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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 6, 1969 H00'.00FoF{ V00RY "6ugG CHmjs"nar005 Cantor --for Cantor, CongregaUon and two Rattles Lauer osc *,OItLUJ ...... - .... w--zr.- .......  ,.v f,9.Lz: . LaueT osc WnfFSILIW Da- da --, goo .... , Gaggle gah, gaggle goo, Da- da wee --: Da- da --, goo .... , goo---. Wah ....... , wah ..... ,wsh,wah, goo. IDa- da --, goo .... , da-da wee ....... I Gah, gah wee ...... ! ..... nr-, 7 " =  = :" e" = = 7 v ' -" " P V goo .... . Gaggle, gaggle, goo ..... , goo ..... ] 'Peter's Pants' Not Same as 'Peter's Pence' (NC News Service) sands of Arab refugee men and boys in a camp in Jordan. Far from objecting to the teim as disrespectful, the Holy Father thought it very appropriate. To the Arabs who speak little English, the pun is lost, but the work of the Pontifical Mission to Palestine is not lost. They call it E1 Bathe el Babaweya, or the mission of the Pope. "Project Peter's Pants" is not to be confused with the annual Pe- ter's Pence collection. The only thing they share is the same "Pe- ter," in this case, Pope Paul VI. Project Peter's Pants was the name given by members of the Pontifical Mission to Palestine to the mission's efforts to provide warm winter trousers for the thou- DON'T set his world on fire PLEASE... prevent forest fires There are other names, or nick- names given to the program. One is the Pontifical Mission to the Moslems. In fact, there is a great deal of accuracy to the des- cription since by far the major- ity of the Arab refugees the Pon- tifical Mission was founded to aid are Moslems. The name itself is very des- criptive and is not just the use of the term pontifical in the general sense. The program was instituted in 1948 upon the strong recommendation of then Msgr. Giovanni Montana, the present Pope, 'after he had been sent to the Middle East to investigate the relgee situation following the 1948 war. Rather than establish a new or- ganization and possibly duplicate work in the area, Pope Plus XII asked the American Hierarchy if it would provide personnel and funds for the Pontifical Mission as a related program to the Catholci Near East Welfare Asso- ciation (CNEWA). The American bishops agreed and the Pontifical Mission now works side by side with, but sep- arate from, CNEWA. The CNEWA is responsible for the entire Oriental Church and is strictly sectarian. The Pontifical Mission has a much more limited responsibility, aiding the victims of tile Israeli-Arab conflict, and is strictly nonsectarian. Pope Paul VI calls it "disinter- ested charity." The term disin- terested refers, of course, to the fact that the Pontifical Mission is not interested in facts of politics or religion but only in the fact of human need. A good example of this is a Pontifical Mission project in Syria which willprovide a housing project for 1,000 Arab refugees. Church Music for Yo May Goo...E:,-, Go..Too Fort Wayne, Ind. (CPF) -- With so much emphasis on providing "relevant" liturgical music for young people -- guitar folk Masses and such -- a seminarian has in- dicated how far this trend might go by composing a "Hymn for Very Young Christians," written for "cantor, congregation and two rattles." The opening line of the hymn goes, "De-de, gee, gaggle gah, gaggle gee, da-da wee," and the rest of the lyric carries out that theme. Written by 24-year-old Brother John Lauer, O.S.C., a seminarian at the Crosier Fathers' House of Studies, where he is organist and choir director, "Hymn for Very Young Christians" has been per- formed (by adults) at the Emmaus House ecumenical center in New York. Brother Lauer, who saidhe com- posed the parody because he has "reservations about some of the approaches being taken in modern liturgical music," wrote a com- mentary on his hymn, which said, in part: "We can't expect the very young to understand the intricacies of Bach or Distler. Likewise, we can hardly expect them even to grasp the impressive insights expressed inthelL odies of Ray Repp or Indeed, the very: they can really call nothing that is "They need speaks to them, and it to them or run the them to the Church. since adult Chris1 such tremendous bracing the music of tians, there is every believe they will be to that of the very (Catholic Forest fires burn a hole in Hot Springs ( 00hurch ST. GABRIEL'S--Sunday Messes: 7 and 9 A.M. Holydeys 7 and 9 A.M. ST. JOHN'S--Sunday Masses: 6, 8 and 10 A.M. and 12 Noon. Holydays Trade With Your II I I MEEKS NEON Manufacturing Co. SALES . 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