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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 7, 1969 PAGE 9 CONTINUED Mrs. Thana Schoen, Sis- Joleen Schilling and Rock, St. Edward's FROM PAGE 1 Brooks, Carmelita Edwards, Paul A. Fenzl, Mrs. Italo Forte, Mabel C. Groff, Betty Ann Malorey, Sister M. Charlere, Dirksen to Renew School Prayer Effort Washington (NC) -- Sen. Ever- ett M. Dirksen of Illinois has ser- ved notice he will carry on his efforts to restore prayers in the Ernest Deuerling, Deuerling, Joseph Mrs. Emma Schlereth Fred Wewer; Holy -- Teresa Lammers, Mary B. Hiegel, and Marvin the King parish -- and Mrs. Richard Ark., St. Ed- -- Orville M. Liturgy FROM PAGE 1 This will greatly in some form of they find them- gatherings this will act as a the Roman tradition '} of Rites re- request of the Nat- fence of Catholic BiB- to individual bis- to permit one low be celebrated in parish Holy Thursday morn- permit the repeti- Good Friday servi- the celebra- Easter Vigil service Sunday morning. may be made bishops and are Period of five years. Dearden also an- the Holy See at this the decision of the regarding ap- translations of the and of the lec- Gradual is a book of antiphons or refrains Mass in place of the the biblical read- the beginning, offer- of the Mass. of the prepared by the Committee on Eng- Liturgy. These re- sung in conjunc- any of the transla- psalms already ap- U. S. bishops: Con- Doctrine, Grail psalter. have already been to composers, Publishers. Their optional and official for flexibility antiphons and psalm decision of the Nat- of Catholic Bis- confirmed by the Holy the use of similar antiphons for the present This provides a of music for con- at Mass as the fixed texts of SSal. Principal collec- are. the Gelin- and Deiss psalms. this decision was texts to be for the corn- settings of the Simple Gradual. See confirmed approval of the of the Con- Christian Doctrine Bible, and Standard Version for use with lectionary of read- The date of publi- new lectionary is not most notable fea- cFcle of Masses. C.C.V.I., Sister M. Declan, C.C.V.I., Sister Rebecca, C.C.V.L, Mrs. Catherine Ann Thomas, Mrs. Helen Weeks and Mrs. Jerre R)berts. Sister Florence, O.S.B., assis- tant in the diocesan education de- partment, has been travelling throughout the diocese during the last six months, conducting the C.C.D. courses, and hundreds of attendance certificates have been awarded for partial fulfillment of requirements. Much latent teaching talent has been uncovered by the course and many parishes now have successful schools of religion being conduct- ed by laymen. Sister Geraldine, O.S.B., is supervising the Jones- boro program, and Sister Amata, R.S.M., is supervisor in Searcy. Holy Souls and Christ the King parishes in Little Rock have re- ported much enthusiasm and pro- gress in their schools of reli- gion, Sister Florence said. There has been a noteworthy nation's public schools. The legislator said he has 45 senators who will sponsor a Con- stitutional amendment which would provide that nothing in the Con- stitution shall "abridge the right of persons lawfully assembled in any public building" to participate in nondenominational prayer. Sen. Dirksen for the last three years has carried on a campaign for legislators to restore pray- ers to the public school. The U. S. Supreme Court in 1962 ban- ned Bible reading and prayers in the public schools. decline from 560 two years ago to 46 today in the number of pupils enrolled in the C.C.D. cor- respondence course for ele- mentary and high school children who have no opportunity to re- ceive religious instruction, Sister Florence said. She said this in- dicates the greater participation of lay instructors in conducting classes in religion. POOR GRADES?00 or more school subjects. TIME FOR THE FIRST Builds tutoring services Better Grades available for your c Success at nominal cost. Attitude Amer;ca's Most Effective Tutorin[ and Remedial Reading Advanced electronic technology, audiovisual aids and ='programmed instruction" provide easier, faster and better learning in a wide selection of basic school sub- jects. Each student is individually instructed. 664-2880, 4111d ] 00lff:dr ,dRdgdW BIG THINGS ARE HAPPENING AT THE BANK THAT MAKES THINGS HAPPEN Father Manchino CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 samples were gathered, primarily from doctors' offices throughout Arkansas. Students at Hall High School in Little Rock, directed by Austin McCaskill, Jr., toured Greater Little Rock, making these latter collections. Dr. Mariano Roca Rives, a Colombian, dir- ected preparation of the samples for shipment. Hospital beds, mattresses and equipment, including two anes- thetizing machines, were contri- buted by St. Edward's Mercy Hospital, Fort Smith and St. Joseph's Hospital, Hot Springs. The W. T. Stover Company of Little Rock donated three Jeep loads of clinical equipment and medical supplies. Office and laboratory equipment came from Dr. Amail Chudy, Dr. Deane Baldwin and Dr. L.K. Austin. A five kilowatt generator was the gift of Ted Brulch of 13.5 Skyline Drive, North Little Rock, and a 1.5 kilowatt generator was donated by Phil HerUen of the Helena Electric Company. A por- table two kilowatt generator was contributed by W.C. Powell. A ton of slightly used and factory rejected shoes was given by Dr. Scholl Shoe Company of Cincinnati, throught the good of- fices of R.S. Carlson. Father Manchino said it was im- possible to name all who have contributed to his missionproject, but he expressed "heartfelt thanks to everyone, and especially to Bishop Fletcher, for permitting him to work in Mexico, and to Dr. and Mrs. Amail Chudy of North Little Rock for their un- tiring efforts to develop interest in the project." I WHY PEOPLE BUILD CHURCHES THE HOLY FATHER'S MISSION AID TOTHE ORIENTAL CHURCH YOU CAN DO IT NOW BY MAIL WHILE YOU CAN FOOD BARGAINS The answer is easy: they welcome the oppor- tunity to do something needed where it's needed. Sometimes, besides, they build the church in memory of their loved ones, name it for their favorite saint .... Where is a new church needed? In hundreds of towns and vil- lages in our 1S-country mission world. In Puram, India, for instance .... Archbishop Joseph Pare- cattil writes that the growing Catholic popula- tion of this small industrial area in the Arch- diocese of Ernakulam does not earn enough to build a permanent chapel. "They have expressed their desire for a place to worship by pur- chasing a site for a chapel from what little in- come they receive," states the Archbishop .... You can build this church all by yourself for as little as $3,800. You'll be doing something needed, where it's needed, for Christ--and for people who cannot do for themselves[ . . . Do something at least, as much as you can ($100, $75, $50, $25, $20, $15, $10, $5, $3, $1) to help build this church] Where the weekly income is only $1, even the change in your pocket will be a Godsend! . . . Have you been looking for something meaningful to do this Lent. (Ash Wednesday is February 19.) Help the people of Puram build a simple but lasting church. lilt qff Tell your lawyer, when you discuss your Will, our legal title is CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION: Stringless bequests are used where the Holy Father says they're needed. The Masses you arrange for will be offered by poor missionaries. $600 will train a native priest, $300 a native Sister, who will pray for you always. $10,000 will build a parish "plant" (church, school, rectory, and convent) somewhere over- seas.., a memorial forever! allh qlff $10 will feed a family of Palestine refugees for one month. In thanks we'll send you an Olive Wood Rosary from the Holy Land. Dear Monsignor Nolan: @ CA ENCLOSED PLEASE FIND $. FOR. Please NAME. return coupon with your STREET offering CITY STATE-- ZIP CODE__ THE CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION NEAR EAST MISSIONS MOST REV. TERENCE J. COOKE, President Write: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE Assoc. 330 Madison Avenue. New York, N.Y. 10017 Telephone: 212/YUkpn 6-5840 / _