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PAGE 8--A THE GUARDIAN, MAY 3, 1974 Noted Ecumenist Says Lessons from Judaism, 'New Pluralism' Needed JOE DOLAN Insurance Agency "MR. INSURANCE" All Lines of Insurance (501) 842-2431 England, Arkansas l,ittle Rock -- "Religion in the pluralism to meet the the belief Vatican II document United States is being challenges we face in this on the People of God indicateda neutralized" by conflicts bet- country." fear that the'Chruch "had fallen ween faiths, ServiLe Father The ServiLe priest, who is a back into the temple idea." John T. Pawlikowski told an member of the Secretariate for The Pharisaic revolution Ecumenical Lecture Series Catholic-Jewish Relations of the audience here last week, and National Conference of Catholic brought the gradual "religious communities need to Bishops, delivered the final replacement of Jewish priests dialogue to form a " new lecture in the 1974 series April t)y rabbis, he asserted. And the pluralism . . . and to determine 25 in the Arkansas Arts Center rabbi was "essentially a ......  the role religion can play in auditorium, discussing the layman, a minister without .............. : establishing values." topic: "The Significance of special liturgical function." An Arkansas 'Miracle' in MexiCO "One basic fallacy" that must Judaism and Christian .Jesus followed this rabbinic Edwmd L Hoyt be discarded, the famous Renewal." concept, he asserted. Father John Munch,o, right, watches two of his M,g, I ecumenist said. is "lhe old Father Pawlikowski devoted The revolution also brought a parish men enclose a mountain spring in concr AGENT notion of pluralism which much of his address to lessons basic shift of religious life away provide running water for his mission village of Op"rm from the temple and into the The ,illa e oe le have been waiting 20 earS fo, viewed religion as very in- Christians can learn from a ' g P P Y gt AUTO, LIFE, FIRE dividual." Ways must now be study of ancient Judaism. In family in the home, Father government to pipe water to their community, (l AND HEALTH INSURANCE found, he asserted, to transform particular, he stressed Pawlikowski continued. And Arkansas priest organized a cooperative effort two , religious ideas to meet society's Pharisaic Judaism which he Jesus at the Last Supper was ago and the project is now nearing completion Fibet , " e J-- Office 753-0834 needs, said was "dynamic' and "leading a Pharisaic family." pipe donated by A-O Smith Inland Company of Littl Home 225-2713 "A new pluralism" is needed, "provided a new intimacy Especially important in the and cash contributions from other Arkansans matl, Father Pawlikowski added, between God and man." The Catholic tradition, he said, was Opopeo.P;?lJ%P;nbine ladr;:/ ::/:ethl m;unttm :i[i e hecause "there is no kind of "Pharisaic revolution" brought the Pharisaic development of u I general storehouse we can draw "a shift in focus from the the "oral Torah," the first five on to make a decent society." temple to the synagogue," he books of the Old Testament. The , tte observed that there has been said. Pharisees saw the written in his new liberty without God," them to full apprecia "'a modicum of trust" among Whereas the ancient Jewish scripture as the product of "a he said. He described it as "the. fact without d '|a various religions since Vatican temple was "lhe houseof God," milieu different than their ultimate achievement of man Judaism. |Leer II and that this can be used as a he explained, "the synagogue own," he explained, and their without God." Join the STAG Line EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor starting point for sharing in- was the house of the people of "oral Torah" treated religious He complained that too little sights and developing "a new God." The speaker expressed principles in the light of actual study has been made of the situations, causes of the holocaust. "The Theological Lecture Series Father Pawlikowski con-challenge,"heasserted,"would tended that study of the oral not be so great if we accepted concept of the Pharisees could the irrationality thesis... But it Father Schneider reviVerecognitionamOngof traditionChristianSas "an was a rational event...in the T,,m.,__.. Feature mainstream, not on the lunatic source of revelation, fringes." Little Rock - The sixth of John's Home Missions "The resurrection of the Study of the causes of the Nazi seven addresses in the Theol- Seminary. Heholds a Licentiate individual person" was another "'holocaust" has become ogical Lecture: in Sacred Theology from the concept developed by the especially important in view of Series, sport- Gregorian University in Rome, Pharisees, he asserted. It was man's new potential for "a ASK FOR sored by the and has done graduate social "a natural outflow" of their nuclear holocaust," he said. Dioceseof Lit- studies at the University of attitude toward life and human Christology is another area lie Rock and Arkansas. He teaches, religion dignity. This, too, he said, which can be better understood its Depart- and social studies at Catholic contains many lessons for through the study of Judaism, ment of Adult High School and is pastor of Christians. Father Pawlikowski said. Religious Holy Cross parish, Sheridan. Father Pawlikowski devoted "Both Christians and Jews," he Education Father John Riddell of the several minutes to discussing asserted, "refuse to live with "the holocaust" that killed six the fact that Jesus was a Jew." will be delivered next Tuesday, Education Department an- million Jews in Nazi Germany. Christians must stress this fact C H I L I May7 at SP M in the chapel of nounced postponement until , , . . ', , Z ,." ........... f "e "The razi experience snows to the Jews he maintained but [. donns uatflOlle uenter Dy unaay, wLay zb, o m,, ....... can do "- " .... : " " . T. what unerateo man me mincmty m now to ormg DIbrRIBUTED BY: Father Albert J. Schneider of scheduled address on "Prayer. ' ''" AMPLE ' Henley the faculty of Catholic High by Sister Kathryn Sullivan, . ,o , , , PARKING School. His topic, an insight into R.S.C.J., of Manhattanvi.lle | I. r H-mo Loans | | :  I Wholesale Meats the challenge of the future will College, N Y The renowned | my v  [ | ''---  I be "Looking Forward." ' teacher, scholar and lecturer I A -can- I I lilal/l I Remount& Perrin, N.L.R. was originally scheduled to I [:: 1 George Berg I I mm--lmmr I Father Schneider a ative of deliver the Theological Lecture I :][,d Member I I  li| I ul AI i' Jonesboro, is an almnus of St. last Saturday. I Christ theKlngl I -_--..lm] I ilrJtllm .. ,... . .... . I 6 Mercy :00isTer Leone utes, I I Ldr0t SlIwiRE CH|0r I ............... Rif in Mot 00nrtnns .... I [.ll.t., I I FamnyMacines-zndusma' i 5,0 WEST r  I L]L..L eae J I .Repairs and Service I ltot Springs -- A Mass of the Mulligan officiated at the i [lla,'J I J 1508 So University I LITTLE ROCK, i,11 Resurrection was offered in the funeral Mass. 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