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8--THF GUARDIAN JANUARY 28, 1966 Italian Missionaries' Bodies Found in Congo Elisabethville, The Congo (El ---The bodies of two Italian mis- sionaries have heen discovered in a shallow grave near Baraka on Lake Tanganyika. Official sources here h a v e tentatively identified them as l,'ather Luigi Ca,l'rara and Bro- 1her Vittorio Faccin, Xaverian missionaries who had been at. taehed to the Baraka mission in the Congo. According to the testimony of Keep Current Read The Guardian three captive Congolese guer- rillas, they were killed person- ally by a "high official, a colo- nel," who commanded rebels at Baraka and who is thought to be still commanding guerrilla terrorists in the area. The prisoners led English- speaking volunteer commandos of the Congolese army to the grave. Police authorities say they believe three other missionar- ies are still held captive by the rel)cls, but they declined to identify them. A spokesman for" the Italian consulate said the consul had gone to Albertville to receive the bodies and either to rebury lhem or return lhem to ltaly. The condition of the hodies in- dicated that the missionaries' had been dead for a long time. Trade At Home With These Friendly Merchantsl BLYTHEVILLE SHOPPERS GUIDE Bring Your Soybeans to FQ rmers Soybean Corporation THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Blytheville, Ark. "Your Friendly Bank" We Pay 3V2% on Savings Accounts "DRIVE-IN TELLER SERVICE" ::   ii  : iii::i::ii!!!: ::: BISHOP ADDRESSES MEN'S CLUB -- Itis Fxcellency Bishol) Albert L. Fletcher is pic- tured addressing the annual Bishop's l)inner of the Holy Souls Men's Club, Little Rock. Seated BLYTHEVILLE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Church Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 A.M. Holyday Masses: 6 and 8 A.M. and 6 P.M. 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ANDY MOSES, Owner ...... I., ' MASSEY-FERGUSON Tractors & Combines CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT IMPERIAL Illhevllle, Ark., Hwy 61 North [ f from left are The Rov. Vincent E. M sistant l)astor; The Right Rev. Msgr. Murray, Little Rock diocesan vicar The Rev. Reuben Gl'off, assistant Ecumenism, Communism, Discussed in Bishop s Little ]lock -- His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher de- livered a wide-ranging dis- course here last week and dis- cussed ecurnenisnl, comnlullism, Cardinal Hits British Critics Of Papacy London (El -- John Cardinal Heenan of Westminster has as- sailed the critics of Pope Paul VI as people who suffer from "twisted ecumenism" and "so- cial insecurity." Writing in the l,ondon Uni- verse, the national Catholic paper, the cardinal attacked what he described as a Protes- tant outlook held by critics of the papacy. "Like the emerg. ing l)OO,l'," he said, "they may be a little ashamed of their" forebears. When they attack the Church of T,l'ent and of tire First Vatican Council they do so with a bitterness which rath- er bewilders their non-Catholic friends who rarely nowadays say anything harsh against the Old Faith." Cardinal lleenan said it is unfortunate that a few critics gave a "sour taste" to the ac- coml)lishmenls of the Second Valican Council. "Even the collegiality of the bishops whfichl eventually will alter" the whole shape of pas- toral life throughout the world was l)reSellte(t as a shrewd hlow at the authority of the llishop of Ronae," he said. lie added: "But forlunately lhe words of lhe azdi-papists have no ring of immortality. They will not permanently dis- lort the meaning of the great council of renewal." Loyola Gets New President New Orlean,; () -- Father llomcw R. ,Iollcy, S.J., has been named president of Loyola Uni- versity, succeeding Father An- drew C. Smith, S.,I., president since 1961. The alrrloull(?elnent was znade following a joint meeting of the university's board of regents and board of directors. Falher Jolley, a member'of the Loyola faculty for 15 years religious liberty, the liturgy and birth In a speech at th{ Bishop's l)inner of Souls Men's Club Bishol) stressed the plays in ecume Vatican Council II the faithful they only their friends erlornies, "arid not an affective love but effective love." In connection with c l)osition to atheistic msm, Bishop Fh:tcher am in favor of cnmin naming them by name, "The fundamental with regard to religioa! he continued, "have changed and will changed." Those who to the dictates of sciences ought to be cornpulsiorl." With regard to the. ing laity," Bishop "I don't think many want lo run the though the laity will play a higger t)art. church activities in the In discussing the Bishop stressed been no essential the ltoly Sacrifice Mass. In reply to a questi end of his address, Fletcher exl)ressed the that "any kind of traception that im natural process will be defined hy the ell wrong." The Bishop holed can Council I1 cited ing of Pope Plus subjecl and that this "the teaching of lhe RhythnL" he said, "is trary to the natural There will be no Bishop Fletcher any church teaching with "things that are cally wrong...If a wrong in itself, we may it," he said. and vice president for' ment since 1964, 12th president of the siltation, the largest univc,l'sity in the Soutl Regents Chairn,lan Pilie said Father to be relieved of the because of ill health. P