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O 2THE GUARDIAN JANUARY 28, 1966 Seminary's Latin n American Mission Beginning Training Little Rock -- The St. John's of college students tu Latin Selninary Mission to l,atin America. Awx, rica has begun a four- Each CLASP group empha- month campus program to pre- sizes the study of Spanish and pare: a group for further work Latin Americall culture for this summer in southwestern those geing for the first time. ]Vlexico. Everyone in the prograna stud- The tra;mng program, con- ies the basic principles of com- ducted by the students them- nmnity development and other selves, is part of the work of technical, skills according to the the Conference on lnter-Ameri- nature of the work they will do. can Student Projects (CLASP), The St. John's Mission will which annually sends hundreds be sending its fourth contin- gent of seminarians to MexR:o this summer. The students again will center their work in and around San Migtjel del Monte, where earlier groups have done calechetical work, trained lay lectors for the pi'iest-short area, established a dispensary and helped install a water system. DEACONS (Continued from Page 1) newsnKm he fully e)pects more petitions to the ttoly See be- cause of the potential of dea- COILS. 'There will be some failures, but more outright successes as we begin," predicted Bishol) Alfred E. Mendez, C.S.C., a ha- GUITARS - UKES| I MICROPHONES I I Strings Drumsticks . Reeds I I Harmony Centre I I..,2 "R" Me 6-53006 I Ill I tire of Chicago who is Bishop of Arecibo, Puerto Rico. New Society Bishop Mendez heads the new Society of St. Stephen which will support the train- ing of married deacons. The Vatican council's Constitution of the Church authorized na- NO FiSHiNG./ ,00go ,o "owaaoJo.monL00 Er_a _ I1_ IF" WO..EnFUL J s n r r_q $'100 __-" All you can oaf, nVKT -- ___. Tart(ire Saute, Rolls and Duffer ..... 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Second 308 Plaza Week Days 9 A.M, to 9 P.M.Sat. & Sun. 9 to 5--M0 4.3895 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY MRS. LINNEMAN (Continued from Page 1) man. Also in the sanctuary was the 1,ittle Rock dioces-m vicar. geueral, Tim Right Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Murray. For the musical responses, the choir was joiued by the orphalage children and the Sisters. Mrs. Linnentan, widow of An- thony tt. Linnentan, is survived by two daughters, Sister Justin, and Mrs. Eva Laster of Little Rock; two sons, Herbert L. Linneman and Emil Linneman, both of Little Rock; a brother, Phillip Scbiffer of Los Angeles, Calif., fie grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and six great great grandchildren: Pallbearers were Andrew B. Cassinelli, Edward L. Davidson, Paul E. Davidson, Ben H. Iloelzeman and Lauren E. IAnneman. Burial was in the Catholic Cemetery at Atkins, Ark. GUARDIAN (Continued from Page l) the envelopes direct to The Guardian office. A stock of extra subscription envelopes has been sent to all pastors, and these Will be avail- able in the vestibules of parish churches on Guardian Sunday for anyone who misplaces or forgets the envelope he re- ceives at home. Guardian Sunday is the an- tional bishops' conferences, acting with papal approval, to approve deacons. Cardinal Rossi and Bishop Mendez held press conference. at the third national confer- ence of the Catholic Inter- American Cooperation Pro. gram. In addition to the value seen in permanent deacons, CICOP sessions also discussed benefits coming from existing programs of training laymen as religion teachers and the use of Sisters to direct parishes where no priests are avaihtble. Lay deacons wonld be used in priest-short Latin America to perform a variety of serv- ices, such as distributing Com- munion, opening the local church and leading prayer services, baptizing babies, wit- nessing marriages aud leading prayers at funerals. Bishop Mendez said the dea- cons would be trained and su. pervised, would be either full or part-time Wol'kers and may include Brothers iu religious orders as well as laylnen. Lay Apostles The value of dedicated and trained lay apostles w a s sketclled in a conference speech by Father Thomas Wl Verhoeven, M.M., of Cuzo, Peru, where he is director of a school which instructs cate- chists. The effort to bring religious instruction and services to Catholics in areas without priests now includes Sisters di- recting five parishes on an ex- perimental basis in Brazil, ac- cording to Sister Irany Bastes of Rio de Janeiro. Sister lrany, a member of the Missionary Sisters of Jesus Crucified, told a conferenc0 session that of the 4,505 par- ishes in Brazil, 524 have no priests. "We now have nuns who are in charge of parishes substitut- ing for the priest in everything that is not a specific priestly function," she said. The nuns, she said, prepare catechists, organize religious instruction classes, lead prayer services, baptize in cases of em- ergency and visit the sick and dying. "They attend to funerals and the Huly Father gave perlnis. sion to the Sisters to distribute Holy Communion when the pastor stays away from the par- ish more than eight days," she said. Spiritism Growing The growth of spiritism, a belief in perceptible communi- cation with spirits, was dis- cussed at another session by Father Boneventura Kloppen- burt, O.F.M., editor of Voces in Petropolis, Brazil. He said that about 30 percent of Brazil's popuhltion is affil- iated with spiritism, a total of 20 million persons, and the l%l)lished Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., 311 West MB' Entered as seeoml-class matter :March 21. or,qg post office at Little Rock. Arkansas.  Congres, of March'8, 1897.  Second-class l)ostage paid at lAttle Rock, Arkansas SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 5.00 the y(.ar in Canada $6.50 -- ]"oreign $7.50 The Gtmrdisn is the official l)ublicatim of the Diocese It hus proved its worth during tit+! m;,ny yesrs of its existen wholehearte(I support of the priesl, s and I)eOl)ie of the dioe its high goal. as an instrument of Catholic Action, can be ALBERT EDITOR RIGHT REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph. D, .Mount St. Mary's Academy0 Little Rock, Ark. L ) 72205 MANAGING EDITOR ilUSINESS MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL IMR. AUGUST Address AlL Departments I'.O. Box 3f;2 Telephone ZIP Code 72203 nusln(!ss Ho)rs 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday through 8:30 to Neon. CJoed or), major National Holidays and Holy Days nual highlight of the local oh- servance of Catholic Press Month, sponsored nationally by the Catholic Press Association. A letter from His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher, urg- ing all Catholic families in Arkansas to subscribe to The Guardian, will be read at all Masses in the Diocese next Sunday. NIGERIA (Continued commander of the inspector general also are Catholics. The revolt was. ignited by charges: tion in g sire for a more eql ing in this prosperity. movement continues to expand. A principal reason, he sug- gested, is the lack of proper Catholic instruction which has producet a folklore. "They want to be Christian, but they simply do not know what Christianity is," he said. "The lack of religious assis- tances has produced in people a definite spiritual vacuum. To fill this lacuna, they turned to fetishism and primitivism. And spiritism was accepted as an ersatz, a marvelous ersatz, one with direct contact' with the world of spirits," he said. Spiritistic propaganda, he said, is "stealthily infiltrating" Catholic ranks because of a lack of uniform policies by Church authorities, failure to stress tire intrinsic evil of spit. itism and the absen(,e of a pro- gram to teach the faithful how to deal with adept spokesmen for spiritism. Rich and Poor British economist Barbara Ward said here the contrast he- tween world wealt]t and world poverty is disregarded today only at great peril. Miss Ward, who is the wife of a British diplomat and is known formally as Lady Jack. son, noted that theorists in Red China have claimed that at- tacks by the world's poor upon the "white urban citadel of the West" is now the central means of achieving communism. Nowhere is the contrast be- tween rich and poor more startling than in the Americas, she said. She noted that iu J965 the United States in- creased its national income over 1964 by an amount that was nearly the total income of J WE CONTROL RATS AND MICE Control Pest FR 4-6469 - 2210 W. 7th Latin America. "We cannot misery and we 'sit down to eat to play' without God's anathema indifferent societ Archbishop John Chicago said that U.S., Latin AT bodies of bishops ing "generously al ously" to the America, "stag main." The archbishop, conference, is the chairman of the Bi committee on int coeperation, of committee on Latin 'Fellow Creat U.S. Catholics, said, do not hear ca's call for as,, pseudo-deities rei Olyml)ian heights SUl)eriority," but creatures of God in His universal CICOP presented nual awards for contributions to understanding to a life expert and to couple who were th( ried couple named el the Vatican council. 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