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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 12, 1969 Italian Bishops Support Cardinal in Parish Dispute Rome (NC) -- The Italian Epis- copal Conference (CEI) meeting here in special session has voiced full sympathy with the position of Ermenigildo Cardinal Florit of Florence in his dealings with the "rebel" parish of Isolotto. Giovanni Cardinal Urbani of Venice, conference president, read a special report to the bishops (Sept. 3). He said he had been asked to intervene in the affairs of the Florence archdiocese, where a group of dissident Cath- olics have joined their former pastor, now suspended for opposing the decisions of Cardinal Florit to transfer Father Enzo Mazzi from the Isolotto parish and to close the parish church until peace is restored. Cardinal Urbani said the re- quest came from both sides of the dispute. "To both who asked me to in- tervene in my capacity as presi- dent of the CEII said that the problem was properly that of the local church of Florence andhence within the competence of the archbishop." Cardinal Urbani added he had also received a letter from the bishops of the Tuscan region of Italy, in which Florence is located, expressing "full, brotherly soli- darity" with the archbishop and his auxiliary bishop. According to the news bulle- tin of the CEI meeting, Cardinal Urbani then turned to Cardinal Florit to say: "Echoing thevoice of the bishops of Tuscany, we express to you and to your anx- iliary bishop our fraternal soli- darity in your sufferings. We are clo to them spiritually in pray- er, in affections and in the hope that as quickly as possible the priests and laity of Isolotto and those who align themselves with them may understand that they cannot exist as a true ecclesial community if they do not have sincere loyalty and convinced dis- cipline with their own bishop." The news bulletin reported that the bishops present interrupted the statement of Cardinal Urbani to applaud and that they applaud- ed again at the end of his statement. The longstanding controversy in Isolotto broke into the open just before Christmas, 1968. In the course of the controversy, Father Mazzi lost his pastorate, the parish became divided and parishioners began holding re- ligious services without using the parish church. The refusal of Father Mazzi to withdraw his public support for a group that had occupied the Parma cathedral in a protest against what they called the Church's neglect of the poor be- gall the trouble with the cardinal. In December, the cardinal ban- ned a catechism published by the priest which presented Chris- tianity in terms of class conflict. The cardinal finally removed Fa- ther Mazzi as pastor following a dispute in a workers' parish near here in which Father Mazzi parti- cipated. There followed a series of demonstrations over the re- ception of the new pastor until Father Mazzi turnedoverthekeys of the parish early this year. FLAME-KIST STEAKS From the Rotisserie A VARIETY OF TEMPTING SEAFOODS Every entree on the menu is served with baked potato topped with golden butter, or sour cream and chives, crisp bacon chips and cheese, the famous Embers tossed green salad...individual loaves of French bread...and plenty of piping hot coffee... Markham at University 663-6321 PRIME RIBS OF BEEF The Financial GR0WTH Center 1 Cardinal Mindszenty's Status Unchanged Vienna (NC) -- Franziskus Car- dinal Koenig of Vienna said he sees no chance for an immed- iate change in the status of 77- year-old Joszef Cardinal Mind- szenty of Esztergom, Hungary, who has been in asylum at the U. S. embassy in Budapest, the Hungarian capital, since 1956. After meeting with Cardinal Mindszenty for four hours in Budapest, Cardinal Koenig said: "I see no change in Cardinal Mindszenty's situation, no new possibilities ... I found the car. dinal in good health and in good spirits, perfectly all right in every respect." CDA CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 with a luncheon to be held in the Catholic Center at 1 P.M. Sun- day. The Rev. Richard P. Davis will be the speaker. Taking part in the program will be Mrs. Gertrude Fallon, North Little Rock, state regent; Mrs. Duard Bowling, Fort Smith, state secretary; Mrs. Fulford Cook, Lit- tle Rock, state treasurer; and Mrs. L.H. Hussing, Texarkana, state monitor. Grand Regents of Arkansas in- clude Mrs. Katherine Perrin of Little Rock, Mrs. C. F. Boeck- mann of North Little Rock, Mrs. Margaret Ahlert of Fort Smith, Miss Agnes Moran of Pine Bluff and Mrs. Sara Maud Bailey of Texarkana. District deputies are Mrs. J. J. McGrath and Miss Frances New Bishops Washington (NC) -- Resignations of Archbishop Edward Joseph Hunkeler, 75, of Kansas City, Kan., and Bishop William Lawrence Ad- rian, 86, of Nashville, Tenn., who gave a combined total of 67 years service to the American hier- archy, have been accepted by Pope Paul VI. The Pope appointed Bishop Igna- tius J. 8trecker, 51, of Spring- field-Cape Girardeau, Mo., to suc- ceed to the Kansas City arch- diocese. He designated Arch- bishop Hunkeler to serve as apostolic administrator of the archdiocese, until his successor takes office. Bishop Adrian automatically was succeeded by Bishop Joseph Aloy- sius Dutck, 54, who has been serving as coadjutor bishop of Nashville with the right of suc- cession since 1964 and as apos- tolic administrator since 1966. The actions of the Pope were announced here by Archbishop Luigi Ralmondl, Apostolic Dele- gate in the United States. The00tGuard : 0fficicll lubliction of the ioccse of. Published Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., 250O N. Entered as second-class matter March 21. 1911, office of Little Rock, Arkansas, under the Act ( f -}-  March 8, 1897. .- ! cDa l" Second-class postage paid at ,-r --J. Little Rock, Arkansas  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 the year in the el$  Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7.50 The Guardian is the official publication of the Diocese of Little | proved its worth during the many years of its existence. It merits hearted support of the priests and people of the diocese. With this goal, as an instrument of Catholic Action, can be achieved. ALBERT L. Bishop of EDITOR RIGHT REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEKNY, PIL D. Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, Ark. 72207 MANAGING EDITOR B USINF-.S8 MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL MR. AUGUST Address All Departments P. O. Box 7417 Telephone FOREST PARK STATION -- ZIP CODE 72207 Business Hours 8:30 &M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through FridaY, ( Saturday, major National Holidays and Holy Days of Obligation. Migrants CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 and students and others. The instruction specifies that what has frequently been in the past under the competence of the Congregation for Bishops now passes directly to the national bishops' conferences and to the individual bishops. Among these are the erection and suppression of national par- Hart of Little Rock, and Mrs. J. L. Tresp and Mrs. Leo Krebs of North Little Rock. State committee chairmen in- clude Mrs. Walter Powell and Mrs. Oscar Oswald of Little Rock; Mrs. Anna Massey, Mrs. Joanna Johnson and Mrs. Warren E. O'- Rorke of North Little Rock; Mrs. Billie Pazdera of Pine Bluff and Miss Madeline Smith of Texar- kana. Miss McCook who will attend the convention has been a mem- ber of CDA for 40 years. She is secretary to The Rev. Msgr. John J. Walde, state chaplain for the Oklahoma State Court of CDA and national moderator for the Share the Faith department. Miss McCook has served on the Governor's Child Welfare board in her state and is a member of her parish council. Dr. Annie M. Bremyer CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE 310 E. 9th, Little Rock PHONE FR 2-.684 In Mon. Wed. 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