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PAGE 12 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 7, 1969 I Squander ing Money On Pomp Forbidden Naples, Italy (NC)--Corrado Cardinal Ursi of Naples has cal- led for an end to the "pomp and squandering of money" for wed- dings, First Communions, fun- erals and feast days in his arch- diocese. In a pastoral letter to the clergy and faithful, Cardinal Ursi said: "My conscience as pastor cannot tolerate that the sacraments of faith change themselves into sac- raments of feasts in such a way that they insult our poor bro- thers." All sacraments will henceforth be administered uniformly, he said. Cardinal Ursi advised that be- ginning on Easter everyone observe the sacraments accord- ing to the instructions given by the Italian Bishops' Conference. I Sister Agnes Translates Second Book of Father Weibel Jonesboro -- A second histor- ical book, "Forty Years Mis- sionary in Arkansas," written in German by Father Eugene J. Weibel, has been translated into English by Sister M. Agnes Voth, O.S.B. Rev. Mother M. Benedicta Boeckmann, O.S.B., superior of Holy Angels Convent here, said this translation has been copy- righted and published by the Abbey Press, St. Meinrad, ind., and re- cently went on sale. The original book was published by Raeber and Company in Lucerne, Switzerland, in 1927 with an American copy- right. Lee A. Dew, professor of his- tory at Arkansas State University, has recommended Sister Agnes' second translation, giving the story of a courageous missionarypriest, Father Eugene Weibel, and his HOW TO KEEP LENT THE HOLY FATHERJS MISSION AID TO THE ORIENTAL CHURCH With the season of Lent, comes the question, "How can I best keep Lent?" The answer is we must make sacrifices on our own and nothing is a sacrifice unless it hurts. What will be your sacrifice? . . . Just think of the missionaries in our 18 emerging countries who keep Lent all year long. Sacrifice something big this year. When helping others hurts a bit, you know you've made a sacrifice. GOOD WHEN IT HURTS FEED THE HUNGRY TRAIN A SISTER HELP A CHILD MASSES FOR LENT JOIN THIS ASSOCIATION Dear Monsignor Nolan: Please return coupon with your offering a, 1iv [] In India, our priests and Sisters subsist on ounces of rice each day so they can share what they have with lepers and orphans. $10 will feed a family for several weeks at least. $50 will feed five families. $100, ten families... Only $975 gives a priest a two-acre 'model farm' to raise his own food and teach his parishioners how to raise more food. Archbishop Mar Gregorioswill write to thank you. [] Enable a girl to become a Sister. For 41 a day ($12.50 a month, $150 a year, $300 al- together) you can pay in full for her two-year training, have a Sister 'of your own.' [] For only $10 a month ($120 a year) you can make sure that an abandoned child has food, clothing, a blanket and love . . . We'll send you a photo of the boy or girl you 'adopt'. [] Our priests will offer promptly the Masses you request. Do you wish to remember a loved one this Lent? Your Mass offerings are usually the only income our priests overseas receive. == [] Enroll yourself, your family and friends in this Association. You will be helping Pope Paul in one of his most ambitious and heartfelt works, while sharing in the blessings of thousands of Masses. (The offering for one year is $2 per person, $10 for a family; perpetual membership is $25 per person, $100 for a family.) @CA ENCLOSED PLEASE FIND $ FOR NAME,,, STREET. CITY STATE.__ ZIP CODE NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION THE CATHOLIC career in carving parishes, schools, and hospitals from the frontier environment of Arkansas in the late 19th century. Not only should all Catholics find this book interesting, said Mother Benedicta, but it should prove of value to anyone interested in the history of religion in Ar- kansas, in Southern history, fron- tier history, or the history of immigration. This translation brings out Father Weibel's frequently sub- jective and often critical accounts of Arkansas life at the turn of the century. It also offers insights into the many facets of state and national history and serves as a valuable explanation of the "mel- ting pot" theory. It is recommend- ed for both the scholar and the layman. The translation of "Forty Years Missionary in Arkansas," cov- ering approximately the years 1879-1920, is available in Jones- boro at ASU Book Store, Caleb Watson and Company, R.B. Vowels Printing and Supply Company, Gift Shop at St. Bernard's Hos- pital, or the Gift Shop of Holy Angels Convent. SisterAgnes Presents Book to Mother Viet C0ng Murder Parish Saigon (NC) -- The Viet Cong have killed a 34-year-old Viet- namese Redemptorist priest in a hamlet northeast of Quang Ngai. Father Alphonsus Nguyen Diem, C.SS.R., was pastor in a hamlet about six miles inland from Birth Son, a coastal town. It is a new parish with about 200 Catholics. Until November, 1968, the Viet Cong occupied the area. Then, under the South Vietnamese gov- ernment's accelerated pacifica- tion campaign, the Viet Cong were driven out. Father Diem had a tion school and hall served as a church. was near the church. When the Vlet Cong hamlet Feb. 24 they Father Diem to come meet them. When he side they shot him. They led seven other hamlet and blew up the hall. Step into the Old World at 0000ederl00ehr WINE LAND You have a cordial invitation to visit the Wiederkehr Wine Cellars, the oldest and largest winery in the Southwest. The whole family will enjoy a guided tour of the vineyards and the wine cellars where our fine wines are made and aged. Browse and gift-shop in the quaint Chalet Suisse, then dine in the Wein Keller Restaurant. It has the rustic charm of an Alpine ii Mountain Inn and features authentic Swiss cuisine served in the con- tinental manner. Lunch is from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 5:00 until 10:00 p.m. daily, closed Sunday. Enjoy a gourmet meal, accented with your choice of Wiederkehr dinner and dessert wines. Plan a trip soon to Wiederkehr Wine Land atop St. Mary'S Mountain at Altus, Arkansas. It's like stepping into the Old World of Swiss charm, grace and hospitality. NEAR EAST MISSIONS MOST REV. TERENCE J. COOKE, President MSGR. JOHN G. NOLAN, National Secretary Write: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOC. 330 Madison Avenue .New York, N.Y. 10017 Telephone: 212/YUkon 6.5840 Good Appetite- WIEDERKEHR WIEDERKEHR WINE CELLARS, INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS U.S. HIGHWAY 64