SERVING THE PEOPLE OF G O DIN THE COUNTIES OF BROWARD, COLLIER,
DADE, GLADES, HENDRY, MARTIN, MONROE AND PALM BEACH
Volume XX Number 25 September 7/1979 Price 25c
Archbishop Urges A 'NO' Vote
Archbishop Edward A. Mc- I UNDERSTAND and sym-
Carthy of Miami this week urged pathize with the frustration that
Tax Fever Dade County voters to reject the
proposed Property Tax cut in the
special Referendum of September 18.
many people have with big govern-
ment, their concern at evident waste
and inefficiency and their fear as cost
Broken, The voters are asked to cut
property taxes by 99.5 percent.
of living outstrips income. I agree
that tax reform is needed, but the
Poll Says Archbishop McCarthy said that this
would deprive the people of many
essential services and that the
way to do this is by holding our
elected representatives responsible
on polling day and not by
By JIM CASTELLI biggest sufferers will be the poor. He destroying the system which
also said that "52 percent of the tax provides critically needed services for
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - saving would go to business, while the welfare of our people. This would
(NO- The "Tax Fever" the citizens pay the price in reduced be "cutting off your nose to spite
highlighted by California's services." your face." There is no way that
Proposition 13, a radical TEXT OF the Archbishop's approving the tax reduction
property tax reduction passed statement follows: referendum of September 18 can
in June 1978, has broken, On September 18, every voter of improve efficiency or the quality of
according to a new poll on Dade County will have to make a public service.
American attitudes toward decision, a decision which will Specifically, I am urging a "NO"
the tax system. profoundly influence the quality of vote on September 18 because if this
The poll said that while life in our community, a decision proposition is approved, it will hurt
Americans still favor deep which will affect everyone of us. I feel everyone of us especially the poor,
cuts in government spending it my duty to share with the whole the sick, the elderly and the
and are dissatisfied with the community my concern. dependent children of Dade County.
amount of tax they must pay, No voter can escape making a
there is considerably less decision. Not to vote, may well be a • Dade County will have to
anger about taxes than there decision to vote to drastically reduce reduce its purchase of health care
was a year ago. or in some cases actually eliminate services at Jackson Memorial
A number of religious needed human services. Voting is a Hospital for those with limited in-
groups, particularly Catholic moral responsibility when the issue come by about 70 percent. This
Charities agencies, have at stake affects the common good. I means that people will suffer and
complained that large tax cuts urge every qualified voter to fulfill even die for lack of care.
led to cuts in programs for the this moral and civic duty. • Dade County will no longer
poor. I know there are tax inequities help care for dependent children such
THE POLL was con- Archbishop McCarthy has sent a check for which need to be corrected. But our as those under the care of the Arch-
ducted by the Roper $20,000 to Archbishop Miguel Obando Bravo of current level of taxes is low (ad diocese at Boystown and Catholic
Organization for H and R Managua, Nicaragua, to help poor displaced valorem taxes in Dade County today Home for Children. These children
Block, a firm based in Kansas people such as these pictured here. The mo- are lower than what is permitted in are black and white, Protestant,
City, Mo., which prepares ney came from the special collection in pa- the counties of California under
(Continued on Page 3) rishes here recently. Proposition 13). (Continued on Page 3)
Evangelization -- The Lay Catholic Role
By SUSAN W. BLUM movie, "Elmer Gantry" meant to be in a Catholic Committee and the Paulist expenses paid, signifying the
surfaced, and I will never framework, and how it could Office was the "First Annual most ' basic and necessary
". . .Go, therefore, and forget Brnrt Lancaster's be applied in my own National Catholic Lay pastoral support for the
make disciples of all the " hellfire and brimstone" everyday life, as a committed Celebration of ultimate long-term success of
nations. Baptize them in the sermons in the dramatically Christian. Evangelization", held last this Celebration of
name 'of the Father, and of staged tent presen- In 1976, the U.S. week in Washington, D.C. To Evangelization.
the Son, and of the Holy tations...nor will I ever forget Bishops, realizing the need for begin training as Catholic Setting the theme for the
Spirit.' Teach them to carry his fraudulent and carnal clarification and action in the evangelists, over 1500 entire Conference, Father
out everything I have com- exposure at the end of the area of Evangelization, members of the priesthood Illig, in his opening keynote
manded you. And know that I film. formed the Bishop's Ad Hoc and laity attended this address, stated "that the first
am with you always, until the When Archbishop Committee on Evangelization, conference. Largely laymen, evangelist was not a priest,
end of the world." (Matthew McCarthy last year called for in response to the exhor- they represented "the meat not a sister, not the sinner
28: 19-20) an emphasis on evangelization tations of the late Pope Paul and potatoes Catholics, the transformed on the road to
PART I throughout the Archdiocese, VI to evangelize the peoples of grass roots of American Damascus, not even a per-
images of an assorted variety the world, and they appointed Catholicism", as described by manent deacon...but a
T h e w o r d , of street-preachers, door- Father Alvin A. Illig, C.S.P., Father Chuck Gallagher, layperson...a woman, no
"Evangelization", has always knockers, and tent-rockers as executive director. Father founder of World Wide less...Mary, the Mother of
scared me a little. As a came into my mind. I just Illig also serves as the Marriage Encounter who was God!"
youngster growing up in couldn't quite imagine myself Executive Director, of the also attending the conference. The three day conference,
Pittsburgh, the epitome of standing on a street corner, Paulist National Office for They came from all areas of held at the Washington
evangelists was Kathryn handing out pamphlets and Evangelization and is often the United States, including a Hilton, addressed itself to four
Kuhlman, whose revival shouting, "Repent, Ye Sin- described as "a man of God on handful of us from South general areas of
meetings and healing ministry ners!" So, I began fire...in a new direction." Florida, and for the most part evangelization:
centered in my hometown. In questioning what A direct result of the had been sent by their Evangelization of the 49
my later teen years, the Evangelization really was formation of the Bishops' pastors or bishops, with all
(Continued on Page 12)
Fund Set Up For Hurricane'David' Victims
to the to open a special emergency contributions to assist killed more than 800 in the to reach into the thousands
devastation caused by fund for victims of the Natural islanders of Dominica, the Dominican Republic before and he called the loss of
Hurricane David in the disaster. Dominican Republic, Haiti pounding coastal north-central housing and agriculture a
Caribbean, Catholic Relief The Caribbean Hurricane and Jamaica, according to Florida and taking aim at catastrophe. On Dominica
Services has allocated $50,000 Fund will accept financial Bishop Edwin B. Broderick, Georgia and the Carolinas. most roads have been washed
executive director of the The densely populated Miami out and the only way to
official overseas aid agency of area was spared as one of the deliver supplies has been by
U. S. Catholics. Catholic worst storms of the century helicopter.
EMPLOYERS!!! Relief Services operates
regular programs in all of
hit the United States
mainland after taking its toll
in the Caribbean.
When the hurricane
warnings lifted, Archbishop
NEED GOOD Hurricane David leveled
the island of Dominica and
Tropical storm Frederic
followed Hurricane David's
path in the Caribbean and was
McCarthy issued a statement
of thanksgiving "to a
bountiful Lord who has
WORKERS? 1,000 expected to add to the
CRS program director for
protected his people."
Catholic Relief Services is
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Voters to say'No'
(Continued from Page 1) will have to cut back their staffs and
Catholic and Jewish children of Dade this will lead to more unemployment.
County. Unemployment will increase,
creating greater burdens for our
• Fire and police protection will already overstrained state and
be reduced and only the criminal will private social agencies.
Our own Catholic Social Services
• 52 percent of the tax saving will be severely affected. Some 2
will go to business, while the citizens million dollars in matching funds and
pay the price in reduced services. purchase of care agreements will be
There are many cases in which it is lost. Some of our day care programs
unlikely the tax saving by business for children of working mothers will
will be passed on to the consumers. have to close, leading to more people
on the unemployment rolls.
• People, usually those on fixed
incomes and often the elderly who rent This is one of the most serious
rather than own their homes, will pay issues faced by this community. I
the price in reduced services but will urge you to vote and I remind you
not share in the tax savings. that we are our brother's keeper.
• There will be several ripple Only by working together can we
effects. In addition to the 9,000 hope to make this community a
employees of the County who would better place to live in. It is time to Auxiliary Bishop John J. Nevins is greeted by Pope John Paul II during a recent
lose their jobs, many commercial put selfishness aside, and work audience at the Vatican. The Pontiff asked Bishop Nevins to transmit his deep lo-
firms who sell goods and services to together as a community to reform ve, affection and prayers for Archbishop McCarthy, Bishop Roman, the Clergy,
Pade County and Jackson Memorial our tax structure, but not to destroy Religious and Laity of South Florida. Pope John Paul also praised the Vocation
Hospital will lose this business and it. work within the archdiocese and urged even greater efforts.
US. 'Tax Fever' has Broken, Poll Says
(Continued from Page 1) asked people to describe their and five other common taxes, the polling firm said it still President Carter, the poll
taxpayers' income tax anger on a scale of one to 10, the percentage of people who could not judge what the found.
returns. It was the third with one representing feeling felt taxes were unfair and the "normal" level of anger over Forty-three percent of the
annual poll Roper has con- perfectly satisfied and 10 percentage of lower and taxes is in the United States. public favors taxing all profits
ducted for the company. The representing extreme anger. middle income people who felt resulting from oil price
poll was based on 1,502 in- In 1978, the thermometer they paid too much in taxes While Americans may decontrol, while 34 percent
terviews conducted in early showed the median level — were all lower in 1979 than in feel less angry about the favors exempting profits
May. the figure which divided all 1978. amount of taxes they pay, "plowed back" into energy
In the 1978 and 1979 responses in half — was 6.35, Roper also said anger there is still "massive sup- exploration.
polls, Roper measured at- in 1979, it was 5.32. about taxes was lower in all port" for a constitutional The poll asked people to
titudes toward taxes en an Roper said complaints subgroups of the general convention to consider an name one or two things that
anger "thermometer." It about federal income taxes population it surveyed. But amendment to limit federal should be done with the
spending, the poll said. money from the windfall
AMERICANS favor such profits tax. Fifty-four percent
a convention by a "65-22 said it should be used for
percent margin, the poll said. research and development in
A convention would propose other energy resources, 41
an amendment that would percent said it should be used
have to be ratified by 34 states to reduce all taxes and 21
just like an amendment percent said it should be given
passed by Congress. to the poor to help pay for
The largest percentage of rising energy costs.
people favoring a specific The poll said the public
proposal — 73 percent — prefers the present health care
favor requiring a two-thirds system to a comprehensive
vote of Congress to raise national health insurance
federal spending. system by 55-39 percernt. If a
The poll found that in- national health insurance
flation and improving U.S. system is approved, the public
energy supplies "crowded out prefers it to cover major
all other issues in the public's medical expenses over all
set of national priorities," medical expenses by 47-45
with 51 percent citing in- percent, the poll said.
flation and 31 percent citing By a 77-17 percent
energy supplies as one of their imargin, a large majority said
top two priorities. !they would not contribute
A total of 77 percent of more to charity than they do
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r ATTENTION Chaplain's Office Archbishop's Statement
Needs Volunteers On Hurricaneexperienced andDavid
CATHOLICS! Dedicated men and
women are needed to minister
In the wake of Hurricane was
David, Archbishop McCarthy
has issued this statement:
strengthened in the emergency.
We are grateful for the
Continental Casualty Company to the patients at South I call upon our priests, renewed sense that we gained
of Chicago, Illinois OVA Florida State Hospital and to
assist them to enjoy (exercise)
religious and faithful to join
me in thanking God that we
of appreciation of the gifts and
blessings we enjoy. And
A hospital their right to religious wor-
were spared from hurricane
David. As it became clear that
the southern part of the Arch-
especially we are grateful for
the prayer experience of
having turned in our concern
insurance plan A special
diocese would be spared, our
two-part concerns turned to our people
training and orientation of the north who, thank God,
program will be held on Sat. also were delivered from
to the protection of Him who
calmed the waves when Peter
became nervous about them,
and of her, Our Lady of
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Catechetics Stresses Family Values
By BROTHER Each year the celebration
MIGUEL CAMPOS of Catechetical Sunday gives
to parish communities an
The family. opportunity to reflect on the
Sometimes we can live teaching mission of the
with it, but we know we could Church as it is lived and
never really live without it. experienced locally. The
On one hand, a happy parish community as a whole
family life remains for most of remembers how they
us among the primary goals of represent the presence of
life. We want stable marriages Christ in the world, a Christ
with loving spouses and who continues to teach and
happy children. We want to reveal the Father's love. All
love and be loved. We want Christians to some degree are
that special kind of personal "teachers" for the Lord, if
security in relationships that only by the word and example
the idealized "home" of daily Christian living.
represents. And yet on the Traditionally Catech -
other hand this dream today etical Sunday " has
seems to be threatened. given them the occasion to
Separation, divorces, renew their dedication to their
generation and com- particular responsibilities in
munication gaps all make for the ministry of Religious
broken homes that cause Education. Sunday
broken persons. Daily we liturgies, homilies, ceremonies
either read about these of commitment — all these demands also a conversion of that living unit in a home or at these different levels of
problems in the media or have elements go in a celebration of an apartment but also the family life to see how well the
personal experiences with Catechetical Sunday. heart.
The home remains the wider Church family. So often gospel is being lived and
them. Failures in family living This year's theme for the Scriptures talk about preached. The Church is a
mark and scar the world all first and most important
Catechetical Sunday will school of religion— not being brothers and sisters in family affair from beginning
around us. remind us of the primary11role the Lord, a family that God to end, and even beyond. The
necessarily because classes are
Because of the im- played by the family in conducted there, but because has made his own. family united to God not only
portance of the family unit process of education. Ex- family members support each wants a happiness and love in
and because of the many perienced religion teachers other in an attitude of faith In this year's this world but for eternity as
problems making family life know well how what they do in and love for the Lord and for Catechetical Sunday we look well.
more difficult, the American the classroom will mean very each other. Catechetical
bishops have asked us to
celebrate 1980 as the Year of
little if the family does not
develop a religious at-
Sunday's theme of "Bringing
the Word to God's Family" DREs Hear Church
the Family. Quite logically
then the annual celebration of
Catechetical Sunday adopted
mosphere. The gospel can
hardly be taught where the
gospel is not lived. Christian
will only be realized if we are
concerned with "Living the
Word in God's Family."
Parish Coordinators of member of the migran
the theme: "Bringing the education means more than a For Christian People the Religious Education in apostolate in St. Anne's in
Word to God's Family." development of the head but word "family" means not only Florida, heard their keynote Ruskin, addressed the group
speaker Fr. Virgilio Elizondo, on her experience in the rural
College Religion Courses challenge the group to con- ministry of her diocese; Fr.
sider "Christianity and the Joseph Ferraioli, OMI, ex-
Church as a counter-culture, pressed the need to serve the
Set in Various Locations
A r c h d i o c e s e from Sept. 25 through Dec. 15 religious ed teachers at-
to the negative signs which black community at all levels;
society likewise conveys". Ms. Kathy Chadwick,
Department of Education is and will each be worth five Speaking to the par- chai man of the Religion
tending as an investment in
co-sponsoring with Florida quarter-hour credits, or three religious formation. ticipants at the annual Department of Pensacola
International University a semester hours. Each course Three courses taught in
Catholic High spoke
workshop of the Conference of out of her own School, anglo-
series of college credit courses will cost $82. - The Arch- English are: Diocesan Directors of saxon,
in religion at various locations diocesan Religious Education Rel 3224, The Prophets,
Religious Education held in vis-a-vis middle-class that she
in Dade and Broward Department urged parishes to at St. Anthony (S. Broward). St. Petersburg, the theologian
Counties. subsidize (50 percent Rel. 4808, Liturgy in Ed.,
daily; and Fr. Juan
noted that the church cannot meets Associate Director of
The five courses will run suggested) school and at St. James, N. Miami. afford to get lost in the culture Religious Education in the
Rel. 3252, Theology of that dehumanizes persons and Archdiocese and chairman of
Deaf Children Religion Classes Paul, at St. Louis, S. Miami. personalizes machines and Ithe FCDD, touched upon the
Religious education In Broward County In Spanish: ministry to the Hispanic
classes for deaf children will classes will begin Thursday, Rel. 3224, The Prophets, The church has to offer communities.
be conducted in Dade and Sept. 20 at St. Anthony at St. Agatha, S. Miami. something new", he said. "It THE SUN and the beach,
Broward Counties beginning School, 901 NE Second St., Rel. 3510, Early must become the coun- the sunbursts of ideas on
Monday, Sept. 17. Fort Lauderdale. Christianity, at St. John the terculture that announces catechetical issues presented
Classes will be taught Interpreted Mass is Apostle, Hialeah. with joy the living presence of by competent personnel from
from 4 to 5 p.m. on Mondays celebrated at noon every the Lord Jesus, who calls us all the Florida dioceses, the
at SS. Peter and Paul School, Sunday in St. Anthony The courses will consist to build His Kingdom of prayer services and the main
1435 SW 12 Ave.; on Church. of 50 class hours, with justice and peace", he added. liturgy, celebrated by Bishop
Tuesdays at St. John the The Rev. James Vitucci is workshop style on some The participants of the Thomas Larkin of St.
Apostle Church, 451 E. Archdiocesan Director of the Friday nights and Saturday workshop, around 200 in total, Petersburg, the moments of
Fourth AVE., Hialeah; on Office for the Deaf, assisted mornings and classes on one also shared in a panel of silent reflection as well as the
Wednesdays at St. James by Sister Conleth, associate weekday night. reactors that identified the Fiesta, served to unite these
Deaf Center, 18348 NW 12 director. For further information cultural groups that compose dedicated men and women in a
Ave.; and on-Fridays at St. Additional information contact the parish DRE or the the population of Florida common ministry of Christian
Louis parish center, 7270 SW may be obtained by calling Religious Ed Dept. of the which the Church serves. formation vis-a-vis the family
120 St., Kendall. 653-3147. Archdiocese, 757-6241. Sister Marion Morrissey, of the 80s.
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MATTER OF OPINION
Being entrusted, then, by God's mercy, with this ministry, we do not play the coward;
we renounce all shamefaced concealment, there must be no crooked ways, no fal-
sifying of God's Word; It is by making trie truth publicly known that we recommend
ourselves to the honest Judgment of mankind, as In God's sight. (2 Corinthians 4:1-2)
Outrageous Tax Proposal
Dade County votersj Wjtll go to the believe is an essential Chaplain service at
polls on September 18 to vote on a pro- the institution.
posed property tax cut of 99.5 percent. It seems that an already small budget
On the surface, this might sound like a for chaplains has been reduced even
very good idea. We all think taxes are further-and this makes it more difficult for
much too high, and any attempt to reduce patients at Jackson t o receive on-going
them might appear useful. spiritual care. Medicine and religion g o
However, this particular proposal hand in hand a n d it is hospital patients
would cut essential county services to w h o need both. It is a sad commentary o n
such a degree that it would create a crisis the state of c o m m u n i t y mores w h e n a
for the community well-being. public institution like Jackson decides that
The response of some people is to say spiritual care is not as important as building
that Proposition 13 in California was also maintenance.
considered ruinous to the State but that it W e have said before, public officials
has not happened. The difference, of have strayed f r o m an established hierarchy
course, is that Californians were paying of values a n d are setting priorities w h i c h
much higher taxes than we are, including have little redeeming value. If Chaplains
a State Income Tax; and the State govern- are n o t considered important, it w o n ' t be
ment had sufficient surplus to cushion the long before there might be moves t o also
shock. Even so, almost 20,000 people lost reduce t h e budget for medical services.
The sick and t h e infirm can then be left t o "MAVBE WHEN MOAAMV AND I GET TO CHURCH
their jobs there and the biggest beneficiaries WE'LL HEAR THE STORV '"BOUT HOW JESUS ,
of California's Proposition 13 were businesses the bureaucrats and their quack cures. MULTIPLJEP THE LOAFERS ANP THE FISHERMEN.
The same will hold true here. More
than 50 percent of businesses will benefit
from the Proposed Tax Cut if it is passed.
Landlords will also benefit-and if California
is the example, renters will see no reduction
(LETTERS TO THE EDITOR]
in their payments. Who are these renters?
space, so I suggest she take the time to read the
Mostly the poor and senior citizens.
Affected by such a tax cut would be
Untimely Comment complete text of his letter to the Ephesians from
To the Editor: 5:15 - 21 to 6:1-4. She'll find in this beautiful
the police and fire departments, which Your editorial of August 10, although letter on marriage, that the basis is love, not
although presently undermanned would theoretically and philosophically correct is control. It's a love that must be cherished by
be drastically reduced, with its subsequent untimely. both, as they become one in Christ.
social consequences. A county government I believe that precisely what has made our I know there are many brilliant Christian
catholic community stronger is its diversity. We women in the ERA movement, and it's a pity to
with a drastically reduced budget would all practice one faith but worship in our own see all that intelligence being exploited, and
have to eliminate many social services to language and do so in conformity with our channeled in the wrong directions, just to feed the
the poor and the aged besides increasing cultural and religious traditions. Each community satanic egos of a few. What a waste of Christian
the ranks of the unemployed. — whether Anglo or Hispanic — knows at each womanhood.
given time what is being celebrated and why. We Mrs. Sara Quinn
Oh, there are so many things about Palm Beach Gardens
are a happier and convinced—not frustrated and
this tax proposal which are so outrageous ignorant— catholic community because of it.
that we feel it essential people of the Perhaps the European immigrants of long ago to
On Ethnic Bishops
community really get to understand its which you refer in your editorial repudiated the To the Editor:
"melting pot" theory because they were not given Fr. Greeley wants us to believe that a recent
implications. There are no reserve funds in study concluded that no ethnic, i.e. Irish, factor
the county to take up the slack. this opportunity to worship in their native
language and according to their own religious affected church promotions, and that he for one is
Instead of such a Properly Tax Proposal, traditions perhaps there would be more active and all for having minorities command the top posts
we ought to be working for serious tax convinced catholics today, sure certainly not in metropolitan areas.
reform, both on a State and local govern- bitter members of society. Although no time frame was given, most
likely the study is a product of the late 70's.
ment level. Our taxes are still lower than In your editorial you ask for prayers and Would the same conclusion be valid had this been
in many parts of the country, but Florida work to achieve "full integration in every sense of done fifteen or more years ago?. Or is there
is also behind in many essential services. the word." I believe that all our prayers and work something to this Irish domination theory even
at this time should be directed toward the total though it may be a ghost of yesterday? And more
For example, there is little or no protection evangelization of our community. Each group
for the consumer and many State regulatory importantly, are its effects still being felt?
evangelized according to its present needs Further, Fr. Greeley tells us that the Irish
agencies represent special rather than bearing in mind the group's culture and religious priests are represented at a rate twice as high as
public interests. It is in these areas that we traditions. Full integration will be achieved to the proportion of American Catholics. He fails
ought to be looking for reform as well as gradually and naturally without the necessity of to mention here that a great number of these Irish
"specialized programs". Once we learn to accept priests are "imports" from Ireland and not
in the various bureaucracies which abound ourselves as we really are with our virtues and
with high salaries and very little results. shortcomings and realize that God loves us as we Americans of Irish descent.
are then we will be ready to accept each other. I question Fr. Greeley's choice of terms when
We are not against tax reductions, but we he uses "new ethnic" complainers and "new
think this Dade County meat ax approach Let us not forget that there is unity in ethnic" critics when "new " is false and therefore
is the wrong way to go about it. pluralism! unnecessary, and when words like awareness and
R.Guixens defender are not only accurate but more
Hialeah charitable than those chosen. The minorities have
always been aware of who and what they are, and
ERA letter inane
Values? To the Editor:
Mary Longo's letter is the most inane I've
ever read. Taking words out of context just to suit
have prided themselves in their heritage, but it's
been the majority and those in authority who
can't buy it. It's about time that something be
said by and for these people, even though it just
Jackson Membrial Hospital has not one's purpose is not being truthful in the quoting isn't too well received when they do speak up.
waited for t h e outcome of t h e property tax of Scripture. Her's is a warped interpretation of Jane G. Seifert
c u t proposal in further reducing w h a t w e equality, and truth. North Palm Beach
Quoting of Paul's letter would take too much
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Memo to Bishop Synod on Family
.By REV. ANDREW M. 6BEELEY.
Milords: I should like to submit names is that the core of the family is observation, however, may throw psychologically disturbing sexuality
that a number of academic disciplines the remarkable "quasi pair bonding" you! is built into the biological nature of
could make an important con- between the human male and female. That which is specifically human human nature. Sex as a means of
tribution to your preparation for the None of the other primates have it about our sexuality seems to exist strengthening pair bonding is part of
world meeting next year on the (with the exception of a single species mostly for creating and reenforcing the natural law.
family. of monkeys). While our pair bonding the pair bonding. Not needing a We are fond of saying
is not as strong as that of the Gambel permanent family arrangement, our in our marriage education
They are known by various quail outside my window in Tucson primate first cousins are able to get classes, milords, that sex isn't
names — comparative primatology, (when one moves five feet, so does along with sexual drives that are everything in marriage. Indeed it is
ethology, sociobiology — and un- the other) and we can escape from it moderate and minor compared to not, but unless God had decided that
fortunately have more than their (hence it is called "quasi pair bond- ours: the female is sexually reproduction was going to take place
share of charlatans writing popular ing"), the strong emotional link "available" only a few times a year; through sexual differentiation and
books and articles. Nonetheless, the that binds a human male and female the male is aroused only when he unless he had further decided that an
best scholars in these disciplines together cannot be found in our first smells the female "in heat"; in- unusually strong sexual drive (for
have something very important to cousins in the primate world — the tercourse is quick and functional; our kind of creatures) was essential
say about the human family to which chimpanzee, the gorilla, the baboon. there is no constant sexual preoc- keep male and female together for the
you should listen with respect and cupation or fantasizing in either sex; rearing of children, there wouldn't be
interest. In part they will strengthen They have not developed such and there is no propensity for in- marriage or a family.
your position on the family; and in bonds because the care of a mother tercourse to provide powerful and
part they will make you think and a father together is not ab- sustained emotional satisfaction.
solutely indispensable for the I PASS OVER the implications
seriously and, I hope, creatively maturation of their young. Evolution of this observation for issues on
about what the church can do to help into a complex, multi-skilled, learn- In other words, you don't have which most of the laity have already
family life. ing creature like homo sapiens to be as "sexy" as humans are just to made up their minds (though if one
required a long maturation period achieve primate reproduction, most takes natural law theory seriously,
THE BASIC "discovery" of during which the offspring was of our unique and intense sexual the materials reported in previous
these scholars is that the human relatively defenseless and unable to nature is devoted not to reproduction paragraphs may provide a way out of
family developed before the evolution take care of himself (or herself). but to strengthening the pair bond- our present dilemmas). I merely wish
of homo sapiens and was indeed a Those pre-hominids survived whose ing against which many of the other to ask one question: If the church is
necessary precondition for that parents were disposed to remain propensities of our primate nature interested in strengthening family
evolution. The family in some form is together. Those adults whose genetic rebel. ties and if the basic family tie is
built into the structure of our being traits inclined them to a propensity emotionally intense sexuality, ought
by the evolutionary process itself. to permanence were the ones whose So just as the family is required not the church do all it can to provide
Because we are a "generalized" offspring were likely to live into their for there to be homo sapiens, so skills and the motivations married
animal with a great deal of flexibility own reproductive years. intense sexuality is required for there people need to sustain and develop
and adaptability, the family can take to be a family (male, female and their sexual intimacy (as well as all
many different forms and is endlessly So far so good. The family is offspring). If these scholars are right the other aspects of their common
changing, but we are programmed by "natural," built into our biology — — and I don't think that there is any life, of course)?
our past to be family people. It's in though don't try to deduce the code serious doubt about the basic Do you think, milords, that our
our genes. of canon law or the norms for an- outlines of their argument — laity see us doing that today?
The second observation of these nulment procedures from our powerful, emotionally demanding And if you do, you've got to be
disciplines with the strange-sounding evolutionary history. The next and fulfilling and at the same time kidding....
Catholic 'Hippies' -An Unusual Community
•By DICK CONKLIN.
Have you ever wondered what it they found themselves coming closer conversion of Jews, drug abuse have named St. Rose of Lima.
would be like to live in a California to Christianity, which caused some counseling, and pro-life work. And, EARLIER THIS year the group
hippie commune? members to drop out. interestingly, they see a connection received headlines in California
Probably not the kind of ex- The rest continued to pray for between the latter two — feeling that newspapers when they staged a sit-in
perience you are looking for. But one direction while attending various drug usage suppresses a woman's at the state's largest abortion
such commune has been getting some Christian churches. One day, one of natural maternal instinct. facility. Many organizations sup-
attention recently in the Catholic the women was told by a doctor that ported the protest, and several people
press, and I wanted to share their she might die unless she aborted her They still hold on to their rule of were arrested, including the town's
story with you. unborn baby. But since the group unanimity, but have few retired police chief and the Grand
had promised each other to abide by disagreements. They are happy with Knight from the local Knights of
During the Vietnam War days of unanimous decisions, they began their work, which now also includes Columbus council.
the late sixties, one group of young anguished discussions about teaching courses in natural family The commune's spiritual
people from many different abortion. Another member had planning and counseling women at director is Father Arthur B. Klyber,
backgrounds came together near recently had one, and suffered a deep the doors of abortion clinics. They a Jewish Catholic priest who is
Santa Rosa. They made a com- sense of guilt. So as a result of the bought a printing press and publish active in educating Christians to
mittment to each other and agreed to group's decision, the new mother literature on the causes they believe better understand the Church's
begin a search for "the truth". Some decided to keep her baby, a little girl so strongly in. teaching on the Jewish people, and
were Jewish, some athiests, Bud- named Ruth Ann - born without a has written several books on the
dhists, Hindus — but no Christians. single complication. People who visit the commune subject of Jewish evangelization.
THE FIFTEEN adults and five marvel at the discipline of the I wrote to these people and
children lived many interesting That experience was a factor in children, the lively study and received some fascinating material
experiences during their search, the commune's decision to choose the discussion sessions, and the about a truly spirit-filled community. •
including spending a year in the Catholic Church, and eventually dedication of the people. They grow Perhaps you would like to do the
forest living off the land, then to become a Dominican lay com- their own food in the community same. They call themselves Catholics
another three years developing a munity — ten adults and 19 children. garden, and teach their own children United for Life, and can be reached at
farm from scratch. During this period Their work today centers around the in the community school, which they P.O. Box 390, Coarsegold, CA 93614.
Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Friday, September 7,1979 / Page 7
What does human
By FATHER CORNELIUS portant distinction. To live The caring of the parents
J. VANDERPOEL according to commandments is indeed a ministry of the
means to be guided by high quality since it enables
principles suggested from the the young person to develop
There is perhaps no outside. To live according to its totalled and to become a
better way to understand the God's life brings the source of person in its own right,
meaning human wholeness our action, as a gift of God, reflecting the goodness and
than to take a careful look at into the center of our being. the love of God.
some ordinary expressions in This gift of God contains both
daily human life. a sense of personal dignity
and the need-ability to reach
out in constructive ways. The caring for what the
A hand touches gently child can be become is a
the hair, the face, the shoulder continuous support for the
or the arm of another person. Caring has innumerable physical well-being, for the
The other may be a child or a
parent, a- fiance or a friend.
The scene and.gesture are so
familiar that they do not even
forms of expression, ranging
from a simple smile to the
greatest sacrifice of personal
self-giving. Whatever the form
emotional or interhuman
abilities, and for the spiritual
values which will slowly
become conscious. It is a
draw our attention. It hardly may be, it contributes to a ministry of human wholeness.
ever occurs to us that this sense of personal dignity and The child who receives the
simple caress is part of a value, and it is in action of care is not the only one who
relationship that reaches
deep into the hearts and
minds and spirit of those who
give and receive this ex-
constructive love. Family
relationships offer the clearest
examples of these values.
benefits. The parents who give
the care grow in the process.
Human life reaches its fullness
by active expression. The
pression or loving concern. ability to care reaches its
fulfillment in active caring.
Caring is a human at-
titude and action which
speaks a language of respect
Look at the parent-child
relationship. The countless
ways in which parents express
their concern for the child are
The call to live God's love
in the human reality is
and concern, of good wishes, for the child so many ex- followed by actively reaching
closeness and mutual periences that it is loved and out to others. Caring is that
belonging. Caring has its appreciated. Through the kind of self-realization that
influence upon the giver as caring concern of the parents a leads to human wholeness.
well as upon the receiver. In child develops a sense of Active caring (in our example,
normal circumstances it is an personal value. It is not a parental caring) gives a
influence of growth and in- conscious awareness or a concrete expression to the
tegration. Let us try to ex-
plain this in a little more
It is rather a knowledge of
personal goodness which can
form a basis for friendship
with others, for generosity
physical abilities of the
parents, to their interhuman
feelings of love and concern,
and, if they are persons, of
Our discussion is based faith, they have an intellectual
upon the belief that the and respect for people who are and feeling awareness that
human being is created in the different from themselves. they are actively cooperating
image of God. Through The caring that a child with God's creative . love.
"A hand touches gently the hair, the face, the shoulder or the creation we are placed in this receives is an indispensable Caring is a ministry in which
arm of another person." The other may be a child or a parent,
a fiancee or a.friend. The scene and gesture are so familiar
that they do not even draw our attention. It hardly ever occurs
world to express in daily
human life the goodness and
love of the Creator. This
means that we are not simply
element in its future ability to
relate to others, to contribute
to the well-being of the
community and to find a
the source and the goal are
human wholeness, or in other
words, which brings forth or
deepens a human being in
to us that this simple caress is part of a relationship that
reaches deep into the hearts and minds and spirit of those
who give and receive this expression or lovjng concern."
called to live according to
God's life. This is an im-
meaningful relationship to
whom the life and love of God
is visible and real. I
Jesus: A Good Shepherd -as written for children T
By JANAAN MANTERNACH rest. The grass over the hill lured him
away from the flock. Soon the sheep
seemed lost. After a moment the
nearby hill. "I am the good
shepherd," he said. "The good
shepherd is willing to die for his
for these sheep of mine."
The people could sense how
One day Jesus was standing at shepherd noticed that one sheep was sheep." The people glanced at the much Jesus loved his friends. They
one of the great gates in and out of missing. He whistled and called, but shepherd on the hill as Jesus con- had seen him search out people who
Jerusalem. People were coming and the sheep could not hear him. So he tinued to speak. seemed to be lost. They knew he
going. Jesus stood there looking out left the flock and went out searching cared enough to die for those he
at the beautiful hills just outside of for the missing sheep. Finally he "There are others," he said, loved. He acted toward them much
the city. He noticed a shepherd with found it and happily carried it back "who are more like hired hands than like the shepherd acts toward his
his flock of sheep on a nearby hill. to the flock. shepherds." Jesus looked directly at sheep. ,.
Jesus watched how the sheep the religious leaders as he spoke.
While Jesus watched the "Such men have no real care for the Many of the people who listened
followed their shepherd. They ob- shepherd and his" sheep, people sheep. When they see a wolf coming, to Jesus were touched by his words.
viously knew him well and felt close noticed him standing at the gate. they run. They let the wolf scatter They could feel that he knew them
to him. There were other shepherds Soon a crowd gathered. Wherever and snatch the sheep." Some of the and loved them. They wanted to get
nearby, but the sheep would not Jesus went, people grouped around religious leaders were uneasy. They to know and love him more. They
follow them. The sheep stayed close him to listen to his teachings. knew Jesus was talking about them. said in their hearts that they would
to their own shepherd. follow him and his way. They liked
Jesus turned around and looked thinking of Jesus as their good
Jesus could hear the shepherd at all the people. He noticed some Smiling at his friends in the shepherd.
whistling to the sheep. The shepherd friends in the crowd. He also noticed crowd, Jesus said again, "I am the
also called the sheep by pet names. some of the religious leaders, the good shepherd. I know my sheep. My "There are still others" Jesus
The sheep responded right away to scribes and Pharisees. He knew they sheep know me. They recognize my concluded, "who are not yet part of
the shepherd's voice or whistle. were not friendly to him. voice. We care about one another. We my flock. I want to lead them, too.
love each other. If one of them gets They, too, will recognize my voice.
As Jesus watched, he noticed Jesus began to speak. He lost, I go out in search of it to carry it Then there will be one flock, one
one of the sheep straying off from the pointed at the shepherd on the back to my flock. I will give my life shepherd."
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Could anyone love her?
Everybodyf even God has forgotten me"
By ANGELA M. SCHREIBER musty odor and assorted smells "Lord, give me strength to carry out When Mrs. Stevens went the
offended him even though he had this task with understanding and next morning to visit Mrs. Gibson,
As Father Monahan climbed entered many such buildings-He said compassion." she took clean bedding and bath
the stairs to the fourth-floor apt., the his usual simple prayer earnestly, soap. She also purchased doughnuts.
He was the bearer of a most "I wonder how long it has been since
precious gift, the Eucharist. A someone simply visited this woman
woman's voice invited him to come and shared a cup of coffee," she
Our Shepherd knows in. As he entered, he gave the
greeting always used when bringing
Holy Communion, "Peace to this
Even Father Monahan's
description had not prepared her.
house and to all who dwell within."
and loves us The woman replied bitterly, "There's
no peace here."
Suddenly the doughnuts seemed like
an enemy. How could she possibly
have thought she could sit down
beside this woman and swallow
By FATHER JOHN J. CASTELOT The long discourse of Jesus in She lay in the middle of dirty anything?
John 10 spoke most eloquently of his bedclothes, her hair disheveled, her
legs, covered with running sores, Mrs. Gibson greeted her, "So
To be human means to exist in a were propped on pillows. The stench you're a 'do gooder," are you?
own unique relationship with his inside the apartment made the halls Welcome to my parlor. I adore lying
complex of relationships. The very followers. Like so many of the
fact that we are creatures means that smell clean. here all day with nothing to eat. Now
discourses in this Gospel, it is it's your cue to say, 'Being poor and
we are by nature one term of a divine- composite in makeup and becomes
human relationship. Furthermore, to As the priest gave her the sick will make you holy.' Hell, there's
really clear only when one recognizes nothing Holy about it. I think God,
be human is not simply to be, but to that two separate parables with Eucharist, a few peaceful moments
be-with-others. Not surprisingly.then, followed. along with everybody else, has
corresponding explanations are forgotten me.Lady, take your hand-
religion tends to find expression in involved. In the first Jesus likens
societal structures, in communities. But the peace was only bag and packages and get out."
himself to the gate of the sheepfold
This leads almost inevitably to in- (10,1-3A); this figure is explained in momentary. She told him how Mrs. Stevens explained that she
stitutionalism with its accompanying 10, 7-10. In the second he compares miserable she was. She had fallen had come to visit. "I've got clean
ritual. Given our social nature, our himself to the shepherds (10,3b-5), boarding the bus several weeks sheets and blankets and I'm going to
being-with-others, it could hardly be and this is explained in 10,11-16. before and failed to heal properly. make you more comfortable, then
otherwise, and it satisfies a deeply Her two grown children, she said, we'll have coffee and doughnuts
felt need. But it entails also a serious had abandoned her. "Everyone while we talk."
and strangely paradoxical risk, that It is the second one which ex- leaves me. There isn't such a thing as "I told you, lady, there's
of blinding one to the profoundly presses in especially moving fashion friends. You'll be turned off, too, nothing to eat here. No coffee. No
interpersonal nature of religion. his relationship with us: "The sheep Father." he uttered a protest. She anything. Go home:" Mrs. Gibson
hear his voice as he calls his own by interrupted, "Oh no. You won't be shouted.
It is a sad fact of history that name and leads them out. When he back. Nobody's any different. Those When the old lady was lying in a
people have repeatedly fallen into the has brought out those that are his, he damned social workers, they come clean bed, Mrs. Stevens went to the
trap of substituting structures, walks in front of them, and the sheep back, though. I can't get rid of them. cabinet. It was bare. Yet there was an
ritual, codes for the essential per- follow him because they recognize his All they say is, 'Now, Mrs. Gibson, unmistakable odor of food. Looking
sonal dimensions of religion, both voice" (10 ,3b-4). Each shepherd you can wash up and make some around, she discovered a plate of
vertical and horizontal: human whistled in a distinctive way; anyone effort to keep your apartment clean.' rotted food hidden underneath
person to God and person to person. else could whistle until he was blue in How can anybody call this dump an newspapers. Mrs. Givson objected
So true is this that many of our the face and the sheep would simply apartment? They make me sicker violently as Mrs. Stevens went
contemporaries speak disparagingly, ignore him. But they were keenly than I already am." through the filthy room and found
even sneeringly, of "institutional sensitive to their own shepherd's call packages of unopened food and
religion." Without, as a result, and would respond immediately. She grinnned at him tauntingly spoiled dinners. Her search finally
abandoning the latter — an im- Some shepherds actually called some and added, "No, I won't see you brought forth a jar of Sanka.
possibility — one must strive of their sheep by pet names. This again. Nobody really cares about me. She managed to sit beside Mrs.
constantly and prayerfully to realize alone would indicate the degree of I'm through talking." She turned her Gibson with her hot drink. She ask-
and to live the warmly interpersonal mutual recognition and response head away and closed her eyes. ed, "why don't you eat these nice
essence of religion. binding Jesus and us. But he goes When Father Monahan returned meals the St. Vincent de Paul Society
further: to the rectory, he called the deacon's brings?"
From first page to last, the wife and told her about Mrs. Gibson. "They don't care whether I live
Scriptures practically shout this "I am the good shepherd; the "The social worker contacted or die. They're just 'do gooders.'" Bit
truth. Jesus, in particular, both good shepherd lays down his life for Catholic Charities when she found by bit, Mrs. Stevens drew the old
taught it and lived it. Keenly aware his sheep...I am the good shepherd. I that Mrs. Gibson was Catholic, so they lady out. The neighbors, she learned,
of his own unique filial relationship to know my sheep and my sheep know got in touch with our parish. I was brought food too. But they laid it out
God, he instructed his hearers to me in the same way that the Father told this was a difficult case, but even and left. Actually, there was more
think of and to address God as their knows me and I know the Father I was not prepared for what I found. food in that apartment than one
Father. This was just one of the for these sheep I will give my life" During my 10 years in the person could eat in a month. But
symbols which he used to com- (10,11, 14-15). In biblical language, priesthood, I have not encountered Mrs. Gibson craved company. She
municate the intimacy of our "To know" means much more than such a degree of bitterness. And the wasn't about to divulge there were
relationship to him. But the "to recognize, acknowledge"; it physical situation takes a strong visitors. By hiding the food, no one
Scriptures invite us also to a like means to "to love, to experience, to stomach. Nevertheless, we must need know that he was not the only
intimacy with Jesus himself— and in embrace." This is how he "knows" us reach this woman." caller. How contradictory this woman
a variety of ways. — even to the point of dying for us — was. She did nothing to endear
and invites us to "know" him. And in "I'll call on her tomorrow herself to anyone, yet she was lonely.
responding we are caught up into the morning, Father," Mrs. Stevens
One of the most picturesque replied. At their meeting, Father
ways — at least for his con- mutual love of Jesus and his Father. Monahan, Deacon Stevens and his
temporaries — was his presentation "The St. Vincent de Paul wife determined to place Mrs. Gibson
of himself as a shepherd and his "I have other sheep that do not Society keeps her in groceries. And with the little Sisters of the Poor. The
followers as his sheep. The cultural belong to this fold. I must lead them, I'll bring Holy Communion to her procedure took several weeks.
roots of the Jews were deeeply too, and they shall hear my voice" once a week. But this isn't enough. Mrs. Gibson declared, "I don't
pastoral; the patriarchs had all been (10,16). Jesus' love is not exclusive.lt She needs to know that someone need charity," her first months with
shepherds; their ideal king, David, reaches out to embrace all, and really does care. It's so much harder the little Sisters of the Poor were no
had been a shepherd. They thought especially the lost, the bewildered, to give what she needs because bed of roses for those who waited on
even of Yahweh in these terms the alienated. Luke has preserved the finding the loveableness in her may her. But today, when Mrs. Stevens
(Psalm 23; Ezechial 34), and the touching parable of the shepherd who be impossible. She was so abusive to calls on her, there are periods of
figure was extended to describe their leaves 99 sheep in the wasteland and the social workers that I understand serenity. And Mrs. Gibson no longer
religious and civil rulers long after goes in search of the poor little stray. she's on the fourth one. Are you sure says, "Get out."
their culture had ceased to be "And when he finds it, he puts it on you want to go over there?"
predominantly pastoral. In Jesus' his shoulders in jubilation" (Luke Mrs. Stevens recalls when she
day flocks of sheep still dotted the 15,5). Mrs. Stevens paused, then told realized Mrs. Gibson was worth the
hillsides, and his listeners were very Father Monahan that she would effort. As she was about to leave one
familiar with the unique relationship indeed, visit Mrs. Gibson. For the day, the old lady's face softened and
"We are his people, the sheep of she said, "I do like seeing you. And
between flocks and shepherds. his flock" (Psalm 95,7). purpose of discussing how they
might help her, they set up a meeting I'm not so lonely now. When will you
which would include the deacon. come again?"
Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Friday, September 7,1979 f Page 9
St. William to build Church that this was done without a
By MILDRED ZINS proximately three hundred
families and Mass was professional fund raiser.
NAPLES— Over three celebrated in the Seagate At present the building
hundred people attended the School. In a couple of years St. fund consists of seven hun-
groundbreaking ceremonies William had to move to larger dred thousand dollars in cash
for St. William Church. The facilities at Pine Ridge Middle and the remainder in pledges.
Rev. Thomas J. Goggin, V.F., School. During the winter The edifice will be on six
pastor of St. Ann, officiated at months they have ap- and a quarter acres of land at
the 4 p.m. ceremony. He was proximately eleven hundred the south end of the
joined by other clergy and families. Westinghouse Coral-Ridge-
dignitaries of Collier and Lee In a little over three Pelican Bay Development on
counties. years, with the blessing of the Seagate Drive. The ar-
Archdiocese of Miami and chitecture is traditional and
Since October 1973 the Spanish in design and will be
Rev. Dominick O'Dwyer, Father O'Dwyer, the building built in the form of the sacred
pastor of St. William parish fund chairman Thomas E.
cross, seating 800 people with
and the parishioners have McBride and a handful of an all purpose room seating
looked forward to the diligent parishioners and a 250 people.
celebration of the ground- most generous congregation Mario La Mendola is the
breaking ceremonies. raised in excess of one million Fr Dominick O'Dwyer, pastor of St. William parish in Naples
St. William parish roster dollars, the parishioners are Architect and the George J ^ u , ; d f ° r the* new St. William Church. Architects
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Popular Piety within Liturgical Piety?
Fr. JUAN J. SOSA setting of the Middle Ages, Pharisaism. dinal Edward Pironio: new evangelization." (next
when the liturgy itself was After Vatican II the "Popular piety must become week: Toward a pastoral
Ideally, the faithful can primarily centered around the various ministerial roles of the .today the starting point of a approach)
legitimately express its faith- roles of the priest and the liturgy have provided the
experience through popular hierarchy and the public people with a sense of com-
devotions preserved by their prayer of the Church became a munity which allows them to
families and, likewise, be rigorist expression of faith. experience God's salvific
moved to share that experience Latin, a common popular presence in a dynamic way.
in the liturgy as the ever- language, became the clerical This worshipping community,
growing sign of unity and love language. In fact, while clerics however, is an elite com-
in the Church. prayed in choir, a section of munity. In numbers it
In practice, however, this the Church exclusively set cannot match the vast
balance does not seem to be apart for them, the people numbers of people who today
present. On one hand, the continued to pray their do not attend Church
worshipping community has common prayers (Our Father, regularly, but who, on the
grown farther away from Creed, Hail Mary's, etc.) at other hand, have kept in their Open 10-5:30
those family religious prac- different parts of the Mass. hearts the popular traditions
tices that can deepen their Historically, popular of their families. It is not « *
liturgical experience, and the devotions after the fifth enough to say that they are
masses of people who have century arpse as a substitute 'ignorant' because they do not
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Sunday worship of the them. While these devotions that we should not worry
Church. are valid, as testified by the about them because they only only
For the most part, those tradition of the Church, the visit the Church at our
who are regularly part of a growing division between Christmas, Ash Wednesday,
worshipping community tend popular piety and liturgical Palm Sunday, Good Friday
to reject those others who piety must be healed. A and Easter celebrations.
have kept the religious popular piety that is not well While in some cases
traditions of their culture. oriented, Pope Paul these observations may be
This tension is not new! VI reminds us, " i s often correct, the challenge remains
It has been present in the subject to penetration by for the worshipping com-
prayer life of the Church down many distortions of religions munity to offer an authentic
through the centuries, par- and even superstitions." A liturgical piety that in itself
ticularly as the liturgy liturgical piety that becomes becomes an invitation to all
evolved from its Jewish and so exclusive in its expression and not just to a few. The
Graeco-Roman milieu to the reflects a high degree of question remains: can we
incorporate elements of
Superior General To Visit Miami popular piety in the litrugy,
and likewise bring the liturgy
On Sept. 12, Brother Jose Association is planning for the to the understanding of those
Pablo Basterrechea, FSC, festivities to be conducted in who do not attend Church
Superior General of the the Miami area on July 1980. regularly: but who maintain a
Brothers of the Christian Accompanying Brother living experience of popular Nick De Martino •
Schools will arrive in Miami Superior will be Bro. Pedro -piety ? Specializes in office leasing and commercial it industrial properties.
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Evangelization -- The Lay Catholic's Role
(Continued from Page 1) Parish Evangelization in the evangelization of active
million Active Catholics; of Rural South'', Catholics is "a long, complex
the 12 million Inactive "Evangelization Through the
Catholics; of the 80 million Performing Arts". " I n - and intricate process, with the
Unchurched; a n d terdenominational Ministry to results probably not fully
Evangelizing within an Youth and Young Adults"., being realized for years."
Ecumenical and Inter- "Evangelization in the Black "However," he continued,
religious framework. Each Catholic Ministry" and "the 'Good News' is that the
general session was opened "Healing the Separated and solution to this complex
with a keynote address by Divorced Through Com- problem is simple and
lay people who are actively munity." singular: Jesus Christ will'
involved in the evangelization Underlying all of the renew His Church!" Our
process in their respective sharing in these workshops ministry is to proclaim and
parish or diocese. Following was the basic message that we invite!" He defines
the keynote addresses, a total ourselves must first be evangelization as "the process
of twenty-six various "how-to- evangelized— we must open of sharing through witness
do-it" workshops were offered, our hearts and minds fully to and word one's faith in Jesus
conducted by laypeople, which Jesus Christ as Lord and' in order to invite another to
ranged in subject from "The experience His Love and the put his faith in Jesus." If our
Legion of M ary 's Approach to power of the Holy Spirit in our faith is evidenced in our
Evangelizing the Alienated lives before we can ever lifestyle, if our faith is our
Catholic" to "Encounter consider evangelizing others. Some of the several thousand delegates to the recent lifestyle, only then will others
Evangelization" to "Gursillo Evangelization Conference held in Washington, D.C.
recognize this difference. He
Mrs. Dolores Leckey, went on to describe
Movement in the Current Executive Director of the must address ourselves to for the renewal of the Church; evangelizers as "faith-filled,
Era." Practical advice was National Conference of prior issues before we begin once the evangelization prayerful, sacramental, caring
given by the many laypeople Catholic Bishops' Secretariat active evangelization!" She process has begun in a parish servants, steeped in Scrip-
who shared their actual ex- for the Laity reminded us in stressed "that what we do has or diocese, there must be ture." Consistently, we were
periences "out in the market her keynote address that "we far more impact in our witness supportive groups to follow told to "seek the Holy Spirit's
place". Workshops , were must BE the Good News and to others than what we say. up, encourage and give moral guidance and to be sensitive
presented concerning "Small constantly reflect upon our Our lives either give courage to the newly to the Lord's timing,
integrity as evangelizers. We credibility to our words or evangelized. reminding us that 'some
cancel them out. The con- In his keynote address on plant, some water'". Once the
vergence of word and action "Evangelizing the 49 million message of the Good News
equals integrity in Active Catholics", Mr. Jack has been shared through word
evangelization." Also, she Mooney, Coordinator of the and witness, then it is our
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South Dade who is also a psychiatrist, is
the author of "Lest We Build
Deanery On Sand," a study of the
South Dade Deanery natural basis for spiritual
president, Mrs. B.E.Parham, formation.
of the Miami Archdiocesan The weekend program
Council of Catholic Women includes Friday evening
has announced the Fall Board supper and concludes with the
Meeting will be held at St. Eucharistic Celebration on
Richard Family Center, 7500 Sunday afternoon.
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CHARLES THE PAINTER
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7813 Bird Road
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Authorized Service and parts. Fertilizers, Sharp- 443-2274
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South Florida Circulation for Leisure Readings
CMSSFB>>OS CALL JUNE
The VOICE readers respond
LEGAL NOTICE OF A D M I N I S T R A T I O N LEGAL FICTITIOUS N A M E L A W SA-PERSONAL SERVICES 13-HELP W A N T E D 3 M U S I N E S S OPPORTUNITIES 52-HOMES FOR SALE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH MISS CARROL
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE NOTICE UNDER "GET THE FACTS" ESTATE SALE
COUNTY, FLORIDA FICTITIOUS NAME LAW LICENSED MASTER COSMETOLOGIST NURSES RN AND LPN Leading Amway Distributor will OMNI AREA
PROBATE DIVISION 03 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hair styling, perms, manicures, etc. train you to build a business in
File No. 7 M 1 0 2 Want to get back into nursing? Tired of Charming 2 Br. Fireplace. Spacious
that the undersigned, desiring to IN YOUR HOME By Appt. the hospital hassle? Want to get into a your spare time. Unlimited potential.
IN RE: ESTATE OF rooms. Separate garage. East of Blvd.
JULIA MAUREEN MURRAY, engage in business under the 25 yrs. exp. References 472-5731 challenging phase of nursing. Try geriatrics.
Programs for Professional & Non-
We will orient and train part-time 7-3 R-3 Zoned.
fictitious name of 3-11 and 11-7. Must have a Florida license professional people. Secondary in- Claude W . Atkins Realtor 757-3481
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION 7 - S C H O O L S & INSTRUCTION-OADE or be tn the process of applying for it.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR QUALITY FURNITURE BROKERS come. Travel. "Get out of the every-
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE at number day rut".
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED Tutoring-Certitied teacher. English remedial RN per day $45 .
7175 S.W. 8th Street Call for Appt. eves. 1 -971 -6263 "NEAT AS, A PIN"
IN SAID ESTATE:
in the City of
reading phonics & French by native. Students LPN per day.$ 35
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the admin- & adults. N.Miami 681 -9884 For further info. NEAR MILLER ROAD
istration of the estate of JULIA MAUREEN Miami, Florida ANNOUNCE YOUR GARAGE SALES
MURRAY deceased, late of Dade County, Call to see this charming 3 Br 2 Bath
intends to register the said name Call Mrs, Paul R.N. in THE VOICE 754-2651
Florida. File Number 79*102 is pending in on 18,900 sq.ft. lot. Close to every-
the Circuit Court in and for Dade County, with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ALLSTATE thing. For details call,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of which of Dade County, Florida. CONSTRUCTION COLLEGE 887-1565 X - A M U S E M E N T S , PARTIES, ETC.
Silvia Bradshaw Realtor Assoc.
is 3rd Floor, Dade County Courthouse, 73 West Dated at Miami, Florida this
Ragler Street, Miami. Florida 33130. The We can help you pass Fair Havens LEGRA REAL ESTATE
personal representative of this estate is HELEN 31 st day of August, 1979. . STATE & COUNTY Center SPORT FISHING
A. FLANNIGAN, whose address is 163 Chapin & Investment Corp. Realtors
Street, Binghamton, New York
S.P.S. ASSOCIATES, INC. CONTRACTORS EXAMS 201 Curtis Parkway Mjami Springs "HELEN C" 888-8802 Eves. 685-2592
The name and address of the attorney for the (A Florida Corporation) • Bldg. • Electrical 947-4081
personal representative are set forth below. By: Pedro P. Peligrin • Air-Cond • Roofing Teachers Aide, Cleaning woman, CAPT. JOHN CALLAN
All persons having claims or demands against President
this estate are required, WITHIN THREE • Plumbing • Swim Pool & a part-time Gardener.Good benefits LAND LOTS OF LAND
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST George M. Santamarina Call for class schedules Call 8:30 AM to 4 PM 625-8354 4 0 - A P A R T M E N T FOR RENT Charming 3 bedroom 2 bath on acre
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file with Attorney for Applicant Dade 625-4852 Equal Opportunity Employer
the clerk of the above court a written New equipped kitchen, new carpet
statement of any claim or demand they may 7175 S.W. 8th Street Broward 981-4357 JOHNSON APTS. Assume $36,000 at lVi %, price in
have. Each claim must be in writing and must Miami, Florida, 33144 W. Palm 586-8249 Needed-Grandmotherly type lady 227 NE 2 St. Near Gesu. Furn. Effcy's Bedroom $50'S
indicate the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or 9/7/79 9/14/79 9/21/79 9/28/79 to come to our home to love & Apts. UTILITIES, ADULTS. Eves 266-0986
Margaret Luksa Assoc. 893-2313
attorney, and the amount claimed. If the claim care for new infant while Mommy ANGELA DALEY Realtor 891-6212
is not yet due, the date when it will become MUSIC J.ESSONS & Daddy work. Own transportation. 40A-RETJREMENT HOME-BROWARD
due shall be stated. If the claim is contingent M>ERSONALS Voice, Piano, Guitar & Organ
or unliquidated, the nature of the uncertainty Mon-Fri. 8 A M to 5:30 PM. Refer-
shall be stated. If the claim is secured, the WE SELL INSTRUMENTS AT DISCOUNT PRICES
ences required. Ft. Lauderdale N.E. HURRY "ESTATE SALE" HURRY
security shall be described. The claimant shall Soul-searching message on world MUSIK KORNER section. Call after 6 PM 765-0550 RETIREMENT HOME 3/1 Partly furnished. Large Corner
deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the 1144 W . 68 St. Hialeah.Fla. Selling in "as is condition" $30,000
clerk of the above styled court to enable the peace. 24 Hr. taped. Fatima Messge OPENINGS FOR AMBULATORY LADIES AND
clerk to mail one copy to each personal Center 498-1289 For dynamic splritua1 821-1167 (Hablamosespanol) 823-5707 GENTLEMEN. ROOM, 3 MEALS, PERS. Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish
representative. words, 498-1287. YOUTH MINISTER REASONABLE
J.S. Palmer, Realtor 751-4141
All persons interested in the estate to whom Young adult or young-minded mature
SA-CRAFTS 923-1726 989-6671
a copy of this Notice of Administration has adult to work with young people at & R E A L E S T A T E P A L M BEACH CO.
been mailed are required, WITHIN THREE VITAMINS, MINERALS BOOKS St. Hugh Church, Coconut Grove. A
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST Ml •O-f 4 1 A « O N D O FOR SALE
BREAD, NUTS, OILS, HONEY, part-time paid position. Call Steve
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file any
objections they may have that challenge the SEEDS a HERB TEAS.
FRAN'S Frazier, Youth Minister, 235-5390, PHILIP D. LEWIS, INC.
FUN WITH YARNS!! I Walk to St. Martha's. 2 Br. 2 Bath
validity of the decedent's will, the qualifications or Msgr. John Glorie, 444-8363 Commercial Properties
of the personal representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court. MURRAY'S Mon-Fri. 10-5 PM
Sat. 10-3 PM 756-1470 0
204KHJSE HOLD GOODS FOR SALE
by Cricket ., Club. Owner. Firm.
$59,500. Call 893-9330 ' NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTY
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
HEALTH FOOD STORE 31 West 20 Street Riviera Beach
DATED at Miami, Florida on this 7th day of Corner N. Miami Ave & 5 NW 75 St. i • - 844-0201,
September, 1979. 759-2187 Dining room table with 2 extra W H O M E S FORWENT
1344ELP W A N T E D leaves & 5 chairs, also glass top 5 5 - O U T OF STATE PROPERTY FOR SALE
HELEN A. FLANNIGAN coffee table. Call . 264-1161
As Personal Representative of the Estate of 3 Bedroom 1 Bath. West Miami
JULIA MAUREEN MURRAY, K of C Hall 3757 Marian Council f a Shores. Available around middle of
Full time teachers to work with 21-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE SICKNESS FORCES SALE
rent for Weddings & Banquets. We October.
First publication of this notice of administration mentally retarded adults over 18. In Beautiful Western North Carolina
on the 7th day of September, 1979 also do Cathering. 13300 Memorial St. Rose of Lima Parish
Also part-time speech therapy, P.E. IN ANY CONDITION 2BR. Fireplace, carport, on 3/4 Acre
ROLLINS, PEEPLES & MEADOWS, PA. Hwy. N. Miami 893-2271 Call Maura 757-3850
Of Law Offices of WILBUR C. ROLLINS & mobility teachers. Call Mrs. Will clean, repair & renew your Living area about 1600 sq.ft. Extra
6101 S.W. 76 Street Gonzalez 279-6190 old air conditioner. 947-6674. 54 acre lot along sideall improved &
South Miami, Florida 33143 62-HOMES FOR SALE beautifully landscaped. Lots of extras
661-2538 GABLES K OF C HALL FOR RENT'
9/7/79 9/14/79 2 5 - T O O L RENTALS CaH (704) 883-2316 or write to H.W.
Weddings, Parties or Banquets LEADER OF SONG
HOLLYWOOD Lemily/RT. 2 Box 76, Brevard, N.C
270 Catalonia Ave. 448-9242" Accomplished in organ and/ or guitar,
OVER 100 RENTAL TOOLS LARGE FAMILY. 5 BR. 3 BATH 28712
2 - L E G A L NOTICE for 3 English-language Masses in
vibrant & active West Dade parish. SMnTY'S HARDWARE & PAINT CO Dining Rm. Fla. . Rm. Family Rm. 56- REAL ESTATE LISTINGS W A N T E D
If you have been denied Annual Contract. 226-5583 12320 NW 7 Ave. 681 -4481 Garage, Central Air/heat. Walk to
K of C Hall for rent. Weddings &
SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS Chaminade & Nativity. Call Century
Banquets. (Miami Council 1726) BUYING-SELLING
You should appeal! Former Sod. 5644 NW 7 St. , 266-1041 27-AUTOMOTIVE FOR SALE 21, A. Fuxa & Co.
Order selectors & stock-men for HOLLYWOOD & VICINITY
Sec. Judge is available to Help Relators. 966-6783 Broward
hardware distributor. Good pay &• BELMONT PROP. INC.
YOU! FREE CONSULTATION! 624-4307 Dade 624-7229 Dade
full Company benefits. Call Rick MIAMI <$MC TRUCK CENTER NEW' BROKER 923-0213
Julius Rich ' 576-6530 Wanted, middle aged lady to live 836-9900 & used TRUCKS, PICK-UPS, VANS<
with single lady who is in good DUMPS, TRACTORS. SERVICE", ST JAMES PARISH
health. No Nursing!! Applicants will Lourdes Academy has opening for ALL MAKES LARGE PARTS STOCK. ESTATE SETTLEMENT SELLING YOUR HOME
have own TV, Bedroom, bath & Biology Teacher. Must be certified BWlin to AIRPORT 635-0331.' 220 NW 126 St. OR INCOME PROPERTY?
salary. Must have car & drive to Terrific value. Spacious, clean 3 BR. Don't delay! Call today!
or able to be certified. Good benefits.
church, shopping etc. References
For further information call School
9 AM to 3 PM 667-1623 or 6664989
30-BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 2 bath, air cond., large lot, spacious
ga'rage with bath. $52,900
Now is the best time!
"Where our clients recommend their friends"
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3 Times Per Line 70c PHONE
13-Conucutive ORTHOPEDIC SHOE SHOP
SI Time* Per Line160c' 3 LINE MINIMUM. 1 LINE = 6 WORDS Owner retiring, fine opportunity for
young man with skills in hand made
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Start (Date) Run (How many times?)
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Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Friday, September 7,1979 / Page 15
For New Broward
Senior Citizen Home
Joined by Miss Lillian
Miss Lillian, mother of President Carter, was
engulfed by people, young and old,- with Florida
hospitality, if not the Florida weather, during
groundbreaking ceremonies for St. Joseph's Tower, an
apartment complex for senior citizens in Lauderdale
Responding to Archbishop Edward McCarthy's
introduction as the "countries outstanding example of
active senior citizenship" and appointing her an
honorary Catholic, Miss Lillian set the the happy mood
for the ceremony replying, "I thank you, Archbishop,
but I hope my minister doesn't hear about it".
St. Joseph's Tower for the elderly in Broward
County, being developed by the Catholic Service
Bureau of the Archdiocese of Miami, is located at 3400
N .W. 30 St., Lauderdale Lakes.
St. Joseph's Tower will be an independent living
facility and part of a three phase project which in-
cludes the Catholic Living Center adjacent to St.
Helen's Church; St. Joseph's Residence, a congregate
living facility where residents receive room and board,
and a 180-bed nursing home under construction.
This new facility is being built to provide alter-
native housing to elderly people living on fixed income,
62 years of age or older, must be ambulatory and fall
within the income limit prescribed by law. It is financed
under the 202 housing program of the U. S. department
Completion for the building is expected by Sept.,
1980. The Catholic Service Bureau has three other
centers in present operation, and two others under
With the volunteer assist of the damp but happy children from St. Helen Elementary School,
Miss Lillian digs the traditional first "shovelful"of dirt on the site of the new building for the el-
derly, during a light rain. Archbishop McCarthy and Msgr. Bryan Walsh encourage them on.
Family Day And What It Should Mean to Us
Back in 1968, President Family reunions like One thing for sure, I Family reunion such as this, is
Johnson proclaimed the those suggested for Family think Family reunions, really a rare gift to a family.
fist Family Day for the Day, Aug. 12th, are tremen- are for summertime and for
people of our country. The dous for people. I have park pavilions, a farm or a In our mobile society and
commemorative day was the memories as a little child of huge backyard, because if for those of us who have
result of the combined efforts going to a large park in they're worth their salt no family left in other countries,
of the Kawanis International Chicago with my parents and house should be able to fit all the likelihood of such a
and the Freedoms Foundation simply not believing I could those relatives. Between great reunion is quite unlikely. Yet,
at Valley Forge. have so many relatives aunts and uncles, grand- even if perhaps a reunion isn't
gathered in one spot. parents, first cousins, second large it can be very very
Reunions can be very moving cousins, brothers, sisters, special and meaningful. Being
This year, Family Day with relatives besides our own
was Sunday, Aug. 12th, and occasions for young and old a- nieces and nephews, and
like. Reunions hold the second, third and fourth neuclear family reminds us
the theme this year was that our roots are united with
"Family Responsibility - the What a fantastic idea! beauties and memories of generation, along with shirt-
I felt a sadness inside yesterday along with the tail relatives, there is some others and that our past
Strength of Nations." How experience of family has
did I find this out?i Of all that not more people know hopes for tommorrow. super festival.
about Family Day and that molded us and made us what
ways, I found it mentioned in we each are today. What truth
an Ideals magazine, with its more communities didn't One of our own parish
make any efforts to promote priests last week stopped into To me one of the most it is that today's family is the
theme this summer, cornerstone of tomorrow's
Homespun. Here we are in it. Perhaps in the 1980's after the Center and announced he joyful parts is actually seeing
the White House Conference was going to fly up north to family I may never have met society and how exciting it is
Family Life work and didn't to know that by proclamation
even know our nation on families we will hear more Michigan to go to a Family before that day. It's fun too,
about celebrating our Nation's Reunion. He was only going to to see the family resemblences of the highest office in the
celebrates Families by special land, we honor each family,
proclamation once a year with Family Day. How important be able to be there a little over among people, especially the
we families are not only in 24 hours, yet he said,"I really babies. There really is a large and small.
each year focusing on a hew
theme. God's eyes, but also for our want to go there." "I mean special bond there that is Pause a moment or two
Nation. Strong healthy who knows when I can ex- passed from one generation to and think about your family
In the wee article it was families are the backbones of perience such a family the next. Family reunions can and what it means in your life.
mentioned the day could be countries. It's good to be in gathering again." Another also be the opportunity for Call or get together with a
celebrated with family touch beyond our own nuclear friend and family drove all the healing hurts or bitterness relative or two if possible and
reunions, picnics, parades and family (Dad, Mom and kids) way to Denver, Colorado, this between its members. It's savor the gift that families are
church services with all the and be aware of the gift summer to celebrate a parents surprising the physical to each other.
activities designed to savor relatives are to us whether 50th Wedding Anniversary mannerisms or ways of voice
that special closeness and love there be the usual family that a huge family reunion inflection that are the same Happy Family Day
so vital to the family unit. souabbles or not. centered around. when one visits a reunion. A Mimi Reilly
Page 16 / Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Friday, September 7,1979
7 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 1979
Publicacion oficial catolica de la Arquidiocesis de Miami, 6201 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 33138, Tel: 758-0543.
Visitara Miami el Superior de
Los Hermanos De La Salle
El proximo dia 12 de Sep- la Salle, que por miles se cuen-
tiembre llegara a Miami para tan en Miami y las ciudades
una breve estancia de dos dias, vecinas.
el Rvdo. Hno. Jose Pablo Bas- Precisamente en el proxi-
terrechea FSC, Superiopr Ge- mo ano 1980 se cumpliran 75
neral de los Hermanos de las anos de la llegada de los Her-
Escuelas Cristianas. El Hno. manos De La Salle a Cuba y de
Jose Pablo , con sede en la apertura de los dos primeros
Roma, es la maxima autoridad centros de enesenanza La-
de los Hermanos De La Salle, sallista. Durante 56 anos de ac-
la orden religiosa catolica que tiva existencia, pues todos sus
mayor numero de miembros centros docentes fueron cerra-
tiene dedicados a la ensefianza dos en Mayo de 1961, los Her-
en el mundo. manos de La Salle fundaron
En su viaje por varios nuevos colegias y al momento
paises latinoamericanos el de la clausura contaban con 11
Hno. Jose Pablo ha incluido a obras educacionales , 3 casas
Miami en su itinerario para vi- de formacion y una casa de re-
sitar y saludar personalmente tiro para los Hermanos an-
a los Hnos De La Salle que re- cianos. En total eran 1326 los
siden en esta ciudad y reunirse hermanos que residian en Cu-
algunas horas con los antiguos ba.
alumnos y sus esposas, La visita del Hno. Supe-
miembros de la Asociacion De rior General ha llenado de
alegria a todos los antiguos
alumnos, tanto de los colegios
de Cuba como el de Miami,
quienes tendran oportunidad
Bajo la mirada de la Virgen de de hacer patente su afecto y fi-
la Caridad que hoy sabado vol- delidad al Lasallismo mundial
vera a surcar las aguas desde en varios actos que se celebra-
la Ermita hasta el Marine Sta- ran los dias 12 y 13 de Sep-
dium para recibir el homenaje tiembre.
de su pueblo, el seminarista Con el Hnno. Jose Pablo
Sergio Carrillo muestra las fo- vendran a Miami el Rvdo.
tocopias de los documentos Hno. Pedro Fernandez, FSC,
recientemente descubiertos Visitador Provincial del
enelArchivo de Indias. Estos Distrito de las Antillas y los
atestiguan la aparici6n de la Rdos. Hnos. Jose Cervantes
^Virgen de la Caridad en el FSC y Pedro Reudell FSC
siglo XVIII, sobre las aguas de Consejeros del Hno. Superior
Nipe, Cuba. General en la Casa Generalicia
El acto dara comienzo a las en Roma.
7:30 con el rezo del Rosario y Grata estancia les dese-
seguira . la Eucaristia conce- amos a estos distinguidos visi-
lebrada por el arzobispo tantes quienes representan
McCarthy y los sacerdotes de una larga historia de activa
la archidi6cesis. La Patrona de obra apostolica y alta influen-
Cuba ha sido durante siglos cia pedagogica dentro de la fa-
fuente de inspiracidn y gracia milia y la patria cubana.
tambien para •norteamerica- Para informes sobre los
nos como el monje trapense actos a celebrar y reserva-
Thomas Merton. ciones para la comida familiar
p u e d e n 11am a r a l o s
teiefonos:442-8163 y 446-6230
Recuento Personal de la Primera Conferencia Nacional de Laicos sobre la Evangelizacion
Evangelizadores: Nuestra Fe Debe Ser Nuestra Vida
Por SUSAN W. BLUM Siendo adolescente, salio parada en una esquina, entre- A. Illig, C.S.P. como director mayoria, representaban a los
la pelicula "Elmer Gantry", y gando folletos y gritando, ejecutivo. El Padre tambien es catolicos "comun y corrien-
Id, pues, y haced discipulos nuncase meolvidarala imagen "Arrepientanse, pecadores!" director ejecutivo de la Oficina tes", el alma misma de la Igle-
a todas las gentes, bautizando- de Burt Lancaster describien- Asi que comence a pregun- Nacional Paulista para la sia. Venian de todas partes de
las en el nombre del Padre, y del do el "fuego infernal" durante tarme que' significaba la evan- Evangelizacion- y muchas ve- los Estados Unidos, incluyen-
Hijo, y del Espi'ritu Santo, en- sus dramaticas presentaciones gelizacion en terminos catoli- ces ha sido llamado "un ar- do unbs cuaritos del Sur de la
senandoles a guardar todo cuan- bajo la carpa circense...como cos y como la podia aplicar a diente hombre de Dios". Florida, y la mayoria habian
to yo os he mandado. Y sabed tampoco se me olvidara el des- mi propia vida de.cristiana. Un resultado directo de la sido enviados por sus obispos,
que yo estoy con vosotros todos cubrimiento de su sensualidad formacion del Comite de Obis- quienes les habian pagado el
los dias hasta el fin del mun- EN 1976, los obispos de los viaje como simbolo de la nece-
e. hipocresia al final de la Estados Unidos, dandose pos y de la Oficina Paulista fue
do.(Mateo 28: 9-20) pelicula. la "Primera Celebracion Laica sidad del apoyo pastoral para
cuenta de la necesidad de acla- el exito de esta Celebracion
rar y actuar en el area de la Nacional Catolica sobre la
LA PALABRA "evangeli- Cuando el Arzobispo Evangelizacion", que tuvo lu- de la Evangelizacion.
zacion" siempre me ha atemo- McCarthy pidio el ano pasado evangelizacion, formaron el
Comite Ad Hoc de Obispos gar la semana pasada en EL PADRE ILLIG, du-
rizado un poco. Cuando nina un enfasis en la evangelizacion Washington, D.C.
en Pittsburgh, el ejemplo por a traves de toda la Arquidioce- sobre la Evangelizacion, para rante el discurso de inaugura-
excelencia de evangelizadores sis, me vinieron a mente ima- responder a las' exhortaciones Para comenzar a entranar- cion, profundizo sobre el tema
era Kathryn Kuhlman, cuyas genes de predicadores calleje- del Papa Pablo VI que pidio se para la evangelizacion, mas de la conferencia, diciendo que
reuniones de renovacion y mi- ros tocando puertas y hacien- evangelizaran a todos los de 1,500 sacerdotes, religiosos "el primer evangelizador no
nisterio de curacion tenian lu- do tambalear estadios. Simple- pueblos del mundo. y laicos asistieron a la confe- fue ni un sacerdote. ni una her-
gar en mi pueblo. mente, no podia imaginarme Nombraron al Padre Alvin rencia. Los laicos, que eran (Pasa a la Pag. 4A)
Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Viernes, Septiembre 7,1979 / Pagina 1A
El domingo 16 de sep- • Detalles sorpresivos del
tiembre, comenzando a las 10 Viaje del Papa.
a.m. el Latin Business and CIUDAD DEL VATICA-
Professional Women's Club NO-(NC) - El Papa Juan
tendra un 'pulguero en un Pablo II planeaba visitar a
jardin' para vender objetos Irlanda del Norte hasta la
fuera de uso con fines de re- explosion de violencia por par-
caudar dinero para adquirir te del Ejercito Republicano
los articulos mas necesarios Irlandes que costo la vida de
para los ex-presos politicos y Refugiados bajo la Lord Mountbatten y de otras
sus familiares que llegan de sombrilla del Arzobis- 22 personas el 27de agosto. Es-
Cuba. po Edward McCarthy, te fue un detalle sorpresivo del
vemos a la Sra. Lillian, anuncio de la oficina de prens1"
Ese mismo dia se estaran madre del Presidente del Vaticano sobre el viaje de.
recibiendo donaciones de pro- Carter, que es es- Papa a Irlanda y los Estados
ductos envasados, articulos de coltada hasta el Unidos. Otro detalle sorpresi-
tocador y ropas de bebitos, Centro Comunitario vo fue que el Papa planea visi-
ninos, mujeres y hombres. en Lauderdale Lakes, tar los Estados Unidos nueva-
para la ceremonia de mente en una fecha no especifi-
Las donaciones deberan la primera piedra del cada para viajar a las regiones
enviarse o entregarse en che- nuevo St. Joseph's sur y oeste del pais.
que o giro postal a Operacidn Tower, un complejo
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El Aborto: Reto a la Sociedad MUNDO
y Liamamiento a la Conciencia Humana • Entrega de porciones de combustion interna. El prela-
la Tierra Santa fomenta divi- do sostiene que su inyector
Durante uno de sus recientes comentarios derecho mas fundamental, ba- el derecho a la vida que tiene el sion neumatico obviara varias
dominicales, el arzobispo de Barcelona, sico e inalienable del hombre: nino antes de nacer, apelando JERUSALEN -(NCI- partes del motor convencional
Eapafia, Mons. Jubany se refirio al
problema del aborto. Reproducimos sus el derecho a vivir. a su libertad y proclamando La cuestion de si el gobierno y funcionara directamente con
palabras por la actualidad que contienen, (,Se trata, entonces, sola- que "es duena absoluta de su israeli puede entregar partes el sistema de compresion.
tunbien en este pals.
mente de un problema cientifi- cuerpo"; porque no se trata de de la Tierra Santa a los arabes I Agrega que su invento es espe-
co, o bien, por encima de todo, este, sino de un ser que, siendo bajo los preceptos religiosos cialmente efectivo en motores
de una cuestion moral? distinto, es igualmente respe- judios ha dividido profunda- diesel, pero admite que es ne-
"Entre las voces que en El problema del aborto con- tablecomoella.Tambien hande mente a los dos rabinos princi- cesario realizar mas investiga-
los momentos actuales piden el tiene un autentico desafio a la atender a las exigencias de la pales de Israel. El Rabino Ova- ciones y pruebas antes de em-
"libre derecho al aborto", responsabilidad moral de la moral Ids medicos y las co- dia Yosef, lider de los judios pezar a producir el inyector co-
sobresale esta afirmacion: "El sociedad. En efecto, todos los madronas, cuya noble profe- sefarditas descendientes de los mercialmente.
aborto es un problema cientifi- hombres dependemos unos de sion es "servir a la vida" y de- judios espanoles medievales, • Contribuyo al arreglo
co, no moral" ^Es cierto esto? otros. La vida humana siempre fenderla sabia y generosamen- dice que partes de la Tierra LA PAZ, Bolivia - ( N C I -
Precisemos, ante todo, el signi- se encuentra en un peligro mas te. Santa pueden ser entregadas si El arzobispo de La Paz Mons.
ficado de la palabra: el aborto o menos proximo; la vida que Ya se que, en relacion con ello evita una guerra. El rabino Jorge Manrique contribuyo
es, en nuestro caso, la supre- disfrutamos y su calidad son el el aborto, existen problemas Shlomo Goren, lider de la co- mediante entrevistas persona-
sion voluntaria y directamente ref lejo del respeto que nos tene- graves, dificiles y dolorosos munidad Ashkenazi des- les al arreglo que culmino con
prpvocada de la vida en un mos mutuamente en nuestras para muchas personas. No po- cendiente de los judios d e ' el nombramiento de Walter
embrion humano. relaciones interpersonales y de demos quedarnos indiferentes Europa Central y Oriental, Guevara,, presidente del
Hay que tener en cuenta los valoresque profesamos.En ante las penas y las angustias sostiene que no pueden ser Congreso, como presidente in-
que desde el primer momento nuestra convivencia se da un de tantas madres y familias; entregadas. Las decisiones de terino de Bolivia, pues los le-
de la concepcion, nos encontra- conflicto entre estos dos valo- sobre todo las pertenecientes a los rabinos no obligan al go- gisladores no lograron la vota-
mos ante una vida humana. En res: o la vida o su "utilidad". las clases populares. La misma bierno de Israel, pero la Ha- cion necesaria para escoger
efecto, el feto no es simplemen- Hemos de afirmar rotunda- conciencia que obliga a repetar lacha, la ley religiosa judia, entre los candidates ganadores
te una "cosa": algo asi como mentes, que el valor de la vida el valor y la calidad de la vida esta incorporada en la ju- de 1-as elecciones de julio, Her-
un trozo de tejido o un parasito en si misma no depende de su desde el primer momento de su risprudencia general del esta- nan Siles Zuazo, de la Union
adherido a la madre y que vive "utilidad". Si este principio concepcion, exige tambien que do. Democratica Popular de iz-
a sus expensas. Es un ser "dis- no fuere aceptado y se admi- la sociedad y las comunidades • Inventa un Obispo quierdas, y Victor Paz Es-
tinto" de elia que posee ya to- tiera el aborto—porque el feto cristianas como tales, en vir- instrumentO'para eliminar mal- tenssoro, del Movimiento Na-
dos los elementos geneticos en es un ser e n t e r a m e n t e tud de su fe, ayuden atenta y gasto de gasolina. cionalista Revolucionario del
un proceso de desarrollo, a tra- "inutil" —, entonces quedaria eficazmente a cualquier madre SALVADOR. Brasil - centro. La Constitucion re-
ves de todas las etapas del cre- totalmente borrada la diferen- que lo necesite. Es asimismo (NC)— El obispo Cristian Ja- quiere mayoria absoluta, y co-
cimiento humano. cia que existe entre quienes di- urgente que sean creadas tales kob Krapf de Jequie sostiene mo ninguno la obtuvo corres-
En el problema del aborto cen defender la vida y aquellos condiciones sociales que hagan que los camiones, automoviles pondia al Congreso la eleccion.
esta en juego, por tanto, una que, a partir de su etica' em- que ninguna madre sienta la y otros vehiculos en Brasil es- Guevara convocara a elec-
vida humana totalmente inde- piezan eliminando "vidas sin necesidad de recurrir al abor- tan malgastando el 75 por cien- ciones para mayo _proximo.
fensa. El feto es el ser vivo valor ni utilidad" y acaban re- to. to de la gasolina que usan, y Mons. Manrique declaro que
mas vulnerable y necesitado. alizando los mas abominables He aqui —termina el car- agrega que el ha inventado un habia buscado la paz, preocu-
Es un inocente que esta a mer- crimenes que repugnan a todos denal Jubany— un verdadero instrumento inyector que eli- pado por brotes de violencia
ced de quienes pueden elimi- los hombres. reto a la sociedad en que vivi- mina el malgasto. El obispo de que podrian alterar la transi-
narle, haciendole imposible su Es necesario redescubrir mos y un liamamiento apre- 42 anos de edad aprendio fisica cion a la democracia. "En-
camino hacia la vida adulta. el sentido de una moral auten- miante a la conciencia humana durante sus estudios universi- contre buena disposicion entre
Suprimir esta vida seria un- tica. La madre, ante todo, debe y . cristiana de todos los tarios y ha estado trabajando ellos para un arreglo satis-
verdadero atentado contra el hacerlo: ella no puede suprimir hombres. por varios anos en motores de factorio."
La Piedad Popular
El Simbolismo de los Seres Humanos
Por el PADRE regalo de esas culturas al contra la tecnologia y el mate-
JUAN J. SOSA Senor. rialismo de la sociedad, el
En muchas ocasiones, es- pueblo buscaba a Dios.
EL SER HUMANO. es tos simbolos religiosos nos lie- En esos mismos anos la
simbolico por naturaleza. van solamente al sentimenta- Iglesia Catolica sufria una cri-
Necesita de recuerdos,. de lismo que pasa rapidamente. sis necesaria: el Concilio Vati-
objetos o de lugares vividos, Sin la direccion de los lideres cano Segundo. La busqueda de
donde en cierta forma haya te- eclesiales, los simbolos se nuevas formas de expresion
nido una experiencia profun- pueden convertir en el objeto para un pueblo que tenia
da. Estos simbolos pueden de adoracion y Jesus puede hambre de Dios.
evocar recuerdos de una patria quedar en un segundo o tercer Varios de los simbolos en
lejana (la bandera o el himno piano. la tradicion catolica necesita-
de la nacion) o memorias de Con la orientacion de los ban esta nueva vision eclesial;
una fe algo olvidada (crucifijo, ministros de la Iglesia el cre- desafortunadamente en este
la Iglesia donde se hizo la Pri- yente puede volver a descubrir proceso de seleccion muchos se
mera Comunion, o donde se re- la presencia del Sefior, no como perdieron. Los que se salvaron
cibio el Sacramento del Matri- una experiencia emocional si- le deben la vida al folklore de
monio, medallas, estatuas, ro- no como una realidad sus- las tradiciones populares de
sarios, etc.). tancial que le lleva a un varias culturas.
compromiso de fe maduro. Mientras que la elite de la
El ser humano que crece y En los anos sesenta va- Iglesia avanzaba a una nueva
se desarrolla celebra momen- rios filosofos, sociologos y experiencia de Cristo en una
tos especiales en su vida pero hasta teologos mantenian que Iglesia renovada, las masas de
anhela descubrir en ellos expe- Dios habia muerto. La reli- nuestros pueblos permanecian
riencias especiales en su vida gion, como institucion, habia arraigadas a los simbolos tra-
pero anhela descubrir en ellos perdido su espiritu. Para estos dicionales, pero sin saber su
experiencias sobrenaturales. Los anillos de boda, el abrazo del amigo, las fotos de los se- pensadores la religion se com- significado. Varios conflictos
Nace un nino, crece un joven, res queridos, los recuerdos de la niftez son simbolos viven- ponia de huesos muertos, pero dieron lugar a varias confu-
un miembro de la familia se va ciales que traen al presente las experiencias pasadas donde a diferencia de la metafora que siones.
a comprometer a un estilo de el sujeto tuvo algun encuentro con Dios. utiliza el profeta Ezekiel, (Ez. No obstante asi, despues
vida, muere un familiar—estos anillos de boda, el abrazo del nos ayudan a recordar nuestra 3i7), estos huesos no volvian a de quince anos de crecimiento
momentos y los lugares donde amigo, las fotos de los seres relacion mas intima y profun- vivir. la Iglesia hoy en dia senala de
suceden se convierten para el queridos, los recuerdos de la da, la del Seflor Jesucristo. Unos anos despues surgio nuevo estos simbolos del pasa-
individuo en momentos y luga- ninez son simbolos vivenciales Jesus es el centro de un fenomeno extraordinario: el do y los une al presente para
res sagrados. que traen al presente las expe- nuestra existencia, pero la ex- culto al diablo, los espiritistas, que sirvan de instrumento de
Relacionados con ellos riencias pasadas donde el suje- periencia de Jesus ha dado lu- los Hare Krishnas y otras sec- crecimiento hacia una fe madu-
van a surgir una serie de obje- to tuvo algiin encuentro con gar a una variedad de expre- tas orientales, la santeria y las ra.
tos que, como simbolos, van a Dios. siones religiosas diversas a sectas protestantes se popula- Estas expresiones reli-
evocar esa misma experiencia Esta dimension simbolica traves de la historia. rizaron con gran rapidez en la giosa simbolieas que muchos
anos mas tarde cuando se vuel- de los seres humanos es Asi como Jesiis es el rega- mente y en el corazon del grupos culturales han mante-
van a observar. intrinsica a la Iglesia Catolica. lo del Padre, por medio de la pueblo que rehuso la tecno- nido constituyen la esencia de
LOS SIMBOLOS nos lla- Lugares sagrados, ermitas, Iglesia, a todos los creyentes, logia y el materialismo de la lo que Su Santidad Pablo VI
man a una realidad mas pro- santuarios, reliquias de los los simbolos religiosos de las seciedad, el pueblo buscaba a quiso l l a m a r la piedad
fund a, la realidad de lo abso- santos, estatuas, pinturas, mu- culturas que conocen a Jesus y Dios. popular.
lute, la realidad de Dios. Los sica, medallas y estarr.pitas a Su Iglesia se convierten en el REACCIONANDO (Continua la semana proxima)
Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Viernes, Septiembre 7,19791 Pagina SA
En Conferencia sobre la Evangelizaci6n
Mas de 1,500 Religiosos y Laicos se Reunen
directamente envueltos en pro- Divorciados a traves de la nuestro testimonio a los demas invitar a los demeas a poner su
mana, ni el pecador transfor- cesos de evangelizacion en sus Comunidad". que lo que decimos. Nuestras
mado en camino a Damasco, ni parroquias o diocesis. Des- fe en Jesiis".
siquiera un diacono permanen- Durante todos estos talle- vidas o dan credito a nuestras Si nuestra vida es prueba
pues, siguieron un total de 26 res se predico un mensaje basi- palabras o las cancelan. La
te...sino una persona presentaciones sobre "como de nuestra fe, si nuestra fe es
l a i c a . . . u n a mujer, inclu- co: nosotros mismos tenemos union de palabra y accion da nuestra vida, solo entonces re-
hacerlo", conducidas por que estar evangelizados prime- integridad a la evangeliza-
so... Maria, Madre de Dios"! laicos. Desde "Como la Legion conoceran los demas esta dife-
ro — debemos abrir nuestras cion". rencia. Dijo que los evangeli-
de Maria Evangeliza al Catoli- mentes y corazones completa- Hablando sobre co'mo
Durante la conferencia, co Enajenado" hasta "Evan- zadores estan "llenos de fe,
mente a Jesucristo como Sefior evangelizar a los 49 millones piadosos, sacramentales, sir-
que diiro tres dias, se trataron gelizacion en Eneuentro" y y experimentar Su amor y el de catolicos activos, Jack Mo-
cuatro areas generales: "Movimiento Cursillo en la vientes preocupados, llenos
poder del Espiritu Santo en oney, Coordinador del Equipo de la Escritura".
• la evangelizaci6n de 49 Epoca Actual". nuestras vidas antes de consi- de Evangelizacion de la Dioce-
millones de catolicos activos; Al compartir sus experien- derar evangelizar a otros. sis de El Paso, dijo que la Consistentemente nos di-
• la evangelizacion de 12 cias, los laicos tambien ofre- DOLORES LECKEY, Di- evangelizacion de los catolicos jeron que "nos dejaramos
millones de cat61icos inacti- cieron consejos practicos. Se rectora Ejecutiva del Secreta- activos es "un largo, complejo guiar por el Espiritu Santo y
vos; presentaron talleres sobre riado para laicos de la Confe- e intrincado proceso, con re- fueramos sensitivos a los pla-
• la evangelizacion de 80 "Evangelizacion en las Pe- rencia Nacional de Qbispos sultados que demoran anos re- nes del Sefior, recordandonos
millones que no profesan reli- quefias Parroquias del Sur Ru- Catolicos, recordo en su dis- alizarse. Sin embargo, conti- que"algunos plantan, algunos
gion alguna; ral", Evangelizacion a traves curso que 'debemos SER la nuo, "la Buena Nueva es que riegan'".
• la evangelizaci6n ecume- del Arte" "Ministerio In- Buena Nueva y constantemen- la solucion a este complicado Cuando el mensaje de la
nica, entre personas de dife- teysectario a Jovenes y Jove- te reflejar nuestra integridad problema es simple y singular: Buena Nueva ha sido com-
rentes religiones. nes Adultos", "Evangeliza- como evangelizadores." Jesucristo renovara su Iglesia! partido a traves de la palabra y
Cada sesion comenzo con cion para Catolicos de Color" Recalco que "lo que hace- Nuestro ministerio es procla- el testimonio, entonces es
un discurso hecho por laicos y "Sanando a los Separados y mos tiene mas impacto en mar e invitar!" nuestro deber dar "una invita-
DEFINIO la evangeliza- cionde Jesus. RSVP!!!!"
cion como "el proceso de com-
partir por testimonio y palabra (continuara la semana pr6xi-
nuestra fe en Jesucristo para mal
• Nombramiento de Coni acusado de cinco robos a mano
Batlle armada y de un intento de ro-
WASHINGTON - ( N C ) - bo. Despues del termino del
Coni Batlle, originaria de juicio, el sacerdote de 53 anos,
Puerto Rico, ha sido nombrada camino hasta una iglesia cerca-
especialista en comunica- na y celeoro una misa de ac-
ciones por el Secretariado para cion de gracias. "Les pido que
Asuntos Hispanos de la Confe- amen y recen por Ron Clouser
qmasl rencia Nacional de Obispos tanto como lo hicieron por
Catolicos y de la Conferencia mi", dijo a las personas que lo
Catolica de los Estados Uni- habian apoyado durante su
dos. Segun Pablo Sedillo, el di- odisea.
rector del secretariado, Batlle
coordinara las actividades del • USCC rechaza estrategia
secretariado, mantendra con- para solucionar problemas
tactos con el Comite para economicos del pais.
Asuntos Hispanos de los obis- WASHINGTON - ( N C ) -
pos, con otras organizaciones Los norteamericanos no deben
y ademas editara la carta in- tolerar la idea economica tradi-
formativa del secretariado y cional de que es necesario
coordinara las publicaciones causar un alto nivel de de-
del organismo. sempleo para ayudar a detener
• Investigan acusaciones la inflacion, declaro el secreta-
al llamado grupo Americans rio general de la Conferencia
For Life Catolica de los Estados Uni-
WASHINGTON - ( N C ) - dos (USCC) en un manifiesto
El" Servicios de Correos esta en ocasion de la Semana para
investigando acusaciones la Ocupacion Universal (3 al 9
hechas por dos senadores de de septiembre). "La USCC
que una carta contra el aborto " rechaza firmemente esta estra-
VENTAJA DE CASAS PARA UNA FAMILIA solicitando donaciones que los tegia para solucionar los
llama "asesinos de bebes" y_ problemas economicos del
FINANCIAAAIENTO Y CASAS PATIOS "asesinos" es falsa. Si el Ser- pais," senalo el Obispo Tho-
vicio de Correos esta de acuer- mas Kelly. La Semana para la
CONVENCIONAL do con las acusaciones, puede Ocupacion Universal ha sido
prohibir futuros envios de la patrocinada por varios anos
F.HA. Y VA. DOS Y TRES DORMITORIOS carta por medios administrati- en el Dia del Trabajo por una
D O S Y T R E S BANOS vos. La carta fue enviada por coalicion de grupos religiosos,"
un grupo llamado Americans sindicales de derechos civiles
I// V For Life bajo la firma del sena- y civicos.
dor estatal de Ohio Donald Lu- • Debe ser firme y exigir,
kens. El senador George Han- cambios la mujer hispana
sen de Idaho es identificado SAN ANTONIO, Texas —
como el presidente honorario (NC)— Las mujeres hispanas
del grupo, que segun Lukens estan disgustadas con el este-
solo tiene 6 miembros. reotipo creado por los medios
ALGUNOS SITIOS HERMOSOS • Termino dramaticamen- de comunicacion de que todas
ellas "transportan bananas en
HACIA E L L A G O Y te el Juicio al Padre Pagano.
WILMINGTON, Del. - sus cabezas" o son "mozas"
(NC)— El juicio que se le se- de bar. La mujer hispana debe
LOS CANALES guia al Padre Bernard T. Paga-
no termino dramaticamente
ser firme y exigir cambios, se-
gun conclusion de un grupo de
aqui el 23 de agosto cuando Ro- prominentes mujeres hispanas
nald Clouser de Brookhaven, que participaron en el cuarto
Pa. se confeso culpable ante el Cine Festival de San Antonio,
juez de la Corte Superior de antes llamado Chicano Film
Wilmington, Andrew D. Festival. Si las mujeres hispa-
Tarn o'Shanter Blvd., and SW 74th. Ave. North Lauderdale Christie, de tres cargos de ro- nas desean tener exito como di-
Broward 305-722-5300•8MODELS* Dade 305-945-5300 bo. Los robos del llamado rectores de cine, escritores,
Commercial Blvd. oeste a N.W. 64th Av. norte a Tam O'Shanter Anuncio "bandido cortes" habian sido productores, deberan aprender
atribuidos originalmente al el juego de la politica de corpo-
Padre Pagano, que habia sido raciones, se concluyo.
4A / Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Vianes. Septiembre 7.1979