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THE: GUARI;AN, JULY 25, lb,9 PArE 13 -to-One Odds Cited t Church Changing on Priestly Celibacy Fla. (NC) -- Bis- of St. Aug'us- a group of future the contention of and "self-ap- of the Church" R of priestly Will be lifted. bishop came to the the study of Latin in the bishop said: has read Pope Paul's realizes that there in a million that be done away with ) Years.', purpose of cola- complete, total, un- dedication of a the service of the confessed he was rch, because of the use of Latin in Works was "in lng groups to the trend away interchange of very noticeably slow- rd's mates Dispensing -- A new machine been installed at Hospital here that flow atuomati- H. E. Known administrator. said the addition of :alled The Brewer insure quality medication Correctly level fi- re the hospital's there are six of operating under the nurse repro- System. She at St. Bernard's a runt the hospital's oa machine opera- will visit the Y, to provide nec- and to inspect Brewer System at each of the an electrically- storage station, s and a mobile hosPitals finding it to keep phar- 24 hours a day, res that several monly be available at station, under strict :Ontrol, near pc- basis, 365 clays -scribed the opera- manner: pro-packages designed boxes and In one of the corn- the Brewer Sta- is designed to each of 96 drugs. the special needs stations, about physician- re- can be hand- ed down." He pointed out that the use of one tongue and the main- tenance of 1,500 years of theologi- cal continuity was what made the Catholic Church catholic. Bishop Tanner, at a luncheon with 20 diocesan seminarians, de- clared they are becoming "a part of a universal Church that em- braces the entire globe and goes back 2,000 years with no break in spiritual and intellectual contin- uity." Emphasizing the importance of the development of a personal spirituality in the life of the priest, Bishop Tanner warned: "If the priest isn't the pos- sessor of a deep and profound spirituality, he can't transmit anything to his busy parishioners, i J i ii H Bridge Tender Wills University $69,000 Milwaukee (NC) -- A former City of Milwaukee bridge tender, who died in 1967, left Marquette University here $69,347 from his estate. Announcement of the bequest of the late Joseph F. Bork was made by Father John P. Raynor, S.J., Marquette's president. "According to Mr. Bark's wishes," Father Raynor said, "the money will be invested as an endowment and the resulting in- come used to establish a scholar- ship fund for needy students.'* e who are doing a thousand things." The bishop said he was "dis- tressed today by popular maga- zines that would make you believe that nothing happened (in the Church) until 196 and that until Vatican II started, the Church was practically helpless." He urged seminarians not to neglect the traditional sources in the development of Christian thought, and recommended they read as many works of the Church Fathers as possible. Cardinal Krol Signs Red Campaign Again::l Religion Failing Houston, Tex. (NC)-- The com- munist attack on man's religious freedom is doomed to failure be- cause it does violence to the dig- nity with which God has endowed man. That was the point stressed by John Cardinal Krol of Philadelphia here at the seventh annual obser- vance of Saints Cyril and Metho- dius Heritage Day. The two saints are revered as apostles who brought the Faith to many eastern European nations. "Religious freedom is so essen- tial and so basic," Cardinal Krol declared, "that its repression ren- ders insecure every other free- dom -- every other human right." "Many of the people who share the religious and cultural heritage from Saints Cyril and Methodius are enshrouded in the suffocating gloom of atheistic communism," the cardinal continued. "They are the targets of an all out campaign designed not so much to kill reli- gion by murder and martyrdoms, but rather to promote its death by starvation, suffocation and by depriving them of the necessities of existence." "The tactics of the campaign change but the goals are constant. It is a war unto death against God and religion," Cardinal lfxol asserted. "Once this freedom is eliminated, all other freedoms to which the human person has in- violable rights will not survive." The failure of communism, the cardinal stated, is a certainty. The only unanswered question, he noted, is "How long will it con- tinue to oppress and to inflict suffering upon innocent people?" 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