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PAGE 10 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC OCI'OBER 27, 1991 "Bishop" from page 1 Iraq still suffering the effects of war and embargo, Kwarait trying to regain stability, the destructive civil war in Somalia and its repercussions in I)jiboud, a ruined Leba- non, a divided Cyprus, an occupied Pales- fine and an 'qsrael that is not able to free itself from fear and find its security." Participating were Lati~rite bishops who serveJenLmlem, Israel, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Aabia, Syria, Cyprus, Jordan, KuwaiL EgypL Somalia and other countries. Meanwhile, Pope John Paul II said that although the Vatican has always wanted to establish rehfions with Israel, the Jewish state must "make it a litde easier" for that to happen and that some "problems must be resolved." The Vatican has said that several issues, induding Israel's occupation of Arab hands and its annexation of Jerusalem, must be resolved before formal relations can be es- tablished. No Catholic can be a constant reader of our religous papers and periodicals without becoming thereby a more interested, intel- ligent and zealous Catholic. John T. McNicholas, OP Archbishop of Cincinnati (Frmn Sink or Swim, Rt. Rev. Peter M.H. Wynnhover, Hope Haver Press, Marrero, IA 1939.) HOME OVEMENT Remodeling - Additions - Decks - Siding call 753-7698, GOINES CONSTRUCTION CO. FURNITURE UP LSTERY HA THCOTE & SONS - With us upholstery is a crea6ve art, 50 years experience. Call 372-6486. MISCELLANEOUS Turn your unused items in storage into cash! Advertise them in Arkansas Catholic classifieds. Call Ron, 664-0340, ext. 326. 2721Kavanaugh LR" 663-1196 /f Advertise your business to Catholics throughout the state. Call Ron Hall for complete details, 664-0340, ext. 326. li As many as 80 million people live outside their homelands. Generally, \ these "people on the move" fall into three categories ._..: ................................................. REFUGEES: Uprooted, homeless, involuntary migrants living out- side their country of nationality and unwilling to return because of persecution or a fear of it on account of race, religion, social affiliation or political opinion. There are more than 15 million refugees today, including 5 million in Africa. DISPLACED PERSONS: People forced to flee their homes because of armed conflict who have not yet crossed international bound- aries, but are not protected by their national governments. There are an estimated 14 million displaced persons worldwide. MIGRANT WORKERS: Skilled and unskilled people who work outside their homeland. This includes the legally employed, mi- grants without legal permission to work abroad and undocumented immigrants. There are an estimated 50 million migrant workers around the globe; as many as half may be undocumented. Sources: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act @ 1991 CNS Graphics Religions must fill Basilica of SL Anthony in Padua, apilgrhtv age site for devotees of the popular 13ttv -...-raid, says .... =.theolonian century saint. Two men with stocking caps over their faces held visitors and a custo- dian at gunpoint as they removed the 12- Milan, Italy (CNS) -- The world's main pound gold reliquary and a gold tabernacle. religions must cooperate more to fill the The men left quickly after an alarm ethical void in dealing with international sounded, escaping in a car with two acconv issues, said Fr. Hans Kung, controversial prices, witnesses said. author of nunerous theological works, "I The Gothic reliquary, made in 1349, do not see enough energy and creativity in holds what is believed to be the saint's this sense," he said. "I believe in religion, mandible, or jawbone, along with a few especially Christianity, as a movement corn- teeth. A number of other relics of the saint mitted to gaining freedom in the countries were left untouched. of Eastern Europe, or to peacefully end SL Anthony of Padua was the son of apartheid in South Africa," he said.noble Portuguese parents and became a Franciscan friar. He is the patron saint of the poor and the oppressed, and is often Swearing grave sin, invoked for the return of lost arfide extramarital sex isn't, says Italians Protestant extremists reverse threat Rome (CNS) - Most Italian adults think violence and swearing, but not extra-marl- Belfast, Northern Ireland (CANS) - Prot" tal sex, are grave sins, according to a new estant extremists partially reversed thero" poll conducted by Italy's Institute of Politi- selves after issuing death threats against a cal, Economic and Social Studies. Northern Ireland sporting group with thoU" The results were published in the Octo- sands of Catholic members. The outlawed ber issue of the Italian Catholic magazine, Ulster Freedom Fighters said that memberS Jesus. of the Gaelic Athletic Assodadon were no The poll also showed that Italians would longer as a body ccnsidered legitimate tar- prefer to keep the all-male priesthood but gets for attacL But the outlaw organization are split as to whether priests should be said individual members remained under alkz~,ed to many. threat. The extremist group said in its ini" tial threaL the sports association was a "see" tartan organization which openly supports Saint of lost articles the Republican warmachine." Padua, Italy (12qS)-Aimed men entered an Italhn church and stole a refiquary con- mining the jawbone of St. Anthony as fright- ened pilgrims looked on, the Italian news agency ANSA reported. The robbery occurred Oct. 10 in the peOCtober:. That catechists may enjoy support of the entire Christian corn-I ty. / John Paml 1I ] MTmion lntmtima J