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PAGE 10 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1969 State A id for Private Schools Aid for nonpublic schools is provided by the State of Pennsylvania for the purchase of services, including salaries, textbooks and in- structional materials. First payments by the Department of Public Instruction have Just been distributed. Here Sister Mary Zita, SSJ, principal of St. Ann's School in Erie, and the pastor, Father Raymond O. Meier, find more hands reachingoutto share the money than the check will cover. (NC Photo) Dissent May Have Gone T Far, Pope Tells Audience Castelgandolfo, Italy (NC) -- Pope Paul VI has said that priests may be too involved in the secular world, that there has been too free discussion of priestly celi- bacy, and that dissent in religious matters may have gone too far. Speculating at a general audience here on how far the Church should go "in introducing the priest to the ways of the world," Pope Paul stressed the need of the Church today to take courage in itself for what it is trying to accomplish and to fulfill theprom- ise of the Second Vatican Coun- cil He said that the Church must "recover trust in itself, in the divine charisms it carries within itself and in its heritage of truth" that tradition has given it. Noting that this is the Church's reason for living and working, Pope Paul called for an effort by the Church to reunify its broken nature into the "only and univer- sal Christian family." The Pope pointed to some of the implementations of the council that are already evident but stressed that there is a need for theChurch "finding itself once more interior- ly united, in concord, disciplined and happy." As points of partial accomplishment, Pope Paul allud- ed to the renovation of the liturgy and the updating of canon law. He asked for a rededication to works of sanctity and charity and an effectiveness in the fields of "p a s t o r a 1, missionary and ecu- menical endeavors." Discussing good order and sta- bility in the Church, he observed of the modern priesthood: "May- be one has gone farther than the permissible limit in the effort-- /I FAYETTEVILLE BUYER'S GUIDE Visitors and home folks alike will profit by shopping with these local Advertisers who have gone "all-out" to make Fayetteville Headquarters for thrifty Catholic families in Northwest Arkansas. Trade with them often... They merit your support. FAYETTIVlLLI--II. Jasesh'a amrck. Sunday Masses, 6:00, 8,00, 9:30 and IhO0 |.m. Holyday Masses: 6,30, 7:30 end 8:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. St. Thomas Aquinas Church. 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DICKSON Illll II I I Never Destroy A Copy Of The Guardian Pass It On I I I BRENNAN.BOYD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL INSTITUTIONAL FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS in itself praiseworthy duce the priest into structure, his garments, his way and of living and along a path which is own, a path of titions, thus weakeninghi and his function as a the Gospel and of grace." "There has been too discussion on his is too much weakening of the ascetics and of commitments taken the Church. Purhapsthere too much recourse to forms of publicity, to experiments, to pressur opinion for the right found with a sense ity and the light of dora." The Pope admitted that the efforts of renewal been successful and said that "not a few seem to foreshadow fortunes for the Church, will take time to extract may be good even in less or aberrating Catholic life and to in harmony. There axe have even talked of the position of the Church, not share this opinion more confirm our assistance of Christ help of all that is good." Rapid City, S. D., Gets New Bishop' Washington (NC)-- of Bishop William T. C.SS.R., 80, of Rapid I has been accepted by VI, who appointed Msg r. Joseph Dlmmerling, of St. Mary's Falls, Minn., as his The Pope's actions nounced here by Ralmondi, Apostolic the United States. Bishop McCarty, who priest for 59 years for 26 years, will tolic administrator of until Bishop-designate ling is consecrated office. A native of Crossin Bishop McCarty was 11, 1889. He joined the torists in 1910 and was June 10, 1915. Bishop-designate was born in Braddock, Mrs. Amelia Weisent Dir of Pittsburgh, and the ward Dimmerling. HE St. Charles Seminary, WAGGONER'S Town House na]J, Loretto, Pa. He was ordained MaY FINE BREAD AND PASTRIES in Altoona, Pa. He made 216 W. 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