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Catholi:s iWho Shun ro Neighborhoods Scored dngton (E) -- White who move out "of a when Negroes Ve in were reproved by a ishop in a sermon in Shrine of the Ira. ulate Conception here. n a aumber of-cries in our perhaps even here ton -- neighbor. are chang.ii!g because (Continued fr0m Page 1) the Little Rock.diocese rector and his assistant, Thomas j Kennedy, ate moving  t5 temporary uarters Until the new ready ar0und the end Year. Two other priests, Rev. John O!.'Oswald and Rev Thomas Smith, who resided in the' old rectory, to Catholic High where both:' are on the 1signor MeDevitt said the office will be set up in boys' sacristy on the of the Cathedral. the office, which he Kennedy will visit -ntly, will be Mrs. Carson the parish secretary, the said. The office is :ered from West Seventh he decision to build a new was reached, in consul- )n with His Excellency Albert L. Fletcher, after found that bringing the ent structure up to stan- Would cost about $100,000, nsignor McDevitt said. With. complete renovation, the or said, there was the de- Possihility the old struc- would be condemned as Since tile h)cation is in Zone One, he said, no structure may I)e erected site, hence the decision so stone. of C. (Continued from Page 1) d to attend the February monies. Additionally, all other 19 councils e been invited to send ltatives. _ ry 6 program will at 8:15 A M when candi- for initiatiol will asscm- For Rent Five Room House 2 blocks from Holy Souls Church. 2 Bedrooms, Wu asher Connection, Floor rnace, shades furnished. CA 5-2739 ,] Friendly Home Folks Wel. Your Business & Deserve )Ur Support CHRISTESON,S Funeral Home Phone EM 5-3113 519 N. Spring Harrison Arkansas some Catholics refuse to be the neighbors of Negroes," said Auxiliary Bishop Harold R. Perry, S.V.D., of New Or- leans. "They move away when Ne- groes move in and they fail to see the golden opportunity to edify these fellow human be- ings at their very gates, and eventually to bring them into the Church and to their knees at the altar where they, too, may receive Jesus Christ in ttoly Communion. Such per- sons- and God forbid that you are among them -- simply cannot be listening to the promptings of the Holy Spirit, the personification of love." The first Negro named to the U.S. Hierarchy in the 20th een. tury offered Pontifical Mass and preached the sermon at a highlight service f the Chair of Unity Octave observance in the nation's capital, The words "Christian Unity" can be "quickly and glibly spoken," Bishop Perry said, yet "the accomplishment of what they ask seems to be a dis- couragingly colossal task when we consider the historical pre- cedents of our disunity, the in- difference of the intervening centuries, and the pride and coldness of so many human hearts." Archbishop Paul J. HaIlinan of Atlanta said that Catholic ecumenists must offer more guidance and encouragement to their fellow Catholics in re- gard to the religious unity movement. "Today's new program of unity is not just difficult. It is new, and the new is always suspect. We must explain much and we must lead," Archbishop IIallinan declared. The archbishop also preached Unity Octave observances in the National Shrine. He said the Church must al- ways be willing to face new challenges and opportunities. "The Church is constantly ap- plying the familiar to the un- I)le in St. Michael's parish hall to sign the constitutional roll. All Knights and candidates will gather in the hall at 8:30 where a procession will form for the march to St. Michael's Church for the 9 o'clock Mass, cele- brated by Monsignor Prender- gast. A breakfast for members and candidates will be served in the parisll hall at: 10:15 A.M. and exemplification of the First De. gree of Colmnbianism will be- gin in the hall at 11:45. At 1 P.M., tile charter memher Knights will elect officers for the new council, after which group photographs will be made. At 2 P.M., exemplification of the Second and Third Degrees of Columl)ianism will hein. The program will conclude with a Dutch lunch at 4:40 P.M. BUYER'S GUIDE HARRISON--MMer Del Church. Sun. day Masses: 8:00 and 10:30 A,M. Holyday Masses: 8:00 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. THE SECURITY BANK Phone EM 5-8201 : Harrison, Ark. You're Always Welcome At The BEN FRANKLIN STORE Harrison Arkansas In The Diocese Forty Hours Devotion will be held at the following places in the Diocese of Lit- tie Rock during the month of February: St. Michael's Hospital, Tcx- arkana: February 4, 5 and 6 Mt. St. Mary's Academy, Lit- tle Rock: February 5, 6 and 7 Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, Little Rock: Feb- ruary 19, 20 and 21 St. John's Seminary, Little RlOCk: February 19, 20 and 1 Right Rev. Msg r. [ Joseph A. Murray, V.G. Chancello " MARRIAGE (Continued from Page 13 of the social and economic con- ditions in which it is lived, and therefore of the danger which can threaten the firmness, vi- tality and happiness of the in- stitution of the family." Two new developments, Pope Paul said, can improve the present situation: the results of the Second Vatican Council and the revision of the Code of Canon Law. "We are pleased to think that the interest with which the council considered the spiri- tuality of matrimony, the ne- known, tradition to tile chang- ing world, the old to the new," he declared. "Iter marks are: one, h ely, catholic and apostolic. But some Catholics want: to add a fifth mark of identity: one, holy, catholic, apostolic and static," he said. THE GUARDIAN JAN. 28, 19663 Monsignor H00chwalt Resigns As N.C.W.C. Ec ucation Chief Washington rE)-- Msgr. Fred- crick G. IIochwalt has resigned as director of the department of education of the National Catholic Welfare Conference for reasons of health. The acceptance of the resig- nation by Archbishop John J. Krol of Philadelphia, episcopal chairman of the department of education, was announced by Bishop Paul F. Tanner, general secretary of NCWC. Bishop Tanner noted that Msgr. Hoch- walt would retain his position as secretary general of the Na- tional Catholic Educational As- sociation. it was announced at the same time that Archbishop Krol had named Msgr. James C. Done. hue, co-director of the depart- ment since last March, to the eessity to surround its prepara- tion, its celebration and its long and varied domestic develop- ment, its destiny in the natural as well as in the ceclesial so- ciety, cannot fail to give bene- ficial and real fruits even re- garding those diseased results of family life which the judge nmst then examine and cure." Publisher Honored For O'Connor Book Chicago (E)--Winner of the Thomas More Medal for "the most distinguished contribution tn Catholic literature" during 1965 is Farrar, Straus & Gir- oux, Inc., of New York, for publishing "Everything That post of director. The 40-year- old native of Norwich, Conn., came to his N.C.W.C. post after having served as superintend- ent of schools for the archdio- cese of Baltimore since July of 1960. Archbishop Krol extended "sentiments of deep gratitude and prayerful best wishes', in the name of the bishops of tile U.S. and of all the episcopal chairmen of the department of education. Msgr. James D. Donohue, co- director of the NCWC depart. ment of education, said Msgr. Hochwalt "for the past 21 years has been Catholic education in the United States." "His vision and energy have brought the Catholic school system to a position of un- equaled respect and esteem ill American society," he added. Msgr. Hochwalt, a priest of the archdiocese of Cincinnati, was born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1909; studied at the University of Dayton, St. Gregory Semi- nary in Cincinnati and Mt. S. Mary of the West Seminary, Norwood, Ohio, and was or- dained in 1035. He made graduate studies at the Catholic University of Am- erica and taught for some years before being named di- rector of the NCWC depart- ment of education in June, 1944. Rises Must Converge" by Flan- nery O'Connor. The medal is sponsored by the Thomas More Association, a non-profit organization of Ca- olic laymen for the promotion of literature and the arts. ROGERS- SPRINGDALE Buyer s Grade :f[i J., 1.  These Friendly Merchants Appreciate 6,),J'//,'I/IFIfl//I'IA I / $] t'lb Your Business. Drop in . . . shop l . It 1 ][II"D with them on. your next visit to town t l'jl Theyl merit your support. MASS SCHEDULES ROGERS--St. Vincent de Paul Church. SPRINGDALE--St. Raphael's Church. Sunday Masses: 8 nd 10 A.M. Holy- Sunday Masses: 8 and 10 A.M. 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