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sh CatholicLeaders 0nfer on Unity Efforts England, (Radio, of the most important ever held in Bri- discuss unity hetween and Anglicans has i at the Jesuit college g those present was Cardinal Bea, S.J., of the Prepfratory for Promoting Chris- for the coming cal council. attending the talks, end- 10, were five bish- 70 priests, two from the country's dioceses or religious orders. aim of the confer- to instruct priests ill re of ecumenical work not Rnown whether tile at the private meet- tants C)bservers II uncii. a, (E) The' Lutheran )n, which has a of 50 million per- 30 mtries, named as delegate- to the forthcoming Vatican Council. orge Lindbeck, associ- essor of historical the- Yale Divinity School, K. E. Skydsgaard, pro- systematic theology at lversity of Copenhagen, the federation at council, which begins 1. They are regarded in the sphere of alic relations. *Pointments were an- at the federation's !arters here following all from tile Vatican oting Chris- (ork, (E) -- The world's Methodists will be at the Second Council by three offi- and six alSer- of the observers had earlier. T h e y P Fred Piece Corson and the Rev. Roberts of the Rich- ical Seminary, of London. Bishop Ls President of the World Council and Dr. Rob- a Past president third o m.ficial observer the Rev Dr. Albert C. Dallas, Tex., profes- .ology at Southern ty, it was an- x alternates who will council opening Oc- Rome, are: the Rev. of Drew teal Seminary, Madison, Rev. Rgbert E. Cush- of the Duke Uivers- aity School, Durham, Rev. Max Woodward ; the Rev. Reginald between British the independent Church of Italy; the F. Tuttle, Ameri- etary of the World Council; and the Lp A. Potter, secretary itish Missionary SU- Africa and the ing'will be made public or if a Statement will be issued. But the points discussed were ex- pected to emerge at a press conference being arranged dur- ing the talks and later on a television interview conduc.ted by Archbishop John Heenan of IAverpool, chairman of the British Hierarchy's committee on Christian unity and organiz- er of the meeting here. The television program, on which- Cardinal Bea and others taking part in the conference will speak o.n how Christian unity appeals to Catholic thinkers, will be shown over the national commercial network, probably before the opening of the Sec- ond Vatican Council in October. Cardinal Bea was asked when he arrived in Britain for the conference if he foresaw unity between Catholics and Angli- cans. Ile answered: "One cannot say today. Good preparation is needed on both sides." He added that rite ecumenical council could hell) clear up sev- eral essential points of dogma on which the two churches dif- fer. He was also asked if he thought the council will pro- mote Christian unity. He re- plied that he fel:t it would create an atmosphere which could lead to a greater possi- bility of finding a solution in regard to unity. Cardinal Bea was the lunch- eon guest of Anglican Archbish- op Arthur Ramsey at Lambeth Palace, the Anglican Primate's London headquarters. Requiem Offered For Mrs. Brodie At Good Counsel Little Rock--A Rcqui'em Mass was offered for Mrs. Mary El- len Brodie in Our Lady of'Good Council church here, July 30, and burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Brodie, wife of Arthur G. Brodie of. 271.1 West Sixth St., died at the age of 71 on .luly 26. TtI mother of three sGns, she was a lnelnber of Good Council parish and the Young's Park Garden Club. Her pastor, The Right Rev. Msgr. John B. SehePer, of.fered the Mass and the evening be- fore the funeral a Rosary was conducted in the chapel of Healey and Roth Funeral Home. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons, Bernard A. Brodie and Gerald A. Brod!e, both of Little Rock and John F. Brodie of Arlington, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. M. J. Manning of Fayetteville and Mrs. Louise Lester of Eureka Springs and three grandchildren. Instead of flowers, contribu- tions are being made to the Cancer Society uPon special re- quest of the family. m French Sermons Forbidden - Antwerp, Belgium, (E) -- Ant- werp diocesan authorities have directed that no more sermons be preached in French in Holy Ghost church here. The directive was issued fol- lowitag riots recently staged .outside the church by Flemish- speaking groups. Conflict be- tween the French-speaking Wal- loons and the Flemings has long been a source of strife in bilin- gual Belgium. ,dlsslsslppl County Batik Luxora--Osceola--Joiner Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. NAMED MINOR BASILICA --- An historic Pennsylvania church, the Shrine of the Sacred Heart of Conewago, has been declared a rot.nor basilica by His Holiness Pope John XXlII. Located near tlanover. Pa., the new basilica was the first parish church in America dedicated to the Sacred Heart. 'Che first chapel on lhe site was built in 1741 for German Catholic immigrants and in 1768 became the headquarters of the Jesuit missions that embraced most of Pennsylvania. The new minor basilica became the 15th church in the u,S. so designated. (NC Photo) THE GUARDIAN AUGUST 10, 1962--I I 0, Monks To Build In Denmark Conception, Mo., (El Ir Bone- dictine monks at Conception ab- bey have decided to build a monastery in Denmarki accord- mg to an announcement by their .Abbot, Anselm Copper- smith, O.S.B. The decision was made at a chapter meeting c.alled to con- sider an invitation extended by Bishop Theodore Suhr, O.S.B. of Copenhagen when he visited here last month. Paragould De Boris & Company Tinners and Sheet Metal Workers DiAL 6-4041 907 N. 3rd PARAGOULD Firestone Home & . Auto Supplies Ostell Greenway, Owner 113 North 'Pruett St. Paouid Arkansas DIAL CE 6.2298 Government Studies Birth Control Tablet Washington, (N:) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is investigating whether there is a causal relationship between a tablet commonly known as an oral contraceptive and blood- clot formation in women. Tim FDA made its disclosure following a warning in the British Medical Journal t h a t four women in England who had been taking the drug, known as "Conovid" there and as "Enovid" in the United States, had developed blood clot and one died. The FDA, which gave permis- sion to market the drug in 1960, said that studies of two U.S. fatalities after the taking' nf the tablet in 1961 have failed to conclude that the deaths were caused by Enovid. Since those two deaths, the FDA. said, it has learned of 26 additional cases of thrombophle- bitis, including four deaths,, in women who have taken the drug. The FDA noted that under Federal law, action to suspend .or revoke the government's per- missio to sell drags requires proof that the drug is unsafe. Enovid is available upon pre- scription. Eovid uses a synthetic hor- mone which interferes with the secretion of other sex hor- mones, presumably by blocking releasd factors in a gland in the brain. The result of continued use is suppression ,of ovula,ton. The Catholic. teaching on the use of such drugs is that it is immoral to employ them as a means f preventing concep- tion, according to Father Henry V. Sattler, C.SS.., assistant di- rector of the ,Family Life Bu- reau of the National Catholic Welfare onferehce. However, Father Settler not- od, here. a cumstances where their uv, e. is legitimate such as for tre'atment OYcertai. female dis0lers and regulari- zation of cycle. Industrial Farm Home Gas Co. Mill Street P.O. 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