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PAGE 14 FEBRUARY 5, 1988 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC OTTAWA, CANADA Bishop Maida made the comme in a pastoral letter on AIDS 19]' lished in The Compass, Green 1~ The head of the Canadian bishops' diocesan newspaper. conference called for new legislation L against abortion following a Su- NI IWASHINGTON. DC , preme Court decision that Canada's ~lge restrictive abortion law was uncon- 2 -- -U;S"m!litary aid for the Ni araenc gt]z stitutional, ar "The need for responsible po!itical ~,a, e ri.cas arelirl1 action was never more urgent, said ~edas one/' Nicaragt~0r: Archbishop James M. Hayes of versity, said the university's British ]PITTSBURGH, PA Ve.g.asaid;, !ic Halifax, Nova Scotia. "For, God's law vice-chancellor, Christian Brother our solidarity," .... condemning abortion is not changedAnton De Roeper. II ~a_pitol Hill press c~0n f hich he said inted0g by the Supreme Court decision. The Vatican-sponsored university The Pittsburgh diocesan deficit tional public opinion is "so In a 5-2 decision, the Supreme has been shut down numerous times more than doubled, from almost manipulated by communism." , ar Court said Canada s abortion law by Israeli officials in its 14-year his- $1.3 million to more than $2.6 mil-The bishop, head of the Juiga arl violates the Canadian Charter of tory because of student demonstra- lion, in the fiscal year which ended Prelature, accused Nicaragua s Rights and Freedoms. The decision tions, he said. The most recent shut- last June 30, according to a diocesan dinista-run government of pror0ltar was similar to the 1973 U.S. Su- down was also the longest--three preme Court ruling legalizing abor-months, financial report. , ing Marxism. The press confere The report said that in the 12- was sponsored by Americans q o tion nation-wide. Added to this are disruptions month period, the diocese had re- Freedom Inc., a private Washingt w I ROME, ITALY caused by disagreements among venue totaling about $13 million Palestinian political factions fromexpenditures of more than $1a.6andbasedthe Nicaraguanlbbying groUPResistancefaVoringfight olald es, outside the campus trying to or- million, known as contras. I L The turbulent politics of the Israeli- ganize the all-Palestinian, mostly Robert Irr, diocesan secretary for Moslem student body, Brother De temporalities, said Archbishop An- occupied West Bank are destroy- Roeper said in a Rome interview. ing' Catholic-run Bethlehem Uni. thonyJ. Bevilacqua of Pittsburgh has ] aid eaioce ewou,doo rai e .e Parish Share assessment--the per- Radio So!eil, the Haitian Cath0~q ] IVIEDIC.4L NTAL$ ] centage of a parish s income that is severely damaged [kt assessed by the diocese to operate ral vio.lenc.e, d / jl0tJ' ][4". | Pope John Paul II appealed fordiocesan programs and services. [ 1ttle Rock ~ / more prayer to Mary to ease the being, helpe, d back on the air witl~ L / , CITY ~1~| 1 f~i~"l' [ 66 "t r 6 statementChurch s markingVCatin theShrtage'world Da}in of a |VATICAN V encies, includi .tt / rt,nt as 4, s aes / Preyer for Vocations. Ca erv!ces: . . Th he cC -day ]D./I[VQI~ dl~ S'ot-IIp ~ ] An urgent need for men and age__!on transmit.~ai women who will carry on the Pope Pius XII planned to resign to church's tradition in holy orders, in avoid a crisis of church leadership in ing to C.R.S figures. ~0~ I D&vid Eval Wl' n [ is $147,000, acco ill missions, in the diverse religious case Adolf Hitler made good a plan rvices said it t~ior /,, /~ congregations and secular institutes, to arrest the pontiff and remove him is acutely felt in today's church," the from the Vatican, a top Vatican offi- allocated $20,000 for the reconstra!ro tion. ,tes, Pope said. ,, cad} said. I qel ett ,, Calling ,Mary the "mother and 'If he were arrested and con- er Printm, q mediatrix of vocations, the Pope ducted beyond the walls of Rome, heBREWSTER, NY t urged Catholics to particularly pray would have been immediately consi- Quality Work, Affordable Prices to her during, this Marian year. dered to, have given up the throne Bp e e i a 1 i z i n g i n The Pope s annual message for of Peter, sa!d Pietro Cardinal Palaz- Children from troubled baff' Ne w s 1 e tte r s, the World Day of Prayer for Voca- zini. Thus, the prisoner would be grounds often find it difficult to 10{ u B r o c h u r e s, B 00 k 1 e t s tions was released by the Vatican.Eugenio Pacelli (his baptismal name) and trust another human being. L.v~ Typesetting and Design This year, the day will be celebrated and not the Pope," he said. That's why the animals at Gre ! Servlcl i Also Available April 24. It will be the 25th such day The cardinal said Pope Pius left Chimneys School for Little F0 11 In Little Rock, Call I[ of prayer since the custom was inau- the written resignation with a Vati- near Brewster, are important. II 582-6619. II gurated by Pope Paul VI. can lay official. Horses, puppies, goats andh are among the living things the rne re Members, Good Counsel Parish ~11 ~ tally and emotionally disabled ct~e ~1 dren at Green Chimneys learn =; love. And that helps them bre re , through a lot of barriers, accordi u COMII rE .. Promotion of condom use by some to Benedictine Mother Hilde~a~e: public educat!onal programs "may George, a child therapist at thel FEBRUARY 12 help diminish the spread of AIDS, acre school and farm. but Catholics cannot accept condom use "as a moral alternative," saidSponsored by The Many Voices of John Michael Talbot will explore the multifaceted ministry of one of the natioWs most popular Christian musicians. We'll take a look at his latest recording and book, his plans for future ministries, and his philosophy of a changing Church. ARKANSAS ,CATHOLIC Bishop Adam J. Maida of Green Bay. He said endorsement of condom use "carries with it the implication that premarital and extramarital sex may be tolerated even if not asser- tively approved." ARKANSAS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Eo~ By NC News Service NELSON- INC. P.O. Box 5746, LR 72215 #4 SHACKLEFORD PLAZA 227-4574 Competitive Auto & Homeowner Quotes by Phone Call-It may save you money $$