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THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK XXXV LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, JUNE 21, 1946 NO. 24 @ el T .... ay press ve an eremon in man raphies Priests Listed Rock.---Given here are of the priests or- the class of 1946. ts are listed in senior- are shown from left on the class pictures. Francis J. Ja~sko Little Rock Diocese Francis J. Janesko, son Janesko and the late Janesko of Slovactown, was ordained to the on Saturday, in St. Andrew's Cathed- Rock, Arkansas, by the Albert L. Fletcher, G., Aux. Bishop of Little Ordaining Prelate. Janesko celebrated his High Mass on the Christi, Thursday 20, at ten o'clock Cyril and Methodius Slovactown. the Most Rever- L. Fletcher, D.D., Aux- of Little Rock was and delivered tha sermon John F. McBarron, SS. Cyril and Methodius as the Assistant the Mass. The Rev. brother of lhe and Pastor of St. Church, West Memphis, assisted as Deacon. The was the Roy. George A. St. John's Church, Ark. Another brother John A1- who has just com- training at y, was the Mas- of Father Janesko embraced the religious attended his Ordination Mass. They are Mary Alice, R.S.M., Mary Mercia, R.S.M., ;ed in the Order of the a native of Ark- in Slovactown on 16, 1921. He attended and Methodius Paroch- Best Wishes ial School, from which he was graduated in 1935. After spending a year at Subiaco Academy, Fa- ther Janesko entered St. John's Home Missions S6minary, in Sep- tember of 1937. Here Father Janeako received his preparatory training and in 1941 was advanced ;to the Major Seminary where he completed his Philosophical Stu- dies and received the Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1943. He then con- tinued his studies becoming pro- fessed in the Science of Sacred Theology upon the completion of which he entered upon his holy retreat for the Sacred Priesthood of Christ. andidates Have Proven gan, Assistant Pastor of the Holy Family Church, New Philadel- phia, Pa., served as Subdeacon. The Rev. Joseph F. King, Pastor of St. Cecilia's Church, Newport, Arkansas was the Master of Cere- monies. The sermon was preach- ed by the Roy. Francis J. Murphy, J. C. L., an alumnus of St. John's Home Missions Seminary and a priest of the Raleigh, Diocese who is engaged in post-graduate stu- dies at the Catholic University of America, Washinfflon, D. C. Mes- srs. John McNamara. Bernard Trinity and David Morrison, stu- dents of St. Charles Seminary, Overbrook, Pa., who are seminar- Themselves Worthy Alter IMany Years Of Trainin Last Saturday in St. Andrew s Cathedral, five young men were ordained to the Sacred Priesthood. Three of these men have been students of St. John's Home Missions Seminary and two are monks of Subiaco Abbey. They were raised from the ranks of the laity some years ago at the beginning of their theological training when the First Clerical Tonsure was con- ferred upon them. As the years passed and they proved 'them- rom Priest: Are Ord kined Subiaco.--Two Candidates or- dained to the Holy Priesthood at Rt. Andrew's Calhedral in Little Rock last Saturday are members nf the Benedictine Order fxom New Subiaco Abbey. Thej are Rev. David Flusche, O.S.B. and Rev. Leo Koesler, O.S.- S., both natives of Texas. The selves worthy candidates for the Priesthood, the Minor Or- ders of Porter, Lector, Exorcist and Acolyte were bestowed upon them. Near the close of their seminary training they received the first two Major Orders of Subdiaeo~aate and Deaconate. The Rite of O~- dinatien to the Priesthood, in which they took part is one of the most impressive and most in- spiring rites in the Roman Liturgy. Immediately before the Epistle of the Pontifical Mass, the "Ordi- nandi" (those to be Ordained) are each called by name and each re- sponds, "Adsum" (I am present). The candidate is here reminded that his ordination is definitely a calling, a choice on the part of God: "Ye have not chosen Me, but I have clmsen you". , When the Archdeacon has as- : sured the Bishop of the worthiness of the candidates and the Bishop has given the Ordinandi a short instruction on Holy Orders, all kneel while th~ candidates lie prostrate on the sanctuary floor. The Litany of the Saints is in- toned: the while church joins in the petitions to the saints and angels of Paradise that they may intercede at the h~avenly throne for these men about to be ordained. At the conclusion of the litany t2ae most august part of the cere- mony takes place, "the imposing of hands". The Bishop places his hands upon the head of each candidate. All the priests pres- ent come forward and place their hands upon the Ordinandi. The Sacramental ch'aracter is now upon the souls of the Ordinandi. I Tiley are "priests forever accord- ~g to the Order of Melchisdech". olding his right hand extended over the new priest, the Bishop prays: "Let us pray, dearly be- loved brethren, to God, the Fa- ther Almighty, th'at He may mul- tiply heavenly gifts upon these His servants whom He has chosen for the office of ' . runs from Our I ady of the Rosar the pmesthood I 'After a sl~rt vacation with his ~ " ~ " " Y May the- b" His h " " Parish along with the Parish A1 ~ Y Y eip accompnsn family,--a family of six children, Pictured above with the Most Rev Bishop, John B Morris are tar B .... fill,~ +~, .... ,~j ...." what they undertak a '. [~tve of which have answered the the 1946 graduates of St. John's Home Missions Seminary which.y? ..................... ~ .... ~ .... : ............ e t. Ills call of their Saviour--Father Jane- Bishop Morris founded Left to ri,ht top row, Rev Francis J or omces of the Mass. Music for ~o~,uus can. xnrougr~ christ our I sko will join his brother in the Janesko, Rev. Francis A." McCarthyg ~everend Martin" E Busby," the Mass was furnished by Our unut~d: .... this time the Ordi " of Fine Photographs' I ranks of the Sacerdotal Arm4g of Rev. Joseph J. Enderlin; bottom row, Rev. Clarence P. Reisdorff," Lady of the Rosiny.- Boys Choir h'~s~, been. ,ve~eu ........ m amlce,nandlalD Claret m the Mlssmnary Dmcse e Bishop Moires and Rev Andrew J Gonda under the direction of MI Eugene cmcttue to1,~,,~ ,~,-----,,- ~ ' ', . '. " M. Sulhvan. rying 'a' fol~]ed~'c'lmsu~b~e~lo'l car Telephone 4-1193 lot Lltlle Rock tmg, June 11 at the Immaculate Pa., on Sunday, June 16 at 11 A native of Philadel,,hi, ~-*~,-~- let ............ a. h ls Rev ~*.~,--~-'A ~r~c~.,h., I Conception Shrine Chapel, Wash- o'clock. The Rev Francis J. Healy ~,~.,~ ......... " a, ~-.~,,,~. ~,_~ ~,~,:, anaa canam in his right , ........ ~ ........ ...... - I in=ton D C The Most Rever.m,~ a.~,~.4...+^_ ~, r~_. ,_.,.. _, ,~._ ' ........ .y ~u~ uorn aanuary za, ~ec lttlles Ol ur0tlnallon on page 4 ~hl " . Raleigh Diocese ~" , ~. ........... ~,,,~, u.L ,,...~. ~uuy u.~ me 192,0. He at~enoed Our Lady of dlo, 305 Mare St. I ........... [John M. McNamara, D.D., Auxl- Rosary Church acted as Assistant the Rosary Paroeb;-~l ~1,,,1 ,,, ~,~ ~,~,,.N~-~ , ' I Mr~ amers. John~V~Ct':artny'j. McCarthySn OZofMr.160ana I liarYN, l in~, Prelatef Baltimore was the Ordain- .... Priest. The Office of Deacon was elemental:Y traln~In~a~acl'~laer~co'm,~ . I s zmed by the Rev Francis J Trot,leted three ears at t D^-~,- ~ , ~ 1 6 ~t Street, West Philadelphia, Pa., I - .. ~" .... " " ' " P Y he West -,~,~K ~rK~s ~'au~er ~vtc~army sang h~s F~rst Assist~nt Pas'orof S ' land a priest for the Diocese of] Solemn Mass " ' "' ; ' t. Paul sPhiladephia Catholic High School. T A T E [Raleigh, was ordained ~o the Sa- at Our Lady of the Church, New Bern, North Caro-He was a student at St Charles _ ~ cred Priesthood on Tuesday morn-lRosary Church, West Philadelphia, lina. The Re,,. Joseph P. Kerri-See BIOGRAPHIES on ;age 8 LOAN SHOP | -- .. II Rev. t~vid I,'lusette, O.S.B.] I n.. Ureetmgs '-. : I1 -- . (Above) _ Luggage, Sporting Goods | I rmmres l'rames [I tev. ,eo xoesmr, O.S.B. | , (Below) Clothing, Musical i Arkansas I o,,, ,,,, | | r ~ * - o I', .. . ~-~ | [ their biographies follow, lnstrumA.,,. ! upholstering ~ uaDlnet uompany I I The Rev. Duvid Flusehe, O.S.B. : .... , II Father David is a son of Mr. i ~Jewelr 4 | 4 ............. I land Mrs. Anton Fhlsche, of Dent- ' Y ! uu ~enter otreet /*none ,~'rl I I son, Texas, where lie was born on ', pu~m~. ~,~,~., ongratulatiOns and Best Wishes to Bishop J. B. Mor- . is D D Submco Academy After g~adua ansas ", .., and !he young men of the Class of 194 who I}}l ...... Congratulatlon: I[[[ [tion'L-om thd :madem~li~ ~iorked ' i , ........ ,.3 .....3 &~ a.l^., .,..._'_-a.l__.. _~ ~ _ ~_ t"~_.s_ ..... ~ ,]/I " Illl I in a Denison bank for two and a were uruum~u ~o the pz'ms nooo las a urctay. tile ana ,., Ill[ Ihalf years. In 1940 he entered the ' ,~ . till ~bbey novitiate. . IHI "'~ Best Wishes X'~ ~ ~It Having distin~mish,~ himself in t lya , ]Ill Iclassica] studies in ~he academy, | ~ 1211~.!~11~t1,~ . . till tand. ~vith two years or more of J. ~.. I~r.~'~l~I ~1 II[I I I III~ ~ I~P~l tltl Ivamea experience in banking to -'- -" I ~ m.---- m" " II I~I I ~" II1,1 I give hi~*~ n mare mature prospec- I[ll n II ~ ~ ll~ II Itll I~i,'e, Father David soon became g kltl Iknown as an outstanding student Ill] I~] lin the philosophy department of Bar-B-Cu~ - t IHI I the abbey seminary. He is Doses- -- z mR, [] Jill Ised of a fluid style in Englisla com- , I = " = = " W---'~ ~"--" ~'--'~ llll IPosition, and is a regular contrib- And l-,-.,-hes i lilt I I~l I| --=- i IJll [~ator to tLe abbey monthly, anti .... ~ :,~ / IIII ~ IX ~ ~ ~V* IIII siona, writer for other " PHONE 9111 ' i 42 t :" Itll Rock Arkansan Jill Iclnizing that resulted in the " Little Rock Arkansas , ~ I founding of four now thriving i = ~,~ ":" " ":; ' --- -'' ' ~ lsee SUBIACO on page5 ]~