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THE GUARDIAN OCTOBER 14, 1966--7 Teacher Student The Rev. Jerome O.S.B., assistant prim relations man, and in Subiaco Academy the 1965-66 school year, switched to tim opposite af the desk for the current left September 29, for where he will pursue theological studies at Pennsylvania Woman Elected to Head NCCW Miami Beach, Fla. (10 -- Mrs. Jotm Shields of Strong, Pa., in the ttarrisburg diocese is the new national president of the National Council of Catholic Women. Iler election was announced hy Mrs. Marcus Kilch of happening to our Church after Vatican Council II, one of the great realities we encounter is confusion," Bishop Leven said. He added that confusion "is surely one of the marks of the Shurch of our time. At the first Pentecost, confusion was so Church, Shoppe s Guide !! ALTU$ CLARKSVILLE St. Mary's Church. Sunday Mass- Holy Redeemer Church. Sunday es: 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Holyday Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Holy- Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 A'.M. and day Masses: 8:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. * * *" of San Ansehna. Youngstown, O h i o, retiring great that cynicism and mock- ts are for Father Jerome president, during the closing cry caused people to say they BOONEVI:L MORRILTON E S.cred Heart Church. Sunday to Subiaco and con- banquet of the NCCW 33rd na- are drunk, they are fun ot teaching career in tim tional convention here. wine.' " Assumption. Church..Sunday Mass: Ma,sses: 7:00, 9:00 and 11:30 A.M. 00 v v Noyoay asses. 5.15 6.00 and 8.30 :nay after he completes Other officers are Mrs. Har- tie said "bishops and priests 9:__ A.M. Hol.da. Mass: 6:30 A.M. .... :Udies. old J. Sehachern, Detroit; Mrs. are aware that the great thrust State Sanatorium. Sunday Mass, A.M; , , , R. C. Berricl Dubuque; Mrs. of the council was reform, re- ..30 P.M. Holyday Mass: 7:30 P.NL n,m. Ben F. Emge, Belleville, Ill.; newal and reunion so that the " * * "' Mrs. William J. Tibbil, Sayre- Church may speak to the world St. Joseph's Churcll. Sunday Mass- I I es: 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Holyday " P I ville, N.J., vice presi(lents; Mrs. ill the language of today." I &DAI' *' CON.'IIg.ACTOI I Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 A.M. and 00Jla re ate 'n J" Strategier, Southgate, Bl.hop Leven declared't hat i Plumbing & Electrical I 7:30 P.M. Newport, Ky., secretary; and the attitude of women in the Mrs. William G. Heffron, Buf- New Pentecost must be the one I Charleston Paris I * " * V . I RUSSELLVILLE IrllS oters falo, treasurer, of "htlmility, love, tenderness I Phones Phone [ St. John's Church. Sunday Masses, Mrs. Shields, a member of and eompassion that kept that | 178 or 112 YO 3.-5 ' I 7:00 and 10:30 A.M. Holyday Moss- S t | the NCC/ board of directors faithful body of women serving .... :since 1064, has been the nation- Mary and the Apostles so well [ ,, 1 es: 6:30 and 11:30 A.M. : egrega on al director from the Province that they merited to be men- of Philadelphia" She was presi" tined befre the men'" 11 [  aXita (E)--No honest Cath- dent of the Harrisburg DCCW If all Catholics join in the SERVICE - .... I i LES :In. Georgia can support a from 1962 to 1964 and has. held revolution now going on ill par- CURRY egationist political candi- various positions at the dean- ishes throughout the world ,. Archbishop Paul J. ltaF ery and diocesan levels in her they can proudly write on the asaidllere, honmdiocese, door of their i, arishchurch,' '00'11 .... i Last year she was district "Our God is alive -- sorry to I he Athmta archbishop cited deputy of Catholic Daughters hear about yours," the modera- rOI'icy of the archdiocese of America ill Pennsylvania and tar of tile Oakland (Calif.) Die- I Repair On All Makes [ | U. KU,  |'.UK I" | her to support nor tie- is also a member of the Diocese -eesan Council of Catholic We- I B&W and ee politic,,, candidates or Color I I _:-- \\;__- - 7 I ,es. But, he said, "tlis is ment.f ,larrisburg Pre-Cana move- mcn.saidFathcr here.Part,ell McCarthy, E1 i New  Used TVs o, s,,. I ! eho-_eO_.S-z17 I I)olitics, it is morality. She is a graduate ef Imma- Sol)l'ante, Calif., reminded the | Phones: Day FL4-2211 I 1 25 N.P.3m | culata (Pa.) College and did National Council of Catholic | NiCe FL 4-4409 [ i Paris - Arkansas 'l 'ehbishop Hallinan sat(1 the grad(late studies at Bloemsl)urg Women's couvcntiou that the ,120 N. Chestnut Morrilton I' I O.f segregation was not ill- State College and Penn. State new liturgy has "given the con- ] [ teed bv the Chmch, but been "introduced as the University. She is now stndy- viction of unity" and that ing for a master's degree. hymns sung by the congrega- I 'NYSIDE TRUCK STOP ial stand, name and policy Mrs. Shields is the mother of tion have enabled those parti- SUN a candidate and tile , that has suddenly two daughters and a son. cipating to double their prayers. I , an hina." -- A moral theoh)gian said d CAFE $ YP mist tester Maddox The attitu0e of w(nnen ill the whether the Chul'ch is to suc- [ College & University Students Welcome candidate for New Penl ecost must parallel teed, grow, and infuse human l-lighay 64 Clarksville that of the women who gath. and Christian values in a coun- I rnor of Georgia. ered with the Apostles and . try depends on whether mar- teaching of the Church, archbislmp added, cannot the Peel)le of God by in moral issues." an editors[ in the Georgia arch(iiocosal ncws- rr, the arch-bishop wrote: 1966 ends, it is time for Olics lo h)t:k again, 1o Iool ly and often, at the racial of their (lhm'ch." said that when white. Ca- of the Atlanla archdio- at(el)led and suPt)ortcd illtegralion of s(,hools, hes- s and other (.hurch-relate(I grams in 1962-63, they were respo|ldi|lg to a haste tStian norm--justice." OW, ft)Ul' yelil'S later, Arch- Hallimm said, events oc(.ur|'ed whi('h have lhe elll(li()nal core o[ Drot)lem for peol)le of many hs, holh while and Negro." ong the g:|i!ls at,hieved as o1' this ln'()gress, the Ibishop .ites "Negro modera- ., non-violence as a tactic, law and lilt, enriching rience of life hased on ity, not color." the continued depriva- ':of 'many Negroes," he said, Co (Continued l:rom Page 1) the dedication, Master Leo ,I. Krehs cited 1V]onsignor's years of scrv- as a K. of C. chaplain, his ou tile Knight, Watch which has been by His Excellency Albert L. Fletcher with Sing the communist threat, Ills long-standing "Question column in The Guardian. andidates making up the eth Degree class are from Byrne General assem- Rock; Right Rev. If. Patrick ,I. th)ran General Fort Smith; Pine Assemhly and Tcxarkana :bly. Ilsignor Murphy, who is ,sin of IAttle Rock Coun- 812, will offer the 8 ill St. Andrew's Ca- l next Sunday to begin of exemplification of ourth l)egvee, and he will Principal speaker at the aal banquet Io be served in tile LaFayette Knight R. S. Peters, Sr., toastmaster at the din- Tile invocation will be by The Very Rev. Msgr. nce P. Gl'aves, diucosau alis. Sir Knight J. Edward Mary inthe upper room on the first Pentecost, Auxiliary Bish- op Stephen A. Leven of San Antonio told convention dele- gates. Bishop Leven, assistant epis- e()l)al moderat.or of lhe NCCW, toltl the delegates it is neces- sary to |'ecall the ,first Pen.le- cost in order to determine the vol0 of women ill the New Pen- Ictus(. I{emin(ting tilt, congregation of Chal)ler I of the Acts of lh(, Apt;sties, hc said: "In lilt' mys- lerious design of God, wolnen were lhc firsl, ll;:lllled after the bish(q.)s" of those who gathered with Mary to pray in the Ul)per l'ooln ill .lerusalem where the lmst SUlJl)er was held. "When" the nine days of prayer were finished and Mal- thins was elected h'mn the lay- lne]] to take the place of ,ludas Is(ariel," he ((retinue(I, "it was upon all of thcnl, bishops, wo- n]en and men, lhat the Italy Spirit fell in the t'ornl of tongues of fire. "When we think of what is "bolh open.mid hidden discrinv ination toward them, their grow- ing discouragement over white complacency, injustices that provide ready fuel for rio|illg and outbreaks by racist Negro leaders, the discovery that the North km)ws even less lhan the South aboul racial juslice, the growth of the Klan, and the slogans and idols of political separation --- these are grim losses." Smith, Faithful Navigator of Bishop Byl:ne C, eneral Assem- bly, will give the welcoming address, and Sir Knight C. O. ttuncke will inlroduce the ini- tiation learn. The thanksgiving will be given by The Very Rcv. Msgr. William E. Galvin, rector of Catholic ltigh School. Musical entertainment will be by a vocal group consisting of Frances Kaye Ussery, Sally lmgan and Gall Bridges. Ac- coral)shying them will be Mrs. Frances M. Usscry. IIostesses will be Mrs. Leo J. Krebs, Mrs. Robert S. Peters, Sr., Mrs. J. Edward Smith, Mrs. Raymond A. Kordsmeier, Mrs. C. O. Huncke, Mrs. .1elm If. Shields, Mrs. Joseph M. Brew- czynski and Mrs. George Sie- benmorgen. The membership committee consists of Sir Knights Smith, ,, Albert..lseammk. ,Howard, ar- din, John tl. Shields, Raymond ried couples who have eon- fcrred the sacrament of matri- mony on each other had "a lively sense of their apostolale in Christ to the neighbor who is every lnan." Father ,lel-m ,1. (.)iSuIlivan, of St. Paul Seminary, S1. Paul, an(t editt)r of the l,eaflet Mis- -sal, Spoke on, "Vatican Council I ll Speaks to Families" during a I tencl'al session 0f the collvell- . .tion. .... Fhe day of the selt-,'u[t2- ('tent' family has I)asscd; if in- deed, il ever existed, "Falher O'Sullivan said. "Today no family can get along without day-to-day eonlaet with the ruh's, regulations, and attitudes of contenll)t)rary government and religion regarding what is a('ceptable and I)rol)er family hehavior." "The I'easoli lnally (}1' US are poor Catholics, limited in our response tt) Cht'ist, limited in our expression of regard for one another, lhnitecl ill our so- cial sense, Iilind in lhe matter cf racial injustice." Falher ()'Snllivan explained, "is that we meet the Church in our home long before we meet iL ill the parish." "Give us a chance to speak to you in your living rounds, not jusl in your schools and hospi- tals," a Franciscan ntm all- l)ealcd to members of the Na-,- tional C()uncil. Sister Claire Marie Sawyer, lecturer and author in the fields of interracial work and inter-group relations, and assis- tant professor of sociology, at Alverno College, Milwaukee, said "it is impm'tant for us to come into the families to learn whal questions the parents have to answer. 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