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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 20, 1974 Baxter County Churchwomen Mrs. Matthew Harden, seated, and Mrs. W.A. Hinesly, center standing, of St. Peter the Fisherman parish, Mountain Home, are the president and secretary respec- tively of the Baxter County Church Women United for 1975. Other new officers are Mrs. Robert Atkinson, left, of the Church of Christ Scientist, treasurer, and Mrs. Isaac Rudd of the Gassville Methodist Church, vice president. The group sponsors three annual events - World Day of Prayer, May Fellowship Day and World Community Day. Eleven county churches are represented in the organization. Don.t Be Confused About the Faith W Read The Guardian DIVORCE PROBLEM Vatican City (NC) -- The Church holds firmly to Christ's teaching on the indissolubility of marriage and therefore cannot admit a divorced and remarried Catholic to the sacraments, the Vatican's weekly magazine, L'Osser- vatore della Domenica said recently in response to a reader's question. At Special Audience Pope Paul Cautions Women as They Gain Wider Rights in Church, Society00:0000 Vatican City (NC) -- Pope Paul VI told the Italian Union of Catholic Jurists that the Church "is directly interested" in all questions involving women's role in today's changing society. The Pope received the group of Catholics who hold office in Italy as regional or local judges, or are private lawyers. The group met in Rome to discuss the woman in Italian society today. Pointing out that he had established a special Vatican commission to study the role of women in Church and society. Pope Paul noted that today's women are enjoying more equality in education as well as "a growing emancipation in relation to men and a new concept and interpretation of their roles as wives, mothers, daughters and sisters." fie noted: "They have access in an ever-increasing measure, on ever-wider levels of specialization, to the professional fields. There is also an accentuated tendency to prefer non-domestic areas of work." Not all these developments are negative, he added, "and in this sense women of today and of tomorrow perhaps may more easily develop the possibilities of their fullness of energies." Even when some of the present experiences being undergone by women are un- desirable, he said, "they may prove useful later if in society women will affirm the sound principles which are univer- sally known so as to attain a new balance in domestic and social life." Explaining his point further, Pope Paul declared: "The real problem consists in the recognition of, respect for and, where necessary, the restoration of these principles which constitute the irreplaceable values in the development of an advanced people." Pope Paul said these prin- ciples involve "the functional Warns U.S. Against ,:)il War Washington (NC) -- A U.S. Jesuit who lives in the Middle East warned here that the "unthinkable" possibility of U.S: military intervention in the Middle East is implicit in contingency plans to guarantee continued supplies of oil from that region. The Jesuit, Father Joseph L. Ryan, a member of the Center for the Study of the Modern Arab World at St. Joseph's University, Beirut, Lebanon, cited reports in the Oct. 7 issue of Newsweek magazine and the Dec. 2 issue of U.S. News World Report that U.S. policy makers are discussing the possibility of armed action by the United States in the Middle East if the oil crisis becomes un- manageable. "This kind of talk needs to be publicly challenged," Father Ryan said. Pointing out that U.S. soldiers would have to seize and hold Arab oil in- stallations, he asked: "Would the U.S. Defense Department foresee taking on the whole Arab world and expect no American casualties?" 2 HELP PREVENT =FOREST FIRES IN THE SOUTH of W 0I'  differentiation identity f.i through natural that of men, hence : originality of her very being.,  her psychology, of her,hUm ,, and Christian vocation, i:!: There is also worn a' dignity, the Pope continu :* "which cannot be debased , often happens today by mot work and through .! discriminate _promiscuiia  publications and entertain e We would add that the pri a through which women sway in all the human sphere where they most directly life, counter the problems of suffering, of assistance n1. above all, of motherhood." OUACHITA t;,  VALLEY [ DAIRY A Blessed Christmas ii u Drummond Citizens Insurance, Co. Insure For The Purpose. Complete Service by... 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