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You will leave with joy.

and be led away in safety.


Mountains and hills
will break into joyful cries before you.
and all the trees of the countryside
clap their hands.
Cypress will grow instead of thorns.
myrtle instead of briars.
And this wiH make Yahweh famous.
a siqn forever. ineffaceable.
Isaiah 55:12-13
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OFFICE STAFF
of the
CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
1520 West Ninth Street
Los Angeles, California 90015
Telephone 387-7367

Director
Right Reverend Monsignor John K. Clarke

Associate Director
Right Reverend Monsignor Michael Walsh

Assistant Director
Very Reverend Monsignor Leland J. Boyer

Staff Supervisors
Sister Mary John Minetta, S.H.F.
Sister Mary Jane Mast, S.H.F.
Sister Merita Dekat, S.S.S.
Miss Patricia Mansmann
Sister Marie Laux, O.L.V.M.
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Secretaries
Miss Penny Gilpin
Mrs. Peggy Giron
Mr. Louie Rudolph

Clerk
Mr. George Gabison
THE STAFF OF THE CONFRATERNITY OFFICE GREETS YOU .....

A hearty welcome to our magnificent people, from the staff of the Confraternity office.
At this time of our annual gathering, it may be well to set a time for reflection on the
nature of Confraternity work.
There are many disturbing elements in the field of catechetics today, and consequently
many complaints. One should not assume that these complaints are new in the life of the
Church. For history will tell us - and particularly Church history - that the path of the
true believer is journeyed with many difficulties and obstacles. One has only to read the
epistles of St. Paul, and the epistles of St. Peter and St. James, to note the many warn-
ings against those who would indulge in merely the expression of human wisdom to the
detriment of the divine Message of salvation.
As a point of reflection, one may well suggest that we should take a more positive attitude
towards the distractions we meet in Confraternity work today. This attitude will be es-
pecially based on a deep and embracing faith, with a definite knowledge of the work we
are asked to accomplish. St. Paul, in writing to the Philippians, expresses this attitude in
the following language: "Do all that has to be done without complaining or arguing, and
then you will be innocent and genuine, perfect children of God among a deceitful and
underhand brood, and you will shine in the world like bright stars because you are offer-
ing it the word of life" (Phil. 2 :1416).
St. Paul calls for an attitude which is best expressed in what one may term the serenity
in the faith, where there is an assurance that under proper direction, we are making a
contribution to the encouragement of the life of faith.
We realize that in many catechetical texts today there is a diminution or watering down ·
of the content of doctrine, which is being substituted by a methodology in which the pres-
entation of essential truths is clothed in language that is far more sociological than reli-
gious. In the past few months our Holy Father, Pope Paul VI, has warned catechetical
writers and teachers of their duty to preserve the integrity of the truths of faith, and not
yield to the temptation of a humanism which may be superficially acceptable, yet would
exclude the very heart and core of the divine message entrusted to the care of the Church.
In this respect, we may also quote the late Pope John XXIII, who stated at the opening
of the Second Vatican Council in 1962: "The substance of the ancient doctrine of the de-
of faith is one thing, and the way in which it is presented is another. And it is the latter
that must be taken into great consideration, with patience if necessary, everything being
measured in the forms and proportions of a magisterium which is predominantly pas-
toral in character."
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In our reflections we must also consider what the logicians would term the "universe of
discourse." In our Confraternity program, our time with our pupils is so necessarily
limited that the good Confraternity teacher can do nothing more than teach the essentials
of Christian doctrine. From the pedagogical point of view we continually ask ourselves,
what is the pupil achievement on a teaching schedule of a maximum of one and one half
hours per wee~? Very little indeed. A Confraternity teacher must not deprive the children
of God of their spiritual heritage by presenting merely theological views or opinions or
trends, or - worse still - secular or worldly views.
To be true to our calling, a teacher must make certain that the child of God knows in
simple language of his heavenly Father and His Divine Son, Jesus Christ; of the mag-
nificent role of our Blessed Mother; the redemptive role of the Church for all mankind;
the eminent authority of the Holy. Father who is Peter, and - above all - the power of
prayer. How many teachers today make the distinction between teaching prayer and teach-
ing prayers? It is not an easy task in many Confraternity classes, but since prayer is the
universal means of communication with God, a special effort should be made to teach the
children, even as our Lord taught the apostles, how to pray. _/
The objective, then, of the Confraternity teacher, is a devotion to, and emphasis on, the
essentials of Christian doctrine, with the fond hope that through grace and further study
the child will grow in wisdom and grace, even as he grows in age. From the standpoint of
a complete religious education, we do but little, but let us do that little well.
As a conclusion to reflection, we give you a thought from St. Paul's epistle to the Colqs-
sians: "Make sure that no one traps you and deprives you of your freedom by some second-
hand, empty, rational philosophy based on the principles of this world instead of on
Christ." (Col. 2 :8)

RT. REV. MSGR. JOHN K. CLARKE


Director

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CONGRESS INFORMATION

W elcome to the 1969 Los Angeles Archdiocesan Confraternity Con-


gress! To make your participation both enjoyable and beneficial, we
have tried to anticipat e most of the questions that may arise, and
provide "the answers" in this program. Please keep the program
with you throughout the Congress for easy reference.
PARKING:
All who live at the hotel during the Congress will park free. All
others should have parking tickets validated at our C.C.D. registra-
tion desk, thereby providing a discount for each day's parking. Self
parking, 50c; valet parking, $1.00.
IF YOU ARE STAYING AT THE HOTEL:
If you have not yet done so, we would ask you to check into your
rooms as soon as possible after arriving. Payment for hotel rooms
must be made at checking-out time. The hotel will NOT bill' any
parish or individual.
TIME SCHEDULES:
Times of sessions and workshops have been "staggered" to help
ease the lunch problem!
GENERAL ASSEMBLIES:
In addition to the sessions (workshops) of your choice, you - and
all Congress participants - should attend the General Assemblies
which will be held in the Hotel Ballroom. Page 5 of this program
gives· detailed information concerning speakers, etc. at each General
Assembly. You do NOT need a special ticket to attend these Assem-
blies.
MASS:
Community Mass will be celebrated in the Ballroom on Saturday
evening at 5 :45 p.m. and on Sunday morning at 9 :00 a.m. Commun-
ion wm b.e distributed at the Masses.
RESTAURANT FACILITIES:
Within the International Hotel, Congress participants will find two
excellent restaurants: the Hunt Room on t he first floor, and the
Penthouse Restaurant. Both offer good food. In addition, the hotel
also has a splendid Coffee Shop that serves full meals as well as
snacks.
INFORMATION:
On the second floor of the hotel, you will find the Congress Inf orma-
tion Desk. Questions and inquiries can be made at this desk, and
messages picked up or left.
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For all Congress Participants

GENERAL ASSEMBLIES

(General Assemblies and Community Masses will be held in Ballroom)

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 21st at 7:30 p. m.:


Opening: SING OUT - SAN FERNANDO VALLEY SINGERS,
affiliated with UP WITH PEOPLE, INC.
Coordinator: Mr. David Lawrence
Presiding: Rt. Rev. Msgr. John K. Clarke
Chairmqn: Mr. Robert B. Harte
Speaker: Mr. Donald E. Crevoiserat
"FAITH, JOY AND ACTION!"

SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 22nd at 9:00 a. m.:


Presiding: His Eminence, James Francis Cardinal Mcintyre
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SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22nd at 8:30 p. m.:


Presiding: His Excellency, Most Reverend John J. Ward
Chairman: Mr. William Sassaman
Speaker: Reverend Francis Filas, S.J.
"WHO'S THE BOSS, YOU OR YOUR CHILDREN?"

SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23rd at 9:00 a. m.:


COMMUNITY MASS
Celebrant: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Michael Walsh
Homily: Very Rev. Msgr. Lawrence O'Leary,
Director of Lay Mission Helpers,
Propagation of the Faith

(Please note: there will be no General AssMnbly


Sunday afternoon, February 23)

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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22nd

The Time THE WORKSHOP Course No. Location

10:30 a. m.· THE SOUND OF MUSIC ·ELEMENTARY 214 Rose Room


12:30 p. m. Sister Charlene Reagan, D.M.J .
Chairman : Mrs. John T. Wolf
10:30 a. m.· DEVELOPING CHRISTIAN PERSONALITY 215 Room 1219
1:30 p. m. FOR LEADERSHIP
Reverend Hubert Voight, O.S.B.
Chairman : Mrs. John H. Keber
10:30 ct. m.· IS A PUBLIC RELATIONS TEAM ESSENTIAL 216 Room 1232
12:30 p. m. FOR A PARISH AND HOW IS ONE
ESTABLISHED?
Sister Georgianna Cahill, S.S.S.
Mrs. Raymond Kulvicki
Chairman : Mrs. Mary Adams
12:00 to SACRED SCRIPTURE IN HIGH SCHOOL 217 Ballroom #2
2:00 p. m. TE A.CHING AND DISCUSSION
Reverend Iirnatius Hunt, O.S.B.
Chairman : Mr. Charles Niemoeller
12:00 to ECUMENISM: WHAT IS IT? 218 Room 1224
1:00 p. m. Reverend Aun1stine Flood, O.S.B.
Chairman: Dr. I-fonry Raach
12:00 to SPIRITUAL STATURE OF THE 219 Room 1250
1:00 p. m. CCD WORKER
Reverend Conell Dowd, C.P.
Chairman : Mrs. Emile Clark
12:30 to PANEL OF TEENS 220 Blue Room
2:30 p. m. Mr. Timothy Brunet
Chairman : Mr. Raymond Arroyo
12:30 to THE REFORMATION AND THE CHURCH 221 Room 1262
2:30 p. m. IN MODERN TIMES
Very Rev. Msgr. Michael Lucid
Chairman: Mr. Norman Wendell
12:30 to THE CHILD · FOURTH TO SIXTH GRADES 222 Regency Room
2:30 p. m. Sister Damien Paulson, O.P.
Chairman: Mrs. Robert J. McConlogue
1:00 to TIPS FOR CATECHISTS: GETTING THE 301 Room 1209
3:00 p. m. MOST OUT OF TEXTS AND MANUALS OF
THE REVISED "ON OUR WAY" SERIES
Sister Mary Laetitia Bordes, H.H.S.
Chairman : Mrs. Karol J. Bobko
1:00 to THE DILEMMA OF DOCTRINAL DEVELOP- 302 Rose Room
3:00 p. m. MENT AND THE CHRISTIAN OF
TOMORROW
Reverend Patrick Thompson
Chairman: Mr. William Figueroa
1:00 to GROUP DYNAMICS FOR ADULT 303 Room 1250
3:00 p. m. EDUCATION
Mr. Oliver Sims
Chairman: Mr. Leo Van Oudeusden

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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22nd

The Time THE WORKSHOP Course No. Location

1:00 to IDEAS FOR A MORE EFFECTIVE PARISH 304 Gold Room #5


2:45 p. m. ELEMENT ARY SCHOOL RELIGION
PROGRAM
Mrs. Ralph Fortezzo
Chairman: Mrs. Dale Bowman
1:00 to SPECIAL ACTIVITIES 305 Press Room
3:00 p. m. Mrs. Charles Kerrigan
Chairman: Mrs. Roy Burton
1:00 to PREPARING FOR THE SACRAMENT OF 306 Ballroom #3
2:45 p. m. PENANCE
Reverend Anthony Leuer
Chairman: Mrs. William Cahill
1:00 to BEGIN WITH BABIES 307 Room 1224
3:00 p. m. Mrs. John Harrison
Chairman: Mrs. Elton Hayes
1:30 to DISCUSSION TECHNIQUES WITH TEENS 308 Gold Room #1
3:15 p. m. Sister Dorothy Donnelly, C.S.J. of 0.
Chairman: Mr. Brian Moore
1:30 to DEVELOPING "COMMUNITY" IN 309 Gold Room #3
3:30 p. m. PARISH APOSTOLATE
Sister Jean Marie Renfro, S.S.S.
Chairman: Mrs. Emile Clark
2:00 to HOW TO KEEP CCD VOLUNTEERS 310 Room 1232
4:00 p. m. ENTHUSIASTIC AND INVOLVED
Mr. Mel Kimmel
Chairman: Mr. Frank G. King
2:00 to SEEING IS BELIEVING 311 VIP Room
5:00 p.-m. Sister Rose Miller, 0.L.V.M.,
Sister Georgianna Baca, O.L.V.M.
Chairman: Mrs. Richard Rosene
2:00 to CULTURAL SITUATIONS FOR THE 312 Room 1219
3:00 p. m. DEPRIVED
Reverend Benjamin Franzinelli
Chairman: Mrs. John Malloy
2:30 to THE TEACHER IN THE CLASSROOM 313 Ballroom #2
3:30 p. m. Mrs. V. J. Pieroni, Jr.
Chairman: Mrs. Moira Brady
2:30 to CREATIVITY AND THE TEACHER· FOUR 314 Ballroom #1
4:15 p. m. STEPS TO CREATIVE TEACHING
Howard R. Delaney, Ph.D.
Chairman: Mrs. Thomas Plunket
3:00 to ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 315 Ballroom #3
5:00 p. m. Reverend Elden Curtiss
Chairman: Mr. Verne Boyer
3:00 to UNDERSTANDING RELIGIOUS ART 316 Gold Room #5
5:00 p. m. Sister Regina Buchholz
Chairman: Sister Julie Ziocchi, F.C.S.P.
3:00 to THEOLOGY AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC 318 Room 1201
5:00 p. m. Reverend Peter Nugent
Chairman: Mrs. Mary DuPuis

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2Srd

The Time THE WORKSHOP Courae No. Location

11:00 a. m.- HOW TO CONDUCT A HIGH SCHOOL 415 Room 1209


1:00 p. m. RETREAT OR HOW TO CONDUCT A IUGH
SCHOOL DAY OF SPIRITUAL RENEWAL
Reverend George Seeber, S.J.
c 4uJ;r1rrU)ln: Mr. Peter Boron
11:00 a. m.- HOW CAN A PUBLIC RELATIONS OR 416 Room 1232
1:00 p. m. HOME VISITORS PROGRAM BE
EFFECTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE?
Sister Mary Phyllis McCarthy, S.S.S.
Chairman : Miss Rosemary Reich
11:30 a. m.- COMMUNICATIONS INSIGHTS - IT'S OG'S 417 Gold Room #5
1:30 p. m. FAULT
Mr. Ivar M. Holliday
Chairman: Mr. Ronald J. Hall
12:00 noon- DEVELOPING A SENSE OF WONDER IN 418 Rose Room
1:45 p. m. OURSELVES AND IN OTHERS
Sister Maria Margarita Jimenez,
C.S.J. of 0.
Chairman: Mrs. William Giskaas
12:00 noon- PARENTS, CHILDREN. AND VALUES 419 Press Room
2:00 p. m. Reverend Francis Filas, S.J.
Chairman: Mrs. George Nason
12: 15 to RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS ON 420 Room 1201
2:00 p. m. HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL
Mr. Verne Boyer
Chairma:n: Mr. Jesse Smith
12:30 to SACRED SCRIPTURE IN THE ELEMENTARY 421 Ballroom #2
2:30 p. m. GRADES
Reverend I~natius Hunt, O.S.B.
Chairman: Mrs. Robert Uhl
12:30 to OPERATION OF THE NEWLY 422 Gold Room #l
2:15 p. m. STRUCTURED PARISH CCD BOARD
Mr. Robert Mackey,
Mr. Robert B. Harte,
Mr. William Parsons,
Mr. Stephen Riordan
Chairman: Mrs. Gerald R. Meller
12:30 to THE REEL WORLD FOR GRADE SCHOOL 423 Room 1262
2:30 p. m. Roa Kraft Birch,
Miss Helen Jacobs
Chairman: Mrs. Edmund J. Grimes
12:30 to THE CHILD • FIRST TO THIRD GRADE 424 Regency Room
2:30 p. m. Sister Margaret Clare Borchard, C.S.J.
Chairman: Mrs. James P. Campbell
12:30 to THE ART OF CLASSROOM DELIVERY - DO 425 Gold Room #3
2:30 p. m. YOU SPEAK EFFECTIVELY?
Panel: Mrs. Eugene MacDonald,
Mrs. Patricia Ferracone, Mrs. Tracy Priest,
Mrs. Al Honch, Mrs. G. Mimiaga,
Mrs. Judson La Haye
Chairman : Mr. Frank Bien
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SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 23rd

The Time THE WORKSHOP Course No. Location

3:00 to CREATIVITY AND THE TEACHER - FOUR 513 Ballroom #2


5:00 p. m. STEPS TO CREATIVE TEACHING
Howard R. Delaney, Ph.D.
Chairman: Mr. John Supencheck
3:00 to THE DILEMMA OF DOCTRINAL DEVELOP- 514 Rose Room
5:00 p. m. MENT AND THE CHRISTIAN OF
TOMORROW
Reverend Patrick Thompson
Chairman: Mr. Joseph O'Meara
3:00 to UNDERSTANDING RELIGIOUS ART 515 Room 1262
5:00 P• m. Sister Regina Buchholz
Chairman: Mrs. H. Joseph Hernandez
3:00 to BEGIN WITH BABIES 516 Gold Room #3
5:00 p. m. Mrs. John Harrison
Chairman·: Mrs. Elton Hayes
3:00 to IS A PUBLIC RELATIONS TEAM ESSENTIAL 517 Room 1219
5:00 p. m. FOR A PARISH AND HOW IS ONE
ESTABLISHED?
Sister Georgianna Cahill, S.S.S.
Mrs. Raymond Kulvicki
Chairman: Mr. Paul Collins
3:00 to THEOLOGY AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC 518 Room 1224
5:00 p. m, Reverend Peter Nugent
Chairman: Mr. Robert Bruder
3:30 to ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 519 Ballroom #l
5:30 p. m. Reverend Elden Curtiss
Chairman: Mr. Raymond Arroyo
3:30 to SEX EDUCATION FOR THE TEENAGER 520 Ballroom #3
5:30 p. m. Reverend Francis Filas, S.J.
Chairman: Mr. Brian Moore
3:45 to PSYCHOLOGY OF ADULT EDUCATION 521 Gold Room #1
5:30 p. m. Reverend Jerrold M. Novotney, Ed.D.
Cha'i!rmwn: Mr. Joseph DeRisio
3:30 to THE CHILD - FOURTH TO SIXTH GRADES 522 Regency Room
5:30 p. m. Sister Damien Paulson, O.P.
Chairman: Mrs. James P. Campbell
3:30 to COMMUNICATIONS INSIGHTS - IT'S OG'S 523 Gold Room #5
5:30 p. m. FAULT
Mr. Ivar M. Holliday
Ch.airman: Mr. Michael G. Grindey
3:30 to A POSITIVE APPROACH TO NEW 524 Press Room
5:30 p. m. CATECHETICS
Sister Mary Anne Connell, S.N.J.M.
Chairman: Mr. William Breen
3:30 to SPECIAL ACTMTIES 525 Room 1232
5:30 p. m. Mrs. Charles Kerrigan
Chairman: Mrs. James O'Brien
4:30 to CULTURAL SITUATIONS FOR THE 526 Room 1201
5:30 p.m. DEPRIVED
Reverend Benjamin Franzinelli
Chadnnam.: Mrs. John F. Knapp, Jr.
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FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT
February 23

ENTRANCE ANTIPHON
He shall call upon Me, and I will answer him; •
I will deliver him and glorify him; *
with length of days I will gratify him. *
(Ps.) You who dwell in the shelter of the Most High, •
shall abide in the shadow of the Almighty. •
Glory be to the Father, etc.
He shall call upon Me, and I will answer him; •
I will deliver him and glorify him; •
with length of days I will gratify him. •

HYMN BETWEEN THE READINGS


To His Angels God has given command about you, •
that they guard you in all your ways. *
Upon their hands they shall bear you up, *
lest you dash your foot against a stone.

TRACT
(Will be sung by the chanter of the Mass)

RESPONSE TO PETITIONS
Hear us we beg of You.

OFFERTORY ANTIPHON
With His pinions the Lord will cover you. *
and under His wings you shall take refuge; •
His faithfulness is a buckler and a shield.

COMMUNION ANTIPHON
With His pinions the Lord will cover you. •
and under His wings you shall take refuge ; •
His faithfulness is a buckler and a shield.

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CANTICLE
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3. The Al- mighty has done wonders for me, 3
4. From age to age is his mercy 4
5. He shows the might of his arm s
6. He casts down the mighty from their thrones6
7. The hungry he fills with good things 7
8. He gives help to Israel, his servant,8
9. The mercy he promised to our fathers, 9
10. All praise to the Blessed Trinity 10

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4. to [ ] those who fearhim.5
5. and [ ] sca t ters the proud of heart. 6
6. and [ ] rai ses up the lowly. 7
7. and the [ ] rich he sends a- way empty. 8
8. who re-[ ] members his mercy. 9
9. to Abraham and all his pos- teri- ty for- ever. LO
10. both [ ] now and for- ever. A- men.

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6. Whose Fa - th er is the same.

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PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING
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3. So on earth thy will be done.

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EXHIBITORS
(listed alphabetically)
ALLYN & BACON. INC·- -- -················---···-·· Ralston P ark, Belmont, Calif. 94002
Representative: Mr. Charles W. Wingert, 4359 Bloomfield Dr.
San Jose, Calif. 95124
DAVID C. COOK PUBLISHING CO ....-.. _ 830 North Grove St., Elgin, Illinois 60120
Representatives: Mr. William Noller, 2485 Paloma St.
Pasadena, Calif. 91104
Mr. Lawrence Davis, 300 South Grand Ave.,
Anaheim, Calif. 92804
E. R. MOORE COMPANY OF CALIF. ___ ___ 1641 North Allesandro St., Los Angeles,
California 90026
Representatives: Mr. R. D. C w. r din; Mr. Jerry Weisman;
Mr. David Lewis ; r. Phil Hunter
(all company adtlress)
HOLT. RINEHART & WINSTON. INC. ____ (JOY PUBLICATIONS, INC.)
25 Groveland Terrace, Minneapolis,
Minnesota 55403
Representative: Mr. Theodore J. Peitrzak, 1281 E. Santa Ana St.,
Anaheim, California 92805
J. D. AUDIO VISUAL_..... ............................ 1700 East Walnut St., Pasadena, Calif. 91106
Representative: Mr. Kenneth Dymmel, 184 North Boodie St.,
Pasadena, Calif. 91106
MARYKNOLL PUBLICATIONS ___ .... ---··--··· ---·· Maryknoll, New York 10545
Representative: Mr. Charles J. MacDonald (company address)
O'CONNOR'S RELIGIOUS GOODS. INC. 3720 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego, Calif. 92105
Representative: Mr. Jerry Heying (company address)
PAULIST PUBLICATIONS ____ ___--.. --- ----- --·-- __ 17575 Pacific Coast Highway,
Pacific Palisades, Calif. 90272
Representative: Miss Eleanor M. McGrath (company address)
PAULIST NEWMAN PRESS. ___ __ .................. 21 Harristown Rd., Glen Rock, N. J. 07452
Representative: Mr. John Grace, 1804 Calle Laticia,
San Clemente, Calif. 92672
GEO. A. PFLAUM, PUBLISHER ................... 38 West Fifth St., Dayton, Ohio 45402
Representative: Mr. Cyril J. Grady (company address)
PHOTO & SOUND COMPANY .................... 870 Monterey Pass Road,
Monterey Park, Calif. 91754
Representatives: Mr. Warren L. Faust,
Mr. Carroll Newcomb
(both company address)
ROA'S FILMS __.. __ __........................................ 1696 North Astor St., Milwaukee, Wis. 53202
Representatives: Roa Kraft Birch
Miss Helen M. Jacobs
(both company address)
WILLIAM H. SADLIER. INC. ______ ___ ____ __ ____ .. __ 11 Park Place, New York, New York 10007
Representative: Mr. James E. Thompson, P. 0. Box 565,
Corona, Calif. 91720
SILVER BURDETTE COMPANY _____________ ___ ____ Park Avenue & Columbia Road
Morristown, New Jersey 07960
Representative: Mr. Robert Larwood, 34045 Pequito Drive,
Dana Point, Calif. 92629
ST. FRANCIS PRODUCTIONS __ __ _., __ ............. 1229 South Santee St., Los ngeles, Calif. 90015
Representative: Sister Teresina, O.S.F. (company address)
STATIONERS CORPORATION.... ................ 525 South Spring St., Los Angeles, Calif. 90013
Representative: Mr. Harold Hall (company address)

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