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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 4, 1969 Church Revises Ritual for MarriaEe Vatican City (NC) -- The Church has given the bride and bride- groom a new marriage ceremony that draws attention to them as the ministers of the sacrament of Matrimony. Instead of simply replying: "I do" to the question of the priest, they themselves utter the full de- claration that they are man and wife. This is a return to a custom prevalent before the Council of Trent where each spouse express- ed the full sacramental formula. Under the new rite, the priest prefaces the moment of the con- ferring of the sacrament with three questions establishing the freedom of the two to marry, their de- termination to be faithful to one another, and their purpose of ed- i i,ii i i Charter a Bus! HENRY LIENHART Any size 8us available, from school bus to luxury air cow ditioned coaches. HOUSTON - BIGELOW BUS LINES ARROW COACH LINES 2713 W. 10th MO 6.9891 ucating offspring properly. Another feature highlighting the spouses as the essential actors in this sacramental moment is the speaking of the full formula of the exchange of rings by each spouse, instead of by the priest. The Congregation of Rites, in issuing the so-called "typical rite," leaves the local bishops' conferences free to depart from it where local custom seems to demand. This freedom extends even to the wording of the in- terrogation by the priest and of the formula of the sacrament as spoken by the spouses. However, the new marriage rit- ual itself specifies certain divergencies that can be selected. The ritual, bearing the date of March 19, was made public 10 days later. It goes into effect, however, on July 1, and this un- usually long period before it be- comes effective is designed to give various national liturgical committees time to draft at least a provisory edition in the local languages. Drs. 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Jubilees CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 ucation at Notre Dame where he obtained a Master's in Education and History, and at Catholic Uni- versity in Washington, D.C., where he obtained his Ph.D. Throughout his years as a monk of Subiaco, Father Joseph as been a teacher and principal in Sub- lace Academy, Corpus Christi Academy, Corpus Christi, Tex- as, and Laneri High in Fort Worth, Texas. He served as editor of the Catholic Laymen, a San Antonio magazine, and wrote the parish histories of Sacred Heart parish, Muenster, Texas, and St. Peter's, Lindsay, Texas. He has been pastor of Clarkesville, Ark. and of the small valley town of Bishop's Cousin Dies in El Paso E1 Paso -- Funeral services were held in St. Clement's Epis- copal Church here Wednesday for Frank Barren Fletcher, 81, a distant cousin of His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher of Little Rock. Mr. Fletcher, a prominent bus- iness and civic leader, was born in Little Rock. He was the founder of Acme Laundry and Cleaners in E1 Paso. His wife is the former, Miss Mildred Sullivan. They have two surviving children, Mrs. Jack R. Plate and Frank B. Fletcher, Jr., both of E1 Paso, and 10 grandchildren. Mr. Fletcher visited Little Rock almost every year and called on Bishop Fletcher each time. Atheistic P ressure Applied to U.S. Army Washington (NC) -- Under in- structions from Secretary of De- fense Melvin R. Laird, the Army is reviewing plans to drop ref- erences to God and religion from its mandatory character guidance courses usually taught by chap- lains. The elimination of such refer- ences was a response to complaints by the American Civil Liberties Union that the lectures, required for all soldiers, would have the effect of indoctrination in religion. But the disclosure of plans to heed these complaints drew sharp ob- jections in Congress. The issue came up with proposed publication of revisions to a manual that outlines the teaching of moral responsibility to members of the Army. Recruits must attend four hours of such lectures in basic training and later join with all soldiers in further sessions for one hour each month, Ever Wonder... . . .whether a priest who marries ever asks himself "Was it worth it?" ! i Reading The Guardian KEEPS A CATHOLIC INFORMED l The00(}uardi Official ?ublication of the q)iocese of ltle Published Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., ZS00 N. Tyler$' Entered as second-class matter March 21, 1911, al office of Little Rock, Arkansas, under the Act of f +  March 8, 1897. [ C'_ I : Second-class postage paid at %vr--I. Little Rock, Arkansas o.q, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 the year United in the "#115 O Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7.50 The Guardian is the official publication of the Diocese of Little Rock, proved its worth during the many years of its existence. It merits se hearted support of the priests and people of the diocese. With this goal, as an instrument of Catholic Action, can be achieved. ALBERT L. Bishop of EDITOR RIGHT REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph.D. Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, Ark. 72207 MANAGING EDITOR MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL MR. AUGUST PROBST. Address All Departments P. O. Box 7417 ' Telephone MO I OZ FOREST PARK STATION -- ZIP CODE 72207 Business Hours 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through FridaY. Saturday, major National Holidays and Holy Days of Obligation. La Feria in South Texas where he once baptized 17 into the Christian faith. His current work is with the hospital in Van Buren where he cares for the Christian patients. The 10th child in a family of 13, Father Joseph has been a liv- ing legend to his 73 nephews and nieces, 14 of whom followed him into religious ways of life. Six priests, three religious brothers, and five religious sisters look to him as their example in religion. Brother Ildephonse Burke, WO00Vtt0000 LITTLE ROCK HEARING AID CENTER 110 W. Capitol - FR 5-8264 i O.S.B., was born in in June 1903. He came biaco in 1942 when he Novitiate to become a tine Brother. 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