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:&gt; 10--THE GUARDIAN MARCH I, 1963 U.A. Catholic Center Slates -Organ Concert Fayetteville -- Kenneth Os- borne, professor of music at the University of Arkansas; will presext an organ concert of sacred music in St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Fayetteville next Sunday afternoon, March 3, at 4 P.M. Professor Osborne :o:fers this concert annually to give lovers of sacred music in Fayettcville and the surrounding area an opportunity to hoar and observe the Flentrop Orgmn. In addi- tion, he frequently" plays pre- lude :music for special occasions, such as Christmas, Easter, and graduation. The concert, which will be open to the public, will close with enediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The program follows: . Etienne Richard -- Prelude, Altemande, Sarabande; Louis Couperin--Fantasie; Nicholaus de GringnywPlaila Chant on 1st Sanotu; Pedal Point on full or- gan, Ave Marls Stella; Pierre d'Andrieu w Variation on Folk Tune: "When Jesus Christ was Custom  d.J_L Upholstering , I:[E Refinishing Rape:ring 'omplete 'line ,.rRJl of Fabrics <l.J[ Guaranteed  I Workmanship  r tl 00TTINGLY CO. 5019 Base Une Road Dial LO 5,2214 MEXICAN CATHOLICS FIGHT FOR EDUCATION -- Mexi- can Catholic parents are in the midst of a life or death strug- gle to. wrest control of their childrens' education from the secularists and preserve the positive aspec4s of social justice hr, ought about by the Mexican revolution. At left, a large gathering of Mexican parents hold discussions on how to meet the growing threat of secularization of their children's minds and hearts. Most Mexican schoolchildren in large ) .:i cities (seen. center photo) are 'the target of a rival spearheaded by freemasons, and socialists, -both private and public schools, are required by the ment to use the same textbooks. At right, a leaves a "government-owned" church in Jalapa, cruz, one of the regions hit hardest by persecution: past. The sign on the church says: "By order of the of National Property--Do not post advertising here Catholic Press Tied to Spiritual Formation surdity to imagine a spiritually formed Catholic whose only reading fare is secular," "the managing editor of The Guard- ian told Catholic students at the University of Arkansas here last Sunday night. William W. O'Donnell, .the pri.ncipal speaker .at the annual Cardinal Newman Day dinner, emphasized that "spiritual for- Fayetteville-- Catholics must be spiritually formed in order to fulfill their obligation to be apostolic, but "it is a patent ab- Born"; Johann Sebastian Bach from: Clavierubung Part III Fuga Super on: "Jesus Christ Our Saviour", Duetto II, Duetto IV, St. Anne's Fugue. ruction necessarily involves a full measure of .Catholic read- ing." He told the students and sev- eral members of the University faculty at the opening function of the '.Newman Week obser- vance at the Catholic Center, that "a substantial measure of secular reading is essential just to sustain oneself in today's world...But, for Catholics, "he asserted, "there must be an antidote to the seemingly in- nocent materialistic and secu- laristic poison that this reading feeds into our minds. "This antidote is to be found Bishop Scores Secular Press" Council Reports Nashville, T, enn., (E)Slanted writing in secular publications is giving Catholics a false im- pression of the Second Vatican omcil, Bishop William L. Adrian of Nashville said here. The Bishop took particular issue with accounts referring to-apparent conflict between so-called conservative and lib- erals wings at the council and with attacks on Alfredo Cardi- nal Ottaviani, secretary of the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office. He addressed the annual Clergy Day meeting of the Nashville Serra Club, which fosters vocations to the priest- COME 1N TODAY hood. The Bishop stated that ac- counts of the council in such magazines as Time, Newsweek and the New Yorker have given Catholics an incorrect impres- sion of what goes on at the council. "It is well to remember," the Bishop stated, "that nothing To the ONE MAN in TEN definite has yet been decided at the council. Only the Pope can make a final decision. 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"It makes no difference whether we hold a Bachelor's degree, a Master's degree or a Ph. ,D.," Mr. O'Donnell said, "if a Catholics' religious education is not on a level with his secu- lar training, he is not spiritual- ly formed and he cannot be apostolic on the plane of life for which he has been trained to live." The editor emphasized the contention of John Henry Car- dinal Newman that " 'the great instrument of propagating mor- al truth is personal knowl- edge' " and the famous church- man's assertion thai "'what I desiderate in Catholics is the gift of bringing out what their religion is'." Mr. O'Donnell asked, "How does one 'bring out' what is not already a part of hiin? How does one speak.., act.., pray like a Catholic if his convictions are not firmly toted in faith and knowledge?" ]le emphasized that "the edu- cation process for a Catholic never ceases. His spiritual for- mation continues from the cradle to the grave. And all the while," he asserted, "there are evil forces militating against it. Stressiilg' the dangers of Catholics being infected unwit- .the Church'..." Bishop Adrian then said that attempts in the press to down- grade Cardinal Ottaviani do not reflect the mind of the Church. "Good Catholics should not be scandalized by the recent attacks on Cardinal Ottaviani and the Roman Curia by cer- tain segments of the press,"' the Bishop said. He added that the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Of- fice and the Roman Curia are the voice of the Church, and when the Church speaks good Catholics listen. tingly by materialistic laristie philosophies, nell indicted the for "exalting the ignoring the saint. silencea silence by moral sorted, 'the secular counts the power of its treats as an ter-thought, and attribution, the need "Where, except in olic .press," he we find rational what is what and what is cept in the Catholic one kept continuaily the menace ,of secularism? Without ()lie press, what tion's reading fare gard to divorce and with regard to control, with regard nasia, with regard with regar(l to contrary to the mo:a fact," he asserted great issues that there is only one which the. Catholic for the certain needs. And that Catholic press..." The .editor cited tl anee of apostoUcity world, noting that the religious 16th century have the opportunities tha offered to them . tants," he said, "are easy for Catholics to tolie." AROUND (Continued from issuing the new shirt( Paragould -- teenagers t, njoyed ion par.ty given bY clic Youth Or Armory here Youth from the le towns of villc, Pocahontas, Ridge and En guests. The girls and ved hanaburgers, baked beans, drinks by the gould C.Y.O. in the evening theY dancing and games. James Walters, assi tor of St. Mary's is sponsor of the N. Lit(le Rock--The rick M. Lynch of of St. John's Home Seminary will give mons during Lenten. every Sunday Mary's Church here. A schedule of ten devotions has nounced by the Rev. Paul F. vices will be held and Sunday at 7:30 will be Stations of every Friday Rosary and sermon evenings.