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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 2, 19B2 PAGE 7 Current ovie Listings .';S A. SI"('TION I ,ll.ra Pair lage ' tralerrestrial )he x,r Loonev Bugs Bunny mg :s A, SFX'TII)N II L and .'doil, sc/,oth ) l,lalice ']'he hst, ']'he: Evd Under the ooinfi 1,ss,ng I l,augh hard 11, The Wrath of Kahn; and M: 1 'ee Brothers; Ticket to Jr., rossetS x. HF('TION nl i appoi t Adult ) States Fhe at WeS e gradY: Chu Chu and the Philly - -nenta I Divide [gh Sch( I)ead Men Don't Wear of Hok esident lemser3rishioner of ( ecretar.Come Nun 's Servitl e Rock -- Angela r the AU, daughter of ee Ciulan d Elise Redmond ball plumber of Immaculate delegabn parish, will enter Legiontered Contemplative Sisters at Lufkin, kduly. -----,,,,'ark her entry into Ltl life, a Mass will be mvetr her at Immaculate .=..,,,,on Church Sunday, 45P.M. .'ption will follow in ry. LMED BISHOP City (NC) -- Pope II named Father 58. former of the of the Sacred bishop of Plaid: Deathtrap: Diner First Monday in October: Four Friends: French Lieutenant's Woman, The Gallipoli: Grease ll tlanky Panky I Ought to Be in Pictures: If You Could See What I ttear: I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can Ltker Modern Problems: Mommie Dearest Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia, The On Golden Pond: One From the ffeart Paternity: Pennies Irom Iteaven : Prince ol the City. The : Pursuit olD B. Cooper, The Raggedy Man: Reds: Rocky 111: Reliever Secret Policeman's Ball, The: Sharky's Machine: Shoot the Moon: Silent Rage: Southern Comtort; Stranger is Watching, A Thex All Laughed: Three Friends: Time i3andits Venom Woman Next I)oor, The; Wrong Is Right ('I,ASS A, SECTION IV ( Adult, '. Jill l(e,el-vation ) Long Good Friday. 1'he Mephislo Pixole Richard Pryor Live on Sunset Strip Stor. ot Christiane F, The Victor-Victoria Whose Life Is It Anyway? ('I,AS. t) ()*h)ral]) ()|)jet'tionahle) All the Marbles: Anleriean Werenlt in tA)ndon, All; Amin The Rise and Fall Blade l{unoer: Bo(b Ileat: Budd.', Buddy: Butlerfl. ('aligula: Cat People: Cn'cle ol Deceit ; Conan the Barbarian Death Valley; Death Wish I1 Fighting Back Ghost Story ttalloween If: tleavy Metal: Honky Tank Freeway I Love You I,ady Chatterly's Lover; Little Sex, A; Love and Money Making Love Neighbors Paradise; Palaslte; Partners; Penitentiary lI; Personal Best; Poltergeist; Porky : Private Lessons Quest ot Fire Ragtime; Rich and Famous Seduction, The: So Fine: Some Kind of Hero; Soup for One; Strange Behavior Tarzan. The Ape Man; Tattoo; Tragedy at a Ridiculous Man; True Confessions Vice Squad: Visiting Hours 252 Bishops Prayed and Reflected Collegeville, Minn. (NC) -- The 252 U.S. bishops who came to Collegeville, in- cluding His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock, expected 10 days of prayer and reflection and "that's precisely what we did," said Archbishop John Roach, president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Archbishop Roach, ar- chbishop of St. Paul- Minneapolis, and Bishop James Malone of Youngstown, Ohio, vice- president of the bishops' conference, held a press conference at St. John's University on the last full day of the assembly. A bishop's role in church and society today was the focal point of individual meditation and group discussion by the bishops during the "Assembly for Prayer and Reflection on Episcopal Ministry." Archbishop Roach and Bishop Malone agreed that the setting and the schedule allowed the body of church leaders "to come to grips with some very important questions." "The collegial nature of the bishops' conference has been enriched immensely by this experience," Archbishop Roach said. "That's very important. We will find it easier to address difficult questions and to do it collegially and prayerfully." As is customary at the end of a retreat, the bishops will come away with some resolutions, said Bishop Malone. "We would like to see ourselves emphasize the spiritual dimension of our role. We want to present And Archbishop Roach ourselves as men to pray for again affirmed the aim of the the people we serve and try to 10-day assembly. "We deal lead in a loving spirit, not in a with issues and actions at the coercive way," he said. annual plenary meetings in Five papers were presented Washington. We purposely to the bishops during the 10 avoided that format here. days. The papers focused on Rather, we reflected. And it the bishop as builder of worked." community, as evangelizer, in Media representatives were collegial sharing of ministry, particularly interested in the as sanctifier and in the draft statement on war and American political and peace which the bishops economic context. Providing received during the meeting the basis for daily discussions at Collegeville. After reading in small groups of seven, the the statement, the bishops are papers were not intended to to respond to the ad- further a consensus on any ministrative committee by issue. July 15. The statement will he The two conference leaders re-worked and again cir- insisted that the Collegeville culated by the administrative meeting was not convened to committee in final form, to be result in action by the bishops, discussed and voted on at the "Even today as we conclude, plenary meeting of the we are not indicating any call bishops' conference in to the conference of bishops to Washington in mid- adopt a particular plan of November. action or to adopt a corporate While the bishops study the stance on any issue," Bishop statement, they will also be Malone said. receiving input from the people they serve, the church leaders said. "The church has already played a significant role on the question (nuclear arms)," Archbishop Roach said. "We have a consensus on issues with a moral component. We didn't have to develop that here. The role we will take is in sensitizing our people to the priorities that must be put on life and the immorality of nuclear arms." Bishop Malone said "our aim is to help people to un- derstand that the nuclear war is a different kind of war." Archbishop Roach said there is a feeling that meetings like the 10-day assembly in Collegeviile would be valuable every three or five years, but would not replace the annual plenary meetings and their format. Planning for the Collegeville assembly was carried out by a committee headed by Bishop Malone. HUG CHEVROLET CO. 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