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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 25, 1969 PAGE 15 Indian Basilica ANNIVERSARIES cations of Movies Being Renovated t O]g t Simla, India (NC) -- A Nation- for TV in Arkansas motion pictures will be broadcast on the days television stations in the Diocese of Little Rock• provided by the National Catholic Office for Motion A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General Patron- Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Un- for Adults with Reservations; B, Morally Objection- for All; C, Condemned). July 27 I. Channel 4 - Soln- Channel 4 - Wash- -AI. "Channel 11 - Strange - No listing. July 28 "Channel 4- Something Ill. 10:30 P.M. - Channel II -Stran- glehold - No listing. Tuesday, July 29 8:00 P.M. - Channel 4- Three Violent People - AII. 10:30 P.M. - Channel Ii -It's Never Too Late - No listing. Wednesday, July 30 10:30 P.M. - Channel II- Invin- al Christian Democratic Partyhas been formed here at a meeting of Christians from various parts of the country. Aims of the new party include the ending of alleged "foreign exploitation" of Indian Christians, expulsion of "foreign spies in the garb of missionaries" and pro- tection of theinterestsof all min- ority communities in the country. The Indian government's posi- tion has been that new missionar- ies will be admitted into the coun- try only if they possess outstand- ing qualifications of specialized experience and no suitable Indians are available for the work. The policy is intended to achieve Indianizalion of foreign Christian missions. cible Gladiator - No listing. DEPARTED PRIESTS Priests who have labored in the spiritual and temporal interests of the people of Arkansas are presented here o. their anniversaries from n list compiled by Father William Beck and are recommended to the faith. ful of the Diocese for remembrance in their prayers and Holy Mass. AUGUST ANNIVERSARIES Rev Wolfgang Schlumpf, OSB 8-1.'04 Ray Francis A Schwab, CSSp- 8-1.'43 Rev J F Van Oudenhoven-- 8-16-'26 Rev Anthony Lechner, CSSp. 8-17-'5 Rev John Klaffl, SVD ..... 8.19-'43 Ray Gregory Kehres, OSB -- 8.21.'62 Ray Augustine Metz ...... 8.23238 Alumnus of St. John'€ Seminnry Rev John A Flaherty ....... 8.24:39 Alumnus of St. John's Seminary Rev Joseph Schlatterer .... 8-26-'22 Vy Ray Msgr J V McCauley 8-26-56 (Alumn,m of St. John's Seminary) Ray B Binzegger, OSB ..... B-29-'16 Rt Ray Paul M Nahlen, OSB 8-31-'67 Third Abbot of New Subiaco Abbey Thursday, July 31 World Peace Day Theme Chosen Washington (NC) -- "Self-Edu- cation for Peace Through Recon- ciliation" will be the theme of the next World Day of Peace, to be held in January• The specific date has not yet been determined. Announcement of the theme was made by Vittorino Veronese of the Pontifical Commission on Justice and Peace. Veronese is president of the commission's Study Committee on the Issues of Peace and of the International Community. He said the theme "highlights the need to appeal to individuals, peoples and nations to agree to forgive reciprocal wrongs and ultimately reach out beyondboth individual and collective self-af- firmation which tends to separate the members of the international community." I A FUTURE PRIEST NEEDS YOUR HELP HOW TO MAKE $1o H MASS FOR YOU ROOF OVER THEIR HEADS Dear Signor Nolan: Please )u I bur g YOUR SON, THE PRIEST R'S MISSION All) TO THE ORIENTAL CHURCH Have you ever wished you had a son a priest? Now you can have a 'priest of your own'--and share forever in all the good he does .... Throughout the Near East each year, grateful bishops ordain hundreds of new priests trained by people like you .... Their own families are too poor to support them in training, but good Catholics in America 'adopted' these semi- narians, encouraged them all the way to ordina- tion .... In some inspiring cases, this support was given at personal sacrifice .... How can you begin? Write to us now. We'll send you the name of a young seminarian who needs you, and he will write to you. Make the pay- ments for his training to suit your convenience ($8.50 a month, or $100 a year, or the total $600 all at once). Join .your sacrifices to his, and at every Sacrifice of the Mass, he will always remember who made it possible. Look at the nearest $10 bill. What is it actually worth? Only what it will buy. In Miami or Brook- lyn or Philadelphia, it will hardly buy enough to feed a family for two days. In the Holy Land, it will feed a poor ,refugee family for an entire month. The Holy Father asks your help for the refugees, more than half of them children. Your money multiplies--as you give it away. j.. qllW Thinking of the month ahead, why not send us your Mass requests right now? Simply list the intentions, and then you can rest assured the Masses will be offered by priests in India, the Holy Land and Ethiopia, who receive no other income .... Remind us to send you information about Gregorian Masses, too. You can arrange now to have Gregorian Masses offered for your- self, or for another, after death. For only $200 in Ernakulam you can build a decent house for a family that now sleeps on the sidewalks. Simply send your check to us. Archbishop Parecattil will write to thank you also. @ CA ENCLOSED PLEASE FIND $ ......................... FOR ................................................ NAME .......................... STREET .......................................... CITY .................. STATE ....... ZIP CODE___-- NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION NEAR EAST MISSIONS TERENCE CARDINAL COOKE, President MSGR. JOHN G. NOLAN, National Secretary Write: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOC. 330 Madison Avenue.New York, N.Y. 10017 Telephone: 212/YUkon 6-5840 II:00 P.M. - Channel II - Captain Eddie - A I. Friday, August 1 8:00 P.M. - Channel II - Experi- ment in Terror - AII. 10:30 P.M. - Channel 11 - Best Things in Life Are Free - A I. 12 Midnight - Channel 11 - Young Stranger -- A I. Saturday, August 2 11:30 A.M. - Channel 4 - Gun Battle of Monterey - B. 12 Noon - Channel ll-Strange Struck - (Monogram A H, First National A I, Buena Vista A HI)• 8 P.M. - Channel 4- Then Came Bronson - No listing. 10:15 P.M. - Channel 4 - Too Late Blues - B. 10:30 P.M. - Channel 11 - Paw- nee - A I. Newsman Ed Doherty To Be Ordained Chicago (NC) -- Eddie Doherty, a thrice-married former news- paper reporter, will be ordained in the Melkite-Ritepriesthood Aug. 15. The ceremony will take place in Nazareth and will be performed by Archbishop Joseph Raya of Haifa, Akka, Nazareth, and all Galilee. Doherty's third wife, two sisters and four brothers will attend. Doherty, 79, is completing his studies for the priesthood inHalfa. After ordination he will be given an assignment to continue the work he began with his third wife, the former Catherine de Hueck, a Russian baronness in Czarist days, at Madonna House inCombermine, Ontario. Doherty's previous wives died. The Madonna House is dedica- ted to helping the poor and dis- tressed. Books and magazine articles as well as numerous feature stories have come from Doherty's pro- lific pen. His books include "Gall and Honey" and "KingofSinners•" The Melkite- Rite permits ordin- ation of married men, but mar- riage 'after ordination is not per- mitted. The Church's Latin-Rite forbids ordination of married men. Ever Wonder... • . .when laymen will relieve pastors of financial responsibil- ities so priests can devote full time to spiritual affairs? 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