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THE GUARDIAN, AUG. 9, 1974 PAGE 3 00Personnel Hear. dl I :00!Guardian,2 Dailies Criticized at Symposium ce. e Rock -- The Catholic sSUnications Society of , .as o ! last Lo,d of ,d, Xkansas :e, the )R sis Ph. ,vrat and -' 'Uardian" The Arkansas Democrat came in for criticism for the way a recent Page 1 story on a school lunch program was written. Herrington pointed to a lack of clarity in the lead paragraph of the story to point up his contention that com- municators should be simple, specific and informative. Symposium - 1974 was held in annual Catholic Center, and morning and afternoon presentations by Herring{on, a Baptist, were followed by floor discussions among CCSA members. The Guardian was criticized after Herrington inquired about the role of the Little Rock diocesan publication. One CCSA member said the paper "needs to tell more of the news that we've got to face jour- nalistically some of the problems the Church has." He suggested that "advocacy journalism" should be prac- ticed by The Guardian. Another member criticized the diocesan weekly for not having told "the whole story" of last spring's "Catholic High School incident." (This referred by His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of ad- justments he wanted made in the administration of secondary education in the diocese and in courses offered). "Wasting valuable space" in The Guardian by printing First Communion and Confimation pictures also was criticized. The Guardian's lack of an positions on current world, national and local issues. His Excellency Bishop An- drew J. McDonald informed the society that the diocese already is working to develop an editorial advisory board for The Guardian and he said "we are going to have one." Herrington described the media as "transmitters." He .... lterrington Fletcher Lounge of St. John's might not be too good. I think to reaction to the announcement editorial page was criticized, called the Apostle Paul "the rx a sa'"" " although it was pointed out that greatest communicator" of o.Ns examined themedia asz irrr of society." 'Tell the Truth,' Bish op sucheCnmics presentlYa feature. One preventSmember asChristianity' and he said "if Wecommunicators will live ot us are public relations suggested that more "letters to Christ, everything else will take ;entatives of the Lord," Ne ak 's'eResurcePersn'I'E" C !, Media the editor" would be received if tu," Herrinton manager GUnS e s wsm ors The Guardian took editorial SEE C R,TICIZ'[3 PAGE 4 "Pany publications and I ,, Little Rock -- Corn- in the apartment of a young "The media," he declared, | -. rmation for Arkansas municators should reflect the woman. When later the truth "have a moral obligation to I f CALL Tom Cullivan , and Light Company a rranaging editor of le light of Christ," His Excellency was admitted, the Bsihop practice understanding the :at. Bishop Andrew J. McDonald asserted, "we had destroyed viewpoint of other people." ] 8 FOR  OF HOMES, : u told the Catholic Com-our credibility ". Bishop McD naldo ar-o CULLIvANFARMSREALTY & ACREAGE niCatoiOnmSonShOUlnd - munications Society of As another example, hecited ticipated in floor dicussions C0!Lading ,, Herrington Arkansas last Saturday during President Nixon's loss of during the symposium sessions. I :"   5301 LEE! L.1L - PHONE 663-6879 ald, and the media serves the noon luncheon of the CCSA credibility by refusing to admit He questioned the impact of symposium, any involvment in the advertising on the media s ,h_irror of society so we "The Lord lived in the world Watergate incident, reputation, and cited ads "Prove ourselves not htl [n our errors." Crime and the world turned against He told the media to "tell it promoting immoral motion him," the Bishop said. A likeit really is" and he gave the pictures. ,t ed "''' heso "weSaid'canareadrent breakdown of communications same advice to those who make The Bishop was asked if he bit es ,,  " led to His crucifixion." news. thought the Church was hurt by _., out so "we will do ecun to Emphasizing the importance Citing the parable of the Good reports in the general media on ., correct the of truth both for those supplying Samaritan, Bishop McDonald last spring's "Catholic High news and those publishing it, recalled his youth and the School- incident," which general attitude then toward resulted from reaction to the black people. He said "con- Bishop's announcement of sciousness of justice was not desired changes in the ad- sufficiently elevated to make ministration and content of the changes required." secondary education in the m.! rlgton asserted that 'no the Bisho stud 'the burd t be p ' ' en of . tter than its source" ,zslO. ci. , judgment rests on persons who io n t a recent Page 1 want to judge facts... Tell the --  arkansas azette, truth." he advised "It diffuses ' as , , .s_: Yndmated colummst all the difficulties." ! ,, , . . . . . diocese. "I think they (the media) did the Catholic Church a great service in Arkansas," he said. "The Catholic Bishop stands for human freedom... A lot of people think this is not the way the Church is... I think the Catholic Church came out a winner..." arkham 00Sh, ppers Guld, i Ilcrest "Cleaners 3 LOCATIONS Vaaau l W. 1Viarkham t N, Rodney Parham Rd. gm)ER SmTS" a,ne 663.2889 ARKANSAS RENTAL CENTER 8601-A W. 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Cardinal Antoniutti's death reduces the College of Cardinals to 130 members. Pope Paul sent out messages of condolence from his summer home at Castelgandolfo to the college of cardinals and to Cardinal Antoniutti's home archdiocese of Udine, Italy. The morning after the cardinal's death, Pope Paul offered Mass for him. Police said a tire of the cardinal's car blewout, sending the car into the path of a trailer truck. The back of the car was crushed. The cardinal was dead on arrival at the hospital. Two other occupants of the car were injured slightly. Cardinal Antoniutti was born Aug. 3, 1898, in Nimis in nor- them Italy. He was ordained in 1920 and seven years later went to China as part of the papal diplomatic mission there. His career took him to Spain during its Civil War (1936-39), and he took an active role in documenting the ideologically motivated murders of bishops and other active Catholics during that struggle. 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