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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 5, 1969 Mass CONTINUED FROM PAGE | in this respect." It was evident that the Pope regretted the loss of Latin. Nev- ertheless, he insisted that the change to the vernacular was the apostolic thing to do, allowing a greater number to pray in familiar terms. Still, he promised, what he called the "language of the angels" would remain the com- mon language of the Vatican. Pope Paul concluded his re- marks with rubrical instructions primarily to the priests in Italy who began the new norms last Sunday. The Pope referred to priests who wish to continue saying Mass in Latin, adroitly demonstrating that provision had been made for the exceptional few who find the change more than difficult. He may have been addressing conservative elements, especially in Rome, who recently spoke out against the new Ordo of the Mass and called for the preservation of the Roman Missal drawn up by St. Plus V four centuries ago. Ironically, at that time Plus V saw fit to "suppress many practices that had crept into the recital of this holy mystery." The parallel is not lost on contem- porary Liturgists. The Pope again praised the zts Since 1894. lWyatt-Monahanl / George C. Wyatt ! I'"' WR'GNT -- ",TTLE ROO. ! scholars who have produced the new rites and the spoken words of the Mass. He urged that the faithful remember that if the Mass remains essentially ' the same despite the external chan- ges, then the Mass is "the action par excellence, the very same act of our redemption in its re- enactment that makes it present (to us today)." Priests CONTINUED a concelebrated Jubilee Mass in St. Joseph's Church at 3:30 P.M. Auxiliary Bishop Gravespresided. Sermons at FatherQuinn's cele- brations were delivered by The Rev. James W. Nugent of St. Vin- cent Infirmary, Little Rock. Both Father Bujarski and Fath- er Quinn are anticipating their actual sacerdotal anniversaries. They were ordained December 23, 1944 in St. Andrew's Cathedral, Little Rock, by the late Bishop John B. Morris. Father Bujarski was born in Little Rock September 13, 1919, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 1L Bujarski. He attended Good Coun- sel School and Catholic High School and took his college and theologi- cal studies at St. John's Home Missions Seminary. Over the years, he has held pastoral assignments in Blythe- ville, DeQueen, Foreman, Mc- Gehee, Rogers and Little Rock. He became the first pastor of Christ the Kingparish, Little Rock, when it was erected about three years ago. Father Quinn was born in Phil- adelphia, Pc., November 17, 1914. He attended St. Columbanparochial school and Roman Catholic High School there, and studied for three years at St. Charles Seminary, Philadelphia, before transferring to St. John's Home Missions Sem- inary, Little Rock. Over the years he has taught Join the STAG Line EMMETT ttOFFMAN Distributor i Dr. Annie M. Bremyer Forty Hours In the Diocese Forty Hours Devotion will be held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel, Morris School, Searcy, on: December 10, 11 and 12 Rev. Monsignor Joseph A. Murray Vicar General CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE 310 E. 9th, Little Rock PHONE FR 2-.684 In Mon. Wed. Fri. and Sat. Carlisle Headquarters FOR HOOVER VACUUM CLEANERS FULCHER HARDWARE i i i SCHOOLS RESTAURANTS HOTELS CLUBS ,, LET US PLAN YOUR KITCHEN OR CAFETERIA China -- Glassware -- Cooking Utensils  Ranges Dishwashers -- Tables -- Chairs-- Counters and Back Bars KREBS BROS. SUPPLY CO., Inc. 413 West Capitol Ave. Little Rock, Ark. FROM PAGE 1 at Catholic High School, held pas- toral assignments in Immaculate Conception parish, Fort Smith, Holy Souls parish, Little Rock, in Malvern, Forrest City and Tonii- town, in addition to serving as administrator of St. John's par- ish, Hot Springs. He also Served as chaplain at Warner Brown Hos- pital, El Dorado, and St. Vincent Infirmary, Little Rock, and as spiritual director at St. John's Seminary. Two other members of the 1944 class at St. John's who are ob- serving their silver jubilees this year are The Rev. Victor Nazario of Puerto Rico and The Rev. Ber- nard J. McGrenehan of St. Augus- tine, Florida. German State, Vatican Sign New School Pact Bonn, Germany (NC) -- A new treaty between the state of Sarr- land and the Holy See eliminates the denominational pattern of the state school system and replaces it with "Christian community" schools. The pact, which revises certain provisions in the concordat be- tween Saarland and the Vatican, was signed here by Archbishop Corrado Baffle, apostolic nuncio to Germany, and the plenipo- tentiary representative of Saarland in the West German government, Minister of Justice Alois Becker. The text of the treaty was pro- visionally signed Nov. 6 and then passed by the state legislature. The treaty amends the state constitution and provides for non- denominational elementary schools in which religious instruc- tion will be given by either Pro- testant or Catholic teachers. It also provides for religiously in- tegrated teacher-training col- leges. In the new schools, however, religious instruction will not be obligatory. Prior to the new treaty, sep- arate Catholic and Protestant ele- mentary schools -- as well as denominational teacher-training colleges -- were supported by the Philadelphia to Aid P rivate Schools Philadelphia (NC) -- In what educators have called the first such action by a major public school board in the United States, Philadelphia's board of public ed- ucation has stated that it "recog- nizes the need for governmental aid for the secular education of children in nonpublic schools." In a joint statement released by the public and archdiocesan school board presidents and school superintendents, the two boards leltl=er goods . . . wrltn mmterblls . . . ready to I "agreed to work jointly to secure 81('t packaged in our new, automati wrapper, the city, state and federal funding ! PLEASANT SERVICE FREE DELIVERY Richard H. Sexton, Mgr. Phone MO 3-4118 5|14 Kavanaugh Little Rock, Ark. I necessary to provide essential ed- ucational services for all the chil- dren of Philadelphia." It The00Guard _ Official ublication of the iocee or iltle ' Published Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., 2500 N. Tyler$ Entered as second-class matter March 21, 1911, at ,E4* office of Little Rock, Arkansas, under the Act of ( March 8, 1897. o Second-class postage paid at Little Rock, Arkansas f t*- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 the yea in the United Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7.50 The Guardian is the official publication of the Diocese of Little RoCk, proved its worth during the many years of its existence. It merits hearted support of the priests and people of the diocese. With goal, as an instrument of Catholic Action, can be achieved. ALBERT L. Bishop of EDITOR REV. MONSIGNOR TIOMAS L. KEANY, Ph.D. Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, Ark. 72207 MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGEI MR. WILLIAM W. (FDONNELL MR. AUGUST Address All Departments P. O. Box 7417 Telephone MO FOREST PARK STATION -- ZIP CODE 72207 Business Hours 6:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. Saturday, major National tioUdays and Holy Days of Obligation. Durant CONTINUED FROM PAGE | to celebrate the Fourth of July with a mammoth picnic at the Good Shepherd Convent grounds for children of St. Michael's School. All the children of the city were invited. He built the swimming pool at the Good Shep- herd. He was an active member of the Elks, Eagles, Knights of Py- thias and the Hot Springs Show- men's Association and had ser- ved that organization as chaplain. For years he operated "Blind Bill's" News Stand in downtown state. Educators have claimed that these denominational schools were inefficient and resulted in a weakening of the quality of edu- cation. Similar revisions in concordats have been made in Other German states, such as Bavaria and Rhineland-Palatinate. Hot Springs, following bile accident that left him less. At the time he waS i vance man for Ringling Circus. Born in Berryville, were highwire circus and Bill grew up in the world, starting his small boy clown whet the school for the children troupe. He is survived his step-son and of Hot Springs, and two ters by a former now live in California. in the showmen's plot at orial Gardens, Hot private Requiem Mass was  ed in St. Mary's Church. .o. ....... E AR/ Bill RADIO Brock HARINO AIDS LITTLE ROCK HEARING AID CENTER 110 W. Capitol - FR 5-8264 ii Distributing ARKANSAS PACKING CO