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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 15, 1974 To Bolster Faith Rural as Well as City Folks Need Holy Year Preparation By Msgr. John George Weber Co-Director, National Catholic Rural Life Conference and leaders of national Church organizations. Cardinal Manning zeroes in on reconciliation because this is part of the double theme, Renewal and Reconciliaton, for the Holy Year. Actually, you cannot have one without the other. If people are made new in the spirit of Christ, as St. Paul wrote to the Corinthians (II Cor. 5, 17-20), they must be recon- "While the universal celebration of the Holy Year begins one year from this Christmas, the year 1974 is the time in which the local Church will begin these first steps toward reconciliation." Thus wrote Timothy Cardinal Manning, chairman of the U.S. Bishops&apos; Committee for the Holy Year, to his fellow Bishops -z-t i Tl'll T'I. cried with their God and their ][All'lll neighbor. It does not take much COUNTY I BANK Age,<00 Member of FDI I liMRII !N URANCE" /All Lincs flnt,vancc "The Bank That Backs / The Community" / (501] 112-2431 / Englald Arl<ansas Hazen, Arkansas [ - ' FULCHER FIRST! J01 DOLAN Insurance Agency ';MR, INSURANCE" All Lines of InSurance (501) 842,2431 Engl at]d, Arl<ai] Sas n Carlisle.. TRY FULCHER HARDWARE Carlisle FARMERS UNION INSURANCES Property Life Farm Liability See our local agent or write CITIZENS IIANK A Good Bank in a Good Community Member F.D.I.C. Carlisle Arkansas Lewis J. Johnson Manager Phone 565-1548 intelligence to see the wisdom behind the advance preparation at the local Church level. In- volving all congregations and all people the world over for a year in advance not only assures effective preparation, but makes the program more relevant and will bring greater benefits to all of mankind. Renewal and reconciliaton presupposes a deterioration, a disorder, a separation, an in- terruption of wholeness and 4 5 Guard against wet skids - four deep grooves to channel water from under the tread. Guard against loss of road contact - special decoupling grooves allowing tread and sidewall to work indepen- dently of each other. Guard against sluggish handling- special stabilizers built into the lower sidewalls to provide positive reaction to changes of direction. PHONE-- STUTTGART - 922-6979 HAZEN - 255-4591 G I)UARD$ TO HELP PROTECT YOU S WAYS 6oouk'00e4u Custom Steelguard Radial with 1 polyesterGUard againStcord roughbody, ride-a strong Guard against penetration under the tread- double steel belts. Drug Co. PRESCRIPTIONS PAT COOK Registered Pharmacist Carlisle Arklnlls PROCTOR tIRE SERVICE, Inc. Carlisle By IN ORDER to know sin and its evil, we must have a full knowledge 'of the nature and dignity of man. All things on earth should be and are related to man as their center and crown. But what is man? If we listen to the answers given by man we find ourselves confronted with many divergent and even contradictory opinions. HE MIGHT exalt himself as the absolute measure of all things, or he might debase himself even to the ppint of despair, and so doubt and anxiety result. There is, however, a true answer to the question. Let us listen to the Fathers of Vatican II: "Sacred Scripture teaches that man was created "to the image of God," is capable of knowing and loving his Creator, and was appointed by Him as master of all earthly Creatures that He might subdue them and use them to God's glory. "WHAT IS MAN that you should be mindful of him, or the son of man that you should care for him? You have made him little less than the angels, and crowned him with glory and honor. You have given him rule over the works of your hands, putting all things under his feet. (Ps 8, 5-7) (Vat II the dignity of the human person, 12.)" Man is a creature of God and, as a social being, has a relationship to his fellow-man. Man came from God, and his ultimate goal is God, but man discovers that he also has an inclination towards evil; he finds himself engulfed by many evils, which do not stem from thegood Creator. THOUGH MAN is composed of body and soul, man is one; there is the material and the spiritual element. Because of sin he experiences rebellious stirrings in his body, but the very dignity of man demands that he glorify, God, and for- bids him to follow the evil in- clinations of his heart. Man, because of his intellect surpasses the material universe. By employing his talents man has made great progress through the ages in the fields of science, technology and the liberal arts. IN OUR TIME we may speak of superlative victories in his probing of the material world. Yet, man is not satisfied - his 2,320 Mabelvale Pike P.O. Box 4317p Asher Station Little Rock, Ark. 72204 A Chat After the Bishop's Speech His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald spoke on "Evangelization" recently at the annual Bishop's Dinner, sponsored by the Holy Souls Men's Club of Little Rock. He is pictured above at the head table as parishioners queued up to meet him after the dinner. (Msgr. Allen Photo). And Sin Msgr. John B. S chef?.', hCia intellect seeks a hig "i,.. and his will a greate{7'u consciously or unco 1 man is searching for C c Through his conscie, rra c taL feels bound by a law, _ God has written into t of men. i AS VATICAN !1 "Conscience is the mo core and sanctuary of There he is alone Wil whose voice echoeS I depths. In a wonderfu 1 conscience reveals f,,,,. which is fulfilled by loV I and neighbor . . . Co I r frequently errs from il Il, ignorance without 10 [ ! { dignity The same 111 said of a man who )iQ6 little for truth and go l  a conscience which by . grows practically sight L._ - result of habitual sin. i The Dignity of Moll, science, 16) rl' :li LLCRE00 | SHOPPERS Gtl00... Rhea Drug CF h HILLCREST - lu, 2801 Kavanaugh 6G" FREE DELIV HIL00 " KAVANAUGH & 3p V Phone 663- "We Ivnder DAN'S SHOP RAY AND TROILLET "The Best in SkN Phone -903 Member harmony. This can be on three fronts: a)within one's self b) Magnolia Co-rrnands, ---i-_ with our neighbor c) with our Eleven persons were confirmed by His Ex- Elizabeth Reed Benita Rded, Sarah I TM|Mn God. Before man can begin cellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald at Betty Reed and Carol Garrett. AIta '|||l renewal and reconciliation, he must be aware of the disorder .'." " , " . ""  .''.. "i " ', "' .. " atnd wish to do something about Even the most uninformed person today will admit that there is need for reconciliation and renewal. Whether it be the strained relationships on the international level -- the Middle East or the Far East -- or the national scene, many things could be better if man just had the desire. All nations and all classes of people can improve themselves and this applies to rural people in particular. There still is a serious need for better understanding and ; an( relationship between therural of men Pastoral Musinegs-----?en' and the urban sectors in society. The American Bishops have  "Oh neither can exist without the supported the lettuce boycott other. Rural people still tend to and also the Farah clothes ! na individualism whether it be boycott The problems of the nlUI! U----l" MI9 Ilyh"-n"" Ir.al