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LVIII, NO. 37 Official 00ublication of the q)iocese of Cittle 00och LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS SEPTEMBER 12, 1969 n Held CO "" Two Benedictine pro- golden jubilee and an were marked with rites at New Subiaco this week. Profession of vows as a :file monk was made by Strobel, O.S.B., and Mrs. William SUbiaco. year commitment to life was made Vincent Klein, O.S.B., Pat Klein, son of Mr. tS. Joe Klein of Topeka, ing the 50th anniversary as a Benedictine The Rev. Bede Mitchel, has held several Ar- and presently is Pastor in Sacred Heart Texas. on the eve of the and jubilee rites, Jose Whose family flame is British Honduras, was a novice for a pre- :Year before nraking pro- a monk. concelebrant in the rite of profession last The Right Rev. Mich- O.S.B., Abbot of New after comple- education at St. Parochial school at Sub- Lis high school educa- Academy, enrolled College, Cull- He returned to Subi- and following a year lion, made his first 1965. Since that time studies at St. ,earning his AB degree and has joined the faculty, teaching in the math departments. Vincent enrolled in after completing Studies at the Sacred School in Topeka. aduating from the l y, and completing two studies at St Louis Uni- he entered ihe Abbey's .last September. He will his Studies at St. Louis Bede, a native of New Was born in 1899. He s first monastic profes- member of Subiaco Ab- 8, 1919. During ictine monk, e has served in hum- in many states of came to Subiaco from his home in Vhere he had previously In the field of religious lb,. Bede Violet McCooh CDA Leadership Institute Slated Little Rock -- Miss Violet Mc- Cook of Oklahoma City, national director of the Catholic Daugh- ters of America, will be the guest spewer at a Leadership Institute of the Arkansas State Court of CDA to be held here this week- end. All sessions will be held in Fletcher Hall at St. John's Cath- olic Center. Registration will begin at 8:30 A.M. tomorrow, Saturday, Septem- ber 13, and the first session is planned for 10 A.M. Members are expected from North Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Fort Smith, Texar- kana and Little Rock. The Rev. Joseph Pallo, state chaplain, will celebrate a Mass for those attending Sunday morn- ing at 8:30. This will be followed by the final session of the Insti- tute. The two day meeting will close SEE CDA ON PAGE 2 Motu Proprio Issued New Vatican Documents Stress h' Churc s Concern for Migrants Vatican City (NC) -- The Vati- can has published two new docu- ments on the Church's special concern for those who work or live outside their native countries. Both documents are concerned with the pastoral care of "mi- grants," but it is clear that this term applies not only to people who leave their countries for economic or social reasons on a permanent basis, but also those who migrate even on a part-time basis, such as various workers within Europe, or Latin Americans who move to the United States to find income to support families left behind. The first of these documents is a motu proprio (a document written by the Pope himself) en- titled "Pastoralis Migratorum." The second is an instruction im- plementing the Pope's document issued by the Office of Migration, which is part of the Vatican's Congregation for Bishops. The motu proprio is basically an extension of Pope Plus XII's document "Exul Familia," con- firming the need for a special apostolate to all those who, for one reason or another, are re- quired to leave their native lands to seek a home or at least work in a foreign land. The accompanying instruction notes that the term "migrants" no longer is restricted to those who have changed their lives for economic or political rea- sons, but also includes temporary workers or even seasonal work- ers who are required to move from one country to another for reasons of work. The Pope's motu proprio is ............................... 0 fficial Announcement Diocese of Little Rock 2500 N. Tyler His Excellency, the Most Rev- erend Bishop, announces the following clerical appointments: Rev. Henry J. Chinery - Sick leave Rev. Monsignor John E. Mur- phy - Pastor, St. Patrick's Parish, North Little Rock, Arkansas, and Dean of the North Little Rock Deanery Revo John C O'Dwyer - Pas- tor of St. Mary's Parish, McGehee, Arkansas Rev. Silvio D'Ostilio, C.S.Sp. - Assistant, Sacred Heart Parish, Morrilton, Arkansas By order of the Most Reverend Bishop Rev. Monsignor Joseph A. Murray Vicar General ,%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%" Msgr. Hinckley Memorial One of Two New Burses will remain open until contribu- tions to it total $5,000. Then, as a complete burse, it will be invested and the earnings will be applied toward the education of priests for the Diocese of Little Rock. Expressions of gratitude on the part of the diocese have been sent to the Mansour family through Jewel M. Michael of Mansours Department Store, Lake Village, and to a brother and niece of Mr. Van Gels -- Fred Van Gels and Mrs. Mary WiRe, both of Festus, Me. Contributions to the Monsignor Hinckley Burse and other open burses should be addressed to The Rev. Msgr. James E. O'Connell, Director of Seminar- inns, St. John's Catholic Cen- ter, 2500 North Tyler Street, Little Rock, Ark. 72207. In all, in addition to the new burse, there are 13 open burses awaiting contributions. Little Rock -- A Monsignor Edward N. Hinckley Memorial Burse, honoring the late pastor of St. Patrick's parish, North Little Rock, is one of two new burses established in the Dio- cese of Little Rock to help finan- ce the education of Arkansas men studying for the Holy Priesthood. A complete $5,000 burse in honor of St. Leonhard and in memory of Leo and Evelyn Van Gels of Little Rock was announ- ced by His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher. The bequest for the burse was received under terms of the will of Mr. Van Gels. The Monsignor Hinckley Burse was opened with a $200 donation from the Mansour family of Lake Villge Bishop Fletcher said. The Mansours were long- time friends of the late pastor. The Monsignor Hinckley Burse Msgr. F.X. Murphy State K. of C. Chaplain Little Rock -- The Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Murphy, moderator of the Little Rock Diocesan Coun- cil of Catholic Men, has been appointed State Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus by His Ex- cellency Bishop Albert L. Flet- cher. Monsignor Murphy suceedsThe Rev. Msgr. John E. Murphy, newly- appointed pastor of St. PA appointed pastor of St. Patrick's parish, North Little Rock. i Br. Adrian Mr. Ccrcmtles concerned with implementing not only the teaching of Plus XlI but also that of the Second Vat- ican Council. It aims at es- tablishing the basis for pastoral care for all forms of migrant work- ers. The papal note also for- mally sanctions the transfer of responsibility for many of the var- ious apostolates to national bis- hops' conferences, a practice that has already been in use for many years but which, up until now, has nominally been specifi- cally within the competence of the Vatican Congregation for Bis- hops. The accompanying instruction noted that the Pope's document calls for three fundamental prin- ciples: 1) -- Respect for the spiritual and cultural inheritance of the re!grant. This includes especially his language, his means of ex- pression, mentality and religious life; 2) -- The unity and legitimate diversity of various ethnic groups so that variety and difference will not be at odds with the es- sential community of the ecclesial community; 3) -- The cooperation of all the people of God, so that the enor- mity of the problems facing all of them can be understood and taken into account not only by dio- ceses and parishes but also by religious groups of men and women and the laity. The instruction is aimed, ashas been the general thrust of the work of the migration office, to the European problems of mi- gratory labor and, without speci- fication, especially to the Italian problem caused by the great movement of Italian laborers out- side of Italy .throughout Europe. However, the migration office over the years has been dealing with a wide variety of special ethnic, linguistic, and national problems throughout the world. It has had to supply chaplains forAmericans in the Middle East, for Italians in Latin American countries and for Spanish people working in Switzerland. According to the instruction, the extension of the concept of a person who has moved perman- ently to a new country to build a new life but who still for var- ious reasons needs religious assistance from priests and oth- ers of his own group, there have been now added other categories: workers "guests" within Europe's Common Market, specialists of a number of technological and scientific groups, volunteers in relief and assistance programs SEE MIGRANTS ON PAGE 2 The Sentry Says: How Can We Feed Dogs and Not People? Evolution Is Still Only A Theory. (For Details, Read Qui Vive? on Page 4)