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POST-GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 21,2014 Page 5 Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne A Frank De Pas( uale Venture by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Rose Philippine Duchesne was born in Grenoble, France on August 29, 1769. Rose was one of seven sisters and one brother; she was educated by the nuns at Sainte Marie-d'en-Haut of the Visitation convent in Grenoble. Philippine felt called to religious life at an early age and was expected by her mother to serve the poor. Her fervent desire to serve God gave her the cour- age to overcome her father's objections and enter the Visitation convent at age 18. Philippine's plans to enter religious life were Interfered with by the French Revolu- tion in which all religious houses were closed or sup- pressed. For eleven years, she attempted to live the rule of her order outside the convent, while serving her family and those suffering from the Reign of Terror, including those imprisoned at the convent. In December 1804, Madeleine Sophie Barat was visiting in Grenoble. Mother Barat had founded the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1800. Rose Philip- pine entered the Society of the Sacred Heart, and the two women became imme- diate and lifelong friends, a friendship that would touch the lives of generations. Philippine longed to serve in the New World, but it would be thirteen years be- fore she received the per- mission. In 1817, Bishop DuBourg of Louisiana jour- neyed to France to recruit religious and priests to help him in his large territory. After much pleading from Philippine, Mother Barat at last consented. Philippine set sail on March 21, 1818, with four other Religious of the Sacred Heart, they landed near New Orleans on the Feast of the Sacred Heart, May 29, 1818. Bishop DuBourg welcomed them and explained that they would be assigned, not to St. Louis, as expected, but to the small village of St. Charles, Missouri, where he had procured a house for them. She opened the first Sacred Heart School outside Europe on September 8, 1818. The Academy of the Sacred Heart was also the first free school, west of the Mississippi, and the first Catholic school in what would become the St. Louis Archdiocese. In 1827, she founded the City House school in St. Louis, with programs for boarders, a free day school and an orphanage. Finally, in 1841, Philip- pine's wish to serve among the native people came to fruition. At the specific re- quest of Fr. Peter Verhaegen, the Jesuit in charge of the mission, she went with three other Religious of the Sacred Heart to Sugar Creek, Kansas, to establish a school for Potawatomi girls. She spent much of her time in prayer, gaining the name "Woman Who Prays Always." After just one year, she was called back to St. Charles because of her health. She spent the last decade of her life at her original foundation where she died on Novem- ber 18, 1852, at age 83. She was canonized in 1988. Her Feast Day is November 18. www.depasqualeventures.com You' re Invited to Attend The Friends of the North End Library ANNUAL HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE! Saturday, December 6, 2014 12 NOON to 2:00 PM Featuring the music of AL NATALE'S JAZZ BAND Refreshments! Raffle! At 25 Parmenter Street, North End, Boston,MA Tis The Season/Ho/Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas St. Agrippina DiMineo Benefit Society h Annual Christmas Program for North End Children Only SANTA CLAUS IS COMING WITH GIFTS FOR ALL THE NICE BOYS & GIRLS. on Sunday, December 14th from 12:00 to 2:00 pm at St. Agrippina's Chapel at 459 Hanover Street * Am! who wish to attend please call 617-363-2678 between November 25 and December 8th. To confirm you must supply your child's name, age, gender,  and phone number so that we can report to Santa's elves. * Please, you must confirm no later than December 8th. All children 10 and under will receive a picture with Santa and a gift. Children must be present & accompanied by an adult. Also: Face Painting, Balloons, Characters, Gift Bags. Please Bring a Camera! - Saint Agrippina's Christmas Program is forNorth End Residents Only. -k -k -k -k -k -k -k -k -k -k - - -k -k - -k -k - -k Don't see00 "Santa C/aus" "VIVA ST. AGRIPPINA  JUST A MERRY GOOD TIME ' LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Suffolk Probate and Family Court 24 New Chardon Street Boston, MA 02114 Docket No. SU14P2659GD NOTICE AND ORDER: Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor In the interests of Juan Carlos Landaverde of E. Boston, I, Minor NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED P/gtl"IES 1. Hsedng Bate/Time: A hearing on a Peti- tion for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor filed on November 10, 2014 by Juan Carlos Landaverde of E. Boston, MA will be held on January 14, 2105 - 10:30 AM Motion. Located at 24 New Chardon Street, 3rd Floor, Boston, MA 02114 - Probation Department. 2. Response to Petition: You may respond by filing a written response to the Petition or by appearing in person at the hearing. If you choose to file a written response, you need to: File the original with the Court; and Mail a copy to all interested parties at least five (5) business days before the hearing. 3. Counsel for the Minor: The minor (or an adult on behalf of the minor) has the right to request that counsel be appointed for the minor. 4. Presence of the Minor at Hearing: A minor over age 14 has the right to be present at any hearing, unless the Court finds that it is not in the minor's best interests. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: An important court proceeding that may affect your rights has been scheduled. It you do not understand this notice or other court papers, please contact an attomey for legal advice. Date: November 13, 2014 Ann Marie Passanisi, Register of Probate Rundate: 11/21/14 Quattro Grille, Rosticceria & Pizzeria OOO 266 Hanover St. 617.720,0444 Bricco Boutique Italian Cuisine 000 241 Hanover St. * 617.248.6800 Mare Seafood & Oyster Bar OOO 135 Richmond St. 617.723.MARE Trattoria II Panino Boston's 1st Original Trattoria 000 11 Parmenter St. 617.720.1336 Umbria Prime 5 Story Steakhouse Oyster Bar & Night Club OOO 295 Franklin St. 617.338.1000 Bricco Panetteria Homemade Artisan Breads ooo Bricco Place 241 Hanover St. 617.248.9859 Bricco Salumeria & Pasta shoppe Over 50 Varieties OOO Bricco Place 241 Hanover St, * 617.248.9629 (next to Bricco Panetteria) Lounge & Night Club Coming Soon ooo 150 Kneeland St. Gelaterla & Cannoli Factory Homemade Gelato & Cannolis 000 272 Hanover St. 64 Cross St, 617.720.4243 The West End Christmas Tree Lighting to Take Place This year, The Friends of Richard Cardinal J. Cushing Memorial Park, Inc., will hold their annual-West End Christ- mas Tree Lighting on Saturday, December 13% 2014 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pro, both indoors and outdoors. It started with a simple idea Norman Herr had, to bring the community together to celebrate Christmas and the life and legacy of the late Richard Cardinal J. Cushing. Nine- teen years later, this intimate tradition continues, and this year the Boston Fire Department is invited to join us in the celebration. The tree at Richard Cardinal J. Cushing Memorial Park at 1 Bowdoin Square is blessed and lit in memory of his Eminence Richard Cardinal J. Cushing, as well as in remembrance of lost community members and loved ones. This year, in honor of their tremendous courage and sacrifice, The Friends of Richard Cardinal J. Cushing Memorial Park, Inc., would like to remember Lt. Edward J. Walsh, Jr., Firefighter Michael R. Kennedy, the 50 th Anni- versary of the Regina Cleri Residence, and General Robert H. Quinn. Blessing of the tree will be done by Boston Fire Depart- ment Chaplian, Reverend Daniel J. Mahoney, After the blessing often features local choirs, entertainments, and a surprise visit from Santa Claus to the delight of children and adults alike. Free parking will be available at the Charles River Plaza Garage lower deck. Please contact Norman Herr for parking passes at the lighting or to answer any questions at (617) 869-7001 (Cell) or (617) 720-5326 (Home). With holiday cheer POST-GAZETTE, NOVEMBER 21,2014 Page 5 Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne A Frank De Pas( uale Venture by Bennett Molinari and Richard Molinari Rose Philippine Duchesne was born in Grenoble, France on August 29, 1769. Rose was one of seven sisters and one brother; she was educated by the nuns at Sainte Marie-d'en-Haut of the Visitation convent in Grenoble. Philippine felt called to religious life at an early age and was expected by her mother to serve the poor. Her fervent desire to serve God gave her the cour- age to overcome her father's objections and enter the Visitation convent at age 18. Philippine's plans to enter religious life were Interfered with by the French Revolu- tion in which all religious houses were closed or sup- pressed. For eleven years, she attempted to live the rule of her order outside the convent, while serving her family and those suffering from the Reign of Terror, including those imprisoned at the convent. In December 1804, Madeleine Sophie Barat was visiting in Grenoble. Mother Barat had founded the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1800. Rose Philip- pine entered the Society of the Sacred Heart, and the two women became imme- diate and lifelong friends, a friendship that would touch the lives of generations. Philippine longed to serve in the New World, but it would be thirteen years be- fore she received the per- mission. In 1817, Bishop DuBourg of Louisiana jour- neyed to France to recruit religious and priests to help him in his large territory. After much pleading from Philippine, Mother Barat at last consented. Philippine set sail on March 21, 1818, with four other Religious of the Sacred Heart, they landed near New Orleans on the Feast of the Sacred Heart, May 29, 1818. Bishop DuBourg welcomed them and explained that they would be assigned, not to St. Louis, as expected, but to the small village of St. Charles, Missouri, where he had procured a house for them. She opened the first Sacred Heart School outside Europe on September 8, 1818. The Academy of the Sacred Heart was also the first free school, west of the Mississippi, and the first Catholic school in what would become the St. Louis Archdiocese. In 1827, she founded the City House school in St. Louis, with programs for boarders, a free day school and an orphanage. Finally, in 1841, Philip- pine's wish to serve among the native people came to fruition. At the specific re- quest of Fr. Peter Verhaegen, the Jesuit in charge of the mission, she went with three other Religious of the Sacred Heart to Sugar Creek, Kansas, to establish a school for Potawatomi girls. She spent much of her time in prayer, gaining the name "Woman Who Prays Always." After just one year, she was called back to St. Charles because of her health. She spent the last decade of her life at her original foundation where she died on Novem- ber 18, 1852, at age 83. She was canonized in 1988. Her Feast Day is November 18. www.depasqualeventures.com You' re Invited to Attend The Friends of the North End Library ANNUAL HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE! Saturday, December 6, 2014 12 NOON to 2:00 PM Featuring the music of AL NATALE'S JAZZ BAND Refreshments! Raffle! At 25 Parmenter Street, North End, Boston,MA Tis The Season/Ho/Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas St. Agrippina DiMineo Benefit Society h Annual Christmas Program for North End Children Only SANTA CLAUS IS COMING WITH GIFTS FOR ALL THE NICE BOYS & GIRLS. on Sunday, December 14th from 12:00 to 2:00 pm at St. Agrippina's Chapel at 459 Hanover Street * Am! who wish to attend please call 617-363-2678 between November 25 and December 8th. To confirm you must supply your child's name, age, gender,  and phone number so that we can report to Santa's elves. * Please, you must confirm no later than December 8th. All children 10 and under will receive a picture with Santa and a gift. Children must be present & accompanied by an adult. Also: Face Painting, Balloons, Characters, Gift Bags. Please Bring a Camera! - Saint Agrippina's Christmas Program is forNorth End Residents Only. -k -k -k -k -k -k -k -k -k -k - - -k -k - -k -k - -k Don't see00 "Santa C/aus" "VIVA ST. AGRIPPINA  JUST A MERRY GOOD TIME ' LEGAL NOTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts The Trial Court Suffolk Probate and Family Court 24 New Chardon Street Boston, MA 02114 Docket No. SU14P2659GD NOTICE AND ORDER: Petition for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor In the interests of Juan Carlos Landaverde of E. Boston, I, Minor NOTICE TO ALL INTERESTED P/gtl"IES 1. Hsedng Bate/Time: A hearing on a Peti- tion for Appointment of Guardian of a Minor filed on November 10, 2014 by Juan Carlos Landaverde of E. Boston, MA will be held on January 14, 2105 - 10:30 AM Motion. Located at 24 New Chardon Street, 3rd Floor, Boston, MA 02114 - Probation Department. 2. Response to Petition: You may respond by filing a written response to the Petition or by appearing in person at the hearing. If you choose to file a written response, you need to: File the original with the Court; and Mail a copy to all interested parties at least five (5) business days before the hearing. 3. Counsel for the Minor: The minor (or an adult on behalf of the minor) has the right to request that counsel be appointed for the minor. 4. Presence of the Minor at Hearing: A minor over age 14 has the right to be present at any hearing, unless the Court finds that it is not in the minor's best interests. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE: An important court proceeding that may affect your rights has been scheduled. It you do not understand this notice or other court papers, please contact an attomey for legal advice. Date: November 13, 2014 Ann Marie Passanisi, Register of Probate Rundate: 11/21/14 Quattro Grille, Rosticceria & Pizzeria OOO 266 Hanover St. 617.720,0444 Bricco Boutique Italian Cuisine 000 241 Hanover St. * 617.248.6800 Mare Seafood & Oyster Bar OOO 135 Richmond St. 617.723.MARE Trattoria II Panino Boston's 1st Original Trattoria 000 11 Parmenter St. 617.720.1336 Umbria Prime 5 Story Steakhouse Oyster Bar & Night Club OOO 295 Franklin St. 617.338.1000 Bricco Panetteria Homemade Artisan Breads ooo Bricco Place 241 Hanover St. 617.248.9859 Bricco Salumeria & Pasta shoppe Over 50 Varieties OOO Bricco Place 241 Hanover St, * 617.248.9629 (next to Bricco Panetteria) Lounge & Night Club Coming Soon ooo 150 Kneeland St. Gelaterla & Cannoli Factory Homemade Gelato & Cannolis 000 272 Hanover St. 64 Cross St, 617.720.4243 The West End Christmas Tree Lighting to Take Place This year, The Friends of Richard Cardinal J. Cushing Memorial Park, Inc., will hold their annual-West End Christ- mas Tree Lighting on Saturday, December 13% 2014 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pro, both indoors and outdoors. It started with a simple idea Norman Herr had, to bring the community together to celebrate Christmas and the life and legacy of the late Richard Cardinal J. Cushing. Nine- teen years later, this intimate tradition continues, and this year the Boston Fire Department is invited to join us in the celebration. The tree at Richard Cardinal J. Cushing Memorial Park at 1 Bowdoin Square is blessed and lit in memory of his Eminence Richard Cardinal J. Cushing, as well as in remembrance of lost community members and loved ones. This year, in honor of their tremendous courage and sacrifice, The Friends of Richard Cardinal J. Cushing Memorial Park, Inc., would like to remember Lt. Edward J. Walsh, Jr., Firefighter Michael R. Kennedy, the 50 th Anni- versary of the Regina Cleri Residence, and General Robert H. Quinn. Blessing of the tree will be done by Boston Fire Depart- ment Chaplian, Reverend Daniel J. Mahoney, After the blessing often features local choirs, entertainments, and a surprise visit from Santa Claus to the delight of children and adults alike. Free parking will be available at the Charles River Plaza Garage lower deck. Please contact Norman Herr for parking passes at the lighting or to answer any questions at (617) 869-7001 (Cell) or (617) 720-5326 (Home). With holiday cheer