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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 4, 1969 Canadian Priests Duped Into Experience in Collegiality Ottawa (NC) -- The mask is off For six months now, the priests of Canada have been victims of a plot by the bishops They were drawn into a process of collegiality without realizing it. And that was the major real- ization of 350 priests at Ottawa recently during the first central regional conference of priests of Ontario and English-speakingQue- bec. It became obvious, by the fourth I day, that they would not -- indeed, could not -- come up with a balanced program of recom- mendations for defining "Tile Role of the Priest in Contem- porary Canadian Society". That&apos;s what the bishops asked them to do last September at Winnipeg, and asked for a report to consid- er at their meeting in April. There is no way. The question is too big, and the discussion is only begun. So in terms of eval- uation, was tile effort worthwile? Will it continue? Bishop Remi DeRoo of Victoria and Father Edmund Roche, of the Canadian Catholic Conference staff at Ottawa, have virtually lived aboard airplanes for six months, traveling across Canada countless times to attend meetings of priests, anywhere, any time. They didn't expect a workable report, and that was news to most priests at Ottawa. They also said FOREST SHO I00plNG HEIGHTS CENTER .. in the Heart of Holy Souls Parish. FREE PARKINGFRIENDLY SERVICE . . . EVERYTHING for ALL the FAMILY in this CONVENIENT one-stop SHOPPING CENTER! lw you. CLOt.El Arts NOV mICOM,NO TO You T.lv SMOULD aS= tOM,NO TO Ue... BOSHEARS CLEANERS t.AUNDV CLf.ANJNO IITORAOE MOHAWK 4.eono nell I<AVANAUOH KAVANAUGH PHARMACY * FREE DELIVERY * 5008 Phone Kavanaugh MO 4-3844 m i i CENTRAL ARKANSAS AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" 1807 N. 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Step C is to involve the whole body of lay- men h, Canada in determining the role of the priest in modern society, because that depends al- most entirely on the needs of the people who are to be served. It may take three years or five to work out It is a process of preparing the body of people to name their spokesmen, priests or laymen. The practical result will be for- marion of a national pastoral coun- cil. I 9 Protestant Churches May Merge Atlanta (NC) -- A prelimi- nary outlIne of a plan which even- tually may unite nine Protestant denominations into one 25-million- member church was disclosed at the annual Consultation on Church Union meeting here. The Rev. Dr. William A. Ben- field, Jr., chairman of the plan of union commission, said the outline is the result of seven years of work by more than 100 leaders in the nine denominations. He said additional work remains to be done and ratification of the plan would not be considered for 10 years or longer. The denominations involved are the African Methodist Episcopal church; the African Methodist Episcopal Zion church; the Chris- tian Churches (Disciples of Christ); the Christian Methodist Episcopal church; the United Methodist church; the Presby- terian Church in the United States (Southern); the Episcopal church; the United Church of Christ, and the United Presbyterian church. Prep Seminary Plans to Close Chicago (NC) -- The Passion- ist Preparatory Seminary, War- renton, Me., will be discontinued in June, according to Father Paul M. Boyle, C.P., provincial of Holy Cross Province A decrease in vocations among boys of high school age, rising costs and lack of teaching per- sonnel, are reasons for closing the seminary, which was established shortly after the founding of the province in 1906. The present student body and part of the teaching staff will enter a program of collaboration with St. Henry's Seminary, oper- ated by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Belleville, Ill. But no freshmen will be included in the new Passionist seminarypro- gram. Current enrollment in the Warrenton seminary is 125, in- cluding 32 seniors. Father Boyle said an added fac- to, in the decision to close the seminary is his current reorgan- ization of the recruitment pro- gram. A strong effort willbe made to encourage young men of college age to consider entering the Pas- sionist community. Although 50 years ago the perseverance rate was high, today less than eight per cent of those entering the freshmen class of the prepara- tory seminary continue on to the priesthood. Barbara Rites For Victim Of Auto Little Rock -- Funeral were held at Our LadY Counsel Church here morning for Barbara Goodhart, daughter of Mrs. A. C. senior at MountSt. Miss Goodhart was jured In an automobile on Wednesday evening on home from attendIng a meeting at the academY. involved In the accident yen by Richard Highley picked up his sister, Barbara at the s c h o o 1. Patricia were injured i cident, although not seriO"' ricia also is a senior St. Mary's. Richard at Little Rock UniversitY. was She was newspaper, and a membe] rary Club, Press Club, Club, Active Youn cial studies club, the and Sodality. She had Memphis State mission In September. Members of the held memorial services and Roth chapel Services were conducteC Rev. Richard Davis, tel structor at the Mount, the homily memorial. A reading was by ident of the senior tire senior class services dressed in uniform Besides her parents, is survived by three and four sisters. Burial was in Calvary tery. Entertainers Hail, 'Rally for DecenCY Miami (NC) -- recently did their the Orange Bowl, and and entertainers have that the "Rally ably sparked a ment by youth against bigotry and Some 30,000 pre-teens and adults "generation gap" for a hour show that featured top teer entertainment. Jackie Gleason said 'q this kind of movement ball across the United perhaps even around the Other performers Lettermen, the the Rhodes Brothers, Bryant, and local cYO school groups.