 
S.N.J.M., Vice-Pres.; Rev. LawRENCE G. McTAVEY. 

Diocesan School Office. 40 N. Main ave., Albany, 
12203. ¢ 438-6681. Superintendent, Mr. JEROME R. 
Poratu; Director of Administrative and Special 
Services, Sr. MARGARET SICKLES, R.S.M.; Director of 
Personnel. Sr. ANN SCHLEIGER, C.S.J.; Director of 
Business Administration, Mr. GERALD SILVER; Dis- 
trict Superintendents: Mr. JOHN F. MANNING. 

Scouting. Diocesan Chaplain: Rev. Grecory S. WEID- 
ER, Office: 80 Mansion st., Coxackie, 12051. ¢ 756- 
9292. 

Sisters Personnel Office: (for ministries other than 
teaching) 40 North Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 438- 
6681 Ext. 521. Director: Sr. JEAN Hunter, R.S.C.J. 

Spanish Speaking Apostolate see (Diocesan Office for 
Health and Social Services). 

Vocations Diocesan Director: Rev. CHARLES W. PHIL- 
Lips, Office: 40 No. Main ave., Albany, 12203. ¢ 438- 
6681. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Mission: Child’s Hospital, Hackett blvd. _ 
School—(50 Summit ave. ¢ 465-1973). Sisters of St. 
Joseph. Sister Mary Catherin Marrone, C.SJ., 
Supr. Res., 58 Summit ave. ¢ 449-7993. 
Sisters 9; Lay Teachers 11; Pupils 460. 

9—Sr. JOHN THE Baptist, Rev. Thomas J. Hayes. [CEM] 
Res., 95 Fourth ave., 12202. ¢ 449-5698. (Mailing 
Address: 37 S. Ferry st., 12202. ¢ 472-9091). 
School—Participant in the South End Catholic Con- 
solidated Schools. [CEM] 

10—Sr. Josrpn’s, Rev. J. Thomas Connery. ; 
Res., 227 Colonie st., 12210. ¢ 465-3479; 463-1894. 
Mission—Memorial Hospital. 

11—Sr. Marcaret Mary’s, Revs. John G. Tracy; 
Thomas R. Gilmartin. 
Res., 28 Tudor rd., 12203. ¢ 489-8348. 
School—Principal: John Knapp. (1168 Western 
ave.). Lay teachers 12; Pupils 268. 

12—Sr. Mary’s. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Edward L. O’Malley; 
Rev. James Lefebvre. 
Res., 10 Lodge st., 12207. ¢ 462-4254. 
Chapel—111 Washington ave. 

13—Our Lapy or ANGELS (German), Rev Conall 


McHugh, O.F.M.Conv., Pastor and Guardian; As- - 

















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sociate Pastors: Revs. Germain Williams, 
O.F.M.Conv.; Odoric Foley, O.F.M.Conv.; Bonaven- 
ture Imhoff, O.F.M.Conv. In res., Revs. Gerard M. 
Stauble, O.F.M.Conv.; John J. Dublinski, 
O.F.M.Conv. [CEM] 
Res., 183 Central ave., 12206. ¢ 463-3262. 
School—(400 Sheridan ave. ¢ 462-0691). Sisters of 
the Third Franciscan Order Minor Conventauls. Sr. 
Josephine, Supr.; Sr. M. Germaine, O.S.F. Prin. 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 375. 
Convent—145 Sherman st. ¢ 463-2660. [CEM] 
Mission—O.L. of Hope Home for Aged. 

14—Our Lapy HELP or CurisTIANs (German), Rev. Rob- 
ert J. Hohenstein. In res., Rev. Vincent Fullam. 
Res., 74 2nd ave., 12202. ¢ 463-7338. [CEM] 

15—Sr. Parrick’s, Revs. Nellis J. Tremblay; Charles 
Murphy, S.A. 
Res., 271 Central ave., 12206. ¢ 436-6585. 
School—281 Central ave., ¢ 434-6509. Sisters of 
Mercy. Sister Rita Carr, R.S.M., Prin. (276 Sherman 
st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 14; Pupils 205. 
Convent—276 Sherman st. ¢ 465-2231. 
Catechetical Center 

16—Sacrep Heart oF Jesus, Revs. John J. Rooney; 
Dennis P. Murphy. 
Res., 31 Walter st., 12204. ¢ 434-1046. 
School—543 N. Pearl st., ¢ 434-4383. Sisters of the 
Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Sister 
Mary Agnes, P.B.V.M., Prin. 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 4; Pupils 200. 
Convent—29 Walter st., ¢ 462-0506. 

17—Sr. TERESA OF Avia, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James G. Hart: 
Rev. Gary Mercure. In res., Revs. David Bentley; 
Francis O’Connor (Chap. Albany Medical Center). 
Res., 435 New Scotland ave., 12208. ¢ 438-7851. 
Mission —Albany Medical Center. 
School—(Grades 1-5) 433 New Scotland ave., ¢ 438- 
5268. Sister Marion Rafferty, R.S.M., Prin. Sisters 
of Mercy. 
Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 225. (Grades 6-8). 
8 Hollywood ave., ¢ 482-3736. Sister Marion Raffer- 
ty, R.S.M., Prin. Sisters of Mercy. 
Sisters 1; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 185. 
Convent—401 New Scotland ave., ¢ 438-3969. 

18—Sr. VINCENT DE Paut’s, Revs. Leo P. O’Brien; Rich- 
ard Fragomeni; Joseph S. Cebula. In res., Most Rev. 
Edward J. Maginn, D.D., Pastor Emeritus. 
Res., 900 Madison ave., 12208. ¢ 489-5408. 
School—633 Morris st., ¢ 482-5346. Sisters of 
Mercy. Sister Marilyn Hickey, R.S.M., Prin. 
Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 306. 


OUTSIDE THE CITY OF ALBANY 
Altamont, Albany Co., St. Lucy’s, Rev. Joseph Romano. 
Res., 109 Grand st., 12009. ¢ 861-8770. 
Summer Missions—Warner’s Lake, St. Mary’s; St. 
Bernadette, Berne. 
Amsterdam, Montgomery Co., 
1—St. Casimir’s (Lithuanian), Rev. Robert K. Baltch. In 
res., Rev. Anthony M. Grigaitis (Ret.) 
Res., 260 E. Main st., 12010. ¢ 842-5481. [CEM] 
2—St. John the Baptist (Polish), Rev. Stanislaus J. 
Swierzowski, Adm. [CEM] 
Res., 40 Van Derveer st., 12010. ¢ 842-6851. 
3—St. Joseph’s, Rev. Pascal A. Iannotti, Adm. 
Res., 1 Kimball st., 12010. ¢ 842-6711. [CEM] 
4—St. Mary’s, Very Rev. Edward R. Glavin; Rev. Don- 
ald F. Kelly. [CEM] 
Res., 156 E. Main st., 12010. ¢ 842-4500. 
School—St. Mary’s Institute, 20 Forbes st. Sisters of 
St. Joseph of Carondelet. Rev. Donald F. Kelly, 
Adm. Prin.; Sister Helen Marie, Acad. Prin. 
Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 13; Pupils 332. 
Convent—52 Grove st. ¢ 842-1751. 
5—St. Michael the Archangel (Italian), Revs. Joseph C. 
Cotugno. In res., Rev. Richard Broderick. 
Res., 58 Grove st., 12010. ¢ 842-1362. 
Catechetical Center—Franciscan Sisters of Atome- 
ment 3. Sisters: Rosita, Roberta Daniel, Bianca 
Grasso. [CEM] 
Convent—277 Market st., ¢ 843-1603. 
6—Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Italian), Rev. Joseph F. 
Girzone. 
Res., 35 St. John st., 12010. ¢ 842-8891. [CEM] 
7—St. Stanislaus’ (Polish), Revs. Walter Czechowocz, 
Adm.; Walter Madej. 
Res., 73 Reid st., 12010. ¢ 842-2771. School—42-44 
Cornell st., ¢ 842-6710. Felician Sisters. Sister Jus- 
tine Mary, C.S.S.F., Prin. 
Sisters 5; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 250. 
Convent—46 Cornell st., ¢ 842-2621. [CEM] 
Athens, Greene Co., St. Patrick’s, Revs. Richard J. 
Doyle; Bernard D. Casey (Memorial Center Wash- 
ington st., ¢ 945-9962). 

Res., 19 N. Franklin st., 12015. ¢ 945-1656. 
Averill Park, Rensselaer Co., St. Henry’s 12018. Rev. 
John H. Mealey. In res., Rev. Kenneth Tunny. 
Res., Crystal Lake rd., 12018. ¢ 674-3852. 

Chapel—West Sand Lake. 


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School—Lay Teachers 8; Pupils 125. [CEM-2] 

Ballston Lake, Saratoga Co., Our Lady of Grace, Rev. 
Ralph R. Fingar. In res., Rev. Mark Haight. 

Res., 3 Edward st., 12019. ¢ 399-5761. 

Ballston Spa, Saratoga Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. Paul J. 
Bondi; John Burns. [CEM] 

Res., 167 Milton ave., 12020. ¢ 885-7411. 
School—(185 Milton ave. ¢ 885-7300). Sisters of 
Mercy. Sister Mary Angeline, Supr. 

Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 361. 
Convent—185 Milton ave. ¢ 885-5113. 

Berlin, Rensselaer Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Edward N. 
Leroux. 

Res., Main st., 12022. ¢ 658-2780. 
Mission—Stephentown, St. Joseph’s. [CEM] 

Bolton Landing, Warren Co., Blessed Sacrament, Rev. 
Peter G. Young. 

Res., Goodman ave., P.O. Box 266, 12814. ¢ 644- 
3861. 

Broadalbin, Fulton Co., St. Joseph’s Revs. Roger Prefon- 
taine, S.S.S.; Timothy Mangan, S.S.S.; Rene Fon- 
taine, S.S.S., In res., Rev. Peter H. Smith, Pastor 
Emeritus. 

Res., 2 North st., 12025. ¢ 883-3774. 
Mission—Galway, St. Mary’s. [CEM] 

Cairo, Greene Co., Sacred Heart, Revs. John E. Ryan; 
Sean McMahon. 

Res., Mountain ave., 12413. ¢ 622-3319. 
Mission—Acra. St. Edmund’s. Alphonsus Manor 
Rest, Cairo. 

Cambridge, Washington Co., St. Patrick’s. Very Rev. 
Joseph J. Getz, O.S.A., Prior and Pastor: Rev. John 
F. Wilson, O.S.A. [CEM] 

Res., 17 S. Park st., 12816. ¢ 677-2757. 
Mission: Hedges Lake. 

Canajoharie, Montgomery Co., SS. Peter and Paul, Rev. 
Richard J. Walsh. 

Res., 100 Cliff st., 13317. ¢ 673-2719. [CEM] 
Convent—32 Walnut st., ¢ 673-2429. Franciscan Sis- 
ters of the Atonement. Sister Elizabeth, Supr. 
Catechetical Center 

Castleton-on-Hudson, Rensselaer Co., Sacred Heart, 
Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Conway; Rev. John F. Fitzpa- 
trick. [CEM] 

Res., Stimpson ave., 12033. ¢ 732-2155. 

Catskill, Greene Co., St. Patrick’s, Revs. John J. Mur- 
phy; Richard Testa. 

Res., 157 Bridge st., 12414. ¢ 943-3050. 
School—st. Patrick’s Academy. (6 Grades) (William 
st., ¢ 943-4570). Franciscan Sisters of Allegany. Sr. 
Bernadette Mary Donovan, Supr. 

Sisters 2; Lay Teachers 4; Pupils 200. 

Convent—5 Liberty st., ¢ 943-2554. 
Mission—Leeds, St. Bridget’s. 

Cementon, Greene Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Urban Maggio, 
O.F.M. 

Res., P.O. Box 67, Cementon, 12415. ¢ 914-246-2110 
or 246-9227. 

Chatham, Columbia Co., St. James, Rev. Ronald Menty, 
Ph.D. [CEM] 

Res., 129 Hudson ave., 12037. ¢ 392-4991. 

Cherry Valley, Otsego Co., St. Thomas the Apostle, Rev. 
Marcel Turcot. 

Res., 24 Maple ave., 13320. ¢ 607-264-7501. 
Mission—Springfield Center, Otsego Co. Blessed 
Sacrament. 

Chestertown, Warren Co., St. John the Baptist, 12817. 
Rev. Harold Sartoris. 

Res., Riverside dr., 12817. ¢ 494-2617. 

Clifton Park, Saratoga Co., St. Edward the Confessor 
Church, Revs. Thomas J. Boyle; Donald Mooney, 
O.F.M., Asst. 

Res., 21 Hemlock dr., 12065. 
CCD— 

Clinton Heights, Rensselaer Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. J. 
Joseph Delaney; John L. Moyna. In res., Rev. 
George St. John. 

Res., 163 Columbia Turnpike, Clinton Heights, 
Rensselaer, 12144. ¢ 449-2232. 

School—Sisters of Mercy. Sister Patricia Lynch, 
R.S.M., Supr. 

Sisters 2; Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 200. 

Cobleskill, Schoharie Co., St. Vincent de Paul’s, Rev. 
Charles P. Lockwood. 

Res., 19 Elm st., 12043. ¢ 234-2892. [CEM] 
Catechetical Center—41 W. Main st., Franciscan Sis- 
ters of the Atonement. 
Mission—Sharon Springs, 
Mary’s. 

Cohoes, Albany Co., 

1—St. Agnes—St. Patrick, Rev. Thomas M. Powers. 
Res., 48 Johnston ave., 12047. ¢ 237-6091. 
School—Participant in the Cohoes Consolidated 
Catholic Schools. 

Mission—St. Patrick’s Cohoes. 

2—St. Bernard’s, Revs. Lawrence G. McTavey; Francis 
J.Du Bois. In res., Rev. James C, Hayes; Rev. Msgr. 
John Forman. 

Res., 107 Canvass st., 12047. ¢ 237-2721. 
Convent—160 Mohawk st., Sisters of St. Joseph for 


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Parish Ministry. ¢ 237-2492. 

3—St. Joseph’s (French), Rev. Joseph S. Robitaille. 
[CEM] 

Res.,65 Congress st., 12047. ¢ 237-4241. 
School—Participant in Cohoes Consolidated Cath- 
olic Schools. 

4—Mater Misericordiae (St. Marie) (French), Rev. Leo 
F. Potvin. 

Res., 122 Vliet blvd., 12047. ¢ 237-2373. 
School—Participant in Cohoes Consolidated Cath- 
olic Schools. 

5—St. Michael’s (Polish), Rev. Richard W. Dybas. In 
res., Rev. Richard F. Jones. [CEM] 

Res., 36 Page ave., 12047. ¢ 237-5151. 

School—(20 Page ave. ¢ 237-1379). Sisters of the 
Resurrection. Sister Alexandra, C.R., Supr. 
Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 4; Pupils 203. 
Convent—20 Page ave., 12047. ¢ 237-6864. 

6—St. Rita-Sacred Heart (Italian), Revs. Mario Pacini, 
S.A.C.; John Facci, S.A.C. 

Res., 50 St. Rita lane, 12047, ¢ 237-6371. 
Mission—Sacred Heart of Jesus (French) Cohoes. 

Colonie, Albany Co., Our Lady of Mercy, Revs. Thomas 
J. Hiney; Peter Pagones. 

Res., Colonie Towers, Bldg No. 2, 420 Sand Creek 
rd., Albany, 12205. ¢ 459-3665. 

St. Clare’s, Revs. Louis E. Douglass; Peter J. Sullivan; 
Michael Schmitt. 
Res., 1947 Central ave., 12205. ¢ 456-3112. Sister 
Clare Graham, Pastoral Asst. 
CCD— 
Convent— ¢ 456-1072. 

Cooperstown, Otsego Co., St. Mary’s Revs. John R. Sise. 
In res., Rev. Robert C. Murphy, Pastor Emeritus. ¢ 
547-5297. 

Res., 31 Elm st., 13326. ¢ 607-547-2213. [CEM] 

Copake Falls, Columbia Co., St. Bridget’s, P.O. Box 60, 
12517. ¢ 329-4711. Rev. Francis McCloskey. [CEM] 

Corinth, Saratoga Co., Immaculate Conception. Rev. 
Thomas J. Meehan. [CEM] 

Res., 409 Palmer ave., 12822. ¢ 654-2113. 

Coxsackie, Greene Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Gregory Weid- 
er. [CEM] 

Res., 80 Mansion st., 12051. ¢ 756-9292. 

Crescent, Saratoga Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. William H. 
Turner; David Berberian. 86 Church Hill rd. Water- 
ford. ¢ 371-9634. 

Delanson, Schenectady Co., Our Lady of Fatima, 12053. 
¢ 895-2788. Rev. Arnold Martenisi. 

Catechetical Center—Franciscan Sisters of Mt. 
Atonement 3. 

Delhi, Delaware Co., St. Peter’s, 13753. Rev. Edward J. 
Ryan. 

Res., 8 Franklin st., 13753. ¢ 607-746-2503. 

Delmar, Albany Co., St. Thomas the Apostle, Very Rev. 
James D. Daley, V.F.; Revs. Kenneth Gregory; Rob- 
ert Powhida. 

Res., 35 Adams pl., 12054. ¢ 439-4951. 
School—(42 Adams pl. ¢ 439-5573). Sisters of Holy 
Names of Jesus and Mary. Sister Mary Frederick 
Coyne, S.N.J.M., Prin. 

Lay teachers 9; Pupils 282. Convent—360 Kenwood 
ave. ¢ 439-1285. 

Dolgeville, Herkimer Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Edmund H. 
Long. In res., Rev. Edward J. Sheedy. 

Res., 31 N. Helmer ave., 13329. ¢ 315-429-2881. 
[CEM-2] 

East Greenbush, Rensselaer Co., Holy Spirit, Revs. 
John W. Albert. 

Res., 667 Columbia Turnpike, 12061. ¢ 477-6595. 
School—(Highland dr. ¢ 477-5739). Franciscan Mis- 
sionary Sisters of Divine Motherhood. Sr. Mary 
Monica, Supr. 

Sisters 5; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 220. 
Convent—667 Columbia turnpike. ¢ 477-4989. 
Elnora, Saratoga Co., 12065. St. Edward the Confessor, 

Rev. Thomas Boyle. 
Res., 21 Hemlock dr. ¢ 371-9595. 

Fonda, Montgomery Co., St. Cecilia’s, Revs. Arnold 
Netzer, O.F.M.Conv., Supr. and Pastor; Gerald 
Reinmann, O.F.M.Conv. 

Res., 12 Broadway, 12068. ¢ 853-4195. [CEM] 
Mission—Tribes Hill, Montgomery Co., Sacred 
Heart, 12177. Box 264 Third ave., ¢ 829-7301. Rev. 
William D’Arcy, O.F.M.Conv., Adm. In res., Rev. 
Otto Vordemgentshenfelde (Germany). 

Fort Ann, Washington Co., St. Ann’s, Rev. Francis E. 
Husselbeck. 

Res., 10 George st., 12827. ¢ 639-5218. 
Catechetical Center—Mrs. Patricia Henry, Rd 2, 
Fort Ann, 12827. 

Mission—Great Meadow Prison, Comstock. 

Fort Edward, Washington Co., St. Joseph’s, 12828. Rev. 
John B. Mea. 

Res., 164 Broadway, 12828. ¢ 747-5117, 
Convent—66 Mechanic st. 

Mission—Washington County Welfare Home Ar- 
gyle. [CEM] 

Fort Plain, Montgomery Co., St. James, Rev. John R. 
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Res., 113 Reid st., P.O. Box 287, 13339. ¢ 994-1431. 

Frankfort, Herkimer Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Alfred A. 
Lamanna. 

Res., 414 Frankfort st., 13340. ¢ 315-894-2360. 
School—(201 Third ave. ¢ 894-8853). Sisters of Pre- 
sentation. Sister Mary Aidan, P.B.V.M., Prin.; Sister 
M. Martin, P.B.V.M. Supr. 

Sisters 5; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 180. 
Convent—408 Frankfort st. ¢ 894-2192. 

SS. Peter and Paul, Rev. Andrew B. Cekovsky, 
Res., 202 Second ave., 13340. ¢ 315-894-2025. [CEM] 
Mission—St. Teresa’s, Frankfort Center; Rome 
State School Annex, Frankfort. 

Germantown, Columbia Co., Resurrection. 12526. Rev. 
Joseph P. D’Agostino. [CEM] 

Res., Church ave., P.O. Box 96, 12526. ¢ 537-6136. 
Missions—Linlithgo, Nativity of Our Lord, West 
Taghkanic, Holy Cross. 

Glens Falls, Warren Co., St. Alphonsus, Revs. C. Henri 
Tessier; William Bauer. 

Res., 35 Broad st., P.O. Box 600, 12801. ¢ 792-1574. 
[CEM] 

School—(Crandall st. ¢ 792-3909). Sisters of the As- 
sumption of the B.V.M. (12 Crandall st.). Sister Rita 
St. Onge, S.A.S.V., Supr. Sister Bernadette Ledoux, 
Prin. 

Sisters 5; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 202. 

Convent—15 Crandall st. ¢ 792-4459. 

St. Mary’s, Revs. Paul Cox; John C. Falcone; William 
Gorman; Anthony Pompei, S.A.C. 

Res., 62 Warren st., 12801. ¢ 792-0989. 
School—(10-12 Church st. ¢ 792-3178). Sister of St. 
Joseph of Carondelet. Sister Miriam Elizabeth For- 
est, C.S.J., Elementary Prin. Edward C. Pratt, High 
School Prin. 

Sisters 17; Lay Teachers 25; Pupils: 

High School, Pupils K-6, 360; 7-12, 430. 
Convent—93 Maple st. ¢ 792-3183. 

Glenville, Schenectady Co., Immaculate Conception. 
Revs. R. Mansfield Starks; Edward C. Pratt. 

Res., 400 Saratoga rd., Scotia, N. Y., 12302. ¢ 399- 
9168. 

Gloversville, Fulton Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. Daniel J. Her- 
lihy. 

Res., 57 E. Fulton st., 12078. ¢ 725-3197. 
Mission—St. Barbara’s, Caroga Lake. 

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Revs. David E. Noone; 
James Rosch. 

Res., 149 S. Main st., 12078. ¢ 725-3973; ¢ 725-7909. 
School—(150 S. Main st. ¢ 725-1213). Miss Teresa 
Kovarovic, Prin. 

Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 241. 

Mission—St. Francis de Sales, Gloversville. 

Sacred Heart—Rev. Peter Jonaitis. 

Res., 189 Kingsboro ave., 12078. ¢ 725-9375. 

Granville, Washington Co., All Saints’ (Slovak and Pol- 
ish), Very Rev. Victor C. O’Brien, Adm. 

Res., 7 Morrison ave., 12832. ¢ 642-1872. 

St. Mary’s, Very Rev. Victor C. O’Brien. 

Res., 23 Buckley ave., 12832. ¢ 642-1262. 

Greenfield Center, Saratoga Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Law- 
rence J. Frank. 

Res., Greenfield Center. ¢ 893-7680. 
Mission—St. Paul’s, Rock City Falls. 

Green Island, Albany Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Edward E. 
Sipperly. 

Res., 131 George st., 12183. ¢ 273-3552. 
School—(117 George st. ¢ 274-5054). Mr. John 
Panek, Prin. 

Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 140. 

Greenville, Greene Co., St. John Baptist, Rev. John T. 

Kelly. 

Res., R.D. 2, Box 2, 12083. ¢ 966-8317. 

Missions —Edward R. Cass Rehabilitation Center, 
Rensselaerville. Crystal Lake (Summer only), As- 
sumption B.V.M., Gayhead (July and Aug.). 

Greenwich, Washington Co., St. Joseph’s, Revs. Howard 
McGraw; Albert C. Shannon, O.S.A.; Joseph L. 
Shannon, O.S.A. 

Res., 36 Bleecker st., 12834. ¢ 692-2159. [CEM] 

Guilderland, Albany Co., St. Madeleine Sophie, Revs. 
William F. Jillisky; Brian Cronin; Christopher Peck. 
In res., Rev. William Ryan. 

Res., Carman rd., Schenectady, 12303. ¢ 355-0421. 
School—(3510 Carman rd., Schenectady. ¢ 355- 
3080). Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of Our 
Lady of the Rosary of Sparkill, N. Y. Sister Mau- 
reen Foy, O.P., Prin. 

Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 237. 
Convent—3514 Carman rd., Schenectady. ¢ 355- 
8052. 

Hagaman, Montgomery Co., St. Stephen’s, Rev. Chester 
J. Klementowicz. [CEM] 

Res., 46 Pawling, 12086. ¢ 843-2951. 

Hague, Warren Co., Blessed Sacrament, 12836. ¢ 543- 
9081. Rev. Stephen T. O’Connor. In res., Rev. John 
O’Connor. 

Res., Hague rd. 
Missions—St. Teresa’s, Brant Lake (Warren Co,); 
Hulett’s Landing. St. Mary of the Assumption (Sum- 





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mer only). 

Haines Falls, Greene Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. 

Francis D. Dunbar. [CEM] 
Res., Mountain House rd., 12436. ¢ 589-5577. 
Missions—Elka Park, Greene Co., St. Francis de 
Sales; Hunter, Green Co., St. Mary of the Moun- 
tains; Lexington, Greene Co., St. Francis de Sales 
(Summer only); Tannersville, Marian Center. 

Hancock, Delaware Co., St. Paul’s, Rev. John P. Klebie. 
[CEM] 

Res., 60 W. Main st., 18783. ¢ 607-637-2571. 

Herkimer, Herkimer Co., St. Anthony’s (Italian), Rev. 
Ronald G. Matulewicz, Pastor; Rev. Gustave S. 
Purificato, Pastor Emeritus. 

Res., 228 S. Main st., 18350. ¢ 315-866-6373. 

St. Francis de Sales, Rev. Peter J. Nabozny. 
Res., 219 N. Bellinger st., 18350. ¢ 315-866-4282. 
[CEM] 
School—(220 Henry st. ¢ 866-4831). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carandolet. Sister Rosalie Kelly, C.S.J., 
Prin. 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 175. 
Convent—216 Henry st. ¢ 866-0822. 

St. Joseph’s (Polish), Rev. Robert Shinos. 
Res., 344 S. Washington st., 13350. ¢ 315-866-2892. 

Hoosick Falls, Rensselaer Co., Immaculate Conception, 
Very Rev. Francis X. Gallogly, O.S.A.; Revs. Neil J. 
McGettigan, O.S.A.; Christopher J. Drennen, 
O.S.A.; James T. Spenard, O.S.A.; William H. 
McGraw, O.S.A. In res. Rev. Laurence J. Gerrity, 
O.S.A. 

Res., 67 Main st., 12090. ¢ 686-5064. [CEM] 
School—(5 High st. ¢ 686-5771). St. Mary’s Acade- 
my.—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carandolet. Sister 
Regina Marie, C.S.J., Prin. 

Sisters 5; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils: 

High School, (Parsons ave. and High st. ¢ 686-9561). 
Rev. James T. Spenard, O.S.A., Prin. Pupils 113; 
Elementary, Pupils 216. 

Convent—11 Parsons ave. ¢ 686-5143. 

Hudson, Columbia Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. Francis J. 
Gilchrist; Jeremiah Nunan. In res., Rev. Edward F. 
Cantwell. 

Res., 429 E. Allen st., 12534. ¢ 828-1334. 
School—(301 Allen st. ¢ 828-0843). Sisters of St. Jo- 
seph of Carandelet. Sister James Michael, C.SJ., 
Prin. (431 E. Allen st). 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 230. 
Chapel—N.Y.S. Training School for Girls. 

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. Rev. Bartholemew DeSi- 
mone, O.F.M. 
Res., 206 Union st., 12534. ¢ 828-7138. 

Our Lady of Perpetual Help-Sacred Heart, (Polish), 
Rev. Paul Pulcher. 
Res., 75 N. Second st., 12534. ¢ 828-3638. 

Hudson Falls (Sandy Hill), Washington Co., Immaculate 
Heart of Mary, Revs. James A. McManus; Bernard 
Turner. 

Res., 11 Wall st., 12839. ¢ 747-4823. [CEM] 
St. Paul’s (French), Rev. Leo L. Marcil. 
Res., 18 River st., 12839. ¢ 747-4320. [CEM] 

Ilion, Herkimer Co., Annunciation, Revs. Gregory J. 
Mulhall; Terrence Healy. [CEM] 

Res., 109 West st., 18357. ¢ 315-894-3766. 
School—(60 West st. ¢894-9866). Sisters of Mercy. 
Sr. Sharon Boyd, R.S.M., Prin. 

Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 165. 
Convent—61 West st. ¢ 894-3373. 

Johnsonville, Rensselaer Co., St. Monica’s, Rev. Marc L. 
Touchette. 

Res., R.D. 2, Box 275, 12094. ¢ 753-4003. 
Mission—Buskirk, Rensselaer Co., St. Bridget’s. 

Johnstown, Fulton Co., St. Anthony’s (Slovak), Rev. 

John L. Cairns, V.F. [CEM] 
Res., 4 Nicholas st., 12095. ¢ 762-8176. 
Immaculate Conception (Italian), Rev. Joseph F. Di- 
Maggio. 
Res., 1 Warren st., 12095. ¢ 762-3272. 
St. Patrick’s, Rev. Joseph Barker. 
Res., 205 Glebe st., 12095. ¢ 762-8775. [CEM] 

Lake George, Warren Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. George A. 
Phillips. 

Res., 50 Mohigan st., 12845. ¢ 668-2046. 
Mission—Cleverdale, O.L. of the Assumption. 
Lake Luzerne, Warren Co., Holy Infancy, Rev. William 

J. Kelleher. 
Res., 2247 Lake ave., Rt. 9 N., Box 86, 12846. ¢ 
696-2625. 

Latham, Albany Co., Our Lady of the Assumption, Rev. 
John J. Hardiman. 

Res., 498 Watervliet-Shaker rd., 12110. ¢ 785-0234. 

St. Ambrose’s, Revs. William Walsh; John Califano. In 
res., Rev. Charles G. Phillips. 
Res., 347 Old Loudon rd., 12110. ¢ 785-9090. 
School—(347 Old Loudon rd. ¢ 785-6453). 
Sisters of Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. 
Res., St. Colman’s Watervliet. Sister Mary Louise, 
P.B.V.M., Supr. 
Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 4; Pupils 290. 

Little Falls, Herkimer Co., St. Joseph’s (Italian), Revs. 


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John P. Bertolucci; Peter McCormick. 
Res., 590 E. John st., 18365. ¢ 315-823-3294. 

St. Mary’s, Revs. Robert W. Taylor; Peter Russo. 
Res., 763 S. Main st., 13365. ¢ 315-823-3410. 
School—(639 E. John st. ¢ 823-3531). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carondelet. Sister Genevieve Joseph, 
C.S.J., Directress. 

Sisters 1; Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 225. 
Convent—637 E. John st. ¢ 832-2940 [CEM] 

Sacred Heart (Polish), Rev. James A. Steuer. 

Res., 43 Furnace st., 13365. ¢ 315-823-0364. 

Loudonville, Albany Co., St. Pius X, Revs. Thomas Sac- 
cone; Thomas C. Brown. 

Res., 2 Fairview rd., 12211. ¢ 462-1336; Office: ¢ 
462-1141. 

School—(Upper Loudon rd. ¢ 465-4539). Sisters of 
St. Joseph. Sr. Cecilia Tobin, C.S.J., Prin. 

Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 17; Pupils 550. 
Convent—Upper Loudon rd. ¢ 449-5297. 

St. Francis de Sales New Church (1972) 1 Maria dr., 
12211. ¢ 459-6635. 

Margaretville, Delaware Co., Sacred Heart, 12455. ¢ 
914-586-2665. Rev. Robert H. Purcell. 

Res., Academy st. 
Missions—St. Ann’s Andes; Our Lady of Good Coun- 
sel, Roxbury. 

Mechanicville, Saratoga Co., Assumption and St. Paul 
(Italian), Revs. William Sofranko, O.S.A.; Anthony 
M. Genovese, O.S.A.; Francis Campbell, O.S.A.; Vin- 
cent F. Hagan, O.S.A. 

Res., 122 W. Main st., 12118. ¢ 664-3105. 
C.C._D—2 Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement. Sis- 
ter Mary Longtin, S.A., Supr. 68 William st. Pupils 
798 

School—St. Paul’s-Assumption—(30 William st. ¢ 
664-4934). Sisters of St. Joseph of Carandelet. Sister 
John Joseph, Adm. 

Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 8; Pupils 260. 

Convent—22 Greenwood ave. ¢ 664-4053. 
Menands, Albany Co., Church of St. Joan of Arc, Rev. 
George L. Mailloux. In res., Rev. John Burns. 

Res., 6 Lyon ave., 12204. ¢ 463-0378. 

Middleburg, Schoharie Co., St. Catherine’s, Rev. Paul 
Engel. 

Res., Box 311, Wells ave., 12122. ¢ 827-5132. 

Middle Granville, Washington Co., Our Lady of Mount 
Carmel, 12849. Very Rev. Victor C. O’Brien, Ad- 
ministrator. [CEM] 

Res., 23 Bulkley ave., Granville, 12832. ¢ 642-1262. 

Mohawk, Herkimer Co., Blessed Sacrament, Rev. An- 
thony C. Adams. 

Res., 54 E.Main st., 138407. ¢ 315-866-1752. 

Morris, Otsego Co., Holy Cross, Rey. Carl V. Stone, 
S.M.M., Adm. 

Res., 26 W. Main st., 13808. ¢ 607-263-5143. 
Mission—Edmeston, Nativity of B.V.M. 

Nassau, Rensselaer Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. Neil Murphy, 
O.F.M.Conv.; Hiliary Miketinac, O.F.M.Conv. 
Res., 26 Church st., 12133. ¢ 766-2701. [CEM] 
Mission—Malden Bridge. 

New Lebanon, Columbia Co., Immaculate Conception, 
12125. Rev. Joseph Halloran. [CEM] 

Res., U. S. Route 20. ¢ 795-1651. 

Newport, Herkimer Co., St. John the Baptist, 13416. 
Rev. John J. Wojtyna. 

Res., Main st., Box 227. ¢ 845-8017. 
Mission—Middleville, Herkimer Co., N. Y., St. 
Mary’s. Herkimer County Home for Aged, Middle- 
ville Convalescent Home. [CEM] 

North Creek, Warren Co., St. James’, 12853. Rev. Alfred 
J. Ashline. [CEM] 

Res., Main st. ¢ 998-2518. 
Missions—Wevertown: St. Charles Borromeo; Pot- 
tersville: St. Plus X. 

Northville, Fulton Co., St. Francis of Assisi, Revs. Bar- 
tholemew Gaske, O.F.M.Conv.; Joseph Kuchanski, 
O.F.M.Conv. } 

Res., 501 Bridge st., 12134. ¢ 925-5225. 

Oneonta, Otsego Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. John F. Waldron; 
Joseph Szarek; James Donlon. [CEM] 

Res., 39 Walnut st., 13820. ¢ 607-432-3920. 
School—(38 Walnut st. ¢ 432-1450). Sister Robert 
Ann Jones, S.S.J., Supr. 

Sister 1; Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 200. 

Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate (2) Religious 
Education; Sister of St. Joseph— Pastoral and Cam- 
pus Ministry 3; Sister of the Holy Union—Youth 
Ministry 1. 

Convent—25 Elm st., ¢ 433-2200. 
Missions—Davenport (Delaware Co.), Little Flower. 

Palenville, Greene Co., Sacred Heart, 12463. ¢ 678-9937. 
Rev. Ignatius Rossi, O.F.M. 

Philmont, Columbia Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Lawrence 
M. Connaughton. 

Res., 141 Main st., 12565. ¢ 672-2511. [CEM] 
Mission—Pine Haven Home. 

Pittstown, St. George’s, Rev. John F. Riley. 

Res., Factory Hollow rd., P.O. Valley Falls, Box 123, 
R.D. 2, 12185. ¢ 663-8378. 
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Regis. 
Station—(Summer)—Babcock Lake. 

Queensbury, Warren Co., O.L. of the Annunciation, 
Revs. John F. French; Thomas Kelly. 
Res., 80 Aviation rd., Glens Falls, N.Y., 12801. ¢ 
793-9677. 
Catechetical Center— 

Ravena, Albany Co., St. Patrick’s, Rev. Harold Colburn; 
Santino Titta. 
Res., 21 Main st., 12143. ¢ 756-8534. [CEM] 
Mission—East Durham, St. Mary’s. 

Rensselaer, Rensselaer Co., St. Johns, Revs. Paul P, Tar- 
taglia; Donald Czelusniak. 
Res., 50 Herrick st., 12144. ¢ 465-2209. [CEM] 
School—St. John’s Academy, (Herrick st: ¢ 465- 
5444) —Sister Andre Becker, R.S.M., Prin. Sister of 
Mercy. 
Sisters 5; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 203. 
Convent—20 Lawrence st. ¢ 465-1514. Sister Mary 
Anastasia, Supr. Sisters in residence 30. 

St. Joseph’s, Revs. Robert L. Buckley; John A. Min- 

kler. 
Res., 1620 Third st., 12144. ¢ 463-4401. 
School—(1641 Third st. ¢ 465-1151)—Sisters of 
Mercy. Sr. Kathleen Pritty, R.S.M., Supr. 
Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 240. 

Richfield Springs, Otsego Co., St. Joseph’s. Rev. Richard 
W. Hickey. [CEM] 
Res., 35 Canadarago st., 138439. ¢ 315-858-1682. 

Rotterdam, Schenectady Co., St. Gabriel the Archangel, 
Revs. Thomas J. Vail; Thomas Krupa. 
Res., 3040 Hamburg st., 12303. Schenectady: ¢ 355- 
4193. 

Rotterdam Junction, Schenectady Co., St. Margaret of 
Cortona, Rev. Denis J. Brennan. 
Res., 2 Putnam st., Box 907, 12150. ¢ 887-5288. 
Mission—Mariaville, St. Mary of the Lake (July- 
Labor Day). 

St. Johnsville, Montgomery Co., St. Patrick’s, Rev. Wil- 
liam J. Schoofs. 
Res., 30 Center st., 13452. ¢ 568-7418. v 

Salem, Washington Co., Holy Cross, Rev. James F. 
Pritchard. In res., Rev. John Kirwin. [CEM] 
Res., 26 N. Main st., 12865. ¢ 854-7626. 
Mission—St. William, Abbot, Cossayuna Lake. 
Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Co., St. Clement’s, Very 
Rev. Henry Kane, C.SS.R.; Revs. Joseph A. Fien, 
C.SS.R.; Alfred Sieradski, C.SS.R.; Michael G. Berg- 
mann, C.SS.R.; Leo Henighan, C.SS.R.; Edward J. 
Dunn, C.SS.R.; George Rich, C.SS.R.; Robert P. 
Coughlin, C.SS.R.; 
Res., Lake ave., P.O. Box 436, 12866. ¢ 584-6122. 
Mission—Sanatorium, Mt. McGregor; Gansevoort, 
St. Theresa’s. 
School—(Lake ave. ¢ 584-7350). Sisters of Notre 
Dame, Sr. Anne McCarthy, S.S.N.D., Supr. 
Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 174. 
Convent—Lake ave. ¢ 584-1376. 
Chapel—Sanitarium at Mt. MacGregor (State Vet- 
erans). 

St. Peter’s, Very Rev. Edward J. Fitzpatrick, V.F.; 

Revs. William H. Pape; Thomas Berardi. 
Res., 241 S. Broadway, 12866. ¢ 584-2375 and ¢ 
855-9050. 
School—(Hamilton st. ¢ 584-6030). Sisters of St. Jo- 
seph. Sr. Helen Michael, C.S.J., Prin. 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 8; Pupils 208. 
Convent —The Lawns, 24 Circular st. ¢ 584-6113. 

Schaghticoke, Rensselaer Co., St. John the Baptist, Rev. 
Eugene A. Del Conte, O.S.A.; Very Rev. Alfred J. 
Monte, O.S.A., Prior. 
Res., Main st., 12154. ¢ 753-4554. [CEM] 
Mission—Valley Falls, Rensselaer Co., Our Lady of 
Good Counsel. 

Schenectady, Schenectady Co., 

1—St. Adalbert’s (Polish), Revs. Carl A. Urban; John S. 
Kostek. 
Res., 596 Lansing st., 12303. ¢ 346-4204. [CEM] 
School—(Lansing and Yorkston st. ¢ 372-8372). Sis- 
Sy of the Resurrection. Sister M. Eulogia, C.R., 

n. 

Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 163. 
Convent—575 Lansing st. ¢ 346-0088. 

2—St. Anthony’s (Italian), Revs. Anthony R. DeFranco; 
Anthony Motta. 
Res., 331 Seward pl., 12305. ¢ 374-8484. 
Mission—St. Michael’s Chapel. 
School—(1840 Van Vranken ave. ¢ 372-5961). 
Venerini Sisters. Sister Elisa Brasili, M.P.V., Prin. 
Sisters 2; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 167. 
Convent —1838 Van Vranken ave. ¢ 372-5961. 
[CEM] 

3—Sacred Heart-St. Columba’s, Rev. George C. Gagnon. 
In res., Rev. Almerico DiCerbo; Charles August- 
gniak. 
Res., 1 Chestnut st., Schenectady, N. Y., 12307. Res., 
801 Stanley st., 12307. ¢ 377-8559 and 346-0281. 

4—SS. Cyril and Methodius (Slovsak), Revs. James Ben- 
ish, O.F.M.Conv.; Edwin Mihalko, O.F.M.Conv. 
[CEM] 


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Res., 1125 Congress st., 12303. ¢ 346-3528. 

5—St. Helen’s, Revs. Robert Willi; James Kane. In res., 
Rev. Erwin Schweigarat. 
Res., 1803 Union st., 12309. ¢ 346-6137. 
School—(1801 Union st. ¢ 377-1920). Sisters of Pre- 
sentation. Sister Mary Presentation, P.B.V.M.., Prin. 
Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 8; Pupils 310. 
Convent—40 Ray st. ¢ 374-7055. 

6—Holy Cross (Lithuanian), Rev. Michael Clemente, 
Adm. [CEM] 
Res., 16 N. College st., 12305. ¢ 374-1551. 

7—Immaculate Conception, Rev. Francis P. Melfe. In 
res., Revs. Ralph DiPasquale, O.F.M.; Albert E. Del 
Vecchio. 
Res., 523 Thompson st., 12306. ¢ 346-2381. 
“W.ALT.T. House’—Tutoring, Guidance & Coun- 
seling Center. ¢ 346-8902. 
School—(520 Bradt st. ¢ 377-7470). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carandelet. Sister Marcia Blair, C.S.J., 
Supr. 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 253. 
Convent—520 Hegeman st. ¢ 393-2974. 

8—St. John the Baptist’s, Rev. Alan Jupin. 
In res., Rev. Kenneth Swain. 
Res., 427 Franklin st., 12305. ¢ 374-9148. [CEM] 

9—St. John the Evangelist’s, Revs. Arnold J. English; 
William J. Gaffigan. 
Res., 802 Union st. 12308. ¢ 372-3381. 
School—(806 Union st., ¢ 393-5331). Sisters of the 
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (816 Union st.). Sis- 
ter Cathleen A. Carney, S.N.J.M., Prin. 
Sister 1; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 205. 
Convent—816 Union st. ¢ 346-2898. 

10—St. Joseph’s (German), Rev. Bernard Gustas. 
Res., 225 Lafayette st., 12305. ¢ 374-4466. [CEM] 

11—St. Luke’s, Rev. Msgr. Howard F. Manny; Rev. Jo- 
seph P. Tabone. In res., Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Ryan. 
Res., 1241 State st., 12304. ¢ 346-3405. 
School—(1252 Albany st. ¢ 377-7330). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carandelet. Sister Jane Gossin, C.S.J., 
Principal. 
Sisters 9; Lay Teachers 11; Pupils 425. 
Convent—1252 Albany st. 372-2361. 
Mission—St. Teresa’s Carmelite Monastery. 

12—St. Mary’s (Polish), Revs. Michael F. McGarrahan; 
Michael W. Zakens. [CEM] 
Res., 828 Eastern ave., 12308. ¢ 374-2423 or ¢ 374- 
1745. 
School—(104 Irving st. ¢ 374-8724). Sisters of the 
Resurrection. Sister Rodricia, Prin. 
Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 4; Pupils 120. 
Convent—826 Eastern ave. ¢ 374-1311. 

13—Our Lady of the Assumption (Italian), Revs. John 
Mosconi; Ante Kosta. 
Res., 3034 Ford ave., 12306. ¢ 346-4926. 
Catechetical Center— 

14—Our Lady of Fatima, Rev. William B. Fitzgerald. In 
res., Rev. Anthony C. Diacetis. 
Res., 2220 Rosa rd., 12309. ¢ 370-3136. 

15—Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Italian), Revs. John R. 
De Caprio, Pastor; Joseph Mancuso; Rev. Msgr. An- 
thony S. Spina, Pastor Emeritus. In res., Rev. 
Thomas Bayley. 
Res., 1255 Pleasant st., 12303. ¢ 393-4109. 
School—(1274 Pleasant st. ¢ 372-0336). Religious 
Teachers Filippini. Sister Lucille Nalbone, M.P.F., 
Supr. 
Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 190. 
Convent—1383 Pleasant st. ¢ 393-6702. 

16—St. Paul the Apostle, Revs. George Brucker; Antho- 
ny Curran; Paul A. Roman. In res., Rev. Elmer J. 
Donnelly, Pastor Emeritus. 
Res., 2777 Albany, 12304. ¢ 377-8504. 
School—(16 Van Zandt st. ¢ 377-0506). Sisters of 
Presentation. Sister Anne Marie, Prin. 
Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 283. 
Convent—St. Paul’s Court. ¢ 377-4284. 

17—St. Thomas the Apostle, Mount Pleasant, Rev. John 
G. Phillips. 
Res., 1228 Sixth ave., 12303. ¢ 346-2179. 
Catechetical Center— 

Schoharie, Schoharie Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Celestine 
Regnier, O.F.M.Conv. 
Res., 104 Bridge st. ¢ 295-8923. 

Schuylerville, Saratoga Co., Notre Dame de Lourdes 
(French), Rev. William F. Lemoyne. 
Res., 18 Pear] st., 12871. ¢ 695-3391. [CEM] 

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Revs. James E. 

Toole. 
Res., 25 Gates ave., 12871. ¢ 695-3331. [CEM] 
Catechetical Center—Franciscan Sisters of the 
Atonement. Sisters 2. 
Convent—29 Burgoyne ave. ¢ 695-3318. 

Scotia, Schenectady Co., St. Joseph’s, Revs. Robert Nu- 
gent; Michael Polewczak. 
Res., 236 First st., 12302. ¢ 346-2613. 
School—(MacArthur dr. ¢ 372-5790). Sisters of 
Mercy. Sr. Frances Kosier, Prin. 
Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 275. 
Convent —3 Henry st. ¢ 372-5171. 


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Chapel—Immaculate Heart of Mary, McArthur dr. 
¢ 346-0853. 

Catechetical Center—Franciscan Sisters of the 
Atonement. Sr. Assumpta Marie, Supr. 207 Lincoln 
st., 12302. 

Sisters 4. 

Sidney, Delaware Co., Sacred Heart, Revs. Paul Pilson. 
Res., 15 Liberty st., 138838. ¢ 607-563-1591. 
Catechetical Center—Sisters of Mercy. Sister M. 
Catherine, R.S.M., Supr. (37 Pleasant st.). Sisters 2. 
Missions—St. Ambrose, Unadilla. 

South Glens Falls, Saratoga Co., St. Michael the Archan- 
gel, Revs. Michael C. Hughes; Paul Marchese. 
Res., 80 Saratoga ave., 12801. ¢ 792-5859. 

South Kortright, Delaware Co., Church of the Most Pre- 
cious Blood of Jesus. Rev. Charles A. Gaffigan. 
Res., Main st., 13842. ¢ 607-538-3961. 

Speigletown, Rensselaer Co., St. Bonaventure’s, Rev. 
James D. O’Neill. 

Res., P.O. Box 278. Lansingburg Station, Troy, 
12182. ¢ 235-0337. 

Stamford, Delaware Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Francis W. 
Whalen.[CEM] 

Res., 27 Harper st., 12167. ¢ 652-7170. 
Mission—Grand Gorge, St. Philip Neri. 

Stillwater, Saratoga Co., St. Peter the Apostle, Revs. 
Joseph E. Anselment; [CEM]. Paul J. Keeshan, Pas- 
tor Emeritus. 

Res., 275 N. Hudson ave., 12170. 664-3354. 
Mission—st. Isaac Jogues, Saratoga Lake (summer 
only). 

Stottville, Columbia Co., Holy Family, Rev. John W. 
Keefe. 

Res., Atlantic ave., 12172. ¢ 828-1889. 

Stuyvesant, Columbia Co., Nativity of the Blessed Vir- 
gin Mary, 12173. Rev. John G. O’Grady. 

Res., Route 9J, Box 63, ¢ 758-6732. 
Mission—Schodack Landing, Rensselaer Co., As- 
sumption of B.V.M. 

Stuyvesant Falls, Columbia Co., St. Mary’s, 12174. ¢ 
685-5411. Rev. John Krivickas. [CEM] 

Res., Rt. 9. 
Catechetical Center— 

Summit, Schoharie Co., St. Anna’s, Rev. Charles V. Ba- 

niak. 

Res., Main st., 12175. ¢ 287-1553. 

Mission—Camp Summit, N. Y. S. Correctional Insti- 
tute. 

Troy, Rensselaer Co., 

1—St. Anthony of Padua (Italian), Revs. Owen An- 
geloni, O.F.M., Pastor; Marcellino Salamone, 
O.F.M., Supr.; Gerard Caruso, O.F.M.; Donald D’Ip- 
polito, O.F.M.; Francis Walter, O.F.M.; Albert 
McMahon, O.F.M. In res., Rev. Lawrence Pizzuti, 
O.F.M. 

Res., 28 State st., 12180. ¢ 273-8622. 

School—(107 Fourth st. ¢ 273-8351). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carondelet, 115 Fourth st., Troy, N. Y., 
12180. Sister Cheryl Ann Kresky, C.S.J., Prin. 
Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 205. 

2—St. Augustine’s, Revs. John V. Casey, O.S.A., Prior 
and Pastor; Charles F. Hart, O.S.A.; Frederick I. 
Ryan, O.S.A.; Alfred E. Smith, O.S.A.; Henry J. Ea- 
gan, O.S.A.; David J. Kelly, O.S.A.; John Byrnes, 
O.S.A.; Patrick Leonard, O.S.A. 

Res., 25 115th st., 12182. ¢ 235-3861. [CEM] 
School—(114th st. and 4th ave. ¢ 235-7287). Sisters 
of St. Joseph. Sister Geraldine Corkey, C.S.J., Prin. 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 16; Pupils 517. 
Convent—523 Fourth ave. ¢ 235-5959. 

3—St. Francis de Sales’, Revs. Donald Ophals; Morris 
Dwyer. In res., Rev. William Turnbull. 

Res., 316 Congress st., 12180. ¢ 274-4232. 

4—Holy Trinity (Polish), Rev. Walter Baniak, Pastor. 
Res., 603 4th st., 12180. ¢ 272-5935. 

5—St. Joseph’s, Revs. Albert Pavilk, O.Carm., Pastor; 
Norbert Hansen, O.Carm., Prior; Richard Alban, 
O.Carm.; Mitchell Nejame, O’Carm. 

Res., 416 Third st., 12180. ¢ 274-6720. 
School—(Fourth and Monroe sts. ¢ 273-1031). Sis- 
ters of St. Joseph’s of Carondelet. Sister Joan Cur- 
ley, C.S.J., Prin. 

Res., St. Joseph’s Provincialate, Latham, N. Y. 
Sisters 16; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 340. [CEM] 
6—St. Lawrence’s (German), Rev. William D. Collins. 

Res., 294 Third st., 12180. ¢ 272-2283. 
7—St. Mary’s, Rev. Paul LaFleur. 
Res., 151 Washington st., 12180. ¢ 272-5820. [CEM] 
8—St. Michael the Archangel, Rev. Joseph Amato. 
Res., 148 Stowe ave., 12180. ¢ 273-7402. 
Mission—Van Rensselaer Manor, County Welfare 
Home, Hallmark Nursing Home, North Greenbush. 
9—Our Lady of Victory, Revs. John Lanese; Joseph 
Dworak. 
Res., 55 N. Lake ave., 12180. ¢ 273-7602. 
School—(Marshland ct. ¢ 274-6202). Sisters of 
Mercy. Sr. Margery Halpin, R.S.M., Supr. Sisters 2; 
Lay Teachers 10; Pupils 238. 
Convent—451 Marshland ct. ¢ 273-7444. 

10—St. Patrick's, Rev. Ronald Menty. In res., 

Rev. Joseph Falletta. 




















ALBANY O ———————————————————Sséhé—— 


Res., 3027 Sixth ave., 12180. ¢ 272-4666. School— 
(762 River st. ¢ 274-6502). Sisters of St. Joseph of 
Carondelet. Sister Elizabeth Costanzo. C.S.J., Prin. 
Sisters 8; Lay Teachers 7; Pupils 320. 
Convent—3075 6th ave. ¢ 274-6768. 
11—St. Paul the Apostle, Revs. John H. C. Mulcahy; 
Christopher DeGiovine. 
Res., 138 Twelfth st., 12180. ¢ 274-4083. 
Missions—Eden Park Nusing Home. 
12—St. Peter’s, Rev. Thomas K. Flanigan. In res., Rev. 
Charles Walsh. 
Res., 2310 5th ave., 12180. ¢ 272-2750. [CEM] 
School—St. Peter’s Academy (2333 Fifth ave. ¢ 272- 
7241). Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Sister 
Irene Kruse, C.S.J., Prin. 
Sisters 4; Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 200. 
Convent—2331 Fifth ave. ¢ 274-7812. 
13—Sacred Heart, Revs. James Vaughan; Winston 
Bath. 
Res., 310 Spring ave., 12180. ¢ 274-1363. 
School—(308 Spring ave. ¢ 274-3655). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carondelet. Sister Ann Queen, Supr. 
Res., 489 Pawling ave., 12180. ¢ 273-1177. 
Sisters 10; Lay Teachers 12; Pupils 636. 
14—St. Williams Church, Rev. Joseph E. Keyrouze. 
Res., 1010 Madison ave., 12180. ¢ 273-1680. 
Ushers, Saratoga Co., Corpus Christi. 12151. ¢ 877-5259. 
Revs. Lionel A. Guillaume; Gary P. Gelfenbein. 
Valatie, Columbia Co., St. John Baptist’s, 12184 Rev. 
John N. Caldara. 
Res., Kinderhook st., P.O. Box 276 12184. ¢ 758- 
9401. [CEM] 
Voorheesville, Albany Co., St. Matthew’s, Rev. Arthur 
A. Toole. In res., Rev. John F. O’Grady. 
Res., 15 Benton ave., 13856. ¢ 765-2805; Office: ¢ 
438-6681. 
Walton, Delaware Co., St. John Baptist’s, Rev. Eugene 
F. Willis. 
Res., 15 Benton ave., 13856. ¢ 607-865-4720. 
Mission—Holy Family, Downsville, N. Y. 
Res., Maple ave., Rev. Francis J. Mullen. 
Catechetical Center—17 Benton ave. 
Warrensburg, Warren Co., St. Cecilia’s, 12885. Rev. Vin- 
cent B. Jaracz. 
Res., 99 Main st., 12885. ¢ 623-6221. [CEM] 
Waterford, Saratoga Co., St. Anne’s (French), Rev. John 
F. Connolly. 
Res., 75 Grace st., 12188. ¢ 237-5211. 

St. Mary’s, Revs. John J. Vrana, O.S.A., Prior and 
Pastor; Ralph V. Shubler, O.S.A.; Kenneth Kenne- 
dy, O.S.A. In res. Rev. Paul Lynch, O.S.A. (Ret.) 
Res., 119 Broad st., 12188. ¢ 237-3131. [CEM] 
School—Waterford Central Catholic School, ( ¢ 237- 
0652). Sisters of Mercy. Sister M. Jean Conley, 
R.S.M., Prin. 

Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 14. 
Convent—81 Sixth st. ¢ 237-1011. 

Watervliet, Albant Co., 

1—St. Brigid’s, Revs. 
Joseph Grabys; Cyril Pereira, C.SS.R. (India); Ar- 
thur Becker. 
Res., 695 Fifth ave., 12189. ¢ 273-2913. 
School—(700 Fifth ave. ¢ 273-3321). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carondelet. Sister Monica Reynolds, 
C.S.J., Adm. 
Sisters 7; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 228. 
Convent—709 Fourth ave. ¢ 273-4022. 

2—Immaculate Conception (Polish), Rev. Boleslaus M. 
Watroba. [CEM] 
Res., 2420 Seventh ave., 12189. ¢ 273-3173. 
School—(2416 Seventh ave. ¢ 273-0663). Sisters of 
the Resurrection. Sister Antoinette, C.R., Supr. 
Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 2; Pupils 140. 
Convent—2425 Seventh ave. ¢ 273-4423. 

3—Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Italian), Rev. Francis X. 
D’Alessandro, O.F.M., Supr. and Pastor. 
Res., 410 23rd. st., 12189. ¢ 273-2932. 

4—St. Patrick’s, Revs. Philip Barrett; Joseph Kalafut. 
Res., 515 19th st., 12189. ¢ 273-2971. 
School—(1950 Sixth ave. ¢ 273-2542). Sisters of 
Mercy. Sr. Theresa Collins, R.S.M., Prin. Sisters 2, 
Lay Teachers 7, Pupils 220. 
Convent—1807 Third ave. ¢ 273-5562. 

5—Sacred Heart of Mary, Rev. Daniel Maher. 
Res., 1511 6th ave., 12189. ¢ 273-6252. 
School—(14th st. and Eighth ave. ¢ 273-1194). Sis- 
ters of Mercy. Sister Barbara Dubley, R.S.M., Prin. 
Convent—1807 Third ave. ¢ 273-5562. 

West Albany, St. Francis de Sales Old Church, Revs. 
Donald L. Starks; Donald Aery. 
Res., 15 Exchange st., 12205. ¢ 489-8386. 

Westmere, Albany Co., Christ the King, Revs. Robert 
Hart: Lawrence Prichard; Michael Malone. 
Res., 20 Sumter ave., Albany, 12203. 456-1644. 
School—(Sumter ave., Albany. ¢ 456-5400). Sisters 


of Mercy. Bro. Casimer Gondlach, F.S.C., Prin. 
Sisters 3; Lay Teachers 9; Pupils 254. 
Convent—14 Drawbridge dr., ¢ 456-8155. 

West Taghkanic Holy Cross, Rev. Peter V. Kranch. 
Res., R.D. No. 1, Box 183 A. Elizaville, 12523. ¢ 
851-7577. 

West Winfield, Herkimer Co., St. Joseph’s Rev. Patrick 
J. Lynch. 

Res., 305 W. Main st., Box U, 13491. ¢ 315-822-3191. 
[CEM] 
Whitehall, Washington Co., Notre Dame des Victoires, 
Rev. Raymond LaCroix. 
Res., 9 Wheeler ave., 12887. ¢ 499-1656. 
Our Lady of Angles, Rev. William Esmond. 
Res., 2 Boardman st., 12887. ¢ 499-1597. [CEM] 

Windham, Green Co., St. Theresa of Child Jesus, Rev. 

Donald E. Doyle. 
Res., Main st., 12496. ¢ 734-3352. 
Mission—St. Joseph’s Chapel, Ashland (open all 
year). 

Worcester, Otsego Co., St. Joseph’s, Very Rev. William 
W. Crandall, V.F. 

Res., 181 Main st., 12197. ¢ 607-397-4531. 
Mission—Schenevus, Otsego Co., N. Y., St. Mary’s. 
[CEM] 

Wynantskill, Rensselaer Co., St. Jude the Apostle, Revs. 
John J. Varno; Lawrence Hoppenhauer. In res., 
Rev. Robert J. LeFevre. 

Res., 6 Schuyler court, P.O. Box 347, 12198. ¢ 283- 
5755. 

Mission—St. Mark’s, Snyder’s Corners. 
School—(Brookside ave. ¢ 283-0333). Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carondelet. Sister Dolorata, C.S.J., Prin. 
Res., St. Joseph’s Provincialate, Latham, N. Y. 
Sisters 6; Lay Teachers 5; Pupils 225. 


Special Assignment: Revs. 

Nicholas Campagnone, 226 Central ave., Albany, 
12206; 

William Kennedy, Chaplain-Coxsackie Correctional 
Institute, ¢ 731-8151, Res.: R.R. No. 1, Box 146, W. 
Coxsackie, 12192; 

Francis X. Caron, P.O. Box 56 Cohoes, N.Y., 12047; 
Paul R. Smith, 37 Parkwood st., East Albany, N.Y., 
12203. 


Unassigned: Revs. 
Bernard M. Delos; 
James Murphy; 
William J. Milosek; 
Gilles D. Morrill; 
Owen Shanley. 


On sick leave: Revs. 
Edwin B. Prusko; 
Richard Vosko. 


Absent on leave: Revs. 
J. Daniel Nolan; 
Edward N. Durkin; 
Thomas Maloney; 
Robert Reed; 

C. Howard Russell. 


Retired Most Rev. 
Edward J. Maginn 
Rev. Monsignors— 
Fitzgerald, John A. 
Forman, John J. 
Gazeley, James 
Kelly, J. Norbert 
Kelly, Lawrence P. 
Ryan, Francis X., St. Luke’s Church, Schenectady. 
Slavin, William 
Spina, Anthony S. 
Reverend Fathers— 
Augustyniak, Charles. 
Augustynowicz, Alexander J. 
Batkiewicz, Joseph J. 
Barrett, Thomas J. 
Beck, Joseph 
Bouchey, Wilfred J. 
Brothers, Donald 
Carroll, James 
Ciulik, Joseph 
Clune, Gerald F. 
Czerinawski, Francis 
Daly, Edward V. 
Donnelly, Elmer 
Doyle, M. Kenneth 
English, Edward F. 
Fearey, John St. Ann’s Church, Albany. 
Fufferd, Michael W. 
Gleveckas, Alphonse. 
Gravelle, Donald J. 
Grigaitis, Anthony 


C Area Code 518 unless otherwise indicated 


SSS )S ALBANY 


Halpin, Raymond J. 
Harzynski, John 
Hennessey, Joseph 
Hickey, Edward 
Hickey, James C. 
Keeshan, Paul 

Kelly, Joseph Anthony 
Korkemaz, Paul 
Krzysko, John F. 
Kulwiec, Robert J. 
Lepich, Joseph J. 
McCarthy, Michael 
McGarrahan, Michael F. 
McKeon, George J. 
McManus, Edward 
McNamara, John 
Malin, Peter 

Mendel, Bronislaus J. 
Murphy, Robert 
Nowak, Vincent A. 
Nowakowski, Francis M. 
O’Connor, John F. 
Olszewski, Sigmund 
Paradis, Leo H. 
Perrone, Anthony P. 
Petit, Roland 
Petraitis, Alphonse, Box 416A, Appleton rd., Rex- 
ford, N.Y., 12148. 
Purificato, Gustave 
Ruane, Joseph 

Ruokis, Jonas 
Salamon, Francis 
Sheedy, Edward J., 227 Oleander ave., Palm Beach, 
Fla., 33480. 

Sheeran, Peter F. 
Smith, Peter H. 
Sullivan, John 
Thompson, Roland E. 
Tooher, Thomas P. 
Tuffy, Patrick J. 
LaVoie, David 


Military Chaplains: 
U. S. Air Force; 
Reverends: 
Clancy, John (Ret) 
Cox, Dennis 
Deimeke, E. Louis 
Mossey, Robert E. 
U.S. Navy 
Reverends: 
Ahern, Bernard J. 
Antos, Paul J. 
DePascale, Daniel F. 
Estabrook, Joseph W. 
Markert, Leo. 
Urbano, Francis J. 
U.S. Army: 
Reverends: 
Lonergan, J. Barry 
Weyand, John J. 


Veterans Administration: 
Reverend Monsignors: 
Powers, John J. 
Reverends: 

Ciani, Francis P. 
Konisky, Edward J. 


On Duty Outside Diocese: 

Reverends: 

Allie, Stanley J., Anchorage, Alaska, St., Benedict 
Rectory, 8110 Jewel Lake rd., 99502. 

Clark, Matthew, North American College, 00120 
Vatican City State. 

Flynn, Harry J., Mt. St. Mary Seminary, Emmits- 
burg, Md., 21727. 

Hurst, Thomas R. (S.S.) Theological College, 401 
Michigan ave., N.E., Washington, D. C., 20017. 
Kelly, James F., Father Flanagan’s Home, Boys 
Town, Neb., 69010. 

Nolan, John G., S.T.D., Catholic Near East Welfare 
Association, 1011 First ave., N. Y., N. Y., 10022. 
Nusbaum, Daniel, Mt. St. Mary’s College, Emmits- 
burg, Maryland, 21727. 

Redmond, Paul V., S.T.L., Mt. St. Mary’s College, 
Emmitsburgh, Md., 21727. 

Sirka, Vacys, Our Lady of Sorrows Convent, Thatch- 
er st., Brockton, Mass., 02402. 

Whalen, John, Consortium of Universities, 1717 
Massachusetts ave., Washington, D. C., 20036. 
Wilson, Dozia, 85 Regent st., Roxbury, Mass., 02119. 











ALBANY 


INSTITUTIONS LOCATED IN THE DIOCESE 


[A] SEMINARIES, RELIGIOUS, OR 
SCHOLASTICATES 

ALTAMONT, Seminary of Our Lady of Salette, 12009. ¢ 
861-6207.—An Inter-Provincial Novitiate of Missio- 
naries of Our Lady of La Salette (Province of Our 
Lady of Seven Dolors; Immaculate Heart of Mary; 
Mary Queen and Mary Queen of Peace. Revs. Rich- 
ard R. LaMadeleine, Dir. of Novices; Camille Dou- 
cet, Treas., and Co-Dir. of Novices. Joseph Horgan, 
MSS., Moderator of the La Salette Shrine. Priests 3; 
Brothers 5; Novices 3; Oblate 1. 

CarTSsKILL. St. Anthony Friary, 12414. 943- 3451.—(Order 
of the Friars Minor-Province of the Immaculate 
Conception)—Friars, Revs. Rolan Petinge, O.F.M., 
Guardian and Asst. Dir. of Novices; John D. Bavaro, 
O.F.M., Vicar and Director of Novices; Joseph Mon- 
tagna, O.F.M.; Leonard Bacigalupo, O.F.M. Friars 
in Solemn Vows 4; Novices 10; Total 14. 

RENSSELAER: St. Anthony on Hudson, Rensselaer, 12144 
(Corporate Name: Order Minor Conventuals. St. 
Anthony on Hudson, Rensselaer, N. Y.) Theological 
Seminary conducted by the Immaculate Conception 
Province, Friars Minor Conventual. Founded 1911. 
Order founded 1209. Came to Diocese 1859. Tele- 
phone: Faculty Wing: ¢ 463-2261: Clericate Wing: ¢ 
434-4625. ¢ 434-8200. Very Rev. Ernest Ruede, 
O.F.M.Cony. Guardian and Rector: ( ¢ 465-2541): 
Revs. John Burkhard, O.F.M.Conv., Vicar, Presi- 
dent of the Faculty and Academic Dean; Romuald 
Meogrossi, O.F.M.Conv., Director of Field Educa- 
tion and Socius: Julian Zambanini, O.F.M.Conv., 
Dir of Brothers Program; Peter Damian Fehlner, 
O.F.M.Conv., Librarian; Rufino Maloney, 
O.F.M.Conv., Procurator and Chaplain Albany 
County Jail; Conan Lynch, O.F.M.Conv., Director of 
Third Order; Owen Bennett, O.F.M.Conv., Resident 
Professor; Fidelis Chuckinac, O.F.M.Conv., Chap- 
lain Ann Lee Home; Firmin Finn, O.F.M.Conv., 
Chap., Albany County Home; John Murnane, 
O.F.M.Conv.; Roch Hoffmann, O.F.M.Conv.; An- 
drew Ehlinger, O.F.M.Conv.; Mattias Manley, 
O.F.M.Convy.; Cosmas Korb, O.F.M.Conv., In res., 
Rev. James Kelly, O.S.F.S., Assistant Librarian. 

Padua House ¢ 434-3888. Revs. Sixtus Patrick, 
O.F.M.Conv.; Angelus Netzer, O.F.M.Conv. 

Chi Rho House ¢ 436-9520. Revs. Nevin Hammon, 
O.F.M.Conv., Professor of Theology; Edward On- 
drako, O.F.M.Conv. 

Province Vocation Office. ¢436-8680 Rev. Edward 
Ondrako, O.F.M.Conv., Director. 

Domestic Department: Sister of the Soul of Jesus, 4. 
Sister Salvatora, Superior. ¢ 463-5930. Priests 20; 
Brothers 3; Students: Theological 44; Brothers 6. 

Troy. Jmmaculate Conception Seminary, Vandenburg 
ave., Troy, 12180. ¢ 273-8422. Residence. Revs. 
Richard Passeri, O.F.M., Rel. Supr.; John J. Tirella, 
O.F.M., Instr., LaSalle School, Albany; Sigmund 
Brambilla, O.F.M., Librarian; Ralph DePasquale, 
O.F.M., Special Apostolates. Priests 4. 


[B] COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
AuBany, Maria College, 700 New Scotland ave., 12208. 
Junior College, Sister Laureen Fitzgerald, Pres; Sis- 
ter Josephine Reynolds, Dean; Rosemary J. Sgroi, 
R.S.M., Dir. of Admissions; Ellen Boyle, Dean of 
Students; Eleanor Hine, Business Mgr.; Revs. Ralph 
DiPasquale, O.F.M.; Nicholas Campagnone. Sisters 
of Mercy 19; Lay Teacher 26; day students 502. 
The College of St. Rose (Corporate Name). Founded 
by the Sisters of — St. Joseph of Carondelet 1920. 
432 Western ave., 12203. ¢ 471-5111. Independent 
Board of Trustees, Chartered by the Regents of the 
State of New York. Empowered to confer Masters 
and Bachelors degrees. Thomas A. Manion, Pres.; 
Donald W. Tappa, Undergraduate Dean; Sister 
Katherine Hanley, Graduate Dean; Thomas J. 
McCabe, Treas,; Sr. Patricia Hayes, Dean of Ad- 
ministration and Planning; Joan E. Cadden, Regis- 
trar; Michael D’Attilio, Dean of Students; Sr. Gene 
Ann Flaherty, Dir of Admissions. Priests in res., 
Revs. Bertrand T. Fay; William G. Rettinger, Chap. 
Non-Res. Priests: Rev. Anthony T. Gulley, Faculty 
98; Priests 2; Sisters 39; Lay Faculty 57. Enrollment; 
Men: 662; Women: 1,926; Total 2,488. 
LouponviLte, N. Y., 12211. ¢ 783-2300. Siena College 
—Rev. Hugh F. Hines, O.F.M., Pres.; Rev. Michael 
Judge, O.F.M., Asst. to the Pres.; John C. Murphy, 
O.F.M. Vice Pres. for Academic Affairs; Donald W. 
Kiszka, Vice Pres. for Business Affairs: Dr. Dell N. 
Thompson, Vice Pres. for Development; Terry Rey- 
nolds, Dean of Students; Basil M. Mitchell, Head 
Librarian; Harry Wood, Dir. of Admissions; William 
Mann, O.F.M., Dir. of Financial Aid; Miss Barbara 
Vertefeuille, Registrar; Revs. Jerome Massimino, 
O.F.M.; Richard Hasselbach, O.F.M.; Carol Gaelki, 
O.P., College Chaplains. Corporate Name. Siena Col- 
lege, conducted by the Franciscan Friars, Order on 
Friars Minor, Province of the Most Holy Name of 


27 


Jesus. Founded 1937. Enrollment: Day Division (co- 
education) 2200, Evening Division (men and wom- 
en) 650. The Friary. Rev. Kevin E. Mackin, O.F.M., 
Religious Superior; Br. William P. Mann, O.F.M., 
Assistant Religious Superior; Br. John V. Krieg, 
O.F.M., Treasurer; Revs. Walter F. Armijo, O.F.M.; 
Emmett A. Barrett, O.F.M.; David M. Bossman, 
O.F.M.; Zachary A. Callahan, O.F.M.; Juniper 
Capece, O.F.M.; Ronald Chinetsky, O.F.M.; Julian 
A. Davies, O.F.M.; Vianney M. Devlin, O.F.M.; Bri- 
an F. Duffy, O.F.M.; Fintan Duffy, O.F.M.; Peter A. 
Fiore, O.F.M.; Robert F. Gabel, O.F.M.; Martin A. 
Hanhauser, O.F.M.; Capistran J. Hanlon, O.F.M.; 
Richard Hasselbach, O.F.M.; Charles V. Hayes, 
O.F.M.; Hugh F. Hines, O.F.M., Pres.; Fabian F. 
Joyce, O.F.M., Director, St. Francis Chapel; Michael 
Judge, O.F.M., Assistant to Pres.; Ronald F. King, 
O.F.M.; Benjamin Kuhn, O.F.M.; Malcolm J. Mac- 
Donald, O.F.M.; William J. McGavin, O.F.M.; Law- 
rence McLeod, O.F.M.; Jerome Massimino, O.F.M.; 
Michael D. Meilach, O.F.M.; Donald J. Mooney, 
O.F.M.; Richard Mucowski, O.F.M.; Cronan Mullen, 
O.F.M.; Liguori Muller, O.F.M.; John C. Murphy, 
O.F.M.; Richard J. O’Connor, O.F.M.; Paul J., Olig- 
ny, O.F.M.; Stephen O’Neill, O.F.M.; Michael V. Per- 
ry, O.F.M.; Laurence P. Rainville, O.F.M.; Reginald 
J. Reddy, O.F.M.; Blaise R. Reinhart, O.F.M.; Evan 
Roche, O.F.M.; Sennen San Fraterllo, O.F.M.: Cyril 
J. Seaman, O.F.M.; John E. Van Hook, O.F.M.; Jo- 
seph Vann, O.F.M.; Vianney F. Vormwald, O.F.M.; 
Elmer A. Wagner, O.F.M. Brothers 5. 


[C] HIGH SCHOOLS, DIOCESAN 

ABany, Bishop Maginn High School, 99 Singerland st., 
12202. Sister Theresa Murphy, C.S.J., Prin.; Rev. 
John Lanese, Adm. Asst.; Revs. Charles Lockwood; 
Cabell B. Marbury, Dir. of Guidance. In res., Rev. 
Cabell B. Marbury, Sisters of St. Joseph 12; Daugh- 
ters of Charity 9; Sister Mary John, D.C., Supr. 100 
Slingerland st. Priests 2; Lay Teachers 12; Pupils 
564; Sisters 21. 

AMSTERDAM, Bishop Scully High School. Upper Church 
st., 12010. ¢ 842-4100. Sr. Anne Tranelli, C.S.J., 
Prin.; Rev. Timothy Mangan, S.S.S., Guidance. 
Priest 1; Sisters 8; Lay Teachers 11. 

CaTskILL. St. Patrick’s Central Catholic High School, 
Woodland ave., 12414. ¢ 943-2952—. Sister Rose- 
mary Infante, S.N.J.M., Prin.; Sisters of the Holy 
Names 1. Lay teachers 15; Pupils 242. 

Conosgs. Keveny Memorial Academy, Canvass and On- 
tario sts., 12047. ¢ 237-6856. Sister Maura Rhode, 
C.S.J., Prin.; Rev. Richard F. Jones. Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Carondelet— Sisters of Mercy. Priest 1; 
Sister 1; Lay Teachers 14; Pupils 288. 

SaratoGa Sprincs. Saratoga Central Catholic High 
School, 12886. ¢ 885-6751. Frank P. Crowley, Prin. 
Sisters of St. Joseph. Sisters 1; Lay Teachers 15; 
Pupils 200. 

ScHENECTADY. Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons High 
School, 2602 Albany st., 12304. ¢ 393-3131—High 
School Co-ed, conducted by the Congr. of Christian 
Brothers and Congregation de Notre Dame. Bro. 
James E. Roepke, Prin.; Brother Daniel P. McDo- 
nough, Supr.; Rev. Paul Roman. Brothers 9; Sisters 
4; Lay Teachers 18; Boys 325; Girls 305. 

Troy. Catholic Central High School, 116th st. and 7th 
ave., 12182. ¢ 235-7100.—Revs. Dominic S. Ingemie, 
Prin.; Arthur Becker; Richard Shaw; William F. 
Bourdeau; William D. Turnbull. Sisters of Mercy; 
Sisters of St. Joseph. Priests 5; Sisters 40; Lay 
Teachers 35; Pupils 1,257. 


[D] HIGH SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 
AuBANny, Christian Brothers’ Academy, De La Salle rd., 
12208. ¢ 462-5447—Brothers of the Christian 
Schools. Brother Stephen Olert, F.S.C., Prin. ROTC 
Military Institute. Brothers 12; Lay Teachers 18; 
Pupils; High 420; Middle School 76. 

The Doane Stuart School—(Formerly Kenwood 
Academy and St. Agnes School), 12202. Religious of 
the Sacred Heart and the Episcopal Diocese of Alba- 
ny. Sister Margaret Seitz, R.S.C.J., Headmistress. 
Grades nursery through 12th. Faculty 40; Pupils 
300. 

Academy of the Holy Names Upper School, 1075 New 
Scotland rd., 12208. ¢ 489-2559.— Sister Constance 
Casey, Prin. Rev. of the Holy Names of Jesus and 
Mary. Rev. Brian O’Shaughnessy. Sisters 5; Lay 
Teachers 28; Pupils 292. 

Mercy High, Private School for Girls, 310 South Man- 
ning blvd., 12208. ¢ 482-1110.— Conducted by Sis- 
ters of Mercy. Sister Marilyn K. Murray, R.S.M., 
Prin. Sisters 21; Lay Teachers 11; Pupils 499. 

Troy. La Salle Institute. 174 Williams road, Troy, New 
York, 12180. ¢ 283-2500.—Brothers of the Christian 
Schools. Bros. Brice Patrick, F.S.C., Prin.; Celsus 

John, F.S.C., Vice Prin.; Aloysius Reilly, F.S.C., Vice 

Prin. Brothers 16; Lay Teachers 21; Pupils 555. 


¢ Area Code 518 unless otherwise indicated 


ALBANY 


Member Middle State Assn. of Colleges and Schools. 


[E] ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 

ALBANY. Academy of the Holy Names, (Lower School) 
1065 New Scotland rd., 12208. ¢ 438-6553. Sister 
Elizabeth Phelan, Prin. Sisters of the Holy Names of 
Jesus and Mary; Sisters 8; Lay Teachers 15; Pupils 
205. 

LOUDONVILLE. Saint Gregory’s School for Boys, Old Nis- 
kayuna rd., 12211. ¢ 785-6621.—A private Catholic 
Day School for boys staffed by Catholic laymen— 
Pre-School through eighth grade. Girls accepted in 
Pre-School and Kindergarten Classes. M. Raymond 
O’Brien. Headmaster; Lay teachers 15, Rev. 
Thomas Saccone, St. Pius X Church, Loudonville, 
Chap. Boys 182; Girls 22. 


[F] CONSOLIDATED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 

ALBANY: SOUTH END CATHOLIC CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS: 
South End Catholic School Office, 75 Park ave., 
12202. ¢ 449-5232. Sister Johanne McCarthy, C.S.J., 
Supervising Principal. 

Cathedral Program: (K-8) 75 Park ave., 12202. ¢ 449- 
5232. 434-4827. Sister Johanne McCarthy, C.SJ., 
Supervising and Building Principal. 11 Sisters of St. 
Joseph; 1 Religious of the Sacred Heart; 7 Lay 
teachers; 401 Pupils. Convent:—93 Park ave., 12202. 
¢ 436-7697. Sisters of St. Joseph. 

CoHoEs: CONSOLIDATED CATHOLIC SCHOOLS: Adminis- 
trative Team: Sisters Lauretta McGuirk, C.S.J.; 
Maureen Moffitt, C.S.J. Main Office: 45 Johnson 
ave., ¢ 235-1940. 

St. Agnes’ Middle School: (5-8), 45 Johnston ave. ¢ 
237-8876. Sister Maureen Moffitt, C.S.J., Building 
Principal. 1 Sister of Mercy: 6 Sisters of St. Joseph, 
Lay teachers 7; Pupils 285. Convent:—30 Johnston 
ave. ¢ 237-1457. Sisters of St. Joseph. 

St. Joseph’s Primary School: (K-5), St. Joseph’s place, 
12047. ¢ 235-6117. Sister Patricia Geary, C.S.J., 
Prin. Sisters of St. Joseph. Sisters 7; Brothers 6; Lay 
teachers 4; Pupils 285. Convent—30 Johnston ave., 
¢ 237-1457. 

St. Marie’s Primary School: (K-4), Leversee and Dud- 
ley ave., 12047. ¢ 235-5202. Sr. Lauretta McGuirk, 
C.S.J., Prin. Sisters 3; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 341. 
Convent—30 Johnson ave., ¢ 237-1457. 

WATERFORD CENTRAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL: Grades (K-8). 
Sister Jeanne Conley, Principal. St. Mary’s Build- 
ing, 12 Sixth street, Waterford, 12188. ¢ 237-0652. 
Sisters of Mercy. Sisters 3; Lay teachers 12. Con- 
vent:31 Sixth street, Waterford, 12188. ¢ 237-1011. 
Sister Agnes Mary, Coordinator. 


[G] RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
FOR ADOLESCENT BOYS 

ALBANY. La Salle School Inc., 391 Western ave., 12203. 
¢ 489-4731.—Brothers of the Christian Schools. 
Brothers Augustine Loes, F.S.C., Dir.; John Farrell, 
F.S.C., Prin. Brothers 17; Pupils 115; Resident, 30 
Day. W. Brian J. Barr. C.S.W.—Director of Clinical 
Services. Rev. John J. Tirella, O.F.M., Chap. 


[H] CHILD CARE INSTITUTIONS 

ALBANY, St. Catherine’s Center for Children, 30 North 
Main avenue, 12203. ¢ 482-3331.— Center for emer- 
gency residential care of children up to twelve years 
of age; therapeutic day care for children through 
six: special education program for children from six 
to twelve. Ten Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de 
Paul. Sister Mary Patricia, Ph.D. Sisters 12; Chil- 
dren 125. Rev. John Malecki, Chap. 

A.taMont. Bernard and Caroline Cobb Memorial 
School (Corporate Name; Cobb Memorial School), 
12009. ¢ 861—6446. Sr. M. Thomas, P.B.V.M., Dir. 
Conducted by Sisters of the Presentation of the 
B.V.M. for Mentally Retarded Children 5 to 21 
Years of Age. Founded 1962. Children: Boys 8; Girls 
24. 

WATERVLIET, St. Colman’s Home, 12189. ¢ 273- 4911.— 
Sisters of the Presentation of the B.V.M. Sister M. 
Virginia, P.B.V.M., Dir,; Rev. James Mackey, ¢ 271- 
6784, Chap. Children 105. 


{1] GENERAL HOSPITALS 
ALBANY. St. Peter’s Hospital, 315 South Manning blvd., 
12208. ¢ 471-1540.—Sisters of Mercy. Sister Ellen 
Lawlor, Exec. Dir.; Sister Jean Marie McGinty, 
Supr. Sisters 34; Bed capacity 427 plus 50 bassinets; 
Patients treated annually: In 18,351: Out 135,950. 
Revs. John Mallon; William Girard. Dept. of Pasto- 
ral Care: Sister Helen Yonkers, R.S.M. 
AMSTERDAM. St. Mary’s Hospital, 427 Guy Park ave., 
12010. ¢ 842-1900.—Sisters of St. Joseph of Ca- 
rondelet. Sister Mary Theresa, C.S.J., Adm. Sisters 
33; Bed Capacity 125; Bassinets 19; Patients treated 
annually: In 4,817: Out 25,066. Revs. William P. Fur- 
lan, Chap. St. Mary’s Hospital School of Nursing. 
Students 81. 
ScuEnectapy. St. Clare’s Hospital, 600 McClellan st., 

















ALBANY ——————_____————__""""——__.. 288 


12304. ¢ 382-2156. Jerome G. Stewart, Exec. Dir. 
Pastoral Care. ¢ 382-2306. Rev. Richard J. Lesko- 
var, Chap. and Dir.; Rev. Michael D. Clemente, As- 
soc. Chap. Counselors: Srs. Alice O’Hara, R.S.M.; 
Eileen O’Hara, C.S.J.; Kathleen Nolan, R.S.M. Sis- 
ters 7; Bed Capacity 296. Patients treated annually: 
In 12,430; Out 102,059. 

Troy. St. Mary’s Hospital, 1300 Massachusetts ave., 
12180. ¢ 272-5000.—Daughters of Charity of St. 
Vincent de Paul. Sister Mary Agnes, Administrator. 
Sisters 12. Bed capacity 209: Patients treated annu- 
ally: In 6,466; Out 80,773. Affiliated with Hudson 
Valley Community College, School of Nursing—2 
yr. program. Radiology Dept., Medical Secretaries. 
Russell Sage College Dept. of Nursing BOCES Pro- 
gram, also affiliated with Albany College of Phar- 
macy, College of St. Rose and Holliston Junior 
College. Respiratory Therapy, Maria College, Physi- 
cal Therapist Assistants Program. Rev. James R. 
Joslin, Chap. 


[J] SPECIAL HOSPITALS AND SANATORIA 

Axpany. Villa Mary Immaculate, 321 So. Manning blvd. 
at Hackett blvd., 12208. ¢ 482-3363.—Convalescent 
and long term skilled care nursing home. Francis- 
can Sisters of Allegany, N. Y., Sister Mary De Mont- 
fort Charland, Adm.; Rev. Kenneth J. Tunney, 
Consultant; Rev. Michael Farano, Part-time Chap. 
Sisters 7. Capacity 90 beds; Patients treated annual- 
ly: 182. Attended by Mill Hill Missionaries. 

AmsterDAM. Mt. Loretto Nursing Home, Skilled Nurs- 
ing Facility, R.D. 3, 12010. ¢ 842-6790.—Conducted 
by the Sisters of the Resurrection. Sister Patricia 
Anne, C.R., Adm.; Sister M. Bernice, C.R., Supr. 
Rey. Raymond S. Piechocki, Chap. 

Carro. Alphonsus Rest, Jerome ave., 12413. ¢ 622-3248. 
Sister Margaret Mary, C.S.J.B., Supr. Sisters of St. 
John the Baptist. Year round care for women. 

CastLeton. Resurrection Rest Home (Corporate Name: 
Resurrection Rest Home, Inc.), Castleton-on-Hud- 
son, 12033. ¢ 732-7617—Nursing Home Dedicated 
to the Care of Chronically Il] and Aged Women Con- 
ducted by Sisters of Resurrection Since 1962. 
Capacity 51. Sister Therese Marie, C.R., Adm.; Rev. 
Ladislaus Pyclik, S.Ch., ¢ 732-2524, Res. Chap. 

CaTSKILL. St, Joseph’s Villa, 38 Prospect ave., 12414. ¢ 
934-2260. Sister Loretto Mary Ballou, Coordinator. 
Conducted by Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, N. Y. 
Open all year for resident guests—Men and Women, 
Retired and Transients. New facility is being erect- 
ed which will house 60 people. Construction 
delayed. Projected date of occupancy June 1, 1978. 


[K] PROTECTIVE INSTITUTIONS 

ALBANY. Saint Anne Institute, 25 W. Lawrence st., 
12206. ¢ 489-7411—Sister Mary Francis McPart- 
land, R.G.S., Exec. Dir; Mr. Ralph Fedullo, Adm. 
Conducted by Sisters of the Good Shepherd for 
adolescent females, referred by Family Courts, 
Dept. of Social Services. Division for Youth and 
School Districts. 

Residential Group Home (56 N. Pine st., Albany). Day 
Treatment On-Campus Regent Accredited School. 
After Care, Family Services, Work Experience, 
Summer Camp Program are offered. Founded— 
1887. Corporate Name; Saint Ann Institute. Chap- 
lain: Attended by Mill Hill Missionaries, State Farm 
rd., Albany, 12203. ¢ 438-4441 and Diocesan Priests. 
Sisters 5; Postulants 2; Lay Staff 185; Girls 75; Total 
Dependent Children 175. 


{[L] HOMES FOR AGED 

AvBANny. Teresian House (Corporate Title: Incorporat- 
ed). Washington ave., Extension, Teresian House 
Nursing Home Company, 12203. ¢ 456-2000. Moth- 
er M. Mel Therese, O.Carm., Adm. Founded in 1929 
by Carmelite Sisters. Teresian House in 1974. Bed 
Capacity 300. Rev. William Schwartz. In res., Rev. 
Michael Fufferd. 

LatHaM. Our Lady of Hope Residence, Little Sisters of 
the Poor, Jeanne Jugan la., 12110. Bed Capacity 
251. Sr. Mary Vincent, L.S.P., Adm.; Rev. Simon 
Mohr, O.F.M.Conv., Res. Chap. ¢ 785-4551. 


[M] MONASTERIES AND RESIDENCES 
OF PRIESTS AND BROTHERS 
Axvsany. The Mill Hill Missionaries (St. Joseph’s Mis- 
sionary Society of Mill Hill), State Farm rd., Guil- 
derland. ¢ 456-6262. Mailing address: Mill Hill 
Fathers, Albany, N. Y., 12203. Rev. Stanislaus van 
Hasselt, M.H.M., Rector; Very Rev. Vincent 
McCann, M.H.M., Regional Representative; Revs. 
Henry J. Tansey, M.H.M.; Raymond Klapper, 
M.H.M.; James J. Winstanley, M.H.M.; Theodore 
Feldbrugge, M.H.M., Development Dir.; Gysbert 
van der Heyden, M.H.M.; Francis Spakauskas, 
M.H.M.; Miss Marion Gregg, M.H.M., Sec. Founded: 
1951. Order founded 1866. Priests 9; Brothers 3; Lay 
Missionaries 1; Corporate Title: Mill Hill Fathers, 
Inc. In res., Most Rev. Frederick Hall, M.H.M., Bish- 
op of Kisumu, Retired. 


CAMBRIDGE. Byzantine Rite, Monks of New Skete. 
Founded May 1966. Cambridge, N. Y., 12816. ¢ 677- 
3928. Revs. Lawrence Mancuso; Marc Labish. Pro- 
fessed Monks 10; Novices 3. 

Cuestertown. The Priory of St. Benedict, Inc., 12817. 
¢ 494-3733. Rev. Michael Neaton. 

DiaMonp Point. Summer Retreat of the Congregation 
of the Blessed Sacrament—Rev. Wilfrid J. Thibo- 
deau, S.S.S., Supr. Res., 184 E. 76th st., New York, 
N. Y., 10021. 

Lake GrorGE. Convent of St. Mary of the Lake, 12845.— 
Summer retreat of the Rev. Paulist Fathers. 

LOUDONVILLE. Vincentian Fathers Residence, 26 Pheas- 
ant Ridge rd., 12211. ¢ 458-1050. Rev. Carey J. 
Leonard, C.M., Supr.; Rev. Joseph T. Tinnelly, C.M., 
Dir. Daughters of Charity. Priests 2. 

RENSSELAER. Franciscan Mission House, Washington 
ave., 12144. ¢ 465-0062. Promotion Center For Or- 
der’s missions. Rev. Victor Schoenberger, 
O.F.M.Con., Supr. Brother Leo Merriman, 
O.F.M.Conv.; Rev. Angelus Netzer, O.F.M.Conv.; 
Rev. Gregory Thomas, O.F.M.Conv., Assoc. Direc- 
tor. 

SARATOGA SPRINGS, Saratoga Co., St. John Neuman 
Residence. ¢ 584-7500. For Redemptorist Priests 
and Brothers of the Baltimore Province. Very Rev. 
Henry A. Kane, C.SS.R., Rector; Rev. George Gear- 
ty, C.SS.R., Dir. of Infimary. Jn Residence. Revs. 
Charles Augenthaler, C.SS.R.; Thomas Egan, 
C.SS.R.; William Fitzgibbon, C.SS.R.; Anthony J. 
Kalb, C.SS.R.; James L. Cotter, C.SS.R; James Guy- 
ton, C.SS.R.; Joseph Chochula, C.SS.R.; Alphonsus 
Schonhart, C.SS.R.; Michael Spinella, C.SS.R.; Al- 
phonse Witting, C.SS.R., Priests 12; Brother 3. 


[N] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES 
FOR SISTERS 

Axsany. Convent of the Good Shepherd, (Incorporated 
Title: Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Albany, New 
York), 25 West Lawrence st., 12206. ¢ 489-7411. 

Convent of Mercy (Motherhouse of Sisters of Mercy). 
634 New Scotland ave., 12208. ¢ 489-8341.—Sr. Ar- 
thur Joyce, R.S.M., Pres.; Sister M. Karen Marcil, 
R.S.M., Ass’t.; Sister Elizabeth Foley, R.S.M., Con- 
vent Supr. Professed Sisters 274. Chap. —Rev. Mi- 
chael Farano. Novitiate. 418 Ontario st. 

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Albany, 12202. ¢ 465- 
3341.—Sr. Elizabeth Cavanagh, R.S.C.J., Coord.; 
Revs. Kenneth Doyle; Charles P. Lockwood, Chap- 
lains. Sisters 100. 

Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate (3) 10B-C Dud- 
ley Park East, Albany, N. Y., 12210. ¢ 465-4939.— 
Sisters 6. 

Holy Names, Provincialate, and Infirmary Sisters of 
the Holy Names, 1061 New Scotland rd., 12208.— 
Sisters 60, Sr. Elinor A. Sevigny, S.N.J.M., Prov. 
Supr. 

Presentation House Group Home, 1020 Madison ave. 
¢ 482-7523. 

Franciscan House, Mill Hill sisters, 1006 Madison 
ave., 12208. ¢ 482-1991. Regional House. Sister 
Clare Graham, Regional. 

Convent of the Holy Names—1061 New Scotland rd., 
12208. ¢ 438-7885. Sister Elinor A. Sevigny, 
S.N.J.M., Prov.; (Corporate Name: Sisters of the 
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary of the New York 
Province, Inc.). 

Congregation of Notre Dame, 17 Oneida terr., 12209. 
Sisters Eileen Flanagan, C.N.D.; Vivian Laufer, 
C.N.D.; Dorothy O’Brien, C.N.D. 

CASTELTON-ON-THE-Hupson. Provincial House, Junio- 
rate and Novitiate of the Sisters of Resurrection— 
Mount Saint Joseph, Castleton-on-Hudson, New 
York 12033. ¢ 732- 2226.—Sisters 35; Novices 2; 
Postulants 4. Sister Athanasia, C.R., Prov., Supr.; 
Sister Dolores., C.R., Directress of Novices; Sister 
Agnes, C.R., Local Supr; Rev. Juris Pudans, Chap. 
Res. 34 Boltwood ave. ¢ 732-7831. 

CoBLESKILL. Our Lady of the Atonement Convent. —41 
W. Main st., 12043. ¢ 234-2398. 7 Franciscan Sisters 
of Atonement. Religious Ed. Center, Sisters 2. 

GERMANTOWN. St. Teresa of Avila, Avila-on- the-Hud- 
son, 12526. ¢ 537-6249.—Mother-house and Noviti- 
ate. Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm. Rev. 
Mother M. Angeline Teresa, O.Carm., Superioress 
Gen. Professed Sisters 15; Novices 9; Postulants 8. 
Rev. John R. Lamont, O’Carm. (Ireland), Resident 
Chap.; Rev. Eugene Robitaille, SS.CC. 

LatuHAamM. Provincial House of the Sisters of St. Joseph of 
Carondelet, (Albany Province), 12110. ¢ 785-4575. 
Rey. William F. Bourdeau, Chap. Watervliet-Shak- 
er rd.—Sister Joan Teresa Groth, Provincial Superi- 
or. Sisters 194 at Provincial House; 867 in Province; 
Novices 2; Associates 5. 

LouponviLLe. Albany Co. Missionary Sisters of the Im- 
macculate Heart of Mary (I.C.M.) One Sister resid- 
ing in St. John the Baptist Parish, Greenville. 

Menanps. De Paul Provincial House. (Corp. Name: 
Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, N.E. 
Prov.). Daughters of Charity. 96 Menands rd., Alba- 


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ALBANY 


ny, 12204. ¢ 462-5593. Sister Mary Basil Roarke, 
Prov. Supr.: Very Rev. Joseph T. Tinnelly, C.M., 
Prov. Dir. 

Scuenectapy. Monastery of St. Teresa of Jesus of Dis- 
calced Carmelite Nuns, 428 Duane ave., 12304.— 
Rev. Mother John, O.C.D., Prioress. Professed Sis- 
ters 10; Out-Sister 1; Novices 2; Postulant 1. Attend- 
ed from St. Luke’s, Schenectady, N. Y. 

WATERVLIET. St. Colman’s Convent, 12189. ¢ 273-4911. 
Motherhouse and Novitiate of Sisters of the Presen- 
tation of the B.V.M. Mother M. Bernadette, 
P.B.V.M., Mother General. Rev. James Mackey, 
Res. Chap. 


[O] DIVISION OF CAMPUS MINISTRY 
(NEWMAN APOSTOLATE) 

Diocesan Director: Sr. Christine Partisano, C.S.J. ¢ 607- 
432-0796. Res., 25 Elm st., Oneonta, N.Y. Co-Dir., 
Rev. William Reittinger, 432 Western ave., Albany, 
N.Y., 12203. ¢ 482-0846. Office, Newman Hall, 77 
Spruce st., Oneonta, N.Y., 13820. Serving State Uni- 
versity College at Oneonta and Hartwick College. 

Avsany. University Heights, Albany. Rev. Charles Mur- 
phy, S.A., Chaplain. St. Michael Rectory, P.O. Box 
288, 36 Page ave., Cohoes, 12047. ¢ 237-5151. Serv- 
ing Albany Business College, Albany College of 
Pharmacy, Junior College of Albany. 

Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. Rev. John R. 
Burns. Res., St. Joan of Arc, Menands. ¢ 463-0378. 

New York State University at Albany, (Albany Col- 
legiate Interfaith Center, Inc.) with offices at 15 
Waverly place. McKownville (Albany), 12203. ¢ 
489-5873. Catholic Chaplains: Rev. William Ryan. 
Res., St. Madeleine Sophie Rectory, 3500 Carmen 
rd., Schenectady, 12303. ¢ 489-1561. Sr. Helen Mai- 
ley, Res., 42A College View dr., Loudonville, 12211. 
¢ 459-3561. 

CosLeskILL. New York State University Agricultural & 
Technical Institute at Cobleskill. Rev. Charles 
Lockwood. Res., St. Vincent de Paul Rectory, 19 Elm 
st., 12043. ¢ 234-2892. 

Detut. New York State University Agricultural & Tech- 
nical Institute at Delhi, Rev. Edward J. Ryan. Res., 
St. Peter’s Rectory, 8 Franklin st., 138753. ¢ 607-746- 
2503. 

Gens Fatis. Adirondack Community College. Rev. 
Thomas Kelly, Res., Our Lady of Annunciation Rec- 
tory, Glens Falls, 12801. ¢ 793-0727. 

Hunpson. Columbia Memorial Hospital School of Nurs- 
ing. Rev. Jerry Nunan. 429 E. Allen st., Hudson, N. 
Y., 12534. ¢ 828-1334. 

Jounstown. Fulton Montgomery Community College. 
Rev. Michael Schmitt. 149 S. Main st., Gloversville, 
12078. ¢ 725-3937. 

LouDONVILLE. Siena College. 12211. Chaplain: Rev. 
Thomas Burns, O.F.M. ¢ 783-2333. 

Onronta. New York State University at Oneonta and 
Hartwick College. Rev. Anthony J. Chiaramonte. 
Res., 77 Spruce st., 13820. ¢ 607-432-4400. Sister 
Christine Partisano, C.S.J. ¢ 432-0796. Res., 25 Elm 
st., 13820. ¢ 432-4400, Res., 25 Elm st., 13820. ¢ 
433-2220. Newman Hall, 77 Spruce st., 13820. ¢ 607- 
432-4400. Corporate Title, Oneonta Newman Foun- 
dation. 

Saratoca. Skidmore College. Revs. Harry Donaghy; 
Thomas Berardi. Res., St. Peter’s Rectory, 241 S. 
Broadway, 12866. ¢ 584-2375. 

Scuenectapy. Union College. Rev. Erwin Schweigardt, 
802 Union st., 12308. ¢ 372-3381. Sr. Patricia Para- 
chini, S.N.J.M., 816 Union st. ¢ 346-2898. 

Ellis Hospital School of Nursing, Rev. Kenneth 
Swain. Res., St. John the Baptist Rectory, 427 
Franklin st., Schenectady, N. Y., 12805. ¢ 374-9148. 

Schenectady County Community College. Sr. Patricia 
Parachini, S.N.J.M., Chap., 816 Union st., 12308. ¢ 
346-2898. 

Troy. Hudson Valley Community College. Rev. Harry 
Donaghy. Address, Hudson Valley Community Col- 
lege, 80 Vandenburgh ave., Troy, N. Y., 12180. (Col- 
lege) ¢ 283-1100. 116 Second st., Troy, 12180. ¢ 
271-7880. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Resident Catholic 

Chaplaincy. Parish of Christ, Son of Justice, Rev. 
Thomas Phelan, Pastor; Rev. John Quinn; Rev. Jo- 
seph J. Marchese. ¢ 270-6518. 
Priests Residence, 2008 19th st., Troy, N. Y., 12180. 
¢ 274-7793: Chapel and Cultural Center, Charles 
Saille, Director, Office hours 1-4 P.M. Monday 
through Friday. ¢ 274-7793. The Rensselaer New- 
man Foundation, John I. Millet, President; Rev. 
Thomas Phelan, Secretary Treasurer. Address Of- 
fice of the Resident Catholic Chaplain, Rensselaer 
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y., 12181. ¢ 270- 
6518. Corporate Title: The Rensselaer Newman 
Foundation. 

Russell Sage College. Rev. John D. Murnane, Taylor 
Apts., Bldg. No. 4, Apt. 7-D, Troy, 12181. ¢ 271-6956. 

Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing. Rev. Peter J. 
Sullivan. Office of the Resident Catholic Chaplain, 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y., 12181. 


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ALBANY 
¢ 270-6518. 


[P] MISCELLANEOUS LISTINGS 

Avpany. Abba Community (House of Prayer) Elizabeth 
Hoye, R.S.C.J., Dir., 647 Western ave., Albany, 
12203. ¢ 438-8320. 

Arbor House, 100 Clinton ave., 12210. ¢ 463-7905. 
Mary Ann LoGiudice, Dir. 

The Arts Center (Holy Names Campus), 1069 New 
Scotland rd., 12208. ¢ 438-7895. Sister Jeanette 
Christiance, Dir. 

The Bishops’ Memorial Foundation of the Roman 
Catholic Diocese of Albany, Inc., Alphonse J. Mar- 
celle, Pres., 465 State st., 12203. ¢ 462-5476. Organ- 
ized to perpetuate and further the charitable and 
philanthropic ideals of the Bishops of the Diocese. 

Catholic School Administrators’ Association of New 
York State, 41 State st., 12207. ¢ 434-1291. Bro. Pe- 
ter A. Pontolillo, S.M., Exec. Sec. 

Crusade for Family Prayer Inc., Dir.; Rev. Patrick J. 
Peyton, C.S.C.; Assoc, Dirs.; Revs. John J. Gurley, 
C.S.C., 773 Madison ave., Albany, New York, 12208. 
¢ 462-6458. 

The Family Rosary Inc., Dir.; Rev. Patrick J. Peyton, 
C.S.C., Assoc. Dir.; Rev. John J. Gurley, C.S.C., 773 
Madison ave., Albany, New York, 12208. ¢ 462- 
6458. In res., Rev. George De Prizio, C.S.C. 

Hospitality House—Halfway House Inc., Rev. Mi- 
chael J. Hogan, Exec. Dir., 527 Western avenue, 
12203. ¢ 438-6844. Therapeutic Community, 527 
Western ave., 12203. ¢ 438-6844; Joseph Wells, Dir. 
Alcoholic Halfway House, 6 Madison place, 12202. ¢ 
434-6468. Mr. James Harrigan, Dir. Psychiatric 
Hostel, 171 Lancaster st., 12210. ¢ 436-9307. Ms. Joy 
Devita, Dir. Childrens S. Main ave., 12208. ¢ 482- 

- 4874. Ms. Marion Misterman, Dir. of Children’s Ser- 
vices. 

New York State Council Catholic School Superin- 
tendents, 11 North Pearl st., Albany, N. Y., 12207. ¢ 
434-6355. J. Alan Davitt, Exec. Secretary. 

New York State Council of Catholic Charities Direc- 
tors, 11 No. Pearl st., Albany, N. Y., 12207. 434-3482. 
James A. Cashen, Exec. Secretary. 

New York State Catholic Conference. 11 N. Pear! st., 
Albany, N. Y., 12207. ¢ 434-6195. Charles J. Tobin, 
Jr., Secretary. 

Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary of New 
York Province, Inc. Education Retirement Program, 
1061 New Scotland rd., Albany, 12208. 

AURIESVILLE. Jesuit Retreat House for Priests, Religious 
and Lay People, 12016. ¢ 853-3033. Revs. Paul J. 
Gampp, 8.J., Superior and Director of The Retreat 
House: Lawrence M. Wilson, S.J., Dir. of Lay Re- 
treats; Francis C. Pfeiffer, S.J., Administrator; Rob- 
ert L. Fleig, S.J., Treasurer; Vincent P. McCorry, 
S.J., Retreat Masters; Ernest P. Hartnett, S.J., Secy. 
Priests 6; Brothers 6. 

Shrine of Our Lady of Martyrs, 12016. ¢ 853-3033. 
National Shrine of the Jesuit Martyrs of North 
America. Revs. Thomas F. Egan, S.J., Dir.; John M. 
Doolan, S.J.; Robert L. Fleig, S.J.; Raymond B. Ful- 
lam, S.J.; Timothy J. O’Dwyer, S.J.; Asst. Dirs.; Jo- 
seph McBride, S.J., V-Postulator Cause of K. 
Tekakwitha. 

Couoes. Sacred Heart Residence for Retired Priests, 75 
Adams ave., 12047. ¢ 237-8521. Revs. Michael 
Breen; John E. McNamara; George J. M: Keon; Pat- 
rick J. Tuffy. 

Apostolate for the Suffering, 2 Forest ave., 12047. 
Rev. David R. Testa, Chap. 

Fonpa, Tekakwitha Friary, Kateri Tekakwitha Shrine 
and The Mohawk-Caughnawaga Museum.—Rev. 
Ronald Schultz, O.F.M.Conv., Dir. Br. Berard Hof- 
mann, O.F.M.Conv., Assoc. Dir. R.D. 1, Box 6, 12068. 
¢ 853-3646. 

LittLe Fatys, Diocesan Committee for Catholic Charis- 
matic Renewal, Rev. John P. Bertolucci, Chairman, 
St. Joseph Church, 590 E. John st., Little Falls, 
13365. ¢ 315-823-3294. 

Holy Family Renewal Center, 639 E. John st., ¢ 315- 
823-1548. Retreats, seminars, workshops coordinat- 
ed by Tim and Eva Dorsey, Carole Hendry. Spiritu- 
al Directors: Revs. John P. Bertolucci; James 
Steuer; Robert W. Taylor. 

LouDONVILLE. Central Missions House. ¢ 465-7884. 
I.C.M. Missionary Sisters Development Depart- 
ment for Missions (Corporate Name: Missionary 
Sisters of The Immaculate Hearth of Mary of New 
York, Inc.). 

Niskayuna. Villa Fusco Montessori Day Care Center, 
955 Balltown rd., 12309. ¢ 372-5700. Daughters of 
Charity of the Most Precious Blood. Sister Rosalba, 
Supr. Capacity, 55. 

ScHENECcTADY. Dominican Retreat House (Corporation 
Name: Dominican Congregation of St. Catherine Di 
Ricci). 1945 Union st., 12309. ¢ 393-4169. Founded 
1948. Programming Retreats. Conferences. Work- 
shops. Spiritual Enrichment Programs. Hermitage 
available for Private Retreats. Capacity: Residence 
Facilities for 50, Non Resident: 65. Conducted by 


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Dominican Sisters. 

W.A.I.T.T. Houses; Inc., 1492-4 Broadway. 12306. ¢ 
346-8902. Tutoring, Guidance & Counseling Center. 
2 Youth Residences. Rev. Ralph D. DiPasquale, 
O.F.M., Dir. Immaculate Conception Church, Bradt 
st., Schenectady, 12306. ¢ 346-2381. Patricia 
McCarthy, Exec. Dir.; Patick Patriarcia, Pro. Dir., 
Troy. 

Stittwater. Still Point—House of Prayer operated by 
The Community of Still Point, Inc., Sister Sylvia 
Alicia Rosell, O.P., Directress. Box 641, 12170. ¢ 
587-7214. 

Troy. Seton Day Care Center and Satellites, 451 Fourth 
st., 12180. ¢ 272-4964. Daughters of Charity of St. 
Vincent de Paul. Sr. Marie Burns, Dir. Res., St. 
Jean’s House, 240 2nd. st., 12180. ¢ 273-7659. 


[Q] SUMMER CAMPS 

PYRAMID LAKE CAMpPsS, Paradox, N. Y., 12858.— (Marian 
Lodge and Tekakwitha, Pyramid Lake). A summer 
camp for Boys and Girls 6-16. Address inquires to: 
Office of Health and Social Services, 39 Philip st., 
Albany, 12207. ¢ 463-4411. 

Camp La SALLE, East Schodack, N. Y.—Conducted by 
the Brothers of the Christian Schools under direc- 
tion of LaSalle School, Inc., as camp for boys of 
LaSalle School, Albany. 

Camp Scutity.—Snyders Lake (Town of North Green- 
bush). ¢ 283-1617. Summer Camp for Children 8-14. 
Under direction of the Diocesan Office for Health 
and Social Services. Financed by Albany United 
Fund, the Albany Catholic Diocese and by Contribu- 
tions. 39 Philip st., Albany, 12207. ¢ 463-4411. 
Capacity 90 per each of the four encampments. 

AMSTERDAM CYO Day Camp, 75 Van Dyke ave., Am- 
sterdam, 12010. ¢ 842-6666. Conducted by Catholic 
Youth Organiation for children 5-12. Mr. David A. 
Dussault, Coordinator. 

SuNNYSIDE CENTER (Programs for Boys and Girls). In- 
galls ave., 9th st., Troy, 12180. ¢ 274-5986. Conduct- 
ed by Mercedarian Missionaries of Berriz, Sister 
Linda Teegarden, M.M.B., Executive Director. 

SUNNYSIDE CENTER G1RLS CuUuB. For girls 11 to 19 years 
old. Conducted by Mercedarian Missionaries of Ber- 
riz. ¢ 274-5986. 

Convent: Villa Maturana, 9th st., at Ingalls ave., 
12180. ¢ 274-5986. 

Corporate Name: Sunnyside Center, Inc. Order 
founded 1218, came to diocese 1956. 

Troy CYO Day Camp, Box 867, 237 Fourth st., Troy, 
12180. ¢ 274-2630. Sponsored by Troy Youth Organ- 
ization for Boys and Girls; 5-12 yrs. Raymond R. 
Piscitelli, Executive Director. Joseph Memole, Pro- 
gram Dir.; Maureen Rizzi, Exec. Secy. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN DIOCESE 

The number preceeding the tilte of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section, where further informa- 
tion regarding the community may be found. 

C.M. [40]—Congregation of the Mission (Eastern Prov- 
ince)—Loudonville, Residence. 

C.S.C. [26]—Holy Cross Fathers (Eastern Province)— 
Family Rosary and Crusade for Family Prayer, Na- 
tional Office, Albany. 

C.S.P. [47|—Paulist Fathers (New York)— Convent of 
St. Mary of the Lake, Lake George. 

C.SS.R. [51]—Redemptorist Fathers (Baltimore Prov- 
ince)—St. Clement’s Church, Mission House and In- 
firmary, Saratoga Springs. 

M.H.M. [83]—St. Joseph’s Missionary Society of Mill 
Hill (Mill Hill Missionaries)— Guilderland. 

M.S. [45] —Missionaries of Our Lady of La Salette 
(Province of Our Lady of Seven Dolors.)— La Sa- 
lette Novitate and Shrine, Altamont. 

O.Carm. [11]—Carmelite Fathers—St. Joseph’s, Troy. 

O.F.M, (21]—Franciscan Fathers, Order of Friars Mi- 
nor (Province of the Most Holy Name)—Siena Col- 
lege, Loudonville. 

O.F.M. [21)—Franciscan Fathers (Friars Minor Italian 
Province)—St. Anthony’s Friary, Catskill; Our Lady 
of Mt. Carmel, Hudson; St. Anthony’s, Troy; Our 
Lady of Mt. Carmel, Watervliet; St. Mary’s. Cemen- 
ton; Sacred Heart, Palenville; Immaculate Concep- 
tion Seminary, College of Philosophy, Troy. 

O.F.M.Conv [22]—Franciscan Fathers (Minor Conven- 
tuals, Province of the Immaculate Conception).— 
Our Lady of Angels, Albany; St. Mary’s, Nassau; St. 
Francis of Assisi, Northville; St. Anthony’s on the 
Hudson Seminary and Francisan Mission House, 
Rensselaer, SS. Cyril and Methodius Schenectady; 
Fonda. Catherine Tekakwitha Memorial Shrine 
and Tekakwitha Friary; St. Ceclia’s Mohawk; 
Caughnawaga Museum; St. Joseph’s Scholarie. 

O.S.A. [4]—Augustinian Fathers (Villanova, Pa.)— 
Cambridge; Greenwich; Hoosick Falls; Mechanic- 
ville; Schaghticoke; St. Augustine’s Troy; Water- 
ford. 

S.A.C. [41]—FPallottine Fathers (Society of the Catholic 
Apostolate)—St. Rita’s Sacred Heart, Cohoes; Glens 


¢ Area Code 518 unless otherwise indicated 


ALBANY 


Falls Hospital, Glen Falls. 

S.Ch. [96]—Society of Christ, Castleton, Resurrection 
Rest Home. 

S.J. [80]—Jesuit Fathers (New York Province). — 
Shrine of the Jesuit Martyrs of North America; Jes- 
uit Retreat House for Priests, Nuns and Laymen, 
Auriesville. 

S.S.S. [8]—Blessed Sacrament Fathers—Summer 
home, Diamond Point, N. Y., St. Joseph’s Parish, 
Broadalbin. 

C.F.C. [3]—Congregration of Christian Brothers (East- 
ern U. S.)—Schenectady, Notre Dame-Bishop Gib- 
bons High School. 

F-S.C. [5]|—Brothers of the Christian School (New York 
Province)—Christian Brothers Academy, La Salle 
School, Albany; La Salle Institue; Troy. 

C.S.C. [8]— Brothers of Holy Cross (Eastern Province)— 
St. Joseph Center, Valatie. 

Monks of the Brotherhood of St. Francis (Byzantine 
Rite Monastery) New Skete, Cambridge. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 

[8]—-Sisters of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin 
Mary.—Scuooits—Glens Falls; St. Alphonsus. 

[14A]—Carmelite Sisters for Aged and Infirm —Episco- 
pal Residence, Teresian House, Albany, N. Y., St. 
Teresa of Avila, Germantown, N. Y. (Motherhouse 
and Novitiate). 

[16]—Discalced Carmelites—INnst1TUTIONS— Schenec- 
tady; Monastery of St. Teresa of Jesus. 

[19]—Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul— 
ScHoo_s—Albany; De Paul Provincial House, Sister 
Mary Basil Roarke, Provincial Superior; Bishop 
Maginn High School; St. Catherine Child Care Cen- 
ter. Troy; St. Mary’s Hospital; Seton Center; St. 
Mary’s Parish Center. 

[33]—Sisters of the Good Shepherd, Albany, N. Y.—In- 
STITUTIONS—Albany: St. Anne Institute. 

[43C]Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of Our 
Lady of the Rosary of Sparkill— ScHoot—Guilder- 
land (Schenectady); St. Madeleine Sophie 

[43C]—Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St. 
Catherine de Ricci—CATECHETICAL CENTERS—AI- 
tamont; St. Lucy; Latham: Our Lady of Assumption; 
Schenectady: Our Lady of Fatima; Albany State 
University Campus Minister. InstrruTiIons—Sche- 
nectady; Dominican Retreat House. 

[52]—Congregation of the Sisters of St. Felix. — 
ScHoots—Amsterdam; St. Stanislaus. 

[54]—Franciscan Missionaries of Mary—lInstitv- 
TIONS— Palenville, Camp St. Helene. 

[55B]— Mill Hill Sisters (Franciscan Missionary Sisters 
of St. Joseph/—Albany: Franciscan House. 

[67]—Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement,— Catecheti- 
cal Schools—Amsterdam: St. Michael’s; Canajohar- 
ie: S.S. Peter and Paul; Cobleskill; St. Vincent de 
Paul: Scotia; Assumption: Schuylerville: Visitation: 
Rotterdam: St. Gabriel. 

[84]—Servants of the Holy Infancy of Jesus.— InstitTv- 
TIONS—Rensselaer: St. Anthony on the Hudson 
Seminary. 

Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood— 
East Greenbush: Holy Spirit School. 

[99]—Sisters of the Third Franciscan Order Minor Con- 
ventuals—ScHoo_s—Albany: Our Lady of Angels; 
St. Joseph’s Cohoes. 

[112]— Franciscan Sisters of Allegany, N. Y—ScHOOLS 
—Catskill; St. Patricks, Instrrution Albany; —Villa 
Mary Immaculate Nursing Home; Catskill: St. Jo- 
seph Villa. 

[135]—Sisters of Jesus Crucified and the Sorrowful 
Mother—Amsterdam; St. Casimir’s. 

(135]—Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. 
—ScHoo.ts—Albany: The Arts Center; St. Catherine 
of Siena; Delmar; St. Thomas; Schenectady; St. John 
the Evangelist; Albany: Academy of the Holy 
Names.— InstituT1IoNS—Provincial House and 
Novitiate. 

[153]—The Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate— 
REsIDENCE—Albany, 10C Dudley Park East, Alba- 
ny, N. Y., 12210. 28 Walnut st., Oneonta, N. Y., 
13820. 

[162]—Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin 
Mary.—ScuHooits—Albany: Sacred Heart; Frank- 
fort: St. Mary’s; Latham: St. Ambrose’s; Schenec- 
tady: St. Helen’s St. Paul the Apostle; Troy: Catholic 
Central High School.— Instirutions— Altamont: 
Bernard and Caroline Cobb School for Mentally Re- 
tarded Children; Watervliet: St. Colman’s Home for 
Children and Motherhouse. 

[164]—Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary (Scranton, Pa.—InstiruT1IoN—Albany: 
Mercy House. 

[168]—Sisters of Mercy (R.S.M.W—ScxHooits— Albany: 
Bishop Maginn High School, Blessed Sacrament, 
Holy Cross, St. Patrick’s, St. Teresa of Avila; Ball- 
ston Spa; St. Mary’s: Clinton Heights: St. Mary’s; 
Cohoes: Consolidated School, Keveny Memorial 
Academy; Ilion: Annunciation; Oneonta: St. Mary’s: 























ALBANY ———______——"_—————_ 90 


Rensselaer; St. John’s, St. Joseph’s; Scotia; St. Jo- 
seph’s: Troy: Catholic Central High School. Our 
Lady of Victory: Waterford: St. Mary’s: Watervliet: 
St. Patrick’s, Sacred Heart of Mary: Westmere: 
Christ the King. —CaTecHEeTICAL CENTER—Castle- 
ton: Sacred Heart: Ravena; St. Patrick’s: White Riv- 
er Junction Vt.; Sidney: Sacred Heart— 
InstiTuTions— Albany Arbor House, Albany Medi- 
cal Center Pastoral Care, Community Maternity 
Services, Convent of Mercy Motherhouse; Mercy 
High School; Maria College; Saint Peters Hospital. 

[170]—Mercedarian Missionaries of Berriz— Troy: St. 
Patrick’s: Sunnyside Center; Day Camp and Girls 
Club; Ministry to the Aged—Drop-in Lounge for 
teens. Religious Education in Parish. 

[171]—Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary—Missions—Greenville: St. John the Baptist. 

[177]—Religious Teachers Filippini—Scuoot —Sche- 
nectady: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. 

[185A]—Daughters of Charity of the Most Precious 
Blood—InstituTions—Niskayuna: Villa Fusco 
Montessosri Day Care Center. 

[188]— School Sisters of Notre Dame—ScHooLts — 
Saratoga Springs: St. Clement’s. 

[191]—Sisters of the Congregation De Notre Dame— 
ScHoot—Notre Dame—Bishop Gibbons, Diocesan 
Departrment of Religious Education, Albany High 
School, Schenectady. 

[197]—Little Sisters of the Poor—RESIDENCE FOR THE 
ELpERLY—Latham; Our Lady of Hope Residence. 

[205]—Sisters of the Resurrection—ScHoots—Albany 






Bishop tes -teccsengasets octocet epoca nvdos accaroutete=-eheteesore 1 
Retired) Bishop) c-c-.ssscsves-vs.c0ste.cacrnsestaeensese? 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 298 
Priests: Active outside dioceses .............++ 29 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent. ................ 71 
Diocesan Priests in foreign missions ........ it 
Religious Priests resident in diocese. ........ 158 
Religious Priests from your diocese 
in fOTeigN MISSIONS  .......:csseeseeeeeee 32 
rhotaléPriests off DiOCeSeiis.. terse. scan 588 
Priests from other dioceses ........cscssesseeeee 20 
Transitional Deacons (diisncscsihssetasssvtenecsssctee 3 
Permanent Deacons. .........-cccceeeesseeeeessesereeoes 22 
‘Total, Brothersi oe. Soi ih. stcactessesetere stor sagetoast 107 
Brothers in foreign MiSSiONS ..........::0++0+ 6 
TotaliSisters Os. otis... Deb cdecccc dees eho eh eaptascaes 1,300 
Sisters in foreign MiSSiONS ........csceseeeeeseees 42 
Ptr SHES tin t2e duasscects as ve sgnaee ns esis vavapenaetemcanentcd 203 
With; resident Pastor 4 ..is.:sc-c-denascsers-nnee 199 
Non-resident Pastor. .......sscssesecreeeneeeees 4 
Missions 49 
Stations .... ) 
Chapels 2 
Non-resident Chaplain 2 
Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 30 
Seminaries, Religious, or Scholasticates .. 5 
Students) Religious  <c.:.<0cs-.ccssessconsceooata 62 


St. Casimir’s; Cohoes: St. Michael’s; Schenectady: 
St. Adalbert’s; St. Mary’s; Watervliet: Immaculate 
Conception— InstTiTuTIONS—Amsterdam; Mount 
Loretto Convalescent and Rest Home: Castleton; 
Provincial House and Novitiate, Resurrection Rest 
Home. CaTECHETICAL CeNTERS— Castleton, Sacred 
Heart; Hagaman, St. Stephens; Nassau, St. Mary’s; 
New Lebanon, Immaculate Conception; Schodack 
Landing, Nativity, B.V.M.; Stuyvesant, Nativity of 
the Blessed Virgin Mary; Troy, Holy Trinity. 

[208]— Religious of the Sacred Heart—(Kenwood) Con- 
vent and The Doane Stuart School. 

[209]—Society of the Sacred Heart — INsTITUTIONS— 
Albany: Convent and Kenwood Alumnae Braille As- 
sociation Inc. 

(211]—Sisters of St. Ann—Scuoors—Kindergarden 
Cohoes; St. Marie’s. 

(219]—Sisters of St. John the Baptist—INsTITUTIONS— 
Cairo: Alphonsus Manor Rest Home CCD in 
Parishes. 

(221]—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet— ScHooLs— 
Albany; Bishop Maginn High School. St. James; 
Amsterdam: Bishop Scully High School. St. Mary’s; 
Cohoes, Keveny Memorial Academy; Glens Falls, 
St. Mary’s, Herkimer, St. Francis de Sales; Hoosick 
Falls, St. Mary’s; Hudson, St. Mary’s; Little Falls, 
St. Mary’s; Loudonville, St. Pius X: Mechanicville, 
St., Paul the Apostle-Assumption Central Grammar 
School: Saratoga Springs, St. Peter’s: Schenectady, 
Immaculate Conception St. Luke’s; Troy, Catholic 
Central High School. St. Anthony’s, St. Augustine’s 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 











TotaleSeminarians) weocce-ceeccstesceses vet en 92 
Colleges and Universities ........::sceeeeees 3 
Meni oy ckeseecascesvnvcdevsositeyvenes atausisvoeapesss 2,380 
Women) ii.tdcmmceetas 3,367 
Total Students 5,747 
High Schools, Diocesan and Parochial .... 9 
Boy Sibingiss. seetascepsesvantes-stuosehepeatre ese ten arss 1,870 
GST Sys haeceeg sep Region -ceccbateds casa eo aeeegs aes tae 2,226 
Total Students" itnnews pueee 4,096 
HighSchools; Private miescccnes-scrcverareceraras 4 
BOYS ipa reacccsstencuesscon tec mhaesroestaoneocommaratebey 1,053 
Gir) So Gace tebe seeseteap ances 767 
Total Students 1,820 
Elementary Schools, Parochial ................. 63 
Total Students". .ck6.10.s..gisrnsoraee 16,304 
Elementary Schools, Private .......:cseeeees 1 
Gigs geth. Bebeecah teat shins caohsatpescnetttes es 205 
TotalsStudents)t. .ts.tc-<¢40+.csexscaracamycneeot 205 
Protective Institutions .... 2 
Total&StudentSicectorcs.<tecoceeeck eee eeectneaier 251 
Public School Pupils in Special 
Religious Instruction Classes 
| High School Students ........cc.ceseeses 19,014 
Elementary Students ..........sccsssseeres 35,047 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 82,576 
Priests, Teaching (full time) ............:sseseese 7 
Brothers Teaching: stezccteticncst--attar.nccsyssceres 26 


C Area Code 518 unless otherwise indicated 





ALBANY 


St. Joseph’s, St. Patrick’s, St. Peter’s Sacred Heart: 
Watervliet, St. Brigid’s— INstrruTiIons—Albany: 
College of St. Rose, Amsterdam, St. Mary’s Hospital 
and School of Nursing: Latham, St. Joseph’s Provin- 
cial House, Seniorate and Novitate, Carondelet 
Educational Center—CATECHETICAL CENTERS— 
Fort Edward, St. Joseph’s: Hudson Falls, St. Mary’s: 
Wynantskill. St. Jude’s. —SpeciaL EpucaTION—— 
Albany: Cerebal Palsy Treatment and Educational 
facility. Edmeston: Otsego School. Latham: Ca- 
rondelet Educational Center. Schenectady: Clover 
Patch School. 

[231]— Venerini Sisters (M.P. V..ScHoots— Schenec- 
tady. St. Anthony’s, Sr. Elisa Brasili, Prin. 


DIOCESAN CEMETERIES 
St. Agnes Cemetary, Menads, N.Y. ¢ 463-0134. 
St. Mary’s Cemetery of Troy, Inc. Brunswik rd., Troy. ¢ 
272-0931. 
Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery, 2501 Troy rd., Schenec- 
tady. ¢ 374-5319. 
Calvary Cemetery, Rt. 9W., Glenmont. ¢ 465-3970. 


NECROLOGY 
+Breen, Michael E., Retired——Died Jan. 12. 1979. 
+Dziarnowski, Ignatius L., Amsterdam, N.Y., St. Stanis- 
laus Church. Died Sept 1, 1978. 
+Gazeley, James R., Retired ——Died Apr. 7, 1978. 
+Ryan, Lawrence, Retired——Died Jan. 28, 1979. 
+Smith, Charles C., Retired——Died July, 23, 1978. 


Sisters, TFeachingoov.ge-crye, teens nebapet we 292 
Paid Day: Veachers i. -ccscsanencecrseenenencueretateees 718 
Total: Teachers: inidiocese 2. cccssesreseacs-n= 1,043 
General: Hospitalsiy 22c.-.ctasvcecttvesteovyeoess = 4 
Bed. Capacity git snascve-cceosavanteeesteaeeses=-8a-> 1,057 
In-Patients treated annually .............+ 42,462 
Out-Patients treated annually _............ 293,818 
Total Patients 336,280 
Schools for nurses 1 
Student nurses 82 





Homes for Dependent Children ................ 4 


Resident, Boys) Miers comnsecttcreeiarertiee 287 
Resident :GirlSiy teen ctecee dotnet tacs 390 
Children in foster homes. .......::cesee0++ 40 
Total Dependent Children. ..............+..- 717 
Homes for invalid and aged ...........:::eeee t 
Guest) 3sdca tarantino 1,760 
Infant.-Baptisms'” ccs. -.cemresk eee vecteetrargtssaene 6,961 
Converts. ssscsessededeelonsstyssts<couertranthes.detopeoatenee 518 
Fotal. Baptisms) .itversccpepcsoeap spt ccee weeanaevas 7,479 
Marriages: Catholic @i.cucanstussccneavesererserevers 1,917 
Mixed  ...icss.secustlsqendecetacecsvenenaneeine cotestre 146 
Total: Marriages iitsaccclec..ccevewtes eure tones 2,063 
Deaths. ¥....0002..0525 adboelyagtauveacessteeseteest daueevatdates 5,018 
Total Catholic Population ........:::csceeeeseeee 408,648 
Total’ Population) c:.-srecuseue eter eeeeranetee 1,472,684 





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Diocese of Alexandria-Shreveport 


Most Reverend 
CHARLES P. GRECO, D.D. 


Former Bishop of Alexandria; ordained July 25, 1918; 

appointed January 15, 1946; cons. February 25, 1946. 

Retired May 22, 1973.—Res., 1805 Jackson st., Alex- 
andria, La., 71301. 


( Dioecesis Alexandrina-Sreveportuensis in Louis 





Most Reverend 
LAWRENCE P. GRAVES, D.D., J.C.L. 


Bishop of Alexandria; ordained June 11, 1942; appoint- 

ed Titular Bishop of Vina and Auxiliary of Little Rock 

Mar. 5, 1969; cons. Apr. 25, 1969; appointed Bishop of 

Alexandria May 22, 1973; installed Sept. 18, 1973. Res., 

St. Francis Xavier Cathedral Rectory, 626 4th st., Alex- 
andria, La., 71301. 


ERECTED AS Diocese OF NATCHITOCHES JULY 29, 1853; 

TRANSFERRED TO ALEXANDRIA AuGuST 6, 1910; REDESIG- 

NATED DIOCESE OF ALEXANDRIA-SHREVEPORT ON JANU- 
ARY 12, 1977. Square Miles 22,212. 


Comprises the northern part of Louisiana, with a Total 
Population of 1,083,132. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions, 
consult the Chancery Office. 





Series of Bishops—Rt. Rev. Aucustus M. Martin, 
cons. Nov. 30, 1853; died Sept. 29, 1875. —Rt. Rev. 
FRANCIS XAVIER LERAY, cons. Bishop of Natch- 
itoches, April 22, 1877; named Bishop of Janopolis, 
Coadjutor of New Orleans, and Administrator of 
Natchitoches, Oct. 23, 1879; promoted to the See of 
New Orleans, Dec., 1883; died Sept. 23, 1887. —Rt. 
Rev. ANTHONY Durier, D.D., cons. March 19, 1885; 
died Feb. 28, 1904.—Most Rev. CoRNELIUS VAN DE 
Ven, cons. Nov. 30, 1904; made assistant at the Pon- 
tifical Throne, Nov. 12, 1929; died May 8, 1932.— 
Most Rev. DANIEL FRANCIS DesMonpD, D.D., cons. 
Bishop of Alexandria Jan. 5, 1933; died Sept. 11, 
1945. 

Vicars General—Rev. Msgr. FREDERICK J. Lyons, P.A., 
V.F., P.O. Drawer 7598, Alexandria, La., 71306, ¢ 
318-445-3693; Rev. Msgr. WALTER E. Wa su, V.F., 
908 First National Bank bidg., Shreveport, 71101. ¢ 
227-1020. 

Chancery Office—2315 Texas avenue, P.O. Box 7417, 
Alexandria, La., 71306. ¢ 318-445-2401. Office 
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m. Mon- 
day through Friday except Holydays and holidays. 

Chancellor—Rev. STEVE J. TESTA. 

Vice-Chancellor—Rev. Msgr. CHARLES M. JEKELER. 

Matrimonial Tribunal—P.O. Box 7417, Alexandria, 
71306. ¢ 445-1917. 

Officialis—Rev. Msgr. CHARLES M. JEKELER. 

Shreveport Office—908 First National Bank bidg., 
Shreveport, 71101 . ¢ 221-1020. 
Executive Secretary—Rev. MICHAEL KAMMER. 
Vice-Officialis—Rev. Msgr. WALTER E. WALSH. 
eae all Rogatorial Commissions to Chancery Of- 
ice. 

Defensores Vinculi—Rev. Msgr. HENRY BECKERS; 
Revs. DANIEL WALSH; Harry O. BAKER; J. CARSON 
LaCaze; Puiuip F. MIcHIELs; MICHAEL P. KAMMER; 
Steve J. Testa; NorMAN C. BuveNns; Patrick Map- 
DEN. 

Promotor Justitiae—Rev. Harry O. BARKER. 

Synodal Examiners—Rev. Msgrs. ALLEN M. CHENE- 
VERT; GERARD J. DUCOTE. 

Pro-Synodal Judges—Rev. Msgrs. A. M. CHENEVERT; 
Betton A. SCALLAN; M. J. TYRRELL; HENry A. 
THOMPSON; Mozart PELLETIER; HENRY BECKERS; 
Revs. C. J. BERNHARDT; GERARD M. Fo.ey; DANIEL 
CorkeErRyY; CHARLES M. CLAYTON; JOSEPH R. INZINA; 
Carson LACAZE. 

Notaries—Revy. Msgrs. MARTIN TYRRELL; CHARLES M. 
JEKELER; WALTER EF. WA su, V.G.; Revs. H. GERALD 
BoRDELON; EARL PROVENZA; STEVE J. TESTA; C. 
Murray CLaytTon; PHILip F. MICHIELS; MICHAEL P. 
KAMMER; Mrs. JOAN Harpy; Mrs. GENEVIEVE 
Boyce; Miss DEBORAH ANN DEOROSAN. 

Procurator-Advocate—Rev. Msgrs. J. C. VANDEGAER; 
JOHN M. TIMMERMANS; Henry F. BECKERS; WIL- 
LIAM KWAAITAAL; Revs. EoMunpD J. Moore; War- 
REN LARROQUE; J RoBerT INZINA; BERNARD ZAGST; 
Patrick MADDEN; NORMAN C. BuvENs; JOSEPH E. 
MONTALBANO; MICHAEL P. KAMMER; PHILIP H. M1- 
CHIELS; EpwArRD Deasy; JOHN SCANLAN; DANIEL 
Watsu; AuGcust THompson; C. Murray CLAYTON; 


WILBuR G. CLOUTIER. 

Diocesan Consultors—Rev. Msgrs. FREDERICK J. Ly- 
ons, V.G.; Walter E. Walsh, V.G.; George Martinez; 
Revs. Harry O. Baker; Norman C. Buvens; Charles 
M. Clayton; Daniel M. Walsh. 

Diocesan Finance Committee—Rev. Msgrs. FREDERICK 
J. Lyons, V.G.; A. M. CHENEVERT; WALTER E. 
WALSH; GEORGE MARTINEZ; MOZART PELLETIER; 
Henry A. THomas; Revs. GERARD FOLEY; LEGAR 
TREMBLAY; CARSON LACAZE; NORMAN C. BUVENS; 
Harry O. Barker; Mr. E. V. Moors; Mr. WILLIAM 
C. Staas; JAMES McCKELveEy; RoBERT Eppy; Par S. 
Toop. 

Deanery Communications Directors—Revs. ROGER 
McMuLten; EArt G. BEAULIEU; D. BRUCE MILLER; 
Earw V. MILuer; EARL L. PROVENZA; KENNETH M. 
MATHEWS. 

Parish Priest Consultors—Rev. Msgrs. PauL Conway; 
Patrick MurpPHy; WALTER FE. WALSH, V.G.; HENRY 
A. THompson; Rev. GERARD FOLEY. 

Personnel Board—Rev. Msgr. JoHN J. WAKEMAN, 
Chairman; Rev. Puiuip F. Micutgts; Secretary; Rev. 
Msgrs. Mozart PELIETIER; Revs. Epwarp Deasy; 
Pau T. Ceasar; LEGER TREMBLAY. 

Rural Deans—Rev. Msgrs. Freperick J. LYONS; 
GrorGe W. MARTINEZ; WALTER E. WALsH, V.G.; 
Very Revs. Harry O. BARKER; NoRMAN C. BUVENS. 

Senate of Priests—Rev. DANIEL WALSH, Pres.; Rev. GrE- 
RARD Fo.ey, Vice-Pres.; Rev. LEGER TREMBLAY, 
Sec.-Treas.; Rev. Msgrs. FREDERICK J. Lyons, V.G.; 
Rev. Msgr. WALTER E. WaALsH, V.G.; JOHN J. WAKE- 
MAN; JOSEPH SUSI; JOHN TIMMERMANS; CHARLES M. 
JEKELER; Revs. STEVE J. TESTA; WARREN T. LAR- 
ROQUE; TERRY ALLEN; PAUL CESAR; PATRICK SCULLY; 
Vincent EtseEn, O.F.M.; JOHN WALSH, C.S.Sp.; GRaA- 
TIAN NOoSAL, O.F.M.; ANDREW COELS, C.I.C.M.; WAL- 
TER JENDRUSAK, O.S.B.; JoSsEPH BROWNING, C.S.Sp. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 

Adult Education—Rev. Pau Cassar, Dir., P.O. Box 
7417, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 445-1803. 

Archivist—Rev. WARREN T. LARROQUE, P.O. Box 7417, 
Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 445-6424. 

Campaign for Human Development—Rev. JOSEPH 
MontTALBANO, Moderator P.O. Box 240, Leesville, 
71446. ¢ 239-2656. 

Campus Ministry—Rev. Kevin Rog, O.F.M., Diocesan 
Moderator, 810 Carey st., Ruston, 71270. ¢ 255-2870. 

Catholic Charities—Rev. Msgr. Grrarp J. Ducortes, 
Dir., P.O. Box 5003, Alexandria, 71301. ¢ 445-6424 

Catholic Women Council of—Rev. Msgr. JOHN M. Tim- 
MERMANS, Dir., P.O. Box 1, Moreauville, 71355. ¢ 
985-2774. 

Catholic Youth Organization Center 2121 Texas ave., 
Alexandria, 71301. ¢ 445-5321. 

Cemeteries—Rev. WILLIAM O’HANLON, Dir., P.O. Box 
144, Shreveport, 71161. ¢ 221-5990. 

Censor—Vacant. 

Charismatic Movement—Rev. JosEPH MONTALBANO, 
Liaison, P.O. Box 240, Leesville, 71446. ¢ 239-2656. 

Church Vocation —Co-Directors: Rev. Msgr. JoHN J. 
WAKEMAN. ¢ 352-2615; Rev. D. Bruce MILER, Jm- 
maculate Conception Church, P.O. Box 13, Natch- 


¢ Area Code 318 unless otherwise indicated 


ttoches, 71457. ¢ 352-8155 or 352-3422. 

Commission for Church Music—Rev. Msgr. JosEPH M. 
Susi, P.O. Drawer 7056, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 442- 
6645. 

Communications—Rev. RoGeER McMULLEN, Dir., 600 
Maryhill rd., Pineville, 71360 . ¢ 640-1378. 

Confraternity of Christian Doctrine—Rev. Paut T. 
Cagsak, Dir., 2315 Texas ave., P.O. Box 7417, Alex- 
andria, 71306. ¢ 445-1803. 

Continuing Education for the Clergy—Rev. PAUL CAE- 
sar, Coordinator, P.O. Box 7417, Alexandria, 71306. 
¢ 445-1803. 

Devotions to the Sacred Heart—Rev. KENNETH WIL- 
LIAMS, Dir., 900 Daspit st., Alexandria, 71301. 445- 
3693. 

Disaster Preparedness—Rev. Msgr. HENRY F. BECKERS, 
Dir., P.O. Box 446, Vidalia, 71373. ¢ 336-5450. 
Eucharistic League, Priests—Rev. Msgr. JosEPH M. 
Sus!, Dir., P.O. Drawer 7056, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 

442-6645. 

Family Life Commission—Rev. GrERarRD Fotey, Dir., 
1755 Corbitt st., Shreveport, 71108. ¢ 636-3530. 
Fiscal Management—Mr. CHARLES K. JEANSONNE, 
Controller, P.O. Box 7417, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 448- 

0059. 

Holy Childhood Association—Rev. WARREN T. Lar- 
ROQUE, Dir., P.O. Box 7417, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 
445-6424. 

Legion of Decency—Vacant. 

Liturgy Committee—Rev. Msgr. JosEPH M. Susi, Chair- 
man, P.O. Drawer 7056, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 442- 
6645. 

Marriage Encounter—Rev. J. R. Inzrna; Mr. and Mrs. 
Cospy CoLeMAN, Regional Coordinators. P.O. Box 
7213, Shreveport, 71107. ¢ 222-2165. 

Newspaper “The Church Today’—Mr. At NassiF, Edi- 
tor, 2315 Texas ave., Box 7417, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 
445-1471. 

Prayer, Apostleship of—Rev. KENNETH WILLIAMS, Dir., 
900 Daspit st., Alexandria, 71301. ¢ 445-6700. 

Propagation of the Faith—Rev. Steve J. Testa, Dir., 
P.O. Box 7417, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 445-2401. 

Right to Life—Rev. Msgr. Russetu J. Ritcuie, Dir., 
P.O. Box 426, Cottonport, 71327. ¢ 876-2313. 

Rural Life Conference—Rev. Harry O. BARKER, Dir., 
P.O. Box 13, Natchitoches, 71457. ¢ 352-3422. 

Schools—Rev. WARREN T. LARROQUE, Supt., 2315 Texas 
ave., P.O. Box 7417, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 445-6424. 

Social and Ecumentical Ministry—Rev. Msgr. JOSEPH 
B. GREMILLION, Dir., P.O. Box 7213, Shreveport, 
71107. ¢ 222-2165. 

Vigilance Council of—The Rural Deans. 

Vicars for Religious—Rev. Msgr. JosEPH M. Susi, P.O. 
Drawer 7056, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 442-6645; Rev. 
RONALD Hopps, P.O. Box 5189, Bossier City, 71111. 
¢ 746-2508. 

Vicaress for Religious—Sister M. AGNESITA BROSNAN, 
P.O. Box 21976, Shreveport, 71120. ¢ 424-6411. 
Youth—Rev. Paut T. Ceasar, Dir., 2315 Texas ave., 
P.O. Box 7417, Alexandria, 71306. ¢ 445-1803. 





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ALEXANDRIA 


CLERGY, PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


CITY OF ALEXANDRIA 

1—Sr. Francis XAvieR CATHEDRAL, Rapides Parish, 
Rev. Julius G. Walle, Rector. In res., Most Rev. Law- 
rence P. Graves; Rev. Msgr. Charles M. Jekeler, 
Officialis; Rev. Steve J. Testa, Chancellor. 
Res., 626 4th st., 71301. ¢ 445-1451. 

2—Our Lapy or Prompt Succor, Rev. Msgr. Frederick 
J. Lyons, P.A., V.G., V.F.; Revs. Anthony N. Cumel- 
la; Jules L. Claes, C.I.C.M. 
Res., 401-21st st., P.O. Drawer 7598, 71306. ¢ 445- 
3693. 
School—Sisters of Divine Providence. 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 15; Pupils 587. 

3—Sr. Francis XAviER CasRINI, Rev. Msgr. Martin J. 
Tyrrell; Revs. Kenneth Roy. 
Res., 2207 East Texas ave., P.O. Box 5004, 71301. ¢ 
445-4588. 
School—Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. 
Sisters 8; Lay teachers 16; Pupils 565. 

4—Sr. James. Rev. William R. Hurney, C.S.Sp. 
Res., 714 Winn st. Box 666, 71301. ¢ 442-3367. 

5—Sr. JuLiana, 900 Daspit st., 71301. ¢ 445-6700. Rev. 
Kenneth A. Williams. 
Mission—W oodside, Holy Family. 

6—Sr. Rita’s, Rev. Msgr. Joseph M. Susi. 
Res., 214 N. 17th st. P.O. Drawer 7056, 71306. ¢ 
445-7120. 
School—Sisters of Charity of Nazareth (Ky.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 12; Pupils 302. 


CITY OF SHREVEPORT 

1—Ho ty Trinity, Caddo Parish, Rev. William O’Han- 
lon. 
Res., 315 Marshall st., Box 144, 71161, ¢ 221-5990. 
[CEM] 

2—Our LapDy OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT, Rev. Joseph 
L. Deniger, C.S.Sp. 
Res., 1558 Buena Vista st., 71101. ¢ 222-3790. 
School—Sisters of the Holy Ghost. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 229. 

3—Our Lapy or THE Hoty Rosary, Rev. Gerard M. 
Foley. 
Res., 1755 Corbitt st., 71108. ¢ 636-3530. 
School—Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows 4; Lay 
teachers 7; Pupils 286. 

4—Sacrep Heart or Jesus, Rev. Richard J. Lombard. 
Res., 4736 Lyba st., P.O. Box 9068, 71109. ¢ 635- 
PAA 

5—Sr. CATHERINE OF SIENA, Rey. Bernard L. Zagst; Jo- 
seph S. Hasieber. In res., Rev. Msgr. Henry A. 
Thompson. 
Res., 306 E. 71st st., P.O. Box 6390, 71106. ¢ 868- 
6506. 
School—Daughters of the Cross. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 238. 

6—Sr. JoHN BercuMans, Revs. Joseph E. Browning, 
S.J.; George B. Hamilton, S.J.; Donald G. Schisler, 
S.J.; Frederick B. Ponder, S.J.; George O. Twellmey- 
er, S.J. 
Res., 939 Jordan st., 71101. ¢ 221-5296. 
School—Daughters of the Cross. 
Priest 1; Sisters 4; Lay teachers 22; Pupils 516. 

7—St. Josepu, Revs. C. Murray Clayton; Rev. Mr. Jesus 
Oliva. In res., Rev. Msgr. Walter E. Walsh, V.G., 
V.F.; Revs. Michael P. Kammer; Franz Graef. 
Res., 216 Patton ave., Box 5188, 71105. ¢ 865-3581. 
Christian Service Center—700 Texas, 71101. 
Grace Center—Rooms 1015-1211, Fountain Towers, 
1846 Fairfield ave., 71104. 271 Patton, 71105. 
School—Lay teachers 22; Pupils 416. 

8—Sr. Mary oF THE Pines, Revs. Hugh J. Biggar; Ron 
Mathews. 
Res., 1050 Flournoy-Lucas rd., 71118. ¢ 687-5121. In 
res. at Stonewall: Rev. Msgr. J. C. Vandegaer, P.O. 
Box 122, Stonewall, 71078. ¢ Keithville 925-0951. 
Mission—Stonewall, St. Ann. [CEM] 

9—Sr. Pius X, Rev. Joseph Robert Inzina. In res., Rev. 
Msgr. Joseph B. Gremillion. 
Res., 4300 N. Market st., P.O. Box 7213, 71107. ¢ 
222-2165. 
School—Sisters of Divine Providence of St. Louis. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 195. 

10—Sr. THERESA, Rev. Charles J. Bernhardt. 
Res., 2711 Portland ave., P.O. Box 3853, 71103. ¢ 
631-0229. 
School—Daughters of the Cross. 
Sisters 1; Lay teachers 12; Pupils 202. 


OUTSIDE THE CITIES OF 
ALEXANDRIA AND SHREVEPORT 
Bastrop, Morehouse Parish, St. Joseph, Rev. Elstan J. 
Coghill, O.F.M. 
Res., 217 Harrington ave., 71220. ¢ 281-4327. 
Mission—St. Isidore, Bonita. [CEM] 
School—Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetu- 
al Help. 
Sisters 3; Brothers 1; Pupils 108. 
Our Lady Help of Christians, Rev. Bernardine Hahn, 


O.F.M. 

Res., 1602 W. Madison, 71220. ¢ 281-4902. 
School—Sisters of the Holy Family. 
Sisters 4; Pupils 70. 

Belledeau, (Hessmer P.O.), Avoyelles Parish, St. Martin 
of Tours, 71341. ¢ 563-4533. Re’. Adrian Molens- 
chot. [CEM] 

Bordelonville, Avoyelles Parish, St. Peter’s, Rev. James 
Roy. [CEM] 

Res., Rectory, 71320. ¢ 997-2151. 

Bossier City, Bossier Parish, Christ the King, Revs. Car- 
son LaCaze; William G, Allison; Kenneth M. Math- 
ews. 

Res., 425 McCormick st., 71010. ¢ 221-0238. 
Missions—Mary, Queen of Peace, Caplis; Mary, 
Queen of the Holy Rosary, Doyline. 
School—Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows. 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 10; Pupils 280. 

St. Jude, Rev. Ronald C. Hoppe. 

Res., 3800 Viking dr., East, P.O. Box 5189, 71111. ¢ 
746-2508. 
Mission—Benton, Mary, Queen of Heaven. 

Boyce, Rapides Parish, St. Margaret, Rev. Vincent Fer- 
rer Lux, O.P. 

Res., P.O. Box 367, 71409. ¢ 793-8811. [CEM] 

Missions—Flatwoods: St. Cyril. Attended by Rev. 
Antonio Villaverde, 4603 Gardner hwy, Alexandria, 
71301; Marco; St. John; Monet Ferry; Holy Family. 

Brouillette, Avoyelles Parish. St. Genevieve, Rev. An- 
drew Coels, C.I.C.M. [CEM] 

Res., Route 1, Box 183, Marksville, La., 71351. ¢ 
253-9237. 
Missions—Brouillette, St. James; Vick: St. Leo. 

Bunkie, Avoyelles Parish, St. Anthony of Padua, Rev. 
Msgr. Patrick J. Murphy; Revs. Edward Deasy; An- 
gelo Messina. 

Res., 409 St. John st., P.O. Box 719, 71322. ¢ 346- 
7274. [CEM] 

School—Sisters of Divine Providence. 

Sister 1; Lay teachers 8; Brothers of the Holy Eucha- 
rist 2; Pupils 227. 

Mission—Bunkie: Sacred Heart, St. Christopher. 

Campti, Natchitoches Parish, Nativity of The Blessed 
Virgin Mary. Rev. Harry O. Barker, Adm. In res., 
Rev. Msgr. Belton A. Scallan. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 408, 71411. In res., at Montgomery 
P.O. Box 158, 71454. ¢ 646-2244. Rev. Gregory J. 
Going, O.P. 

Missions—Trichel, Black Lake, Montgomery, St. 
Maurice. 

Cheneyville, Rapides Parish, St. Joseph, Rev. R. J. En- 
gelen. 

Res., P.O. Box 446, 71325. ¢ 279-4225. [CEM] 

Clarks, Caldwell Parish, St. Anne Church, Rev. Earl G. 
Beaulieu, Adm. 

Res., P.O. Box 295, 71415. ¢ 649-7109. 
Missions—Columbia: St. John; Olla: St. William. 

Cloutierville, Natchitoches Parish, St. John the Baptist, 

71416. ¢ 379-2231. Rev. Msgr. Mozart Pelletier. 
[CEM] 
Missions—Emmanuel: Holy Rosary: Gorum: St. 
Margaret Mary; attended by Rev. Antonio Vil- 
laverde. 4603 Gardner highway, Alexandria, La., 
71301. 

Colfax, Grant Parish, St. Joseph, Rev. Msgr. Paul Con- 
way. 

Res., 801 3rd st., P.O. Box 243, 71417. ¢ 627-5442. 

Cottonport, Avoyelles Parish, St. Anthony, Attended 
from St. Mary’s Assumption Church. Cottonport, 
La. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 426, 71327. 

St. Mary Assumption. P.O. Box 426. 71327. ¢ 876- 
3681. Rev. Msgr. Russell J. Ritchie. Sisters of the 
Most Holy Sacrament. 

School—Sister 1; Lay teachers 9; Pupils 118. 

Deville, Rapides Parish. St. John the Baptist, Rev. Al- 
fred Chlebowczyk. 

Res., P.O. Box 7, 71328. ¢ 466-5587. [CEM] 
Mission—Kolin: Sts. Francis and Anne. 

Dupont, Avoyelles Parish. Immaculate Conception. 
Rev. Jules Spriet, C.1.C.M. 

Res., P.O. Box 385, 71329. ¢ 922-3386. [CEM] 
Mission—Bodoc: St. Ann. 

Ebarb, Sabine Parish, St. Ann, Rev. Gilles Boyer. 
Res., Rt. 1, Box 28A, Noble, La., 71462. ¢ 645-9419. 
[CEM] 

Missions—Noble: St. Catherine. 

Echo, Rapides Parish, St. Francis de Sales, 71330. ¢ 
563-4530. Rev. Francis L. Loos, C.I.C.M. [CEM] 
Egg Bend (Marksville R.F.D.), Avoyelles Parish, Our 
Lady of Lourdes, Rev. I. C. DeKeukelaere, C.IL.C.M. 

[CEM] 

Res., R.F.D., Route 2, Box 262, 71351. ¢ 253-9936. 
Missions—Moncla, St. John the Baptist; Effle. St. 
Winifred’s. 

Evergreen, Avoyelles Parish./ Little Flower, 71333. ¢ 
346-2840. Rev. Wilfred Passchyn, C.I.C.M. [CEM] 
Mission—Goudeau: St. Charles. 


¢ Area Code 318 unless otherwise indicated 


Ferriday, Concordia Parish, St. Patrick, Rev. Louis A. 
Voorhies. 

Mission—Harrisonburg: St. Genevieve. P.O. Box 
369, 71334. ¢ 757-3834. 

Glenmora, Rapides Parish, St. Louis, Rev. William J. 
Pierce. 

Res., P.O. Box 326, 71433. ¢ 748-8324; ¢ 748-4737. 
[CEM] 
Mission—Elmer: St. Peter; Sieper: St. Jude. 

Grambling, Lincoln Parish, St. Benedict the Black, Rev. 
James Lyke, O.F.M. 

Res., 101 S. Main st., 71245. ¢ 247-6734. 

Hessmer, Avoyelles Parish. St. Alphonsus, Rev. William 
B. Provosty. 

Res., P.O. Box 236, 71341. ¢ 563-4550. [CEM] 

Hodge, Jackson Parish, St. Lucy’s, Rev. Terry E. Allen. 
[CEM] 

Res., P.O. Drawer 100. 71247. ¢ 259-2326. 
Mission—Winnfield: Our Lady of Lourdes. Rev. Ed- 
mond L. Gagne. 

Res., 1000 E-Lafayette st., Winnfield, 71483. ¢ 628- 
4349. 

Homer. Claiborne Parish. St. Margaret, Rev. Daniel M. 
Walsh. Adm. 

Res., P.O. Box 418. 71040. ¢ 927-2865. 
Mission—Haynesville: St. Michael. 

Isle Brevelle, Natchitoches Parish. St. Augustine’s, 
Revs. Thomas P. Brady, C.S.Sp.; Edward J. Ber- 
nacki, C.S.Sp. In res. Rev. [CEM] Francis J. Smith, 
CS. Sp. 

Res., Rt. 1, Box 46, Natchez, La., 71456. ¢7379-2521. 
Convent—Sisters of Divine Providence 3. 
Missions—Bermuda: St. Charles; Old River: St. 
Anne. 

Jena, Lasalle Parish, St. Mary, Rev. Bernard F. Ma- 
guire. 

Res., Second st., P.O. Box 11, 71342. ¢ 992-5326. 
Mission—Jonesville; St. Gerard. 

Kleinwood, Avoyelles Parish, St. Michael, Rev. James 
Roy, Adm. [CEM] 

Res., General Delivery, Bordelonville, 71320. 
Mission—Big Bend: St. Catherine. 

Lake Providence, East Carroll Parish, St. Patrick, Rev. 
Msgr. Francis J. Rateau. 

Res., P.O. Box 351, 71254. ¢ 559- 1276. 
School—Lay teachers 6; Pupils 127. 

Lecompte. Rapides Parish, St. Martin, Rev. Peter 
Norek. 

Res., P.O. Box 459, 71346. ¢ 776-2711. 
Mission—Woodworth: Mary, Mother of Jesus. 
Leesville, Vernon Parish, St. Michael, Rev. Joseph Mon- 

talbano. 
Res., 604 S. 5th st., P.O. Box 240, 71446. ¢ 239-2656. 

Mansfield, DeSoto Parish, St. Joseph, Rev. Leger Trem- 
blay. [CEM] 

Res., 305 Jefferson st. P.O. Box 760, 71052. ¢ 872- 
1158. 

Missions—Logansport: St. Jude; Carmel: Immacu- 
late Conception. [CEM] 

Mansura, Avoyelles Parish, Our Lady of Prompt Succor, 
Rev. August Thompson. 

Res., Escude st., P.O. Box 67, 71350. ¢ 964-2654. 
[CEM] 
Convent—School Sisters of Notre Dame, Imani 
House, Box 67. ¢ 964-2720. 

St. Paul the Apostle, Rev. Earl V. Provenza. [CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 130, 71350. ¢ 964-2921. _ 

Many, Sabine Parish, St. John the Baptist, Rev. Gustave 
Bergeron. [CEM] 

Res., 1130 E. San Antonio ave., 71449. ¢ 256-3303. 

Marksville, Avoyelles Parish, Holy ‘Ghost, Rev. John J. 
Walsh, C.S.Sp. [CEM] © 
Res., 108 S. Preston st., 71351. ¢ 253-7131. 
Mission—Hickory Hill; St. Richard. 

St. Joseph’s, Revs. Norman C. Buvens; John Scanlan; 
[CEM] Anthony Kerrigan. 
Res., 303 S. Washington, 71351. ¢ 253-7561. 

Minden, Webster Parish, St. Paul, Rev. Daniel M. 
Walsh. 

Res., 402 Broadway, 71055. ¢ 377-5364. 
Mission—Ringgold: Blessed Sacrament. 

Monroe, 

1—Ouachita Parish, Jesus the Good Shepherd, Rev. Ed- 
mund J. Moore. 

Res., 2510 Emerson st., 71201. ¢ 325-7549. 
School—Daughters of the Cross. : 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 275. 

2—Little Flower of Jesus. Revs. Lambert Leykam, 
O.F.M.; Cassian Nothbauer, O.F.M.;' John Eaton, 
O.F.M.; In res., Rev. Andrew Keller, ‘OFM. 
Res., 616 S. 16th, 71202. ¢ 322-1224. 
School—Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetu- 
al Help. 

Priests 2; Sisters 5; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 300. 
3—Our Lady of Fatima, Revs. H. Gerald Bordelon; Pat- 

rick J. Madden. 

Res., 3205 Concordia, P.O. Box 4136, 71203. ¢ er 

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ALEXANDRIA 


School—Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetu- 
al Help. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 244. 
4—St. Joseph, Rev. Patrick Cahill. 
Res., 506 Benton ave., P.O. Box 1203, 71202. ¢ 325- 
4527. 
5—St. Matthew, Rev. Msgr. George W. Martinez, V.F.; 
In res., Rev. Earl G. Beaulieu. 
Res., 121 Jackson st., P.O. Box 33, 71201. ¢ 323-8878. 
[CEM] 
Moreauville, Avoyelles Parish, Our Lady of Sorrows, 
Rev. George W. Dolan, C.S.C. 
Res., P.O. Box 7, 713855. ¢ 985-2311. [CEM] 
Sacred Heart, 71355. ¢ 985-2774. Rev. Msgr. John M. 
Timmermans. [CEM] 
Res., Route 1, Box 1. 
School—Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 10; Pupils 267. 
Natchitoches, Natchitoches Parish, Holy Cross, Rev. 
Msgr. John J. Wakeman. 
Res., 129 2nd st., 71457. ¢ 352-2615. 
Immaculate Conception, Revs. Harry O. Barker, 
V.F.; D. Bruce Miller. [CEM] 
Res., 145 Church st., P.O. Box 13, 71457. ¢ 352-3422. 
School—Lay teachers 14; Pupils 289. 
High School—Lay teachers 13; Pupils 210. 
St. Anthony, 911-5th st., Rev. Thomas A. Dolan, 
C.S.Sp. 
Res., P.O. Box 432, 71457. ¢ 352-2559. 
Oak Grove, West Carroll Parish, Sacred Heart, Rev. 
Jean Marie Germain. [CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 419, 71263. ¢ 428-2683. 
Pineville, Rapides Parish. Sacred Heart, Revs. Philip F. 
Michiels; James A. Foster. 
Res., 600 Lakeview, P.O. Box 467, 71360. ¢ 445-2496. 
Missions—Wardville: St. John. 
Plaucheville, Avoyelles Parish, Mater Dolorosa, Rev. 
Msgr. Marcel J. Anderson. 
Res., P.O. Box 1, 71362. ¢ 922-3131. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of Divine Providence 1; Brothers of 
the Holy Eucharist 4; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 156. 
High School—Brothers of the Holy Eucharist 1; Sis- 
ters 2; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 112. 
Powhatan, Natchitoches Parish, St. Francis, Rev. Msgr. 
A. M. Chenevert. [CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 645, 71066. ¢ 352-5051. 
Missions—Coushatta, St. George; Spanish Lake, St. 
Ann. 
Rambin, DeSoto Parish, St. Mary Church, Rev. J. C. 
Yves Robitaille. 
Res., Route 1, Pelican, La., 71063. ¢ 755-2454. 
[CEM] 
Missions—Converse: Our Lady of Perpetual Help; 
Pleasant Hill: St. Terence. 
Rayville, Richland Parish, Sacred Heart, Rev. Herve A. 
Lajoie. 
Res., 316 Francis st., P.O. Box 717, 71269. ¢ 728- 
2445. 
Mission—Delhi: St. Theresa. 
Ruston, Lincoln Parish, St. Thomas Aquinas, Revs. Vin- 


[A] ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, 
INTERPAROCHIAL 
MaRKSVILLE. Marksville Catholic School, 71351. ¢ 253- 
6932 or 253-7440. Sisters of the Holy Family. Sisters 
5; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 234. 


[B] HIGH SCHOOLS, DIOCESAN 

ALExANDRIA. Holy Savior Menard Central, Grades 9 
through 12. 4603 Gardner Highway, 71301. ¢ 445- 
8233. Sister Michael Rose Stanzel, C.D.P., Prin.; Sis- 
ter Imelda Gonzalez, C.D.P., Asst. Prin. Priests 2. 
Revs. Antonio Villaverde; Thomas Jezak. In res., 
Rev. Warren T. Larroque. Sisters of Divine Provi- 
dence. Sisters 5; Lay teachers 31; Pupils 717. 

Monroe. St. Frederick High School, Grades 9 through 
12. 3300 Westminster, 71203. ¢ 323-9636. Sister 
Mary Clarice Faltus, O.S.F., Prin. Franciscan Sis- 
ters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Sisters 4; Lay 
teachers 16; Pupils 281. 

Sureveport. Notre Dame, Grades 7 through 12. 2932 
Murphy st., 71103. ¢ 424-3364.—Sisters of the Holy 
Ghost. (Convent: 425-1060). Mr. Edgar J. Wiley, 
Prin.; Sr. Theresa O’Toole, Superior. Sisters 5; Lay 
teachers 8; Pupils 161. 


([C] HIGH SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 
SHREveEpoRT. Jesuit High School, 923 Jordan st., 71101. 
¢ 221-2675.—Mr. Robert H. Ernst, Principal; Revs. 
Edward Coles, S.J., Supr.; William Kidwell, S.J.; J. 
N. Folzenlogen, S.J.; Julius J. May, S.J. Priests 4; 
Brother 1; Lay teachers 23; Pupils 421. 

St. Vincent’s Academy, 3500 Fairfield ave., 71104. ¢ 
861-7689.—Daughters of the Cross. Sister Margaret 
Rose Cano, D.C., Prin. Sisters 9; Lay teachers 15; 
Pupils 301. 


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cent Elsen, O.F.M.; Ardwin Hiller, O.F.M. In res., 
Rev. Kevin Roe, O.F.M. 
Res., 810 Carey ave., 71270. ¢ 255-2870. 

St. Joseph, Tensas Parish, St. Joseph, Rev. John H. Cun- 
ningham. 

Res., P.O. Box 198, 71366. ¢ 766-3565. 
Missions—Waterproof: St. Francis of Assisi; Ne- 
wellton: St. John. 

Simmesport, Avoyelles Parish, Christ the King, Rev. 
Harvey J. Fortier. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 186, 71369. ¢ 941-2381. 

Springhill, Webster Parish, Sacred Heart, Rev. Arman- 
do Fuoco. 

Res., P.O. Box 753, 71075. ¢ 539-4919. 

Tallulah, Madison Parish, St. Edward, Rev. Msgr. Mat- 
thew J. Scanlon. 

Res., E. Bayou dr., P.O. Box 1308, 71282. ¢ 574-1677. 

Tioga, Rapides Parish, Immaculate Heart of Mary, 
Revs. Wilbur Cloutier; Leo Van Hoorn. 

Res., P.O. Box 687, 71477. ¢ 640-9446. 
Mission—Fishville: St. Edward. 

Vidalia, Concordia Parish, Our Lady of Lourdes, Rev. 
Msgr. Henry F. Beckers. 

Res., 503 Texas st., P.O. Box 446, 71373. ¢ 336-5450. 

Vivian, Caddo Parish, St. Clement, Rev. Warner John 
Kiley. 

Res., 819 N. Pine, P.O. Box 511, 71082. ¢ 375-2789. 
Mission—Oil City, St. John the Baptist. 

West Monroe, Ouachita Parish, St. Paschal, Revs. Kevin 
Domas, O.F.M.; Gracian Nosal, O.F.M. In res. at 
Farmerville: Rev. Normand Bielicke, O.F.M. P.O. 
Box 75, 71241. ¢ 368-9239. 

Res., 711 N. Seventh st., P.O. Box 1227, 71291. ¢ 
323-1631. [CEM] 

School—Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetu- 
al Help. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 170. 
Missions—Calhoun, St. Francis; Farmerville, Our 
Lady of Perpetual Help. 

Winnsboro, Franklin Parish, St. Mary, Rev. Daniel 
Corkery. 

Res., 1712 West st., 71295. ¢ 435-5658. 
Mission—Fort Necessity, St. Patrick. 

Zwolle, Sabine Parish, St. Joseph, Rev. Patrick A. Scul- 
ly. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 8, 71486. ¢ 645-9852. 
School—Sisters of the Holy Ghost. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 142. 


CHAPLAINS OF INSTITUTIONS 

ALEXANDRIA. Rev. John Jadaa, B.S., Chap., Veterans 
Administration Hospital. Shreveport Highway, 
71301. Rev. Louis Gagnard, Aux. Chap. England Air 
Force Base, 71301. Rev. Serafin Glasnovic, Chap., 
Rapides General Hospital. Res., Maryville, 600 
Maryville rd., 71360. 

GRAMBLING. Rey. James Lyke, O.F.M., Chap. Student 
Center. P.O. Box 381, 71245. 

Monroe. Rev. Sam Polizzi, Chap., Catholic Student 
Center at Northeastern State University. 911 Uni- 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE 


[D] GENERAL HOSPITALS 

ALEXANDRIA. St. Frances Cabrini Hospital. ¢ 487-1122. 
—Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word 21. Sister 
M. Annette McDonagh, Supr.; Sister M. Eymard O’- 
Connor, Adm. Bed capacity 254; Patients during the 
year; In 13,270; Out 22,373; Total 35,643. Rev. An- 
thony N. Cumella. 

Monroe. St. Francis Hospital. ¢ 325-2611.— Franciscan 
Missionaries of Our Lady 14. Mr. James Hice, 
C.E.O.; Sister M. Pauline, Supr. Bed capacity 348; In 
Patients 17,224; Out 31,718; Total 48,942. Rev. Gau- 
dence Schroeder, O.F.M., Chap. 

NEWELLTON. St. Charles Hospital of Tensas Parish, P.O. 
Box 626, 71357. ¢ 467-5421.—Sisters of Charity of 
the Incarnate Word 7. Sister Mary Faustina Denne- 
hy, Adm.; Sister M. Lelia McNamara, Supr. Bed 
capacity 30; In Patients 749; Out 1,151; Total 1,900. 

SHREVEPORT. Schumpert Medical Center, 915 Margaret 
pl., P.O. Box 21976, 71120. ¢ 227- 4500.—Established 
1911. Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word 25. 
Sister M. Agnesita Brosnan, Adm.; Sister M. Bertille 
Sullivan, Supr. Bed capacity 581; Patients during 
the year; In 23,557; Out 64,036; Total 87,593. Cyril 
C. Miesch, S.J., Chap. 


[E] PROTECTIVE INSTITUTIONS 

ALEXANDRIA. St. Mary’s Residential Training School 
for Retarded Children—P.O. Drawer 7768, 71306. ¢ 
445-6443. Institute of Teachers of Our Lady of Sor- 
rows 9; Lay teachers 15; Trainers 66; Attendants 21; 
Sister M. Antoinette Baroncini, O.L.S., Adm., Beds 
150; Pupils 141. 

Sureveport. Holy Angels Institute. ¢ 861- 4519.—10450 
Ellerbe rd. Sisters of Our Lady of Sorrows. Sister M. 
Zita, Dir. Sisters 7; Trainers 6; Attendants 46; LPN’s 
3; Pupils 165. 


¢ Area Code 318 unless otherwise indicated 


ALEXANDRIA 


versity ave., 71201. Rev. Robert Leonhardt, O.F.M., 
Chap., Louisiana Training Institute, P.O. Box 1631, 
71201. 

NATCHITOCHES. Rev. Msgr. John J. Wakeman, Chap., 
Catholic Student Center, Northwestern State Col- 
lege. 129 Second st., 71457. 

PINEVILLE. Rev. Walter Jendrusak, O.S.B., Chap., Cen- 
tral State Hospital. W. Shamrock ave., 71360. 
Ruston. Rev. Vincent Elsen, O.F.M., Chap., E. Donn 
Piatt Catholic Student Center, 600 S. Thornton st., 

71270. 

SHREVEPORT. Rev. Cyril C. Miesch, S.J., Chap., Schum- 
pert Memorial Hospital. 915 Margaret pl., 71101. 
Rev. Franz J. Graef, Chap., Shreveport Campus 
Ministry, P.O. Box 5188, 71105. 


Absent on leave: Revs. 
Edward Deevy; 
Frank S. Foret. 


Retired— 
Reverend Monsignors— 
Broussard, Milburn J. 
Kwaaitaal, William 
Scallan, Belton A. 
Vandegaer, J. C. 
Reverend Fathers— 
Antlitz, Luis 
Bordelon, Vernon 
Gayer, John 
Knapp, Robert 
LaCour, Hardie J. 
Lawrence, R. V. 
Ryan, John 
Scallan, Emeric B. 


At Studies: Revs. 
Cornelius O’Brien, Catholic Univ. 


On duty outside the Diocese: Revs. 
Thomas J. Fey, Chap. U. S. Air Force; 
Denis Casey, 
Walter Ebarb, Chaps. U. S. Navy; Rev. 
Msgr. Thomas C. Early, U. S. Army; Rev. 
Msgr. Roland Bordelon, USCC Relief Services, New 
York, N.Y.; Revs. 
Joseph P. Scherer, VA Hospital Chaplain, Biloxi, 
Miss.; 
Paul Smith, Holy Angels School, Chicago, II1.; 
Michael Hannon, St. Luke Church, Whitestone, New 
York; 
Russell J. Lemoine, Amuzgos, Oaxaca, Mexico; 
C. C. Burleigh, Catholic Student Center, LSU-E, Eu- 
nice, La.; 
Warren Cooper, St. Mark Church, Chalmette, La.; 
William Allen, St. Joseph Church, Miami Beach, 
Fla.; 
Nino Viviano, 825 Vandalia, Collinsville, Ill. 


[F] HOMES FOR AGED 

Monrok. St. Joseph’s Home for the Aged, 2301 Sterling- 
ton rd., 71203. Operated by the Diocese of Alex- 
andria. ¢ 323-3426—Mr. H. Werner Wolf, Adm. 
Aged residents 119. 

NEWELLTON. St. Charles Nursing Home, P.O. Box 508, 
71357. ¢ 467-5919. Sisters of Charity of the Incar- 
nate Word 1. Mrs. Louise Crain, Administrator; 
Rev. John Cunningham, Chap. Aged residents 52. 


[G] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES FOR 
SISTERS 
Boyce. Marian Society of Dominican Catechists, 71409. 
¢ 793-8836.—Catechetical Center and Novitiate. 
Sister M. Therese, Supr. Sisters 6; Lay Associate 1. 
SHREVEPORT. Motherhouse of the Daughters of the Cross 
in America.—Established 1855. 1000 Fairview st., 
71104. ¢ 869-3482. Sister Marietta Welsh, Supr. Sis- 
ters 41; Novices 2; Postulant 1. 


[H] RETREAT HOUSE 
PINEVILLE. Maryhill Retreat House, 600 Maryhill rd., 
71360. ¢ 640-1378. Rev. Roger McMullen, Dir.; Mrs. 
Frances Hall, Sec.- Registrar. 


{I] CATHOLIC CHARITIES 
ALEXANDRIA. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Alexandria, 
Inc.—2203 Texas ave., P.O. Box 5003, 71301. ¢ 445- 
1424. Rev. Msgr. Gerard J. Ducote, Dir.; Rev. Msgr. 
Russell J. Ritchie, Asst. Dir.; Mrs. Josephine Gan- 
delman, Dir. of Case Work; Mrs. Gert Beavers, 
Supr. of Family Services; Marie F. Powe, Adm. Asst. 

















ALEXANDRIA 


[J] BRANCH OFFICES 

Mrs. Geraldine L. Voinche, Catholic Charities of 
Avoyelles, Rt. 2, Box 11, Marksville, 71351. ¢ 253- 
6922. 

Mrs. Vita J. Maxwell, Catholic Charities of Monroe, 307 
Isabella, Monroe, 71201. ¢ 387-0353. 

Mrs. Lillie Tauzin, Catholic Charities of Natchitoches, 
619 2nd st., 71457. ¢ 357-8889. 

Mr. Andre L. LaRochelle, Catholic Family Services, 
3109 Alexander, Suite 120, Shreveport, La., 71100. 
¢ 869-3241. 


[K] MISCELLANEOUS 
SHREveEpORT. Society of St. Vincent de Paul, St. John 
Berchmans Conference, 939 Jordan st., 71101. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 
The number preceeding the title of the Order refers 
to the Religious Order Section, where further infor- 
mation regarding the Community may be found. 

C.L.C.M. [72]—Immaculate Heart of Mary Mission So- 
ciety—St. Genevieve, Brouillette; Immaculate Con- 
ception, Dupont; St. Francis de Sales, Echo; Our 
Lady of Lourdes, Egg Bend; Little Flower of Jesus, 
Evergreen. 

C.S.Sp. [29]—Fathers of the Holy Ghost (Western Prov- 
ince)—St. James, Alexandria; St. Augustine, Isle 
Brevelle; Holy Ghost, Marksville; St. Anthony, 
Natchitoches; Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, 
Shreveport. 

O.F.M. [21]—Franciscans (Sacred Heart Province). 
—St. Joseph, Our Lady Help of Christians, Bastrop: 
St. Benedict, Grambling; Little Flower of Jesus, 
Louisiana Training Institute, St. Francis Hospital, 
Monroe: St. Thomas Aquinas, Ruston: St. Paschal, 
West Monroe. 





BISHOP yf oo secenscsessoncesscsooussacssvarerouteraasragssesigucere 1 
Retired Bishop sym ce cesssnseent noted eee ee 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 92 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ................ 14 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent ................ 14 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 44 
Religious Priests from your diocese 
IN JOLEIRNM MISSIONS | acgacese ess =-teedeee 2 
Total”Priests of DiOCeSete..c a eencescee sees 166 
Priests fromiother Gi0CeSes igecessseeesteresaseescs 3 
“UTAanSitiOnaMCACONS” cares occesttetesa.-scsecsteecsns 1 
TOtal Brothers” 20h: ccctae crest ttees csc nbee terres 12 
STOtAIUSISLEES Micrtee cece saeeaecee te eee 222 
Legh) ae it Ma ee Oa re 84 
With resident) Pastor’... .-os-secceecesettenee 80 
Non-resident’ Pastotw isso anteater 4 
Missions 54 
Stations sal 
Chapels 47 
With resident Chaplain «0.0.00... 4 
Non-resident Chaplain ..............:0000 43 








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C.S.C. [26]—Holy Cross Fathers (Southern Province) 
Our Lady of Sorrows, Moreauville. 

O.P. [48]—Dominican Fathers (St. Albert the Great 
Province)—St. Margaret, Boyce. Patrick, Montgom- 
ery; St. 

O.S.B. [7]—Benedictine Fathers (Lisle, Ill.)\— Central 
La. Hospital, Pineville. 

S.J. [30]—Jesuit Fathers (New Orleans Province) —St. 
John Church and Jesuit High School, Shreveport. 

F.S.E. [17]—Brothers of the Holy Eucharist (Alex- 
andria)—Our Lady’s Novitiate, Plaucheville; St. An- 
thony School, Bunkie; st. Joseph School, 
Plaucheville. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 

[5]—Benedictine Sisters of Pontifical Jurisdiction (Fer- 
dinand, Ind.)—INstirutTlon—Grambling State Uni- 
versity. Reticious Epucation—Grambling: St. 
Benedict the Black Parish. 

[18A] Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incar- 
nate Word—InstitruTions— Alexandria: St. 
Frances Xavier Cabrini Hospital. St. Frances Ca- 
brini School: Newellton: St. Charles Hospital of Ten- 
sas Parish, St. Charles Nursing Home; Shreveport: 
Schumpert Memorial Hospital. 

[22]—-Sisters of Charity of Nazareth—Scuooit— Alex- 
andria: St. Rita’s. 

[34]—Daughters of the Cross—ScHoots— Monroe: 
Jesus, Good Shepherd, Shreveport; St. Catherine, 
St. John Berchmans, St. Theresa’s.—INSTITUTIONS 
—Shreveport: Motherhouse and Novitiate; St. Vin- 
cent Academy. 

[39C]—School Sisters of Notre Dame—ScHooL—Man- 
sura: Our Lady of Prompt Succor. 

[59]— Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady (Calais)— 
INstiTUTION—Monroe: St. Francis Hospital. 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 


Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 17 
TotaliSemimarians: G2e.csccccacosasassesvencsartee 17 
High Schools, Diocesan and Parochial_ .... 5 
BOYS: § dese szcesssch covenve suse tarnees <tectesuapticensasess 697 
Girls hi eka sd conden aoe 784 
TotalaStudents pascecerscoteeeee ee ote 1,481 
High Schools Privates oor... tecusecencse os y) 
BOY Saets scat severe ster ehesectsotessosearneetscmnapuse 421 
iT Se ee a A ee oe 301 
MOtalESUUGEMES sucwses ctee-ccs.ccakarcrcesteesacere 122: 
Elementary Schools, Parochial ................+. 25 
pL OUale SLUCEN tS cc. cher sceettecoheesteseserestrtess ee 6,543 
PLOtGGLiver IMS CiCULIONS setrerecescceremeeaceteaee eaacs 2 
TOLAIOLUGENtS giew-.ctecss tu corarencceeee eee 306 


Public School Pupils in Special 
Religious Instruction Classes 


Hign School:Students.0 es.2. csc cssenae. 2,636 
Blementany Students, cicero 7,666 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 195371 
Priests, Teaching ‘(full time)” -22 0 c0ie..-- 6 
Brothers leaching gr tess .tce.scaverenverces eres 8 


¢ Area Code 318 unless otherwise indicated 


ALEXANDRIA 


[63]—Franciscan Sisters of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. 
—ScuHoots—Bastrop: St. Joseph, Monroe; Little 
Flower, Our Lady of Fatima; St. Frederick High 
School; West Monroe; St. Paschal. 

[120]—Sisters-Servants of the Holy Ghost and Mary Im- 
maculate—ScHoo_s—Shreveport: Our Lady of the 
Blessed Sacrament, Notre Dame; Zwolle: St. Joseph 
School. 

[122]—Sisters of the Holy Family—Scuoots—Bastrop: 
Our Lady Help of Christians; Marksville: Marks- 
ville Catholic. 

[181]—Sisters of the Most Holy Sacrament— ScHoot— 
Cottonport: St. Mary. 

[199]—Sisters of Divine Providence of San Antonio . 
—Scuoois—Alexandria: Our Lady of Prompt Suc- 
cor; Bunkie: St. Anthony; Plaucheville: St. Joseph; 
Isle Brevelle: St. Joseph’s Convent: Alexandria: 
Holy Savior Menard Central High School. 

[200]—Sisters of Divine Providence of St. Louis, Mo.— 
Scuoots—Shreveport: St. Pius X. 

[240]—/nstitute of Teachers of Our Lady of Sorrows.— 
Scuoo.ts—Shreveport; Holy Rosary School; Bossier 
City: Christ the King School: Moreauville: Sacred 
Heart School. —Instrrutions—Alexandria: St. 
Mary Training School; Shreveport: Holy Angels In- 
stitute. 

[260]— Marian Society of Catechists (Diocesan Com- 
munity).—INSTITUTION—Boyce: Convent. 


DIOCESAN CEMETERIES 
Pineville: Maryhill Cemetery for Clergy. 4 








NECROLOGY 
+Couvillon, Francis Oge’, Retired—Died February 18, 
1978. 
Sisters, Teaching ot. wregectoctens<sacesiavisugtt-scepss 103 
Paid Lay LeacherSypegeaccsnsvortsnsssnacceceeesssonh tse 344 
Total Teachers in diocese ¥......:.:.-0:-2.---- 461 
General: Hospitals © ci.-1-e-pscespetetesaeaas.arerche 4 
Bed Capacity; <ccassvesresweettessesest ance aces << 1,213 
In-Patients treated annually ................ 54,800 
Out-Patients treated annually ae 119,278 
Total. PatientsigcaAo Aare eeeate ete 174,078 
Homes for invalid and aged  ...........:eseeee 2 
Guests. ......dguenqeetastoe oie ens ean 171 
Infant: BaptismS!ssesceaes neces este eeencepeeneene sees 1,910 
Converts), 5 .::ccistescedcaseseeet eae arate anaeee eeeeee 384 
Total Baptisms 2,294 
Marriages: Catholic 358 
Mixed” 2)...canuueteeaes 474 
Total Marriages .... 832 
Deaths. ....i5.c:.c0cstaegeeveeeereliy cob teeekcen teem ae emeenes 871 
Total Catholic Population ..............ceeeeee 80,716 
Total Population’ <.1t.2.ceseseeeeeeteeeeneanes 1,083,132 








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Most Reverend 
JOSEPH McSHEA, D.D. 


Bishop of Allentown; ordained December 6, 1931; ap- 

pointed Titular Bishop of Mina and Auxiliary Bishop of 

Philadelphia February 9, 1952; cons. March 19, 1952; 

appointed Bishop of Allentown February 15, 1961; in- 

stalled April 11, 1961. Res., 2920 Chew st., Allentown, 
Pa., 18104. 


Office of Vicar General—202 N. 17th st., P.O. Box F, 
Allentown, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215-437-0755. 

Chancellor—Rev. Msgr. ANTHONY D. Muntong, S.T.L. 

Chancery Office—202 N. 17th st., P.O. Box F, Allen- 
town, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215-437-0755. 

Diocesan Financial Secretary—Rev. JoHN J. MARTIN. 
Diocesan Office, 1729 Turner st., P.O. Box F, Allen- 
town, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215-435-9527. 

Secretary to the Bishop—Rev. Atoystus R. CaLLac- 
HAN, S.T.L., J.C.D. Bishop’s Office, 202 N. 17th st., 
P.O. Box F, Allentown, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215-437-0755. 

Director of Information—Rev. Msgr. VINCENT E. Lew- 
ELLIS, S.T.L. Office of Information, 202 N. 17th st., 
P.O. Box F, Allentown, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215-437-0755. 

Vicar for Religious—Rev. Msgr. THomas E. Hosan, 8 
E. Bertsch st., Lansford, Pa., 18232. 

Diocesan Tribunal—219 N. 18th st., Allentown, Pa., 
18104. ¢ 215-434-3200. 

Officialis: Rev. Msgr. RAYMOND F. MERMAN. 
Vice-Officialis: Rev. ALoystus R. CALLAGHAN, S.T.L., 
J.C.D.; Rev. Msgr. Davin B. THompson, P.A., V.G., 
J.C.L., M.A. 

Pro-Synodal Judges: Rev. Msgr. ANTHONY D. Mun- 
TONE, S.T.L.; Rev. Msgr. JosepH M. WHALEN, S.T.L.; 
Rev. JosePH J. MoRRELL, M.Ed.; Rev. Leo S. Stas- 
KOWSKI. 

Promoter of Justice: Rev. JosEPH MARTINKOVIC, 


Defenders of the Bond: Revs. FREDERICK J. LOEPER; 
JAMES A. TrRESTON; A. GREGORY UnriG, S.T.L. 

Secretary. Rev. MIcHAEL S. LAWRENCE. 

Notaries & Advocates: Rev. Msgr. THomas E. Hosan; 
Rev. Ropert A. DRESSLER; Revs. THOMAS J. BEND- 
ER; LEONARD S. MEROOK; EDWIN V. SCHWARTZ; JO- 
SEPH A. SHEEHAN; JAMES J. WARD, M.Div.; ROBERT 
J. Potts; Sr. Marie Moucuan, O.S.F. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 
Apostleship of Prayer—Rev. WILLIAM J. O’DONNELL, 
Dir., 322 S. 5th st., Reading, 19602 ¢ 372-9652. 
Apostolate for the Spanish Speaking—Rev. JouN S. 
CAMPBELL, Diocesan Dir., Centro Parroquial 417 
Pine st., Allentown, 18102, ¢ 435-2881. Regional Di- 
rectors: Rev. JoHN J. GRABISH, Berks Co.; Rev. 
JOHN S. CAMPBELL, Lehigh Co.; Rev. Ropert J. Bis- 

zEK, Northampton Co. 

American Catholic Overseas Aid Fund—Rev. RICHARD 
J. Forp, Diocesan Dir., 130 Indian Spring rd., Boy- 
ertown, 19512. ¢ 367-2371. Regional Dirs.; Berks 
Co., Rev. Epwarp G. GANSTER; Carbon Co., Rev. 
Paut P. Wexkig; Lehigh Co., MicHaEt D. WILson; 
Northampton Co., Rev. THomas R. BucKkLey,; West 
Schuylkill Co., Rev. James R. Brapy; East Schuyl- 
kill County, Rev. Francis C. LAWRENCE. 

Books, Censor of—Rev. Msgr. JAMES J. MULLIGAN, 
S.T.L 


Building Committee—Rev. Msgr. THomas J. DoyLe, 
Chairman, 1861 Catasauqua rd., Bethlehem, Pa., 
18018. ¢ 866-4371. Rev. Msgr. RicHarp J. LOEPER, 
V.F., Sec.; Very Rev. JosepH F. Gasuo, V.F. 

Catholic Charities—Rev. Msgr. DENNIs A. RIGNEY, 
M.Div., A.C.S.W.; Rev. JosepH A. Kurtz, M.Div., 
A.C.S.W., 928 Union blvd., Allentown, Pa., 18103. ¢ 
215-435-1541. 

Catholic Charities, Appeal Office—1729 Turner st., 
P.O. Box F, Allentown, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215-432-7569. 
Rev. Msgr. James J. McHA gs, Diocesan Dir. Re- 
gional Dirs.: Lehigh Co., Rev. Msgr. ALoysius J. 
Scumip, V.F.; Berks Co., Rev. Msgr. Fexrx A. Lost- 
To; Carbon Co., Rev. Msgr. JosePpH P. DOooLey; 
Northampton Co., Rev. Msgr. MicHareL F. MeEs- 
saros; Schuylkill Co., Rev. THomas J. KING. 


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Catholic Daughters of America—430 Washington st., 
Frackville, 17931, ¢ 717-874-3991. Mrs. HELEN MEN- 
GEL. Chairman. 

Catholic Physicians Guild—Rev. WiLL1aM P. JONES, 
Dir., c/o St. Patrick’s Rectory, 319 Mahantongo 
street, Pottsville, Pa., 17901. ¢ (717) 622-1802. 

Charismatic Renewal—Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Con- 
NOLLY, Dir., St. Bernard Church, 132S. 5th st., Eas- 
ton, 18042. ¢ 252-7381. 

Christian Doctrine, Confraternity of—Rev. MIcHAEL F. 
PIovANE, M.Div., 824 N. Graham street, P.O. Box 
2607, Allentown, Pa., 18103. Regional Dirs.: Lehigh 
Co., Berks Co., Rev. WILLIAM T. Campion; Carbon 
Co., Rev. Msgr. JosepH P. Marzen; Northampton 
Co., Rev. STEPHEN F. X. Fiynn, M.Ed.; East Schuyl- 
kill Co., Rev. MicHAEL F. CONNAUGHTON; West 
Schuylkill Co., Rev. JoszpH H. Kean. 

Church Property, Administration of—Rev. Msgr. 
Feiix J. Lapupa; Rev. Msgr. BRonisLAus J. SIEN- 
KIEWICZ; Rev. PETER J. VANDERGEEST. 

Council of Priests—Diocesan Consultors— 

Elected Members; Pastors, Rev. Msgrs. Francis X. 
CoNNOLLY; RoBert J. Cou. Ass’t. Pastors, Revs. 
JAMES J. REICHERT; ROBERT J. WARGO. High School: 
Revs. JAMES G. Prior, C.M., Prin.; JamMEs C. BECH- 
TEL, Religious: Very Rev. WILLIAM D. REISTETER, 
O.F.M.; Very Rev. Luke ANpDERSON, S.O.Cist. 

Ex-Officio Members: The Deans; Vicar General; 
Chancellor; Diocesan Financial Secretary; Supt. of 
Education; Council of Social Services Executive 
Secretary Family Life Bureau Director; Vicar for 
Religious; Social Action Bureau Executive Director; 
Director of Information. 

Appointed Members: Rev. Msgrs. THEODORE C. Wac- 
NER, D.D., Ph.D.; AGNELLO J. ANGELINI; FELIX J. 
LaBupa; CHARLES T. Moss; Rev. Msgr. JosepH A. 
NEVERAUSKAS; Rev. Msgr. JoHN S. Barucn. Sec to 
the Council: Rev. JoHN J. Martin, M.Div. 

Committee on Ecumenism—Rev. EpwarpD B. CONNOL- 
Ly, M.Div., M.Ed., Chairman; Revs. RonaLp W. 
GAINER; JAMES J. REICHERT; DENNIS T. HARTGEN; 
JoHN W. Bamsrick; Harotp F. Dac ie; JAMES E. 
GmnITter; Mrs. FRANCES BurRAGINO; Mr. Rosert C. 
Manrzen; Mrs. Rosert STEPHANOFF, Secy. 

Cursillo Movement—Rev. Rosert J. Reep, Dir., St. 
Nicholas, R.D. 1, Walnutport, 18088. ¢ 767-3148. 
Diocesan Board of Education—Pres. Dr. LERoy Tuscu- 

ER; Voting Members: Very Rev. DANrEL G. GAMBET, 
O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; Rev. Francis J. SCHUSTER; Messrs. 
KEVIN WRIGHT; ANTHONY FAROLE; WILLIAM NIXON; 
LEONARD MARZEN; Miss MarGARET McCarty; Mrs. 
Caro NICKELS; Revs. E. MICHAEL CaMILLI, M.S.C.; 
RicHarp J. Forp; Epwin V. SCHWARTZ; JAMES J. F. 
STILWELL, M.A.; Mr. JAMes J. Furey. Non-voting 
Consultants: Chancery Office Representative, Di- 
ocesan Financial Office Representative, Rev. Jo- 
SEPH T. WHALEN; Sister Mary AuRELIA, O.S.F.; Mrs. 
Dorotuy Hoey; Miss Mary Lou Toys; Mr. JAMEs J. 

CusIMANO, Esq., Exec. Secy. 

Department of Education: 824 North Graham st., P.O. 
Box 2607, Allentown, 18103. ¢ 215-439-8505. Mr. 
JAMES J. CUSIMANO, Esq., Supt.; Rev. MICHAEL F. 
ProvaNneE, Asst. Religious Education; Rev. J. Ricn- 
ARD KELLY, Asst. Supt. Religious Education; Sister 
M. St. Raymonp, I.H.M., Ass’t. Supt., Elementary 
Education; Sister MARIANNE WHELAN, S.S.J., Asst. 
Supt. Elementary Education; Rev. Rosert G. Core- 
nas, Ep.D, Ass’t. Supt., Secondary Education; 
Media Specialist: Sr. THERESA Martu, M.S.C.; 
School Psychologist, Schuylkill County: Sr. Mary 
HERCULANE, C.S.B. 

Diocesan Mailing System, 1401 East Woodlawn st., Al- 


¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 


ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 1961. 


Square Miles 2,773. 


Comprises the Counties of Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, 
Northampton and Schuylkill in the State of Pennsyl- 
vania, with a Total Population of 1,000,000. 


Vicar General—Rev. Msgr. Davip B. THompson, V.G., 
P:A., J.C.L. 


lentown, Pa., 18103. ¢ 432-4538. Rev. Msgr. Joun P. 
SEITZINGER, Supervisor. 

Directory—202 N. 17th st., 
18105. ¢ 437-0755. 

Diocesan Scholarship Committee—Rev. JOHN J. Mar- 
Tin, M.Div., Chairman; Very Rev. DANIEL G. GAM- 
BET, O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; Mr. JAMES J. CUSIMANO, Esq. 

Family Life Bureau—c/o 928 Union blvd., Allentown, 
18103. ¢ 435-1541. Rev. Msgr. Dennis A. RIGNEY, 
M.Div., M.S.W., Dir.; Sr. MauREEN McGurre_, D.C., 
M.S.W., Coordinator; Mr. WM. Ursing; Sr. PA 
TRICIA Bouza, D.C.; Sr. Mir1aM Finuccia, M.S.B.T.; 
Sr. Francis Reais, M.S.B.T.; Mrs. BARBARA HANSs- 
EN, M.S.W.; Rev. JosePH F. Kurtz; M.Div., M.S.W.; 
Rev. MICHAEL T. ProvaNng, M.Div.; Very Rev. Ros- 
ERT C. Quinn, V.F.; Sr. JosePpH Curist1, O.S.F. Mrs. 
Betsy Bai; Miss Marie A. Caputo; Mr. and Mrs. 
FRANCIS CosGROVE; Mrs. EILEEN CUNNINGHAM; Mr. 
and Mrs. JosepH DANEK; Miss THERESA FRONHEIS- 
eR; Mr. and Mrs. ANTHONY GENNARO; Mr. BART 
Guter; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mrnarik; Mr. JOHN 
Muracu; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Raper; Miss CARMEN 
M. RopricueEz; Mr. and Mrs. Davip SANTEE; Mrs. 
Susan UL.Ricy; Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES JONEs; Mr. 
and Mrs. JoHN VarRRA; Mr. and Mrs. JOHN Brapy; 
Mrs. STEPHEN ZHRADNICK; Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM 
Nese; Mr. and Mrs. Paut Mostex; Mr. and Mrs. 
GEorGE KELLY; Mr. and Mrs. BERNARD Myro; Mr. 
and Mrs. JoHN Lazur; Mr. JOHN BERGER; JOHN B. 
KUCHARCZUK, M.D.; GreorGE L. Sexton, M.D.; Rev. 
Henry E. Strassner; Dr. TED VERBINSKI. 

Regional Directors—Revs. THOMAS L. Epwarps, Berks 
County; JosrPpH D. Hutko, Carbon County; . Don- 
ALD Henry, Lehigh County; Rosert J. REeEp, 
Northampton County; JosepH D. Hutko; East 
Schuylkill County; Harotp F. Dacte, M.A., West 
Schuylkill County. 

Holy Family Home Health Care Agency for Schuylkill 
County—206 N. Second st., Pottsville, 17901. ¢ (717) 
622-3570; Director: Sr. MARGUERITE YECH, M.S.C. 

Holy Name Societies—Rev. FRANCIS J. FROMHOLZER, 
151 North Ninth street, Reading, Pa., 19601. ¢ 215- 
372-1531. 

Regional Directors—Rev. Msgr. Feuix A. Losiro, 
Berks County: Revs. CHARLES J. DENE, East Schuyl- 
kill County; Francis J. Zavopny, Lehigh County; 
Northampton County; Epwin V. ScHwartz, West 
Schuylkill County; Rev. Msgr. JosrepH P. DooLey, 
Carbon County. 

Hospitals—Rev. W1Lu1AM P. Jones, Diocesan Modera- 
tor, Res., 319 Mahantongo st., Pottsville, Pa., 17901. 
¢ (717) 622-1802. 

Legion of Mary—Allentown Comitium, Rev. Msgr. 
CHARLES T. Moss, Spir. Dir.; ANA BONILLA, Pres., 
624 Alaska st., Bethlehem, 18015. Reading Spanish 
Curia—Rev. JOHN GRABISH, Spir. Dir.; Mrs. HAIDE 
Betancourt, 337 S. Seventh st., Reading, 19602. 

Reading English Curia—Rev. JoserH D. CARROLL, 
Spir. Dir.; Mr. THomas Lucas, Pres., R.D.3, Read- 
ing, 19606. 

Liturgical Commission, 202 N. 17th st., P.O. Box F., 
Allentown, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215-437-0755.— Rev. Msgr. 
AntHony D. Muntong, S.T.L., Chairman; Rev. 
Msgr. JOHN P. SEITZINGER, Sec’y; Rev. Msgr. RIcH- 
ARD J. LoEpER, V.F.; Revs. E. MICHAEL CAMILLI, 
M.S.C.; JAMES E. SWEENEY; JAMES A. TRESTON; AL- 
FRED R. Ott; Sister BARBARA, S.S.J.; Mrs. E>DwarD 
GANSTER; Rev. A. GREGORY UnriG, S.T.L.; ALoysrus 
R. CaLLaGHan, S.T.L., J.C.D. 

Marriage Encounter—Rev. Msgr. DENNIS RIGNEY, 
M.Div. M.S.W. Catholic Social Agency, 928 Union 
blud., Allentown, 18103. ¢ 435-1541. 


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ALLENTOWN 


Newman Clubs—Rev. JAMEs E. GnitteEr, Dir., Christo- 
pher House College Hill Kutztown, Pa. 19530, ¢ 683- 
8380. 

Nurses, Council of Catholic—Rev. Msgr. James J. 
McHAL_g, Dir., Res., 1200 Spring st., Bethlehem, Pa., 
18018. ¢ 215-865-5595. 

Regional Directors—Revs. Epwarp C. Bouez, Th.F., 
Berks County; Steven J. SarKo, M.Div., Carbon 
County; Micuae D. Wixson, Th.M., Lehigh Coun- 
ty; Ropert J. Biszex, Northampton Co.; JaMEs J. 
Acosta, East Schuylkill County; WALTER J. HALL, 
West Schuylkill County. 

Pastoral Ministries—Rev. MicHAEL F. PIOVANE, 
M.Div., Dir., P.O. Box 2607, 824 N. Graham st., Al- 
lentown, Pa. 18103 ¢ 215-439- 8505. 

Advisory Board—Mr. JosrErH BARRETT; Rev. JOHN J. 
DeENBURGER; Mrs. ELIZABETH FLick; Rev. Msgr. 
Rosert M. Forst, V.F.; Rev. Msgr VINCENT E. Lew- 
ELLIS, S.T.L.; Rev. FREDERICK J. LOEPER; Very Rev. 
Rosert P. MAtoney, C.M., S.T.D.; Very Rev. Ros- 
ERT C. Quinn, V.F.; Rev. Msgr. Dennis A. RIGNEY, 
M.Div., M.S.W.; Rev. Epwin V. ScHwartz. 

Personnel Committee of Priests—Rev. Msgr. FRANCIS 
X. CONNOLLY, Chairman; Revs. ANTHONY RICAPITO; 
FREDERICK J. LOEPER; LEO S. STAJKOWSKI; JAMES E. 
SWEENEY; VINCENT I. CRONIN. 

Priests’ Eucharistic League—Rev. Msgr. THomas E. 
Hosan, Dir., 8 East Bertsch st., Lansford, Pa., 
18232. ¢ 717-645-2575. 

Project H.E.A.D—Diocesan Golden Age Clubs, 1729 
Turner st., P.O. Box F, Allentown, Pa., 18105. ¢ 215- 
432-7569. Rev. Msgr. JAMES J. McHALg, N.H.A., Di- 
rector. 

Regional Directors: Rev. JoHN P. Murpny, Lehigh 
Co.; Rev. FRANCIS J. FROMHOLZER, Berks Co.; Rev. 
Msgr. THomas FE. Hosan, V.R., Carbon Co.; Rev. 
Msgr. Ropert M. Forst, V.F., Northampton Co.; 
Rev. ANTHONY F. WassEL, Schuylkill Co. 

Propagation of the Faith—Rev. Msgr. RosBert J. CoLt, 
Dir., Res., 1040 Flexer ave., Allentown, Pa., 18103. ¢ 
433-7413. 

Saint Vincent de Paul—182 W. Broadway, Jim Thorpe, 
Pa., 18229. ¢ 717-325-2266. Rev. Msgr. JosepH P. 
Dootey, Diocesan Director. 

Scouting, Broad st., Tuscarora, 17982. ¢ 717- 668-3336. 
Rev. JosepH J. CAMPBELL, Dir. 

Council Chaplains; Allentown Area, Rev. JosEpH A. 
Rock, Th.F.; Bethlehem, Rev. Tuomas R. BUCKLEY; 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF ALLENTOWN 

Allentown, Lehigh Co., 

1—Cathedral of St. Catharine of Siena, Rev. Msgr. Da- 
vid B. Thompson, V.G., J.C.L., P.A.; Revs. James J. 
Reichert; Dennis T. Hartgen, M.Div. Michael D. 
Wilson. In res., Rev. Joseph E. Kurtz, A.C.S.W. 
Res., 1825 Turner st., 18104. ¢ 433-6461. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph (213-215 N. 18th st.). 
Sisters 7; Lay teachers 15; Pupils 441. 

2—St. Francis of Assisi, Rev. Francis W. Walters, Pastor 
Emeritus; Rev. Msgr. David J. Morrisson, J.C.D.; 
Revs. Edward G. Sproesser; Robert J. Wargo. 
Res., 801 N. 11th st., 18102. ¢ 434-8770. 
School—Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia 3 
(1028 Cedar st.). 
Lay teachers 8; Pupils 243. 

3—Immaculate Conception, Revs. John P. Murphy; 
Stanley T. Sosnowski. In res., Rev. Msgr. Anthony 
D. Muntone, S.T.L. [CEM] 
Res., 501 Ridge ave., 18102. ¢ 433-4404. 
School—Children attend Holy Spirit School; Pri- 
mary, Front & Bridge sts., 18102. ¢ 434-4157; Mid- 
dle 510 Ridge ave., 18102. ¢ 434-4044. 
Lay teachers 8; Pupils 292; Sisters 5. (Declared Na- 
tional Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of 
the Americas—1974). 

4—St. John the Baptist (Slovak), Revs. Dominik Kalata; 
Francis J. Zavodny. In res., Rev. Msgr. Vincent E. 
Lewellis, S.T.L. 
Res., 924 N. Front st., 18102. ¢ 432-0034. [CEM] 
School—Children attend Holy Spirit School; Pri- 
mary, Front & Bridge sts., 18102. ¢ 434-4157; Mid- 
dle, 510 Ridge ave., 18102. ¢ 434-4044. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 292. 

5—Our Lady Help of Christians, Rev. Msgr. Joseph L. 
Mathis, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Msgr. John P. Seitz- 
inger; Revs. Joseph A. Rock; William J. Nahn. 
Res., 444 N. Jasper st., 18103. ¢ 432-9384. 
School—Sisters of Christian Charity (922 Hanover 
ave.). 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 223. 

6—Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Italian), Rev. Francis R. 
Nave. [CEM] 
Res., 177 Chew st., 18102. ¢ 437-6949. 

7—St. Paul, Third and Susquehanna sts., Revs. Henry E. 
Strassner; Gerald J. Adamcik; Ronald J. Oranczak, 
In res., Rev. Msgr. Dennis A. Rigney, M.Div., 
M.S.W. 


36 


Victor J. ANSELMI, Th.M.; Easton, Rev. JoHn G. 
Hiurerty, M:Div.; Reading, Revs. WILLIAM T. Cam- 
PION; JOSEPH GREMBOCKI; Schuylkill, Rev. Paut G. 
Puza, M.A.; Berks County, Carbon County, Rev. 
THOMAS G. SHANFELT, M.A. 

Social Action Bureau—928 Union blvd. (2nd Floor). 
Allentown, Pa., 18103. ¢ 435-1541. Rev. JosEPH 
Kurtz, M.Div., A.C.S.W., Exec. Dir.; Rev. Msgr. 
Dennis A. Ricney, Sec’y. Advisory Board; Rev. 
JOHN GRABISH; Rev. Msgr. JOSEPH P. Doo.ey; Rev. 
JosePpH H. Kean; ANTHONY F. WassEL; JOHN S. 
CAMPBELL; THOMAS Epwarps; Sister THOMAS 
AuGusTINE, M.S.B.T.; Sister MartHA STAARMAN, 
O.S.U.; Rev. CHartes A. Marciano, M.Div.; 
ALoystus R. CALLAGHAN, S.T.L.; Dennis J. BOYLE, 
S.T.L.; Josepn R. Sopiestak, Th.M.; Harotp F. Da- 
GLE, M.A.; Sister Miriam Fipuccia, M.S.B.T.; Mrs. 
VINCENT YANKOwWSKYy; Mrs. JOHN Pasko; Mrs. Mar- 
NA McCarty; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Truskowsky. 

Social Services, Council of—928 Union blvd., Allen- 
town, 18103. ¢ 435-1541. Rev. Msgr. Dennis A. Ric- 
NEY, Exec. Secy. and Coordinator. Members of the 
Board; Rev. THomas L. Epwarps; Revs. FREDERICK 
J. Lorper; Rev. Msgr. JaMes J. MCHAL-g, N.H.A.; 
Revs. LEONARD S. MEROOK; RoBert J. Potts; Rev. 
Msgr. THomas E. Hosan, V.R.; Revs. JoHN J. Mar- 
Tin, M.Div.; Mrs. Jack K. Buspy; Mrs. JAMES J. 
Driamonp; Mrs. Marie Murpny; Mr. Peter D. Ar- 
cHEy; Mr. Mr. ALvin CoLeMAN; Mr. THomMas A. 
McNamara; Miss CARMEN M. RopriGuzgz; Rev. Jo- 
SEPH KE. Kurtz, M.Div., M.S.W.; Sister M. MiLpRED, 
R.S.M.; Miss TERESA FRONHEISER; Rev. STEPHEN T. 
ForisH, M.Div.; Grorce S. SmitH, M.D.; Mr. 
GEoRGE SNERR; Mr. NorMAN W. OuGurTon; Miss 
Joan Burns; Mr. Francis J. CosGrove; Sister 
Francis Reais, M.S.B.T., Mr. JoHN MALARKEY; Mr. 
STANFORD McFaRLANpD; Sister MAUREEN McGulrIrE, 
D.C., M.S.W.; Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM URBIng; Sister 
M. MarGueERITE YECH, M.S.C.; Mr. LoRENzO ZEUGN- 
ER. 

Thanksgiving Clothing Drive—Rev. Epwarp R. 
GraFF, Annunciation B.V.M., 122 Union st. 
Catasauqua, Pa., 18032. ¢ 246-0332. Regional Dirs.; 
Lehigh Co., Rev. James J. REICHERT; Berks Co., 
Rev. Dennis C. Weiser, M.Div.; Carbon Co., Rev. 
Pau. P. WELkKiE; Northampton Co., Rev. JoHN G. 
Hitrerty, M.A.; East Schuylkill Co., Rev. LEONARD 
S. Mrerook, West Schuylkill Co.; Rev. WALTER J. 


Res., 920 S. 2nd st., 18103. ¢ 797-9733. 
School—Sisters of Mercy (900 S. Woodward st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 290. 

8—SS. Peter and Paul (Polish), Rev. Francis J. Lusz- 
czak. 
Res., 1065 Fullerton ave., 18102. ¢ 432-2252. 

9—Sacred Heart of Jesus, Rev. Msgr. Raymond J. 
Leichner; Revs. William J. Maslar; Raymond P. Sle- 
zak. In res., Revs. John S. Campbell; Paul E. Masiar. 
Res., 336 N. 4th st., 18102. ¢ 434-5171. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. (317 
N. 4th st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 295. 
Chaplaincies—Sacred Heart Hospital, Villa Maria 
Convent—Lehigh County Prison. 

10—St. Stephen of Hungary (Hungarian), Rev. Thomas 
J. Kerestus. In res., Rev. Patrick Schoenauer. 
Res., 510 Union st., 18101. ¢ 439-0111. 

11—St. Thomas More, Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Coll; Rev. 
Charles A. Marciano, In res., Revs. Michael F. Pio- 
vane, M.Div.; J. Richard Kelly. 
Res., 1040 Flexer ave., 18103. ¢ 433-7413. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph (1040 Flexer ave.). 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 12; Pupils 523. 
Chapliancy—Allentown and Sacred Heart Hospital 
Center, Inc. 


OUTSIDE CITY OF ALLENTOWN 

Ashland, Schuylkill Co., St. Joseph, Rev. Thomas M. 
Courtney. 

Res., 1100 Walnut st., 17921. ¢ 717-875-1521. [CEM] 
School—Immaculate Heart Elementary School: Sis- 
ters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (1115 Walnut 
st.). 
Sisters 8; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 308. 

St. Mauritius (German), Rev. Edwin V. Schwartz. In 
res., Rev. Floyd Caesar. [CEM] 
Res., 802 Pine st., 17921. ¢ 717-875-2990. 
Mission—Lavelle, Pa. 
Convent—725 Brock st. (Residence of the Grey 
Nuns of the Sacred Heart). 

Bally, Berks Co., Most Blessed Sacrament, Rev. Msgr. 
Charles L. Allwein, Pastor Emeritus; Pastor Rev. 
Joseph J. Fricker. In res., Ladislaus J. Dudek, 
[CEM] 

Res., 610 Pine st., 19503. ¢ 845-2460. 
School—Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia (632 
Pine street). 


¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 


ALLENTOWN 


HALL. 

Vicars Forane—Berks County: Rev. Msgr. RicHarp J. 
Loeper, V.F.; Carbon County: Rev. Msgr. JosEepu P. 
Marzen, V.F.; Northampton County: Rev. Msgr. 
Rosert M. Forst; West Schuylkill County: Very 
Rev. Rosert C. Quinn, V.F.; Lehigh Co.; Rev. Msgr. 
Atoystius J. ScHM1p, V.F.; East Schuylkill Co.: Very 
Rev. JosePH F. Gasno, V.F. 

Vigilance for the Faith, Commission on—Revs. Pius C. 
CueEsNna: Epwarp B. BURKHART. 

Vocations—Rev. Msgr. Vincent E. LEWELLIS, S.T.L., 
Diocesan Dir., 202 N. 17th st., P.O. Box F, Allen- 
town, 18105. ¢ 215-437-0755. Ass’t. Director of Voca- 
tions, Rev. GERALD E. Gositas, Th.M., Regional 
Directors. Lehigh Co.: Berks Co.: Rev. WILLIAM T. 
CamPIoNn, Th.M.; Carbon Co.: Rev. WILLIAM E. 
Hanpces; Northampton Co.: Rev. JoHn G. HILFER- 
Ty, M.A.; East Schuylkill Co.: Rev. Ropert J. McCo- 
NAGHY, M.Th.; West Schuylkill Co.: Rev. STEPHEN J. 
Rapocua, Th.M. 

Women Religious, Commission for—Precious Blood 
Convent P.O. Box 97, Shillington, Pa., 19607. ¢ 777- 
1624. Sister JoANNE LeccesE, C.P.S., Pres.; Sister 
Mary F orian, R.S.M., Corresponding Sec.; Sister 
Acnes Bonner, O.S.F., Recording Sec.; Sr. M. EIr- 
LEEN HEnRION, O.S.F., Vice- Pres.; Sister MARIE 
Xavier O’DONNELL, O.S.F., Treas.; Srs. CLAIRE 
McNicuHot1, S.S.J.; Virginia Martz, M.S.C.; JoHN 
Eien, O.S.F.; Pauta, F.D.C.; MaRGUERITE YECH, 
M.S.C.; Mary ANNE, C.S.B.; DEBORAH ANN, C.S.B.; 
MaRIE VINCENT, M.S.C.; M. Rita ELIzABETH, I.H.M.; 
JosEPH Maris, C.S.C.; M. JEAN McManon, C.S.C.; 
FaitH CALLIGAN, D.C.; ELIZABETH BAGEN, G.N.S.H.; 
MririAM CaRMELITA, S.S.J.; KAREN MILLER, S.C.C.; 
Rev. Msgr. THomas E. Hosan, V.R.; Rev. JoHn J. 
DENBURGER. 

Youth Organization—Rev. JOHN P. Murpny, Dir. 501 
Ridge ave., Allentown, Pa., 18102. 

Regional Directors—Revs. WiLL1aM E. HANDGES, 
Carbon and East Schuylkill Counties; DANieL J. 
YeENusHosky, TH.M., Mid-Schuylkill County; Str- 
PHEN J. Rapocua, Th.M., West Schuylkill County; 
VincENT I. Cronin, North Schuylkill County; Mr- 
CHAEL D. Witson, Tu.D., Lehigh County; Josepu A. 
Rock, Th.F., Bethlehem District; Rev. Epwarp F. 
Kuturk, M.A., Northampton County; WILLIAM T. 
Campion, Th.M., Berks County. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 189. 

Bangor, Northampton Co., Our Lady of Good Counsel, 
Revs. George E. Krock, C.M., Pastor; Eugene A. 
Davis, C.M.; John J. Nicholas, C.M.; Patrick A. Flah- 
erty, C.M. [CEM] 

Res., 436 S. 2nd st., 18013. ¢ 588-5445. 
Mission—Portland. 

Bath, Northampton Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Edward B. 
Burkhart; Pastor Emeritus, Rev. Stephen F. X. 
Flynn, Pastor. [CEM] 

Res., 210 E. Northampton st., 18014. ¢ 837-0074. 
School—(115 Washington st.). 
Lay teachers 5; Pupils 103. 

Beaver Meadows, Carbon Co., St. Mary, Rev. John J. 
Duminiak, Pastor. [CEM] 

Res., 121 Berwick st., 18216. ¢ 717-455-2613. 

Berlinsville, Northampton Co., St. Nicholas, Revs. Jo- 
seph J. Herley; Robert J. Reed, Pastor. 

Res., R.D. No. 1, Walnutport, 18088 ¢ 767-3148. 

Bethlehem, Northampton Co., 

1—St. Anne, Rev. Msgr. John P. McPeak, Pastor; Revs. 
Leo J. Maletz, M.Div.; James P. Thomas. In res., 
Rev. David W. Karns. : 

Res., 450 Washington ave., 18017. ¢ 867-5039. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph (484 Washington 
ave.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 295. 

2—SS. Cyril and Methodius’ (Slovak), Rev. Msgr. Felix 
J. Labuda; Rev. Robert F. Kozel. [CEM] 

Res., 617 Pierce st., 18015. ¢ 866-3391. 
School—School Sisters of St. Francis. 520 Buchanan 
st. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 134. 

3—Holy Ghost (German), Rev. Msgr. Reginald S. Billin- 
ger, Ph.D., S.T.L. In res., Rev. Andrew F. Bambrick. 
[CEM] 

Res., 417 Carlton ave., 18015. ¢ 867-9382. 

School —Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia (427 
Carlton ave.). 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 150. 

4—Holy Infancy, Rev. Msgr. James M. Butler; Revs. 
Joseph R. Sobiesiak, Th.M. Diogo Fernandes 
(India); F. Charles McKenna. In res., Rev. Robert J. 
Biszek. [CEM] 

Res., 312 E. 4th st., 18015. ¢ 866-1121. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph (202 E. Fourth st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 318. : 
Convent—Casa Belen. 3 Poor Sisters of St. Joseph 


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ALLENTOWN 


(Spanish Speaking) 305 E. Fourth st. 

5—St. John Capistrano (Magyar), Rev. George J. Jani. 
In res., Rev. Ronald C. Bocian. 

Res., 910 E. Fourth st., 18015. ¢ 866-2714. 
School—Daughters of Divine Charity (417 Hayes 
st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 187. 

6—St. Joseph (Slovenian), Rev. Joseph Abramovic, 
O.F.M. 

Res., 416 E. 5th st., 18015. ¢ 866-4102. 

7—Notre Dame of Bethlehem, (Lehigh Co.) Rev. Msgr. 
Thomas J. Doyle; Revs. James J. Morgan; Joseph A. 
Lukach, 

Res., 1861 Catasauqua rd., 18018. ¢ 866-4371. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (1823 Catasauqua 
rd.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 13; Pupils 399. 

8—Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Rev. John P. Conte. 
Res., 3229 Santee rd., 18017. ¢ 867-8409. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (3219 Santee rd.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 242. 

9—Our Lady of Pompeii (Italian), Revs. Paul della Pic- 
ca, S.T.D., J.C.L.; Leonard Iacono. 

Res., 826 E. 4th st., 18015. ¢ 691-0719. 

10—SS. Simon and Jude, (Lehigh Co.) Rev. Msgr. Frede- 
rick A. Melley, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Msgr. Charles 
T. Moss, Pastor; Rev. Dennis J. Boyle, S.T.L. In res., 
Rev. Robert G. Cofenas, Ed.D. 

Res., 730 W. Broad st., 18018. ¢ 866-5582. 
School—Sisters of Immaculate Heart of Mary (714 
W. Broad st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 177. 

11—St. Stanislaus (Polish), Rev. Joseph F. Jarecki, Pas- 
tor Emeritus; Rev. Frederick Przydzial, Pastor. 
Res., 429 Hayes st., 18015. ¢ 867-9323. 

Birdsboro, Berks Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. Jo- 
seph A. Barnes. In res., Rev. John S. Mraz. [CEM] 
Res., 640 Main st., 19508. ¢ 582-2411. 

Boyertown, Berks Co., St. Columbkill, Rev. Richard J. 
Ford. 

Res., 130 Indian Spring road, 19512. ¢ 367-2371. 

Branchdale, Schuylkill Co., St. Mary Star of the Sea. 
Rev. Harold F. Dagle. [CEM] 

Res., State rd., 17923. ¢ 717-544-2592. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 104. 

Brockton, Schuylkill Co., St. Bartholomew. Rev. Francis 
C. Lawrence. [CEM] 

Res., 124 E. Green st., 17925. ¢ 717-668-1500. 

Catasauqua, Northampton Co., St. Andrew (Slovak). 
Rev. Joseph P. Birosh. [CEM] 

Res., 1229 N. 8rd st., 18032. ¢ 264-0612. 
Annunciation B.V.M. (German), Lehigh Co., Rev. Ed- 
ward R. Graff. [CEM] 
Res., 122 Union st., 18032. ¢ 264-0332. 
St. Lawrence, Northampton Co., Rev. Joseph J. Mor- 
rell. 
Res., 1001 Second st., 18032. ¢ 264-1972. [CEM] 

Coaldale, Schuylkill Co., SS. Cyril and Methodius (Slo- 
vak), Very Rev. Joseph F. Gasho, V.F., Pastor; Rev. 
Msgr. Nicholas J. Terna, Pastor Emeritus. [CEM] 
Res., 41 E. Ruddle st., 18218. ¢ 717-645-4647. 

St. John (Lithuanian), Rev. Joseph J. Shelonis. 
Res., 225 W. Phillips st., 18218. ¢ 717-645-4363. 

St. Mary of the Assumption, Rev. Cornelius J. Devitt. 
Res., 225 Second st., 18218. ¢ 717-645-2932. 

Colesville, Lehigh Co., Assumption B.V.M., Rev. James 
R. Hanlon. 

Res., Bethlehem R. D. 3, 18015. ¢ 867-7424. 
Children attend St. Michael the Archangel School. 
(Primary, Limeport, 18060. ¢ 965- 4441. Middle, Old 
Bethlehem Pike, R.D. 3, 18015). ¢ 867-8422. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 200. 

Coplay, Lehigh Co., St. Peter, Rev. John F. Wiesler, 
Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Msgr. Aloysius J. Schmid, 
V.F., Pastor; Rev. Thomas A. Derzack. In res., Rev. 
Stephen T. Forish. 

Res., 4 S. 5th st., 18037. ¢ 262-2417. 

School—5 Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus. (40 S. Fifth st.). 

Lay teachers 6; Pupils 229. 

Cumbola, Schuylkill Co., St. Anthony of Padua (Polish), 
Rev. John J. Pavlosky. 

Res., Market st., 17930. ¢ 717-277-0064. [CEM] 

Easton, Northampton Co., 

1—St. Anthony of Padua (Italian), Rev. Francis Bar- 
bato, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Msgr. Robert M. Forst, 
V.F., Pastor; Revs. A. Gregory Uhrig; John G. Chiz- 
mar; Joseph A. De Santis. [CEM] 

Res., 908 Washington st., 18042. ¢ 253-7188. Chil- 
dren Attend Easton Catholic Elementary School 
(Primary School, St. Joseph and Davis streets; Mid- 
dle School, Ninth and Lehigh sts.). 

Religious 6; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 305. 
Chapel—South Easton, St. Mary’s. 

Youth Center—901 Washington st. 

2—St. Bernard, Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Connolly; Revs. 
Edward F. Kulik; Robert J. Potts. [CEM] 

Res., 132 S. Fifth st., 18042. ¢ 252-7381. Children 
Attend Easton Catholic Elementary School (Pri- 





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mary School, St. Joseph and Davis streets; Middle 
School, Ninth and Lehigh sts.). Religious 6; Lay 
teachers 7; Pupils 305. 

3—St. Jane Frances de Chantal, 19th st. and Washing- 
ton blvd. Revs. Joseph A. Sheehan; John G. Hilfer- 
ty. In res., Revs. Joseph Braudis; Richard C. 
Mushorn. 

Res., 1918 Washington blvd., 18042. ¢ 253-3553. 
School—7 Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary 
(1946 Washington blvd.). 

Lay teachers 9; Pupils 379. 

4—St. Joseph, Rev. Peter J. Vandergeest; In res., Rev. 
Gerald E. Gabitas. [CEM] 

Res., 129 Davis st., 18042. ¢ 252-0242. Children At- 
tend Easton Catholic Elementary School (Primary 
School, St. Joseph and Davis street; Middle School, 
Ninth and Lehigh sts.). 

Religous 6; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 305. 

5—St. Michael (Lithuanian), Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Con- 
nolly, Administrator. 

Res., 219 Spring Garden st., 18042. ¢ 252-7381. 
[CEM] 

Ellengowan, Schuylkill Co., St. Aidan, 17732. ¢ 717-462- 
1916. Parish from November, 1919, to July 9, 1948. 
Records at the Annunciation B.V.M. Church, Shen- 
andoah. 

Emmaus, Lehigh Co., St. Ann, Revs. James E. Sweeney, 
Pastor; William H. Carter. [CEM] 

Res., 415 S. 6th st., 18049. ¢ 965-2426. 
School—School Sisters of St. Francis. (570 Wood 
st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 221. 

Fountain Hill, (Bethlehem P.O.). Lehigh Co., St. Ursula, 
Revs. Patrick J. Foley; John G. Pasura; Victor J. 
Anselmi. 

Res., 1300 Broadway, 18015. ¢ 867-5122. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph (1302 Broadway). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 155. 

Frackville, Schuylkill Co., St. Ann (Polish), Rev. Joseph 

B. Rapezynski. 
Res., Spring and Line sts., 17931. ¢ 717-874-0402. 
Annunciation B.V.M. (Lithuanian), Rev. Stanislaus J. 
Norbutas, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Aligmantus Bart- 
kus. 
Res., 7 S. Broad Mountain ave., 17931. ¢ 717-874- 
0842. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of Jesus Crucified (25 S. Broad 
Mountain ave.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 72. 
St. Joseph, Rev. William H. Conley. 
Res., 14 N. Nice st., 17931. ¢ 717-874-0610. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary 
(234 W. Frack st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 86. 

Girardville, Schuylkill Co., St. Joseph, Rev. Msgr. Fran- 
cis L. King, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Francis T. Gilles- 
pie, Pastor. [CEM] 

Res., 211 W. Main st., 17935. ¢ 717-276-6239. 

St. Vincent de Paul (Lithuanian), Rev. James J. Lof- 
ton. In res., Rev. Edward W. Coleman. 
Res., 260 N. Second st., 17935. ¢ 717-276-6286. 
[CEM] 

Gordon, Schuylkill Co., Our Lady of Good Counsel, Rev. 
William H. Mooney, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Thomas 
J. Bender, Pastor. 

Res., 220 W. Biddle st., 17936. ¢ 717-875-0774. 
Mission—St. Helen, Fountain Springs, every Sun- 
day and holyday. 

Hamburg, Berks Co., St. Mary, Rev. Robert V. Dougher- 
ty. [CEM] 

Res., 766 State st., 19526. ¢ 215-562-7657. 
Station—Hamburg State School and Hospital for 
Retarded. Every Sunday and holyday. 

Heckscherville, Schuylkill Co., St. Kieran, 17937. ¢ 717- 
544-4857. Rev. Walter J. Hall. [CEM] 
Missions—Buck Run, every Sunday holyday and 
First Friday. 

Hellertown, Northampton Co., St. Theresa of the Child 
Jesus, Rev. Msgr. Stephen J. Daday. 

Res., 1408 Easton rd., 18055. ¢ 838-7045. 
School—School Sisters of the Third Order of St. 
Francis. (300 Leonard st.). 

Sisters 6; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 194. 

Hyde Park, Berks Co., Holy Guardian Angels, Rev. 
Msgr. Richard J. Loeper, V.F., Revs. Stephen F. 
Shigo; Bernard J. McConnell, S.J. 

Res., 2928 Kutztown rd., Reading, 19605. ¢ 929- 
1879. 

School—Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus. (St. Michael, Hyde Park, Reading.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 204. 

Mission—St. Anthony, Temple. 

Jim Thorpe, Carbon Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. 
Msgr. Joseph P. Dooley. 
Res., 182 W. Broadway, 18229. ¢ 717-325-2791. 
[CEM] 
School—3 Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary 
(83 W. Broadway). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 96. 

St. Joseph (German), Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Marzen, V.F. 


¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 


ALLENTOWN 


[CEM] 

Res., 526 North st., 18229. ¢ 717-325-3731. 
School—Sisters of Christian Charity (27 W. 6th st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 182. 

Kelayres, Schuylkill Co., Immaculate Conception (Ital- 
ian), Rev. James J. Agosta. 

Res., 33 Fourth st., 18231. ¢ 717-929-3670. [CEM] 

Kutztown, Berks Co., St. Mary, Rev. Francis C. Glunz. 
Res., 236 E. Main st., 19530. ¢ 683-7443. 
Mission—St. Mary, Evansville. 

Lansford, Carbon Co., St. Ann, Rev. Francis J. Mealey, 
Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Msgr. Thomas E. Hoban, Pas- 
tor. In res., Rev. Michael J. Stone. 

Res., 8 E. Bertsch st., 18232. ¢ 717-645-2575. 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
(30 E. Bertsch st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 159. 

St. Michael (Slovak), Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Baran, 
Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Joseph D. Hulko. 
Res., 124 E. Abbott st., 18232. ¢ 717-645-2282. 
[CEM] 
School—Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus (124 E. Water st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 156. 

SS. Peter and Paul (Polish), Rev. Stanislaus J. Fronczek. 
Res., 217 E. Abbott st., 18232. ¢ 717-645-2767. 
[CEM] 

Lehighton, Carbon Co., SS. Peter and Paul, Revs. 
George J. Fenzil, Pastor Emeritus; William E. 
Handges, Pastor. [CEM] 

Res., 260 N. 3rd st., 18235. ¢ 377-3690. 
School—Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. (242 
N. 3rd st.). 

Sisters 2; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 143. 

Limeport, Lehigh Co., St. Joseph, Rev. William P. 
Hoffner, M.A. In res., Rev. James M. Tulio. 

Res., Limeport, 18060. ¢ 965-2877. [CEM] 
School—Children attend St. Michael the Archangel 
(Primary, Limeport, 18060. ¢ 965-4441. Middle, Old 
Bethlehem Pike, R. D. 3, 18015). ¢ 867-8422. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 200. 

Lost Creek, Schuylkill Co., St. Mary Magdalen, 17946. 
¢ 717-462-1353. Rev. Michael F. Connaughton. 
McAdoo, Schuylkill Co., St. Kunegunda (Polish), Rev. 

Stanislaus T. Gorak. 
Res., 36 E. Washington st., 18237. ¢ 717-929-2194. 
[CEM] 
School—Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. (30 
E. Washington st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 93. 
St. Mary (Slovak), Rev. Joseph Martinkovic, S.T.D. 
Res., 101 E. Grant st., 18237. ¢ 717-929-1061. [CEM] 
St. Patrick, Rev. Vincent I. Cronin. 
Res., 17 N. Cleveland st., 18237. ¢ 717-929-1073. 
[CEM] 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
(35 N. Cleveland st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 121. 
St. Stephen of Hungary (Hungarian), Attended from 
St. Kunegunda, McAdoo. [CEM] 

Mahanoy City, Schuylkill Co., 

1—St. Canicus, Revs. James A. Treston, Pastor; Robert 
J. McConaghy. In res., Rev. Joseph T. Whalen. 
[CEM] 

Res., 22 S. Catawissa st., 17948. ¢ 717-773-0550. 
Children Attend Mahanoy City Catholic Elemen- 
tary School, South Catawissa and:Pine streets. 
Religious 5; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 287. 
Mission—Delano. 

2—St. Casimir (Polish), Rev. John M. Smigielski. 
Res., 113 S. Catawissa st., 17948. ¢ 717-773-2461. 
[CEM] 

3—St. Fidelis (German), Rev. John G. Engler. 

Res., 310 E. Mahanoy ave., 17948. ¢ 717-773-2850. 
[CEM] 

4—St. Joseph (Lithuanian), Revs. Pius C. Chesna, Pas- 
tor Emeritus; Anthony F. Wassel; Theodore Macu- 
nas. 

Res., 614 W. Mahanoy ave., 17948. ¢ 717-773-2771. 
[CEM] 

5—Assumption B.V.M. (Slovak), Rev. Andrew A. Ulin- 
cy, Pastor. 

Res., 728 W. Centre st., 17948. ¢ 717-773-1990. 

[CEM] 
6—Sacred Heart (Italian), Rev. Charles J. Dene, Pastor. 

[CEM] 

Res., 1331 E. Pine st., 17948. ¢ 717-773-0231. 

Mahanoy Plane, Schuylkill Co., Holy Rosary, Rev. Ger- 
ald P. Quain, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Thomas A. Ho- 
ran, Pastor. [CEM] 

Res., Main st., 17949. ¢ 717-874-0182. 

Maizeville, Schuylkill Co. (Gilberton P.O.), Our Lady of 
Siluva (Formerly St. Louis) (Lithuanian), Rev. Mat- 
thew Jarasunas. 

Res., 364 Main st., 17934. ¢ 717-874-1070. [CEM] 

Martins Creek, Northampton Co., St. Rocco Box 72, 
18063. ¢ 258-9059. Revs. Paul L. Bader; Rosario F. 
Sciarrone, D.D., Pastor Emeritus. 

Miller Heights, Northampton Co., Sacred Heart of 
Jesus, Rev. William S. Bigos; Res., 1817 First st., 























ALLENTOWN 


Miller Heights, Bethlehem, 18017. ¢ 865-5042. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (1814 Second st., Mill- 
er Heights, Bethlehem). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 203. 

Minersville, Schuylkill Co., 

1—St. Barbara (Italian), Rev. Anthony R. Ricapito. 
Res., 307 Church st., 17954. ¢ 717-544-4840. [CEM] 

2—St. Francis of Assisi (Lithuanian), Rev. John S. Luk- 
sys. 

Res., 320 Spruce st., 17954. ¢ 717-544-2234. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of St. Casimir (Line and Oak sts.). 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 176. 

3—Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (German), Rev. Aloysius T. 
Hammeke, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Walter T. 
Scheaffer, Pastor. [CEM] 

Res., 519 School st., 17954. ¢ 717-544-2031. 
School—Children attend Elizabeth Ann Seton 
School (Primary School: 5388 Sunbury st.; Middle 
School; 509 School st.) 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 300. 

4—St. Stanislaus (Polish), Rev. Msgr. John S. Baruch; 
Rev. Anthony Niemotko. [CEM] 

Res., 1389 Spruce st., 17954. ¢ 717-544-2211. 
School—Bernardine Sisters. (125 Oak st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 118. 

5—St. Vincent de Paul, Revs. William E. Jones; James 
M. Carr, Pastor Emeritus. [CEM] 

Res., 539 Sunbury st., 17954. ¢ 717-544-4741. 
School—Children attend Elizabeth Ann Seton 
School. 

Mohnton, Berks Co., St. Benedict’s, Rev. George J. Wis- 
erzalis. 

Res., Box 740, R.D. 1, 19540. ¢ 856-7050. 

Mount Carbon, Schuylkill Co. (Pottsville P.O.). St. Fran- 
cis de Sales, Revs. John M. Shalvey, Pastor Emeri- 
tus; Michael J. Briggman. 

Res., 49 Main st., 17901. ¢ 717-622-1802. 

Nazareth, Northampton Co., Holy Family, 18064. Revs. 
E. Michael Camilli, M.S.C.; Richard Huber, M.S.C.; 
Joseph Tobias, M.S.C. 

Res., 430 W. Center st. ¢ 759-0870. [CEM] 
School—Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus. (500 W. Center st.). 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 298. 

Mission —Stockertown. 

Nesquehoning, Carbon Co., Immaculate Conception of 
B.V.M. (Slovak), Rev. Steven J. Safko; Rev. Msgr. 
Francis J. Dutko, Pastor Emeritus. [JC] 

Res., 140 W. Mill st., 18240. ¢ 717-669-6524. 

Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Italian), Rev. Msgr. Ag- 
nello J. Angelini. In res., Rev. James Connolly. 
Res., 15 East Garibaldi ave., 18240. ¢ 717-669-6321. 
[CEM] 

Sacred Heart, Rev. Paul P. Welkie, Pastor. [CEM] 
Res., 81 W. High st., 18240. ¢ 717-669-9008. 

New Philadelphia, Schuylkill Co., Holy Family, Rev. 
Robert R. Fagan. [CEM] 

Res., 99 Valley st., 17959. ¢ 717-277-6800. 
School—Holy Cross Elementary School, Sisters of 
St. Casimir. (Clay & Wiggan streets). 

Sisters 5; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 175. 

Sacred Heart (Lithuanian), Rev. Henry .A. Paul, 
O.S.F. Ph.D.; Adm. pro tempore. 

Res., 41 Clay st., 17959. ¢ 717-277-6815, [CEM] 
Mission—Middleport, Chapel of the Immaculate 
Heart of Mary. 

Newtown, Schuylkill Co. ¢ 717-695-3667. Sacred Heart, 
Rev. Leo M. Buehler, Rector. [CEM] 

Res., 8 Wood st. (Newton), Zerbe, Tremont, 17981. 

Northampton, Northampton Co., Blessed Virgin Mary, 
Rev. Msgr. Michael F. Messaros. 

Res., 2174 Lincoln ave., 18067. ¢ 262-2559. [CEM] 
School—School Sisters of St. Francis. (2173 Wash- 
ington ave.). 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 82. 

St. Michael (Polish), Rev. Msgr. Bronislaus J. Sien- 
kiewicz. 

Res., 829 Main st., 18067. ¢ 262-2472. 

Our Lady of Hungary (German-Magyar), Revs. Ste- 
phen Vidoczy; William J. Linkchorst. 

Res., 1324 Newport ave., 18067. ¢ 262-2227. [CEM] 
School —Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus. (1314 Newport ave.). 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 306. 

Orefield, Lehigh County, St. Joseph, Revs. Joseph P. T. 
Smith; Donald H. Henry. In res., Rev. Vincent P. 
York. 

Res., Rt. 1, Box 771A, 18069. ¢ 395-2876. 

Palmerton, Carbon Co., Sacred Heart, Revs. Leo S. Staj- 
kowski; John M. Matlos, Pastor Emeritus. [CEM] 
Res., 243 Lafayette ave., 18071. ¢ 826-2335 
School—Children attend St. John Neumann School: 
(Primary, 641-45 W. Washington st., Slatington, 
18080. ¢ 767-2935; Middle 3rd and Lafayette ave., 
Palmerton, 18071. ¢ 826-2354. 

Sisters 1; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 201. 
Mission—Bowmanstown. 

Park Crest, (Barnesville P.O.), 18214. ¢ 717- 467-2315. 
Schuylkill Co., St. Richard, Rev. Edward W. McEI- 
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Pen Argyl, Northampton Co., St. Elizabeth, Revs. Mi- 
chael J, Melley, D.D., Pastor Emeritus; Joseph F. 
Alfonsi. In res., Rev. James Milhalak. [CEM] 
Res., 300 W. Babbit ave., P.O. Box 126, 18072. ¢ 
863-4777. 

School—Immaculate Conception B.V.M. Sisters of 
St. Joseph 3. (115 Lobb ave.). 

Lay Teachers 6; Pupils 141. 

Mission—Wind Gap. 

Port Carbon, Schuylkill Co., St. Stephen, Revs. Joseph 
J. Herley, Pastor Emeritus; John J. McNamara, 
Pastor. [CEM] 

Res., 218 Valley st., 17965. ¢ 717-622-6600. 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
(214 Valley st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 226. 

Pottsville, Schuylkill Co., St. John the Baptist (German), 
Rev. Francis J. Fox. In res., Rev. John V. Egan. 
Res., 913 Mahantongo st., 17901. ¢ 717-622-5470. 
[CEM] 

School—Sisters of Christian Charity (912 Howard 
ave.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 192. 

St. Joseph (Italian), Revs. Joseph A. Feeny, Pastor 
Emeritus; Leo J. Houseknecht, Pastor, In res., Rev. 
William J. Onushco. 

Res., 321 W. Howard ave., 17901. ¢ 717-622-3081. 
[CEM] 

Mary Queen of Peace, Rev. Charles L. McNulty, Pas- 
tor Emeritus; Very Rev. Robert C. Quinn, V.F. 
Res., 728 N. Centre st., 17901. ¢ 717-622-7004. 

St. Patrick, Rev. Msgr. John E. Boyle; Revs. William 
P. Jones; Henry M. Pruski. In res., Rev. Stephen L. 
Maco. 

Res., 319 Mahantongo st., 17901. ¢ 717-622-1802. 
[CEM] 

School—Sisters of St. Joseph (825 Mahantongo st.). 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 9; Pupils 370. 

Mission—St. John Neumann. 

Reading, Berks Co., 

1—St. Anthony (Lithuanian). 

Res., 243 S. 8th st., 19602. ¢ 373-6218. Ministered to 
by priests of St. Peter’s. 

2—St. Anthony (Polish), Rev. Stephen J. Halabura. 

~ Res., 501 Summit ave., Millmont, 19611. ¢ 374-1539. 
School—3 Bernardine Sisters of St. Francis. (234 
Grace st.). 

Lay teachers 1; Pupils 127. 

3—St. Catherine of Siena, Revs. Frederick J. Loeper; 
Andrew S. Polaha; Dennis C. Weiser. In res., Rev. 
Francis M. Grundowski. 

Res., 2427 Perkiomen ave., 19606. ¢ 779-4005. 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
(2328 Perkiomen ave.). 

Sisters 5; Lay teachers 9; Pupils 386. 

4—SS. Cyril and Methodius (Slovak), Rev. Michael A. 
Lesko. 

Res., 449 S. Sixth st., 19602. ¢ 373-0627. 
School—Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus. (502 S. 6th st.). 

Sisters 2; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 80. 

5—Holy Rosary (Italian), 3rd and Franklin sts., Rev. 
Msgr. Felix A. Losito; Rev. Thomas J. Benestad. In 
res., Rev. Gregory J. Tauber. 

Res., 237 Franklin st., 19602. ¢ 373-5579. 

Mission Church—Schuylkill ave. and Green st. 
School :Cabrini Academy (K-1) 240 Franklin st., 
19602. ¢ 374-8483. 

Lay teachers 3; Pupils 60. 

6—St. Joseph, Revs. Thomas L. Edwards; Leo I. Heine- 
man. In res., Rev. Robert J. Dreisbach. 

Res., 1018 N. 8th st., 19604. ¢ 376-2976. 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
(1040 N. 8th st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 190. 

7—St. Margaret, Revs. Andrew J. Lenahan, Pastor 
Emeritus; John A. Auchter, Pastor; Joseph D. Car- 
roll; Frederick F. Sattler. 

Res., 925 Centre ave., 19601. ¢ 376-2919. 
School—Sisters, Servants of Immaculate Heart of 
Mary. (233 Spring st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 255. 

8—St. Mary (Polish), Revs. Marian Paskowicz; Law- 
rence J. Bukaty; Chester Przybylo (Polish). [CEM] 
Res., 250 S. 12th st., 19602. ¢ 376-6322. 
School—Bernardine Sisters of the Third Order of 
St. Francis (325 S. 12th. st.). 

Sisters 2; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 89. 

9—St. Paul (German), Revs. Francis J. Fromholzer; Wil- 
liam C. Ward. [CEM] 

Res., 151 N. Ninth st., 19601. ¢ 374-7502. 
Mission—St. Cecilia’s Chapel, Reading. 

10—St. Peter, Rev. William J. O’Donnell; Rev. Msgr. 
Joseph P. O’Donnell, Pastor Emeritus; Revs. Joseph 
J.Campion. In res., Revs. John J. Grabish; Bruno M. 
Tucci. 

Res., 322 S. Fifth st., 19602. ¢ 372-9652. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
(218 S. 5th st.). 

Sisters 5; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 248. 


¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 


ALLENTOWN 


Ringtown, Schuylkill Co., St. Mary, Rev. Joseph D. For- 
gotch. 

Res., 86 N. Center st., 17967. ¢ 717-889-3850. 

Roseto, Northampton Co., Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Ital- 
ian), Revs. Gennaro J. Leone, C.M., Pastor Emeri- 
tus; Stephen J. India, C.M., Pastor. In Res., Rev. 
James G. Prior, C.M. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 422, 18013. ¢ 588-2183. 
School—Salesian Sisters. (Daughters of Mary Help 
of Christians). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 220. 
Saint Clair, Schuylkill Co., 
1—St. Boniface (German), Rev. Francis J. McNelis, Ad- 
ministrator. 
Res., 48 S. Nichols st., 17970. ¢ 717-429-0701. [CEM] 
2—St. Casimir (Lithuanian), Rev. Joseph M. Shatus. 
Res., 441 S. Nichols st., 17970. ¢ 717-429-2400. 
[CEM] 

3—Immaculate Conception (Slovak), Rev. John S. Be- 
neck. [CEM] 

Res., Box 85, Diener’s Hill, 17970. ¢ 717-429-1315. 
4—St. Mary, Revs. William J. McHale, Pastor; Francis 

J. McNelis, Adm. 

Res., Nichols and Hancock sts., 17970. ¢ 717-429- 

0701. [CEM] 

School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (Mill and Hancock 

sts.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 147. 

5—SS. Peter and Paul (Polish), Rev. John Z. Basinski. 
[CEM] 

Res., 216 N. Mill st., 17970. ¢ 717-429-0370. 

Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill Co., St. Ambrose, Revs. 
Alfred R. Ott; Stephen J. Radocha; John W, Bam- 
brick. 

Res., 208 Dock st., 17972. ¢ 717-385-1031. 

School —Sisters of St. Joseph. (214 Dock st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 264. 
Missions—Deer Lake, St. Kunegunda. 
Station—Schuylkill County Hospital and Home for 
Aged. 

Shenadoah, Schuylkill Co., 

1—Annunciation, Rev. John J. Nugent. In res., Rev. 
Frederick M. Skotek. [CEM] 

Res., 218 W. Cherry st., 17976. ¢ 717-462-1916. 
School—Sisters of Immaculate Heart (229 W. Cher- 
ry st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 175. - 

2—St. Casimir (Polish), Rev. Msgr. Julian G. Zagorski, 
Pastor Emeritus; Revs. Francis J. Opps, Pastor; 
Paul G. Puza. [CEM] 

Res., 229 N. Jardin st., 17976. ¢ 717-462-0223. 
School—Children attend St. Casimir-St. Stanislaus; 
Primary, Ferguson and Washington sts., 17976. ¢ 
462-9414; Middle Cherry and Wests sts., 17976. ¢ 
462-0454. 

Sisters 6; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 195. 

3—St. George (Lithuanian), Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. 
Karalius, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. 
Neverauskas, Pastor; Rev. Daniel J. Yenushosky. 
Res., 1298S. Jardin st., 17976. ¢ 717-462-0231. [CEM] 
School—Lithuanian Sisters of St. Casimir 4. (232 N. 
Highland st.). 

Lay teachers 1; Pupils 113. 

4—Holy Family (1870-1934), 17976. Records kept at An- 
nunciation Church, Shenandoah, ¢ 717-462-1916. 

5—Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Italian), Rev. Michael 
Romagno. [CEM] 

Res., 222 Diamond st., 17976. ¢ 717-462-1832. 
6—St. Stanislaus (Polish), Revs. Stephen J. Zmich; 
Leonard S. Merook, Administrator. 
Res., 108 W. Cherry st., 17976. ¢ 717-462-1867. 
[CEM] ; 
School—Bernardine Sisters 8. (201 W. Cherry st.). 
Children attend St. Casimir-St. Stanislaus, Primary, 
Ferguson and Washington sts., 17976. ¢ 462-9414; 
Middle, Cherry and West sts., 17976. ¢ 462-0454. 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 195. : 
7—St. Stephen (Slovak), Revs. Joseph U. Andel, Pastor 
Emeritus; Charles S. Sperlak, Pastor. ; 
Res., 18 E. Oak st., 17976. ¢ 717-462-0331. [CEM] 

Sheppton, Schuylkill Co., St. Joseph, Rev. Michael P. 
Sverchek. [CEM] ‘ : 
Res., East Oak st., 18248. ¢ 717-384-4102. 
Mission—Oneida, Pa. 

Shillington, Berks Co., St. John Baptist de la Salle, Revs. 
John A. Lyons, S.T.L., Pastor; Joseph Grembocki. In 
res., Rev. James J. Ward. rite 
Res., 400 Holland st., Box 187, 19607. ¢ 777-1697. 
School—Sisters of Mercy (420 Holland st.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 291. — 

Sinking Spring, Berks Co., St. Ignatius Loyola, Revs. J. 
Pascal Sabas; Edward G. Ganster; Joseph C. Ba- 
sovsky. In res., Rev. John G. Chizmar. 

Res., 2810 St. Alban’s dr., 19608. ¢ 678-3767. 
School—Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis 5. 
(2720 St. Alban’s drive). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 263. 

Slatington, Lehigh Co., Assumption B.V.M., Revs. Ed- 
mund G. Barr. Pastor Emeritus; James J. F. Stil- 
well, Pastor. 


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ALLENTOWN 


Res., 633 W. Washington st., 18080. ¢ 767-2214. 
[CEM] 

School—Children attend St. John Neumann School 
Primary, 641-45 W. Washington st., Slatington, 
18080. ¢ 767-2935; Middle, 3rd and Lafayette ave., 
Palmerton, 18071. ¢ 826- 2354. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 201. 

Summit Hill, Carbon Co., St. Joseph, Rev. Msgr. J. Fran- 
cis Haley, Pastor Emeritus; Rev. David A. Soder- 
lund. 

Res., 462 W. Ludlow st., 18250. ¢ 717-645-2664. 
[CEM] 

School—Sisters of Mercy. (118 W. Ludlow st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 198. 

St. Stanislaus (Polish), Rev. Michael J. Lisowski. 
Res., 118 N. Market st., 18250. ¢ 717-645-3037. 
Tamaqua, Schuylkill Co., St. Jerome, Revs. Edward J. 
Kenney, Pastor Emeritus; Thomas J. King, Pastor; 

Thomas G. Shanfelt. 
Res., 266 W. Broad st., 18252. ¢ 717-668-2301. 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary 
(250 W. Broad st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 216. 
Mission—Seek, Schuylkill Co., St. Patrick, every 
Sunday and holyday. [CEM] 

SS. Peter and Paul (Lithuanian), Rev. Stanley J. Luk- 
sys. [CEM] 
Res., 307 Pine st., 18252. ¢ 717-668-1150. 

Tower City, Schuylkill Co., SS. Peter and Paul, Rev. 
Joseph H. Kean, Pastor. 

Res., 825 E. Grand ave., 17980. ¢ 717-647-9472. 

Tremont, Schuylkill Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. 
James R. Brady. [CEM] 

Res., 58 Clay st., 17981. ¢ 717-695-3648. 

Treckow, Carbon Co., St. Bartholomew (Italian), Rev. 

Francis J. Schuster. 
Res., 49 E. Maple st., 18254. ¢ 717-455-0922. 

St. Michael (Slovak), Revs. Stephen E. Krizin, Pastor 
Emeritus; John Ondic. 
Res., 18 S. Chestnut st., 18254. ¢ 717-454-2802. 
[CEM] 

Tuscarora, Schuylkill Co., St. Bertha, Rev. Joseph J. 
Campbell. [CEM] 

Res., Broad st., 17982. ¢ 717-668-3336. 

Weatherly, Carbon Co., St. Nicholas, Rev. William J. 
Shields. [CEM] 

Res., 318 Plane st., 18255. ¢ 717-427-4123. 
School—Sisters of Immaculate Heart of Mary (243 
W. Main st.). 

Sisters 5; Pupils 63. 

Station—Carbon Co. District Home, Weatherwood. 

West Bangor, Northampton Co., St. Roch, Rev. Msgr. 
Joseph M. Whalen, S.T.L. 

Res., 1141 Verona dr., Pen Argyl], 18072. ¢ 863-9055. 
[CEM] 

West Reading, Berks Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Msgr. 
Theodore C. Wagner, D.D., Ph.D.; Revs. Robert A. 
Dressler; William T. Campion. 

Res., 103 S. 7th ave., 19610. ¢ 372-4010. P.O. Box 
6217, Reading, Pa., 19610. 

School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary 
(106 S. 7th ave.). 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 210. 

Whitehall, Lehigh Co., Holy Trinity, Rev. Msgr. Ray- 
mond F. Merman, Pastor, In res., Rev. Michael S. 
Lawrence. 

Res., 4102 S. Church st., 18052. ¢ 262-9315. 
St. Elizabeth, Revs. Frederick A. Winkler, Pastor 
Emeritus; Thomas J. Birch, Pastor; Thomas R. 


[A] SEMINARIES, RELIGIOUS, OR 
SCHOLASTICATES 

CentER VALLEY. Brisson Seminary, 18034. ¢ 282-3600. 
College Scholasticate of the Oblates of St. Francis de 
Sales; Very Rev. Cornelius Kilty, O.S.F.S., Superior; 
Rev. John McGinley, O.S.F.S., Asst. Superior; Rev. 
Michael A. Donovan, O.S.F.S., Director of Postu- 
lants; Brother Bernard Seif, O.S.F.S., Ass’t. Director 
of Postulants. In residence: Revs. Joseph Bowler, 
O.S.F.S.; Robert McGilvray, O.S.F.S.; Joseph Capo- 
danno, O.S.F.S. 17 Scholastics; 4 Lay Brothers; Post- 
ulants 17. 

M.S.C. Seminary, Station ave., P.O. Box 97, 18034. ¢ 
282-1415. Very Rev. Gerald Paul, M.S.C., Supr. and 
Dean of Students; Revs. Philip DeRea, M.S.C., Di- 
rector of Vocations; John P. Kavcak, M.S.C.; Joseph 
Pincsak, M.S.C.; Jacob Welle, M.S.C., Rev. Msgr. 
Matthias Buchholz, M.S.C., Prefect Apostolic, Shiht- 
sien, China. Non-Professed Students 7; Religious 
Brothers 2. 

NortHampton, Pa. Mary Immaculate Seminary, 18067. 
¢ 262-7866. (Congregation of the Mission).—Very 
Rev. Robert P. Maloney, C.M., Supr.; Revs. James 
D. Collins, C.M., Ass’t. Supr. and Treasurer; Gerard 
H. Luttenberger, C.M., S.T.D., Director of Students. 
In residence: Revs. Paul J. Sommar, C.M.; John P. 
Murray, C.M.; Richard J. Kehoe, C.M.; Gerald E. 





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Buckley. In res., Rev. John J. Denburger. 
Res., 618 Fullerton ave., 18052. ¢ 433-8066. 
School—Sisters of Mercy (900 S. Woodward st., 
18103). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 191. 

St. John the Baptist, Rev. Charles J. Ruffenach. 
Res., 3024 S. Ruch st., 18082. ¢ 262-2260. 
School—Lay teachers 6; Pupils 76. 


CHAPLAINS OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS 

Allentown. City Hospital—St. Catherine of Siena; Os- 
teopathic Hospital—St. Catherine of Siena; State 
Hospital—Rev. Andrew F. Bambrick; Lehigh Coun- 
ty Prison—Sacred Heart; Allentown and Sacred 
Heart Hospital Center—Rev. Edward B. Connolly, 
M.Div.; Good Shepherd Home—St. Paul; Liberty 
Nursing Center—St. Catharine of Siena; Parkway 
Manor Home—St. Catharine of Siena; Phoebe De- 
vitt Home—St. Catharine of Siena. 

Ashland. Ashland State Hospital—St. Mauritius, Ash- 
land; St. Joseph, Ashland; St. Joseph, Girardville; 
Our Lady of Good Counsel, Gordon. 

Bethlehem. Muhlenberg Medical Center—Notre Dame 
of Bethlehem. 

Coaldale. Coaldale State Hospital—SS. Cyril and Me- 
thodius, St. Michael, Lansford. SS. Peter and Paul, 
Lansford, St. Stanislaus, Summit Hill. 

Easton. Easton Hospital—Priests of Easton Area; 
Northampton County Prison—St. Bernard. 

Fountain Hill. St. Luke’s Hospital—St. Ursula; Cedar- 
brook (Lehigh County Home)—St. Ursula. 

Hamburg. Hamburg State School and Hospital —St. 
Mary. 

Lehighton. Gnaden Huetten Memorial Hospital —SS. 
Peter and Paul. 

Nazareth. Gracedale (Northampton County Home)— 
Holy Family. 

Palmerton. Palmerton Hospital—Sacred Heart 

Pottsville. Pottsville Hospital—Rev. Michael Briggman, 
Schuylkill County Prison—St. Patrick. 

Reading. Community Hospital—St. Peter; Reading Hos- 
pital, Rev. Edward Bolez, Th.F. 

Schuylkill Haven. Rest Haven Country Home. —St. 
Ambrose. 

Shenandoah. Locust Mountain State Hospital —Annun- 
ciation B.V.M. 

Weatherwood. Carbon County District Home. —St. 
Nicholas, Weatherly. 

Wernersville. State Hospital—Rev. Joseph Viti, M.S.C.; 
Berks County Prison—Jesuit Fathers, Werners- 
ville; Berksheim (Berks County Home), St. Ignatius, 
Whitfield. 

Wescosville. Lehigh County Home (Cedarbrook) St. 
Catherine of Siena, Allentown. 


Retired: 
Reverend Monsignors— 
Allwein, Charles L. 
Baran, Joseph A. 
Buikus, John. 
Dutko, Francis J. 
Haley, J. Francis. 
Karalius, Joseph A. 
King, Francis L. 
Mathis, Joseph L. 
Melley, Frederick A. 
O’Donnell, Joseph P. 
Terna, Nicholas J. 
Zagorski, Julian G. 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE 


Deitzer, C.M.; Michael V. Thornton, C.M.; Peter J. 
Albano, C.M.; William B. Mulcahey, C.M.; Stephen 
P. Trzecieski, C.M.; Robert G. Simons, C.M. Stu- 
dents for the Vincentian Community 18; Students 
for the Diocese of Allentown 23; Students for the 
Diocese of Scranton 2; Students for the Diocese of 
Harrisburg 4; Students for the Diocese of Greens- 
burg 3; Barnabites 2. 

WERNERSVILLE. Novitiate of St. Isaac Jogues, 19565. ¢ 
678-8085. Very Rev. Gerard J. Campbell, S.J., Rec- 
tor; Revs. James T. Maier, S.J., Dir. of Novices; 
Adm.: Rev. George R. Hohman, S.J.; Co-Director of 
Novices: Rev. William J. Walsh. In residence: Revs. 
Roger J. Blankfard, S.J. (Ret.); Francis X. Peirce, 
S.J.; George Schemel, S.J.; D. Gilbert Sweeney, S.J.; 
Francis J. Miles, S.J.; John M. Fraunces, S.J.; Peter 
Foley, S.J.; Robert Hamm, S.J.; George F’. Driscoll, 
S.J.; James A. Borbely, S.J. Staff Brothers 7; Nov- 
ices 37. 


[B] COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
CENTER VALLEY. Allentown College of St. Francis de 
Sales, 18034. ¢ 282-1100. Coeducational liberal arts 
college conducted by the Oblates of St. Francis de 
Sales (1965). Accredited. Very Rev. Daniel G. Gam- 
bet, O.S.F.S., Ph.D., Pres.; Rev. Alexander T. Pocet- 
to, O.S.F.S., Ph.D., Academic Dean; Rev. William A. 
Guerin, O.S.F.S., Treas.; Rev. John McGinley, 


¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 


ALLENTOWN 


Reverend Fathers— 
Andel, Joseph U. 
Barbato, Francis. 
Barr, Edmund G. 
Bruc, Walter J. 
Burkhart, Edward B. 
Carr, James M. 
Chesna, Pius C. 
Connelly, Edward A. 
Dick, C. Norbert. 
Dunajski, John S. 
Fenzil, George J. 
Gregas, Clarence M. 
Hammeke, Aloysius T. 
Herley, Joseph J. 
Jarecki, Joseph F. 
Kenney, Edward J. 
Krizin, Stephen E. 
Lenahan, Andrew J. 
McNulty, Charles L. 
Matlos, John M. 
Mealey, Francis J. 
Melley, Michael J. 
Mooney, William H. 
Norbutas, Stanislaus J. 
Ovecka, John G. 
Pekarik, Paul M. 
Quain, Gerald P. 
Sciarrone, Rosario, 4110 Berry ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. 
19026. 
Shalvey, John M. 
Urbanski, Jerome F. 
Walters, Francis W. 
Wiesler, John F. 
Winkler, Frederick A. 
Zmich, Stephen J. 


On duty outside Diocese: Rev. 
Msgr. James J. Mulligan, S.T.L., Vice Rector Mount 
St. Mary’s Seminary, Emmitsburg, Maryland, 
21727; Rev. 
Michael J. Chaback, S.T.L., St. Charles Seminary, 
Overbrook, Philadelphia, Penna., 19151; Rev. 
Msgr. Francis X. Barrett, Nat’l. Catholic Ed. Assoc., 
Suite 350, 1 Dupont Circle, Washington, D. C., 
20036; Rev. 
Richard E. Nachajski, Orchard Lake Schools, Or- 
chard Lake, Michigan, 48034. 


On sick leave: Rev. 
Msgr. John A. Rusek, Villa St. John Vianney, Down- 
ingtown, Pa. 19335. Rev. 
Richard C. Mushorn, Villa St. John Vianney, Down- 
ingtown, Pa. 19335. 


NEWMAN APOSTOLATE 
Albright College, Rev. James E. Gmitter. 
Cedar Crest College, Rev. A. Francis Soucy, O.F.M. 
Kutztown State, Rev. James E. Gmitter. 
Lafayette College, Rev. Gerald Paul, M.S.C. 
Lehigh University, Rev. Richard A. Schware. 
Moravin College, Rev. Richard A. Schware. 
Muhlenberg College, Rev. Donald H. Henry. 
Penn State Univ. (Berks Co.), Rev. James E. Gmitter. 
Penn State Univ. (Schuylkill Haven Center), Rev. Ste- 

phen J. Radocha. 


O.S.F.S., Dean of Students; Stephen Sivulich, Ph.D., 
Dir. of Admissions; Mrs. Margaret Kender, Associ- 
ate Dean of Students; Brother James P. McCabe, 
O.S.F.S., Ph.D., Librarian; Mrs. Lona Gross, Dir. of 
Development and Public Relations; Revs. James P. 
Donahue, O.S.F.S.; James P. Finnegan, O.S.F.S.; 
Dennis G. Murphy, O.S.F.S.; Gerard H. Schubert, 
O.S.F.S.; Jacob Welle, M.S.C.; Bernard Donahue, 
O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; Gerard Clark, O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; Ed- 
ward Hallinan, O.S.F.S., Ph.D. Priests on Faculty 
11; Sisters 2; Brothers 1; Lay Faculty 45; Students 
757. 

READING (Millmont). Alvernia College, 19607. ¢ 777- 
5411. Bernardine Sisters of St. Francis 29; M.S.C. 
Sister 1. Sister Mary Victorine, C.S.B., Pres. Lay 
teachers 39; Priests 2; Lutheran Minister 1; Stu- 
dents 848. Rev. Edward C. Bolez, Chaplain. 


[C] HIGH SCHOOLS, DIOCESAN 
ALLENTOWN. Allentown Central Catholic High School, 
Fourth and Chew sts., 18102. ¢ 437-4601.—Rev. 
Msgr. Raymond J. Leichner, Dir.; Mr. James M. 
Hodrick, M.Ed., Prin.; Rev. John J. Denburger, 
Vice-Prin. for Religious Programs; Mr. William J. 
Tielman, Administrative Asst.; Revs. Francis P. 
Schoenauer; Francis C. Revak; James Tulio; Paul E. 
Masiar; Vincent P. York. Sisters of St. Francis 8; 
Sisters of St. Joseph 5; Sisters, Servants of the Im- 

















ALLENTOWN 


maculate Heart of Mary 7; Missionary Sisters of the 
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 2: Sisters of Mercy 2; 
Lay teachers 33; Students 1,020. 

BETHLEHEM. Bethlehem Catholic High School. Dewber- 
ry and Madison aves., 18017. ¢ 866-0791. Founded 
as two-year commercial high school, 1897. Founded 
as four-year comprehensive high school. 1925. Mr. 
Richard B. Culver, M.Ed., Prin.; Sister Mary Ka- 
thryn Quinn, S.S.J., Vice-Prin.; Revs. Ronald C. Bo- 
cian; Bernabite Fathers—Revs. Louis M. Solcia, 
C.R.S.P.; Paul Keeling, C.R.S.P.; Gabriel Patil, 
C.R.S.P. Sisters of St. Joseph 14; Lay teachers 26; 
Students 843. 

Easton, Notre Dame High School, ¢ 868-1431— 3417 
Church rd., Easton, 18042. Mr. R. Kirkwood Colton, 
Prin.; Sr. Stella Marian, S.S.J., Vice-Prin.; Revs. 
Gerald E. Gobitas; David W. Karns; Joseph M. 
Braudis, M.A. Priests 3; Sisters, Servants of the Im- 
maculate Heart of Mary 6; Sisters of St.Joseph 6; 
Lay teachers 19; Students 465. 

FounTAIN Sprincs (Ashland P.O.). 17921. Cardinal 
Brennan High School. ¢ 717-875-1650. Sisters of the 
Immaculate Heart of Mary 13; Sisters of Jesus 
Crucified 2; Lay teachers 7. Revs. Edward W. Cole- 
man, Prin.; Sr. Davidica, I.H.M.; Daniel J. Yenu- 
shosky; Floyd Caesar; Frederick Skotek. Students 
337. 


Pottsvit_e. Nativity B. V.M. High School, Lawtons Hill, 
17901. ¢ 717-622-8110.—Rev. John V. Egan; Mr. 
James Selgrath, Vice Prin.; Revs. Thomas J. Bend- 
er; John J. Pavlosky; Stephen L. Maco; William J. 
Onushco. Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus 1; Sisters, Servants of the Immacu- 
late Heart of Mary 2; Sisters of the Holy Family of 
Nazareth 2; Sisters of St. Joseph 6; Daughters of 
Charity 1; Lay teachers 16; Students 527. 

ReapinG. Reading Central Catholic High School (Mon- 
signor Bornemann Memoria]). Hill road and Clymer 
st., 19602. ¢ 373- 4178.—Mr. Vincent T. Shemanski, 
Prin.; Rev. Francis Grundowski, M.Div., Vice Prin.; 
Revs. Robert J. Dreisbach; Gregory J. Tauber; 
James C. Bechtel; John S. Mraz. Bernardine Sisters 
of St. Francis 3; Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia 
4; Sisters of Christian Charity 10; Immaculate 
Heart Sisters 2; Lay teachers 15; Students 653. 

Holy Name High School, 955 E. Wyomissing blvd., 
19611. ¢ 374-8361. Rev. Edward R. Sacks, Prin.; Mr. 
William R. Kase, Vice Prin.; Revs. John G. Chizmar; 
James J. Ward; Bruno M. Tucci. Immaculate Heart 
Sisters 8; Sisters of St. Francis 2; Bernardine Sisters 
4; Precious Blood Sister 1; Sister of Mercy 1. Lay 
teachers 20; Students 643. 

Roseto. Pius X High School. Third ave., 18013. ¢ 588- 
3291.—Revs. James G. Prior, C.M., Prin.; James J. 
Mihalak. Sisters of St. Joseph 6; Lay teachers 9; 
Students 280. 

Tamaqua. Marian High School.——(Opened Sept. 1954). 
R.D. 1, 18252. ¢ 717-467-3335. Mr. John P. Malar- 
key, Prin.; Rev. Joseph T. Whalen, Vice-Prin.; Revs. 
Joseph J. Shelonis; Michael J. Stone; James M. Con- 
nolly; Steven J. Safko. Sisters, Servants of the Im- 
maculate Heart of Mary 13; Lay teachers 16; 
Students 600. 


[D] HIGH SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 
BETHLEHEM. St. Francis Academy, Monocacy Manor, 
395 Bridle Path rd., 18017. ¢ 691-5944. (Opened Sep- 
tember 1957). School Sisters of St. Francis 9. Lay 
teachers 5. Sister Mary Xavier, O.S.F., Prin. Stu- 
dents: Girls 115. Rev. John J. Martin, Chap. 


[E] SPECIAL EDUCATION 

ALLENTOWN. Mercy Day School: (830 S. Woodward st.), 
18103. ¢ 797-8242.—Sisters of Mercy 1; Lay teach- 
ers 2. Sister Mary Mildred, R.S.M., Prin. Students 
42. 

PorrsviL_e. St. Joseph Day School: 619 Mahantongo st., 
17901. ¢ 717-622-4638.—Sisters of St. Joseph 2; Lay 
Teacher 1. Sister Joan Kathleen, S.S.J., Prin. Stu- 
dents 36. 

READING (Mount Alvernia), 19607. Alvernia Education 
Center. ¢ 775-0250. Sisters 21; Students 90. 

Alvernia Montessori School, Sisters 1; Lay teachers 
1; Students 24. 


[F] CATHOLIC CHARITIES AND 
SOCIAL AGENCY 

ALLENTOWN. Main Office, 928 Union blvd., 18103. ¢ 435- 
1541. Rev. Msgr. Dennis A. Rigney; Rev. Joseph E. 
Kurtz, M.S.W.; Sister Miriam Fiduccia, M.S.B.T., 
A.C.S.W., Administrator of Professional Services 
(Reading Office). Staffed by Missionary Servants of 
the Most Blessed Trinity 9; 2 Daughters of Charity; 
2 Sisters of St. Joseph; 1 Sister of Mercy; 2 Grey 
Nuns of the Sacred Heart; 1 Daughter of Divine 
Zeal; 1 Glen Riddle Franciscan; 36 Lay Profession- 
als. Case-workers; Teachers and Clerical Staff. 


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[G] BRANCH OFFICES 

BETHLEHEM. (Branch Office) 1135 Stefko blvd., 18017. ¢ 
867-3901. (for Northampton County). 

Jim THORPE (Satellite Office-Mondays) Immaculate 
Conception, 178 W. Broadway, 18229. ¢ 717-325- 
2791, 

PoTTsvILLE. 306-308 N. Centre st., 17901. ¢ 717- 622- 
6392. (for Schuylkill and Carbon Counties). Branch 
Office—Mahanoy City 17-19 N. Main st. (17948). ¢ 
717-773-1390. 

READING. 138 N. Ninth st., 19601. ¢ 374-4891. (for Berks 
County). 


{H] GENERAL HOSPITALS 

ALLENTOWN. Sacred Heart Hospital, Fourth and Chew 
sts.,18102. ¢ 821-2121.—Missionary Sisters of the 
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 10. Rev. Msgr. Ray- 
mond J. Leichner, Executive Dir. and Treas.; Orlan- 
do R. Pozzuoli, President. Beds 205; Bassinets 30; 
Patients treated during the year: In 9,039; Out 67,- 
014. School of Nursing— Students 99. Sister M. Ei- 
leen, M.S.C., R.N., M.S., Dir. Chaplain: Rev. William 
Dillon, SS.CC. and Clergy of Sacred Heart Church. 

Cooperative Hospital Center—Allentown and Sacred 
Heart Hospital Center, Inc. P.O. Box 689, 1200 S. 
Cedar Crest blvd., Allentown, 18105. ¢ 82'121; Ad- 
ministrator; Ellwyn D. Spiker (82'100). Beds 396; 
Patients treated during the year: In 12,334; Out 60,- 
111. Rev. Edward B. Connolly, Dir. of Pastoral Care 
and Catholic Chap. 

PoTTsvILLE. Good Samaritan Hospital, E. Norwegian 
and Tremont sts., 17901. ¢ 717-622-3400.—Mission- 
ary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus 19. 
Bed capacity 214; Patients treated during the year: 
In 8,728; Out 39,963. Mr. Bernard Koval, M.P.H., 
Administrator; Sister M. Elise, M.S.C., Supr.; Rev. 
Frederick J. Meyers, SS.CC., Chap. 

READING. Saint Joseph’s Hospital, 215 North 12th st., 
19603. ¢ 376-4901.—Opened Aug. 26, 1872. Sisters 
of St. Francis of Philadelphia 18. Sister Francis 
Anne, O.S.F., M.H.A., Administrator. Bed capacity 
331; Patients during the year: In 12,358; Out 24,166. 
School of Nursing—Students 104. Sr. Helen M. Mar- 
tin, O.S.F., Dir.; Rev. William Gies, M.S.C., Chap. 


[I] SKILLED NURSING FACILITY 

BETHLEHEM. Holy Family Manor, 1200 Spring st., 18018. 
¢ 865-5595.—Missionary Sisters of the Precious 
Blood 14; Capacity 200. Rev. Msgr. James J. 
McHale, N.H.A., Dir.; Rev. John A. Gallagher, 
Chaplain. 

Lrmeport. Mount Trexler Skilled Nursing Unit of Sa- 
cred Heart Hospital, Limeport, 19060. —9 Mission- 
ary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Sister 
M. Geraldine, M.S.C., Administrator. Bed capacity 
65; In-patients 65; Patients treated annually 111. 
Rev. Francis C. Revak, Chap. 


[J] HOME FOR PRIESTS 
BETHLEHEM. Holy Family Villa, 1325 Prospect ave., 
18018. ¢ 694-0395. Rev. Msgr. James J. McHale, 
N.H.A., Dir. In res., Rev. Msgrs. Charles L. Allwein; 
Francis L. King; Frederick A. Melley; Joseph P. O’- 
Donnell; Julian G. Zagorski; Revs. Edmund G. Barr; 
Joseph A. Feeny; George J. Fenzil; Clarence M. 
Gregas; Edward J. Kenney; William J. Kirk; Ste- 
phen Krizin; Andrew J. Lenahan; Gerald P. Quain. 


[K] MONASTERIES AND RESIDENCES OF 
PRIESTS AND BROTHERS 

BETHLEHEM. The Barnabite Fathers, Dewberry and 
Madison aves., Bethlehem, 18017. ¢ (215) 691-8648. 
(Residence of the Barnabite Fathers who teach at 
Bethlehem Catholic High School). Very Rev. Paul 
M. Keeling, C.R.S.P., Superior; Revs. Louis M. 
Solcia, C.R.S.P.; Gabriel M. Patil, C.R.S.P.; John M. 
Buonomano, C.R.S.P.; Scholastics: Rev. Mr. Richard 
M. Kammerer; Rev. Mr. David M. Perry, C.R.S.P.; 
Resident-Rome, Italy: Rev. Mr. Michael M. Man- 
cusi, C.R.S.P. 

CENTER VALLEY. Oblates of St. Francis de Sales. Wills 
Hall, 18034. ¢ 282-3300. (Residence of the Oblates of 
St. Francis de Sales who staff Allentown College of 
St. Francis de Sales), Superior; Rev. Dennis Mur- 
phy, O.S.F.S.; Ass’t Supr.; Rev. Bernard Donahue, 
O.S.F.S., Ph.D. In res., Very Rev. Daniel G. Gambet, 
O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; Revs. James P. Finnegan, O.S.F.S., 
S.T.D.; Henry A. Paul, O.S.F.S., Ed.D.; Alexander T. 
Pocetto, O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; F. William Spaeth, O.S.F.S., 
Ph.D.; James C. Donahue, O.S.F.S.; William A. 
Guerin, O.S.F.S.; James Langelaan, O.S.F.S., S.T.D.; 
Edward Hallinan, O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; William Seelaus, 
O.S.F.S.; Gerard Schubert, O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; Gerard 
R. Clark, O.S.F.S., Ph.D.; David Voellinger, O.S.F.S.; 
William Nessel, O.S.F.S., J.C.D.; Thomas Furphy, 
O.S.F.S. 

Brisson Seminary, Station ave., 18034. ¢ 282-3600. 
(College Scholasticate for the Oblates of St. Francis 
de Sales). Very Rev. Cornelius Kilty, O.S.F.S., Su- 
perior; Rev. John F. McGinley, O.S.F.S., Ass’t. Su- 


¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 


ALLENTOWN 


perior; Rev. Michael Donovan, O.S.F.S., Dir. of Post- 
ulants; Brother Bernard Seif, O.S.F.S., Ass’t. Direc- 
tor of Postulants. Scholastics 14; Postulants 17. 

Mariannhill Fathers. St. Joseph Mission House, Rt. 
1, 18034. ¢ 797-1950. Very Rev. Egbert Heinlein, 
C.M.M., Supr. In res., Rev. Polycarp Versteylen, 
C.M.M. 

M.S.C. Seminary, Station ave., P.O. Box 97, 18034. ¢ 
282-1415. College Residence of the U.S. Province of 
the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart. Very Rev. 
Gerald Paul, M.S.C., Supr. Revs. Philip DeRea, 
M.S.C., Director of Vocations; Joseph Pincsak, 
M.S.C.; John Kavcak, M.S.C., M.Div.; Jacob Welle, 
M.S.C.; In res., Rev. Msgr. Matthias M. Buchholz, 
M.S.C., Prefect Apostolic of Shihtsien, China. Broth- 
ers 2; Non-Professed Students 7. 

Easton. St. Francis Friary, 3918 Chipman rd., 18042. ¢ 
258-3053. Franciscan Fathers (Custody of the Most 
Holy Savior). Very Rev. William Reisteter, O.F.M., 
Guardian; Rev. Lawrence Pollak, O.F.M., Vicar; 
Revs. Theodoric Zubic, O.F.M.; John Reiss, O.F.M.; 
Michael Lenz, O.F.M. Brothers 2; Students 3. 

New RiInGGo.tp. St. Mary’s Priory, Cistercian Monas- 
tery, R.D. 1 17960. ¢ 717-943-2645. Very Rev. Luke 
Anderson, S.O.Cist., Ph.D., Prior; Revs. Gregory 
Norman, S.O.Cist.; Xavier McInerney, S.O.Cist. 
Brothers 2. 

READING. Sacred Heart Monastery, Hyde Park, 19605. ¢ 
929-2025. Missionaries of the Sacred Heart.—Very 
Rev. Bernard J. Bretz, M.S.C., Supr.; Revs. Francis 
Bienkowski, M.S.C.; Francis Charnotta, M.S.C.; 
Frederick Balling, M.S.C.; Edmund Sutter, M.S.C.; 
George P. Sirak, M.S.C.; Robert Tobolski, M.S.C.; 
Philip Yandrisevits, M.S.C.; William Gies} M.S.C.; 
Joseph Viti, M.S.C. Brothers 5. 

WERNERSVILLE. Villa Maria Retreat House, Box 208, 
(19565). ¢ 678-1049. Residence of the Fathers and 
Brothers who staff the Villa Maria Retreat House 
for Men and Women. Superior: Very Rev. Robert T. 
Devine, O.S.F.S. In residence: Rev. Richard E. 
Cleary, O.S.F.S. Brothers 2. 


[L] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES OF 
SISTERS 

ALLENTOWN. Carmelite Monastery of St. Therese of the 
Child Jesus and St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi, “‘St. 
Therese’s Valley” R. D. 3—Box 551 Coopersburg, 
18036. ¢ 797- 3721.—Carmelite Nuns of the Ancient 
Observance. Professed Nuns 20; Novices 2; Postu- 
lant 1. Mother Clement Mary, O.Carm., Prioress; 
Mother M. Elisabeth, O.Carm., Asst. Attended by 
Marianhill Fathers. 

Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, 
who staff Sacred Heart Hospital, Fourth and Chew 
sts., 18102. ¢ 821-3303. Sister Linda Prinz, M.S.C., 
Supr. Sisters 9. 

Villa Maria Convent, 303 N. Sixth st., 18102. ¢ 433- 
3567.—Faculty house of Sisters, Servants of the Im- 
maculate Heart of Mary, who teach at Allentown 
Central Catholic High School. Sisters 7. Sister Mary 
Louis Bertrand, I.H.M., Supr.; Chaplain: Clergy of 
Sacred Heart Parish ¢ 434-5171. 

ASHLAND. Immaculate Heart Convent, Fountain 
Springs, 17921. ¢ 717-874-2323. Res. of the Sisters, 
Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary who 
teach at Cardinal Brennan High School. Sister 
Maria Davidica, I.H.M., Supr. Sisters 14. 

Banoor. Sisters of St. Joseph, who teach at Pius X High 
School. 550 Division st., 18013. ¢ 588-0868. Sister 
Helen Francine, S.S.J., Supr. Sisters 6. 

BETHLEHEM. Monocacy Manor, 395 Bridle Path rd., 
18017. ¢ 866-8494. Provincialate of the School Sis- 
ters of the Third Order of St. Francis (Bethlehem 
Prov.). Professed Sisters 25; Sister M. Marcelline 
Meluch, O.S.F., Provincial Supr.; Novice Director: 
Sister M. Rosaria Shina, O.S.F.; Rev. John J. Mar- 
tin, Chap. 

Blessed Trinity Missionary Cenacle, 1306 Prospect 
ave., 18018. ¢ 868-4748. Residence of the Sisters 
Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity 5. 

Holy Family Convent, 1220 Prospect ave., 18018. ¢ 
868-7776. Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood 
(who staff Holy Family Manor and Holy Family 
Villa) 11. Sister Ewaldine, C.P.S., Supr. 

St. Joseph Convent (Bethlehem Catholic H.S. 
Convent). Dewberry and Madison aves. ¢ 865-4691. 
Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph who teach at 
Bethlehem Catholic H.S. Sister Patricia Ash, S.S.J. 
Sisters 14. 

Easton. St. Michael Convent, 217 Spring Garden st., 
18042. ¢ 258-3746. Res. of the Sisters of St. Joseph 
who teach at Notre Dame H.S. Sister Stella Marian, 
S.S.J., Supr. Sisters 6. 

Limeport. Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart 
of Jesus, who staff Mount Trexler Nursing Home, 
18060. ¢ 965-9021. Sister M. Geraldine, M.S.C., 
Supr. Sisters 9. 

NortHaMpton. Lovers of the Holy Cross Convent, 
18067. ¢ 262-3689. 10 Sisters in charge of domestic 
dept. of Mary Immaculate Seminary, Northampton. 














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Sister Mary Le-thi My, Supr. 

Porttsvitte. Holy Family Convent, 1515 Mahantongo 
st., 17901. ¢ 717-622-4576.—Congregation of the Sis- 
ters of the Holy Family of Nazareth who teach at 
Nativity B.V.M. High School. Sisters 3. Sister M. 
Sylvia, C.S.F.N., Supr. 

Blessed Trinity Missionary Cenacle, 1311 W. Howard 
ave., 17901. ¢ 717-622-1482. Res. of the Missionary 
Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity. Sister Francis 

! Regis, M.S.B.T. Sisters 4; Francisan Sisters of Phila. 

(Glen Riddle) 1; Holy Cross Sister 1. 

Sacred Heart Convent, E. Norwegian and Tremont 
sts., 17901. ¢ 717-622-3400. Res, of the Missionary 
Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, who staff 
Good Samaritan Hospital and who teach at Nativity 
B.V.M. High School; Home Health Care Apostolate, 
Sister M. Elise, M.S.C., Supr. Sisters 17. 

READING. Assisi House, 1621 Mineral Spring rd., 19602. 
¢ 375-8001. Convent of the Sisters of St. Francis 
(Glen Riddle) who teach at Central Catholic High 
School. Sister Joan McVey, O.S.F., Supr. Sisters 4. 

St. Michael’s Convent, Hyde Park, 19605. ¢ 929-5751. 
—Provincial House and Retirement Home of the 
Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of 
Jesus. Professed Sisters 103. Sister M. Thomasita, 
M.S.C., Prov. Supr.; Sister M. Anna, M.S.C., Local 

Supr. Attended from Sacred Heart Monastery, 

‘ Hyde Park. 

Holy Spirit Missionary Cenacle , 510 Brighton ave., 
19606. Res. of the Sisters Missionary Servants of the 
Most Blessed Trinity. Sr. Miriam E. Fiduccia, 
M:S.B.T., A.C.S.W. 

Immaculata Convent, 1207 Orchard rd., 19611. ¢ 374- 

i 0393. Sister M. Nazarita, I.H.M., Supr. Residence of 
Immaculate Heart Sisters who teach at Holy Name 
High School. Sisters 8. 

Our Lady of the Assumption Convent. 1500 Eckert 
ave., 19602. ¢ 373-8203. Faculty House of Sisters of 
Christian Charity, teaching in Reading Catholic 
High School. Sisters 12. Sister Marie Bernarde, 
S.C.C., Supr. 

: Sacred Heart Convent. Mt. Alvernia, 19607. ¢ 777- 

6111.—Provincial House of Bernardine Sisters of 
Third Order of St. Francis. Professed Sisters 29; 
Novices 8; Postulants 1. Sister Mary Bonaventa, 

: C.S.B., Prov. Supr. ¢ 777-5249; Rev. Edward R. 

i Sacks, Chap. 

Newman Convent Sisters of St. Francis of Phila- 

: delphia. (Glen Riddle), who staff St. Joseph’s Hospi- 

tal. 303 Lombard st., 19604. ¢ 374-4974. Sister 

| Elizabeth Therese, .O.S.F., R.N., M.S.N., Supr. Sis- 

' ters 20. 

: St. Joseph Villa, 464 Bernardine st., Reading, Pa., 

: 19607. ¢ 777-5556. Home of the Retired Bernardine 

} Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis. Sister 

} Mary Baptist, C.S.B., Supr. Sisters 102. Rev. 

{ Charles F. Kropp, 0.S.A., Chap. 

: Villa St. Elizabeth, 1201 Museum rd., 19611. ¢ 372- 

: 5032. Convent of the Missionary Sisters of the Most 
‘ Sacred Heart of Jesus. Sr. M. Elizabeth, M.S.C., 

{ Supr. Sisters 18. Chaplain: Missionary Fathers of 
| the Sacred Heart. 

SHILLINGTON. Convent of the Precious Blood, Box 97, 
New Holland ave., 19607. ¢ 777-1624.—Novitiate of 
the Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood. Sisters 

tA 24; Novices 2. Postulants 2. Sister M. Fabian Tuck- 

: er, C.P.S., Supr.; Rev. James C. Bechtel, Chap. 


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[M] RETREAT HOUSES 

i BETHLEHEM. St. Francis Retreat House (Monocacy Man- 
ae or), 395 Bridle Path rd., 18017. ¢ 866-2597. School 
: Sisters of St. Francis. Sister M. Marella Meluch, 
; O.S.F., Supr. Week-end retreats (80) and days of 
\ recollection (150) For Women and Marriage En- 
ij counter Weekends. 
| Easton. St. Francis Retreat House. 3918 Chipman rd., 

18042. ¢ 258-3053. Guardian and Director of Re- 

treats: Very Rev. William Reisteter, O.F.M. Accom- 

modations; 82 retreatants. 
| SHILLINGTON. Marie Wald Retreat House Convent of 
| the Precious Blood. Box 97, New Holland ave., 
] 19607. ¢ 777-1624. For Women and Men and Mixed 
4 Groups. Sister M. Fabian Tucker, C.P.S., Supr. Sr. 
{ M. Hermana Teufer, C.P.S., Dir. 

WERNERSVILLE. Villa Maria Retreat House. Box 208, 

. 19565. ¢ 678-1049. Very Rev. Robert T. Devine, 
O.S.F.S., Supr.; Weekend retreats and Days of recol- 


NMAAIST DR Rca natok arch cede epcanson ims ie nnie naan 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 254 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ..............-. 4 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent ................ 49 
Religious Priests resident in diocese. ........ 102 
Religious Priests from your diocese 
ANC SOTEIRI MISSIONS) 8 once nssnzecopncancaneos 5 
Total Priests of Diocese. ................0.00+ 414 
Priests from other dioceses .............:0:000 6 
TANSITIONAl DEACONS | sioicdacsacnvesenclivenesceonens 10 





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lection for adults. 


[N] CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL GROWTH 

WERNERSVILLE. Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth. 
(Conducted by the Jesuit Fathers), 19565. ¢ 215-678- 
3886. Director: Rev. George Schemel, S.J. Staff: 
Revs. James Borbely, S.J.; George Driscoll, S.J.; Pe- 
ter C. Foley, S.J.; Robert Hamm, S.J.; Francis Miles, 
S.J.; Sr. Judith Roemer. Directed Retreat programs 
in prayer and discernment, organizational develop- 
ment and management. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 
The number preceding the title of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section, where further informa- 
tion regarding the Community may be found. 

C.M. [40]—Vincentian Fathers (Eastern Province) — 
Mary Immaculate Seminary, Northampton: Ban- 
gor: Our Lady of Good Counsel; Roseto: Our Lady of 
Mt. Carmel; Pius X.H.S. 

C.M.M. [33]—Marianhill Fathers—(American- Canadi- 
an Prov.)—St. Joseph Mission House, Center Val- 
ley. 

C.R.S.P. [81]—Clerics Regular of St. Paul (Barnabite 
Fathers)—Bethlehem: Bethlehem Catholic High 
School. 

M.S.C. [53]—Missionary Fathers of the Sacred Heart 
(United States Province)—Sacred Heart Seminary, 
Center Valley; Sacred Heart Monastery, Holy 
Name H.S., Hyde Park, Reading; Holy Family, 
Nazareth. 

O.F.M. [21]—Franciscan Fathers (Croatian Franciscan 
Commissariat)—St. Joseph, Bethlehem. 

O.F.M. [21]—Franciscan Fathers (Commissariat of the 
Most Holy Savior)—Easton, St. Francis Friary and 
Retreat House, Notre Dame High School. 

O.S.F.S. [61]—Oblates of St. Francis De Sales—Allen- 
town College of St. Francis de Sales, Center Valley, 
Brisson Seminary; Retreat House, Wernersville. 

S.J. [30]—Jesuit Fathers (Maryland Province) —St. 
Isaac Jogues Novitiate, Wernersville. 

S.O.Cist. [15]—Cistercian Fathers—St. Mary’s Monas- 
tery, New Ringgold, Pa. 

SS.CC. [56]—Fathers of the Sacred Hearts— Allentown: 
Sacred Heart Hospital; Pottsville: Good Samaritan 
Hospital. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 

(12]—Calced Carmelites—InstiruTION—Allentown: 
Carmelite Monastery. 

[19]—Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul.— 
InstituTIONs—Northampton: Mary Immaculate 
Seminary. 

(19B]— Daughters of Divine Charity—CHuRCH —Beth- 
lehem: St. John Capistrano. 

[31]—Sisters of Christian Charity—CHURCHES —Allen- 
town: Our Lady Help of Christians; Jim Thorpe: St. 
Joseph; Pottsville: St. John Baptist. InstrruTIoN— 
Reading: Central Catholic High School. 

[47]—Bernardine Sisters of the Third Order of St. Fran- 
cis—CHURCHES—Mahanoy City: Mahanoy City 
Catholic Elementary School; Minersville: St. Stanis- 
laus; S Reading: St. Anthony; St. Mary: St. Joseph 
Villa; Alvernia Education Center. Shenandoah: St. 
Casimir-St. Stanislaus. —INstiTuTIONS —Reading: 
Alvernia College; Central Catholic High School; 
Holy Name High School; Sacred Heart Convent. 

[52]—Felician Sisters (Congregation of Sisters of St. 
Felix) —ScHoot—Reading: St. Mary. 

[73]—The Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. — 
Scuoots—Allentown, Lehighton; Bally; Bethlehem; 
Easton; Reading.—INnstiruT1IoNs— Allentown: Al- 
lentown Central Catholic High School; Reading: 
Central Catholic High School, Holy Name High 
School, St. Joseph Hospital and Nursing School. 

[74]—Sisters of St. Francis of the Providence of God.— 
ScHoot—Mahanoy City: Mahanoy City Catholic 
Elementary School. 

[83]—School Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis 
(Bethlehem, Pa.).—ScHoots—Bethlehem: SS. Cyril 
and Methodius; Emmaus: St. Ann; Hellertown: St. 
Theresa; Northampton: Blessed Virgin Mary; Whit- 
field: St. Ignatius Loyola. —INstriruTION—Beth- 
lehem: St. Francis Academy, St. Francis Retreat 
House, Monocacy Manor. 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 


Total Brothers: Apsec-rsesesas<sackejneascstace ererewted 29 
PP OtALSISCETS derecciestesvas. -cxecavaiapanighataduedeee aes 990 
Sisters. in foreign: MISSIONS © <sass;otsa+.foeesesen-e- 19 
Parish eg) on cceresacasosucocausatehenncpiatodethatues ia dhavts 152 
With resident Pastor .........cscccccsssesceees 148 
Non-resident, Pastor fecasccisasasessssazenosncass 4 
MiSSIOIG 5 acasattenacakaish detilactiarsstorShetan snacisascate 20 
Chapels wires atoes cath avapaetasiccaontanas harepenosacs 140 
With resident Chaplain .............ccce 25 
Non-resident Chaplain ...........::.csccse0 115 


¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 


ALLENTOWN 


[125]—Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth (Immacu- 
late Conception Prov.)—CHurcH— McAdoo: St. 
Kunegunda. —InstituT1ons— Pottsville: Nativity 
B.V.M. High School, Holy Family Convent. 

[132]— Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of 
Jesus—ScuHoots—Allentown: Central Catholic 
High School; Holy Spirit School; Coplay: St. Peter; 
Hyde Park: Holy Guardian Angels; Lansford: St. 
Michael; Limeport: St. Michael the Archangel; 
Nazareth: Holy Family; Northampton: Our Lady of 
Hungary; Palmerton: St. John Neumann; Pottsville: 
Nativity B.V.M. High School; Reading: SS. Cyril 
and Methodius; Slatington: St. John Neumann. — 
InstiTuUTIONS—Allentown: Sacred Heart Hospital 
and Nursing School; Hyde Park: St. Michael’s Con- 
vent; Limeport: Sacred Heart Convalescent Home; 
Pottsville: Good Samaritan Hospital, Nativity 
B.V.M. High School. 

[135]—Poor Sisters of Jesus Crucified and the Sorrow- 
ful Mother—CuurcHes—Frackville Annunciation 
B.V.M.; St. Joseph; Fountain Springs: Cardinal 
Brennan H.S. 

(146]— Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (Salesian 
Sisters of St. John Bosco). Roseto: Our Lady of Mt. 
Carmel. 

[164]—-Sisters. Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary.—Allentown: Allentown Central Catholic 
High School; Ashland: Immaculate Heart Elemen- 
tary School; Bethlehem: SS. Simon and Jude; Eas- 
ton: Easton Catholic Elementary School, St. Jane 
Frances de Chantal, Notre Dame High School; 
Fountain Springs: Cardinal Brennan High School, 
Immaculate Heart Elementary School; Girardville: 
Immaculate Heart Elementary School; Jim Thorpe: 
Immaculate Conception; Lansford: St. Ann; McA- 
doo: St. Patrick; Port Carbon: St. Stephen; Potts- 
ville: Nativity B.V.M. High School; Reading: St. 
Catherine of Siena, St. Joseph, St. Margaret, St. 
Peter, Holy Name High School, Central Catholic 
High School; Shenandoah: Annunciation B.V.M.; 
Tamaqua: St. Jerome; Marian High School; Weath- 
erly: St. Nicholas; West Reading: Sacred Heart. 

[168]—-Sisters of Mercy(Merion, Pa.)— ScHoots—Allen- 
town: Mercy Day School; St. Paul: Shillington: St. 
John the Baptist de LaSalle; Summit Hill: St. Jo- 
seph; Whitehall: St. Elizabeth. —INstiruTION—AI- 
lentown: Central Catholic High School. 

[172]— Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity. 
—Allentown: Bethlehem; Reading; Pottsville; Cath- 
olic Social Agencies. 

[173A]—Missionary Sisters of the Precious Blood— 
Holy Family Manor, Bethlehem; Convent of the 
Precious Blood, Shillington. 

[185A]—Angelic Sisters of St. Paul/—Kaston: St. Mary 

(213]—Sisters of St. Casimir—CHURCHES— Miners- 
ville: St. Francis: New Philadelphia: Holy Cross; 
Shenandoah: St. George. 

[221]—Sisters of St. Joseph—ScHooLts—Allentown; 
Central Catholic High School. St. Catherine, Holy 
Spirit, St. Thomas More; Bethlehem: St. Anne. Beth- 
lehem Catholic High School, Holy Infancy, Notre 
Dame of Bethlehem, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 
St. Ursula: Branchdale: St. Mary. Star of the Sea; 
Colesville: St. Michael the Archangel; Easton: Notre 
Dame High School; Limeport: St. Michael the Ar- 
changel; Miller Heights: Sacred Heart; Minersville: 
Elizabeth Ann Seton; Pen Argyl: Immaculate Con- 
ception; Pottsville: St. Joseph’s Day School. Nativi- 
ty of B.V.M. High School, St. Patrick; Roseto: Pius 
X High School; Saint Clair: St. Mary; Schuylkill 
Haven: St. Ambrose. 

[230]—Ursuline Nuns of the Congregation of Paris. 
Reading: St. Peter. 


DIOCESAN CEMETERIES 
Bethlehem: Holy Saviour, 857 E. Langhorne ave., 
18017. 
Wescoesville: Resurrection, R.D. No. 2, Box 723 B, 
18106. 


NECROLOGY 


(No Deaths) 


Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 71 
Seminaries, Religious, or Scholasticates .. 4 
BudentesREMPIOUS | cusp iccteakonres 103 
Diocesan Students from this diocese 23 
Dotal S@minarians?, hy,ceactecss-asnncenes at sansteces 174 
Colleges and Universities  .............:sscssesse 2 
Mee ras cians tits oicetslostaaductteanc 824 
Wome ni iesisvesstetcccacasieseealicsnatieetoats 746 
Total Students asicaieton seo cxants 1,570 
High Schools, Diocesan and Parochial 9 








































ALLENTOWN 42 ALLENTOWN 
RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS (Continued) 

BOYS Wieser ena tomestiymnert seers 2,696 Priests, Teaching (full time) ...........:2se00+ 78 Sttident.. nurses «..:..-:.ssssconetssapepeeeeeenen eee 206 
GEG keh ie Seti ee A RN Roel SO St 2,884 Brothers, Teaching Zz Childrén in*foster homes iro1.tasqeeue 169 
Total’ Students We Ao. cscceccese sss tvevsevttsries 5,580 Sisters, Teaching 470 Total Dependent Children ...........: 169 
High’ Schools, Private” Aeccseccssr<ctrerretees steve 1 Paid Lay Teachers 714 “Infant, Baptisms °“s....--ceccc-ctecedeneeereeereeeeceyea 3,916 
CSIrdS saeco l cet cascostee oes teres mene stnconreaiog 117 Total Teachers in diocese -1,. sect... 1,264 © COmnVe Sti) o-sccacsese0essoescopeaseessteereeseaeaeeeneeetien 221 
MOtalsSUUGENES! Aevecscccerstiestects.<ckcetps recut 117 General Hospitals ™: 2.2: crcccsccsscverexesseoncnssaese 3 Total, Baptisms “2. )-)cuccssvsuss sree teeren 4,137 
Elementary Schools, Parochial ................+ 77 BEd" CAPACITY: mies cccscecetrnescuinaree sede csncesrs 750  Marriages::Catholic: \ucccccaccuscssssaeseeratertacar> 1,082 
Total Sitident8\ 7. Ask coctet ot oat. 15,300 In-Patients treated annually ................ 30,125 Mixed © ii.s-cacsecccesesctauepocareensean septs teens 832 
Public School Pupils in Special Out-Patients treated annually _............ 131,143 Total Marriages <.2%..csssseuscseenereescens 1,914 
Religious Instruction Classes Total PattontSanssce ect cncsrtote-cesencccorss 161,268 Deaths c.....20.cccecctosncesccste iaeeete aeeneeneeee ane 2,821 

High SCHOGUIStUGENtS <ccrcrectecsrccascteans 3,754 Special Hospitals or Sanatoria. ...............++ 2 
Yemientarye SCUGENtS  stececccreseusestecrora-ee- 12,540 Bed capacity 265 ‘Total'Catholic Population sje 263,255 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 39,035, Schools for nurses 2 Total*Population™ cee erence 1,000,000 





¢ Area Code 215 unless otherwise indicated 











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Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown 


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(Dioecesis Altunensis-Johnstoniensis) 





Most Reverend 
JAMES J. HOGAN, D.D., J.C.D. 


Bishop of AltoonaJohnstown; ordained December 8, 
1937; appointed Titular Bishop of Philomelium and 
Auxiliary of Trenton Nov. 27, 1959; cons. Feb. 25, 1960; 
appointed to the See of AltoonaJohnstown May 23, 
1966; installed July 6, 1966. Res., Office, Box 126, Logan 
Boulevard, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 16648. 


















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ESTABLISHED D10cESE OF ALTOONA, May 27, 1901. Rede- 

signated Diocese of AltoonaJJohnstown, October 9, 

1957, and St. John Gualbert’s, Johnstown, erected as the 
Co-Cathedral. SquUARE MILEs6,674. 


Comprises the Counties of Bedford, Blair, Cambria, 

Centre, Clinton, Fulton, Huntingdon and Somerset in 

the State of Pennsylvania, with a Total Population of 
624,800. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions, 
consult the Chancery Office. 





Former Bishops—Rt. Rev. Eucrene A. Garvey, D.D., 
ordained Sept. 22, 1869; cons. Sept. 8, 1901; died Oct. 
22, 1920; Most Rev. JoHN JosePH McCorrt, D.D., 
ordained Oct. 14, 1883; cons. Titular Bishop of 
Azotus and Auxiliary to the Archbishop of Phila- 
delphia, Sept. 17, 1912; appointed Coadjutor cum 
jure successionis to the Bishop of Altoona, Jan. 27, 
1920; bishop of Altoona, Oct. 22, 1920; appointed 
Assistant at the Pontifical Throne, Oct. 5, 1933; died 
Apr. 21, 1936; Most Rev. RicHarp T. GUILFOYLE, 
D.D., ordained June 2, 1917; appointed Aug. 8, 1936; 
cons. Nov. 30, 1936; died June 10, 1957; Most Rev. 
Howard J. Carroll, D.D., ordained April 2, 1927; ap- 
pointed Dec. 5, 1957; cons. Jan 2, 1958; died Mar. 21, 
1960. Most Rev. J. Carroll McCormick, D.D., or- 
DAINED JULY 10, 1932; cons. ApriL 20, 1947; ap- 
POINTED JUNE 25, 1960; TRANSFERRED TO THE SEE OF 
ScrANTON Marcu 4, 1966. 

Vicar General—Rev. Msgr. THoMas E. Mappen, P.A., 
V.G., Cathedral, P.O. Box 33, Altoona, Pa., 16603. 

Vicar for Religious—Rev. AUGUSTINE DONEGAN, 
T.O.R., St. Francis Seminary, Loretto, Pa., 15940. 

Chancellor & Secretary—Rev. Msgr. Pau D. Panza, 
Chancellor; Rev. GEorGE B. Finn, Vice Chancellor. 

Chancery Office—Box 126, Logan blud. ¢ 814-695-5579, 
Hollidaysburg, Pa., 16648. Office hours 9-5 except 
weekends and Holy Days. 

Diocesan Consultors—Rev. Msgrs. THomas E. Map- 
DEN, P.A., V.G.; THomas T. Caw_ey, V.F., S.T.L., 
LL.D.; RopNey HEMLER; Francis B. McCaa; An- 
THONY J. O'TOOLE; PaTRICK V. FLEMING; LINFORD F. 
GREINADER; CASIMIR B. OssowskI; JOSEPH F. PIER; 
Atoysius J. CHERVENAK; PAUL D. Panza; Rev. Bro- 
NISLAUS J. WoRSA. 

Diocesan Tribunal—Logan blvd., Box 126, Hollidays- 
burg, Pa., 16648. 

Officialis—Rev. Msgr. Patrick V. FLEMING. 

Vice Officialis—Rev. Msgr. Paut D. Panza. 

Pro-Synodal Judges—Rev. Msgrs. THoMas E. MapDDEN, 
P.A., V.G.; Ropney F. HEMLER; Francis B. McCaa; 
Casimir B. OssowskI. 

Promoter Justitiae—Rev. EUGENE BRADLEY. 

Defensors Vinculi—Rev. Msgr. Linrorp F. GREINAD- 
ER, V.R.; Rev. MICHAEL E. SERVINSKY. 

Advocates—Rev. Msgrs. Rev. STEPHEN SLAVIK; PHI- 
Lip P. SAYLOR. 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF ALTOONA 

1—CATHEDRAL OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT (1853), Rev. 
Msgr. Thomas E. Madden, Ph.D., Pastor; Revs. D. 
Timothy Grimme; Leonard T. Inman. 
Res., 1331 13th ave., P.O. Box 33, 16603, ¢ 944-4603. 
School—Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill; Carmelite 
Community of the Word. (1304 13th ave.). 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 134. 

2—IMMACULATE CONCEPTION (St. Mary’s) (1860), Rev. 
Msgr. Harold J. Burkhardt; Revs. William A. Rosen- 
steel; William S. Crouse. In res., Rev. Daniel F. O’- 
Friel. [CEM] 
Res., 1405 Fifth ave., 16602. ¢ 942-2416. 
School—Sisters of St. Agnes. (1408 Fourth ave.). 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 299. 

3—Sr. Marx’s (1889), Revs. Louis J. Mulvehill, S.T.L.; 
William E. Mullen; Michael A. Becker; Michael E. 
Servinsky. 
Res., 410 6th ave., 16602. ¢ 942-0364. 
School—Sisters of Mercy. (607-4th st.). 


Notaries—Rev. Msgr. Paut D. Panza; Rev. GrorGE B. 
FLInn; Rev. MICHAEL E. SERVINSKY. 

Deaneries and Deans—Altoona, Rev. Msgrs. ANTHONY 
J. O’Too.sr, V.F.; Johnstown, THomas T. CAWLEY, 
V.F.; Eastern; Very Rev. Faser J. MA.LLoy, V.F.; 
Northern, Patrick V. FLEMING, V.F.; Northern 
Cambria, Francis B. McCaa,S.T.L., V.F.; Southern; 
Southern Cambria, PHitip B. CurrAN, S.T.L., V.F.; 
Very Rev. Ignatius WaDAS. 

Censor Librorum—Rev. Msgr. THoMas E. MADDEN, 
P.A., V.G. 

Moderator of Clerical Conferences—Rev. Msgr. FRAN- 
cis B. McCaa, V.F., S.T.L. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 

Apostleship of Prayer—Rev. Ropert J. McCoy, Dioce- 
san Dir. 

Art, Special Commission for—Rev. Msgr. THoMas E. 
Mappen, V.G., Chairman. 

Building Commission—Rev. Msgrs. THOMAS E. Map- 
DEN, V.G.; Msgr. Francis B. McCaa; JOSEPH 
O'TOOLE; JOSEPH FLEMING; Rev. WALTER M. Kurp- 
ZIEL. 

Catholic Social Services—Altoona: Rev. Msgr. JOSEPH 
M. Luppy, Dir., Office: 1300 12th ave., P.O. Box 1349, 
Altoona, Pa. ¢ 944-9388; Johnstown: Mr. GILBERT 
WEAKLAND, Asst. Dir., Office: 215 Union st., Johns- 
town, Pa. 

Cemeteries—Rev. Msgr. JOSEPH F. Pirr, Dir., 218 Ma- 
ple ave., Johnstown, Pa. 

Confraternity of Christian Doctrine—Rev. Msgr. 


FrANcis E. KELLY, Dir., Box 126B, Logan blud., Hol- 


lidaysburg, 16648 Rev. ALPHONSE MASCHERINO, 
Asst. Dir. 

Coordinator, Campus Ministry—Rev. QUENTIN 
Scuaut, O.S.B., Penn State Catholic Center, 531 W. 
Fairmount ave., State College, Pa., 16801. 

Coordinator, Charismatic Renewal—Rev. ROBERT 
KELLY, 820 Westerly pkwy., State College, Pa., 16801. 

Deaf Society—Rev. Msgr. Puiuip P. Saytor, Spiritual 
Dir. 

Diocesan Priests’ Senate—Rev. Msgr. Francis B. 
McCaa, Pres. 

Diocesan Clergy Personnel Board—Rev. Msgr. JOSEPH 
M. O’TOOLE. 

Diocesan Conciliation Service—Rev. Msgr. JosEPH M. 
O’Tootg, Executive Board Chairman. 

Diocesan Sisters’ Council—Sister DoroTtHy ANTONAZ- 
zo, C.S.J., Pres. 


Sisters 5; Lay teachers 6; CCD Class. 
Chapel—Valley View Home for the Aged. 
4—Sacrep Heart (1890), Rev. Msgr. Anthony J. 
O’Toole, V.F.; Rev. Richard J. Krumenaker. 
Res., 511 Twentieth st., 16602. ¢ 943-8553. 
School—Sister Servants of the Sacred Heart. (2006 
6th ave.) 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 365. 
5—Ho ty Rosary (1901), Revs. Robert J. McCoy; Robert 
C. Mazur. 
Res., 900 Fourth st., Juniata, 16601. ¢ 944-6676. 
6—Our Lapy or Mr. CARMEL (1905), Revs. Alan Polli- 
mine, T.O.R.; John Flannelly, T.O.R.; Gregory 
McConnell, T.O.R.; Carmen Gaeta, T.O.R. 
Res., 806 Eleventh st., 16602. ¢ 942-8501. 
School—Franciscan Sisters of the Imm. Conc. (Scot- 
land). (1012-8th ave.). 
Brother 1; Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 216. 
Mission—Pleasant Valley, Our Lady of the Assump- 
tion Chapel (1925). 


¢ Area Code 814 unless otherwise-indicated 


Education, board of—Rev. Msgr. THoMas T. CAWLEY, 
V.F.,S.T.L., LL.D.; Revs. Msgrs. Francis B. McCaa, 
S.T.L.; GERALD E. STEPHENS, V.F.; Patrick V. FLEM- 
ING, S.T.L.; Rev. Msgr. Linrorp F. GREINADER: 
Revs. JOHN J. LAFFERTY; VINCENT R. NEGHERBON, 
OLR: 

Eucharistic, League—Rev. Rosert J. McCoy, Dir. 

Family Life Bureau—Rev. Witu1aM J. Peters, Dir., 
P.O, Box 306, Ebensburg, Pa., 15931. Assistant Di- 
rector: Rev. PHiL1ip BENDER. 

Holy Name Societies, Union of —Rev. Lucian MATTIEL- 
LO, Diocesan Director. 

Hospitals and Allied Agencies—Rev. BERNARD J. 
O’MALL Ey, Bishop’s Representative. 

Human Relations and Ecumenical Affairs, Diocesan 
Commission on—Rev. Msgr. Puiip P. Sartor, Dir. 

Information—Rev. Msgr. Puitip Saytor, Dir., Logan 
blud., Hollidaysburg, Pa., 16648. 

Liturgical Commission—Rev. Msgr. Roy F. King, 
General Chairman. 

Music, Special Commission for—Rev. Msgr. Roy F. 
KLINE, Chairman. 

Newspaper, “The Catholic Register’—Rev. Msgr. Pui- 
Lip SayLor, Editor, Logan blud., Hollidaysburg, 
Pa., 16648. 

Nocturnal Adoration Society—Rev. Ropert J. McCoy, 
Moderator. 

Pro-Life Director—Rev. EUGENE T. Gomu ka, S.T.L., 
Office: 3959 6th ave., Altoona, Pa., 16602. 

Propagation of the Faith—Rev. Msgr. FRANcis A. ACK- 
ERSON, Diocesan Dir., P.O. Box 87, Loretto, Pa. 

Purgatorial Society, Priests—Rev. Ropert J. McCoy, 
Dir. 

St. Vincent de Paul Society—Rev. Msgr. Francis A. 
ACKERSON, Moderator. 

Schools—Rev. Msgr. THoMas K. Mason, Supt. Assist- 
ants to Superintendent: Rev, WiLL1AM E. SHULTZz; 
Sister M. Pauta, C.C.W. Office; Logan blud., Hol- 
lidaysburg, Pa. Res., St. Mary’s Church, 312 Clark 
st., Hollidaysburg, 16648. 

Scouting—Rev. Francis L. Gorney, 1906-19th st., Al- 
toona, Pa., Diocesan Chaplain. 

Vocations—Rev. MicHAEL A. Becker, 410 6th 

ave., Altoona, 16602. DeENNiIs M. KurRDZIEL, 
400 S. 4 st., Philipsburg, 16866, Assoc. Dirs. 
Office: Logan blvd., Hollidaysburg, Pa. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


7—Sr. LEo’s (1911), Revs. Jeremiah P. Flynn; Charles F. 
Bodziak. 
Res., 2010 Twelfth ave., 16601. ¢ 942-0371. 
School—Sisters of Charity. 
Sister 1; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 85. 

8—SS. Peter AND Paut (1911) (Polish), Rev. Francis L. 
Gorney, M.Div. 
Res., 1906 19th st., 16601. ¢ 942-5747. [CEM] 
School—Carmelite Community of the word (1902 
19th st.). 
Sisters 3; Pupils 14. 

9—Sr. JoHN THE EVANGELIST’S (1921), Rev. Msgr. Philip 
P. Saylor; Revs. David Lockard; Edward L. Ecken- 
rod. 
Res., 309 Lotz ave., Lakemont, 16602. ¢ 942-5503. 
School—CCD Coordinator (Lay) 1; Lay teachers 4; 
Pupils 100. 

10—Our Lapy oF LourpEs (1923), Revs. John J. Laffer- 
ty; Paul E. Turnbull; Richard Caprio. 
Res., 2716 Broad ave., 16601. ¢ 943-6185. 





























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School—Sisters of Mercy. (2719 W. Chestnut ave.). 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 215. 

11—Sr. Rose or Lima (1924), Revs. Eugene O’M Brad- 
ley; Lawrence Lacovic. In res., Rev. Geroge Flinn. 
Res., 5514 Roselawn ave., 16602. ¢ 944-8509. 
School—Sisters of Divine Providence. (5519-6th 
ave.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 218. 

12—Srt. THERESE OF THE CHILD JEsus (1927), Rev. Msgr. 
Roy F. Kline; Rev. Francis E. Luddy. 
Res., 2329 4th st., 16601. ¢ 942-4479. 
School—Sisters of Mercy. (424 Wopsononock ave.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 260. 


CITY OF JOHNSTOWN 

1—St. John Gualbert’s Co-Cathedral (1835), Rev. Msgr. 
Edward J. Davis; Revs. Henry Joly; George Valko. 
Res., 117 Clinton st., 15901. ¢ 536-0117. [CEM] 

2—St. Joseph’s (1852) (German), Revs. More R. Herald, 
O.S.B.; Martin Evans, O.S.B. 
Res., 741 railroad st., 15901. ¢ 535-1132. [CEM] 
Consolidated School—(751 Railroad st.). 

3—Immaculate Conception (1859) (German), Rev. Msgr. 
Francis A. Ackerson; Rev. Robert G. Neugebauer. 
Res., 308 Broad st., 15906. ¢ 535-4407. [CEM] 

4—St. Columba’s (1887), Revs. Joseph C. Cummings; 
David Dodson. 
Res., 916 Broad st., 15906. ¢ 535-1627. [CEM] 
Extension of West End Consolidated Catholic 
School, (915 Chestnut st.). 
Pupils 126. 

5—St. Stephen, First King of Hungary (1891) (Slovak), 
Revs. John B. Golias; Blase R. Dixon, T.O.R. 
Res., 414 4th ave., 15906. ¢ 539-6334. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of St. Francis of Mary Immaculate. 
St. Stephen Extension of West End Consolidated 
Catholic School. (317 Power st.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers None; Pupils 124. 

6—St. Rochus (1900) (Croatian), Revs. Stephen F. Sla- 
vik; James D. Zatalava. 
Res., 314 Eighth ave., 15906. ¢ 539-1520. [CEM] 
School—2 Sisters of the Precious Blood; 2 Lay 
Teachers. St. Rochus Extension of West End Con- 
solidated Catholic School. (719 Chestnut st.). Pupils 
65. 

7—St. Casimir’s (1902) (Polish), Rev. Msgr. Casimir B. 
Ossowski. 
Res., 501 Power st., 15906. ¢ 535-2139. [CEM] 
School—Franciscan Sisters of Chicago. St. Casimir 
Extension of West End Consolidated Catholic 
School. (511 Power st.). 
Sisters 3; Pupils 63. 

8—St. Patrick’s (1904), Rev. Msgr. Rodney F. Hemler; 
Revs. Nicholas Mancini; Robert Ruston. 
Res., 609 Park ave., 15902. ¢ 539-2186. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (617 Park ave., 
15902). 
Sisters 7; Lay teachers 9; Pupils 258. 
CCD School 

9—St. Emerich’s (1905) (Hungarian), Sixth ave. and 
Chestnut st., Rev. Thomas J. Maher, Administrator. 
Res., 412 Sixth ave., 15906. ¢ 536-6013. [CEM] 

10—St. Anthony’s (1905) (Italian), Revs. William San- 
tre, T.O.R.; Mark Reifel, T.O.R.; Anthony LoGrasso, 
T.O.R. 
Res., 124 Maple ave., 15901. ¢ 535-4228. [CEM] 
Convent—Sisters of Mercy 4. 

11—St. Michael’s (1910), Rev. Elmer R. Pica. In res., 
Rev. James F. Bunn. 
Res., 180 Gilbert st., 15906. ¢ 535-6277. 

12—SS. Peter and Paul’s (1918) (Slovak), Rev. Msgr. 
Joseph F. Pier. [CEM] 
Res., 218 Maple ave., 15901. ¢ 535-1133. 
Pupils 39. Students attend Central Catholic. 

13—Our Mother of Sorrows (1920), Rev. Msgr. Linford 
F. Greinader; Revs. Martin D. McCamley; Charles 
M. Amershek. 
Res., 407 Tioga st., 15905. ¢ 535-7646. 
School—Sisters of Mercy and 1 O.S.F. (415 Tioga 
st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 10; Pupils 261. 

14—Our Lady of Mercy (1921), Rev. Kenneth Greiner. 
Res., 314 William Penn ave., 15901. ¢ 539-1429. 

15—St. Francis of Assisi (1922) (Slovak), Rev. Stephen 
J. Gergel. 
Res., 120 Barron ave., 15906. ¢ 539-1632. [CEM] 
Catechism School—Vincentian Sisters of Charity 3; 
(120 Barron ave.); Pupils 227. 

16—Visitation of the B.V.M. (1927), Rev. Msgr. Thomas 
T. Cawley, V.F., S.T.L., LL.D.; Revs. William Rosen- 
baum; Andrew Stanko. 
Res., 1127 McKinley ave., 15905. ¢ 536-6110. 
School—Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill. (1115 
McKinley ave.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 168. 

17—St. Therese of the Child Jesus (1929) (Slovene), 
Revs. Lawrence Grom, O.F.M.; Daniel Sedlar, 
O.F.M.; Raphel Stragisher, O.F.M. [CEM] 
Res., 536 Decker ave., 15906. ¢ 539-7633. 
Catechism School—Sisters of St. Francis of Millvale 





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3; Pupils 145. 
Missions—Moxham, St. Anne’s (1935). 

18—St. Clement’s (1956), Rev. Msgr. Joseph M. O’Toole; 
Rev. George D. Koharchik. 
Res., 110 Lindberg ave., 15905. ¢ 255-4422. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (112 Lindberg ave.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 251. 

19—St. Andrew’s (1956), Rev. Msgr. Joseph H. Fleming; 
Revs. Dennis L. Brickle; Charles D. Rager. 
Res., 1621 Ferndale ave., 15905. ¢ 288-4324. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (1629 Ferndale ave.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 219. 

20—St. Gregory’s (1919), Rev. Richard E. Conti. 
Res., 120 Boltz st., Johnstown, 15902. ¢ 536-6818. 
Mission—Bon Air, St. Barnabas (1954). Rev. 
Thomas M. Carroll, Adm. [CEM] 
Res., 408 Luzon ave., 15902. ¢ 539-6213. 


OUTSIDE THE CITIES OF ALTOONA 
AND JOHNSTOWN 
Acosta, Somerset Co., St. John the Baptist’s (1912), Rev. 
Joseph J. Stittmatter. 
Res., P.O. Box 26, 15520. ¢ 629-9683. [CEM] 
Ashville, Cambria Co., St. Thomas Aquinas’ (1889), 
16613. ¢ 944-5615. Rev. Donald E. Boslett. [CEM] 
Bakerton, Cambria Co. (Elmora P.O. Box 326), 15737. ¢ 
948-9241. Sacred Heart (1904), Rev. Francis S. Zy- 
wicki. [CEM] 
Barnesboro, Cambria Co., St. John the Baptist’s (1903) 
(Slovak), Rev. Bernard F. Grega. 
Res., 811 Chestnut ave., 15714. ¢ 948-6842. [CEM] 
School—Sisters Third Order of St. Francis. St. John 
the Baptist Extension of Northern Cambria Con- 
solidated Catholic School. (805 Chestnut ave.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 44. 
St. Stanislaus Kostka’s (1906) (Polish), Rev. Anthony 
J. Pollack. 
Res., 204 Bigler ave., 15714. ¢ 948-6642. [CEM] 
School—Felician Sisters 3; St. Stanislaus Extension 
of Northern Cambria Consolidated Catholic School. 
Pupils 48. 
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (1908) (Italian), Rev. Bernar- 
dine Ramonas, T.O.R. 
Res., 606 Philadelphia ave., 15714. ¢ 948-8391. 
[CEM] 
St. Edward’s (1919), Rev. Edward F. McConnell. 
Res., 1104 Maple ave., 15714. ¢ 948-8582. 
Beans Cove, Bedford Co., Seven Dolors B.V.M. (1878), 
21502. Rev. Roman Kozacheson, O.F.M.Cap. 
Res., SS. Peter & Paul Monastery, 125 Fayette st., 
Cumberland, Md., 21502. ¢ 301-777-3131. [CEM] 
Beaverdale, Cambria Co., St. Joseph’s (1904), (Slovak), 
Rev. Andrew G. Knapik. [CEM] 
Res., 802 Cameron ave., 15921. ¢ 487-5653. 
Vacation School—Pupils 48. 
St. Agnes’ (1909), Rev. John J. Boyle. 
Res., 727 Cameron ave., 15921. ¢ 487-7654. 
Bedford, Bedford Co., St. Thomas’ (1816), Revs. Ray- 
mond G. Crosser. [CEM 2] 
Res., 215 E. Penn st., 15522. ¢ 623-5526. 
School—Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart 
of Mary. (220 S. Thomas street). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 131. 
Bellefonte, Centre Co., St. John the Evangelist’s (1830), 
Revs. Bernard J. O’Malley; Dennis Coleman. 
Res., 134 E. Bishop st., 16823. ¢ 355-3134. [CEM 2] 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 182. 
Bellwood, Blair Co., St. Joseph’s 1890, Rev. Msgr. Ed- 
ward W. O’Malley. 
Res., 623 E. 3rd st., 16617. ¢ 742-7075. 
CCD School— 
Boswell, Somerset Co., St. Stanislaus’ (1901) (Polish), 
Rev. Lawrence Wolkonowski, O.F.M.Conv. 
Res., 325 Quemahoning st., 15531. ¢ 629-5551. 
[CEM] 
Mission—Jenners, St. Joseph’s (1918). 
Carrolltown, Cambria Co., St. Benedict’s (1840), Revs. 
Pirmin H. Meier, O.S.B.; Firmin Beyer, O.S.B. 
[CEM] 
Res., Rectory, 15722. ¢ 334-6548. 
School—Benedictine Nuns. (119 S. Benedict st.). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 189. [CEM] 
Cassandra, Cambria Co., St. Agnes’ (1909), Rev. Walter 
V. Byrne. 
Res., P.O. Box 5, 15925. ¢ 736-8314. 
Central City, Somerset Co., Sacred Heart (1914), Rev. 
Ignatius C. Wadas, V.F. [CEM] 
Res., 738 Sunshine ave., 15926. ¢ 754-5224. 
oh John the Baptist (1917), Rev. Sylvester J. Bendzel- 


ft 
Res., 164 Wheeler st., 15926. ¢ 754-5116. [CEM] 

Chest Springs, Cambria Co., St. Monica’s (1859), 16624. 
¢ 674-3712. Revs. Innocent A. Strittmatter, Pastor 
Emeritus; Gerard J. Oeler, Pastor. [CEM] 

Clarence, Centre Co., St. Michael’s (1900) (Slovak), 
ee ¢ 387-6762. Rev. William Joseph Kovach. 


Colver, Cambria Co., Holy Family (1912), Rev. Francis 
P. Balestino. 


¢ Area Code 814 unless otherwise indicated 


ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN 


Res., 562 5th st., 15927. ¢ 748-3651. [CEM] 
CCD Classes— 

Conemaugh, Cambria Co., Sacred Heart (1900), Rev. 
Msgr. Francis E. Kelly; Rev. Msgr. Lambert Beiter, 
(Res., 224 Main st., Franklin Borough, 15909. [CEM] 
Res., 231 Third st., 15909. ¢ 536-4622. 
School—Ursuline Sisters. (201 Third st.). Sacred 
Heart Extension of Consolidated Conemaugh Cath- 
olic School. 

Sisters 4; Pupils 103. 

CCD School—Religious 1; Priest 1; Lay teachers 5. 
Assumption of B.V.M. (1910) (Polish), Rev. Walter M. 

Kurdziel. 

Res., 340 2nd st., 15909. ¢ 535-2250. [CEM] 

School—Franciscan Sisters of Chicago. Assumption 

Extension of Conemaugh Consolidated Catholic 

School. (335 2nd st.). 

Sisters 3; Pupils 42. 

Coupon, Cambria Co., St. Joseph’s (1885), 16629. ¢ 943- 
8464. Rev. Edward J. Dabcosky. [CEM 2] 

Cresson, Cambria Co., St. Aloysius’ (1838), Revs. Paul 
M. Robine; Ronald B. Yogus. 

Res., Wm. Penn h’way., 16630. ¢ 886-2235. 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
[CEM] 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 214. 

St. Francis Xavier (1908), Revs. Albert J. Bechtold; 
James F. Crookston. [CEM] 
Res., 211 Powell ave., 16630. ¢ 886-2374. 
School—Sisters of Mercy. (214 Powell ave., 16630). 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 5; Pupils7213. 
CCD—Grade School and High School. 

Dudley, Huntingdon Co., Immaculate Conception 
(1856), Rev. Joseph J. Bender. 

Res., P.O. Box 188, 16634. ¢ 635-2919. [CEM] 

Duncansville, Blair Co., St. Catherine of Siena (1963), 
Rev. Regis F. Myers. 

Res., P.O. Box 88, 16635. ¢ 695-2337. 

Dunlo, Cambria Co., Corpus Christi, (1896), 15930. ¢ 
487-7157. Rev. Gerard J. Ream. [CEM] 

Ebensburg, Cambria Co., Holy Name (1816), Rev. Msgr. 
Francis B. McCaa, S.T.L., V.F.; Revs. Joseph W. 
Fleming; Robert J. Conlin. 

Res., 109 W. Horner st., 15931. ¢ 472-7244. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. Carmelite Communi- 
ty of the Word. 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 349. 

Ehrenfeld, Cambria Co., Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (1892), 
15956. ¢ 495-9931. Rev. Thomas F. Callan, T.O.R. 

Emeigh, Cambria Co., Most Precious Blood (1921), Rev. 
David H. Roesch. 

Res., P.O. Box 149, 15738. ¢ 948-7103. 
Mission—Marstellar, Cambria Co., Holy Incarna- 
tion (1928). 

Everett, Bedford Co., St. John the Evangelist (1971), 
Rev. John P. Ellias. 

Res., P.O. Box 326, 15537. ¢ 652-5854. 

Frugality, Cambria Co., St. Mary Magdalen’s (1889), 
Rev. John J. Marshall. 

Res., Fallen Timber R.R. No. Box 202, 16639. ¢ 943- 
5437. 

Mission—Blandburg, Cambria Co., St. Richard’s 
(1892). 

Gallitzin, Cambria Co., St. Patrick’s (1850), Rev. Arnold 
L. Gaus. 

Res., 808 Church st., 16641. ¢ 886-7941. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (811 Church st.). 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 184. 

St. Mary’s of Czestochowa (1903) (Polish), Rev. John 
A. Halka. 
Res., 616 Church st., 16641. ¢ 485-2431. [CEM] 
Vacation School—Pupils 49. 

Geistown, Cambria Co., St. Benedict’s (1911), Revs. Jo- 
seph R. Kiniry; Matthew Misurda; John J. Little. 
Res., 2310 Bedford st., Johnstown, 15904. ¢ 266- 
5164. 

School—Sisters of St. Francis O.S.F. (2306 Bedford 
st.) 


Sisters 6; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 341. 
Hastings, Cambria Co., St. Bernard’s (1890), Revs. Ter- 
rence J. Rogan, O.S.B.; Canice Welsh, O.S.B. 
Res., P.O. Box 497, 16646. ¢ 247-6558. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 182. 
Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., St. Mary’s (1841), Rev. Msgr. 
Thomas K. Mabon; Rev. John Vago. 
Res., 312 Clark st., 16648. ¢ 695-0622. [CEM (2)] 
School—Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 
St. Mary Extension of Holidaysburg Consolidated 
Catholic School. (712 Allegheny st.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 185. 
St. Michael’s (1862), Revs. Faber J. Malloy; Richard 
J. Grimme, S.S.C. 
Res., 301 Spruce st., 16648. ¢ 695-0912. 
School—School Sisters of Notre Dame; Sisters of 
the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Corner Spruce and 
Wayne sts. St. Michael Extension of Hollidaysburg 
Consolidated Catholic School. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 101. 
Holsopple, Somerset Co., St. Anne’s (1911), 15935. Rev. 


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ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN 


Hurbert Konieczyn, O.F.M.Conv. 

Res., P.O. Box 400. ¢ 479-4879. [CEM] 
Mission—Jerome, Somerset Co., Holy Cross (1910). 
[CEM] 

Hooversville, Somerset Co., Holy Family (1911), 15936. 
¢ 798-2933. Rev. Stanley J. Zubricki. [CEM] 

Huntingdon, Huntingdon Co., Most Holy Trinity (1826), 
Rev. John A. O’Toole. 

Res., 525 Washington st., 16652. ¢ 643-0160. Rev. 
Timothy J. Swope. [CEM] 

Most Holy Trinity Catechetical Center; Sisters of 
Charity of Seton Hill 4; 401 Fifth st., 16652. 

Lilly, Cambria Co., St. Brigid’s (1883), 15938. Rev. Msgr. 

Philip B. Curran, V.F. [CEM] 
Res., 608 Main st., 15938. ¢ 866-2504. 
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (1910) (Polish), Rev. Anthony 
P. Czeslawski. 
Res., 414 Portage st., 15938. ¢ 886-2234. [CEM] 

Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Immaculate Conception 
(1852), Rev. Eugene C. Parrish. 

Res., 310 W. Water st., 17745. ¢ 717-748-4535. 
[CEM] 
School—Sisters of Sinsinawa Dominicans. 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 55. 

St. Agnes’ 1873, Revs. Francis M. Lynch; Joseph F. 
Gaborek. 
Res., 3 E. Walnut st., 17745. ¢ 748-4594. [CEM] 

Loretto, Cambria Co., St. Michael’s (1799), 15940. ¢ 472- 
8551. Revs. Joseph L. Weidmann; David W. Cronau- 
er. [CEM] 

School—Sisters of Mercy. 
Sisters 7; Lay teachers 3; Brother 1; Pupils 219. 

McConnellsburg, Fulton Co., St. Stephen’s (1962), Rev. 
Benedict Wolf. 

Res., 303 Lincoln Way E., 17233. ¢ 717-485-3723. 

Meyersdale, Somerset Co., SS. Philip and James (1850), 
Rev. J. Clark George. 

Res., 247 High st., 15552. ¢ 634-8150. [CEM] 

Mount Union, Huntingdon Co., St. Catherine’s (1912), 
Rev. Paul Thomas. 

Res., 205 W. Market st., 17066. ¢ 542-4582. [CEM] 

Mundys Corners, Cambria Co., St. John Vianney’s 
(1950), Rev. James J. Quinn. 

Res., Box 262A, R.R. 6, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 
15909. ¢ 322-4789. 

Nanty-Glo, Cambria Co., St. Mary’s (1902), Revs. John 
J. Neugebauer; Patrick R. Leahey; Kenneth Bisc- 
hko, T.O.R. [CEM] 

Res., 1020 Caroline st., 15943. ¢ 749-9103. 
School—Sisters of St. Agnes. (1051 Roberts st.). 
Sister 3; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 163. 

New Baltimore, Somerset co., St. John the Baptist’s 
(1829), 15553. ¢ 733-2210. Rev. Robert C. Flaherty, 
O.Carm. [CEM 2] 

Mission—MacDonaldton, Somerset Co., St. Grego- 
ry’s (1907). Rev. Zachary H. Monet, O.Carm. 
Res., St. John, New Baltimore. 

Newry, Blair Co., St. Patrick’s (1816), P.O. Box 155, 
16665. ¢ 695-3413. Revs. Julian K. Benson; Norman 
P. Imgrund, Administrator of Missions, (825 Wil- 
liams st., Roaring Spring, 16673. ¢ 224-4938). Rev. 
Bernard V. Grattan. [CEM 2] 

Res., P.O. Box 155, 16665. 

School—Sisters of Mercy. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 125. 
Missions—Claysburg, Blair Co., St. Anne’s (1918); 
Roaring Spring, Blair Co., St. Thomas More (1969). 

Nicktown, Cambria co., St. Nicholas (1861), 15762. ¢ 
948-9614. Rev. Noel H. Rothrauff, O.S.B. [CEM] 
School—Franciscan Sisters. 

Sisters 1; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 72. 

Patton, Cambria Co., Our Lady of Perpetual Help 
(1892). Revs. Dunstan Debes, O.S.B.; Ambrose Eb- 
erz, O.S.B. 

Res., 907 6th ave., 16668. ¢ 674-8983. [CEM] 
School—6 Marist Lay Volunteers. (903 6th ave.). 
Pupils 156.; Marist Lay Brother 1. 

St. George’s (1907) (Slovak), 16668. Rev. Blane L. Re- 
sko, O.S.B. 
Res., 207 Beech ave., 16668. ¢ 674-8986. 

Philipsburg, Centre Co., SS. Peter and Paul (1868), Rev. 
Msgr. Paul D. Panza; Rev. Dennis Kurdziel. 

Res., 400 South 4th st., 16866. ¢ 342-1700. 

Portage, Cambria Co., St. Joseph’s (1898), 15946. Revs. 
John L. Miller; Daniel O’Neill. 

Res., 509 Caldwell ave., 15946. 

School—Sister Servants of the Sacred Heart. (611 
Prospect st.). 

Sisters 3; Lay’teachers 5; Pupils 185. 


[A] SEMINARIES, RELIGIOUS, OR 
SCHOLASTICATES 
Loretto. St. Francis Seminary, 15940. ¢ 472- 7670.— 
Revs. Peter Lyons, T.O.R., Rector; Austin Hovan, 
T.O.R., Asst. Prof. of Biblical Studies, Director of 
Development; Rev. George Rowe, S.M., Asst. Prof. 
of Systematic Theology; Theodore Bradower, 





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Sacred Heart (1909) (Polish), Revs. Bronislaus J. 
Worsa; Lawrence J. Karcz, O.F.M. [CEM] 
Res., 601 Mountain ave., 15946. ¢ 736-4239. 
School—Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart 
of Jesus. (803 Orchard st.). ¢ 736-3126. 
Sisters 3; Kindergarten 33. CCD Classes, Elemen- 
tary and High School. 

Assumption B.V.M. (1907) (Slovak), 15946. Rev. 
Msgr. Aloysius J. Chervenak. [CEM] 
Res., 806 Hammers st., 15946. ¢ 736-9770. 
CCD School— 

St. John the Baptist (1923) (Hungarian), Rev. Benja- 
min Dykas. 
Res., 900 Johnson ave., 15946. ¢ 736-9747. [CEM] 

Renovo, Clinton Co., St. Joseph’s (1869), Revs. Richard 
D. Clark; Bernard L. White. 

Res., 155 Ninth st., 17764. ¢ 717-923-0172. [CEM] 
School—Franciscan Sisters of the I.C. (T.O.R., Glas- 
gow, Scotland) (925 Huron ave.). 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 86. 

Revloc, Cambria Co., Most Holy Redeemer (1920), Rev. 
Joseph Krishock, Pastor Emeritus, (Garvey Manor, 
Logan blvd., Hollidaysburg, Pa., 16648.) Rev. James 
H. Conrad, S.T.L., Pastor, (Cambria ave., Revloc, 
15948). 

St. Augustine (P.O. Dysart, R.F.D.), 16636. ¢ 674-8550. 
Cambria Co., St. Augustine’s (1848), Revs. Charles 
B. Diamond, Pastor; Edward J. Waters, Pastor 
Emeritus, (873 Wm. Penn hwy.). [CEM] 

St. Boniface, Cambria Co., St. Boniface (1859), 16675. ¢ 
247-6632. Rev. William E. Shultz. [CEM] 

St. Lawrence (Patton, P.O.R.D.), St. Lawrence’s (1853), 
16668. ¢ 674-8473. Rev. Blane L. Resko, O.S.B. 
[CEM] 

Res., 207 Beech ave., Patton, 16668. 

St. Michael, Cambria Co., St. Michael’s (1913), Revs. 
Bernard F. Conley, Pastor Emeritus; Paul Obrinsky; 
Raymond E. Karr. [CEM] 

Res., Box 103, 15951. ¢ 495-9640. 

Shade Valley, Huntingdon Co., St. Mary’s (1798), Rev. 
Albert J. Anselmi. [CEM 2] 

Res., P.O. Shade Gap, Star Route Box 696. 17255. ¢ 
447-3172. 

Snow Shoe, Centre Co., St. Mary’s (1865), 16874. ¢ 387- 
6793. Rev. John V. Orlando. [CEM] 

Somerset, Somerset Co., St. Peter’s (1920), Revs. Samuel 
J. Tomaselli; Harold N. Biller; Eugene E. Molnar. 
Res., 433 W. Church st., 15501. ¢ 445-6172. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (433 W. Church st., 
Rear). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 7; Pupils. 200. 
Missions—Boswell, St. Joseph’s (1915); Listie, St. 
Michael’s (1915). [CEM] 
South Fork, Cambria Co., St. Anthony’s (1905) (Polish), 
Rev. John J. Palko. [CEM] 
Res., 773 Portage st., 15956. ¢ 495-4269. 
St. James’ (1906), Rev. Msgr. Gerald E. Stephens; 
Rev. Alphonse T. Mascherino. [CEM] 
Res., 550 Main st., 15956. ¢ 495-5922. 

Spangler, Cambria Co., Holy Cross (1892), Rev. Lydon 
R. Lee, O.S.B. 

Res., P.O. Box 507, 15775. ¢ 948-8043. [CEM] 
School—Holy Cross. Extension of Northern 
Cambria Consolidated Catholic School. (Campbell 
ave.). 
Pupils 62. 

St. Patrick’s (1902), Rev. William H. McGovern. 
[CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 426, 15775. ¢ 948-6142. 

State College, Centre Co., Our Lady of Victory (1908). 
Rev. Msgr. Patrick V. Fleming, V.F., S.T.L.; Revs. 
Robert J. Kelly; Eugene T. Gomulka, S.T.L.; Martin 
A. Cingle. 

Res., 820 Westerly pkway, 16801. ¢ 237-7832. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph. (810 Westerly park- 
way). 

Sisters 2; Lay teachers 10; Pupils 236. 
Summerhill, Cambria Co., St. John’s (1903), Revs. Em- 
meran A. Rettger, O.S.B.; Germain Lieb, O.S.B. 

Res., 538 Main street, 15958. ¢ 495-5241. 
Mission—New Germany, Cambria Co., Immaculate 
Conception (1855). [CEM] 

Twin Rocks, Cambria Co., St. Charles (1917), 15960. ¢ 
749-9331. Rev. Philip M. Bender. [CEM] Mission— 
Vintondale, Cambria Co., Immaculate Conception 
(1900). 

Tyrone, Blair Co., St. Matthew’s (1853), Rev. John R. 
Sasway, Pastor. Rev. Msgr. Richard J. Walsh, (1254 
Lincoln ave., P.O. Box 197, 16686). ¢ 684-2505. 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE 


T.O.R., Dean of Studies, Registrar; Bonaventure 
Midili, T.O.R., Dean of Students; Bro. Francis Ha- 
worth, T.O.R., Treasurer; Revs. William Lynn, S.J., 
Prof. of Systematic Theology; Rev. Michael McDe- 
vitt (SPC), Spiritual Dir.; Brother Richard Gates, 
T.O.R., Instructor in Pastoral Studies and Dir. of 
Field Educ.; Rev. Marion Deck, T.O.R., Instructor in 
Pastoral Studies, Asst. Dir. of Field Education; 


¢ Area Code 814 unless otherwise indicated 


ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN 


[CEM] 
Res., 406 W. 11th st., 16686. ¢ 684-1480. 
School—(1107 Cameron ave.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 71. 

West Salisbury, Somerset Co., St. Michael’s (1887), 
15565. ¢ 662-4381. Rev. Elwood F. Figurelle [CEM 
2] 
Missions—Pocahontas, St. Mary’s (1906), 

Williamsburg, Blair Co., St. Joseph’s (1860), Rev. James 
F. Skupien. [CEM 2] 
Res., 628 W. First st., 16693. ¢ 832-2137. 

Wilmore, Cambria Co., St. Bartholomew’s (1840), 15962. 
¢ 495-5360. Rev. James N. Feehley. [CEM 2] 

Windber, Somerset Co., 

1—St. John Cantius (1898) (Polish), Revs. Bernard A. 
Przybocki; Ronald V. Osinski. [CEM] 
Res., 605 Graham ave., 15963. ¢ 467-7191. 
School—Dominican Sisters. St. John Cantius Exten- 
sion of Windber Consolidated Catholic School. 
Sisters 1; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 37. 

2—SS. Cyril and Methodius (1905) (Slovak), Rev. Rich- 
ard S. Hovanec. In res., Rev. Joseph D, Tomko. 
[CEM] 
Res., 604 Graham ave., 15963. ¢ 467-7042. 
School—Dominican Sisters. SS. Cyril and Methodi- 
us Extension of Windber Consolidated Catholic 
School. (600 Graham ave.). 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 2; Pupils 39. 

3—St. Anthony’s (1908) (Italian), Revs. Eugene H. Kubi- 
na, T.O.R. Adrian Tirpak, T.O.R. In res., Rev. Mar- 
tin D. Brady, T.O.R. [CEM] 
Res., 2201 Graham ave., 15963. ¢ 467-7292. 

4—St. Mary’s (1914) (Hungarian), Rev. Sylvan Laszlo, 
O.F.M. [CEM] 
Res., 705 Somerset ave., 15963. ¢ 467-7642. 

5—Holy Child Jesus (1921), Rev. Charles F. Leonardis. 
Res., 913 Graham ave., 15963. ¢ 467-7097. 


CHAPLAINS OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS 

Altoona Veteran’s Administration Hospital, Rev. Ed- 
ward J. Dabcosky, Chap. Res., St. Joseph, Coupon, 
Pa., 16629. 

Altoona Hospital, Rev. John J. Zerbee, Chap., Howard 
ave., and 7th st., Altoona, 16601. 

Ebensburg, Cambria County Home. Attended from St. 
Francis College, Loretto, Pa., 15940. 

Rockview, Centre Co., Prison Farm, Western State Peni- 
tentiary, Rey. Robert J. Kelly. 

Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., State Hospital. Rev. Richard 
McNamara, T.O.R., Chap. Res., St. Bernadine’s 
Monastery, Hollidaysburg, 16648. 

Huntingdon, Huntingdon Co., Pennsylvania State 
School, Rev. Albert Anselmi. Res., St. Mary’s, Star 
Route, Box 696, Shade Gap, Pa., 17255. 

Johnstown, Cambria Co., Memorial Hospital, Rev. An- 
drew C. Stanko, Chap. Res:, 1127 McKinley ave., 
15905. Lee Hospital, Rev. Robert Neugebauer, 
Chap. Res., 308 Broad st., Johnstown, Pa., 15906. 

Summit, Cresson P.O., Cambria Co., Cresson State 
School and Hospital; Rev. Anthony P. Czeslawski, 
Chap. Res., P.O. Box 5, Cassandra, Pa., 15925. 


Absent on sick leave: Revs. 
Francis P. McCreesh; 
Albert R. Norcavage. 


On duty outside the Diocese: Revs. 
Car] A. Spishak, Chap. U.S. Navy; 
David R. Becker, Chap. U.S. Navy. 


Retired: Revs. 
Emmett T. Michaels; 
Joseph J. Krishock; 
Innocent Strittmatter; 
Bernard F. Conley, St. Michael, Pa., St. Michael’s 
Church.; 
John E. Dravetsky; 
Joseph D. Tomko, Windber, Pa., SS. Cyril and Me- 
thodius Church.; 
Edward J. Waters. 


On leave: Rev. 
Msgr. Paul A. Lenz, Wash., D. C. 


Special Assignment: Rev. 
Lucian Mattiello, Holy Name Society, Chancery. 


Revs. James Coveney, Adjunct Instructor of Pasto- 
ral Studies; Rev. David Kraeger, T.O.R., Instructor 
in Biblical Studies Rev. Thomas Petronek (STU), 
Asst. Prof. of Biblical Studies. Demetrius Schenk, 
T.O.R., Librarian; Bernard Siegle, T.O.R., Prof. of 
Canon Law; Jordan Hite, T.O.R., Asst. Prof. of Can- 
on Law; Dominic Scotto, T.O.R. Asst. Prof. of Sys- 
tematic Theology; Linus Carr, T.O.R., Controller; 




















ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN 


Blase Dixon, T.O.R., Asst. Prof. of Church History 
(Res., 414 4th st. Johnstown, Pa., 15906. ¢ 539-6334); 
Warren Murphy, T.O.R., Religious Superior, Asst. 
Prof. of Pastoral Studies. Priests 18; Brothers 7; Di- 
ocesan Students 24; Franciscan Students 45; Total 
Students 69. 


[B] COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

Loretto. St. Francis College, 15940. ¢ 472- 7000.—Offi- 
cers of Administration: Revs. Christian Oravec, 
T.O.R., Pres.; Gervase, Cain, T.O.R., Exec. Vice- 
Pres.; Dr. John Willoughby, Vice-Pres. for Academic 
Affairs; Rev. Vincent Negherbon, T.O.R., Vice-Pres. 
for College Relations; Rev. James Angert, T.O.R., 
Coordinator of Campus Ministry; Mr. G. Gary Moy- 
er, Director of Admissions; Mr. William Maniscalco, 
Vice-Pres. of Student Affairs; Mr. Frank Kuzem- 
chak, vice-Pres. for Finance; Dr. Richard Crawford, 
Vice-Pres. for Community Education Services; Rev. 
Fabian MeNichol, T.O.R., Registrar; Revs. Christian 
Oravec, T.O.R.; John Grinnen, T.O.R.; James Vizza, 
T.O.R.; Christopher Dobson, T.O.R,; Richard El- 
dredge, T.O.R.; John Kudrick, T.O.R.; Jonathan Sca- 
lone, T.O.R.; Albert Driesch, T.O.R.; James Angert, 
T.O.R.; Bede Hines, T.O.R.; Jonas McCarthy, T.O.R.; 
Emil Resconich, T.0.R.; Joseph Yelenc, T.O.R. 
Priests 14; Lay Professors 82; Brothers 3; Students 
1,654. 

Cresson. Mount Aloysius Junior College, 16630. ¢ 886- 
4131.—Resident and Day Students. Sisters of Mercy 
of the Union in ‘the U.S. Sr. M. Cyrilla Kendra, 
R.S.M., Local Coordinator; Dr. James P. Gallagher, 
Pres.; Sister Mary Claver Cronin, R.S.M., Acting 
Academic Dean. Faculty—Priests 2; Sisters 10; Sis- 
ters 10; Lay teachers 28; Students 511. Tom Matts, 
T.O.R., Student Chaplain. 


[C] HIGH SCHOOLS, DIOCESAN 

Attoona. Bishop Guilfoyle High School, Pleasant Val- 
ley blvd. and 25th st. (grades 11 and 12); Sixth ave. 
and 11th st. (grades 9 and 10), 16602. ¢ 944-4014. 
Rev. James F. Skupien, Prin.; Rev. Daniel F. O’Fri- 
el, Asst. Prin. Teachers: Revs. Michael Becker; Da- 
vid Lockard; Leonard Voytek; James F. Crookston; 
Philip Hankinson, T.O.R.; Lawrence Lacovic; Rob- 
ert Mazur; William Rosensteel. Sisters of Mercy 3; 
Sisters of Charity 4; Sisters of I. H. M. 5; Sisters of 
St. Agnes 2; Sisters of Divine Providence 3; Lay 
teachers 26; Pupils: Boys 378; Girls 415. 

EsensbBurG. Bishop Carroll High School, 15931. ¢ 472- 
7500. (Established 1959).—Brother Richard J. 
Sharpe, F.M.S., Prin.; Mr. Donald Scotilla, Asst. 
Prin.; Rev. James H. Conrad, S.T.L., Athl. Dir.; Sis- 
ter Mary Oliver, C.S.J., Asst. Prin. Teachers: Revs. 
Martin Brady, T.O.R.; John Palko; David Roesch; 
Charles Amershek; Joseph ‘Fleming; Patrick 
Leahey. Sisters of Charity 2; Sisters of St. Joseph 2; 
Sisters of Mercy 1; Carmelite 4; Marist Brothers 5; 
Lay teachers 23; Boys 314; Girls 349. 

JOHNSTOWN. Bishop McCort High School, 25 Osborne 
st., 15905. ¢ 536-8991—Rev. James F. Bunn, Prin. 
Martin D. McCamley, Assistant Principal. Teachers: 
Revs. Clement Gardner; John J. Little; Nicholas 
Mancini; David Dodson, Sisters of Mercy 2; Sisters 
of St. Joseph 2; Sisters of St. Francis (Millvale, Pa.) 
1; Sisters of Charity 2. Lay teachers 39; Boys 282; 
Girls 343. 


[D] ORPHANAGES AND INFANT ASYLUMS 
Ho.umayspurc. Catholic Child Care Center, Box 124 
Logan blvd., M. R., 16648. ¢ 695-5091. (Saint Mary 
and Saint John Home). Sister Servants of the Im- 
maculate Heart of Mary 4. Sister M. Liguori, I.H.M., 
Adm. and Supr. Preadopted Special Nursing Care 
14. Rev. Joseph M. Luddy, Chap. 


[E] GENERAL HOSPITALS 

Axtoona. Mercy Hospital, 2500 Seventh ave., 16603. ¢ 
944-1681.—Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth 
31. Sister Margaret Mary, C.S.F.N., Administrator. 
Rev. Leonard Voytek, Chap. Bed capacity 181; Bas- 
sinets 15; Patients: In-Patients 7,451; Out-Patients 
226,798. Training School for Nurses: Student 
Nurses 75. 

JOHNSTOWN. Mercy Hospital, 1020 Franklin st., 15905. ¢ 
536-4461.—Sisters of Mercy 12. Rev. Clement Gard- 
ner, Chap. Bed capacity 248; Bassinets 16; Patients: 
In-Patients 8,435; Out-Patients 63,458. 


[F] HOMES FOR AGED 
Ho.uipayssurG. Garvey Manor, Logan blvd., 16648. ¢ 
695-5571.—Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and In- 
firm. Mother Patrick, O.Carm., Administrator; Rev. 
Msgr. Joseph M. Luddy, Chap. Sisters 7. Aged Resi- 
dents 149. 
St. Leonard’s Home, 601 N. Montgomery st., 16648. ¢ 
695-9581.—Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth 
3; Sister Apolonia, Supr. Aged Residents 22. 





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[G] MONASTERIES AND RESIDENCES 
OF PRIESTS AND BROTHERS 
HouuipayssurG (Kladder Station): Saint Bernardine 
Monastery, 16648. ¢ 695-3992. Novitiate of the Im- 
maculate Conception Province of the Third Order 
Regular of St. Francis—Revs. Louis J. Secondo, 
T.O.R., Supr.; Paul Hatch, T.O:R.; Giles A. Schinelle, 
T.O.R.,, Novice Master; Charles Smyth, T.O.R.; 
James Cox, T.O.R.; Stephen Waldruff, T.O.R.; Ray- 
mund Waldruff, T.O.R.; Thomas A. Florentino, 
T.O.R. Priests 8; Novices 5. 

St. Joseph Friary, 501-503 Walnut st., Box 289, 16648. 
¢ 695-5802. Rev. Richard McNamara, T.O.R., Supr.; 
Rev. Aloysius Hankinson, T.O.R.; Rev. Philip Han- 
kinson, T.O.R.; Brother Bernard Dougherty, T.O.R. 

Loretro. Saint Francis Monastery, Third Order Regu- 
lar of Saint Francis of Penance, Province of the 
Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, 15940. ¢ 472-7000. 
Revs. Gervase Cain, T.O.R., Supr.; Christian R. Ora- 
vec, T.O.R., Pres., St. Francis College; Tiernan J. 
Mallon, T.O.R.; Bernardine Smith, T.O.R.; John 
Grinnen, T.O.R.; Joseph Yelenc, T.O.R.; Fabian 
McNichol, T.O.R.; Charles Ginocchio, T.O.R.; James 
Angert, T.O.R.; Albert Driesch, T.O.R.; Bede Hines, 
T.O.R.; Emil Resconich, T.0.R.; Hugh Schleif, 
T.O.R.; Vincent Negherbon, T.O.R.; M. Gerald Gor- 
don, T.O.R.; James Vizza, T.O.R.; Richard Eldridge, 
T.O.R.; Christopher Dobson, T.O.R.; Thomas Matts, 
T.O.R. 

Mount Assisi Monastery. 15940. ¢ 472-7000. Revs. 
Jonas McCarthy, T.O.R., Prior; Canice T. Crawford, 
T.O.R.; Paul Veigle, T.O.R.; Damian Noel, T.O.R.; 
Brian Miller, T.O.R.; Ronald Bodenschatz, T.O.R.; 
Patrick George, T.O.R.; John Kudrick, T.O.R.; Regis 
O’Brien, T.O.R.; Alfred R. Schendel, T.O.R.; Edwin 
Wood, T.O.R. Priests 11; Brothers 4; Postulants 8. 

New BALTIMORE, 15553. The Carmelite Monastery. ¢ 
733-2210.—Rev. Robert C. Flaherty, O.Carm., Prior; 
Revs. Zachary H. Monet, O.Carm.; Raymond Hutt- 
ner, O.Carm. 


[H] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES 
FOR SISTERS 

Loretto. Carmel of St. Therese of Lisieux, Monastery of 
Discalced Carmelite Nuns, R.D. No. 1, Box 75G., 
15940. ¢ 472-8620.— Mother Mary Francis of the 
Infant Jesus, O.C.D., Prioress. Nuns with Solemn 
Vows 9; Out-Sisters Professed 3; Novices 2. Attend- 
ed by Franciscan Fathers. 

Cresson. Mount Aloysius Junior College, Sisters of 
Mercy of the Union in the U. S. (Bethesda, Md.), 
16630. ¢ 886-4131.—Sr. Mary Cyrilla, R.S.M., Local 
Co-Ordinator; Rev. Thomas Matts, T.O.R., Chap. 
Professed Sisters 22. 

Exsenssurc. Mount St. Ann, Sisters of St. Ann, Retreat 
House and Novitiate, 15931. ¢ 472-9354.—Sister M. 
Silvestra, Superior. Rev. William Peters, Chaplain. 
Professed Sisters 9. 


[I] MISCELLANEOUS LISTINGS 

Attoona. The Institute for Religious Life, Box 126, Lo- 
gan blvd., Hollidaysburg, 16648. ¢ 814-695-5579. 
Most Rev. James J. Hogan, D.D., Pres. 

Beprorp. St. Mary’s House of Greater Solitude, 15522. 
¢ 623-1796.—Rev. Silvan Rouse, C.P., Supr.; Rev. 
Malachy McGill, C.P. Passionist Community, R.D. 1, 
Box 276. 

Loretro. Prince Gallitzin Chapel House, 15940. ¢ 472- 
8551.—Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Ackerson (Immacu- 
late Conception Parish, 308 Broad st., Johnstown, 
Pa., 15906. ¢ 535-4407) Rev. Joseph Weidmann, 
Curator-Director of Society for the Propagation of 
the Faith. 

Strate CoLLeGE. Penn State Catholic Center, Address of 
Offices: 207 Helen Eakin Eisenhower Chapel, Uni- 
versity Park, Pa., 16802. Revs. Quentin L. Schaut, 
O.S.B., Rector; Leopold Krul, O.S.B.; James May, 
O.S.B. and Joseph Gerg, 0.S.B. Office ¢ 814-865- 
4281; Res. ¢ 814-238-1878. Approx. 9,240 Catholic 
Students attending Penn State Univ. Res., 531 W. 
Fairmount ave., State College, Pa., 16801. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN DIOCESE 
The number preceding the title of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section, where further informa- 
tion regarding the Community may be found. 

C.P. [46]—Congregation of the Passion (East Prov)—St. 
Mary’s House of Prayer, Bedford. 

O.Carm. [11]—Carmelite Fathers (American Province) 
—New Baltimore. 

O.F.M. [21]—Franciscan Fathers (Commissariat of 
Holy Cross, Lemont, I1l.)—St. Therese’s, Johnstown. 

O.F.M. [21]—Franciscan Fathers (Transylvania Com- 
missariat of St. Stephen)—St. John Baptists’, Port- 
age; St. Mary’s, Windber. 

O.F.M. Conv. (22]— Franciscan Fathers Minor Conven- 
tual (St. Anthony of Padua Province) —Holsopple 
and Jerome. 

O.S.B. [7)|—Benedictine Fathers (St. Vincent’s Archab- 


¢ Area Code 814 unless otherwise indicated 





ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN 


bey)—Carrolltown; Hastings; St. Joseph’s, Johns- 
town; Nicktown; Patton, St. Mary’s & St. George; St. 
Lawrence; Summerhill, Spangler. 

T.O.R. [24]—Third Order Regular of St. Francis— (Sa- 
cred Heart Province)—St. Francis College, Our 
Lady of Loretto Seminary, St. Francis Monastery 
and Mt. Assisi Monastery, Loretto; Our Lady of Mt. 
Carmel, Ehrenfeld. : 

T.O.R. [24])—Third Order Regular of St. Francis —(Im- 
maculate Conception Province)— St. Bernardine 
Monastery, St. Joseph Friary, Hollidaysburg; Our 
Lady of Mt. Carmel, Altoona; Our Lady of Mt. Car- 
mel, Barnesboro; St. Anthony’s Johnstown; St. An- 
thony’s Windber. 

[29A4]—Glenmary Home Missioners (The Home Mis- 
sioners of America), McConnellsburg. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 

[5]—Benedictine Sisters of Pontifical Jurisdiction 
(Pittsburgh, Pa.) —-ScHoot—Carrolltown, St. Bene- 
dict’s. 

[14A]—Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm. — 
INsTITUTION—Hollisdaysburg—Garvy Manor. 

(16]—Discalced Carmelites.—InstituTION—Loretto: 
Carmel of St. Therese of Lisieux. 

[27B]—Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill (Greensburg, 
Pa.)—Scuoots—Altdéona: Bishop Guilfoyle High 
School; Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament; St. 
Leo’s; Juniata; Ebensburg: Bishop Carroll High 
School; Johnstown: Our Lady of Mercy; Visitation; 
Bishop McCort High School; Huntingdon; CCD Cen- 
ter. . 

[43C]—Dominican. Sisters (Congregation of St. Rose of 
Lima, Oxford, Mich.)—ScHoots— Johnstown: Bish- 
op McCort High School, St. Anthony’s. Windber: SS. 
Cyril and Methodius. ‘ 

[47]—Bernardine Sisters of the Third Order of St. Fran- 
cis—ScHoot—Windber: St. John Cantius. 

[51]—Congregation of the Third Order of St. Francis of 
Mary Immaculate, Joilet, [ll1—ScHoor—Johns- 
town: St. Stephen’s. 

[52]—-Felician Sisters—ScHoot—Barnesboro: St. Sta- 
nislaus Kostka’s. 

[58]—Franciscan Sisters of Chicago.—ScHooLs —Cone- 
maugh: Assumption; Johnstown: St. Casimir’s. 
[83]—Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis. — 

ScHoot—Barnesboro: St. John the Baptist. 

[105]—Sisters of St. Francis of Millvale, Pa— ScHoo.s 
—Geistown; Johnstown: St. Joseph; St. Therese; 
Bishop McCort High School. 

[125]—Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. —Inst1- 
TUTION—Altoona, Mercy Hospital. Hollidaysburg: 
St. Leonard’s Home. 

[164]—Sisters-Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary (Scranton, Pa.)—ScHoots—Altoona: Bishop 
Guilfoyle High School; Bedford: St. Thomas; Bel- 
lefonte; St. John Evangelist; Cresson: St. Aloysius; 
Hollidaysburg: St. Mary’s; Hastings: St. Bernard’s. 
—InstiTuTION—Hollidaysburg: Catholic Child Care 


Center. 

[169]—Sisters of Mercy of the Union—Scxuoots —A\I- 
toona: Bishop Guilfoyle High School; St. mark’s; 
Our Lady of Lourdes; St. Therese; Chest Springs; 
Cresson; Johnstown: Bishop McCort High School; 
St. Columba’s; Our Mother of Sorrows; Loretto; 
Newry; Nicktown; Portage: St. Joseph’s; Spangler; 
Holy Cross; Tyrone; Ebensburg: Bishop Carroll 
High School.—INstrrut1ons—Cresson: Mt. Aloysi- 
us’ Junior College; Johnstown: Mercy Hospital. 

[182]—Adorers of the Blood of Christ —ScHooL — 
Johnstown: St. Rochus’. 

[188]—Sisters of Notre Dame—ScHoot—Hollidays- 
burg: St. Michael’s. 

[200]—Sisters of Divine Providence —ScHoots —AI- 
toona: Bishop Guilfoyle High School, St. Rose of 
Lima; Johnstown: Bishop McCort High School. 

[210]—Sisters of the Congregation of St. Agnes. — 
Scuooits—Altoona: Bishop Guilfoyle High School; 
Immaculate Conception; Nanty Glo: St. Mary’s. 

[221]—Sisters of St. Joseph—ScuHoots—Altoona: St. 
John’s (Lakemont); Ebensburg: Holy Name; Bishop 
Carroll High School; Gallitzin: St. Patrick’s; Johns- 
town: Bishop McCort High School; St. John Gual- 
bert; St. Andrew: St. Clement; St. Patrick’s; 
Somerset: Saint Peter’s; State College: Our Lady of 
Victory. —INstiruTIoN—Ebensburg: St. Joseph’s 
Aspirancy. 

[230]— Ursuline Nuns of the Congregation of Paris 
(Louisville, Ky.)—ScHoots—Conemaugh: Sacred 
Heart; Johnstown; St. Joseph. 

[232]— Vincentian Sisters of Charity—ScHoo.ts Wood- 
vale Catholic, Bishop McCort HS. 

[286]—Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

[288]—Sisters of St. Ann of Providence (Italy). — 
Scuoot—Altoona, SS. Peter and Paul’s; Ebensburg: 
Bishop Carroll High School. 




















ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN 


DIOCESAN CEMETERIES 
Altoona: Calvary and St. John’s. 


BRAS MECC MENGCEEINAING fctelve nnesesss3sc0iepieccesecasseesass 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ................ 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent. ................ 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 
Religious Priests from your diocese 
in foreign MiSSIONS  ............ceeeeees 
Total Priests of Diocese. ......../.............. 
Permanent Deacons 
Total- Brothers (oic.<a.c-.0, 
Brothers in foreign missions ..........:.::0006+ 
ML EA INT eT cat Ae he 
Sisters in foreign MisSiONS. ............:.eee 
OTIS OS etc rere eee teacir es ACen Vecctpases esse cescoess 
With resident Pastor ............::ccsscssseeee 
Non-resident Pastor ...........scssscsssseeeee 
Missions 
Chapels 
With resident Chaplain 
Non-resident Chaplain 
Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 
Seminaries, Religious, or Scholasticates 
Students, Religious 32... fivic..t.ceccoss-e. 











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NECROLOGY 





+Griffin, William M., Msgr. Hollidaysburg, Pa., Garvey 


Manor.—Died Feb. 18, 1978. 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 


Diocesan Students from this diocese 

Total SeminarianS.. .aisccaescsscht-cssceervss0s 
Colleges and Universities Gir..vacs.cetceiesens-s-s 

MEN Sisceceistersarcabeec sch oncaleehanes Meebaceseees 





Total Students 
Elementary Schools, Parochial ................. 

Total’ Studentsa tess i.sy.:.terts Aes ooobaens ce. 
Public School Pupils in Special 

Religious Instruction Classes 

High School Students yi-5......,.c..s000-0.---- 

Elementary) Studentsiv. 2. .cteccsecte. et. 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 
Priests: Leacnin gu(tulltime) ges .rscccccsevecccsess 
Brothers, Teaching 
Sisters, Teaching - 
Paid Lay Teachers 

Total Teachers in diocese’ 2250-%..3,22..53: 
General Hospitals 





6,256 
11,224 
30,286 

30 
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ss 
306 
518 
2 


¢ Area Code 814 unless otherwise indicated 


ALTOONA-JOHNSTOWN 


tHarkins, Patrick D., Msgr., Tyrone, Pa., St. Matthew’s 


Church.—Died Sept. 22, 1978. 


+Szczepanski, Edmund, Absent on sick leave.—Died 


May 18, 1978. 


Bed capacity 
In-Patients treated annually ............... 
Out-Patients treated annually _............ 
Total Patients 
Schools for nurses 
Student nurses 
Homes for Dependent Children ................ 
IRESIG ENE SOY See esctesacat ass dokansdeltshzcsatetinetty 
REStd Ont Girls 6 cosivesccgetsconehassviv ete tlarkwieon 
Total Dependent Children 2.52.2...:... 
Homes for invalid and aged ..........seeeeseee 
CSUCSTS st vihccsese ee actrer cate enseretatese isceees tet 
Infants Bapiisitsn is: esesccstescstaacdusnterscateescenace 
CONVELtS. iyo, eaes pasrae stn nnrontebetecsttegteeezveres 
LOtal Baptists  isosesccdecs:secvcaseccesdnspesasrvacs 
Marriages? Gatholicu ccstirtiruettacevercsasteasyre 
IVMITK OG” 9, sacnnes sry Sopvescadcasuavevetsonevecdagsdevecr snr 
AP Otale MaITIA GES we resececarecsasscnst dvsepss -seccr<cs 
Deaths 2 ita tti.cctecrssctteeacstinerssnzesescvedicarsteay 


Total Catholic Population ......cccccscseseees 


Total Populatioti: 202540. 8QGR Na 





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171 
2,590 
300 
2,857 
778 
582 
1,360 
1,541 


150,559 
624,800 

















48 


Diocese of Amarillo 


(Dioecesis Amarillensis) 





Most Reverend 
LAWRENCE M. De FALCO, D.D. 
Bishop of Amarillo; ordained June 11, 1942; appointed 


April 16, 1963; cons. May 30, 1963; installed June 13, 
1963. Res., 1800 North Lake st., Amarillo, Texas, 79107. 













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ERECTED AS A Diocese BY Pope Prius XI, Aucust 25, 
1926. Square Miles Approximately 44,500. 


Comprises that part of the State of Texas known as the 
Panhandle, and extending thence southward; bounded 
on the east by Oklahoma, and by the eastern county lines 
of Childress, Cottle and King Counties, and by the 
southern line of King County, eastern line of Kent Coun- 
ty, and by the southern lines of Borden, Dawson, and 
Gaines Counties; the western boundary is the New Mex- 
ico state line from the southern line of Gaines County, 
Texas, northward to the northwestern corner of the Pan- 
handle of Texas. There are 46 counties with a total popu- 
lation of 800,000. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions, 
consult the Chancery Office. 





Former Bishops—Most Rev. RupoLtpH Atoysius GERK- 
EN, D.D., ordained June 10, 1917; consecrated April 
26, 1927; installed Bishop of Amarillo April 28, 1927; 
elevated to the Metropolitan See of Santa Fe. N. M., 
June 2, 1933; died March 2, 1943.—Most Rev. Ros- 
ert E. Lucey, ordained May 14, 1916; consecrated 
May 1, 1934; installed May 16, 1934; elevated to the 
Metropolitan See of San Antonio January 22, 1941. 
—Most Rev. LaurENcE J. Fitzsimon, D.D., or- 
dained May 17, 1921; consecrated October 22, 1941; 
installed November 5, 1941; Died July 2, 1958. Most 
Rev. Joun L. Morkovsky appointed Auxiliary of 
Amarillo Dec. 22, 1955, named Bishop of Amarillo 
Aug. 18, 1958, transferred as Coadjutor Bishop of 
Galveston-Houston “cum jure successionis April 16, 
1963. 

Vicar General—Rev. JAME W. SONDERMAN, V.G., P.O. 
Box 5644, 79107. 

Chancery Office—1800 N. Spring st., Amarillo, Tex.: ¢ 
806-383-2243. Address mail to P.O. Box 5644, 79107. 

Chancellor—Rev. Norpert G. KUEHLER. 

Assistant Chancellor—Rev. JAMES W. SONDERMAN. 

Vice-Chancellor—Rev. Msgr. RICHARD VAUGHAN. 

Secretary-Treasurer—Rev. NORBERT G. KUEHLER. 

Comptroller—GEorGE B. WILHELM, JR. 

Diocesan Tribunal—1800 N. Spring st., P.O. Box 5644, 
Amarillo, Tex., 79107. 

Officialis: Rev. JAMES W. SONDERMAN. 

Promotor Justitiae: Rev. JAMES W. SONDERMAN. 

Defensor Vinculi: NorBERT G. KUEHLER. 

Pro-Synodal Judges: Rev. Msgrs. L. T. MATTHIESEN; 
RicHARD VAUGHAN; Rev. JAMES C. GURZYNSKI. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 
Catholic Charities Office—Amarillo, Catholic Family 
Service, 1522S. Van Buren, Amarillo, 79102. Execu- 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF AMARILLO 

1—Sr. LauRENCE CATHEDRAL, Very Rev. Norbert G. 
Kuehler; Revs. Alfred S. Bednorz. 
Res., 2300 N. Spring st., 79107. ¢ 383-2261. 
School—Franciscan Sisters of Mary Immaculate of 
the Third Order of St. Francis 5. Sister Pauline Bror- 
man, Prin. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 205. 

2—BLESSED SACRAMENT, South-East 25th and Bolton, 
Rev. Orville R. Blum. 
Res., 4112 S.E. 25th st., 79103. ¢ 374-0701. 

3—Our Lapy or GUADALUPE, Rev. Roland Buxkemper. 
Res., 1210 E. 11th ave., 79102. ¢ 372-1128. 
School—Sisters of Mercy; Sister Noeline, Supr. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 160. 
Res., 1106 Houston st., 79102. ¢ 374-0726. 

4—Our Lapy oF VIETNAM, Rev. Aram Berard, S.J. 
Res., 1800 N. Spring, P.O. Box 5644, 79107. ¢ 383- 
4978. 

5—Sr. Francis, Rev. Msgr. L. T. Matthiesen. 
Res., Rural Route 3, Box 480, 79107. ¢ 335-1900. 

6—Sr. Hyacintn’s, 4500 West Hills Trail, 79106. ¢ 353- 
0796. Rev. Donald P. Rusch. 
Res., Rectory. ¢ 353-0966. 

7—Sr. MarTIN DE Porres Mission, Rev. Francis R. 
Crowe, O.P. 
on 1501 N. Adams, P.O. Box 1951, 79105. ¢ 376- 
8771. 

8—Sr. Josepn’s, Rev. Msgr. Richard F. Vaughan; Rev. 
Michael Pintacura. 
Res., 4122 Bonham st., 79110. ¢ 355-5621. 
School—Benedictine Sisters. 


tive Director, Rev. James A. Comiskey, M.S.Ed.; 
M.S.W. Mrs. Katie McDonouGcu, Associate Direc- 
tor. ¢ 376-4609. Lubbock, Catholic Family Services, 
1717 ave. K, Room 128, 79401. ¢ 762-8344. Lubbock, 
Catholic Welfare Society, 123 North ave., N., Direc- 
tor, Rev. Curtis HALFMANN. 

Catholic Historical Society of the Diocese of Amarillo— 
Rev. Msgr. L. T. MATTHIESEN, Pres., P.O. Box 5644, 
Amarillo, 79107. 

Censor Librorum—Rev. Msgr. PETER T. Morscu. 

Confraternity of Christian Doctrine—Rev. KENNETH 
Ketter, P.O. Box 5644; Amarillo, 79107. ¢ 383-2243. 

Council of Catholic Men—Rev. Msgr. Francis A. SMy- 
ER, Moderator, 1200 Washington st., Amarillo, 
79102. 

Council of Catholic Women—Rev. Msgr. FRANCIS A. 
Smyer, Moderator, 1200 Washington st., Amarillo, 
79102. 

Cursillo Movement—Rev. ANTONIO GONZALEZ, Direc- 
tor of Spanish Cursillo, P.O. Box 5375, Lubbock, 
79417. ¢ 744-1355. 

Diocesan Director of Radio & Television—Rev. Msgr. 
RIcHArD F. VAUGHAN, Box 5644, Amarillo, 79107. 

Diocesan Ecumenical Commission—Rev. RONALD F. 
KrisMAN, Chairman. 

Diocesan Liturgical Commission—Rev. JaMEs A. 
Comiskey, Chairman; Rev. RonaALp F. KRISMAN, 
Exec. Secty. 

Diocesan Pastoral Council—LoRENzO SEDENO, 408 
Vanda, Lubbock, 79403. 

Diocesan Spanish Speaking Council—Rev. ANTONIO 
GONZALEZ, Dir. 

Legion of Mary—Rev. Norbert KuEHLER, Dir., 2300 N. 
Spring st., Amarillo, 79107. 

Newman Clubs—Chaplains:—Rev. Jack F. Gist, P.O. 


Sisters 4; Lay teachers 13; Pupils 201. 
Res., 4120 Bonham st., 79110. ¢ 359-1604. 

9—Sr. Mary’s, Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Smyer; Rev. 
Kenneth Keller. 
Res., 1200 Washington st., 79102. ¢ 376-7204. 
School—Sisters of Charityof the Incarnate Word. 
Sister Geraldine Eveler, Supr. 1204 Washington st., 
79102. Sister Res., 1407 W. 11th, 79101. 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 150. 


OUTSIDE THE CITY OF AMARILLO 

Borger, Hutchinson Co., St. John’s, Rev. Richard J. Ney- 
er. 

Res., Route 6, 79007. ¢ 273-3311. 

School—School Sisters of the Third Order of St. 
Francis. 

Sisters 6; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 125. 

Res., Route 6, 79007. Sister M. Hildegardis, O.S.F. 
Mission—Stinnett, Hutchinson Co., St. Ann’s. 
Bovina, Parmer Co., St. Ann’s, Rev. Ronald J. McGov- 

ern, S.A. 

Res., Box 657, 79009. ¢ 238-1511. 
Mission—Friona, Parmer Co., Santa Teresa de 
Jesus. 

Brownfield, Terry Co., St. Anthony’s, Rev. Aidan J. Ma- 
guire, S.A.C. 

Res., P.O. Box 671, 79316. ¢ 637-6626. 

Canadian, Hemphill Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Wendelin 
Dunker, C.M., Adm. Attended from St. Vincent’s, 
Pampa. 

Res., P.O. Box 786, 79014. ¢ 323-6608. 

Canyon, Randall Co., St. Ann’s, Rev. Jack F. Gist. 


¢ Area Code 806 unless otherwise indicated 


Box 59, Canyon, 79015, West Texas State Universi- 
ty; Rev. LawRENCE C. Bossigen, 319 E. Washington 
st., Levelland, 79336, South Plains College; Rev. Jo- 
SEPH JAMES, 2304 Broadway, Lubbock, 79401, Texas 
Technological University. 

Newspaper—“West Texas Catholic” (Weekly) —Rev. 
Msgr. L. T. Matruiesen, Box 5644, 1800 N. Spring 
st., Amarillo, 79107. 

Permanent Diaconate Program—Rev. JAMES GURZYN- 
SKI. 

Pontifical Association of Holy childhood —Rev. Msgr. 
Ricuarp F. VAUGHAN, Dir., Box 5644, Amarillo, 
79107. 

Priests’ Eucharistic League—Rev. Msgr. RicHarp F. 
Vauacuan, Dir., P.O. Box 5644, Amarillo, 79107. 
Propagation of the Faith—Rev. Msgr. RicHarp F. 

VauGuaN, Dir., Box 5644, Amarillo, 79107. 

Priests’ Senate and Priests’ Relief Commission—Rev. 
Msgr. L. T. MATTHIESEN, Pres.; Rev. Rex NICHOL, 
Vice Pres.; Rev. ORVILLE R. BLuM, Sec.; Rev. Nor- 
BERT G. KUEHLER, Treas. 

Rural Life Conference—Deacon JEROME BROCKMAN, 
Box 215, Nazareth, 79063. 

Schools—P.O. Box 5644, Amarillo, 79107. Sister NELLY 
Rooney, Supt., P.O. Box 5644, Amarillo, 79107. 
Sodalities—Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Smyer, Dir., 1200 

Washington st., Amarillo, 79102. 

Vicar of Religious—Rev. James A. ComIsKEy, 4011- 
54th st., Lubbock, 79413. 

Vocations—Co-Directors: Revs. JOSEPH BIXENMAN; 
GLENN ROSENDALE. 

Youth Director—Rev. KENNETH KELLER, 1200 Wash- 
ington st., Amarillo, 79102. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Res., 38th Street at Connor Drive—Mail: P.O. Box 
59, 79015. ¢ 655-3302. Newman Chaplain in United 
Campus Ministry , 2516-4th ave. 

Carlisle, Lubbock Co., St. Theresa’s, Rev. Patrick Mah- 


er. : 

Res., P.O. Box 16208, Lubbock, Ter., 79490. ¢ 795- 
2249 or ¢ 762-2437. 
Mission—St. Francis, Wolforth. 

Childress, Childress Co., Holy Angels’, Rev. Terence 
Burke. 

Res., P.O. Box 608, 79201. ¢ 817-937-3946. 
Mission—Paducah, Cottle Co., St. Elizabeth’s. ¢ 
492-3053. 

Station—6666’s Ranch, King Co. 

Clarendon, Donley Co., St. Mary’s, P.O. Drawer “C”, 815 
McClelland st., 79226. Attended From Immaculate 
Heart of Mary, Groom. [CEM] 

Dalhart, Dallam Co., St. Anthony’s, Rev. Kevin Hand. 
Res., 411 Texas blvd., Box 1029, 79022. ¢ 249-4128. 
School—St. Anthony’s, 1302 Oak st. School Sisters 
of the Third Order of St. Francis. 

Res., 1301 Oak st., 79022. Sister Amata, Supr. ¢ 
249-2390. 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 115. 
Mission—Perico, Dallam Co., St. Mary’s. 

Denver City, Yoakum Co., St. William’s, Rev. James 
Kelley, S.A.C., P.O. Box 1238. 

Res., 401 Mustang ave., 79323. ¢ 592-2063. 
Mission—Plains, Yoakum Co., Sacred Heart. 

Dimmitt, Castro Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. Ra- 
phael Chen. 

Res., P.O. Box 1081, 79027. ¢ 647-4219. 














AMARILLO 


Mission—Hart, Castro Co., St. John Nepomucene. 

Dumas, Moore Co., SS. Peter and Paul, Rev. Clyde Gary 
Sides. 

Res., Box 503, 79029. ¢ 935-5002. 
Mission—Sunray, Moore Co., Christ the King. 
Station—Cactus, Moore Co., La Virgen Guadalupe. 

Groom, Carson Co., Immaculate Heart of Mary, Rev. J. 
Arnold Carlson. 

Res., 4th and Ware, 79039. ¢ 248-2501. [CEM] 

Hale Center. Hale Co., St. Theresa’s, Rev. Glenn M. 
Rosendale. 

Res., P.O. Box 570, 79041. ¢ 839-2310. 
Mission—Olton, Lamb Co., St. Peter Apostle. 
Res., P.O. Box 655, 79064. ¢ 285-2140. 
Station—Cotton Center, Hale Co. 

Happy, Swisher Co., Holy Name, Rev. Mario Stortz. 
Res., P.O. Box 306, 79042. ¢ 749-2871. [CEM] 
Hereford, Deaf Smith Co., St. Anthony’s, Revs. Bernard 

McGorry, S.A.; Paul Haefner, S.A. 
Res., 115 N. 25 Mile ave., 79045. ¢ 364-6150 and ¢ 
364-6152. 
School—Franciscan Sisters of Mary Immaculate. 
Res., 114 Sunset dr., 79045. Sister Narcissa, Supp. ¢ 
364-3344. 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 178. 

St. Joseph’s, Rev. James O’Connor. 
Res., P.O. Box 1885, 79045. ¢ 364-5053. 

Idalou, Lubbock Co., St. Philip’s, Rev. Sean Sweeney, 
S.A.C. 

Res., Box 1253. ¢ 892-2324. 
Mission—Lorenzo, San Lorenzo. 

Lamesa, Dawson Co., St. Margaret Mary’s, Rev. Msgr. 
Jerome P. Vitek. 

Res., Box 599, 79331. ¢ 872-7100. 
Missions—Lamesa, Our Lady of Guadalupe. Rev. 
George Roney, Box 599, 79331. ¢ 872-5530. 

Levelland, Hockley Co., St. Michael’s, Rev. Lawrence C. 
Bobsien. 

Res., 319 E. Washington st., 79336. ¢ 894-6627. 
School—Lay teachers 8; School Sisters of the Third 
Order of Saint Francis 2. Res., 820 E. Washington 
st., 79336. Sister M. Clare, Sup. ¢ 894-3424. 
Sisters 2; Pupils 194. 

Littlefield, Lamb Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Lawrence A. 
Hemp. 

Res., 8th & Sunset, P.O. Box 1047, 79339. ¢ 385- 
6043. [CEM] 

Lockney, Floyd Co., San Jose, Rev. Joseph E. Bixenman. 
Res., P.O. Box 505, 79241. ¢ 652-2321. 
Mission—Floydala, Floyd Co., St. Mary Magdalen, 
P.O. Box 333, 79235. ¢ 983-2177. 

Lubbock, Lubbock Co. 

1—Christ the King, Revs. James A. Comiskey; Ronald 
F. Krisman, Co-Pastors. 

Res., 4011 54th st., 79413. ¢ 792-6168 and 792-3548. 
School—Sister Catherine Abeyta, F.M.I., Prin. ¢ 
795-8283. 

Sisters 1; Lay teachers 9; Pupils 262. 
Junior-Senior High School—Mr. Gonzalo Car- 
tagenova, Prin. 

Lay teachers 14; Pupils 225. 

2—Our Lady of Grace, Revs. Curtis T. Halfmann; Rob- 
ert D. Ibe. 

Res., 3106 Erskine st., 79415. ¢ 763-4156. 

3—St. Elizabeth, Revs. Joseph James; Peter B. Otto. 
Res., 2305 Main st., 79401. ¢ 762-5225. 
School—St. Elizabeth’s; St. John Neumann. 

Lay teachers 12; Pupils 220. 22nd and Frankford st. 

4—St. Joseph’s, Revs. Michael J. McCormack, S.A.C. 
(Ireland); John Casey, S.A.C. 

Res., 102 N. ave. P., 79401. ¢ 765-9935. 
Mission—New Deal, Our Lady Queen of the Apos- 
tles. 

5—St. Patrick’s, Revs. Stephen Keogh, S.A.C.; George 
Buckley, S.A.C. 

Res., 1603 Cherry ave., 79403. ¢ 765-5123. 
Station—Idalou, Lubbock Co., St. Philip’s. 

6—Texas Tech. Student Center, 2304 Broadway, 79401. 

¢ 762-1909. Rev. Joseph James, Chap. 


[A] HIGH SCHOOLS, CITY-WIDE 

AMARILLO. Alamo Catholic High School, Interparochi- 
al Junior-Senior High School, 1800 N. Spring st., 
Box 5684, 79107. ¢ 383-2241. Day school for Boys 
and Girls—7th & 8th grades. High School for Boys 
and Girls. Faculty: Rev. Msgr. Leroy T. Matthiesen, 
Prin. High School— Lay teachers 9; Boys 99; Girls 
98 


Amarillo Catholic Education Foundation, 1800 N. 
Spring st., 79107. 


[B] HOME FOR THE AGED 
PANHANDLE. St. Ann’s Home for the Aged, P.O. Box 
1179, 79068. ¢ 537-3194.—School Sisters of St. Fran- 
cis 9; Guests 52. P.O. Box 1179, 79068. 
St. Joseph’s Home for Retired Priests, P.O. Box 1338, 
79068. 





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Memphis, Hall Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Raymond Gillis, 
S.A. 

Res., 213 N. Third st., Drawer 249, 79245. ¢ 259- 
2178. 

Morton, Cochran Co., St. Ann, Rev. Nicholas Schneid- 
ers, C.P. 

Res., 105 N.E. 8th st., 79346. ¢ 266-8693. 

Muleshoe, Bailey Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. 
Timothy Schwertner. 

Res., P.O. Box 529, 79347. ¢ 272-4384. 
Mission—Earth, Lamb Co., St. Mary Magdalene. 

Nazareth, Castro Co., Holy Family, Rev. Stanley Croc- 
chiola. 

Res., Box 107, 79063. ¢ 945-2151. [CEM] 

O’Donnell, Lynn Co., St. Pius X, Rev. Patrick Hoffman. 
Res., P.O. Box 579, 79351. ¢ 428-3490. 
Mission—Tahoka, Lynn Co., St. Jude. 

Pampa, Gray Co., St. Vincent de Paul, Revs. Francis J. 
Hynes, C.M.; Wendelin Dunker, C.M.; Joseph Gre- 
gor, C.M. 

Res., 810 W. 28rd st., 79065. ¢ 665-8933. 
School—Sisters: Carmelite Missionaries of St. 
Theresa. Res., 2320 N. Hobart, 79065. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 111. 

Panhandle, Carson Co., St. Theresa, Rev. Msgr. M. J. 
Matthiesen, V.F. 

Res., P.O. Box 366, 79068. ¢ 537-3677. 

Pep, Hockley Co., St. Philip Neri, Rev. Kevin Clarke, 
S.A.C. 

Res., Box 395, 79353. ¢ 933-4355. 

Perryton. Ochiltree, Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. 
Raymond Crosier. 

Res., P.O. Box “H”’, 79070. ¢ 435-3802. 
Mission—Booker, Lipscomb Co., St. Peter. 

Petersburg, Hale Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Clifton J. Cor- 
coran. 

Res., P.O. Box 329, 79250. ¢ 667-3763. 
Mission—Abernathy, Hale Co., St. Isidore, P.O. Box 
216, 79311. 

Plainview, Hale Co., St. Alice, Rev. Clarence W. Huber. 

Res., 810 W. 11th, 79072. ¢ 293-1903. 

Sacred Heart, Rev. Rex Nicholl. 
Res., 400 W. 29th st., 79072. ¢ 296-9459. 
Mission—Plainview, Hale Co., Our Lady of Guada- 
lupe. 

Post, Garza Co., Holy Cross, Rev. Malcolm L. Neyland. 
Res., Box 190. 79356. ¢ 495-2791. 

Missions —Wilson, Lynn Co., Blessed Sacrament. 

Ralls, Crosby Co., St. Michael, Rev. Harold L. Waldow. 
Res., P.O. Box 902, 79357. ¢ 253-2008. 

Mission —Crosbyton, Crosby Co., St. Joseph’s. 

Seminole, Gaines Co., St. James, Rev. Cornelis C. 
Ramirez, S.A.C. 

Res., P.O. Box 898, 79360. ¢ 915-758-2371. 
Mission—Seagraves, Gaines Co., St. Paul’s. 

Shallowater, Lubbock Co., St. Philip, Rev. Rodney Ho- 
well. 

Res., P.O. Box 39. 79363. ¢ 832-4088. 
Mission—Anton, Hockley Co., St. Anthony. 

Slaton, Lubbock Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Msgr. Peter T. 

Marsch, V.F. 
Res., Box 427, 79364. ¢ 828-3944. 
School—Sisters of Mercy, 20th W. Division. Sister 
Angelita Heinrich, R.S.M., Prin. 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 4; Pupils 139. 

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Rev. James J. Daly, S.A.C. 
Res., P.O. Box 37, 79364. ¢ 828-3588. 

Spearman, Hansford Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Raymond 
Crosier. 

Res., 905 S. Roland st., P.O. Box 127, 79081. ¢ 659- 
2166. 

Spur, Dickens Co., St. Mary, Rev. J. Melton Silva (Sri- 

Lanka), Administrator. 

Res., Box 189, 79370. ¢ 271-4385. 

Matador, Motley Co., Our Lady of Guadalupe; Jay- 
ton, Kent Co., Epiphany. 

Stations—Turkey, Hall Co., St. Elizabeth Seton, 
McAloo and Afton, Dickens Co.; 6666’s Ranch, King 
Co. 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE 


[C] ORPHANAGES AND INFANT ASYLUMS 
PANHANDLE. Catholic Children’s Home, P.O. Box 906, 
79068. ¢ 537-3985.—School Sisters of St. Francis. 
Sister M. Valentina, Supr. 
Sisters 5; Lay Worker 1; Boys 17; Girls 10. Children 
in Foster Homes 0; Other Institutions 1. 


[D] CHRISTIAN RENEWAL CENTER 
Lussock. Christian Renewal Center—Cursillo Center, 
P.O. Box 5375, 79417. ¢ 792-1105. 


[E] GENERAL HOSPITALS 
AMARILLO. St. Anthony’s Hospital, 735 N. Polk st., P.O. 
Box 950, 79176. ¢ 376-4411.—Sisters of Charity of 
the Incarnate Word 10. Sister Joan Holden, Coord. 
Sister Kathleen Coughlin, C.C.V.I. Adm. Bed 


¢ Area Code 806 unless otherwise indicated 


AMARILLO 


Stratford, Sherman Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Richard T. 
Casey. 
Res., 515 S. Pearl] st., P.O. Box 171, 79084. ¢ 396- 
2320. 

Tulia, Swisher Co., Church of the Holy Spirit, Rev. Max 
Broussard. 
Res., 200 S.E. 5th st., P.O. Box 25, 79088. ¢ 995-3191. 
Mission—Silverton, Briscoe Co., Our Lady of Lore- 
to. 

Umbarger, Randall Co., St. Mary’s, James W. Sonder- 
man. [CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 64, 79091. ¢ 499-3531. 

Vega, Oldham Co., Immaculate Conception, Rev. Peter 
Di Benedetto, Adm. 
Res., Drawer “H,” 79092. ¢ 267-2343. 

Wellington, Collingsworth Co., Our Mother of Mercy, 
Rev. B. A. Erpen. 

Res., Box 351, 79095. ¢ 447-5510. 
Mission—Shamrock, Wheeler Co., St. Patrick’s. 
White Deer, Carson Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. James C. 

Gurzynski. 
Res., Box 427, 79097. ¢ 883-4781. [CEM] 


Retired: 

Reverend Fathers— 

Chrisman, Edward, New Subiaco Abbey, Subiaco, 
Ark., 72865. 

Daly, James, Jemez Springs, N. Mexico, 87025. 
Erickson, James, P.O. Box 614, Mandeville, La., 
70448. 

Lynch, Gerard, Jemez Springs, N. Mexico, 87025. 
O’Leary, Robert, 2502 S. Kenilworth ave., Berwyn, 
Ill., 60402. 

Riechel, Wilmer J., 62430 Locust rd., Lot No. 118, 
South Bend, Ind., 46614. 

Wagner, Norbert, Chancery Office, P.O. Box 5644, 
Amarillo, Tex., 79107. 

Wolko, Ladislaus, P.O. Box 1338, Panhandle, Tex., 
79068. 


On Duty Outside Diocese: Revs. 
David Greka, Chap. U.S.A.; 
Matthew G. Malnar, U.S.A.F.; 
Tito Sammut. 


On Leave: Revs. 
Raymond Eisele; 
Thomas McGovern. 


Permanent Deacons: 
Acevedo, Miguel—Immaculate Conception, Mu- 
leshoe. 
Ambs, James Richard—[8] Amarillo. 
Artho, Kenneth—St. Anthony’s, Hereford. 
Brashears, W. S.—[9] Amarillo. 
Brito, Benny—Our Lady of Grace, Lubbock. 
Brockman, Jerome—Holy Family, Nazareth. 
Cavazos, Jesus Zepeda—St. Michael’s, Levelland. 
Cortinas, Robert—St. Mary Magdalen, Floydada. 
Dalton, John—Holy Family, Nazareth. 
Frausto, Joseph—Holy Spirit, Tulia. 
Garcia, Doroteo—Sacred Heart, Littlefield. 
Gutierrez, Robert—[9] Amarillo. 
Jaime, Alfredo—Our Lady of Grace, Lubbock. 
Kimball, Charles—[1] Amarillo. 
Kolodziejcezyk, Joseph—Blessed Sacrament, Wilson. 
Linder, Darris—St. Joseph’s, Slaton. 
Martinez, Nasario—Sacred Heart, Littlefield. 
Moreno, Joseph—St. Peter and Paul, Dumas. 
Norrell, Wayne—Christ the King, Sunray. 
Peralez, Catarino—St. Patrick’s, Lubbock. 
Ramos, Leo—Sacred Heart, Plainview. 
Revilla, Ynes—St. Philip Benizi, Shallowater. 
Ruiz, Jesse—St. Peter and Paul, Dumas. 
Solano, Raymond—[3] Amarillo. 
Sweeney, Edward—[1] Amarillo. 
Torres, Mario—San Jose, Lockney. 
Villarreal, Zeferino—St. Ann’s, Bovina. 


capacity 276. Patients during the year: In 12,324; 
Out 3,955. Total Patients 16,279. Rev. Joseph Tash, 
Chap. 

Aaa. St. Mary of the Plains Hospital, 4000-24th 
street, 79410. ¢ 792-6812.—8 Sisters of St. Joseph of 
Orange, Calif. Sister Maureen, C.S.J., Adm., R.N. 
Bed capacity 175; Patients during the year: In 7,728; 
Out 11,224; Total Patients 18,952. Rev. Edward J. 
Kieran, Chap. 

















AMARILLO 


[F] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES FOR 
SISTERS 

AMARILLO. St. Francis Convent, Novitiate and U. S. Pro- 
vincial House, Mailing address: 4301 N.E. 18th, 
79107. ¢ 383-5769.—Franciscan Sisters of Mary Im- 
maculate of the Third Order of St. Francis. Sister 
Martha Delgado, Provincial Superior. Sisters 74; 
Novices 2. Rev. Msgr. Leroy T. Matthiesen, Chap. 

St. Mary’s Convent, 1407 W. 11th st. Sisters of Chari- 
ty of the Incarnate Word (C.C.V.I.) 3. ¢ 372-4618. 

St., Martin’s Convent, 1507 N. Adams st. P.O. Box 
5398, 79107. ¢ 373-6024. Sisters of Charity of St. 
Jeanne Antide. 

Canyon. Sisters of St. Benedict, 2100 5th ave., 79015. ¢ 
655-9317. Sisters 4. 

CHANNING. Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, P.O. Box 
17, 79018. Sisters 8; Novices 6; Postulants 3. Sr. John 
Marie, Supr. 

Luspock. St. Joseph Convent, 1602 First st., 79401.— 
Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Victory 4. ¢ 763- 
9695. 

Our Lady of Grace Convent, 3101 Erskine, 79415. ¢ 
747-7472. Missionary Catechists of the Sacred 
Hearts of Jesus and Mary 4. Sister Socorro, Supr. 

Nazaretu. Benedictine Sisters, Box 158, 79063. ¢ 945- 
2628. 

PANHANDLE. Sancta Maria Convent, 79068.— American 
Center and Novitiate. School Sisters of the Third 
Order of St. Francis. Sister M. Angela, Supr. Sisters 
24: Novices 3; Postulants 3. P.O. Box 906. ¢ 537- 
3182. 

PLAINVIEW. Sisters of Mercy of the Union, 1114 Hous- 


1 SFE FX 6) ones eee ace era 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 54 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ................ 4 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent ................ 10 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 22 
Religious Priests from your diocese 
Im) LOFEILN) MISSIONS Mree---+iseeo-t-.teetews 1 
Total Priests of Diocese .......00:..:.-...--.. 91 
Priests from other dioceses .........:.::::e00e-e 1 
Permanent Deacon) sc:ciscc.ceeeccsonsconceoreages vase 27 
Total SISECKS# etscoceetsocarereeeeerte ce aD 150 
P&riShes yy tecers oo crease ecvce chee sseevesteamen shan user dees 60 
With resident Pastor ..........::ccccseeeeeeeeet 57 
Non-resident) Pastors ice-cssacrereseoscevascen==: 3 
Missions 29 
Stations 





Chapels 
With resident Chaplain .............::.::00 
Non-resident Chaplain 








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ton, 79072. ¢ 296-5426. 
Mercy Convent, 625 South 19th st., 79364. ¢ 828-6428. 
Sister M. Odila, R.S.M., Supr. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN DIOCESE 
The number preceding the title of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section, where further informa- 
tion regarding the Community may be found. 

C.M. [40]—Vincentian Fathers (Southern Prov.) Pam- 
pa; St. Vincent De Paul; Canadian: Sacred Heart. 

O.P. [48]—Dominican Fathers (St. Albert the Great 
Province)—Amarillo: St. Martin. 

S.A. [3]—Friars of the Atonement (Graymoor, Garrison 
P.O., N. Y.)—Bovina; Hereford. 

S.A.C. [41]—Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Pallot- 
tine Fathers) (Irish Province)— Brownfield: St. An- 
thony’s; Denver City: St. William’s; Idalou, St. 
Philip’s; Lubbock: St. Joseph’s, St. Patrick’s; Semi- 
nole: St. James; Pep, St. Philips’. 

S.J. [80] Society of Jesus—Amarillo, Our Lady of Viet- 
nam. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 
[5A]—Benedictine Sisters of Diocesan Jurisdiction (Lit- 
tle Rock)—ScHoots—Amarillo, Canyon, Nazareth. 
[18]—Congregation of Sisters of Charity of the Incar- 
nate Word—Scnoots—Amarillo: St. Mary’s. INsTI- 
TuTION—Amarillo: St. Anthony’s Hospital. 
[ ]}—Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ— P.O. Box 17, 
Channing, 79018. 
[83A]—School Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 


Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 7 
Total Seminarians 2c055..dokl-ccteter stares 7 
High Schools, Diocesan and Parochial .... 2 
BGS Wy ea cescttischecbessee tocar tse osteo tea tetaeny 208 
Girls) <4. SUE ea tee ape teeni tase 214 
Total Students sircssetvee.ktetecc ct tise -e sonore 422 
Elementary Schools, Parochial ................-. 12 
Total Studentsih..2..2ash--emecvartsass ses. 2,036 
Public School Pupils in Special 
Religious Instruction Classes 
High School Students .........:.:ceeeeee 3,130 
Elementary Students. ...........ccscseeeeeee 8,182 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 13,777 


Priests, Teaching (full time) ................... 1 





Sisters, Teaching 41 
Paid Lay Teachers 100 
Total Teachers in diocese ...........-..-+++++ 142 
General! Hospitals 213.24. scenester eet Resienoe 2 
Bedicapacitys citc.-cificnt.ctutrthcseseercenes 451 


C Area Code 806 unless otherwise indicated 





AMARILLO 


(Panhandle. Texas). —ScHoots— Borger, St. John; 
Dalhart, St Anthony; Levelland, St. Michael. —In- 
STITUTIONS— Panhandle: Catholic Children’s Home; 
St. Ann’s Home for the Aged: Sancta Maria Con- 
vent, American Center and Novitiate. 

[104]—Franciscan Sisters of Mary Immaculate of the 
Third Order of St. Francis of Assisi. —SCHOOLS— 
Amarillo: St. Laurence; Hereford: St. Anthony’s; 
Lubbock, St. Elizabeth, Christ the King. Institu- 
TIONS—U. S. Provincial House and Novitiate; Ama- 
rillo: St. Francis Convent. 

[169]—Sisters of Mercy of the Union—ScHooLs —Ama- 
rillo, Our Lady of Guadalupe; Slaton, St. Joseph’s. 

(178]— Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters —INstI- 
TuTION—Lubbock: St. Joseph’s Convent. 

[221]—Sisters of St. Joseph, (Orange, Calif.) —InstiTv- 
TION—Lubbock: St. Mary of the Plains Hospital. 

[294]—Congregation of Missionary Catechists of the Sa- 
cred Hearts of Jesus and Mary (Madres Violetas), 
Mexico. InstiruTIoN— Lubbock, Our Lady of Grace 
Convent. 

[ ]}—Carmelite Missionaries of St. Theresa —SCcHOOLS— 
Pampa, St. Vincent de Paul. 

[ ]Sisters of Charity of St. Jeanne Antide— Amarillo, St. 
Martin’s Convent. 


NECROLOGY 
+O’Brien, Dermot, Bovina, Tex., St. Ann’s Church.— 
Died February 11, 1978. 
+Schmidt, John Rogg, Msgr., Washington, D.C., Cath- 
olic University—Died May 30, 1978. 





In-Patients treated annually .............+.. 20,052 
Out-Patients treated annually _............ 15,179 
Total: Patients) iit... te..:cesegataentecs one-one 35,231 
Homes for Dependent Children. ................ 1 
Resident BOyS.& ...:iacch..s:.aiesrecessce-cbaseseees 17 
Residént:.Girls), ccs. .neserrabatvaccrtaattesenes 10 
Total Dependent Children .................. 27 
Homes for invalid and aged  ..........:sseee 1 
GueStS fost e eee recccrats reat eeneetetb asap sarent 52 
Infant Baptisms © 4..............cssceceeeceseecsenenensere 3,176 
Comverts sires ccacovieeeeecaeestreeesonasecas cchaned 167 
Total Baptisms 3,343 
Marriages: Catholic 511 
Mixeds iced Fee dee. epee eewetie eave 232 
Total Marriages 743 
Deaths sicsnccceselenyecsecensesreseteeaaceeanneene tea Oui! 448 
Total Catholic Population ...........:1eseeeet 82,740 
Total Populations £2.200...8..052ccs.cecsterseesenenee 800,000 














Most Reverend 
FRANCIS T. HURLEY, D.D. 


Archbishop of Anchorage; ordained June 16, 1951; ap- 

pointed Titular Bishop of Daimlaig and Auxiliary of 

Juneau Feb. 4, 1970; Consecrated March 19, 1970. Ap- 

pointed Ordinary of Juneau July 20, 1971; installed 

Sept. 8, 1971. Appointed Archbishop of Anchorage May 
4, 1976; installed July 8, 1976. 


Former Bishop—Most Reverend JosEPH T. Ryan, D.D., 
Archbishop of Anchorage; ordained June 3, 1939. 
Cons. March 25, 1966; installed April 14, 1966. 
Transferred as Coadjutor Military Vicar of U.S. 
Armed Forces, December 13, 1975. 

Vicar General—Rev. J. MICHAEL Hornick. 

Chancery Office—1026 W. 4th ave., Room 203, Mailing 
address: P.O. Box 2239, Anchorage, AK 99510. ¢ 
277-1628. 

Chancellor—Vacant. 

Tribunal—811 W. 6th ave., Anchorage, 99501. ¢ 274- 
8915. 

Officialis—Rev. J. M1icHAEL Hornick, 

Defender of the Bond—Most Rev. Francis T. Hur- 
LEY, D.D. 

Promotor of Justice-Auditor—Rev. RICHARD TERO. 

Notaries—Rev. FRED BuGarin; Mrs. Mir1ram Dono- 
HUE. 

Diocesan Consultors—Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Cow- 
GILL; Revs. LAWRENCE FARRELL, O.P.; ERNEST 
MUELLERLEILE; RICHARD TERO; FRED BURGARIN; AL- 
FRED GIEBEL. 


Archdiocesan Offices and Directors 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF ANCHORAGE 

1—Ho ty FAMILY CATHEDRAL, Revs. Lawrence Farrell, 
O.P.; Dominic DeDomenico, O.P.; Timothy Conlan, 
O.P.; Donald Bramble, O.P. 
Res., 818 W. 5th ave., 99501. ¢ 276-3455. Sr. Rose 
Cantin, S.S.A., Hospital & Eucharitic Ministry. [2 
JC] 

2—Sr. AntTHony, Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Cowgill; Rev. 
Froilan Mantes (Philippines). 
Res., 825 So. Klevin st., 99504. ¢ 333-5544. Sr. Pa- 
tricia Collins, R.S.M., Parish Coordinator. 

3—Sr. Benepict, Rev. Stanley Allie, (ALB). In res., Rev. 
Msgr. Vincent Yzermans (SCL). 
Res., 8110 Jewel Lake rd., 99502. ¢ 243-2195. 

4—St. ELIzaBETH SETON, Rev. Ernest H. Muellerleile. 
Res., Huffman & Gander, Star Rt. A, Box 1530-M, 
Anchorage, 95507. ¢ 344-7370. Sr. M. Faith Lautz, 
B.V.M., Parish Coordinator. 

5—Sr. Patrick, Rev. Thomas P. Gillissie; Rev. Msgr. 
Francis A. Murphy. 
Res., 2111 Muldoon rd., 99504. ¢ 337-1538. Sister 
Joyce A. Ross, R.S.M., Parish Coordinator. 

6—Our Lapy or GUADALUPE, Rev. Msgr. John A. Lun- 
ney; Rev. David Cummiskey, S.J. 


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Archdiocese of Anchorage 


(Archidioecesis Ancoragiensis) 





Apostleship of the Sea—Port Chaplains: Anchorage, 
Rev. Msgr. Francis A. CowaILL; Cordova, Rev. Da- 
vip MELBOuRNE, Dillingham, Rev. RicHarp SMITH, 
O.S.A.; Kodiak, Rev. RicHarp Tero; Seward, Rev. 
Epwarp O’NEILL, C.SS.R.; Valdez, Rev. JOHN 
Marx. 

Archivist—Sister MARGARET CANTWELL, S.S.A. 

Campaign for Human Development—Rev. ERNEST 
MUELLERLEILE, Dir., Star Rt. A, Box 1530-M, An- 
chorage, Alaska, 99507. ¢ 344-7370. 

Campus Ministry—Rev. DoNALD BRAMBLE, O.P., 818 
5th ave., Anchorage, 99501. ¢ 276-3455. 

Catholic Social Services—Sister Mary CLARE, 
P.B.V.M., Dir.; Sr. MARy TRINITAS, P.B.V.M., 811 W. 
6th ave., Anchorage, 99501. ¢ 277-2554. 

Communications—c/o Chancery Office. 

Family Life Apostolate—Sr. KATHLEEN O’Hara, 
R.S.M., Dir. c/o Chancery Office. 

Legion of Mary—Rev. GErarD Ryan, C.S.Sp., P.O. Box 
10, Talkeetna, 99676. ¢ 733-2442. 

Liturgical Commission—Rev. LAWRENCE FARRELL, 
O.P.—c/o Chancery Office. 

Newspaper, “Catholic Commentary’—Editor: Mrs. Er- 
LEEN KRAMER, P.O. Box 2239, Anchorage, Alaska, 


Res., 3007 West 34th ave., 99503. ¢ 279-0501. 
(Guadalupe Centre, 3900 Wisconsin st.) 


OUTSIDE THE CITY OF ANCHORAGE 

Cordova, St. Joseph, Rev. David A. Melbourne (JUN). 
P.O. Box 79, 99574. ¢ 424-3637. 

Dillingham, Holy Rosary, 99576. 

Res., P.O. Box 195, 99576. ¢ 842-5581. Rev. Richard 
K. Smith, O.S.A. 
Mission—Clark’s Point. 

Eagle River, St. Andrew, Rev. Alfred W. Giebel. P.O. 
Box A., 99577. ¢ 694-2170. 

Glennallen, Holy Family, Rev. Urban Bates, O.P., Adm. 
Res., P.O. Box 126, 99588. ¢ 822-3442. 
Stations—Gunsight Mountain; Kenny Lake. 

Kenai, Our Lady of the Angels, Rev. Robert Wells, 
C.SS.R. 

Res., Box 555, 99611. ¢ 283-4555. 

Kodiak, St. Mary’s of Kodiak and the Islands, Rev. Rich- 
ard Tero. P.O. Box 725, 99615. ¢ 486-5201. 

Palmer, St. Michael, Rev. John O’Donoghue, C.S.Sp. 
(Ireland). 

Res., Box J, 99645. ¢ 745-3229. 
Seward, Sacred Heart, Rev. Edward C. O’Neill, C.SS.R. 


ESTABLISHED Fes. 9, 1966. 


The territory comprises the Third Judicial Division of 
Alaska. 


Square Miles 138,985. 
Total Population of 195,000. 


For legal titles of parishes and archdiocesan institu- 
tions, consult the Chancery Office. 


99510. ¢ 277-1628. 

Office of Planning & Finance—Mr. Frank W. Matu- 
LicH, Dir., P.O. Box 2239, Anchorage, AK 99510. ¢ 
277-1628. 

Propagation of the Faith—Rev. Msgr. JoHN A. Lun- 
NEY, Dir., 3007 W. 34th ave., Anchorage, 99502. ¢ 
279-0501. 

Religious Education—Sister ARLENE Boyp, Coord., c/o 
Chancery Office. Holy Spirit Retreat House, Star 
Route A, Box 388, Anchorage, Alaska, 99507. 

Holy Spirit Retreat House—Rev. VINCENT P. KILLIHER, 
S.J., Dir., Star Rt. A. Box 388, Anchorage, Alaska 
99507. ¢ 344-3211. 

Rural Apostoiate—Sisters M. Ipa Brasseur, S.S.A.; 
MARGARET CANTWELL, S.S.A., c/o Chancery Office. 

Superintendent of Schools—Sr. DIANE BarRpDOL, 
G.N.S.H., St. Mary’s School, P.O. Box 2455, Kodiak 
. ¢ 486-3513. 

Urban Apostolate—Sisters DorotHy Forest, S.S.A.; 
Rose CanrtIn, S.S.A. 

Vocations—c/o Chancery Office. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Res., P.O. Box 577, 99664 ¢ 224-5414. 
Mission—St. John Neumann, Cooper Landing. 
Soldotna, Mother of Perpetual Help, Rev. Daniel De- 
bolt, C.SS.R. 
Res., P.O. Box 208, 99669. ¢ 262-4749. 
Missions—Homer St. John Baptist, Rev. Richard 
Strass, C.SS.R., P.O. Box 382, 99603. ¢ 235-8436. 
Seldovia, Ninilchik. ¢ 567-8691. 

Talkeetna, St. Bernard, Rev. Gerard T. Ryan, C.S.Sp. 
(Ireland), Adm. 
Res., P.O. Box 10, 99676. ¢ 733-2442. 
Missions—Trapper Creek; Willow. 

Valdez, St. Francis Xavier, Rev. John J. Marx. 
Res., P.O. Box 921, 99686. ¢ 835-4556. 


Absent on leave—Revs. 
Francis W. Nugent; 
Car] Abele. 


On Duty Outside Archdiocese—Revs. 
Neil Daley. Chap. U.S. Air Force; 
Thomas Power. 


INSTITUTIONS LOCATED IN THE ARCHDIOCESE 


[A] GRADE SCHOOLS, PAROCHIAL 
Kontak. St. Mary’s, Box 2455, 99615. ¢ 486-3513. Sister 
Diane Bardol, G.N.S.H., Prin. Grey Nuns of the Sa- 
cred Heart. 
Sisters 5; Lay teacher 1; Pupils 109. 


[B] GENERAL HOSPITALS 
ANCHORAGE. Providence Hospital, 3200 Providence 
drive, 99504 or Pouch 6604. ¢ 276-4511.—Sisters of 
Providence in Washington 7. Sr. Stella Marie, Supr.; 
Mr. Al M. Camosso, Adm. Patients: In: 11,355; Out: 
56,810. Rev. Peter Houck, O.S.B., Chap. 


[C] MONASTERIES AND RESIDENCES OF 
PRIESTS AND BROTHERS 
ANCHORAGE. Jesuit House, 1500 Birchwood, 99504. ¢ 
279-4389. Rev. Rene Astruc, S.J. (France). 
Sotpotna. Redemptorist Monastery, Box 208, 99669. ¢ 


262-4749. Rev. Daniel J. Debolt, C.SS.R. 


[D] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES 
FOR SISTERS 
ANCHORAGE. Providence Hospital: 3200 Providence dr., 
99504. ¢ 276-4511. Sisters of Providence in Wash- 
ington 7; Presentation Nuns (Alb) 2. 

Marian House: 3005 West 34th ave., 99503. ¢ 279- 
1190. Sisters of Mercy (ALB) 3; Sisters of Charity 
(Leavenworth) 1; Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary 
(Dubuque) 1. 

Sisters of Mercy II—4302 Needle circle, 99504. ¢ 279- 
5248. Sisters of Mercy (Albany) 1; Medical Mission 
Srs. (Phila.) 1. 

St. Ann’s Convent: 7538 Stanley dr., 99502. ¢ 349- 
1715. Sisters of St. Ann 5. 

Daughters of St. Paul—750 W. 5th ave., 99501. ¢ 
272-8183. Daughters of St. Paul 4. 


¢ Area Code 907 


St. Mary’s Convent: P.O. Box 2455, 99615. ¢ 486-5214. 
Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart 3. 


[E] RETREAT HOUSES 
ANCHORAGE. Holy Spirit Retreat House, Star Rt. A, Box 
388, 99502. ¢ 344-3211. Revs. Vincent Kelliher, S.J.; 
James Conyard, S.J. 


CHILD CARE 
Corpova. St. Joseph’s Child Care —P.O. Box 79, 99574. 
¢ 424-3637. 


[F] MISCELLANEOUS LISTING 
ANCHORAGE. St. Paul Catholic Book and Film Center— 
750 W. 5th ave., 99501. ¢ 272-8183. 
Bishop’s Attic—700 E. Firewood In., 99503. ¢ 279- 
6328. 
St. Francis House—811 W. 6th ave., 99501. 
St. Theresa’s Camp—Archdiocesan summer camp for 





























ANCHORAGE ————__ 


boys and girls. c/o P.O. Box 2239, 99510. 

Careage Home, Glenmore Health Care Center, Pion- 
eer Home, Alaska Psychiatric Institute, McLaugh- 
lin Youth Center—served by Rev. Eugene Burns, 
S.J., 7528 Stanley dr., 99502. ¢ 349-2947. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN THE ARCHDIOCESE 
C.S.Sp. [29]—Holy Ghost Fathers (Irish Prov.) Talkeet- 
na; Palmer. 
C.SS.R. [51]—Redemptorist Fathers (Oakland and St. 
Louis Provinces)—Homer; Kenai, Seward, Soldot- 


na. 
O.P. [48]—Dominican Fathers (Oakland Province) An- 





chorage. 
PATCH DISNOP), bese ceeeehetetee cree ttres etieansure 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 16 
Priests: Active outside dioceses. ................ 2 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent ................ 3 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 17 

MOtalePMEStS Ol, LIOCESCis seecee ents eeeeereee 38 
Priests from other dioceses ...........:-::.:0:0++ 2] 
Transitional DEAaCOMs vcccecs. coces- >< casetaon <geeess-ae- 3 
Get UCljreidetegau Sepa soeieCeOTOR ne ee TE 1 
BY OLA SISCELS ca cotet everest rans 30 
PariShesy tte. ccoescctnetecicssnssvts 17 

With resident Pastor 17 
TMUSSIORS € coe ce ca ttaseresscesereet acehenevehnesvecapupareeoss 8 
SEAL OTS eae eocote oe danhtsbecdetervemteirgs 6 
Chapel Sic sete carsettcssger ure reg coset: 3 


O.S.A. [4]—Augustinian Fathers (Los Angeles Prov.) 
Dillingham. 

O.S.B. [T|—Benedictine Fathers—(Westminister) An- 
chorage. 

S.J. [30]—Jesuit Fathers (Oregon and New England 
Provinces)—Anchorage. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE ARCHDIOCESE 
[21]—Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth—Anchorage. 
(24]—-Sisters of Providence—InstituTION—Anchorage, 
Providence Hospital. 
[29]—Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary— 
Anchorage. 
[162]—Sisters of the Presentation of B.V.M. (Albany 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 


With resident Chaplain ............:0000 

Non-resident Chaplain 
Students of dioc. in other Seminaries  ...... 

Total Seminarians 
Elementary Schools, Parochial ...............++ 

Total Students 
Public School Pupils in Special 

Religious Instruction Classes 

High) SCHOOL Students) Fo. ceeecseaeccese sort 716 

Elementary Students. ..........:0--..-ceseeens> 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 
Sisters, Teaching 5 
Paid Lay Teachers 1 

Total Teachers in diocese. .................«» 6 
General Hospitals 1 





¢ Area Code 907 





[168]—Sisters of Mercy (Albany Proy.)—Anchorage. 

[196]—Pions Society of the Daughters of St. Paul (Bos- 
ton)—Anchorage. 

[207]—Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart— INSTITUTION 
—St. Mary School. 

[211]—Sisters of St. Ann (St. Joseph Prov. Victoria, 
British Columbia). Anchorage. 


: ANCHORAGE | 
Prov.) Anchorage. ¢ 
[166]—Medical Mission Sisters—Anchorage. 
[224]—Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace—Anchorage. 








NECROLOGY 

(No Deaths) 
Bed’ capacity-2 via crcscccescsreecutcaavtennegecovess 250 

In-Patients treated annually ................ 11,399 | 
Out-Patients treated annually _............ 56,810 
Total Patients” cceuscoee set eeetescavactessxs 68,165 
Children in foster homes 25 
Total Dependent Children 25 
Infant Baptisms (isccccspreeeteecseoren eye 540 
COMVETtS asosagh dcactecnane cater oem eoeeneenwasas Ove 56 
Tofdl"Baptistiisn arerescrtcerees sccesccesetycevateces 596 
Marriages: Catholic iectareamanupetoguaccncs- csr 84 
Mixed 239%. Seen eters tere sce 73 
‘Total Wiarria S69 arvana tteegarerccscreras 157 
Deaths | .2.cacasscsaecceeneceeeatoteten mene avesateansercncs 73 
Total Catholic Papulation Gore.cpecce-sccene-cacnes 20,430 
Total Popdlatton cecerscrcmremastet sem cccare ance? 195,000 

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53 


Diocese of Arlington 


(Dioecesis Arlingtonensis) 





Most Reverend 
THOMAS J. WELSH, D.D., J.C.D. 


Bishop of Arlington; ordained May 30, 1946; appointed 
Titular Bishop of Scattery Island and Auxiliary Bishop 
of Philadelphia on Feb. 18, 1970; cons. April 2, 1970; 
appointed as 1st Bishop of Arlington on June 4, 1974 and 
installed on August 13, 1974. Res., 4600 N. Carlin 
Springs road, Arlington, Va., 22203. Mailing Address: 
Chancery Office, Suite 704, 200 N. Glebe rd., Arlington, 
Va., 22203. 





ESTABLISHED AUGUST 13, 1974 


Square MIves6,541 


Comprises the following 21 counties in Northern Vir- 
ginia: Arlington, Clarke, Culpeper, Fairfax, Fauquier, 
Frederick, King George, Lancaster, Loudoun, Madison, 
Northumberland, Orange, Page, Prince William, Rap- 
pahannock, Richmond, Shenandoah, Spotsylvania, 
Stafford, Waren, and Westmoreland and the 7 in- 
dependent cities of Alexandria, Fairfax City, Falls 
Church, Fredericksburg, Manassas, Manassas Park, 
and Winchester with a total population of 1,317,500. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions 
consult the Chancery Office. 





Vicar Generals—Rev. Msgrs. Paut V. HELLER, V.G. 
(Ret); Justin D. McCiunn, J.C.D., V.G., St. James 
Rectory, 905 Park ave., Falls Church, Va., 22046. ¢ 
532-8851. 

Chancellor—Rev. Msgr. Richarp J. BurKE, 200 N. 
Glebe rd., Suite 704, Arlington, 22203. ¢ 841-2508. 

Vice Chancellor—Rev. WiLu1AM T. REINECKE, J.C.L., 
Office, 200 N. Glebe rd., Suite 704, 22203. ¢ 841- 
2522. Res., Queen of Apostles Rectory. Rev. RICHARD 
J. Ley, Office, Suite 704, 200 N. Glebe rd., 22203. ¢ 
841-2500. Res., 4600 N. Carlin Springs rd., 22203. ¢ 
841-2503. 

Chancery Office—Suite 704, 200 N. Glebe rd., 22203. ¢ 
841-2500. Hours 8:30-4. (Mon.-Fri.) 

Diocesan Business Mgr—Mr. Joun J. CONNELL, Suite 
704, 200 N. Glebe rd., 22203. ¢ 841-2505. 

Diocesan Consultors—Rev. Msgrs. RicHarpD J. BuRKE; 
Pau V. Hetter, V.G.; Justin D. McCLunn; Eb- 
WARD P. BRowNngE; JOHN P. HANNAN; Revs. GERALD 
CREEDON; JOHN J. HuGHES; ANTHONY JUSTS. 

Diocesan Tribunal—200 N. Glebe rd., Suite 618, Ar- 
lington, 22203. ¢ 841-2555. 

Officials—Rev. Msgr. Justin D. McCiunn, S.T.L., 
J.C.D., V.G. Vice-Officialis—Rev. Wi1Lu1aM T. REI- 
NECKE, J.C.L. 

Pro-Synodal Judges—Rev. Msgr. JoHN P. HANNAN; 
Revs. Rosert C. Brooks; THomas J. Cassipy; JOHN 
J. HuGHEs; JoHN NAGELE, C.PP.S.; Jon A. O’Con- 
NELL. 

Defenders of the Bond—Revs. ANGrLuS DeMarco, 
O.F.M., S.T.D.; Epwarp J. Corcoran, O.S.FS.; 
Tuomas J. LEHNING; DANIEL E. HAMILTON; WIL- 
LIAM R. Martin, O.M.I., J.U.D.; James J. McCut- 
LOUGH. 

Advocates—Revs. J. Stewart CuLKIN; Grorce J. 
GrirFin; THomas J. LEHNING; JAMES McCuL- 
LOUGH; PHILIP S. Mauka. 

Notaries—Revs. Martin McGuItt; GERARD WEYMES; 
Ropert E. AveLia; Peter Dosrowski, C.S.S.; 
Tuomas DeKay; Patrick Hotroyp; WILLIAM B. 
ScHArDT; STEPHEN A. RoszeEL; JoHN D. Hortum. 

Secretary of the Tribunal—Rev. Martin McGuIt1, 
M. Ch.A., M. Rel. Ed. 

Deans. Rev. Msgrs. JoHN P. HANNAN, V.F.; JosEpH L. 
Wincter, V.F.; Revs. Maurice pu CAsTILLon, 
C.1.C.M., V.F.; Leo P. Creamer, V.F.; JoHN NAGELE, 
CPPS., V.F. 

Vicar for Women Religious—Rev. ARTHUR VERSTRA- 
ETE, C.I.C.M., Mt. Tabor House, 2363 Hunter Mill 
rd., Vienna, 22180. ¢ 938-2564. 

Vicar for Permanent Deacons—Rev. W1Lu1AM T. REI- 
NECKE, J.C.L., 200 N. Glebe rd., Suite 704, Arlington, 
22203. ¢ 841-2522. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 

Archives—Sr. Marie PAut, I.H.M., Archivist, 200 N. 
Glebe rd., Suite 608, Arlington, 22203. ¢ 841-2530. 

Arlington Catholic HERALD (Newpaper)—Mr. 
Cuares W. Carrutn, Editor & Gen. Mgr. 200 N. 
Glebe rd., Suite 614, Arlington, 22203. ¢ 841-2590. 

Campus Ministry—Sr. KATHLEEN TuOoHEY, D.W., Dir., 
1403 Augustine ave., Fredericksburg, 22401. ¢ 703- 
371-6940. 

Catholic Charities, Office: 3838 Cathedral In., Arling- 
ton, 22203. Rev. Msgr. Frank J. Henprick, Dir. ¢ 
841-2544. Deacon Danie F. RESENDES, Deputy Dir. 
¢ 841-2542. 

Alexandria Office: 131 S. West st., 22314. ¢ 549-8644. 

Arlington Office: 3838 Cathedral In., 22203. ¢ 841- 
2531. 

Fairfax Office: 10604 Warwick ave., Suite 200, 22030. 


¢ 591-5921. 

/ Winchester Office: 10 W. Boscowen st., Rm. 25, 22601. 
¢ 667-7940, 

Christ House, Deacon Rocer T. Ostrom, Dir., 131 S. 
West st., Alexandria, 22314. ¢ 549-8644. 

St. Martin de Porres Senior Center, Deacon RoGrEr T. 
Ostrom, Dir., £650 Taney ave., Alexandria, 22314. ¢ 
751-2766. 

Prison Ministry. Rev. Epwarp J. McLean, Admn., 
St. Philip’s Rectory, 7500 st., Philip’s ct., Falls 
Church, 22042. ¢ 573-3808. 

Family Life Bureau: Rev. FRANKLYN M. MCAFEE, 
Dir., Office: 3838 Cathedral in., Arlington, 22203. ¢ 
841-2550. 

Migration and Refugee Services—Mr. JoHN YARLING, 
Coordinator. ¢ 841-2547. 

Spanish Apostolate—Rev. Josr M. AMBROS, Dir., 3838 
Cathedral In. ¢ 841-2546. 

Catholic Education, 200 N. Glebe rd., Suite 703, 22203. 
¢ 841-2519.—Rev. Msgr. RicHarp BurkgE, Dir. Dept. 
of Religious Education: Sr. Mary Sr. Mark, In, 
Dir. ¢ 841-2528; Mr. Douctas D. Grasso, Asst. Dir. 
¢ 841-2529. Coordinator of Audio Visual Materials 
—Sr. Martek Paut, IHM Suite 608. ¢ 841-2530. Coor- 
dinator of Pastoral Ministry for the Hearing Im- 
paired—Sr. James Garrney, DW ( St. Bernadette 
Convent). ¢ 569-1226. Special Religious Education 
Consultant: Mrs. FRAN CAMPBELL, ¢ 356-4022. Dept. 
of Schools: Rev. WituiaM F. Davis, O.S.F.S., Supr. 
of School. ¢ 841-2551. Coordinator of Secondary 
Education-Dir. of Teacher Personnel: Sr. Lyp1a 
MITCHELL, SSJ, ¢ 841-2526; Coordinator of Elemen- 
tary Education: Sr. Davip Marir, IHM, ¢ 841-2527. 
Sr. Mary ANN Josr, SND, ¢ 841-2524. Federated 
Parent Teachers Organization: Mr. J. Russo, Pres., 
1830 N. Herndon st., Arlington, 22201. Religious 
Education Committee: Sr. Mary SARAH BRAUN, 
SND, Chairperson, ¢ 687-6112. School Board Mrs. 
MaRIE PowELL, Chairperson, 501 N. Manchester st., 
Arlington, 22203. ¢ 528-7313. 

Communication, Office of: Mr. Francis W. McINneEr- 
NEY, Dir., 200 N. Glebe rd., Suite 610, Arlington, 
22203. ¢ 841-2517. 

Evangelization Commission—Rev. JaMEs W. McMur- 
TRIE, Chairman. ¢ 765-4421. Information: Office of 
Communications. ¢ 841-2517. 

Diocesan Development Commission—Most Rev. 
THomas J. WELSH, Chairman. ¢ 841-2511. Finance 
Committee—Rev. Msgr. Justin D. McCuiunn, 
Chairman. ¢ 532-8815. 

Research and Development Committee—Rev. R. Roy 
Cossy, Chairman ¢ 378-7481. 

Structures and Liturgical Art Committee —Rev. 
FRANK E. MAHLER, Chairman. ¢ 360-5565. 

Diocesan Pastoral Council—Most Rev. Tuomas J. 
We su, D.D., J.C.D., Chairman. ¢ 845-2511. 

Ecumenical Affairs—Rev. JoHn A. O’CoNNELL, 
Coord., St. Ann’s Rectory, 22205. ¢ 528-6276. 

Fiscal Management, Office of —200 N. Glebe rd., Suite 
620, Arlington, 22203. ¢ 841-2557. 

Liturgical Commission—Rey. Rospert C. Brooks, 
Chairman. ¢ 280-4400. Office ¢ 280-1429; Mr. BILL 
MILLER, Diocesan Music Consultant, ¢ 591-2998. 

Pre-Seminary Program—Rev. Rosert E. AVELLA, Dir., 
Mr. Epwin C. Finney, Assoc. Dir., Suite 609, 200 N. 
Glebe rd., 22203. ¢ 841-2514. 

Priests’ Counci/—Revs. Epwarp P. Brown, Pres.; Ros- 
ERT E. AVELLA, Sec’y. ¢ 451-5876. 

Propagation of the Faith—Rev. Joun J. Hucues, Dir. 
¢ 356-1255. 


¢ Area Code 703 unless otherwise indicated 


Prtoected Self-Insurance Program (Gallagher- Bassett 
Insurance Service), 4340 E. West hwy., Suite 505, 
Wash., D.C., 20014. ¢ 202-656-3575. 

Sisters’ Council—Sisters ANiTA SHERWOOD, O.S.B., 
Chairperson. St. Benedict’s Convent, Bristow, 
22013. ¢ 361-0106. ANN CATHERINE LEHMKUHL, 
C.PP.S., Secy., St. Anthony’s Convent, Falls Church, 
¢ 820-0830. 

Vocations Office of—Rev. Ropert E. AVELLA, Diocesan 
Dir.; Associates: Srs. Parricta DoNLAN, V.S.; BREN- 
DA JOHNSON, V.S.; Hitary THompson, V.S.; Mr. Ep- 
WIN C. FINNEY; Mrs. MARGARET Situ, Coordinator 
of Dept.; Rev. Jose M. AMsros, Coordinator, Span- 
ish Speaking Vocations, 200 N. Glebe rd., Suite 609, 
Arlington, 22203. ¢ 841-2514. 

Youth Activities, Office of—Rev. Daniel E. Hamilton, 
Dir.; Shelia McCarron, Dep. Dir.; 200 N. Glebe rd., 
Suite 608, Arlington, 22203. ¢ 841-2559. 


CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS AND 
SOCIETIES 

Apostleship of Prayer. Rev. R. Roy Cossy, Dir., St. Tim- 
othy Rectory, Chantilly. ¢ 378-7461. 

Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima—Mr. JosEPH Roc- 
CAPTIORE, Pres., 2610 N. Quantico st., Arlington, 
22207. ¢ 920-5440. Rev. Puitip S. Mauxa, Mod., St. 
Elizabeth Seton, Lake Ridge. ¢ 690-1493. 

Catholics United for the Faith (CUF): Rev. FRANKLYN 
M. McCarer, Chap., ¢ 836-1640. Dr. SEan O’REILLY, 
Chairman; Mrs. JaMes Hermgs, Secy., 6728 Crest 
pl., Falls Church, 22046. ¢ 533-1843. 

Catholics Daughters of America—Mrs. ANTOINETTE 
BRESLIN, Pres., 2807 Old Dominion blvd., Alex- 
andria, 22305. ¢ 548-9335. 

Catholic War Veterans—Mr. Earu T. Witey, Dept. 
CMDR.., State of Va., 6200 Wilson blud., Apt. 510, 
Falls Church, 22044. ¢ 534-2963. 

Catholic Women, Council of—Mrs. ANN L. HARBURDA, 
Pres., 210 S. Oak st., Falls Church, 22046. ¢ 532- 
6938. Mrs. NANcy White, Prov. Dir., 301 N. Edison 
st., Arlington, 22203. ¢ 527-2846. Rev. Msgr. Ep- 
WARD P. Browne, Mod. ¢ 451-8576. 

Catholic Young Adult Club. Mr. Tep ZAGROBELNY, 
Pres., P.O. Box 4478, Arlington, 22204. ¢ 780-5622. 

Charismatic Prayer Groups. Mr. ALAN G. Dunn, 
Coord., 201 W. Greenway blud., Falls Church, 
22046. ¢ 532-8985. Rev. JamMEs J. McCuLLouGu, 
Mod., St. Mark’s, Vienna, ¢ 281-9100. 

Christian Family Movement Rev. GrorGE GRIFFIN, 
Mod., Good Shepherd, Alexandria. ¢ 360-5565. 
Couple to Couple League—Mr. & Mrs. THomas McFap- 
DEN, Coord., 1802 Sheridan ct., McLean, 22101. ¢ 

356-7805. 

Cursillo Movement Mr. Ciype Cook, Chairman, 
Northern Virginia Cursillo Steering Committee, 
911 S. Lee st., Alexandria, 22314. ¢ 683-4398. 

Eucharistic Vigil—Capt. T. A. Francis, U.S.N., 2229 N. 
Underwood st., Falls Church, 22034. ¢ 532-3273. 

Knight of Columbus, State Deputy:—Epwarp M. Cor- 
CORAN, 6050 Woodmont rd., Alexandria, 22307. 
¢765-4385. Rev. Epwin KELLEY, C.S.S., State Chap., 
Our Lady of Angels, Woodbridge . ¢ 494-2444. 

Legion of Mary, Comitium of—Rev. GERALD WEYMES, 
Dir., St. Mary’s, Fredericksburg. ¢373-6491. 

Marriage Encounter —TeRryY AND Bitsy ANDERSON, 
Lay Coords.,6903 Spelman d 22153. ¢ 455-5592. 

Nocturnal Adoration Society. Rev. Msgr. FRANK J. 
HENpRICK. Dir., St. Agnes Rectory, Arlington. ¢ 243- 
4793. 

Parish Vocation Committees—For information contact 
Diocesan Vocation office. ¢ 841-2514. 




















ARLINGTON 


Pre-Canan Program—Rey. FRANKLYN M. MCAFEE, 
Dir. ¢ 841-2550. 

Pro-Life Activities, Diocesan Committee for. Rev. 
FRANKLYN M. McArexr, Chairman, 3838 Cathedral 
In., Arlington, 22203. ¢ 841-2550. 

Prime Time Single Catholics. WILLIAM Prusak, Pres., 
1503-B, N. Van Dorn st., Alexandria, 22304. ¢ 671- 
7412. 

St. Vincent De Paul Society, General Council —Mr. 
Geran P. Cieary, Pres.; 1518 Woodside dr., Wood- 
bridge, 22191. Mr. Ropert W. McCas tin, Treas., 
222 S. Fairfay st., Alexandria, 22314. ¢ 836-5503. 


CLERGY, 


COUNTY OF ARLINGTON 

1—Cathedral of St. Thomas More, CATHEDRAL LN., REv. 
Mscr. RicHarp J. Burke, Rector; Revs. Rosert E. 
AvELLA; JOSEPH Lortus, M.S. IN REs., Rev. Cor- 
NELIUS O’BRIEN (ALX); Rev. Mr. JOHN PINTERBONE, 
DEACON. 
Res., CATHEDRAL IN., 22203. ¢ 525-1300. 
School—Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart 
of Mary (Res., 105 N. Thomas st.), 22203. Sister Mar- 
garet Regina, I.H.M., Supr. 
Sisters 9; Lay teachers 14; Pupils 505. 

2—Sr. Acnegs’, N. Randolph and N. 20th sts., Rev. Msgr. 
Frank J. Hendrick; Rev. Emmanuel Camilleri; Ge- 
rard Creedon. In res., Rev. Jose M. Ambros (Spain). 
Res., 1914 N. Randolph st., 22207. ¢ 243-4793. 
School—Sisters of Notre Dame (2024 N. Randolph 
st.). Sister Mary Adelle, S.N.D., Prin. 
Sisters 6; Lay teachers 13; Pupils 329. 

3—Sr. ANN’s, 5312 N. 10th st., Revs. John A. O’Connell; 
Stephen A. Roszel. 
Res., 5312 10th st., N. Mail: P.O. Box 5614, 22205. ¢ 
528-6276. 
School—Sisters of Notre Dame of Cleveland, Ohio, 
(5307 N. Fairfax dr.). Sister Mary St. Kevin, S.N.D., 
Sup. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 12; Pupils 297. 

4—Sr. CHARLES Borromeo, Revs. Thomas A. Casey. 
Tran Dinh Nhi, (Viet). In res., Revs. 
Luis Valdivieso, (Cuba); Stewart Culkin. 
Res., 3304 N. Washington blvd., 22201. ¢ 527-5500. 
School—Sisters of St. Benedict. Sister Benedict Ke- 
sock, O.S.B., Prin. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 9; Pupils 183. 
Res., 3299 N. Fairfax dr., 22201. 

5—Our Lapy or Lourpes, 23rd and Hayes st. S., Revs. 
Charles W. Gerloff; Mark A. Pilon. In Res., Rev. 
Charles Comaskey, Pastor Emeritus. 
Res., 830 S. 23rd st., 22202. ¢ 684-9261. 

6—Our Lapy, QUEEN OF PEAcE, 2700 South 19th st., 
Rev. David T. Ray, C.S.Sp. 
Res., 2700 S. 19th st., 22204. ¢ 979-5580. 


OUTSIDE THE COUNTY OF ARLINGTON 
Alexandria, 
1—Blessed Sacrament, Braddock rd. and Radford st., 
Revs. Anthony Justs; Eugene A. Leonard. In res., 
Rev. Msgr. Martin T. Quinn, Pastor Emeritus; Revs. 
Joseph A. Slattery. ; 
Res., 1415 W. Braddock rd., 22302. ¢ 998-9031. Sis- 
ters of Holy Cross 9. (Res., 2400 Kenwood ave.). 
2—Good Shepherd—(Mount Vernon), 8710 Mt. Vernon 
hwy. (Rt. 235). Revs. Frank E. Mahler; George J. 
Griffin. 
Res., 3321 Wessynton way, 22309. ¢ 360-5565 or 780- 
3726. 
3—Queen of Apostles, Revs. John W. Rea; Patrick Hol- 
royd. In res., Rev. William T. Rienecke. 
Res., 4329 Sano st., 22312. ¢ 354-8711. 
School —Mrs. Marilyn Bradberry, Prin. 
Lay teachers 12; Pupils 325. 
4—St. Joseph’s, Rev. Henry R. Harper, S.S.J. 
Res., 711 N. Columbus st., 22314. ¢ 836-3725. 
5—St. Lawrence (Franconia), Revs. Austin L. Ryder; 
Alan M. Lee. 
Res., 6222 Franconia road, P.O. Box 10068, 22310. ¢ 
971-4378. 
6—St. Louis, Revs. James W. McMurtrie; James D. Mul- 
downey; Horace H. Grinnell 
Res., 2907 Popkins lane, Groveton, Alexandria, 
22306. ¢ 765-4421. 
School—2901 Popkins In. ¢ 768-7732. Miss Mary K. 
Doherty, Prin. 
Lay teachers 16; Pupils 416. 
Station—Hayfield Farms. 
7—St. Mary’s, 310S. Royal st., near Duke st., Rev. Msgr. 
Joseph L. Wingler; Rev. Thomas R. DeKay. In res., 
Rev. Martin McGuill. 
Res., 310 Duke st., 22314. ¢ 549-3603; ¢ 836- 4100. 
[CEM] 
School—Sisters of the Holy Cross (400 Green st.) 
Res., 923 S. Royal st. Sister Maureen Minihane, 
C.S.C., Prin. 
Sisters 9; Lay teachers 14; Pupils 509. 
8—St. Rita’s, Rev. Francis L. Bradican. In res., Rev. 





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St. Clare Guild—Mrs. JuLia SAULNIER, Pres. 1814 Ol- 
ney rd., Falls Church, 22043. ¢ 356-1193. 

Scounting and Camp Fire, Diocesan Committe on: Mr. 
SAMUEL M. BripGEMAN, Chairman, 1805 Franklin 
ave., McLean, 22101. ¢ 538-2740. Rev. EUGENE A. 
LEONARD, Chap., Blessed Sacrament Rectory, Alex- 
andria, 22302. ¢ 548-7337. 

Secular Franciscan Order: St. John the Beloved Apos- 
tle Fraternity. Mrs. JEROME E. SuLLINVAN, Prefect. 
¢ 920-0705. 2609 S. 8th st., Arlington, 22204. Rev. 
STEPHEN HARDEGEN, O.F.M., Spiritual Director. 

St. Thomas More Fraternity. Dr. JAMES F. AMBURY, 


Franklyn M. McAfee. 

Res., 3815 Russell rd., 22305. ¢ 836-1640. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph (231 W. Glebe rd.). Sr. 

Marie St. Paul, S.S.J. 

Sisters 7; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 460. 

Annandale, Fairfax Co., Holy Spirit, 8800 Braddock rd, 
Revs. Paul L. DeWolf, C.I.C.M.; Robert A. Timper- 
man, C.I.C.M.; Peter Van der Paalen, C.I.C.M. 
Res., 5102 Fleming dr., 22003. ¢ 978-8074. 
School—8800 Braddock rd. Mrs. Ruth Marum, Prin. 
Sisters of the Holy Cross. 

Sisters 1; Lay teachers 13; Pupils 383. 

St. Ambrose, Revs. Robert C. Brooks; Dominic P. 
Irace. In res., Rev. Stanley Slivonik. 

Res., 3901 Woodburn rd., 22003. ¢ 280-4400. 

St. Michael’s, 1 St. Michael’s lane, 22003. Rev. Msgr. 
Thomas P. Scannell; Revs. Thomas J. Lehning; Wil- 
liam B. Schardt. In res., Rev. Harris M. Findlay. 
Res., 1 St. Michael’s lane, 22003. ¢ 256-7822. 
School—Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary. Res., 21 St. Michael’s lane, 22003. Sister M. 
John Gabriel, I.H.M., Supr. 

Sisters 12; Lay teachers 14; Pupils 741. 

Burke (W. Springfield), Fairfax Co., Church of the 
Nativity, Rev. Frank J. Ready. 

Res., 9525 Lyra ct., 22015. ¢ 455-2400. 

Chantilly, Fairfax Co., St. Timothy, 13807 Poplar Tree 
rd., 22021. Revs. R. Roy Cosby; Francis J. Diamond, 
S.J. 

Res., 13807 Poplar Tree rd., 22021. ¢ 378-7461. 

Colonial Beach, Westmoreland Co., St. Elizabeth, 12 
Lossing ave., 22443. Revs. Damian Breen, S.T.; 
Jerome Hovanec, S.T. 

Res., 11 Irving ave. S., 22443. ¢ 804-224-1051. [CEM] 
Mission—[CEM] King George, St. Anthony’s. 
Chaplaincy—U.S. Navy Weapons Lab., Dahlgren. 

Culpeper, Culpeper Co., Precious Blood, 405 N. Main st., 
Rev. Maurice du Castillon, C.I.C.M. 

Res., 401 N. Main st., P.O. Box 689, 22701. ¢ 825- 
8945. 

Dale City, Prince William Co., Holy Family, Revs. Vin- 
cent A. Keane; Tran Binh Trong (Viet.). 14160 Fern- 
dale rd., 22193. ¢ 670-8161. 

Mission—Sacred Heart, Hoadly. 

Fairfax, Fairfax Co., St. Leo’s, Rev. Msgr. John P. Han- 
nan, V.F.; Revs. Paul F. Carroll; Ronald E. Grogan. 
In res., Rev. George Uricheck (JKS). 

Res., 3700 Old Lee hwy., 22030. ¢ 273-5369. 
School—Sisters of Notre Dame. (Res., 3507 Spring 
Lake Terrace). Sister Mary Clarissa, S.N.D., Prin. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 16; Pupils 601. 

Fairfax Station, Fairfax Co., St. Mary’s, 11112 Fairfax 
Station rd., P.O. Box 15, 22039. ¢ 978-4141. Revs. 
Richard J. Farrell, C.M.F., Coordinator; Severin 
Lopez, C.M.F.; Philip Kapela, C.M.F.; Sidney 
McGuire, C.M.F., Co-Pastors. [CEM] 

Falls Church, Fairfax Co., St. Anthony’s, 3305 Glen Car- 
lyn rd., 22041. Revs. John Nagele, C.PP.S., V.F.; 
Harold Brown, C.PP.S.; Thomas Brenberger, 
C.PP.S. In res., Rev. J. Bryan Hehir (Bo). 

Res., 3305 Glen Carlyn rd., 22041. ¢ 820-7111. 
School—Sisters of the Precious Blood. Sister Ann 
Catherine Lehmkuhl, C.PP.S., Prin. (Res., 3303 Glen 
Carlyn rd.). 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 22; Pupils 431. 

St. James’, Broad and Spring sts., Rev. Msgr. Justin 
D. McClunn, J.C.D., V.G.; Revs. Salvator L. Ciullo, 
O.F.M.Cap.; Joseph P. Biniek. In res., Rev. Msgr. 
Paul V. Heller, V.G., Pastor Emeritus. 

Res., 905 Park ave., 22046. ¢ 532-8815. [CEM] 
School—Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart 
of Mary. Sister Helen Maureen, I.H.M., Prin. (Res., 
Villa Maria Convent, 101 N. Spring st.). 

Sisters 11; Lay teachers 18; Pupils 722. 

St. Philip, Revs. John T. Cilinski; Edward J. McLean. 
Res., 7500 St. Philip’s ct., 22042. ¢ 573-3808. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph (Res., 7504 St. Philip’s 
court). Sister Jane Lawrence, S.S.J., Supr. 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 215. 

Fredericksburg, St. Mary’s, Revs. Leo P. Creamer, V.F.; 
Gerald T. Weymes. 

Res., 1009 Stafford ave., 22401. ¢ 373-6491. 

Front Royal, Warren Co., St. John the Baptist, Luray 

ave. and W. Main st., Box 1170, 22630. Rev. John J. 


¢ Area Code 703 unless otherwise indicated 





ARLINGTON 


M.D.., Prefect. ¢ 979-4090. 3416 S. 9th st., Arlington, 
2203. Rev. CoRNELIUS O’BRIEN (Alex), Spiritual Di- 
rector. 

Sacred Heart Fraternity. Miss CATHERINE MCKILLIP, 
Prefect. ¢ 528-6715. 2100 N. Randolph st., Arling- 
ton, 22207. Rev. Epwarp Ditton, O.F.M., Spiritual 
Director. 

Serra Clubs Serra Club of Ft. Belvoir: Mr. JaAMEs G. 
Farisu, Pres. ¢ 360-3136. (Major) JoHN J. LyNcu, 
USA Chap., Northern Va. Club: Mr. Edwin C. Fin- 
ney, Pres., Rev. William F. Ruehl, Cap. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Munley. 
Res., 123 W. Main st., 22630. ¢ 635-3780. 

Gordonsville, Orange Co., St. Mark’s, Rev. Louis H. De 
Boeck, C.I.C.M. 

Res., 317 Main st., P.O. Box 124, 22942. ¢ 832-3062. 

Hague, Westmoreland Co., St. Paul’s, Rev. William 
McVeagh, S.T., Res., St. Timothy’s, P.O. Box 129, 
Tappahannock, Va. 22560. ¢ 804-443-2760. 

Herndon, Fairfax Co., St. Joseph, Revs. Stephen J. Las- 
ko, C.S.Sp.; Michael F. O’Neill, C.S.Sp. 

Res., 750 Peachtree st., 22070. ¢ 437-3737. 
School—750 Peachtree st., Sr. Michael Sands, 
R.S.M., Prin. 

Sister 1; Lay teachers 9; Students 205. 

Kilmarnock, Lancaster Co., St. Francis de Sales, Revs. 
Boniface Cunningham, S.T.; Mark Rietzen, S.T. Box 
805, Church st., 22482. ¢ 804-435-1511. 

Lake Ridge, Prince William Co., St. Elizabeth Seton, 
Rev. Philip S. Majka. 

Res., 2718 Crab Apple ct. ¢ 690-1493. Mail Add., P.O. 
Box 205, Occoquon, 22125. 

Leesburg, Loudoun Co., St. John the Apostle, Rev. L. 
Joseph Baran. 

Res., 7 Union st., P.O. Box 248, 22075. ¢ 777-1317. 

Luray, Page Co., Our Lady of the Valley, Rev. Charles 
A. Ryan, 200 Collins ave., P.O. Box 462, 22835. ¢ 
743-4919. 

McLean, Fairfax Co., St. John’s, Revs. Henry E. Ham- 
mond; William F. Ruehl; Fernando Gutierrez (Phil- 
ippines). 

Res., 6420 Linway ter., 22101. ¢ 356-7916. 
School—6422 Linway terrace, McLean. Sisters of 
Notre Dame. Res., 1600 Carlin la. Sister Mary Mar- 
cella, S.N.D., Prin. 

Sisters 6; Lay teachers 14; Pupils 456. 

St. Luke’s, 7005 Georgetown pike, Revs. John J. 
Hughes; John D. Hortum. In res., Rev. James L. 
Rebeta, C.S.C. 

Res., 7001 Georgetown pike, P.O. Box 506, 22101. ¢ 
356-7481, 356-1255. 

School—Bro. William J. Kooser, C.S.C., Prin. 

Lay teachers 8; Pupils 209. 

Madison, Madison Co., Our Lady of the Blue Ridge, Rev. 
Eugene Neyer. RR No. 1, Box 250, 22727. ¢ 948- 
4144. 

Manassas, Prince William Co., All Saints, Revs. James 
Flanagan, C.S.S.; Gerald A. Goggin, C.S.S.; Charles 
P. Armour, C.S.S. 

Res., 9300 Stonewall rd., 22110. ¢ 368-4500. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of St. Benedict (Res., Linton Hall 
Convent). Sister Kathleen, O.S.B., Prin. 

Sisters 1; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 235. 

Middleburg, Loudoun Co., St. Stephen the Martyr, Rev. 
Thomas F. Egan. 

Res., Route 748, P.O. Box 474, 22117. ¢ 687-6433. 

Orange, St. John’s, Rev. John Jansen, C.1.C.M. 

Res., 108 W. Nelson st., P.O. Box 350, 22960. ¢ 672- 
4933. 

Purcellville, Loudoun Co., St. Francis de Sales, Revs. 
Alexander Davis, O.F.M.Cap.; Marcellus Liotta, 
O.F.M.Cap. 

Res., 16th and Main sts., P.O. Box 922, 22132. ¢ 
338-6381. 

Reston, Fairfax Co., St. Thomas a Becket of the Reston 
Catholic Community, 1421 Wiehle ave. ¢ 437-7113. 
Rev. Bernard M. Deos (ALB), Administrator. 

Res., 1418 Greenmont ct., 22090. ¢ 437-3836. 

Springfield, Fairfax Co., St. Bernadette’s, Rev. Msgr. 
Edward P. Browne; Revs. Daniel E. Hamilton; Keith 
R. Ramey. In res., Rev. Eugene Poirier, S.J. 

Res., 7600 Old Keene Mill rd., 22152. ¢ 451-8576. 
School—7600 Old Keene Mill rd. Daughters of Wis- 
dom. Sister Marie Immaculata, D.W. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 16; Pupils 451. 

Stafford, St. William of York, Rev. Edmund V. Kollar. 
P.O. Box 116, 22554. ¢ 659-3505. 

Sterling, Loudoun Co., Christ the Redeemer, Revs. Wil- 
liam Schmidt, S.A.; Dennis Polanco, S.A.; Edward 
Gallagher, S.A. 

Res., 510 N. York rd., 22170. ¢ 430-9507; 430-9508. 

Triangle, Prince William Co., St. Francis of Assisi, Rev. 
Angelus A. DeMarco, O.F.M. 

Res., 18724 Kerril rd., 22172. ¢ 221-4044. 
Vienna, Fairfax Co., Our Lady of Good Counsel, Revs. 














ARLINGTON 


Edward J. Corcoran, O.S.F.S.; John N. Ryan, 
O.S.F.S.; Albert F. Ernst, O.S.F.S.; Lewis A. Man- 
gini, O.S.F.S. In res., Rev. William F. Davis, O.S.F.S. 
Res., 8601 Wolftrap rd. Office, Box 97, 22180. ¢ 938- 
2828. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph, (Chestnut Hill, Pen- 
na.) (Res., P.O. Box 217). Sister Frances Gervase, 
S.S.J., Prin. 
Sisters 8; Lay teachers 12; Pupils 512. 

St. Mark’s, Revs. Thomas J. Cassidy; James J. McCul- 
lough; Rev. Mr. Robert Cilinski. 
Res., 9970 Vale rd., P.O. Box 997, 22180. ¢ 281-9100. 

Warrenton, Fauquier Co., St. John the Evangelist, Rev. 
Vincent Heald. 

Res., 271 Winchester st., 22186. ¢ 347-2922. 
School—Sisters of Notre Dame. (Res., 279 Winches- 
ter st., Warrenton, 22186). Sister Mary Julie Rose, 
S.N.D., Prin. 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 161. 

Winchester, Frederick Co., Sacred Heart of Jesus, Revs. 
Julius J. Cilinski; Jerome W. Fasano. 

Res., 407 S. Loudoun st., 22601. ¢ 662-5858. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of Notre Dame. (Res., 1713 Am- 
herst st.). Sister Mary Macrena, Supr. 

Sisters 4; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 193. 
Mission—Berryville. 

Woodbridge, Prince William Co., Our Lady of Angels, 1 
Mary’s Way, 22191. ¢ 494-2444. Revs. Edwin F. Kel- 
ley, C.S.S.; Joseph J. Welch, C.S.S.; Peter P. Dobrow- 
ski, C.S.S. 

Chaplaincies—Correctional Field Unit, Camp 6. 
Rehabilitation Center for Alcoholics; Potomac Hos- 
pital, Woodbridge. 


[A] SEMINARIES, RELIGIOUS, OR 
SCHOLASTICATES 
BERRYVILLE. Our Lady of the Holy Cross Seminary and 
Scholasticate and connected with Holy Cross Abbey 
, Rt. 2, 22611. ¢ 955-1425. Rt. Rev. M. Edward 
McCorkell, 0.C.S.0., Rector. 


[B] COLLEGE 
ARLINGTON. Marymount College of Virginia, 2807 N. 
Glebe rd., 22207. ¢ 524-2500. Religious of the Sacred 
Heart of Mary. Resident and non-resident students. 
Sister M. Majella Berg, R.S.H.M., Pres.; Rev. Antho- 
ny J. McGinley (HBG), Chaplain. Sisters 6; Lay 
teachers 33; Students 710. 


[C] HIGH SCHOOLS, DIOCESAN 

ARLINGTON. Denis J. O’Connell High School, 6600 Little 
Falls rd., and Underwood st., 22213. ¢ 534-8100. Mr. 
Alward V. Burch, Prin. Sisters Servants of the Im- 
maculate Heart of Mary 23. Sister Regina Alma, 
I.H.M., Asst. Prin. (Res., Convent 6600 Little Falls 
rd.) Mr. Richard J. Martin, Asst. Prin.; Revs. Stew- 
art Culkin, Spiritual Dir.; Sean R. Harlow, O.Carm., 
Counselor. Priests 6; Sisters 22; Lay teachers 54; 
Boys 712; Girls 888. 

ALEXANDRIA. Bishop Ireton High School, 201 Cam- 
bridge rd., 22314. ¢ 751-7606.—Rev. Charles J. Nor- 
man, O.S.F.S., Prin.; Very Rev. John M. O’Neill, 
O.S.F.S., Supr. Faculty: Revs. William Dougherty, 
O.S.F.S.; Edward Fitzpatrick, O.S.F.S.; Donald 
Heet, O.S.F.S.; George Godley, O.S.F.S.; Richard 
Grant, O.S.F.S.; Thomas McGee, O.S.F.S.; Richard 
Reece, O.S.F.S.; John J. Hurley, O.S.F.S.; David F. 
Keener, O.S.F.S.; Robert McNally, O.S.F.S.; Robert 
Reece, O.S.F.S.; Albert Smith, O.S.F.S. (Res., 101 
Cambridge rd.) ¢ 751-4454. Oblates of St. Francis de 
Sales 14; Sister 1; Lay teachers 18; Boys 504. In res., 
Rev. Francis Greene, O.S.F.S.; Paul Henry, O.S.F.S.; 
Manning Moore, O.S.F.S.; Bernard O’Connor, 
O.S.F.S.; William Walsh, O.S.F.S. 


[D] HIGH SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 

ALEXANDRIA. St. Mary’s Academy, 2404 Russell rd., 
22301. ¢ 549-0145. Day School for Girls—Sisters of 
the Holy Cross 14. Sister Joan Carusillo, C.S.C., 
Prin. Lay teachers 17; Girls 352. 

MippieBurG. Notre Dame Academy, Rt. 1, Box 197, 
22117. ¢ 687-6112.—Boarding and Day School for 
Girls. Sister Mary Sheryl, S.N.D., Prin. Sisters of 
Notre Dame 13; Lay teachers 4; Girls 176. Chaplain: 
Rt. Rev. Alban Boultwood, O.S.B. 


[E] ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 

ARLINGTON. Marymount Junior School, 2807 N. Glebe 
road, 22207. ¢ 524-2500. Religious of the Sacred 
Heart of Mary. Miss Christine Johnston, Prin. Sis- 
ters 3; Lay teachers 17; Girls 169. 

Bristow. Linton Hall, 9535 Linton Hall rd., 22013. ¢ 
368-3157. Military Boarding and Day School for 
Boys. Sr. Mary Ellen Black, O.S.B., Prin. Benedic- 
tine Sisters of Virginia, Sisters 14; Lay teachers 3; 
Boys 149. 

FREDERICKSBURG. Montfort Academy, Inc., 700 Sunken 
rd., 22401. ¢ 703-373-9478.—Daughters of Wisdom 





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Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., St. John Bosco, Rev. Cyril 
Karlowicz, O.F.M.Cap. 
Res., 315 N. Main st., 22664. ¢ 459-4448. 

St. John Bosco Day Care Center, Teachers 5; Pupils 

40. 
Mission—Our Lady of the Shenandoah, Bryce 
Mountain, Basye, Va., 22810. Rev. Joseph F. 
Schwartz, Adm. 


Permanent Deacons. 
Arquette, Lester K., Our Lady Queen of Peace, Ar- 
lington. 
Benedi, Claudio F., St. Charles Parish, Arlington. 
Bidon, Patrick J., St. Louis Parish, Alexandria. 
Coutu, Charles A., Holy Family Parish, Dale City. 
DeLuca, Frank T., Cathedral of St. Thomas More. 
Eberlein, John W., All Saints’ Parish, Manassas. 
Herlong, Daniel W., St. Anthony’s Parish, Falls 
Church. 
Knight, Jerome P., St. Mark’s Parish, Vienna. 
Manning, John A., All Saints Parish, Manassas. 
Melvin, Gerald A., St. Lawrence Parish, Alexandria. 
O’Donnell, Timothy G., St. Timothy Parish, Chantil- 
ly. 
Ostrom, Robert T., St. Michael’s Parish, Annandale. 
Plaisance, Paul, Jr., St. Lawrence Parish, Alex- 
andria. 
Pujals, Humberto A., St. Agnes Parish, Arlington. 
Resendes, Daniel F., Cathedral of St. Thomas More. 
Santoro, Vincent H., Blessed Sacrament Parish, 
Alexandria. 
Soutuyo, Francisco R., Blessed Sacrament, Alex- 
andria. 
Taub, Samuel M., Jr., St. Ann’s Parish, Arlington. 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE 


3. Mother Catherine Nadeau, D. W., Prin. Lay 
teachers 9; Boys 106; Girls 115. 


[F] REGIONAL PAROCHIAL SCHOOL 
WoopsRIDGE. Aguinas School—Dominican Sisters, 
Congregation of St. Cecilia, Sr. Christine, O.P., Prin. 
13750 Mary’s way, 22191. ¢ 491-4447. Grades; K-8. 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 15; Students 457. 


[G] DAY CARE AND 
CHILD LEARNING CENTERS 

ARLINGTON. Gerard Majella Child Care Center of Mary- 
mount College, 2807 N. Glebe rd., 22207. ¢ 524-2500. 
Children 2 yrs.-6years. Mrs. Nancy P. Hough, Dir. 
Lay teachers 8; Children 60. 

ALEXANDRIA. Blessed Sacrament Early Childhood Crea- 
tive Education Center, 2500 Kenwood ave., 22302. ¢ 
836-7792. Sr. Francis Clare, C.S.C., Dir. Children 
Ages 3 to 5. Kindegarten. Lay teachers 7; Children 
bili, 

Cameron Valley Child Development Center, 1707 W. 
Braddock rd., Alexandria, 22303. ¢ 548-9050. Chil- 
dren 3-6 yrs. Ms. Michele Porzel, Dir. Lay teachers 
9; Children 60. 

St. Gabriel’s, 4319 Sano st., 22312. ¢ 354-0395. Poor 
Sisters of St. Joseph (Buenos Aires) Sister Carmen 
Lambert, P.S.S.J., Supr., Sisters 8; Novices 3; Postu- 
lants 2; Children 59. 

FaLis CHurCH. St. Joseph’s, 203 N. Spring st., 22046. ¢ 
533-8441. Missionary Servants of St. Joseph (Sala- 
manca, Spain) 5; Lay teachers 2; Mother Agustina 
Temprano, M.S.S.J., Supr. Children 80. 


[H] SCHOOLS FOR EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 

ARLINGTON. St. Coletta School, 1305 N. Jackson st., 
22201. ¢ 703-525-4433. For handicapped and retard- 
ed children. Mrs. Joseph Hagarty, Prin., Res., 3132 
Key blvd. Infant Stimulation Program, Birth-3 Yrs. 
Administrator 1; Teachers 5; Teacher Aid 1; Secre- 
tary 1; Speech Pathologist 1; Occupational Thera- 
pist 1; P.E. Instructor 1; Pediatrician 1; Physical 
Therapist 1. Mailing Address. 1305 N. Jackson st., 
22201. Boys 9; Girls 18; Infant 1. 


[I] MONASTERIES AND RESIDENCES OF 
PRIESTS AND BROTHERS 

ARLINGTON. “Missionhurst,’’Central House and Noviti- 
ate of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Missions’ So- 
ciety in the United States. (Congregation of the 
Immaculate Heart of Mary; foreign and home mis- 
sions. Legal title: American I.H.M. Province, Inc., 
and Missionhurst, Inc.). Address: Missionhurst, 
4651 N. 25th st., 22250. ¢ 528-3800.—Very Rev. Leo 
Zonneveld, C.I.C.M., Provincial; Very Rev. Paul G. 
Wynants, C.I.C.M., Rector and Dir. of Vocations; 
Revs. Hubert Wade, C.I.C.M., Assoc. Dir. of Voca- 
tions; Revs. Paul Staes, C.I.C.M., Dir. of Promotion; 
Roger Van Cauwenbergh, C.I.C.M., Procurator; 
Louis Tysmans, C.I.C.M.; Promotion Staff; Marcel 
Van Thillo, C.I.C.M.; Henry Serruys, C.I.C.M., in 
residence. Community Priests 8; 1 Brother. 
“Immaculate Heart Missions, Inc.”’ Rev. Leo Zon- 
neveld, C.I.C.M., Pres. 

BERRYVILLE. Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy 


¢ Area Code 703 unless otherwise indicated 





ARLINGTON 


Taylor, Eugene J., Blessed Sacrament Parish, Alex- 
andria. 

Walsh, Cantwell, St. Ann’s Parish, Arlington. 
Ward, Albert P., Sr., All Saints’ Parish, Manassas. 
Ward, Lawrence G., St. Mary’s Parish, Fredericks- 
burg. 

Wilbur, Carl A., Prison Ministry. 


Special Assignment: Rev. 
William R. Martin, O.M.I. 
Chaplains. 
U.S. Navy: Rev. 
Thomas D. Schutte. 
U. S. Air Force: Rev. 
Clarence N. Watkins; 
Richard B. Martin. 


On leave: Rev. 
Paul J. Kamerdze. 


Retired: 
Reverend Monsignors— 
Heller, Paul V., St. James, Falls Church. 
Quinn, Martin T., [1] Alexandria. 
Reverend Fathers— 
Comaskey, Charles [5] Arlington. 
Snella, Adloph A., Little Sisters of the Poor, Rich- 
mond. 


On Duty Outside Diocese. Revs. 
Stanislaus Chmura, Diocese of Bridgeport. 
Vincent S. Sikora, Diocese of Charleston. 


Cross, Rt. 2, Box 253, 22611. ¢ 955-1425. Order of 
Cistercians of the Strict Observance (Trappist). Rt. 
Rev. Dom Edward McCorkell, 0.S.C.O., Abbot; Very 
Rev. Robert Barnes, O.C.S.O., Prior; Revs. Vincent 
Collins, O.C.S.0.; Francis Dougherty, 0.C.S.0.; Ed- 
mund Flynn, O.C.S.O., Vocational Director; Andrew 
Gries, O.C.S.0., Novice Master; William O’Connor, 
0.C.S.0.; William Persia, C.S.C. (Postulant); Rich- 
ard Strelecki, O.C.S.O. (Oblate); Stephen Usinowicz, 
0.C.S.0., Guest Master. Total in Community 29 of 
whom 6 are on Leave of Absence. Of the 23 resident: 
10 are Priests; 9 Solemnly Professed Non-Priest 
Monks; 1 Non-Priest Oblate; 1 in Temporary Com- 
mitment; 2 Novices. 

Boston. Portiuncula Friary, Rt. 1, Box 39B, 22713. ¢ 
987-8022. A House of Prayer and Contemplation. 
Revs. Ronald J. Mohnickey, T.O.R., Superior; 
Augustine Donegan, T.O.R.; Aiden Mullaney, 
T.O.R.; Earl Jennings, T.O.R. 

WINCHESTER. Sacred Heart Monastery, Box 825, 22601. 
¢ 869-1599. Third Order Regular of St. Francis, 
Revs. Carl A. Szura, T.O.R., Supr. & Novice Master; 
Oliver Hebert, T.O.R., Dir. Franciscan Center for 
Spiritual Renewal; Mark L. Santucci, T.O.R. Pro- 
fessed Brothers 4; Novices 9. 


[J] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES 
FOR SISTERS 

ARLINGTON. Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary: 2807 
N. Glebe rd., 22207. ¢ 703-524-2500. Sister St. John 
Casey, R.S.H.M., Coordinator. Sisters 16. 

Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary: 
U. S. District House, 1710 N. Glebe rd., 22207. ¢ 
522-2155. Sister Renee Coeckelbergs, Coordinator. 
Sisters 4. 

Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace—Executive Residence, 
5601 Little Falls road, 22207. ¢ 536-4549. Sister Pa- 
tricia Lynch, C.S.J., Sister President. Sisters 4. 

Holy Cross Convent (Vietnamese Sisters). 807 S. 24th 
st., 22202. ¢ 683-7234. Sister Phuong, Supr. Sisters 
3. 

ALEXANDRIA. St. Gabriel’s Convent, 4319 Sano st., 

22312. 8 Poor Sisters of St. Joseph’s (Buenos Aires) 
Regional House and Novitiate. Novices 3; Postulant 
2. ¢ 354-0395. Mother Carmen Lamberti, P.S.S.J., 
Supr. 
“Mary Mother of the Church” Monastery of Poor 
Clare Nuns. 2505 Stone Hedge dr., 22306. ¢ 768- 
4918. Observing the Primitive Rule of St. Clare. Sol- 
emnly Professed 6; Novice 1; Postulant 1. 

Bristow. St. Benedict’s Convent, Motherhouse and 
Novitiate of Benedictine Sisters, 9535 Linton Hall 
rd., 22013. ¢ 361-0106.—Professed Sisters 66; Nov- 
ice 1: Sisters resident at Motherhouse, 43. Sister M. 
Ernestine Johann, O.S.B., Prioress. ¢ 368-4848. Rev. 
Blase Strittmatter, O.S.B., Chap. ¢ 368-3157. 

Fautits Cuurcu. “Vocation House’—Vocation Sisters’ 
Convent, 6611 South st., 22042. ¢ 241-0874. Sr 
Judith Robertson, V.S., Supr. Sisters 5. 

Maaniricat House. Our Lady’s Missionaries of the 
Euchrist (a pious union), 6419 Shady la., 22042. ¢ 
536-7967. Sr. Joan Noreen, O.L.M.E., Supr. Sisters 
2; Postulants 2. 

















ARLINGTON = ————______ 56 


McLean. “The Cenacle’, Religious of the Cenacle, 6618 
Melrose dr., 22101. ¢ 893-6967. Sr. Sadie Nesser, 
R.C., Supr. Sisters 2. 

Reston. Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa, 1413- 
11C Northgate sq., 22090. ¢ 437-4809. Sr. Pauline 
Gastonguay, Bursar. Sisters 2. 

WoopsripGe. Dominican Sisters Convent, 2655 Fal- 
mouth ct., 22192. ¢ 491-6452. Dominican Sisters— 
Congregation of St. Cecilia, Sr. Christine, O.P. Prin. 
and Supr. Sr. Philip Michael, O.P. 


[K] EDUCATION FOR RELIGIOUS 

Mippiepurc. Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Stu- 
dies in Religious Education, Rt. 1, Box 197. 22117. 
¢ 687-5461. Pontifical Catechetical Institute for 
Religious Sisters. Summer semester only. Rev. 
Msgr. Eugene Kevane (SC), Dir.; Rev. Cornelius O’- 
Brien, Asst. Dir. Staff: Sisters of Notre Dame 14; 
Students 82. 


{L] RETREAT HOUSES 

ARLINGTON. Missionhurst, 4651 N. 25th st., 22250. ¢ 
525-6557. Rev. Paul G. Wynants, C.I.C.M. 

ALEXANDRIA. Renewal, Rest, and Re-Creation, Inc— 
P.O. Box 3238, 22302. Rev. John F. Harvey, O.S.F.S. 
¢ (703) 578-0291 or 0390. Retreats for Priests and 
Brothers. 

BERRYVILLE. Retreat House, Holy Cross Abbey, Rt. 2, 
22611. ¢ 955-3124. 

McLEAN. Dominican Retreat, 7103 Old Dominion dr., 
22101. ¢ 356-4243. 8 Sisters of St. Dominic. Sister 
Mary Aimee, O.P., Coordinator. Accommodations 
for 40 persons. 

Wincuester. Franciscan Center for Spiritual Renewal, 
Rt. 642, P.O. Box 825. 22601. ¢ 869-1599. Franciscan 
Friars. Third Order Regular. Rev. Oliver J. Hebert, 
T.O.R., Director. 


[M] MISCELLANEOUS 

Diocesan Lay InstT1ITUTE—Miles Jesu—Rev. Alphonsus 
M. Duran, General Dir., 19125 Wayne dr., Triangle, 
22172. ¢ 703-221-8088. 

Men’s Community. Mr. Romeo Salcido, M.J., Dir., 
19125 Wayne dr., Triangle, 22172. ¢ 703-221-8088. 
Women’s Community. Mrs. Mary Hudock, M.J., Di- 
rectress, 19008 Barnette cl., Triangle, 22172. ¢ 703- 
221-4316. 

Mount TaBor House—A House of Prayer and Chris- 
tian Community, Rev. Arthur Verstraete, C.I.C.M., 
Dir., 2363 Hunter Mill rd., Vienna, 22180. ¢ 938- 
2564. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 

The number preceding the title of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section. where further informa- 
tion regarding the Community may be found. 

C.I.C.M. [72]—Congregation of the Immaculate Heart 
of Mary—Missionhurst, Arlington; Holy Spirit, An- 
nandale; Precious Blood, Culpeper; St. John’s 
Orange; St. Marks, Gordonsville; Mt. Tabor House, 
Vienna. 

C.M.F.[14]—Claretian Fathers (Eastern Prov.) Fairfax 


Bishi pg certrtenececstes-sscentaceugersr gureenrmne none aero 1 
NE SY GN Wh Bote feed sea aes Srareen Roo os ese as 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 70 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ............+.++ 5 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent. .............-.. 4 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 91 

Total Priests Ol) DIOCESE) t.teenscsnccerrsevnnae 170 
Priests from other diOCeseS ........::::se:ceeeeeee 10 
TTANSITION AVL CACONS 0 carers: tytusvaesurscantey-s ccessns 2 
Permanent DCaconSi ie seecccsccsterecaphecnersvseece 23 
TOtAIMRLOUTOTS f cercnsercsticiefusevncneneas ss anxarantae sah 19 
Total SISTETS Sea cccctecresuteasescxtvaoavesdarcarteemra acters 297 
Parish Ceie es cc iodees esate ns eaniveessteaony evteeaeeees 54 

With TeSident PAStOly).-..5:.ccrsecesvanceoseenees 53 

Non-resident Pastor «...:.2s.ccssccsesssersoses 1 
ASSSIOLIS Meee orcieee eit aasccnitecrcesesten omnes ssccueeten 5 
Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 39 

Total SeminarianS: Scscecacsvenssssacestwescaeaee 39 


Station: St. Mary’s. 

C.PP.S. [49]—Society of the Precious Blood (Cincinnati 
Prov.)—St. Anthony’s, Falls Church. 

CS.S. [67]—Stigmatine Fathers and Brothers—All 
Saints’, Manassas; Our Lady of Angels, Wood- 
bridge. 

C.S.Sp. [29]—Holy Ghost Fathers (Eastern Prov.)—Our 
Lady Queen of Peace, Arlington; St. Joseph, Hern- 
don. 

O.Carm. {11]—Carmelite Fathers—Denis J. O’Connell 
High School, Arlington. 

0.C.S.0. [16]—Cistercians of the Strict Observance 
(Trappists)—Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Cross, 
Berryville, Va. 

O.F.M.Cap. [10]—Capuchin Franciscan Friars (New 
Jersey Provine of the Stigmata)—St. Francis de 
Sales, Purcellville: St. John Bosco, Woodstock; St. 
James, Falls Church. 

O.F.M. [21]—Franciscan Fathers (Holy Name Prov.)— 
St. Francis of Assisi; Triangle. 

O.S.B. [7]—Benedictine Fathers—St. Benedict’s Con- 
vent, Bristow; Notre Dame Academy, Middleburg; 
Mount Tabor House, Vienna. 

O.S.FS. [61]—Obdlates of St. Francis de Sales— Bishop 
Ireton High School, Alexandria; Our Lady of Good 
Counsel, Vienna. Diocesan Office of Cathlic Educa- 
tion, Arlington; D.C. Reformatory, Lorton. 

S.A. [383]—Franciscian Fathers of the Atonement — 
Sterling, Christ the Redeemer. 

S.D.S. [19]—Society of the Divine Savior— Denis J. O’- 
Connell High School, Arlington. 

S.J. [30]—Society of Jesus—Denis J. O’Connell High 
School, Arlington; St. Bernadett’s. Springfield; St. 
Timothy’s. Chantilly. 

S.S.J. [54]—Josephite Fathers (Baltimore, Md.)—St. Jo- 
seph’s, Alexandria. 

S.T.[42]—Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity 
—St. Elizabeth, Colonial Beach; St. Francis de Sales, 
Kilmarnock; St. Paul, Hague. 

T.O.R. [24)—Third Order Regular of St. Francis (Sa- 
cred Heart Prov.)—Sacred Heart Novitiate; Fran- 
ciscan Center for Spiritual Renewal, Winchester; 
Boston: Portiuncula Friary. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 

[5]—Benedictine Sisters of Pontifical Jurisdiction (Bri- 
stow, Va.)—ScHoots—Arlington: St. Charles. 
Manassas: All Saints. InstrruTIoNs —Bristow: St. 
Benedict’s Convent, Motherhouse and Novitiate. 
Linton Hall Military Academy. 

[17]—Religious of the Cenacle, McLean: Convent. 

[43C]—Dominican Sisters—Congregation of St. Cecilia 
—Aquinas School, Woodbridge. 

[43C]—Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine De Ricci— 
InstiTUTION—McLean, Dominican Retreat House. 
Triangle, Christardom College (Congregation of the 
Most Holy Rosary; Woodbridge, Aquinas School 
(Congregation of St. Cecilia). 

[46]—Poor Clare Nuns. Alexandria, Mary, Mother of 
the Church Monastery. 

[115]—Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Cross— 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 








Colleges and Universities 1 
WOMEN alee. crs tease sweet ccastecseessss 850 
Total Stwaerts cecctescttercreaccncneceraaer on. the 850 

High Schools, Diocesan and Parochial... 2 
BOYS! cpeicesecenscossecssscessessezcencecvasesonosessszere 1,243 
GIES ee cto eceee ert heeecrsanceresnentcaen tates 867 
TOtal StUdeNts. atcereetertcevectentoceptecersenced 2,110 

High Schools, Private .....seseseseseesssseerseeees 2 
Girls yeh ee ot nantes 531 
Total Students 531 

Elementary Schools, Parochial .............-+++- 28 
Total SCUGen ts erst ctevscteeconstorasthns cent 8,825 

Elementary Schools, Private .......-:::-s:000+ 4 
BOYS oeoecesssesssssesesssencrstecesscncecssacsesssessneses 273 
Girl S ev ornia hearse 295 
Total Students 568 





Public School Pupils in Special 
Religious Instruction Classes 


¢ Area Code 703 unless otherwise indicated 





ARLINGTON 


Scuoot—Alexandria: St. Mary’s; Blessed Sacra- 
ment; Annandale, Holy Spirit. Instrrutlon—Alex- 
andria: St. Mary’s Academy. 

[154]—Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (Eastern 
North American Prov.)—Arlington: Marymount 
College of Virginia. 

[164]—Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary.—Scuoots—Arlington: Cathedral of St. 
Thomas More; Falls Church: St. James; Annandale, 
St. Michael’s. Instrrution—Arlington: Denis J. O’- 
Connell High School; Diocesan Office of Catholic 
Education. [169]—Sisters of Mercy of the Union in 
the U.S.A., Herndon: St. Joseph’s School. 

[171]—Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary—Arlington, Executive Residence. 

[173]—Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa, Reston: 
Residence. 

[184]— Sisters of the Precious Blood (Dayton, Ohio).— 
ScHoot—Falls Church: St. Anthony’s. 

[189]—Sisters of Notre Dame (Cleveland Province). — 
Arlington: St. Agnes, St. Ann’s; Diocesan Office of 
Education. Middleburg: Notre Dame Academy: 
Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Studies in Reli- 
gious Education. Warrenton: St. John’s: Winches- 
ter: Sacred Heart: McLean: St. John; Fairfax: St. 
Leo’s. 

[221]—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (Phila- 
delphia).—ScuHoor—Alexandria: St. Rita’s: Falls 
Church: St. Philip’s; Vienna: Our Lady of Good 
Counsel; Arlington: Diocesan Office of Catholic edu- 
cation. 

[224]—Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace—Executive Resi- 
dence, Arlington. 

[234]—Daughters of Wisdom.—ScuooLt—Springfield: 
St. Bernadette’s. InstiruTION—Fredericksburg: 
Montfort Academy: Mary Washington College 
(Campus Ministry.). Fairfax: Geo. Mason Universi- 
ty (Campus Ministry). 

[269]—Missionary Servants of St. Joseph (Madrid, 
Spain).— InstrruT1IoN—Falls Church: St. Joseph’s 
Nursery School. 

[308]—The Poor Sisters of St. Joseph—INsTITUTION — 
Alexandria. Regional House, St. Gabriels Day Care 
Center. 

[ ]—Sisters for Christian Community— Burke: Nativity 
Parish. 

[ ]}— Vietnamese Sisters of the Holy Cross— INSTITUTION 
—Arlington, Vietnamese Day Care Center. 

[ ]}_Vocation Sisters (Great Britain)—Diocesan Office 
of Vocations; “Vocation House,” Falls Church. 

[ }_Our Lady’s Missionaries of the Eucharist (A Pious 
Union) Falls Church: Magnificat House. 


DIOCESAN CEMETERIES 
Fairfax—Calvary Memorial Park. 


NECROLOGY 
+Malloy, Walter F., Middleburg, Va., St. Stephen 
Church.—Died Feb. 17, 1978. 
+Nudd, Robert L., Chantilly, Va., St. Timothy Church.— 
Died Aug. 7, 1978. 








High School Students 4,442 
Elementary Students 18,218 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 35,583 
Priests, Teaching (full time) 18 
Brothers, Teaching <<.:ccjict-<sesnstessseres 1 
Sisters, Teaching. | <..-ctt:cvens.vecgeteumene 162 
Paid Lay Teachers (.2..c.ccccssssseapeomvasneetiee cers 463 
Total Teachers in diocese .........::++ 644 
Infant Baptisms  «..c:,-.csess¢-cunsndsctutvarseeveestrese 3,393 
COnVELtS® }....cesedaesnc0tseo<eseaea mines Reraaeae rnin ra 304 
Total Baptisms 7.2:.<iccscceteteree tenet 3,697 
Marriages: Catholic. ........c.csscssasssueesssesesosnens 467 
Mixed 1.).5.1. ci). ceed sehen eae thede tee memantrat 655 
Total Marriagesie 2.:sccecveses-cseceetatteenseteses 1,122 
Deaths .csc.05.0200d ids egaackes ape rey 
Total Catholic Population .........:::::eseeee 160,481 
Total Population. .....:<.-..ciRsccsspetaeceneveseenes 1,317,500 








57 


Archdiocese of Atlanta 


(Archidioecesis Atlantensis) 





Most Reverend 
THOMAS A. DONNELLAN, D.D. 


Archbishop of Atlanta; ordained June 3, 1939; appoint- 

ed Bishop of Ogdensburg, Mar. 4, 1964; cons. Apr. 9, 

1964; appointed to Atlanta May 29, 1968; installed July 

16, 1968. Office: Catholic Center, 756 W. Peachtree st., 
N.W., Atlanta, Ga., 30308. 





ESTABLISHED July 2, 1956. Canonically erected Nov. 8, 
1956, created an Archdiocese Feb. 21, 1962. Square 
Miles 21,445. 


Comprises the 69 counties in the northern part of the 
State of Georgia, north of and including the following 
counties: Lincoln, McDuffie, Warren, Hancock, Bald- 
win, Putnam, Jasper, Monroe, Upson, Meriwether, and 
Troup, with a Total Population of 3,225,350. 


PATRONS OF THE ARCHDIOCESE: I. Our Blessed 


Lady under the title of the Immaculate Heart 
of Mary. II. Saint Pius X. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions, 
consult the Chancery Office. 





Former Bishop—Most Rev. Francis E. Hytanp, D.D., 
J.C.D.—Ordained June 11, 1927; appointed Titular 
Bishop of Gomphi and Auxiliary Bishop of Savan- 
nah-Atlanta Oct. 15, 1949: consecrated Dec. 21, 1949: 
First Bishop of Atlanta July 17, 1956; installed on 
Nov. 8, 1956; resigned and appointed Titular Bishop 
of Bisica Oct. 11, 1961. Died Jan. 31, 1968. Most Rev. 
Pau J. HALuinan, D.D. Ordained Feb. 20, 1937; 
appointed Bishop of Charleston Sept. 9, 1958; cons. 
Oct. 28, 1958; elevated to the Archiepiscopal dignity 
Feb. 21, 1962. Installed First Archbishop of Atlanta 
Mar. 29, 1962. Died Mar. 27, 1968. Most Rev. JosEPH 
L. BerNnarDIN, D.D.; ord. Apr. 26, 1952; appointed 
Auxiliary of Atlanta, Mar. 9, 1966; cons. Apr. 26, 
1966; appointed Gen. Secy. U.S.C.C., Apr. 5, 1968. 

Vicar General—Rev. Msgr. JoHN F. McDonouau, V.G. 
2699 Peachtree rd., N.E., 30305. ¢ 233-2145. 

Episcopal Vicar for Religious—Rev. Msgr. JoHN F. 
McDonouGu, 2699 Peachtree st., N.E., 30305. ¢ 233- 
2145. 


Archdiocesan Offices and Directors 
Catholic Center—Archdiocese of Atlanta 756 West 
Peachtree st., N.W., 30308. 
Chancery Office—¢ 881-6708. 
Chancellor—Rev. Msgr. Jerry E. Harpy. 
Vice-Chancellor—Rev. James A. MICELI. 
Department of Education—¢ 881-6643. 

Secretary for Education—Rev. Ricuarp A. KIERAN. 

Superintendent of Catholic Schools—Sr. VALENTINA 
SHERIDAN. 

Curriculum Consultant—Sr. Patricia GEARY. 

Catholic Education Endowment Fund—Rev. Ricu- 
ARD A. KIERAN. 

Office of Religious Education—¢ 881-6131. 

Director—Rev. JAMES F. KELLY. 

Family Ministry—Rev. James F. KELLy. 

Youth Ministry Consultants—Sr. JEAN MEIER, C.S.J.; 
Mr. RicHarp Ippouito. 

Adult Education Consultant—Sr. LORRAINE Masuc- 
ci, R.S.M. 

Elementary and Family Religious Education Con- 
sultant—Sr. Mary JANE STAPLETON, R.S.M. 

Rural Religious Education Family Life Team—Srs. 
KATHLEEN REGAN, C.S.J.; PATRICIA QUINN, C.S.J. 

Continuing Education in Ministry—Rev. JAMEs F. 
KELLy. 

Catholic Social Services, Inc—¢ 881-6571. 

Exec. Director—Rev. J. A. BoLtMrr, A.C.S.W. 

Clinical Services Division—Mary JuLia HoGan, Dir. 

Village of St. Joseph—Sr. CATHERINE LucIEN Mat- 
TER, C.S.J., Adm. ¢ 349-2400. 

Rural Social Services Division—Rt. 5 Old Atlanta 
hwy., Cumming, 30130. ¢ 887-1098. Sister JEAN 
Cassipy, Dir. 

Department of Communications—¢ 881-9732. 

Director—Rev. Msgr. Noe. C. BURTENSHAW. 

The Georgia Bulletin—Rev. Msgr. Nort C. BurTEN- 
SHAW, Editor; Mr. MiIcHAEL Mores, Associate Edi- 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF ATLANTA 
1—CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING, Fulton Co. Rev. 
Msgr. John F. McDonough, Adm.; Revs. Juan de la 
Cruz; John Fallon; James A. Miceli, In res., Revs. 
Louis Naughton; John J. O’Shea, Retired. 
Res., 2699 Peachtree rd., N.E., 30305. ¢ 233-2145. 
School—Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart. 52 Peach- 


tor. 

Radio and Television Apostolate—Rev. Msgr. Nor. 
C. BurtersHaw, Director. 

Metropolitan Tribunal—¢ 881-0774. 

Officialis—Rev. EpwarpD DILton, J.C.D. 

Vice Officialis—Rev. Vincent M. Mutvin, M.Ch.A. 

Defender of the Bond—Rev. STEPHEN T. CHURCH- 
WELL. 

Promoter of Justice—Rev. JAMES A. MICELI. 

Auditor—Revs. FREDERICK KIRCHNER, O.F.M.. 

Pro Synodal Judges— Rev. JosepH J. BELTRAN; Rev. 
Msgr. Nort C. BurTENSHAW; Revs. WALTER J. 
Donovan; THoMas A. Kenny; Rev. Msgr. R. Don- 
ALD KIgERAN; Rev. Msgr. JoHN F. McDonouGu; 
Revs. MicHaEL A. Morris; RicHARD B. Morrow; 
JOSEPH F. WARE. 

Notary—Mrs. CARMEL P. WuitTcoms; Sr. FRANCES 
Wuitman, G.N.S.H. 

Office of the Holy Chidhood—¢ 881-6131. 

Director—Rev. JAMES F. KELLY. 

Archdiocesan Pro-Life Action Committee —Rev. Ep- 
WARD J. DILLON, Director; Miss KATHRYN J. Buck- 
LEY, Coordinator ¢ 881-0956. 

Office of the Propagation of the Faith—¢ 881-6708. 

Director—Rev. JAMES A. MICELI. 

Natural Family Planning Office—Rev. Epwarp J. 
Ditton, Dir., Mary ELLEN HuGHEs, Coord. ¢ 881- 
1411. 

Emergency Pregnancy Referral Service—Rev. Ep- 
WARD J. DILLon, Dir.; Mary ELLEN HuGues, Coord. 
¢ 881-1411. 

Office of Vocation Director—¢ 394-3896. 

Directors—Rev. Msgr. Patrick J. OcoNnnor, Irish; 
Rev. Ricuarp J. Lopez, American 717] Glenridge 
dr. N.E., 30328. 


Other Archdiocesan Offices 

ACCW—Rev. Msgr. JOHN F. McDonouau, 2699 Peach- 
tree st., N.E., 30305. ¢ 233-2145. 

Apostleship of Prayer—Rev. Msgr. R. DoNALD KIER- 
NAN, Dir., 7171 Glenridge dr., N.E., Atlanta, 30328. 
¢ 394-3896. 

Boy Scouts—Rev. JOHN C. K1ERAN, 591 Flint River rd., 
Jonesboro, 30236. 

Cana Conferences—Rev. JAMES F. KeELiy, 756 W. 
Peachtree st., N.W., 30308. ¢ 881-6131. 

Consultors—Rev. Msgrs. JoHN F. McDonouGuH; Noe. 
C. BURTENSHAW; Revs. Raymond E. Horan; Richard 
A. Kieran; Michael A. Morris; Richard B. Morrow; 
Daniel J. O’Connor; Michael A. Woods; Rev. Msar. 
Jerry E. Hardy, Src 

Office for the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Atlan- 
ta, Rev. Paut W. Berny, Archbishop’s Liaison. 100 
Pinehurst In., S.E., 30067. ¢ 973-0038. 

Movement, Rev. Ricuarp A. Kieran, 756 W. Peachtree 
st., N.W., 30308. ¢ 881-6646. 

Deans—Northeast Metro Deanery: Rev. Pau Focar- 
ty; Northwest Metro Deanery: Rev. DaNiEt J. O’- 
Connor; South Metro Deanery: Rev Henry C. 


tree Way. Sister Jean Listen, Supr. 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 23; Pupils 422. 
Chapel—Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart. 

2—ALL Saints CATHOLIC CHURCH, DeKalb Co., Revs. 
Joseph Beltran; Stanley D. Idziak, S.A.C.. 2332 San- 
dell dr., Dunwoody, 30338. ¢ 393-3255. 

3—Hoty Cross, DeKalb Co., Revs. Mark Geary, O.P.; J. 


¢ Area Code 404 unless otherwise indicated 


Gracz; Northeast Rural Deanery: Rev. Epwarp O’- 
Connor; Northwest Rural Deanery: Rev. Patrick 
F. MuLHERN; South Rural Deanery: Rev. JoHn P. 
LERHINAN, C.SS.R. 

Georgia Catholic Conference—CHEATHAM E. Hopces, 
Exec. Secy., 206 Seventh st., Augusta, 30902. 

Campus Ministry—Rev. RicHarp A. Kieran. 756 W. 
Peachtree st., N.W., 30308. ¢ 881-6643. 

Senate of Priests—Rev. Josepu C. CAVALLO, Pres., 1753 
N. Decatur rd. N.E., 30307. ¢ 636-7237. 

Senate of Sisters—Sister MARY FRANCES Bruns, 756 W. 
Peachtree st., N.W., 30308. ¢ 881-6571. 


Archdiocesan Councils, Boards, 


Commissions, and Committees 

Councils— 

Pastoral: Chairman—Vacant. Priest Secretary— 
Rev. Msgr. Jerry Harpy, 756 Peachtree, N.W., 
30308. ¢ 881-6708. 

Finance—Chairman—Mr. Wo. C. Crawrorp, P.O. 
Box 1702, 30301. Priest Secretary—Rev. Msgr. JER- 
rY E. Harpy, 756 West Peachtree, N.W., 30308. ¢ 
881-6708. 

Boards— 

Clergy Personnel Board—Rev. Louis NAUGHTON, 
Chairman, 2699 Peachtree rd., N.E., 30305. ¢ 233- 
2145. 

Eduction—Chairperson—Mr. RoBERT ZIMMER, 2671 
Galahad dr., N.E., 30345. Priest Secy—Rev. Ricu- 
aRD A. KIERAN, Secy, for Education, 756 West 
Peachtree, N.W., 30308. ¢ 881-6643. 

Social Services—Chairman—Mr. Stuart A. CusHIN, 
Jr. 615 Peachtree st., N.E., Suite 900, Atlanta, 
30308. Exec. Dir., Rev. Jacos B. BottMer. Catholic 
Social Services, 756 West Peachtree, N.W., 30308. ¢ 
881-6571. 

Retirement Board—Rev. Msgr. Nort C. Burten- 
SHAW, Chairman, 756 W. Peachtree st., N. W., 30308. 
¢ 881-9732. 

Commissions— 

Liturgical Liturgical Chairperson—Vacant. Priest 
Secretary—Rev. Louis NAUGHTON, 2699 Peachtree 
rd., N.E., 30305. ¢ 233-2145. 

Property. Chairman—Mr. Harry L. CasuIn, JR., 1045 
Hurt Bldg., 30303. ¢ 522-7360. Priest Secretary— 
Rev. Jerry FE. Harpy, 756 West Peachtree, N.W., 
30308. ¢ 881-6708. 

Religious Unity. Vacant. Priest Secy—Rev. JOHN J. 
Mutroy, 100 Pinehurst In. S.E., Marietta, 30067. ¢ 
973-0038. 

Building. Chairman—Mr. ANDREW J. GRAVINO, 238 
15th st., N.E., 30305. ¢ 524-8652. Priest Secretary— 
Rev. Msgr. JERRY Harpy, 756 West Peachtree, N. W., 
30308. ¢ 881-6708. 

Committees 

Archdiocesan Committee for Spanish Speaking 
Apostolate—Priest Secy.—Rev. RicHarp A. KIER- 
AN, 756 W. Peachtree st., N.W. 30308. ¢ 881-6643. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Peter Gerhard, O.P.; Michael A. Ciccone, O.P. In 
res., Rev. Jeremy E. Miller, O-.P. 
Res., 3175 Hathaway ct., 30341. ¢ 939-3501. 
CCD School—¢ 934-5757. 

4—Hoty Spirit, Fulton Co., Revs. E. Peter Ludden; Mi- 
chael P. Hogan. In res., Rev. Michael McKeever. 
Church & Res., 4449 Northside dr., N.W., 30327. ¢ 














ATLANTA ——————-__ 58 

252-4513. CUMMING 

CCD School—Mrs. Ruth H. Maguire. 18—Goop SHEPHERD, Forsyth Co., Rev. Alan M. Dill- 
5—SHRINE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Revs. mann. 


Frederick G. Kirchner, O.F.M.; James A. Jones, 
O.F.M.; Bro. Alan J. Thomas, O.F.M., Chap. Ga. 
State Univ. 
Res., 48 Martin Luther King, Jr., dr., S.W., 30303. ¢ 
521-1866. 

6—ImMMACULATE Heart oF Mary, DeKalb Co., Rev. 
Msgr. R. Donald Kierman; Revs. Hugh M. Marren, 
Jorge H. Cristancho; Joseph L. Peacock. 
Res., 2855 Briarcliff rd., N.E., 30329. ¢ 636-1418. 
School —Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, Sister 
Kathleen Purser, G.N.S.H., Prin. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 18; Pupils 464. 
Convent—2801 Briarcliff rd., N.E. 

7—BLESSED SACRAMENT, Rev. James J. Noonan, M.S. In 
res., Rev. Joseph J. Baxer, M.S. 
3340 Stone rd., S.W., 30331, P.O. Box 41225. ¢ 349- 
6756. 
Rectory—1926 Austin rd., S.W. ¢ 349-0176. 
Mission—St. Matthew’s, P.O. Box 151 Fairburn, 
30213. 

8—Our LApy oF THE AssuMmPTION, DeKalb Co., Revs. 
William F. Seli, S.M.; John Hanf, S.M.; Fortune M. 
Frenoy, S.M. 
Res., 1406 Hearst dr., N.E., 30319. ¢ 261-7181. 
School—Sisters of Mercy; Ursuline Sisters. 1460 
Hearst dr., N.E., Atlanta, Ga., 30319. 
Convent School. Sister Mary Virginia, O.S.U., Prin. 
Sisters 4. 
Chapels—Sisters of Mercy Convent, Marist School 
Chapel. 

9—Our Lapy or Lourpgs, Rev. Msgr. Noel C. Burten- 
shaw, In res., Rev. Terry W. Young. 
Res., 25 Boulevard, N.E., P.O. Box 89126, 30312. ¢ 
522-6776. 
School—Sister Margaret McAnoy. I.H.M., Prin. 29 
Boulevard, N.E. ¢ 522-0877. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 10; Pupils 273. 

10—Sacrep Heart oF Jesus, Fulton Co., Revs. Michael 
A. Morris; John A. Ozarowski; Thomas Roshetko, 
S.M.; Raimundo Solano, O.F.M. In res., Revs. Rich- 
ard A. Kieran; Vincent M. Mulvin. 
Res., 353 Peachtree st., N.E., 30308. ¢ 522-6800. 

11—Sr. ANTHONY’s, Revs. John S. Adamski; Mauro 
Mourlot. In res., Revs. James F. Kelly; Stephen T. 
Churchwell. 
Res., 928 Gordon st. S.W., 30310. ¢ 758-8861. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, 953 
Gordon st., S.W., 30310. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 8; Pupils 267. 
Chapel—Sisters of St. Joseph. 

12—Sr. Jupg, Fulton Co., Revs. Richard B. Morrow; 
John C. Kelley; Richard J. Lopez; Edward J. Dillon, 
J.C.L. Rev. Mr. Dominic Young, Deacon, Rev. Msgr. 
Michael Manning, Retired. 
Res., 7171 Glenridge dr. N.E., 30328. ¢ 394-3896. 
School—St. Jude, 7171 Glenridge dr., N.E. Grey 
Nuns of the Sacred Heart, Sister Mary Margaret 
O’Hara, G.N.S.H., Prin. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 17; Pupils 472. 
CCD School— 

13—Sr. PAUL oF THE Cross, Fulton Co., Revs. Colman 
Haggerty, C.P.; Alphonsus Coen, C.P. 
Res., 551 Harwell rd. N.W., 30318. ¢ 696-6704. 
School—551 Harwell rd., N.W., 30318. Sisters of St. 
Joseph of Baden (Baden, Pa.). Sister Paula Drass, 
Prin. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 7; Pupils 232. 


METROPOLITAN ATLANTA 


ACWORTH 
14—CHURCH OF THE TRANSFIGURATION, Cobb Co., Rev. 
Raymond F. Horan. 
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 469 Acworth 30101. ¢ 
974-2304. Temp. location of Church: Cantor Corners 
Shopping Center, Hwy. No. 5 & Blackwell rd., Ma- 
rietta. ¢ 422-9200. 


ALPHARETTA 
15—Sr. THomas Aqurnas, Revs. Daniel J. O’Connor; 
Daniel McCormick. 
Res., 535 Rucker rd., 30201. ¢ 475-4501. 


CONYERS 
16—Sr. Prius X CaTHotic CHuRCH, 2621 Hwy. 20, S.E., 
Conyers, 30207. Rev. Paul Fogarty. 
Res., 1046 Waterside dr., 30207. ¢ 483-3660. 


COVINGTON 
17—Sr. AuGustTINE CuurRcH, Newton County, Rev. Pat- 
rick J. Padden. 
Res., 9124 Settlers’ Grove, P.O. Box 826, Highway 
278 at Deerfield rd., 30209. ¢ 784-0685. 
Mission—St. James, Madison. 


Res., Rte. 8 Buford Dam rd., Cumming, 30130. ¢ 
887-3598. Mailing: P.O. Box 591 Buford, 30518. 
Missions—Buford, Prince of Peace, Gwinnett Co. ¢ 
945-2244. 


DECATUR 

19—Srts. Perer AND PAUL, Revs. Henry C. Gracz; John 
R. Henley; Patrick A. Bishop. Res,, 2372 Collier dr., 
30032. ¢ 241-5862. 
Sr. Jean Booms, I.H.M., Pastoral Asst. & Asst. 
Youth Minister. Mrs. Dolores Waters, Pastoral Asst. 
& Asst. Youth Minister. 
School—Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary, 2560 Tilson rd., 30032. Sister Ursula Marie, 
Prin. 
Sisters 7; Lay teachers 14; Pupils 442. 

20—Sr. THomas More, DeKalb Co., Revs. Walter J. 
Donovan. In res., Rev. Msgr. P. J. O’Connor; Revs. 
Walter W. Foley; Benito Sah, O.S.B., (Korean & 
Japanese Apostalate); Denis Dullea. 
Res., 624 W. Ponce de Leon ave., P.O. Drawer 1549, 
30031. ¢ 378-4588. 
School—Sisters Notre Dame de Namur. Sr. Marga- 
ret Mary McKeon, S.N.D., Prin. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 14; Pupils 300. 
Res., 636 W. Ponce de Leon ave. ¢ 378-6119. 


HAPEVILLE 

21—Sr. JoHN THE EVANGELIST, Revs. Michael A. Woods; 
Steven L. Yander; John C. Druding. 
Res., 3370 Sunset ave., 30354. ¢ 768-5647. 
Missions—Ft. Gillem. 
School—Sisters of Mercy. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 302. 
Convent—St. John Evangelist, 240 Arnold st., Hape- 
ville, Ga., 30354. 


JONESBORO 
22—Sr. Puitip Beniz1, Revs. John C. Kieran; Stephen E. 
Naas. 
Res., 591 Flint River rd., 30236. ¢ 478-0178. 
CCD School—¢ 47'881. 


LAWRENCEVILLE 

23—Sr. LawreENcE, Revs. Francis 
M.S.F.S.; Joseph Thevenet, M.S.F.S. 
Res., 109 Johnson rd., 30245. ¢ 963-3774. 


LILBURN 
24—St. JoHN NEUMANN, Rev. Paul Reynolds. 
Res., 3853 Iveyla., 30242. ¢ 923-0862. 


LITHIA SPRINGS 
25—St. JoHN VIANNEY, Rev. James J. Fennessy, Mail- 
ing address, 1920 Skyview dr., 30057. ¢ 941-2807. 


MARIETTA 
26—Ho ty Famity, Cobb Co., Revs. John J. Mulroy; Mi- 
chael J. Redden; Paul W. Berny. 
Res., 100 Pinehurst In., S.E., 30067. ¢ 973-0038. 
CCD School—¢ 973-7400. 
27—CHuRCH OF St. ANN, Cobb Co., Rev. Thomas J. Car- 
roll, M.S.; Brother Peter Collins, M.S. 
Res., 3803 Vineyard ct., N.E., 30062. ¢ 977-2929. 
28—Sr. JosEPu, Revs. John J. Moore, S.M.; Leonard P. 
Kellermann, S.M.; John F. Beckley, S.M. 
Res., 87 Lacy st., N.W., 30060. ¢ 422-5633. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. 
Sisters 4; Lay teachers 16; Pupils 411. 
Res., 555 Sugar Hill st. 
Chapels—Dobbins Air Force Base; St. Joseph Con- 
vent. 


L. Hamilton, 


NORCROSS 
29—Saint Parrick’s, Gwinnett Co., Revs. Joseph Mee- 
han, M.S.F.S.; Kenneth W. Bayer, M.S.F.S. 
Res., Box 672, 30071. ¢ 448-2028. 
CCD School—Coordinator. ¢ 448-6386. 


SMYRNA 
30—Sr. THOMAS THE AposTLE, Revs. Robert E. Dyer, 
M.S.; Timothy J. Randall, M.S. 
Res., 4300 King Springs rd., 30080. ¢ 432-8579. 
Convent—St. Thomas, 4211 King Springs rd., 30080. 
¢ 435-2876. Sisters of Humility of Mary. Sisters 
Mary Ann Warner, H.M.; Linda Valasik, H.M. 


SNELLVILLE 
31—Sr. OLiver PLUNKETT, Gwinett Co., Rev. Terrence 
A. Kane. 
Res., 1318 Summit Chase dr., 30278 Address, P.O. 
Box 30278 ¢ 979-0318. 


STONE MOUNTAIN 
32—Corpus Curist1, Revs. Thomas Kenny; Frank J. 
Giusta; Noel Neary; John P. Walsh. 
Res., 600 Mountain View drive, Stone Mtn., 30083. 
¢ 469-0395. 


C Area Code 404 unless otherwise indicated 





ATLANTA 


OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN ATLANTA 

Athens. Clarke Co., St. Joseph’s, 134 Prince ave., 30601. 
Revs. William E. Calhoun; Peter A. Dora. 

Res., 134 Prince ave., 30601. ¢ 548-6332. 
School—Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary. Sister Judith Ann, I.H.M., Prin. 

Sisters 5; Pupils 242. 

CCD School— 

Chapels—St. Mary’s Hospital, Catholic Student 
Center, University of Georgia. 

Carrollton, Carroll Co., Church of Our Lady of Perpetu- 
al Help, Rev. Msgr. Michael J. Regan. 

Res., Center Point rd., Rt. 5, Box 100, 30117. ¢ 832- 
8977. 
Mission—West Georgia College. 

Cartersville, St. Francis of Assisi, Rev. Philibert J. O’- 
Hara, M.S.; Stephen G. Dressell, M.S. 

Res., 32 St. Francis pl., 30120. ¢ 382-4549. 
Missions—Calhoun, St. Clements; Canton, Our 
Lady of La Salette. 

Cedartown. Polk Co., St. Bernadette’s, Rev. Leo P. Her- 
bert. 

Res., 101 S. College st., 30125. ¢ 748-1517. 

Clarkesville, Habersham Co., St. Mark’s, Rev. Gerald 
Peterson, Glmy, P.O. Box 706, 30523. ¢ 754-4518. 
Convent—St. Mark’s, P.O. Box 476, Demorest, Ga., 
30535. Sister Catherine Concannon, S.S.N.D. 
Mission—St. Helena’s, Clayton, Ga., 30525. 
Station—Georgia Industrial Institute, 
Georgia. 

Dahlonega, Lumpkin Co., St. Luke’s, 30533. Rev. John 
Zeitler, Glmy. 

Res., 301 Hawkins st., 30533. ¢ 864-2568. 
Mission—St. Paul the Apostle Church: Cleveland, 
Ga., Box 516. ¢ 865-4474. Sr. Joan Meyer, O.S.F., 
Pastoral Asst. 

Mission: St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Community 
c/o Sr. Lene Rubly, O.S.F., Pastoral Asst. 
Station—U. S. Ranger Camp, Dahlonega. 

Dalton, Whitfield Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. J. Douglas Ed- 
wards. 

Res., 623 S. Thornton ave., 30720. ¢ 278-3107. 
Missions—Blue Ridge, St. Anthony’s. 

Fort Oglethorpe, Catoosa Co., St. Gerard’s, 309 Barn- 
hardt Circle, 30742. ¢ 861-9410. Revs. Raymond 
Schantz, C.SS.R.; John Jerlinski, C.SS.R. 
Mission—Our Lady of the Mount, Lookout Moun- 
tain, Ga. Rev. Gerald Whelan, C.SS.R., Priest-in- 
Charge. 

Station—St. Jude’s, LaFayette, Ga. Rev. John Jer- 
linski, C.SS.R., Priest-in-Charge. 

Gainesville, Hall Co., St. Michael’s, Rev. Edward O’Con- 
nor, V.F. Pearce Circle, P.O. Box 593, 30501. ¢ 1-534- 
3338. 

Griffin. Spalding Co., Sacred Heart Church, Revs. 
James McGonagle, C.SS.R.; Vincent Douglass, 
C.SS.R; Joseph Majewski, C.SS.R. 

Res., 1323 MacArthur dr., 30223. ¢ 227-2378. 
CCD School 

Chapels—Redemptorist Fathers Res. 

Missions —Thomaston: St. John the Baptist; Jack- 
son; St. Mary’s; McDonough, St. James. 
Stations—Barnesville; Forsyth. 

LaGrange, Troup Co., St. Peter’s, Rev. Joseph F. Ware. 
Res., 204 Battle st., 30240. ¢ 884-4224. 
Missions—Warm Springs Foundation, Manchester. 
(St. Elizabeth Seton). 

Milledgeville, Baldwin Co., Sacred Heart of Jesus, Rev. 
Joseph Drohan. 

Res., 110 N. Jefferson st. P.O. Box 754, 31061. ¢ 
912-452-2421. 

Chapel—Central State Hospital, Rev. Olivio C. No- 
vario (Erie), Chaplain. ¢ 912-453-5001. 

Monroe, Walton Co., St. Anna’s, Rev. Edward A.J. Dan- 
neker. 

Res., 836 East Spring st., 30655. ¢ '67-7637. 
Missions—St. Matthews, Winder. 

Newnan, Coweta Co., St. George’s Church, Rev. John P. 
Lerhinan, C.SS.R., V.F. 

Res., Box 1923, Roscoe rd., 30264. 

Peachtree City, Fayette Co., Holy Trinity Catholic 
Church, Rev. James H. Sexstone, Hwy. 54 East, P.O. 
Box 2121, 30269. ¢ 487-7672. 

Rome, Floyd Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. Patrick F. Mulhern; 
James F. Atkins. 

Res., 911 N. Broad st., 30161. ¢ 295-7014. 
School—401 E. 7th st. ¢ 234-4953. Daughters of 
Charity (Emmitsburg, Md.). Sr. Miriam, Prin. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 248. 
Convent—405 E. 7th st. 

Toccoa, Stephens Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Patrick J. McCor- 
mick. 

Res., Route No. 5, Rothell rd., 30577. ¢ 886-2819. 
Mission—Hartwell: Hart Co., Sacred Heart, Route 
No. 3, Benson st., 30643. ¢ 376-4112. 

Washington, Wilkes Co., P.O. Box 632, St. Joseph’s, 
Revs. Edward L. Randall, O.M.I.; Thomas J. Scan- 
lon, O.M.I. 

Res., St. Joseph’s Rectory, 30673. ¢ 678-2110. 


Alto, 











ATLANTA 


Missions—Elberton: St. Mary’s; Sharon: Purifica- 
tion: Thomson: Queen of Angels. Oblate Fathers. 
[CEM] 


Chaplains: U. S. Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga.: Rev. 
Timothy J. Ondahl (NU), 601 McDonough blvd., S.E., 
30315; 
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cancer Home: Rev. 
Patrick C. Connell (ROC), 760 Washington st., S.W., 
30315; Milledgeville State Hospital, P.O. Box 325; 
Rev. 
Olivio C. Novario (E); Fort McPherson, Ga., 30330: 
Rev. (Col) 
Robert J. Ennis (BRK); (Major) Philip F. Thoni 
(NSH). 


On Duty Outside the Diocese: Revs. 
James F. Scherer; 


[A] SEMINARIES, RELIGIOUS, OR 
SCHOLASTICATES 

Conyers. Monastery of the Holy Ghost Inc., Seminary 
and Scholasticate, 30207—Rt. Rev. Augustine 
Moore, O.C.S.0., Rector; Rev. Cyprian Carew, 
S.T.L., Dean of Studies; Rev. Edmund Brand, 
O.C.S.0., Master of Students; Rev. Manuel Ro- 
driquez, O.C.R., Librarian. Priests 25; Brothers 33; 
Novices 2. 


[B] HIGH SCHOOLS, DIOCESAN 

Atianta. St. Pius X Catholic High School (Co-Educa- 
tional), 2674 Johnson rd. N.E., 30345. ¢ 634-2437.— 
Rev. Terry W. Young, Prin. Grey Nuns of the Sacred 
Heart 2; Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur 2; Sisters 
of St. Joseph 3; Humility of Mary Sisters 2; Order of 
St. Benedict 1; Priests 1; Sisters 10; Lay teachers 47; 
Boys 395; Girls 435. 


[C] HIGH SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 

Attanta. Marist School, Box 10047, 3790 Ashford- Dun- 
woody, N.E., 30319. ¢ 457-7201—College Prepara- 
tory School conducted by the Marist Fathers. 
(Corporate title: Marist Society of Georgia). Revs. 
Donald A. Romito, S.M., Supr.; Thomas Gilroy, 
S.M., Vice Supr.; Raymond Carr, S.M.; Lawrence 
Schmuhl, S.M., Business Manager; James L. Hart- 
nett, S.M., Principal; Charles Brogley, S.M.; Joseph 
Caffrey, S.M.; James M. Cummings, S.M.; Francis J. 
Kissel, S.M.; Andrew G. McCormask, S.M.; James F. 
McGoldrick, S.M.; Patrick Mallinson, S.M.; Ralph 
Olek, S.M.; Priests 11; Brother 1; Lay teachers 45; 
Boys 550; Girls 273. 


[D] RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT CENTER 
AND DAY SCHOOL 
Atianta. Village of St. Joseph, 2969 Butner rd., S.W., 
30331. Sister Catherine Lucien, Matter Adm.; Rev. 
J. A. Bollmer, Chap. Sisters of St. Joseph of Ca- 
rondelet 9; Lay teachers 2; Boys 39; Girls 13. 


[E] GENERAL HOSPITALS 

Atianta. St. Joseph’s Hospital, 5665 Peachtree Dun- 
woody, N.W., 30342. ¢ 256-7120—12 Sisters of 
Mercy of the Union (Baltimore Province). Charles 
Burge, Administrator; Sr. M. Madeline Roddenber- 
ry, R.S.M., Community Coordinator., Other Sister 
Personnel 10; R.N. Nurses 185; Beds 300; Patients 
treated during last year: In 5,202; Out 15,128. 

ATHENS. St. Mary’s Hospital, 1230 Baxter st., 30606. ¢ 
548-7581.—Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus 11. Mr. Edward J. Fechtel, Adminis- 
trator; Sister M. Antonette, Supr. Nursing Sister 2; 
Other Sister Personnel 8; Nurses 85; Beds 139; Pa- 
tients In 8,654; Out 40,496. 


[F] Special Hospital 

AtLantA. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Home, 760 Wash- 
ington st. S.W., 30315. ¢ 688-9515. —Sisters of St. 
Dominic 11. (Legal title: Servants of Relief for In- 
curable Cancer). (Nursing Home for Free Care of 
Cancer Patients). Sister M. de Porres, O.P., Supr. 
Bed capacity 54; Patients treated during year 305. 
Res. Chap.: Rev. Patrick C. Connell, (ROC). 


[G] MONASTERIES AND RESIDENCES 
OF PRIESTS 
Conyers. The Monastery of the Holy Ghost, Inc. (1944), 
3780 Hwy. 212 S.W., Conyers, 30207. ¢ 483-8705 and 
483-4748.—Rt. Rev. Augustine Moore, O.C.S.O., Ab- 
bot; Very Rev. Matthew Torpey, O.C.S.O., Prior; 
Revs. Manuel Rodriguez, O.C.S.O., Sub-Prior; Ma- 
lachy Corley, O.C.S.0.; Rev. Damian Turk, O.C.S.0., 
Procurators; Revs. Clarence Biggers, O.C.S.0.; Paul 
Bourne, O.C.S.0.; Edmund Brand, O.C.S.O.; Marcel 
Breth, O.C.S.0.; Cyprian Carew, O.C.S.0.; Philip 
Dehner, O.C.S.0.; Anthony Delisi, 0.C.S.0.; Coren- 
tine Finnegan, O.C.S.0O.; Jerome Hickey, 0.C.S.0.; 
Stanley Hrapek, O.C.S.0.; Francis X. Kavanagh, 
0.C.S.0.; Luke Kot, O.C.S.0.; Michael Lavin, 





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William C. Hoffman; 
Robert L. Kinast; 
Liam Tuffy; 

Gerald D. McBrearity; 
Anthony T. Curran. 


Leave of Absence: Revs. 
John Lawrence; 
David L. Patterson; 
Matthew Kemp; 
Joseph Sanches. 


Retired: 
Reverend Monsignors— 
Cassidy, Joseph G., Spanish Villa, Apt. 131, 10611 
Abercorn Exp., Savannah, Ga., 31406. 
Manning, Michael, St. Jude Church, 7171 Glenridge 
dr., N.E., Atlanta, 30328. 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE ARCHDIOCESE 


0.C.S.0.; Robert Pearson, O.C.S.0.; Eduardo Ro- 
driguez, O.C.S.0.; Thomas Skonny, O.C.S.0.; Law- 
rence Swartz, O.C.S.0.; Methodius Telnack, 
O.C.S.0.; Joachim Tierney, O.C.S.O.; Joseph Tynan, 
0.C.S.0. Absent Revs. John Kelley, O.C.S.0.,—St. 
Jude’s, Atlanta; George J. Evans, O.C.S.0., V.A. 
Hospital, Kerrville, Tex.; Kenneth Gilly, 0.C.S.0., 
U.S. Army; Anthony V. Rodriques, O.C.S.O., U.S. 
Army; Thomas Smith, O.C.S.O. (Nigeria); Peter V. 
Assad, O.C.S.0., (Monastery) I[lollo, Philippines. 
Priests 25; Professed Brothers 33; Novices 2. 


[H] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES OF 
SISTERS 
AtLanta. Monastery of the Visitation, 2055 Ridgedale 
dr., Snellville, 30278. ¢ 972-1060.—Sister Maria 
Charitas Batista, Supr. Professed Sisters 11; Out- 
Sister 1; Postulants 1. 


[I] RETREAT HOUSE 
ATLANTA. Jgnatius House, 6700 Riverside dr., N.W., 
30328. ¢ 225-0503.—Revs. John F. Schroder, S.J., 
Dir.; James D. Carroll, S.J. & Harry P. Heiter, S.J., 
Assoc. Dirs. 


[J] NEWMAN CENTERS 

ATLanta. Atlanta University, St. Anthony’s, c/o Rev. 
John A. Adamski, Catholic Center, 179 Raymond 
st., S.W., 30314. ¢ 525-1082. 

Emory University, Agnes Scott, Rev. Joseph C. Caval- 
lo, 1753 N. Decatur rd., N.E., Atlanta, 30307. ¢ 636- 
7237. 

Georgia State University, Rev. Brother Alan J. 
Thomas, O.F.M., 48 Martin Luther King Jr. dr., 
S.W. ¢ 521-1866. 

Georgia Institute of Tech. Rev. Mario Di 
O.F.M., 176 5th st., N.W., 30313. ¢ 892-6759. 

Mercer College, Rev. Michael A. Ciccone, O.P., Res. 
1375 Hathaway ct., N.E., 30341. ¢ 939-3501. 

Oglethorpe Univ., Rev. Fortune Frenoy, S.M., Our 
Lady of Assumption, Atlanta 30319. ¢ 261-7181. 

ATHENS. Catholic Student Center, Univ. of Georgia. Res. 
Chaps. Revs. Joseph Holohan, O.F.M.; Eric T. Car- 
pine, O.F.M. Res., 1344 S. Lumpkin st., 30601. ¢ 
543-2293. 

CARROLLTON. West Georgia College, Rev. Msgr. Michael 
Regan, Center Point rd., Route No. 5, Box 100, 
30117. ¢ 832-8977. 

DaHLoNnEGA. North Georgia State, Rev. John Zeitler, 
Glmy, Hawkins st., R.R. No. 2, 30533. ¢ 864-2568. 

GAINESVILLE. Brenau College, Rev. Edward O’Connor. 
Res., 800 Spring st., S.E., Box 593, 30501. ¢ 1-536- 
1603. 

La Grance. La Grange Jr. College, Rev. Joseph F. 
Ware, 204 Battle st., 30240. ¢ 884-4224. 

MILLEDGEVILLE. Georgia College, Rev. Joseph W. Dro- 
han. Res., 110 N. Jefferson st., 31061. ¢ 912-452- 
2421. 

Rome. Berry College; Shorter College, Rev. James F. 
Atkins, St. Mary’s Church, 911 North Broad st., 
Rome, 30161. 


Lella, 


[K] MISCELLANEOUS LISTINGS 


ATLANTA. Atlanta Particular Council, Society of St. Vin- 


cent de Paul, Joseph B. Flanagan, Executive Sec., 
304 Parkway dr., N.E., P.O. Box 54201. Atlanta, 
30308. ¢ 523-1541. Clinic for Elderly, Elementary 
Tutorial Program, Pre-School ¢ 876-4796. Day Care 
Center ¢ 876-0886. Students 40. 

NeEwnaNn. Glenmary Southern Regional Office, Rev. Jo- 
seph O’Donnell, Dir., 5 LaGrange st., P.O. Box 912, 
30264. ¢ 251-0799. Field Representative in South- 
ern Baptist-Catholic Relations for B.C.E.I.A.; Sup- 
port Systems, Center for Deep South Small-Town 
Parishes. 


¢ Area Code 404 unless otherwise indicated 





ATLANTA 


O’Connor, Patrick T., St. Thomas More Rectory, P.O. 
Drawer 1549, 624 W. Ponce de Leon ave., Decatur, 
30031. 

Reverend Fathers— 

McKeever, Michael J., 4449 Northside dr., 30327. 
O’Shea, John J. Cathedral of Christ the King, Atlan- 
ta. 


Permanent Deacons: 
Angelich, George D.; 
Bedard, Walter T.; 
Knox, Joe Brown, Jr.; 
Korowicz, Casey; 
Narey, Richard D.; 
Shoemaker, John W.; 
Zaworski, Thomas E. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN THE ARCHDIOCESE 

The number preceding the title of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section. where further informa- 
tion regarding the Community may be found. 

CP. [46]— Congregation of Passion (Province of St. Paul 
of the Cross)—Atlanta: St. Paul. 

C.SS.R. [51]—Redemptorist Fathers (Baltimore Prov- 
ince)—Griffin: Sacred Heart; Fort Oglethorpe: St. 
Gerard; Newnan, St. George. 

M.S. [45]—Our Lady of LaSalette Fathers— Carters- 
ville: St. Francis Church; Atlanta, Most Blessed Sac- 
rament; Marietta, St. Ann; Smyrna, St. Thomas the 
Apostle. 

M.S.F.S.[]—Missionaries of St. Francis De Sales (Eng- 
lish Prov.)—Norcross: St. Patrick’s; Lawrenceville, 
St. Lawrence. 

0.C.S.O. [16]—The Order of Cistercians of the Strict 
Observance (Trappists)—Conyers: Monastery of 
the Holy Ghost, Inc. 

O.F.M. [21]—Franciscan Fathers (Province of the Most 
Holy Name of Jesus)—Athens: Cath. Student Cen- 
ter, Univ. of Georgia; Atlanta: Immaculate Concep- 
tion; Catholic Center, Georgia Tech. 

O.M.I. [37]—Oblates of Mary Immaculate (Eastern 
Prov.)—Washington: St. Joseph Church. 

[29A]—Glenmary Home Missioners—Dahlonega; St. 
Luke’s Church; N. Georgia State Newman Club; 
Clarksville: St. Mark’s Church. 

S.J. [30]—Jesuit Fathers (New Orleans Province)— At- 
lanta: Ignatius Retreat House; Marist High School. 

S.M. [34]— Marist Fathers (Washington Province) —At- 
lanta: The Marist School, Our Lady of the Assump- 
tion Church; Marletta: St. Joseph’s. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE ARCHDIOCESE 

[5]—Benedictine Sisters (Cullman, Ala.)—Atlanta; Holy 
Cross Church. 

[19]—Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul 
(Southeast Prov.)—Rome: St. Mary’s School. 

[43C]—Sisters of St. Dominic of the Congregation of St. 
Rose of Lima (Corporate title: The Servants of Re- 
lief for Incurable Cancer in the United States)\—Our 
Lady of Perpetual Help Free Cancer Home, Atlanta. 
Dominican Sisters (Adrian, Michigan)—Cumming. 

(91]—Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Family —Cleve- 
land Mission. 

(132]— Missionary Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of 
Jesus—InstiTuTION—Athens: St. Mary’s Hospital. 

(160]—Sisters of the Humility of Mary—Smyrna: St. 
Thomas the Apostle Parish; Stone Mountain: Cor- 
pus Christi; Atlanta, St. Pius X High School. 

[164]—-Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary—(Immaculata, Pa.)—Athens; St. Joseph’s 
School; Decatur: SS. Peter and Paul School. 

[164]—Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary—(Monroe, Mich.)—Atlanta: Sacred Heart; St. 
Pius X High School. 

[168]—Sisters of Mercy (Merion, Pa.)—ScHoot —Hape- 
ville, Ga.: St. John the Evangelist. 

[169]—Sisters of Mercy of the Union (Baltimore Prov- 
ince)—Scuoots—Atlanta: Our Lady of the Assump- 
tion. —INsTITUTION—Atlanta: St. Pius X Catholic 
High School; St. Joseph’s Infirmary. 

[190]—Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur— ScHoot— 
Decatur: St. Thomas More.—INstiTruTION—Atlanta: 
St. Pius X High School. 

[207]—Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart (Melrose Park, 
Philadelphia)—Atlanta: Christ the King School, Im- 
maculate Heart of Mary, St. Jude’s School.—Inst1- 
TuTIONS—Atlanta: St. Pius X Catholic High School. 

(221]—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (St. Louis 
Province)—ScHoo.ts—Atlanta: St. Anthony’s; Ma- 
rietta: St. Joseph’s—INstituT1IoNs—Atlanta: St. 
Pius X High School; Village of St. Joseph. 

(221]—-Sisters of St. Joseph (Baden, Pa.)— ScHoot—At- 
lanta: St. Paul of the Cross. 

















ATLANTA ——————————_ 


[230]—Ursuline Sisters (Brown City, Ohio). Our Lady 
of the Assumption. 

[233]— Visitation Nuns—Inst1TUTION—Atlanta; Visita- 
tion Monastery. 








Archbishop 1 
PDUs ares teecorcee ees te cout ckewsncvessuay er icaveveaercey 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 68 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ..............- 2 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent ................ 10 
Diocesan Priests in foreign missions ........ 2 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 87 

Total Priests Of DIOCESE csaneccrseccee-= t= 170 
Priests from other dioceses. ..........:::--:-10++ 8 
Transitional DEaCONS Sscciersccerst-<<st-etcess-s cree 4 
Permanent Deacons, oircv....-...-..cdeteveocsenetsescu il 
TP OtaL SBTOUNCTS ect eterons tcbestteresatsodcessexcncxmnceer 36 
TOLAISSISLETS econ soe vec tanec an aves seavacase er eecarees 190 
Sisters in foreign MiSSiONS ............::::+1++ 1 
Parishes piece cetectinccnecbestteee scoot aieevevcets= 50 

With resident Pastor ............:::cseeeseeeee 50 
Missions” Gece tice. cccccecees ck tbtbowentettovetstencce- 22 
Stations 3 
Chapels 34 

With resident Chaplain .............::0:06 12 

Non-resident Chaplain ..........:c:esceeee 22 
Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 23 


ARCHDIOCESAN CEMETERIES 
Washington. 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 





Seminaries, Religious, or Scholasticates  .. 1 
Students, Religious 2 
Total Seminarians 25 

High Schools, Diocesan and Parochial .... 1 
BOYS eee cee ro sey erates temteee se tetntnenenastecececzencer 395 
GUTS arc c tence ian or ass oes hom in one ve vieeas 435 
Total Students. cccrccscc.d-cotterctingecsovenstecs 830 

High Schools; Private: citer. avccstsecsesseseeueseeets 1 
BOYS vasvstrestectecastiecascitvavarcueanevarea<feRatest 542 
ITI S ERs raved. peck tented 274 
Total’Students: <.2..cccccgeeetevecccseersronmuereres 816 

Elementary Schools, Parochial ................. 13 
Totald Students Veetet.f tine core tress 4,435 

Protective TOStitutions te -cccsescscnceacenasstaescsarne 1 
TMLOtal SLUG eN (Se crcertrrsecces aes ager 52 

Public School Pupils in Special 

Religious Instruction Classes 
High School Students 7.7. en. 4,549 
Elementary Students) oo tircrecccerccerssecsssns 10,910 

Total Students under Catholic Instruction 21,617 

Priests, Teaching (full time) .................0 12 

Brothers Leaching cca .ctceacterieceseencereconcrens 1 


C Area Code 404 unless otherwise indicated 





ATLANTA 


NECROLOGY 
+Fitzpatrick, John F., C.SS.R., Griffin, Ga., Sacred 
Heart Church.—Died September 15, 1978. 





Sisters, Teaching ~~ -)Ais1.:222 ch peseemreneasenteees 61 
Paid Lay* Teachers”. 2vt.ttarcceesteemeireeerece 268 
Total Teachers in diocese ...........:.:.+- 342 
General Hospitals 2 
Bed capacity 439 
In-Patients treated annually ................ 13,856 
Out-Patients treated annually ............ 55,624 
Total Patierits in teeccteeenersearetiereneee ste 69,480 
Special Hospitals or Sanatoria. ..............00+ 1 
Bed' capacity .2.ttetesevcpeeencrsttaterateass 50 
In-Patients treated annually ................ 305 
Total Patients s.ccsesrrcnenceesenrere sees 305 
Infant BaptiSmis® .ctcceret seaceeseceerearstetecter anew 1,706 
Converts 2. Stcce, eine cae ate eemtoneee eeceeatane 428 
Total’ Baptisms? \.2:.cctsec.-ceertceottusacecnnestsee> 2,134 
Marriages: Catholic? 2 oks.cccescetetectesterte-n-s<0c> 264 
Mixed ° 23.0: SE eee ee een ee 521 
Total! Marriages” Wecerscecuttess«snessscveacere=s- 785 
Deaths. i) 2ucui dk. piteenevrcae reas teense sthvevenc ste 364 
Total Catholic Population .......0.....c;sJ..0.22... 93,016 
TotalePoputation otic: cen cobedeetenarvessetsenarane 3,225,350 

















61 


Diocese of Austin 


(Dioecesis Austiniensis) 





Most Reverend 
LOUIS J. REICHER, D.D. 
Retired Bishop of Austin; ordained Dec. 6, 1918; ap- 


pointed Nov. 29, 1947; cons. April 14, 1948. Address: P.O. 
Box 637, Austin, Texas, 78767. 





Most Reverend 
VINCENT M. HARRIS, D.D. 


Bishop of Austin; ordained March 19, 1938; appointed 

Bishop of Beaumont July 4, 1966; cons. Sept. 28, 1966; 

transferred to Austin April 21, 1971; succeeded to the 

See November 16, 1971. Address: P.O. Box 13327, Capi- 
tol Sta., Austin, Texas, 78711. 


ERECTED 1948. 
Square Miles22,180. 


Comprises the Counties of Mills, Hamilton, San Saba, 
Lampasas, Coryell, McLennan, Limestone, Bell, Falls, 
Robertson, Mason, Llano, Burnet, Williamson, Milam, 
Brazos, Blanco, Travis, Bastrop, Lee, Burleson, Wash- 
ington, Hays, Caldwell, Austin, and the parts of Fayette 
and Colorado counties north of the Colorado River in 
the State of Texas, with a Total Population of 945,864. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions, 
consult the Chancery Office. 





Vicar-General—Rev. Msgr. Epwarp C. MatTocua. 

Chancery Office—N. Congress and 16th, P.O. Box 
13327, Capitol Sta., Austin, 78711. Hours: 9:00 A.M.- 
4:00 P.M., extept Sundays and Holy Days. ¢ 512 
476-4888. 

Chancellor—Rev. Msgr. LONNIE REYES. 

Deans—Austin: Very Rev. Ratpu A. BRENNAN; Bryan: 
Very Rev. JoHN C. MaLinowsk1; La-Grange. Very 
Rey. Harry Mazurkiewicz; Lockhart Very Rev. 
DonaLp G. CHATHAM; Temple Very Rev. ARTHUR 
MicHALKA; Waco: Rev. Msgr. EDwARD RABROKER; 
Brenham: Very Rev. Fioyp A. BiEL; Granger. Very 
Rev. Pau, McCa.tium. 

Diocesan Consultors—Rev. Msgrs. E. C. Matocua; Ep- 
WARD RaBROKER; MARK DEERING; LONNIE REYES; 
Revs. Louis J. Wozniak: Epwarp F. Jorpan; 
GEORGE TYDLACKA; FRED Bomar; DonaLp G. CuHa- 
THAM; JOHN MALINOWSKI. 

Diocesan Tribunal—N. Congress and 16th. P.O. Box 
13327, Capitol Sta., Austin, 78711. ¢ 512 476-4888. 
Direct all inquiries concerning marriage cases to 
this address. ; 

Officialis—Rev. JosepH W. Renace, C.S.C., J.C.D. 

Vice-Officialis—Rev. Epwarp F. Jorpan, S.T.D. 

Pro-Synodal Judges—Revs. Vicror M. Gorrtz. 
J.C.D.; DonaLp G. CHaTtHAM, J.D.; FREDERICK D. 
Sackett, O.M.I.; RALPH A. BRENNAN; JOHN W. Lus- 
BERS, C.S.C. 

Defenders of the Bond—Revs. JoHN W. LuBBERs. 
C.S.C.; THoMAs FRANK; JOHN C. MaLinowskI; Dr- 
SMOND Murpuy; RALPH A. BRENNAN: ELMER HOLT- 
MAN; WALTER Matus; WILLIAM H. Donaunug, C.S.C.; 
Msgr. Lonnig C. Reyes; Revs. THomas CHAMBER- 
LAIN; GREGORY CaiAzzo, C.S.P.; DonALD SAWYER; 
Patrick ZUREK. 

Notaries—Rev. JOHN W. Lussers, C.S.C.; Mrs. 
Nancy EKDAHL; Mrs. FLORENCE WILLETT. 

Diocesan Administrative Council: Rev. Msgrs. Ep- 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF AUSTIN 
1—Sr. Mary’s CATHEDRAL, Revs. William H. Donahue, 
C.S.C., Rector; Elmer G. Gross, C.S.C.; Clement H. 
Funke, C.S.C. 
Res., 203 E. 10th st., 78701. ¢ 476-6182. 

School— Brother 1; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 203. 
Casa Guadalupe—908 San Jacinto blvd., 78701. 
2—Cristo Rey, Rev. Msgr. Lonnie Reyes; Revs. John A. 

McCaggrey; Leopoldo G. Reyes. 
Res., 2109 E. 2nd st., 78702. ¢ 474-6376. 
CCD Coordinators—Carmen Castillo, Guadalupe 
Casarez. 
3—Ho ty Cross, Rev. Michael J. Fritzen, S.V.D. 
Res., 1600 E. 11th st., 78702. ¢ 472-3741. 
4—Our Lapy or GuapDALupE, Revs. Jerome Burnet, 
O.M.L; John Castro, O.M.I. 
Res., 1206 E Ninth st., 78702. ¢ 478-7955. 
CCD School—Catechist Sisters of Jesus, Mary and 
Joseph. 
Convent —907 Lydia st., 78702. 


WARD C. Matocua; LONNIE Reyes; Messrs. MIKE W. 
Butter: JACK PuRYEAR; JOHN SELMAN; JACK 
Brown. 

Priests’ Senate—Revs. JOHN DRISCOLL, Pres.; JOHN 
McCarrrey, Secy.; OLIVER JOHNSON; MICHAEL 
FRITZEN, S.V.D.; A. A. PALERMO; SYLVESTER FUCHS; 
GIDEON STRAM; GEORGE TZANAKAS; GEORGE TZANA- 
KAS; Epwarp C. Matocua; LONNIE REYEs. 

Comptroller—Lineaus H. Loretre. 

Charitable Trusts and Funds of the Diocese— John J. 
Kearns Memorial Charitable Trust Fund. 

Clerical Endowment Fund—Very Rev. Harry 
MazurKIEwicz, Sacred Heart Church, P.O. Box 548, 
La Grange, 78945. 

Clergy Medical And Retirement Fund of the Diocese of 
Austin and the Diocese of Austin Pension Plan— 
Committee: Most Rev. Vincent M. Harris, Chair- 
man; Revs. ELMER HOLTMAN; BERNARD SNOCK; AN- 
GELO BERTINI, JOHN DRISCOLL; WILLIAM BENISH; 
LEONARD LEDDY. 

Louis J. Reicher, First Bishop of Austin, Trust, A Fund 
of the Diocese of Austin—Most Rev. Vincent M. 
Harris, Exec. Dir.; Messrs. RusEN H. JOHNSON; 
Mike W. Butter; Ben F. VauGuav, III. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 
Archivist—Sister Dotorgs, O.P., P.O. Box 13327, Aus- 
tin, Texas, 78711. 
Boy Scouts—Rev. IstporE Rozycki. Rt. 1 Box 5A, Dime 
Box, 77853. ¢ 713-884-3100. 
Catholic Cemeteries—Brother SILver1uS ADELMANN. 
C.S.C., St. Edward’s University, Austin, 78704. 
Catholic Charities—4301 Small dr., Austin, Tex., 
78731. Rev. RicHarp McCaskr. Dir. ¢ 512-451-5121: 
1100 Austin ave., Waco, 76702. ¢ 817-753-4593. Eu- 
GENE Jup, Dir. 
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine—2112 St. Joseph 
blud., Austin, 78757. ¢ 512-452 8894. Sisters Mary 
Curran, C.S.C., Coordinator. 


Mission—Pflugerville. St. Elizabeth’s. 

5—Our Lapy or Sorrows (Dolores), Rev. J. Clifford 
Atwood, C.S.C. 
Res., 1111 Montopolis dr., 78741. ¢ 385-4333. 
Convent—1101 Montopolis dr. 
CCD School—Sister of Mercy 1; Franciscan Sisters 
3; Dominican Sisters 2. 

6—Sacrep Heart, Revs. Charles A. Davis; Donald J. 
Sawyer; Joseph Nguyen Anh Van. 
Res., 5909 Reicher dr., 78723. ¢ 926-2552. 
School—Sisters of St. Dominic. 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 13; Pupils 190. 
Convent—5911 Reicher dr., 78723. Rey. Paul Os- 
terle, S.J., Religious Coord. 

7—Sr. Austin’s, Revs. Peter G. Shea, C.S.P., Supr.; Har- 
old J. Foye, C.S.P.; Gregory Caiazzo, C.S.P.; Missio- 
naries; Revs. Rocco Perone, C.S.P.; Harold 
Masterson, C.S.P. In res., Revs. Bertrand Robert, 
C.S.P.; Walter J. Dalton, C.S.P.; William Dougherty, 
C.S.P.; Joseph Scott, C.S.P.; Robert Rivers, C.S.P. 


¢ Area Code 512 unless otherwise indicated 


Family Life—Rev. OLIVER JoHNSON, P.O. Box 531, Bel- 
ton, 76513. 

Council of Catholic Women—Rev. ARTHUR MICHALK- 
A, Mod., St. Mary Church, P.O. Box 3665, Temple, 
Tex., 76501. 

Office of Education—Sister Loretta RAPHAEL, O.P., 
Superintendent. 2304 Hancock dr., Suite 7, Austin, 
78756. ¢ 512-454-8618. 

Council of Catholic Youth—Dir.: Mrs. Marie Haspa; 
Spiritual Director: Rev. MicHAEL Mutvey. P.O. Box 
386, Granger, 76530. ¢ 859-2513. 

Vocations—Very Rev. Victor M. Gorrtz: Rev. JoHN 
McCarrrey, Dirs.: Sister BARBARA JEAN Fry, 
C.D.P., Assoc., P.O. Box 1326, 224 N. 14, Waco, 
76702. ¢ 753-2755. 

Deaf—Donna Guauiortta, St. Ignatius Church, 2309 
Euclid st., 78704. 

Ministry for Mexican Americans—Rev. Msgr. LONNIE 
Reyes, P.O. Box 13327, Austin, 78711. 

Liturgical Commission —Revs. RALPH BRENNAN; 
LEON STRIEDER, Co-Chairmen, 1619 Plateau Ridge, 
Leander, 78641. ¢ 512-258-1161. 

Newspaper—The Texas Catholic Herald , Very Rev. 
Victor M. Gorrtz, J.C.D., Editor, 7401 Washington 
ave., Waco, 76702. ¢ 817-753-0328. 

Propagation of the Faith—Rev. MARION ATOMANCZYK, 
P.O. Box 371, Marlin, 76661. 

Rural Life Conference—Rev. RoMAN WIDACKI, St. 
Mary Church, 701 Church st., Brenham, 77833. 
Diocesan Development Fund—P.O. Box 13327, Austin, 

78711. 

Episcopal Vicar for Mexican Americans—Very Rev. 
Victor M. Gorrtz, J.C.D. McLennan, Limestone, 
Falls. Robertson, Milam, Bell, Coryell, Lampasas, 
Hamilton, Mills and San Saba Counties. 

Campaign For Human Development—JOHN BLAZIER, 
Dir. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Res., 2010 Guadalupe st., 78705. ¢ 477-9471. 
School—1911 San Antonio st. Sisters of St. Dominic. 
Lay teachers 14; Pupils 233. 
Convent—2026 Guadalupe st., 78705. 
Chaplaincies—St. David’s Hospital; Shoal Creek 
Rehab Hospital: Austin State School. 

8—Sr. Ianatius Martyr, Revs. L. Peter Logsdon, 
C.S.C.; Lawrence A. Jerge, C.S.C.; Eugene L. Dore, 
C.S.C. In res., Rev. Joseph M. Kmiecik, C.S.C. 
Res., 2309 Euclid ave., 78704. ¢ 442-2323. 
School—Lay teachers 9; Pupils 255. State School for 
Deaf. Catholic Students 150. 

9—Sr. Jutia, Revs. Joseph Znotas; Leo Martinez. 
Res., 900 Tillery, 78702. ¢ 926-4186. 

10—Sr. Louis, Very Rev. Louis J. Wozniak; Revs. Wil- 
liam Benish; Michael Mulvey. 
Res., 7601 Burnet rd., 78757. ¢ 454-0384. 
School—Sisters of the Holy Cross. 
Sisters 4: Lay teachers 15: Pupils 367. 
Convent—2114 St. Joseph blvd., 78757 











AUSTIN = ————————————————eeeFfFfFfFSé<SFOés(A 


11—Sr. NicHotas CHapet, Chancery Building, 1600 
North Congress ave. 

12—Sr. Perer THE ApostLe, Very Rev. Fred Bomar. 
Res., 4600 E. Ben White blvd., P.O. Box 17575, 
78760. ¢ 442-0655. 

13—San Francisco, Rev. John Haley, C.S.C. 
Res., 9110 hwy. 183 South, 78747. ¢ 243-1404. 
Mission—Buda Santa Cruz. Elizabeth Clark Reli- 
gious Coord. 

14—San Joss, Rev. John S. Korcsmar, C.S.C. 
Res., 2425 Oak Crest, 78704. ¢ 444-7587. 
Religious Educ— ¢ 444-1948. Sister 1. 

15—Sr. THERESA, Rev. Richard E. McCabe. In res., Rev. 
William Broussard (GAL). 
Res., 4310 Small dr., 78731. ¢ 451-5121. 
Mission—Lakeway Church. 

16—Sr. THomas Mors, Very Rev. Ralph A. Brennan. 
Res., 1619 Plateau ridge, Leander, 78641. ¢ 258- 
1161. 


OUTSIDE CITY OF AUSTIN 
Allenfarm, Brazos Co., St. Benedict. 
Bastrop, Bastrop Co., Ascension, Rev. Edward J. Doku- 


pil. 
Res., P.O. Drawer W., 78602. ¢ 32'452. 

Bellville, Austin Co., SS. Peter and Paul, Rev. Sylvester 
Fuchs. 
Res., Box 176, 77418. ¢ 713-865-2368. 

Belton, Bell Co., Christ the King, Rev. Oliver Johnson. 
Res., P.O. Box 531, 76513. ¢ 817-939-1284. 

Blanco, Blanco Co., St. Ferdinand’s, Rev. Lonnie A. Ur- 


ban. 

Res., Rt. 1, 78606. ¢ 833-4527. [CEM] 
Mission—Wimberley, Hays Co., St. Mary’s, Drip- 
ping Springs. [CEM] 

Bremond, Robertson Co., St. Mary’s, 7 North Main 
Place, 76629. ¢ 817-746-7789. Rev. B. J. Zientek. 
School—Felician Sisters. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 1; Pupils 87. 
Convent—6 N. Main pl., 76629. 

Brenham, Washington Co., Immaculate Conception, 
Revs. Floyd A. Biel; Roman J. Widacki. [CEM] 
Res., 701 S. Church st., 77833. ¢ 713-836-4441. Mis- 
sionary Catechist of Divine Providence 1. 

Bryan, Brazos Co., St. Joseph’s, Revs. John E. Driscoll; 
Kirby D. Garner. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 1587, 77801. ¢ 713-822-2721. 
School—Sisters of Incarnate Word and Blessed Sac- 
rament. 
Sisters 2; Lay teachers 12; Pupils 261. 
Convent—702 East 26th st., 77801. CCD Coordina- 
tor: Sister Martin De Porres, C.S.C. 

St. Anthony’s, Rev. John C. Malinowski. 
Res., 306 S. Parker, 77801. ¢ 713-823-8145. 
Mission—San Salvador. 

Santa Teresa’s, Rev. Tom Frank. 
Res., 1212 Lucky st., 77801, ¢ 713-822-2932. 
Mission—Calvert, Robertson Co., St. Mary’s. 

Burlington, Milam Co., St. Michael’s, P.O. Drawer 85, 
76519. ¢ 817-869-2525. Rev. Angelo Bertini. [CEM] 
CCD School—Sister of St. John 1. 

Mission —Rosebud. Falls Co., St. Anne’s. 

Burnet, Burnet Co., Our Mother of Sorrows, Rev. James 
A. Donnelly, C.S.C. 

Res., 507 Buchanan dr., 78611. ¢ 756-4410. 
Mission—Bertram, Holy Cross. 

Caldwell, Burleson Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Emilian Foltyn. 
Res., 500 O.S.R., 77836. ¢ 713-567-3667. [CEM] 
Cameron, Milam Co., St. Monica’s, Rev. Alois Pavlicek. 

Res., P.O. Box 673, 76520. ¢ 817-697-2107. 

Chappell Hill. Washington Co., St. Stanislaus’, 77426. ¢ 
713-836-3030. Rey. John D. Wesolek. [CEM] 

College Station, St. Mary’s, Revs. John D. Frizelle; Wil- 
liam C. Brooks. 

Res., 103 Nagle st., 77840. ¢ 713-846-5717. 

Copperas Cove, Holy Family, Revs. Harry F. Stegman, 
C.S.C.; Lawrence Bauer, C.S.C. 

Res., 1001 Georgetown rd., 76522. ¢ 817-547-3735. 

Cyclone, Bell Co., (Rt. 1, Burlington, Texas)St. Joseph’s, 
76519. Rev. Clyde Holtman. ¢ 817-985-2280. 
Mission—Marak, Sts. Cyril and Methodius. 

Dime Box, Lee Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Isidore Rozycki. 
Res., Rt. 1, Box 5A, 77853. ¢ 713-884-3100. [CEM] 
Mission—Frenstat, Burleson Co., Holy Rosary. 
[CEM] 

Eagle Lake, Colorado Co., Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 
Rev. Thomas J. Hanus. 

Res., P.O. Box 365, 77434. ¢ 713-234-2842. 
Mission—Our Lady of Guadalupe. 

Elgin, Bastrop Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Rosendo Rafael. 
Res., P.O. Box 431, 78621. ¢ 285-3536. 
Mission—Manor, Travis Co., St. Joseph’s. 
Stations—2. 

Fayetteville, Fayette Co., St. John’s, P.O. Box 57, 78940. 
¢ 713-378-2277. Rev. Benedict J. Mazurkiewicz. 
[CEM] 

CCD School—Sisters of Divine Providence 2. 
Convent —St. John’s. 

Missions—Latium, Sacred Heart. 

Station— Warrenton, St. Martin’s. 


Frelsburg, Colorado Co. (R.R. 2, Box 26, New Ulm, Tex.), 
78950. ¢ 713-732-3430. SS. Peter and Paul, Rev. 
Werner Bockholt. [CEM] 

Mission—Industry, Austin Co., Immaculate Con- 
ception. 

Frydek, Austin Co. (Rt. 3, Box 191A, Sealy, Tex.), 77474. 
¢ 713-885-3131. St. Mary’s, Rev. Bernard Snock. 

Gatesville, Coryell Co., Our Lady of Lourdes, Rev. Leon 
J. Boarman, C.S.C. 

Res., 1108 W. Main st., 76528. ¢ 817-865-6710. 

Georgetown, Williamson Co., St. Helen’s, Rev. A. A. 
Palermo. 

Res., 505 W. University, 78626. ¢ 863-3041. 
CCD School of Religion—Dominican Sisters 2. 

Giddings, Lee Co., St. Margaret, Rev. Michael Bodnar, 

S.V.D 


Res., 500 S. Grimes, 78942. ¢ 713-542-3380. 
Mission—Pin Oak, St. Mary. 

Granger, Williamson Co., SS. Cyril and Methodius, 
Very Rev. George Tydlacka. 

Res., Box 608, 76530. ¢ 859-2223. [CEM] 
School—Sisters of Divine Providence 7; Lay teach- 
ers 3; Pupils 146. 

Convent—P.O. Box 327. 76530. 

Hamilton, Hamilton Co., St. Thomas, Route 1, 76531. ¢ 
817-865-6710. Attended from Our Lady of Lourdes, 
Gatesville. 

Hearne, Robertson Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Robert A. 
Fuchs. [CEM] 

Res., 402 First st., 77859. ¢ 713-279-2233. 

Hostyn Hill, Fayette Co., (Route 2, Fayetteville, Tex.), 
78940. Immaculate Conception, Rev. Francis Kolar, 
S.T.L. ¢ 718-378-2311. [CEM] 

Jarrell, Holy Trinity, Rev. Gideon Stram. 

Res., Route 1, Box 63, 76537. ¢ 863-3020. [CEM] 
Mission—Andice, Williamson Co., Santa Rosa 


[CEM]. 

Killeen, Bell Co., St. Joseph’s, Revs. John T. Payne, 
C.S.C.; Andrew J. Mulreany, C.S.C.; Francis R. We- 
ber, C.S.C. 

Res., 2903 E. Rancier ave., 76541. ¢ 817-634-7878. 
School—Lay teachers 12; Pupils 212. ¢ 817-634- 
7272. 

Kingsland, Llano Co., St. Charles Borromeo, attended 
from St. John’s Church, Marble Falls. 

Kyle, Hays Co., St. Anthony Marie De Claret, Very Rev. 
Donald G. Chatham, Revs. Fred Chalupa; Howard 
Goertz. 

Res., P.O. Box 268, 78640. ¢ 268-5311. 

Station —Uhland, San Miguel. 

CCD School—Missionary Catechist of Divine Provi- 
dence 1. 

La Grange, Favette Co., Sacred Heart of Jesus, Very 
Rev. Harry Mazurkiewicz. 

Res., Box 548, 78945. ¢ 713-968-3430. 
School—Sisters of Incarnate Word and Blessed Sac- 
rament. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 3; Pupils 113. 
Convent—P.O. Box 548, 78945. 

Lampasas, Lampasas Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Walter J. 
Matus. Res., P.O. Box 866, 76550. ¢ 512-556-5544. 
School of Christian Doctrine. Sisters of St. John 2. 
¢ 556-6203. 

Mission—Lometa, Good Shepherd. 

Leander, Williamson Co., St. Margaret Mary. Attended 
from St. William’s Church, Round Rock. 

Lockhart, Caldwell Co., St. Mary’s, Very Rev. Donald G. 
Chatham; Revs. Howard Goertz; Fred Chalupa; Dan 
J. Delaney. 

Res., 205 W. Pecan, 78644. ¢ 398-3133. 

Luling, Caldwell Co., St. John the Evangelist, Very Rev. 
Donald G. Chatham; Revs. Fred Chalupa; Howard 
Goertz. 

Res., P.O. Box 631, 78648. ¢ 875-5354. 
CCD School—Missionary Catechists of Divine 
Providence 2. 

McGregor, St. Eugene, Rev. Stanley Conrad. 

Res., 207 North Johnson dr., 76657. ¢ 817-840-3174. 

Marble Falls, Burnet Co., St. John’s, Rev. Jeremiah R. 
Buttomer, C.S.C. 

Res., 205 10th st., 78654. ¢ 512-693-2487. 
Marlin, Falls Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Marion Atomanc- 


zyk. 
Res., Box 371, 76661. ¢ 817-883-2016. 

Martindale, Caldwell Co., St. Mary’s Church, Attended 
from St. Mary’s Church, Lockhart, Tex. P.O. Box 
117, 78655. ¢ 357-4366. 

Mason, Mason Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. James R. Olnhaus- 


en. 

Res., Box 38, 76856. ¢ 915-347-5380. 
Missions—Llano, Holy Trinity; Sunrise Beach, Our 
Lady of the Lake. ¢ 915-388- 4206. 

Mentz, Colorado Co. (Rt 2, Box 191, Alleyton, Tex.), 
78935. ¢ 713-732-3460. St. Roch’s, Attended from St. 
Mary’s Church, Frydek. 

Mexia, Limestone Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Roman A. Kas- 
perzak, M.M. 

Res., 606 N. Bonham, 76667. ¢ 817-562-3619. 

Rockdale, Milam Co., St. Joseph’s, Rev. Paul McCallum. 
Res., 234 N. San Gabriel st., P.O. Box 548, 76567. ¢ 


¢ Area Code 512 unless otherwise indicated 





AUSTIN 


512-446-2049. 
Res., 521 E. Davilla st. ¢ 512-446-2196. 

Rockne, Bastrop Co. (R.R. 1, Bastrop, Tex.), 78602. ¢ 
321-3196. Sacred Heart, Rev. Leonard Leddy. 
[CEM] 

Mission—String Prairie, Bastrop Co., Assumption 
of the Blessed Virgin Mary. [CEM] 

Round Rock, Williamson Co., St. William’s, Revs. Elmer 
Holtman; Leon Strieder. 

Res., 1000 McNeil rd., 78664. ¢ 255-4473. 

San Marcos, Hays Co., St. John the Evangelist, Revs. 
Robert T. Alvarado, C.M.F.; Paul H. Slaby, C.M.F.; 
Ronald A. Alves, C.M.F.; Manuel J. Marrufo, C.M.F. 
[CEM] 

Res., 624 E. Hopkins, 78666. ¢ 392-2363. 
CCD School—Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco 3. 
Convent—964 Field st., 78666. 

San Saba, San Saba Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. James R. Co- 
meau, O.P. 

Res., 504 W. Wallace st., 76877. P.O. Box 267. ¢ 
915-372-3679. 
Missions—Goldthwaite, St. Peter’s. 

Sealy, Austin Co., Immaculate Conception, P.O. Box 
337, 77474. ¢ 713-885-3868. Rev. Aleck Lazek. 
[CEM] 

Convent—411 Ward st., 77474. ¢ 713-885-2246. 
Parish Center—602 Fifth st., ¢ 713-885-6902. 

Smithville, Bastrop Co., St. Paul’s, Rev. Thomas Cham- 
berlain. 

Res., Box 666, 78957. ¢ 237-2179. 
Mission—Barton’s Creek, SS. Peter and Paul. 
Somerville, St. Ann’s, P.O. Box 98, 77879. ¢ 713-596- 

1966. Rev. Robert Mahoney. 
Mission—Washington, Blessed Virgin Mary. 

Taylor, Williamson Co., St. Mary’s, Box 72, 76574. ¢ 
352-2175. Revs. Desmond Murphy; Albert Ruiz. 
School—Dominican Sisters. 

Sisters 2; Lay teachers 10; Pupils 218. 
Convent—317 E. 4th st., 76574. Religious Coordina- 
tor, Sr. Catherine, C.S.C. 

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Revs. Desmond Murphy; Al- 
bert Ruiz. 
Res., 113 Dickey st., 76574. ¢ 352-2380. [CEM] 
CCD School—Catechist Missionary Sisters of St. 
John 3. 

Temple, Bell Co., St. Mary’s, Very Rev. Arthur Michalk- 
a; Rev. Patrick Zurek. 

Res., 1018S. 7th st., P.O. Box 3665. 76501. ¢ 817-773- 
4541. 
School—Lay teachers 10; Pupils 192. 
Convent —1004 S. 7th st., 76501. 

St. Luke’s, Very Rev. Edward F. Jordan, S.T.D. 
Res., 2807 Oakdale, 76501. ¢ 847-773-1561. 

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Revs. Bernardo Nicolau, 
T.O.R.; Rafael Sastre, T.O.R. 
Res., 708 S. 6th st., 76501. ¢ 817-773-6779. 

Tours, McLennan Co. (Route 2, Box 209A, West, Texas), 
76691. ¢ 817-822-1145. St. Martin, Rev. Frank S. 
Miller. [CEM] 

Mission —Elk, St. Joseph. 
School—Sisters of Divine Providence 2; Pupils 80. 
Convent—RR No. 2, Box 54, West Texas, 76691. 

Waco, McLennan Co., ’ 

1—Assumption, Rev. Msgr. Edward Rabroker. In res., 
Very Rev. Victor M. Goertz, J.C.D. 

Res., 1401 Washington ave., 76702. ¢ 817- 753-0146. 
School—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. 
Sisters 5; Lay teachers 6; Pupils 223. 
Convent—1415 Washington ave., 76702. 

2—St. Francis on the Brazos, Revs. Jose A. Martorell, 
T.O.R.; Anthony P. Ferrer, T.O.R. 

Res., 301 Jefferson ave., 76702. ¢ 817-752-8434. 
CCD School—Franciscan Daughters of Mercy 4. 
Convent—612 N. 3rd st., 76702. 

Missions—Satin. Falls Co., St. Rita; Marlin, Santa 
Maria Del Pilar. 

3—Sacred Heart, Rev. Lawrence Soler, T.O.R. 

Res., 2621 Bagby ave., 76711. ¢ 817-756-2656. 
4—St. John the Baptist, Rev. Anthony C. Bourges, 

S.V.D. 

Res., 1312 Dallas st., 76704. ¢ 817-753-6742. 

CCD School. 

5—St. Joseph’s (Bellmead), Revs. George Tzanakas; 

Vaughn Meiller; John F. Herledan. 

Res., 1011 Boston st., 76705. ¢ 817-799-2531. 

CCD School. 

Convent—1007 Boston st. (Bellmead), 76705. 
6—St. Louis, Rev. Msgr. Mark Deering; Revs. James 

Rice; George Gathongo (EK. Africa). 

Res., 2001 North 25th St., P.O. Box 5040, 76708. ¢ 

817-754-1221. 

School—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. 

Sisters 1; Lay teachers 15; Pupils 341. 

Convent—2100 Windsor, 76708. 

Wallis, Austin Co., Guardian Angels’, Rey. Michael F. 
Krol. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 429, 77485. ¢ 713-478-6532. 

West, McLennan Co., Assumption, Revs. George E. Dos- 
kocil; Eugene Shepard. [CEM] 

Res., P.O. Box 276, 76691. ¢ 817-826-5475. 











AUSTIN 


School—Sisters of Divine Providence. 

Sisters 3; Lay teachers 11; Pupils 232. ¢ 817-826- 
5115. 

Convent—507 W. Spruce st., 76691. 

Westphalia, Falls Co., Visitation, Route 2, Box 53A, 
Lott, Texas, 76656. ¢ 817-584-4983. Rev. Harold J. 
Hughes, C.S.C. [CEM] 

CCD School—Sisters of Divine Providence 5. 
Convent—Route 2, Box 53B (Lott), 76656. [CEM] 
Mission—Lott, Falls County, Sacred Heart. 


CHAPLAINS OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS: 

Austin, School for the Deaf, Rev. .Peter Logsdon, 
C.S.C. Res., 2309 Euclid st., 78704. ¢ 442-2323. 
School for the Blind, attended from St. Louis 
Church, 7601 Burnet rd., 78757. ¢ 454-0384. State 
Hospital, Rev. Milton J. Eggerling, 10901 Mead- 
green court, 78758. ¢ 452-0381, Ext. 231. State 
School, attended from St. Austin’s Church, 2010 
Guadalupe, 78705. ¢ 477-9471. Brown School, at- 
tended from St. Ignatius Church, 2309 Euclid st., 
78704. ¢ 442-2323. Brackenridge Hospital, Rev. Jer- 
ry Smith. Res., Holy Cross Hospital, 2600 E. 19th. ¢ 
477-9811. St. David’s Hospital, attended from St. 
Austin’s Church, 2010 Guadalupe, 78705. ¢ 477- 
9471. 

Mexia, State School, attended from St. Mary’s 


[A] COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

Austin. St. Edward’s University, 78704. ¢ 444- 2621.— 
(Founded 1885). Brothers of the Congregation of 
Holy Cross. Faculty and Officers: Brothers Andrew 
Angermeier, C.S.C., Religious Superior; Stephen V. 
Walsh, C.S.C., Pres.; Henry Altmiller, C.S.C., Execu- 
tive Vice Pres., and Academic Dean; Rev. Thomas 
Windberg, C.S.C., Student Services; John Lucas, 
Dir. of Admissions and Records; David A. Dickson, 
Jr., Vice Pres. for Financial Affairs; Revs. Leroy 
Clementich, C.S.C., Campus Minister; William 
Brady, O.P. Faculty: Brothers 17; Sisters, Servants 
of the Immaculate Heart of Mary 6; Lay Professors 
105; Students 2,119. 


[B] HIGH SCHOOL, DIOCESAN 
Waco. Reicher High School, Sisters of St. Joseph of 
Carondelet 6: Priest 1; Lay teachers 16; Sister San- 
dra Straub. C.S.J., Prin. 2102 N. 23rd st., 76708. ¢ 
817-752-8349. Boys 135; Girls 147. Rev. Vaughn 
Meiller, Chap. 


[C] MATERNITY AND ADOPTION PROGRAM 
Austin. Marywood (Home of the Holy Infancy), 510 W. 
26th st., 78705. ¢ 512-472-9251. Sr. Annalee Faher- 
ty, D.C., A.C.S.W. Dir. Daughters of Charity of St. 
Vincent de Paul 2. Capacity 30. Attended by Jesuit 
Fathers. 


[D] GENERAL HOSPITALS 

Austin. Seton Medical Center, 1201 West 38 st., 78705. 
¢ 459-2121.—Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de 
Paul 11. Sister Mary Rose McPhee, D.C., Adminis- 
trator. Bed capacity 297. Patients during the year: 
In 14,840; Out 13,270. Rev. Joseph Schmitt, Chap. 

Holy Cross Hospital, 2600 E. Martin Luther King 
blvd., 78702. ¢ 477-9811.—Mr. Jack L. Campbell, 
Administrator. Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate 
Word 3. Bed capacity 129. Patients during the year: 
In 3,660; Out 1,829. Rev. Jerry Smith, Chap. 

BreNHAM. St. Jude Hospital, 77833. ¢ 713-836- 6101.— 
Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania, Ohio 8. Sister M. 
Audrey. Administrator. 1306 N. Park. Bed capacity 
60. Patients during the year: In 2,258; Out 1,189. 
Attended from St. Mary’s Church. 

Bryan. St. Joseph’s Hospital, 2801 Franciscan dr., 
77801. ¢ 713-822-3776.—Sisters of St. Francis of Syl- 
vania, Ohio. Sister M. Reginald, Administrator. Sis- 
ters 9; Bed capacity 148. Patients during the year: In 
7,272; Out 6,536. Administered from St. Anthony’s 
Church. 

Cameron. St. Edward’s Hospital-Rischar Memorial, 
76520. ¢ 817-697-6664.—Sisters of Charity of the 
Incarnate Word 7. Sister Mary Pauline Gregorio, 
Adm. Bed capacity 50. Patients during the year: In 
1,364; Out 1,760. Attended from St. Monica’s 
Church. 

Waco. Providence Hospital, 1700 Providence dr., 76703. 
¢ 817-753-4551—Daughters of Charity of St. Vin- 
cent de Paul 6. Sister Edith Thompson, Sister-Ser- 
vant. Bed capacity 245; Patients during the year: In 
7,708; Out 16,401. 


[E] MONASTERIES AND RESIDENCES OF 
PRIESTS AND BROTHERS 
Austin. Brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross, 
South-West Province. Provincial House, St. Ed- 
ward’s University Campus, 78704. ¢ 442-7856. 
Brothers Romard Barthel, C.S.C., Prov.; Patrick So- 
pher, C.S.C., Asst. Prov., Dir. of Planning; James 





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Church, P.O. Box 312, 76667. ¢ 817-562-3464. 

Gatesville, State School for Boys, Rev. Leon J. Boar- 
man, C.S.C., P.O. Box 538, 76528. 

Marlin, V.A. Hospital, Rev. Marion Atomanczyk, 
P.O. Box 371, 76661. 

Temple, V.A. Hospital, Rev. Harry Bilski. 

Waco, V.A. Hospital, Rev. Francis Lavin, 4801 Sang- 
er ave., No. 53 A, 76710. 


On duty outside diocese—Revs. 
Bernard Goertz. Chap. U. S. Army; 
Bernard Mahoney, Houston Community College, 
Houston, Tex.; 
Cornelius Sharbaugh; 
Robert Kincl, U.S.N.; Rev. 
Msgr. Charles Elmer, North American College, 
Rome; Revs. 
Jesse E. Euresti, U.S.A.F.; 
Raymond G. Brezna, U.S.A.F.; 
Charles Michalka, Christ the King Church, 742 Ar- 
lington, rd., Jacksonville, Fla., 32211. 
Everett Trebtoske, Cathedral of the Nativity, 
B.V.M., 416 5th st., Juneau, Alaska, 99801; 
Robbi G. W. Ernst, St. Patrick’s College, P.O. Box 
151, Mountain View, Calif., 94042. 


On Sick Leave: Rev. 
Rafael Gerskovich. 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE 


Kell, C.S.C., Secy.; Donald Connolly, Steward; 
Theodosius Flynn, Dir. of Personnel and Studies; 
James Hanson, C.S.C., Dir. of Formation; Richard 
Daly, C.S.C., Promoter of Social Justice; Donald 
Dunleavy, C.S.C., Councilor; Rev. Thomas Wind- 
berg, C.S.C., Chap. Total in Province: Professed 176. 

St. Joseph Hall (Faculty of St. Edward Univ.), Brother 
Andrew Angermeier, C.S.C., Supr. Brothers 24; 
Rev. Joseph Rehage, C.S.C., Chap. In res., Revs. 
John Lubbers, C.S.C.; Thomas Windberg, C.S.C. ¢ 
442-4534. 

Dominican Fathers, St. Edward’s University, Revs. Wil- 
liam J. Brady, O.P.; James A. McDonough, O.P.; 
Neal E. Wise, O.P.; Dennis Ricker (BWN). 

Jesuit Community, 311 East 31st st. ¢ 476-3992. Revs. 
Paul Osterle, S.J.; Thomas Scheetz, S.J. 

Oblate Fathers, Revs. Dave Tarlizzo, O.M.I.; Pete 
Cortez, O.M.I. St. Edward’s Univ., Box 709, 78704. ¢ 
443-3732. College Seminarians 24. 


[F] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES FOR 
SISTERS 

Austin. Adoration Convent of Divine Love, 2630 Expo- 
sition blvd.,78703. ¢ 477-8449.—Sister Servants of 
the Holy Spirit of Perpetual Adoration. (Mother- 
house, Stey]. Holland) 12. Sister M. Pieta, Supr. Rev. 
Msgr. Edward C. Matocha, Chap. 

Austin Diocesan Sisters, 6021 Carnation Terr., 78741. 
¢ 385-8620. Social Service and Religious Education. 
Sister Mary Agnes Zinni, Coordinator. Sisters 3. 

Our Lady of the Lake Convent, 3635 Ranch rd., 620S., 
78734. Dominican Sisters (Houston) 2. 

Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, 
Faculty, St. Edward Univ. Sisters 7; Pastorial Care, 
Seton Medical Center 1. 

Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, 
4211 B Shoalwood, 78756. 

Sisters of the Holy Cross, Southern Vice-Region, 2301 
East Side dr., 78704. ¢ 443-0425. Sister M. Bernar- 
da, C.S.C., Supr. Sisters 3. 

Bryan. Carmelite Sisters, Rt. 3, Box 125, 77801. Sister 
Helen Marie, O.D.C., Prioress. Sisters 10; Novices 2; 
Postulants 3. ¢ 713-823-5727. 

SoMERVILLE. St. Ann’s Convent, P.O. Box 367, 77879. 
Oblates of the Church. Sister M. John Della Morte, 
O.E., Supr. Sisters 3. Attended from St. Ann’s 
Church. 

Taytor. St. John’s Convent, RR 2, Box 280, 76574. ¢ 
352-2802.—Sisters of St. John. Sisters 5. Attended 
from Guadalupe Church. 


[G] HOME FOR THE AGED 

Austin. The Retirement Residence, Inc., (Whitestone) 
2819 Rio Grande, 78705. ¢ 476-5657. A retirement 
home for the aged operated by the Diocese of Aus- 
tin. Floyd Martine, Adm.] Rev. V. Guttenberger, 
(Germany) Chap.; Residents 100. 

Waco. The Regis Retirement Home and Infirmary, 400 
Austin Ave., 76701. ¢ 817-756-5441. Residents 400. 
J.P. McElligott, Administrator; Rev. George Tzana- 
kas, Chap. Sisters of Divine Providence 1. 


[H] RESIDENCE FOR WOMEN 
Austin. Newman Hall, 2026 Guadalupe st., 78705. ¢ 
476-0669.—Catholic Res. for Women Attending the 
Univ. of Texas. Dominican Sisters 2. Sister Julia 
Boddeker, O.P., Dir. Residents 82. 


¢ Area Code 512 unless otherwise-indicated 


AUSTIN 


Retired: 

Reverend Monsignors— 

Geiser, John T., 1105 E. 14 ' st., Cameron, 76520. 
Molloy, Martin B., 3003 Maplelawn Cir., Austin, 
78723. 

Reverend Fathers— 

Brown, S. P., Rt. 1, Box 81B, San Benito, Tex., 78586. 
Buades, William, P.O. Box 1824, Bryan, Tex. 77801. 
Eastland, Hiram J., P.O. Box 3038, Temple, 76501. 
Geiser, Edward. 

Noble, Peter A., 1524 San Patricio ave. S.W. Al- 
buquerque, New Mex., 87104. 

Svrcek, V. A., 315 S. Rita st., Waco, 76705. 


On Leave for Studies: Rev. 
James O’Connor, Office of Chaplain, S.F. Det. (ABN) 
EUR, APO N. Y., 09050. 


Special Assignments: Rev. 
Lawrence L. Richard, S.J., 705 E. 38th, Austin, 
78705. Office ¢ 475-3651; Res. 477-4896. 


Leave of Absence: Revs. 
Peter McCabe; 
Patrick Murphy. 


{I] NEWMAN APOSTOLATE 

Austin. University Catholic Center (Newman Founda- 
tion). For Catholic students attending the Univ. of 
Texas. Revs. William Dougherty, C.S.P., Dir.; Rob- 
ert Rivers, C.S.P.; Joseph Scott, C.S.P., Associate 
Dirs. 2010 University ave., 78705. ¢ 476-7351. Res., 
2010 Guadalupe, 78705. ¢ 477-9471. 

BRENHAM. Blinn College Newman Club. For Catholic 
students attending Blinn Jr. College. Rev. Floyd 
Biel, Dir. 701 Church St., 77833. 

CoLLeGcE Station. Catholic Student Center. For Cath- 
olic students attending A. & M. University. Revs. 
John D. Frizelle; William Brooks. 103 Nagle st., 
77840. ¢ 713-846-4138. 

San Marcos. Catholic Student Center. Catholic Stu- 
dents attending Southwest Texas State University. 
Rev. Manuel Marrufo, C.M.F., Dir. 600 N. Guada- 
lupe, 78666. ¢ 392-5925. 

TEMPLE. Temple Junior College, 2807 Oakdale, 76501. 
Attended from St. Mary’s Church. 

Waco. Catholic Student Center. For Catholic students 
attending Baylor Univ. 1022 S. 5th st., 76701. Rev. 
Msgr. Edward Rabroker. 


[J] MISSION CENTERS 

Austin. Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission Center. 3 Mis- 
sionary Sisters of Jesus. Mary, Joseph. Sister Maria 
Laserna. M.J.M.J., Supr. Catechetical and Social 
Work. Students 500. 907 Lydia st., 78702. 

Lockxuart. St. Mary’s CCD Center. 1 Missionary Cate- 
chist of Divine Providence; 24 Lay teachers. Cate- 
chetical and Social Work. Students 656. 306 N. 
Blanco, 78644. 

Luuina. St. John’s CCD Center. 2 Missionary Catechists 
of Divine Providence. 10 Lay teachers Catechetical 
and Social work. Students 140. 119 So. Hackberry 
st., 78648. 

Rounp Rock. Pius XIJI Center, Christianity Courses 
(Cursillos). Rev. Elmer Holtman, 1000 McNeil rd., 
78664. ¢ 255-4473. 

SoMERVILLE. St. Ann Mission Center. Oblates of the 
Church. Sister M. John DellaMorte, O.E., Supr. Kin- 
dergarten Pupils 30. P.O. Box 367, 77879. 

Waco. St. Francis Mission Center. 5 Franciscan Daugh- 
ters of Mercy. Sister Catherine Vallespir, F.H.M., 
Supr. Catechetical and Social Work, Kindergarten. 
612 N. Third st., 76702. ¢ 817-753-5565. 


[K] MISCELLANEOUS LISTING 
Austin. Caritas of Austin Inc—Austin office of Catholic 
Charities. 308 E. 7th, 78701. ¢ 472-4135. Clint But- 
ler, Dir. 

Charitable Organizations: The Christ Child Society, 
Ladies of Charity, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Medi- 
cal and Dental Referral Service. 

Montopolis Community Center—1111 Montopolis, 
78741. ¢ 385-3691. Rev. J. Clifford Atwood, C.S.C., 
Dir. 

St. Vincent de Paul Stores. Austin, Round Rock. Tay- 
lor, Temple, Waco, Rosebud, Lockhart. 

Caritas of Waco. 1100 Austin ave., 76702. ¢ 817-753- 
4593. Rev. Eugene Jud, Dir. Ladies of Charity St. 
Vincent de Paul Society and Store 

Serra Clubs. Austin: Rev. Msgr. Edward Matocha; Rev. 
John McCaffrey, Chaplains. Waco: Rev. Msgr. Ed- 
ward Rabroker. 

Mexican American Catholic Alliance—P.O. Box 13327 
Capitol Station, Austin, 78711. Rev. Msgr. Lonnie C. 
Reyes. 

















AUSTIN 


[L] UNCLASSIFIED LISTING 

Austin. 

Association Internationale Des Charities, A.I.C. (In- 
ternational Ladies of Charity, Brussels, Belgium), 
Mrs. Dow King, Jr., Second Vice Pres., 4700 Hillwin 
circle, 78756. ¢ 453-5956. 

Catholic Archives of Texas, N. Congress and W. 16th 
st. P.O. Box 13327, 78711. Sister Dolores, O.P. His- 
torical collection of the Church in the Southwest 
and Texas from 1519. 

Texas Catholic Conference, ¢ 447-4132. St. Edward’s 
University, 78704. Rev. Msgr. John E. McCarthy, 
Executive Dir.; Bro. Richard Daly, C.S.C., Assoc. 
Dir. 

Texas Conference of Churches, 2704 Rio Grande st., 
78705. Rev. Harry E. Winter, O.M.I., Assoc. Dir. ¢ 
512-478-7491. 

KJZT Catholic Women’s Fraternal of Texas, (Non- 
profit organization) P.O. Box 1884, 78767. ¢ 444- 
9586. Mrs. Benita Pavlu, Pres. KJZT NEWS. official 
publication. 

Vess, Volunteers for Educational and Social Services. 
¢ 447-6144. 3001 S. Congress, Austin, 78704. Dir., 
Mr. Archie Gress; Co-Dir., Rev. Walter J. Dalton, 
GS:B: 

LaGrancGe. KJT. Czech Catholic Union of Texas, P.O. 
Box 75, 78945. ¢ 713-968-3640. Amos Pavlik, Pres. 
KJT NEWS official publication, Granger, Texas, 
76530. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN DIOCESE 

The number preceding the title of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section, where further informa- 
tion regarding the Community may be found. 

C.M.F. [14]—Missionary Sons of the Immaculate Heart 
of Mary (Claretian Fathers) (Western Province)— 
San Marcos: St. John the Evangelist; Catholic Stu- 
dent Center, Southwest State Univ. 

C.S.C. [26]—Fathers of the Holy Cross (Notre Dame, 
Ind.) (Southern Province)—Austin: St. Mary’s, St. 
Ignatius Martyr. San Jose, Our Lady of Sorrows. 
San Francisco. St. Edward’s Univ.; Burnet; Killeen; 
Copperas Cove, Hamilton, Gatesville, Marble Falls, 
Westphalia. 





Bish op y po. tessccescncccschencho od cote tee eects cee es 1 
Retired (Bishop! 22-203... 255. hose. ceeorttancesoteesees® 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 86 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ................ 10 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent. ................ 9 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 53 
Religious Priests from your diocese 
in foreign MISSIONS ..........cceeeeeeeeeee 2 
Total’ Priests: of Diocese! wv... wana... 160 
Priests from other diOCeSes ©............c0sceeesees 5 
(Pransitional DEaconsh hs ANS, ...tdhacacesetoass 1 
Permanent, Deacons) kic.. Wik... ickeveseestetetiess 4 
POtal Brothers ay. 4. cha sat se nchsee oc tectoteeteevate 34 
Motal Sistersmae saeco cs ete eee aN eee 190 
PAriSheS sere eset eccheseescecheckectti cel oie ba aos 81 
With resident Pastor  .....scscccc.ssssosscectes 81 
Missions 32 
Stations 6 
Chapels .... 48 
With resident Chaplain ....................-0- 14 





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C.S.C. [8]—Brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross, 
South-West Province, Austin, Texas. Provincial 
House, St. Edward’s University. 

CS.P. [47]—Paulist Fathers (New York).— Austin: St. 
Austin’s, University Catholic Center, Univ. of Tex- 


as. 

M.M.[] Maryknoll Fathers—Mexia: St. Mary’s Church. 

O.M.I. [37]—Oblate Fathers (Southern American Prov- 
ince).—Austin: St. Edward’s University, Our Lady 
of Guadalupe. 

O.P. [48]—Dominican Fathers (St. Albert the Great 
Province)—Austin: St. Edwards Univ; San Saba. 

S.V.D. [20]—Society of the Divine Word (Bay St. Louis. 
Miss.).—Austin: Holy Cross Church; Giddings; 
Waco: St. John the Baptist. 

T.O.R. [24]—Franciscan Fathers (U. S. Foundation, 
Spanish Province).—Waco: St. Francis of Assisi, Sa- 
cred Heart; Temple: Our Lady of Guadalupe. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN DIOCESE 

(18A]—Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the In- 
carnate Word (Houston, Texas).—INSTITUTIONS— 

*« Cameron: St. Edward’s Hospital-Rischar Memorial; 
Austin, Holy Cross Hospital. 

[19]—Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul— 
INstiTuTIONS—Austin: Seton Medical Center, 
Marywood; Waco: Providence Hospital. 

[43C]—Dominican Sisters of the Third Order of St. Do- 
minic (Houston)—ScHoots—Austin: St. Austin’s, 
Sacred Heart; Taylor: St. Mary’s.—INsTITUTIONS— 
Austin: Newman Hall; Catholic Archives of Texas; 
Our Lady of the Convent. 

[43C]—Dominican Sisters (Sinsinawa)—Georgetown: 
St. Helen’s Church. 

[52]—Felician Sisters—ScHoot—Bremond. 

[77]—Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception. 

[90]—Sisters of St. Francis of the Congregation of Our 
Lady of Lourdes (Sylvania, Ohio)—INsTITUTIONS— 
Brenham: St. Jude Hospital; Bryan: St. Joseph’s 
Hospital. 

[115]—Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Cross 
(Southern Vice-Region, Austin)—ScHooLts— Edu- 
cation Programs—Austin, Diocesan Office of the 
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Burnet. Cam- 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 


Non-resident Chaplain ...........:::ceceeee 34 
Students of dioc. in other Seminaries ...... 15 
Total Seminaransy c..scsesessstseosseeeeveace sees 15 
Colleges and Universities ..........:::ssseeeee 1 
WME Tie meer caer Spceatantn sic vavsasesnsetvy sees 1,250 
WOMEN oe eee ero asc conve tesveensaeacccieedtes 869 
LOtARSTUGOTIUS (-etete ceinpncnceedntnt seanemeenens 2,119 
High Schools, Diocesan and Parochial 1 
BOW Siamese erat enet see cae sas cp acaspetasou sence, 140 
GIST icc teeta cerca geo cennsceseaetaterspmecseseee 142 
otal -Stuaen tSamrerceteec cosicc-s etenewazaes cae 282 
Elementary Schools, Parochial ................ 15 
TTOtal Stdd@ntStenatecssteate-scencagcarecarveovics 3,219 
Public School Pupils in Special 
Religious Instruction Classes 
High) School Students 95 csescscocnassnccerase 3,633 
Elementary Students’ ......1..-....-c-reesscc-s- 11,688 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 20,956 
Priests, Teaching (full time) ...........:eeeeeee 3 
Brothers; Neacnitig cee ereeeneae sears drceread 15 


¢ Area Code 512 unless otherwise indicated 





AUSTIN 


eron; Bryan: St. Joseph’s. 

[119]—Sister Servants of the Holy Ghost of Perpetual 
Adoration.—Austin—Adoration Convent and Chap- 
el of Divine Love. 

[129]—Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacra- 
ment (Houston).—ScHoots— Bryan: St. Joseph’s. 

[130]— Congregation of the Incarnate Word and Blessed 
Sacrament (Victoria)—ScHoots—La Grange: 
Sealy. 

[141]—Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. ScHooL— 
Austin: Our Lady of Sorrows. 

[146]—Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco— ScHooc— 
San Marcos. 

[164]—Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary (Monroe. Mich.)—InstiruTion—Austin. St. 
Edward’s University. 

[199]—Sisters of Divine. Providence—ScHoots — 
Fayetteville; Granger; West; Westphalia; Waco: 
Regis Retirement Home; Tours. 

[199]— Missionary Catechists of Divine Providence — 
InstituTIOoNS—Lockhart, Waco, St. Joseph’s, Bren- 
ham. 

[221]—Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet — ScHoots— 
Waco: Assumption, St. Louis, Reicher High. 

[253]— Missionaries of Jesus, Mary and Joseph —CEN- 
TERS—Austin, Our Lady of Guadalupe. 

Franciscan Daughters of Mercy (Mexico) Centers: Waco, 
St. Francis; Austin, Our Lady of Sorrows. 

Catechist Missionary Sisters of St. John (Diocesan)— 
INstTITUTION—Taylor: St. John Bosco Convent. Cen- 
ters: Taylor, Lampasas, Burlington, Rosebud, 
Thrall, Hutto, Thorndale. 

[ ]}—Diocesan Sisters of Austin.—Austin. Oblates of the 
Church (Diocesan) Centers: Somerville, St. Ann’s. 

[ }—Carmelite Sisters—Bryan. 


NECROLOGY 
Kinder, Conrad, Retired—Died Jan. 2, 1978. 
+Montenegro, Steve, Retired —Died Jan. 31, 1978. 
+Sabater, Gregory, Burlington, Tex., St. Michael 
Church—Died Nov. 30, 1978. 
+Witucki, John Paul, Retired—Died May 28, 1978. 





Sisters; Téachin Ge scccetrvetpeeeeenceetecseeenree 60 
Paid Lay Teacherstig cecstoeemens oteaetcccrss as 184 
Total Teachers in diocese ..10.200..2..:0:. 262 
General Hospitalsi(g dvsccsecseasdenece-oncesvestacvesnaes 6 
Bed. capacity 9 taqsssteagt acrsysesoes eects 929 
In-Patients treated annually ................ 36,695 
Out-Patients treated annually _............ 40,887 
Total. Patients, .< sccassancntesseseet-seiretsctnr de 77,582 
Homes for invalid and aged ......:.cscesceees 2 
GuestS.. <.i:tectaeleces Gh otaseaveecpecetceeeeernstncrete 409 
Infant Baptisms 0 i:s.csus-scscetaneasse-esnssncsesvennests 3,428 
Converts... ..:i4.4.1 8 ap ek ay eae ae 367 
Total Baptisms 3,795 
Marriages: Catholic 2 549 
Mixed....3.£).cee:enboSeeeeieees 3 378 
Total Marriages 927 
Deaths c.sevgyiei2e. dh seapeudaesegeaientee a ee eee 960 
Total Catholic Population .....:.::c:ceceeeeeeee 142,550 
Total Population ............. nevecwtntauissnedangs 945,864 














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Diocese of Baker 


(Dioecesis Bakeriensis) 





Most Reverend 
FRANCIS P. LEIPZIG, D.D. 


Former Bishop of Baker. Ordained April 14, 1920; ap- 

pointed Bishop of Baker July 18, 1950; cons. Sept. 12, 

1950; retired May 4, 1971. Res., Portland, Ore., 1400 
N.E. 2nd ave., 97232. 





Un i ao 
COTE a 


Most Reverend 
THOMAS J. CONNOLLY, D.D., J.C.D. 
Bishop of Baker; ordained April 8, 1947; appointed May 


4, 1971; cons. June 30, 1971.— Res., Baker, Oregon, Box 
826, 97814. 


ESTABLISHED June 19, 1903. Square Miles66,826. 


Comprises the counties of Baker, Crook, Deschutes, Gil- 

liam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jefferson, Klamath, 

Lake, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, 

Wallowa, Wasco and Wheeler in the State of Oregon 
with a Total Population of 300,500. 


For legal titles of parishes and diocesan institutions, 
consult the Chancery Office. 





Former Bishops—Rt. Rev. CHARLES J. O'REILLY, D.D.; 
ordained June 29, 1890; appointed June 24, 1903; 
cons. Bishop of Baker City, Aug. 25, 1903; trans- 
ferred to the See of Lincoln March 20, 1918. Most 
Reverend Leo F. Fauey, D.D., ordained May 29, 
1926; appointed Titular Bishop of Ipsus and Coadju- 
tor “cum jure successionis” March 13, 1948: cons. 
May 26, 1948—Died March 31, 1950. Most Reverend 
JosePu F. McGratu, D.D., Assistant at the Pontifi- 
cal Throne, Bishop of Baker City: ordained Dec. 21, 
1895; appointed Dec. 21, 1918; cons. March 25, 1919. 
—Died April 12, 1950. Most Rev. Francis P. Leipzig, 
D.D.; ordained April 14, 1920: appointed Bishop of 
Baker July 18, 1950; cons. Sept. 12, 1950: retired 
May 4, 1971. 

Vicar General —Rev. Msgr. MatrHew M. Crotty, 
J.C.D. P.O. Box 786, Madras, Ore., 97741. 

Chancery Office—Baker and First sts., Baker, Ore. P.O. 
Box 826, 97814. ¢ 503-523-2373. (All applications for 
dispensations. faculties, etc., and all correspondence 
should be addressed: THE CHANCERY OFFICE.) 

Chancellor—Very Rev. CHARLES T. GRANT. 

Diocesan Tribunal— 

Officialis—Very Rev. CHARLES T. GRANT. 
Vice-Officials, Defenders of the Bond and Attorney- 
Advocates— Rev. Msgr. MatrHew M. Crotty, 
J.C.D.; Very Rev. Joseru B. Hayes. 

Pro-Synodal Judges—Very Rev. JosepH B. Hayes; 
Revs. JoHN BAUMGARTNER; TIMOTHY B. COLLINS 
and Henry A. BEEGAN. 

Notary —Very Rev. Rosert E. Srmarp; Rev. JOSEPH 
R. REEVEs. 

Diocesan Senate and Board of Consultors—Rev. Ray- 
MOND Hopp, Pres.; Very Rev. Ropert E. Simarp, 
Vice-Pres.; Rev. CHARLES V. DREISBACH, Sec.-Treas.; 
Revs. MarTIN J. QUIGLEY; BERNARD A. KEATING; 
Austin J. Cripsin and RicHarp O. FISCHER;TIMO- 
THY B. Couns; J. Nort HICKLE. 

Deans—Central: Very Rev. JoHN F. PHELAN; Eastern: 
Very Rev. Geratp W. Connon; Northern: Very 
Rev. JoHN A. O’Brien; Northeastern: Very Rev. 
Henry A. BreEGAN; Southern: Very Rev. JOHN 
BAUMGARTNER; Western: Very Rev. WILLIAM S. 
STONE. 


Diocesan Offices and Directors 
Apostleship of Prayer—Vacant. 


CLERGY, 


CITY OF BAKER 

CATHEDRAL OF St. FRANCIS DE SAEs, Baker Co., Very 
Rev. Robert E. Simard, Rector; Rev. Joseph R. 
Reeves. 
Res., 2235 First st., 97814. [CEM] 
CCD School—Mary Margaret Hansen, Parish Rel. 
Education Dir. 
Missions—Halfway, St. Winifred’s; Unity, St. Jo- 
seph’s. 


OUTSIDE BAKER 
Bend. Deschutes Co., St. Francis of Assisi, Revs. Evan- 


gelist Kelly, O.F.M.Cap; James Harrington, 
O.F.M.Cap. In res., Rev. William Coughlan, 
O.F.M.Cap. 


Res., P.O. Box 987, 494 Lava rd., 97701. ¢ 382-3631. 


Building Committee—Revs. BERNARD A. KEATING; 
Austin J. CRIBBIN; CHARLES V. DREISBACH; RICH- 
ARD O. FISCHER; Rev. MicHaEL Mites, Liturgical 
Consultant. 

Diocesan Office of Religious Education—Most Rev. 
Tuomas J. CoNNOLLY, D.D., J.C.D., Chairman; Sis- 
ter SANDRA Boyp, O.S.F., Director; Sister M. 
CECILIA FRANCIS GRANT, O.S.F., Associate Director. 
P.O. Box 327, Baker, Oregon, 97814. ¢ 523-4877. 

Diocesan Superintendent of Schools —Rev. EVANGE- 
List KELLY, O.F.M.Cap., P.O. Box 987, Bend, Oregon, 
97701 . ¢ 382-3631. 

Church Property, Administration of—Most Rev. 
Tuomas J. CoNNOLLY, D.D., Pres.; Very Rev. 
CHARLES T. GRANT, Sec. 

Priests’ Spirituality Committee—Most Rev. THomas J. 
CoNnNOLLY; Rev. A. RoBerT MILLER, Chrmn; Revs. 
Raymonp H. BEARD; JOHN BAUMGARTNER; BRIAN 
McGovern; MICHAEL MILES. 

Communications—Rev. JOSEPH B. Hayss, Dir., 815 
High st., Klamath Falls, Ore., 97601. 

Director of Campaign for Human Development —Rev. 
A. Ropert Mituer, 815 High st., Klamath Falls, 
97601. 

Director of Catholic Hospitals—Very Rev. CHARLES T. 
Grant, St. Elizabeth Nursing Home, Baker, Ore- 
gon. 

Ecumenical Committee—Most Rev. THomas J. Con- 
NOLLY, Revs. JosepH B. Hayes; Timortuy B. Cot- 
LINS; RAYMOND M. Hopp; CHARLES T. GRANT. 
"Friends of the Catholic University of American” — 
Very Rev. WILLIAM STong, M.A., Dir., The Dalles, 
Oregon. 

Health And Retirement Board—Most Rev. THomas J. 
ConNOLLY, D.D., Pres., ex-officio; Rev. C. V. DREIs- 
BACH, Chairman; Rev. TimotHy COoL.ins, Sec. 
Treas.; Very Rev. JOHN F. PHELAN; Revs. PATRICK 
J. LUNHAM; AUSTIN J. CRIBBIN. 

Historian—Rev. RICHARD GROVES. 

Liturgical Committee—Revs. MicHAEL G. MILEs, 
Chairman: Dennis J. StracHota; Davip J. HAZEN; 
BRIAN J. MCGoveRN; Rev. JOSEPH R. REEVES. 

Priests’ Eucharistic League—Rev. JouN BAUMGART- 
NER, Dir., 4880 Bristol ave., Klamath Falls, Oreg., 
97601. 


School—Sisters of the Holy Names. Sister Jane Hib- 
bard, S.N.J.M., Prin. 
Sisters 3; Lay teachers 5; Pupils 222. 
Mission—Gilchrist, Our Lady of the Snows. 
Burns, Harney Co., Holy Family, Rev. John Brendan 
O’Connor. 
Res., P.O. Box 1073, 97720. ¢ 573-2613. [CEM] 
Mission—Drewsey-Our Lady of Loretto. 
Chiloquin, Klamath Co., Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (Indi- 
an Mission), Rev. Thomas R. Scanlan. 
Res., P.O. Box 369, 97624. ¢ 783-2411. 
Mission—Bly, St. James the Apostle. 
Station—Crater Lake. 
Condon, Gilliam Co., St. John’s, Rev. Raymond M. 
Hopp. [CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 485, 97823. ¢ 384-5271. 


¢ Area Code 503 


Propagation of the Faith —Very Rev. CHARLES T. 
Grant, P.O. Box 826, Baker, 97814. ¢ 523-2373. 
Vicars of Religious—Very Rev. JOHN F. PHELAN; Rev. 

TrmotHy B. CoLiins. 

Vigilance for the Faith, Council for—Rt. Rev. and 
Very Rev. Deans. 

Vocations—Rev. Brian J. McGovern, Saint Mary 
Church, P.O. Box 693, Hood River, 97031.¢ 386- 
6215. 

Youth, Director—Rev. Ricuarp O. Fiscuer, P.O. Box L, 
La Grande, 97850. ¢ 963-5709. 

Bishops’ Advisory Committee—Mr. JOSEPH Burns; Mr. 
JOSEPH E. CARAHER. 

Board of Education: Most Rev. THomas J. CONNOLLY; 
Rev. JosEepH B. Hayes; Rev. WILLIAM S. STONE; Rev. 
EVANGELIST KELLY, O.F.M.Cap.; Sr. WANDA MaRIE, 
S.N.J.M., JANE Hipparp, S.N.J.M.; BARBARA COL- 
LIER, S.N.J.M; Moira FRAWLEY, O.S.F.; Lois WEBER, 
O.S.F.; EstHer ANpDERSON, O.S.F.; THomas Mon- 
TEROSSI; DENNY HOENER; Davip TAYLOR. 

Campus Ministry Apostolate—Rev. HENRY A. BEEGAN, 
414 N. 9th st., Klamath Falls, 97601. ¢ 884-6839. 

Catholic Charities: Mrs. MARGUERITE REED, 2605 Sec- 
ond st., Baker, 97814. ¢ 503-523-2902. 

DPC Steering and Provisional Planning Committee — 
Most Rev. THomMas J. CONNOLLY; Very Rev. MarTIN 
J. QuicLey, Chrmn; Revs. Ropert E. SrMarp; J. 
Noe. Hickie; CHARLES T. GRANT; Srs. GERMAINE 
LoRENz, O.S.B.; JEANNE Nistey, O.S.F.; BERNICE 
Scumipt, O.S.B.; JEAN EBELL; DAviID STIEFVATER; 
Byron HALL; TED YAROSH; DELPHINA STAPLES; AU- 
DREY LONG; JULIA and Rupy Loncoria; Dr. HARVEY 
BENNETT; LEROY GROVER. 

MDI Task Force—(1) Content: Priests’ Senate; (2) Proc- 
ess: Very Rev. JosepH B. Hayes; Rev. Rosert E. 
SIMARD. 

Personnel Committee—Very Rev. JoHN F. PHELAN; 
Chrmn.; Revs. RicHarp J. Conway; TimMotuy B. 
CoLLins; CHARLES V. DREISBACH. 

Priests’ Continuing Education Committee— Most Rev. 
Tuomas J. CONNOLLY; Rev. RicHARD F. GROVES. 
Respect for Life Committee: Very Rev. JOHN F. PHE- 

LAN; Rev. GERALD W. CONDON. 


PARISHES, MISSIONS AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS 


Mission—Arlington, St. Francis; Fossil, St. Cather- 
ine. 

Dufur, Wasco Co., St. Alphonsus’, Rev. P. J. Cletus., 
[CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 395, 97021. ¢ 467-2580. 
Mission—Maupin, St. Mary’s. 

Elgin, Union Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Jocelyn St. Arnaud. 
¢ 437-8101. 

Enterprise, Wallowa Co., St. Katherine’s 67828, Rev. 
Leo F. Weckerle. P.O. Box 370. 
Res., 301 E. Garfield st., 97828. ¢ 426-3043. Mrs. Ted 
Winchel, CCD Coord. [CEM] 
Mission—Wallowa, St. Pius X. 

Heppner, Morrow Co., St. Patrick’s, Rev. John A. O’Bri- 
en. 
Res., 525 Gale st., P.O. Box 633, 97836. ¢ 676-9462. 














BAKER 


Mission—lIone, St. William. 

Hermiston, Umatilla Co., Our Lady of the Angels, Revs. 
Brian McKenna, O.F.M.Cap.; Berchmans 
McCarthy, O.F.M.Cap. 

Res., 565 Hermiston ave., 97838. ¢ 567-5812. 
Missions—Echo, St. Peter’s; Irrigon, St. Patrick’s. 
Mrs. Kathy Sunday, CCD Coord. 

Hood River, Hood River Co., Immaculate Conception, 
Rev. Richard J. Conway. In res., Rev. Brian J. 
McGovern, ¢ 386-6215. 

Res., 1501 Belmont ave., 97031. ¢ 386-3373. CCD 
Coordinator: Candy Armstrong. [CEM] 

John Day, Grant Co., St. Elizabeth’s, Rev. Alfred Fisher. 
[CEM] 

Res., S.W. Canyon Blvd. and 2nd St., P.O. Box 168, 
97845. ¢ 575-1459. 

Missions—Monument, St. Ann; Seneca, St. Charles. 
Station—Longcreek, Ore. Rev. Msgr. George A. 
Murphy, Retired (In res.) 

Jordan Valley, Malheur Co., St. Bernard’s, Rev. J. Noel 
Hickie. 

Res., P.O. Box 186, 97910. ¢ 586-2266. 
Mission—Arock, Holy Family. 

Klamath Falls, Klamath Co., Sacred Heart, Rev. Timo- 
thy J. Mockaitis; Joseph B. Hayes. In res., Rev. 
Msgr. T. P. Casey. 

Res., 815 High st., 97601. ¢ 884-4566. 

CCD School—Sr. Alice Ann, O.S.F., Coord. 
School—Connected with Sacred Heart Academy. 
St. Pius Xth, Very Rev. John Baumgartner; Rev. Ray- 
mond H. Beard, Co-Pastors. In res., Rev. Dennis 

Strachota. 

Res., 4880 Bristol ave., 97601. ¢ 884-4242. [CEM] 
Miss Phyllis Jordan, Religious Education Coordina- 
tor. 

La Grande, Union Co., Our Lady of the Valley, under 
the title of the Immaculate Conception. Very Rev. 
Henry A. Beegan. Rev. Richard O. Fischer. 

Res., 1101 4th st., 97850. ¢ 963-5709. 

CCD School—Sue Carnahan and Julie Roberts, 
Coordinators. 

Missions—North Powder, St. Anthony’s; Union, Sa- 
cred Heart. 

Lakeview, Lake Co., St. Patrick’s, Revs. Patrick J. Lun- 
ham: Dennis Holmes. 


[A] HIGH SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 
KLAMATH FALLs. Sacred Heart Academy, 429 N. 8th st., 
97601. ¢ 884-7545.—Sisters of St. Francis 6; Priest 2; 
Lay teachers 7. Sister Lois Weber, O.S.F., Prin. 
Pupils; Boys 62; Girls 81. 


[B] ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, PRIVATE 

KLAMATH FALLs. Sacred Heart Academy.— Sister Moira 
Frawley, O.S.F., Prin.; ¢ 884-9625 Sisters of St. 
Francis of Philadelphia 5; Lay teachers 4; Pupils: 
Boys 97; Girls 125. 

THE Da.tes. St. Mary’s Academy, 97058.—Sisters of the 
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary 2; Lay teachers 6. 
Sister Wanda M. Jordan, S.N.J.M., Prin. Pupils; 
Boys 74; Girls 75. 


[C] GENERAL HOSPITALS 

Baker. St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, 97814. ¢ 
523-6461.—Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia 7. 
Bill Taylor, Adm.; Sister Martha Rooney, Asst. 
Adm. Bed capacity 50; Patients in year: In 1,981; Out 
10,229. Rev. John Murphy, W.F., Chap. ¢ 523-3838. 

BEenp. St. Charles Medical Center , 97701. ¢ 382- 4321. 
Sisters of St. Joseph 2. Sister M. Kathryn Hellmann, 
C.S.J., Pres. Bed capacity 164. Patients in year: In 
8,116; Out 33,506. Rev. Evangelist Kelly, 
O.F.M.Cap. ¢ 382-3631. 

Ontario. Holy Rosary Hospital, 97914. ¢ 889- 5331.— 
Sisters of the Third Order of St. Dominic 6. Mr. 
Charles J. Smith, Adm. Bed capacity 76; Patients in 
year: In 4,219; Out 23,316. Rev. Cletus Kirkpatrick, 


Bishop cree cscs ove seschecsaueaanstees eateries 1 
Retired Bishops act o<scsccsceesnss8 dos tition sees 1 
Priests: Diocesan active in dioceses .......... 38 
Priests: Active outside dioceses ................ 3 
Priests: Retired, sick, or absent. ................ 3 
Diocesan Priests in foreign missions ........ 1 
Religious Priests resident in diocese ........ 12 

Total Priests of Diocese  ............seece0rs 56 
Priests from other dioceses ...:......s:scsserss0s 3 
Total Sisterg wy cosrisesensccsses segs s0ceendidarcPinan dl 5oonier 95 
Sisters in foreign missions ..............:..:000006 1 
Parishes 2.400 tee oo ea 29 

With resident Pastor. ..45-:cc%: scausepsenerarexe 29 
MUBBIODS eisscesstoc ade hosn cctanciviccce cases 31 
Stations ss sapes saad cosade okt bic cdas sed ab sid 6 
MTA OUR Nicene srassvecnotuennasocasaasvacseacsan inane toner oe 11 

With resident Chaplain ...........0.......0. 6 

Non-resident Chaplain ................:000 5 





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Res., 12 G. st. N., P.O. Drawer 71, 97630. ¢ 947-8741. 
CCD School —Sisters of the Atonement (Graymoor) 
2: 

Madras, Jefferson Co.,St. Patrick’s, Rev. Msgr. Mat- 
thew M. Crotty. 
Res., Madison and J Sts., P.O. Box 786, 97741. ¢ 
475-2936. 
Mission—Warm Springs Indian Reservation, St. 
William’s. 

Merrill, Klamath Co., St. Augustine, Rev. Austin Crib- 
bin. 
Mission—Bonanza, St. Francis Cabrini. 
Res., P.O. Box 340, 97633. ¢ 798-5823. 

Milton Freewater, Umatilla Co., St. Francis of Assisi, 
Rev. Martin J. Quigley. 
Res., Vining at N.W. 10th., P.O. Box 66, 97862. ¢ 
938-5436. 
Mission—Athena, Sacred Heart. 

Nyssa, Malheur Co., St. Bridget of Kildare, Rev. Charles 
V. Dreisbach. 
Res., 504 Locust, 97913. ¢ 372-3133. 
Mission—Adrian, Our Lady of Guadalupe. 

Ontario, Malheur Co., Blessed Sacrament, Very Rev. 
Gerald Condon; Rev. Michael Miles. 
Res., 829 S.W. 2nd ave., 97914. ¢ 889-8469. 
Catechetical School— 
Missions —Baker Co., Huntington, St. Joachim; 
Durkee, Sacred Heart. [CEM] 

Paisley, Lake Co., St. John the Apostle. Attended by St. 
Patrick, Lakeview. 
Missions—Adel. St. Richard, Plush, St. Thomas the 
Apostle. 

Pendleton, Umatilla Co., St. Mary’s, Revs. Timothy B. 
Collins; Richard F. Groves. 
Res., 800 S.E. Court ave., 97801. ¢ 276-3615. [CEM] 
CCD School—Sisters of the Third Order of St. Fran- 
cis. Sr. Therese Bernadette, O.S.F., Coordinator: Sr. 
Regina Francis, O.S.F., Assoc. Coordinator. 

St. Andrew’s Indian Mission, Revs. James P. Hurley, 

S.J.; Joseph Brown, S.J. 
Res., Rt. 1, Box 515, 97801. ¢ 276-6155. [CEM] 

Pilot Rock, Umatilla Co., St. Helen, Rev. A. Robert Mill- 
er. 
Res., P.O. Box 636, 97868. ¢ 443-3151. 

Prineville, Crook Co., St. Joseph’s, Very Rev. John F. 


INSTITUTIONS IN THE DIOCESE 
Chap. 

PENDLETON. St. Anthony Hospital, 97801. ¢ 276-5121.— 
Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia 10. Sister Hel- 
en A. Gaidrs, Administrator; Sister Margaret Mary 
Whelan, Nursing Service Supervisor. Bed capacity 
103; Patients during the year; In 3,075; Out 11,173. 
Rev. James P. Hurley, S.J., Chap. 


[D] HOMES FOR AGED 

Baker. 97814. St. Elizabeth Nursing Home and Resi- 
dence. Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia 23 (Staff 
& Residence). Sister Clare Inez, Supr.; Sister 
Philomena Joseph, Adm.; Rev. Charles T. Grant, 
Chap.; Residents 100. 

PENDLETON. In Conjunction with St. Anthony’s Hospi- 
tal. Skilled Nursing Facility. Beds 25. 


[E] CONVENTS AND RESIDENCES FOR 
SISTERS 
La Pine. Hermitage of Our Lady of the Pines, P.O. Box 
657, 97739. Hermit Sisters of La Pine 2. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF MEN 
IN DIOCESE 
The number preceding the title of the Order refers to 
the Religious Order Section, where further informa- 
tion regarding the Community may be found. 
O.F.M.Cap. [10]—Capuchin Fathers (Dublin Province) 
—Bend; Hermiston. 
S.J. (30]—Jesuit Fathers (Oregon Prov.)— Pendleton; 
Vale. 


RECAPITULATION OF STATISTICS 


Students of dioc. in other Seminaries _ ...... 13 








Total Seminarians.s 41..23.cssseaslepscoessaguandees 13 
High, Schools, Brivates 6... <.15 sas. catvecpSccth toss 1 
BOYS puslistossegeschl canes spans aap deel conning 62 
Lehi Ch Sa ee 81 
Total Students 143 
Elementary Schools, Parochial .................. 1 
otal Studentst....cc3 sod} .ccsutement 180 
Elementary Schools, Private... 2 
BOyS | :s:.5 SgRSS~cte PAR et aetss eof 171 
Girls’ Os teats 200 
Total Students 371 
Public School Pupils in Special 
Religious Instruction Classes 
High School Students ..........:ccceseees 311 
Elementary Students: o2:...-cessescsnczsaceoasere 2,768 
Total Students under Catholic Instruction 4,786 
Sisters; Teaching «%1...0-.caniecastiea 16 


¢ Area Code 503 





BAKER 


Phelan. 
Res., 150 East First, P.O. Box 386, 97754. ¢ 447-6475. 
Redmond, Deschutes Co., St. Thomas’, Rev. Bernard A. 
Keating. 
Res., 526 S. 12th, P.O. Box 247, 97756. ¢ 548-3390. 
Mission—Sisters, St. Edward. 
The Dalles, Wasco Co., St. Peter’s, Very Rev. William S. 
Stone; Rev. Ronald E. Maag. 
Res., P.O. Box 41, 1222 W. 10th st., 97058. ¢ 296- 
2026. [CEM] 
School—Connected with St. Mary’s Academy. 
CCD School—Mrs. Claudia Schon, Coordinator. 
Vale, Malheur Co., St. Patrick’s, Rev. John Kindall, S.J. 
[CEM] 
Res., P.O. Box 730, 97918. ¢ 473-3906. 

Wasco, Sherman Co., St. Mary’s, Rev. Ronald J. War- 
ren. (P) 
Res., P.O. Box 14, 97065. ¢ 442-5496. 
Missions—Antelope, St. Mary’s; Grass Valley, St. 
John the Baptist. 


CHAPLAINS OF INSTITUTIONS 
Kingsley Field: Aux. Chap.: Rev. Dennis J. Strachota. 
St. Pius X, Klamath Falls. ¢884-4242. (also O.I.T. 
Newman Chap.) 


Eastern Oregon State Hospital, Pendleton, Oregon; 
Rev. A. Robert Miller, St. Helen Parish, Pilot Rock, 
Oregon. 


Active outside diocese: Revs. 
Thomas Endel, 1241 W. University dr., Apt. No. 5, 
Tempe, Ariz., 85281. 
David J. Hazen, St. Helen’s Church, Junction City, 
Ore. 
Cornelius Kiely, Parroguia del Santisimo. Rosario 
Casilla 5823, Guayaquil, Ecuador. 


Sick Leave: Rev. 
Leo J. Stupfel. 


Retired: Reverend Monsignors— 
T. P. Casey, Sacred Heart Church, Klamath Falls, 
Ore. 97601. 
George A. Murphy, Longcreek, Ore. 


W.F. [70]— White Fathers—Baker, Hospital. 


RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES OF WOMEN 
IN THE DIOCESE 

[43C]— Dominican Sisters of the Third Order of St. Do- 
minic.—INstTITUTION—Ontario: Holy Rosary Hospi- 
tal. 

[67]—Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement.— Lakeview, 
Catechetical School. 

(73]—Jnstitute of the Third Order of St. Francis, Phila- 
delphia Foundation.—InstituTIoNs—Baker: Dioce- 
san Office of Religious Education; St. Elizabeth’s 
Hospital, St. Elizabeth’s Nursing Home; Klamath 
Falls; Sacred Heart Academy; Pendleton; Catecheti- 
cal School, St. Anthony’s Hospital. 

[138]—Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary.— 
ScuHoots—Bend: The Dalles. 

(221]—-Sisters of St. Joseph—InstituTION— Bend: St. 
Charles’ Hospital. 


NECROLOGY 

tGaire, Patrick J., Msgr., Retired—Died September 6, 
1978. 

+O’Connor, James M., Very Rev., Pilot Rock Ore., St. 
Helen Church.—Died April 3, 1978. 





Paid. Lay Teachers .,.....s...c4:acseeete ee 16 
Total Teachers in di0cese ........cceseesen 32 
General Hospitals .........4.....s:0teaeneeeeeeenne 4 
Bed capacity: ; assccra--n-1q2¢e ee 393 
In-Patients treated annually ............... 17,391 
Out-Patients treated annually _............ 78,224 
Total Patients ¢...::::.<ses-+.osp3-<qn cea 95,615 
Homes for invalid and aged ..........:scceseeee 1 
GUCStS o...csssessncccoeceactasuseeuecen/can een 100 
Infant Baptisms © .........0<.s.s.0s0007..0saiet 721 
COmve sts iscissacesasdeyhethatts dncanateene 154 
Total Baptisms 875 
Marriages: Catholic 114 
Mixed) .. ste i8, :...2388h isabel eee 143 
Total Marriages” 5:.:.s.scocscsasssssestsssens ain 257 
Deathisiée .2....(OS%6...t3 as REE. See ee 263 
Total Catholic Population «0.0.0.2... 25,684 
Total. Population {Ac cnceeunaee 300,500 





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Archdiocese of Baltimore 


(Archidioecesis Baltimorensis) 





Most Reverend 
T. AUSTIN MURPHY, D.D., V.G. 


Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore; Eastern Vicar; Titular 
Bishop of Appiaria; ordained June 10, 1937; appointed 
May 19, 1962; cons. July 3, 1962. Res., 3803 4th st., Bal- 
timore, Md., 21225. 


Most Reverend 
J. FRANCIS STAFFORD, D.D., V.G. 


Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore; Urban Vicar; Titular 
Bishop of Respetta; ordained Dec. 15, 1957; appointed 
Jan. 27, 1976. Res., 120 N. Front st., Baltimore, Md., 
21202. 


Most Reverend 
P. FRANCIS MURPHY, D.D. 


Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore; Western Vicar; Titular 
Bishop of Tacarata; ordained Dec. 20, 1958; appointed 
Jan. 27, 1976. Res., 320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, Md., 
21201. 


His Eminence 
LAWRENCE CARDINAL SHEHAN 


Former Archbishop of Baltimore: ordained December 
23, 1922; appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore, 
November 17, 1945; consecrated December 12, 1945; 
transferred to Diocese of Bridgeport, August 25, 1953; 
appointed Titular Archbishop of Nicopolis ad Nestum 
and Coadjutor Archbishop of Baltimore “cum jure 
sucessionis” July 12, 1961; acceded to See of Baltimore, 
December 8, 1961; created and proclaimed Cardinal 
Priest under the title of S. Clemente in the Consistory 
of Feb. 22, 1965.— Resigned as Archbishop and appoint- 
ed Apostolic Administrator, April 2, 1974. Res., 408 N. 
Charles st., 21201. Office: 320 Cathedral st., 21201. 





Most Reverend 
WILLIAM DONALD BORDERS, D.D. 


Archbishop of Baltimore; ordained May 18, 1940; ap- 

pointed Bishop of Orlando, May 8, 1968; cons. June 14, 

1968. Appointed Archbishop of Baltimore, April 2, 1974; 

installed June 26, 1974. Office 320 Cathedral st., Bal- 
timore, Md., 21201. 


BALTIMORE ESTABLISHED A Diocese Nov. 6, 1789; 
ARCHDIOCESE APRIL 8, 1808. 


Square Miles 4,801 


Comprises the City of Baltimore and Baltimore, Allega- 

ny, Harford, Garrett, Washington, Frederick, Howard, 

Anne Arundel and Carroll Counties, with a Total Popu- 
lation of 2,449,721. 


By a Decree of the Sacred Congregation of the Propa- 
ganda, July 19, 1858, approved by His Holiness, Pius IX, 
July 25, 1858, “Prerogative of Place” was conferred on 
the Archdiocese of Baltimore. By the explicit words of 
said decree of the Holy See the Archbishop of Baltimore 
takes precedence over all Archbishops of the United 
States (not Cardinals) in Councils, gatherings and meet- 
ings of whatever kind of the Hierarchy (in concillis, 
coetibus et comitiis quibuscumque) regardless of the 
seniority of other Archbishops in promotion or ordina- 
tion. Decree signed by Cardinal Barnabo, August 15, 
1858. 


For legal titles of parishes and archdiocesan institu- 
tions, consult the Chancery Office. 





Former Bishops—Most Rev. JoHN Carrot, D.D., 
cons. August 15, 1790; Archbishop, 1808; died Dec. 
3, 1815.—Most Rev. Leonarp NEALE, D.D., cons. 
Dec. 7, 1800; died June 18, 1817.—Most Rev. Am- 
BROSE MARECHAL, S.S., D.D., cons. Dec. 14, 1817; 
died Jan. 29, 1828.— Most Rev. JAMES WHITFIELD, 
D.D., cons. May 25, 1828; died Oct. 19, 1834.—Most 
Rev. SAMUEL EccLesTon, S.S., D.D., cons. Sept. 14, 
1834; died April 22, 1851.—Most Rev. Francis Part- 
ricK Kenrick, D.D., cons. June 8, 1830, Coadjutor 
Bishop of Philadelphia; promoted Aug. 19, 1851; 
died July 6, 1863.—Most Rev. MarTIN JOHN SPALD- 
NG, D.D., cons. Sept. 10, 1848; Bishop of Louisville; 
promoted May 6, 1864; died Feb. 7, 1872.—Most 
Rev. JAMES ROOSEVELT Bay_ey, D.D., cons. Oct. 30, 
1853, Bishop of Newark; promoted July 30, 1872; 
died Oct. 3, 1877.—His Eminence, JAMES CARDINAL 
Gippons, cons. Bishop of Adramyttum Aug. 16, 
1868; trans. to the See of Richmond July 30, 1872; 
promoted to the See of Baltimore, Oct. 3, 1877; creat- 
ed Cardinal Priest of S. Maria in Trastevere. June 
7, 1886; died March 24, 1921.—Most Rev. MICHAEL 
J. Curtey, D.D., cons. June 30, 1914; promoted to 
See of Baltimore Aug. 10, 1921; died May 16, 1947.— 
Most Rev. Francis P. Keoucu, D.D., ordained June 
10, 1916; appointed Bishop of Providence Feb. 10, 
1934; cons. May 22, 1934; promoted to the See of 
Baltimore, Nov. 29, 1947; died Dec. 8, 1961. His Emi- 
nence LAWRENCE Cardinal SHEHAN; resigned Apr. 2, 
1974. 

Vicars General—Most Rev. T. Austin Murpny, D.D., 
V.G., Most Rev. J. Francis StarrorD, D.D., V.G.; 
Most Rev. P. Francis Murpny, D.D., V.G. 

Chancery Office—320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, Md., 
21201. Chancery Office open every week day except 
Saturdays and holidays from 9 a.m. to 5 pm.— ¢ 
301 547-5446. 

Canonical and Theological Consultant—Msgr. PoRTER 
J. Wuite, J.C.D. 

Vicar for Personnel—Bishop P. FraNcIs MurPHY. 

Chancellor—Rev. THoMas J. BAUERNFEIND. 

Vice Chancellor. Rev. G. MicHAEL SCHLEUPNER. 

Consultors: Most Rev. T. AustIN MurpuHy, Most Rev. 
P. Francis Murpuy; Most Rev. J. FRANcIS STarF- 
FORD; Revs. JosePpH M. CoNNOLLY; ANTHONY P. Dzi- 
WULSKI; Ropert G. Hawkins; Reais LarkKIN; 
Epwarp J. Lyncu; A. Jos—EPH MASKELL; JOHN H. 
McCa.iL; Epwarp M. MILLER; Rosert J. Paquet, 


S.J.; Henry J. OFFER; ELMER J. PuTSCHE; Bair P. 
RauM; ALFRED SMITH. 

Pro-Synodal Examiners: Most Rev. T. Austin Mur- 
pHy, D.D., V.G.; Msgrs. JosEpH M. NELLIGAN; JOHN 
J. Day; F. JosepH Manns; Louis J. MENDELIS. 

Parish Priest Consultors: Most. Rev. T. AUSTIN Mur- 
PHY, D.D., V.G.; Msgrs. JosepH M. NELLIGAN, P.A.; 
Joun J. Daty; F. JosepH Manns; Louis J. MENDE- 
LIS. 

Archdiocesan Tribunal Department: Rev. GERALD F. 
West, Officialis. 320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, 
21201. ¢ 727-7777, Ext. 394. Hours: Monday 
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Court of First Instance 

Officialis: Rev. GERALD F. WEstT. 

Vice Officialis: Rev. JEREMIAH F. KENNEY. 

Secretary: Mrs. BEATRICE ALLUISI. 

Defenders of the Bond: Revs. StaNLEY J. ZUKOWSKI; 

Epwarp W. ManaLis; JAMES A. MCENERNEY, SJ. 
Promoter of Justice: Rev. Joun H. McCa tt. 
Pro-Synodal Judges: Revs. THomas J. Hiaains, S.J.; 

THOMAS J. BAUERNFEIND, J.C.L.; WILLIAM A. CoL- 

LINs; Msgr. Leo J. McCormick. 

Judge-Delegate for in Favorem Fidei Petitions: Rev. 
CLEMENT G. Prirnak, C.SS.R. 

Judge-Delegate for Super Rato Petitions: Rev. Jo- 
SEPH F. HEALY. 

Auditors: Revs. JosepH F. HEALY; CLEMENT G. Pir- 
NAK, C.SS.R; Paut K. THoMas. 

Notaries: Mrs.BEATRICE D. ALLuIsI; Mrs. MILDRED D. 
CuRISsT. 

Research Consultant: Rev. JamMes A. McENERNEY, 
S.J. 

Court of Second Instance 

Vice Officialis: Rev. JAMES H. BRENNAN, S.S., J.C.D. 

Defenders of the Bond: Revs. Ropert A. ARMSTRONG; 
Msgr. Epwin A. DeELAwper. 

Pro-Synodal Judges: Msgr. Porter J. Wuire, J.C.D.; 
Rev. JoHn H. McCAL_t. 

Archivist: Rev. JoHN J. TIERNEY. 


Archdiocesan Offices and Directors 
Adult Religion Center (see Catholic Information) 
Adult Religious Education Division: Mr. H. RicHarD 
McCorp, Dir. 320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, 21201. 
Rooms 501-503. ¢ 547-5417. Mr. JAmMeEs M. SHERER, 
Coord. for Development and Training; Miss Mar- 
GUERITE P. GILNER, Coord. for Resources and Pro- 


¢ Area Code 301 


gram Development. 

Aging Division: Ms. JOSEPHINE HiLu, M.S.S.W., Dir., 
320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, 21201. ¢ 547-5521. 
Alhambra, International Order of the—Supreme 
Headquarters, 4200 Leeds ave., 21229. Alcala Cara- 
van No. 16, 2401 E. Fayette st., Baltimore, 21224. 

St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center: 321 E. 25th st., 21213. 
Directors: VINCENT P. QuAYLE; Rev. GrorGE W. 
Bur, S.J. ¢ 235-5770. 

Apostleship of Prayer: Dir.: Rev. W1LL1aAM M. J. Dris- 
COLL, S.J., Loyola College, 4501 N. Charles st., Bal- 
timore, 21210. ¢ 323-1010. 

Apostleship of the Sea: Port Chaplain: Rev. HERBERT J. 
Derwakrt, 1532 EF. Fort ave., ¢ 752-0205. 

Archdiocesan Directory: 320 Cathedral st., Baltimore, 
21201. Official directory of the Archdiocese of Bal- 
timore. Published annually by The Catholic Review. 
Business Manager, ANTHONY L. Horka. Advertis- 
ing Manager, JoHN J. HALLAMEYER. 3.00 a copy. ¢ 
547-5305. 

Archdiocesan Pastoral Council (Se