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PAGE 14 I THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 10, 1969 l Yugoslav Court Admonishes In Case of Nuclear A ttack At Prairie du Rocher, Illinois, Ralph Stotz of the three mines has been stocked with enough (left) and Walker Ling, Randolph Count civil de- supplies for 30,000 persons, estimated to last lense director, stand outside one of three lime- two weeks. This mine runs some two miles stone mines being supplied with food, water and back into the Mississippi' River bluffs north of medical supplies in case of nuclear attack. Each Prairie du Rocher. (NC Photo) Priest Relieved of Duties for Abusing Liturgy Atlanta (NC) -- Archbishop Thomas A. Donnellan of Atlanta has removed the administrator of an experimental inner city par- ish here for a number of liturgical violations -- chiefly the practice of extending Holy Communion to non-Catholics. The disciplined priest is Father Conald G. Foust, admin- istrator of The Community of Christ Our Brother, a non- territorial parish which draws membership from throughout the Atlanta area. The "floating" par- ish was established a little over a year ago by the late Archbishop Paul E. Hallinan at the request of persons who said they wanted to group together as a meaningful OPPORTUNITY! St. Vincent Infirmary School of Practical Nursing 53 Week Course---Monthly Stipend $75 Nursing positions svslIable for grad- ' ustes In: Medleal-Surgiesl Nursing, Maternity, Child (:}are, Intensive Csre, and new Coronary Cre Unit. NEW WING OPENING 1969 Apply... no later than Jan. 24 for March class f, ,I.mm I Ij Direetor, Sehool of Pratetleal Nursing J St. VJneent Infirmary f j Li.le Rock. Ark... "°°'" ............................ • . . tl IW-81 presences of the Church within inner city poverty areas• The parish has about 30 families, mostly white. Archbishop Donnellan issued the following statement: "Father Conald Foust, priest of the archdiocese of Atlanta, has been relieved of his duties as administrator of the experimen- tal parish 'The Community of Christ Our Brother.' Father Foust was removed from this posi- tion after refusing to change his Bishop for Criticizing Bonn, Germany (NC) -- Alixil- iary Bishop Franjo Kuharic of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, was given a "judicial admonition" by a Zagreb court for his comments on the Soviet invasion of Czecho- slovakia in the Catholic youth pa- per Mall Koncil. The bishop is the paper's editor. The court said that the bis- hop's article had caused "no difficult consequences•" Bishop Kuharic told the court that his article had the invasion from point of view. He ligious education people to develop al tude toward the concz life. We Wond, • . . how many U. would come to the country if we Russians attacked Fulcher Hardware has the largest selection CORNINGWARE and PYREX in Carlisle FULCHER HARDWARE CARLISLE, ARKANSAS Eastern Arkansas Church, Shoppers BRINKLEY -- St. John's Church. Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 10:00 a.m. Holyday Masses: 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p,m. FORREST CITY -- St. Francis Church. Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 11:00 a.m. Holyday Masses: Prescriptions Drugs Drug Sundries WEST I.IPHIS 1201 E. Broadway RE 5-165,1 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. HELENA- St. Mary's Church. 7:30 and 10:00 a.m. and 7 Masses: 8:00 a,m. and JONESBORO--Blessed Sacrament Masses: 7:00, 8:30 and 10:7 p.m. Holyday Masses= 7=00 an 6:00 p.m. PARAGOULD--St. Mary's 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. a.rn. and 6:00 p.m. WALNUT RIDGE -- Immaculate Church. Sunday Mass: 1st, days--10:30 a.m.; 2nd 8:00 a.m. Holyday Mass: usually 7:00 p.m. WEST MEMPHIS-St. Michael's Masses: 7:30 and 30 Holyday Masses: 7:00 p.m. WYNNE- St. Peter's Church... 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. practice of celebrating the lit- urgy in a manner which violates existing regulations regarding lit- urgical experimentation. I have discussed this action and the whole situation with the archdiocesan board of coasultors, represen- tatives of the archdiocesan pas- toral council and the president tlBERff SUPER M/tRKIZl .3.37 West. Broadway West Memphis Gazzola Vaccaro -- Gazzola Vaccaro, Jr. Vaccaro-Grobmyer Lumber "Builders of Quality Homes" Ph. ME 3-1141 Forrest City, J ASH FURNITURE, Inc. "'Furniture of Qualify" of the senate of priests. This Early American,FORREsTTraditionaI,ciTy,FrenchARKANsAsProvincial and Mo action was taken with extreme re- luctance only after Father Foust t had repeated his refusal to give assurance that he would change his practices and abide by the regulations of the Church re- I OF F..ASTERN ARKANSAS  garding such celebrations." A spokesman for the archdio- I I Strong, Dependable Service Since 1886 k. cesan chancery office said the FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS -e chief practice for which Father Foust was disciplined was that of extending Communion to non- Catholics. He said the priest has also celebrated the Mass without using approved prayers and format, and without the pro- per vestments. The spokesman said the ac- tion taken against Father Foust should not be considered a shut- ting down of The Community of Christ Our Brother. 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