New Year, Holy Year begins Love and Living, a Sense of Community, a Sense
This Sunday, Jan. 1, marks the beginning of soon to coordinate the Holy Year activities along
the Archdiocese of Miami Holy Year, and with it with a committee including Anglo, Spanish and of Mission.
Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy has sent other elements to have input into the planning The themes, as outlined and developed by the
special greetings to the people of the Archdiocese and development, which will then be disseminated Archdiocese Holy Year Committee, will be put
as the first phase of the event is ushered in. to the parishes for a coordinated effort fourth from the pulpits each Sunday of Lent, the
"As we begin the New Year together," the throughout the Archdiocese. Archbishop said, "and we are hopeful that many
Archbishop said, "I send blessings, warm The Holy Year, as first announced last levels, the family, the parish, the schools and
greetings and encouragement in the Lord to the October by the Archbishop, is planned for three organizations will reflect on them, asking what is
'ev.'ted priets, Religious and faithful our Arch- phases: (1) preparation (2) discernment, and (3) our state or our condition relative to a particular
diocese. celebration, the latter to possibly culminate in a theme, and if it is not good enough what are our
"This year we celebrate our own 'Holy Year' major celebration in the Orange Bowl or some obstacle, what can we do to make it better."
in observance of the 20th anniversary of the other suitable arena. "We would hope to then pull together from
Archdiocese. May it be a special year of renewed The first phase is one of "prayerful reflection all this reflection and discussion a discernment
dedication to our common purpose of growing and prayer for guidance and prayer for the Holy which is the second phase, coordinated with
through Christ and the Holy Spirit in faith and Spirit," he said, adding that five themes will be Pentecost— of needs and programs for the next
prayer and love, in our sense of community and coordinated with the Lenten season, one theme five years for the whole Archdiocese.
of calling as the people of God". for each week. The third phase, then, would be some sort of
The Archbishop said a priest will be named THE THEMES are Faith, Prayer, Christian major celebration with liturgy, music and
VOL. XIX No. 43 PRICE 25c DECEMBER 30, 1977
Pope calls for end
of violence to
VATICAN CITY- PEACE, said the Pope,
(NC) —In his annual message cannot be based on the "in-
for the World Day of Peace fernal destructive capacity" of
(Jan. 1), Pope Paul VI has arms.
appealed for an end to violence The Pontiff said thaf'war
against nations and in- is being kept in check by the
dividuals, including the terrible nature of its own arms
unborn. which it would immediately
"Our war against war has have at its disposal."
not yet been won, and our But fear of a possible
'yes' to peace is rather "cosmic conflagration" wrote
something wished for than the Pope, "is more an
something real," wrote the imagined restraint than - real
Pontiff in his message ad- one."
dressed to "the world and to The Pope had high praise
humanity." for "the lofty and rational
He urged all men to effort being made at the i V1-*«ff*. > w i * * i v j j ' * * * ^
"consider and exalt peace highest political levels" to
even outside the trenches" on insure peace.
the 11th celebration of the He also lauded the up-
World Day of Peace, an ob- coming special session of the
servance which he himself U.N. General Assembly on the
established, this year's theme problem of disarmament and
is "No to Violence, Yes to the 1975 Helsinki Conference
Peace." as signs of progress in the
His 16-page message search for peace.
cont ined a special appeal to (The Vatican announced
doctors in the "ministry of that copies of the Peace Day
-j-edicine" to ally themselves message were being
ch ihe Church in defence of distributed to participants in
.iuman life. the Belgrade Conference, a
"We cannot fail to follow-up to the Helsinki
disapprove of each and every meeting.
offense against nascent life, (The message is also
and we must appeal to every being distributed
authority and to everyone who government leaders by
to Growing together
has due competence, to work apostolic nuncios and
for the prohibition of procured delegates around the world, to "May it (the Holy Year) be a
abortion and for its remedy," delegations of all member
wrote the Pope. countries of the United special year of renewed Inside
The message explicitly Nations, to heads of in- Classified 77
condemned "acts of pitiless ternational organizations and dedication to our common Editorial 5
terrorism," crimes against the world religious bodies.) Family Life 12
innocent, vendettas, and the Movies & TV... 15
POLITICAL peace ef- purpose of growing... in our Prayers 14
mounting arms race. forts, said the Pope, must not It's A Date 8
For the first time, the tend so much "toward
papal Peace Day message was balancing the forces of the sense of community...99 S. Fla. Scene. .. 9
especially addressed to "the possible contenders as toward
great planners and operators Abp. McCarthy
of the world arms market." (Continued on Page 5)
United Nations 1977 a year of disarray
By JEFF ENDRST
UNITED NATIONS- and diplomatic sanctions be tempered by U.N. estimates
(NC) —In 1977 the United imposed on both South Africa that even under those cir-
Nations continued its seem- and Rhodesia. cumstances some 500 million
ingly endless search for its On the other hand, the people were suffering
own identity and its true role Nordic countries—among the malnutrition and 15 million
in international relations. most progressive supporters died from it.
While many of its sup- of African Liberation causes-
porters and participants failed to convince the 49- The first U.N. Water
claimed that the world could nation African bloc that the Conference ended in
not do without it, U.N. assembly should express Argentina with the adoption
Secretary General Kurt "deep concern" about "gross of recommendations fo»
Waldheim himself listed a violations of basic human extensive program to avoiu u.
gloomy agenda of existing or rights of individuals in global water crisis by the end
predictable crises which the Uganda." of the century.
United Nations has chosen to Efforts by Western The U.N. Law of the Sea
Jignore or which , are not countries to create a post of Conference held two more
responding to U.N. treatment. U.N. High Commissioner for inconclusive sessions without
Waldheim challenged the Human Rights —a sort of resolving the multi-billion-
membership to decide whether ombudsman for individuals or dollar questions of equitable
the United Nations is to be groups facing repression or and orderly control of the high
simply a "talking shop" or a discrimination by their seas and their vast un-
crucible in which a new governments —were again derwater riches. The next try
community will be molded by blocked as African and other is set for Geneva in 1978.
"the wise men of the world." Third World countries sided The United Nations held
The 32nd General with communist countries in a Desertification Conference
Assembly increased its size to opposing the move. in Nairobi, Kenya, in an effort
149 with the admission of Prince Sadruddin Aga to find ways to halt the ex-
Vietnam and Djibouti. Khan of Iran announced his pansion of arid) wastelands
retirement after more than a and reclaim deserts or
The year's biggest in- marginal lands where life is
ternational political event, the decade as U.N. High Com-
missioner for Refugees. He precarious.
initiative, caught the warned that the world is The United Nations
assembly unprepared and producing ever more political reacted with shock and
unresponsive. It came amid refugees but caring less and disbelief when the United
the assembly's perennial and less about their fate. At year's States quit the U.N.-
predictable routine, featuring end the assembly affiliated International Labor
Israel in the international In the United Nations this past year, U.S. Ambassador unanimously approved Poul Organization in protest
dock, giving the Palestine Andrew Young is shown casting a vote to place an Hartling, a former prime against the ILD's increased
Liberation Organization the arms embargo on South Africa at a Security Council minister of Denmark, to take politicization.
sole right to represent some 3 session. over the U.N. post. Nothing that the in-
million Palestinians and After two years of good ternational arms race costs
demanding a new Geneva repression of that country's Security Council took a weather and harvests, the $350 billion a year according
peace conference on the black citizens. The Western historic step by imposing a United Nations learned that to U.N. experts, the General
Middle East under conditions powers had first cast a triple mandatory arms embargo 1977 had produced a world Assembly decided to hold a
totally unacceptable to Israel. veto against African demands against South Africa in grain surplus of 60 million special session in May 1978 on
On another front, the that total military, economic response to mounting tons. The happy news was disarmament.
1st amendment vs second commandment
By CLIFF FOSTER (CASITM) a group which cards, parties etc." Instead of the Lampoon—the attorney's
response to religious ridicule
includes on its letterheard a in the media, "isn't legal
WASHINGTON - "the one held by many to be 'pet project' as he put it—has supression but a firm and
(NC)-Question: What quotation from the book of the Savior of mankind," cost the magazine more than concerted demand by the
happens when a magazine Maccabees: "Remember their because of pressure from $1 million in advertising. offended that their beliefs and
publisher invoking the First blasphemies and do not let CASITM. "WE CAN'T afford to their dignity be respected."
Amendment offends an in- them continue." The Christmas issue is get the retailers knocked out
surance company attorney For three years, Mc- generally free of religious from under us," he said. McCauley replies that
respecting the Second Cauley has hounded Simmons satire, with the exception of blasphemy is not protected by
"We're going to tred softly" the constitution and adds:
Commandment? and his magazine, com- an article reporting the on religion.
plaining to its advertisers, the discovery of a sample of God's "We're not saying they can't
Answer: lawsuits in McCauley, for one, print it...We're telling these
Massachusetts and New public and courts in handwriting. Previous issues couldn't be happier. "This is people that if they mock our
Jersey, a million dollars in lost Massachusetts and New have carried cartoon features proof that if people will fight religion, if they blaspheme
advertising and a pledge by Jersey that National Lam- entitled Son o' God comics, back and defend themselves God, we're going to come
the publisher that his poon unfairly—and perhaps Sermonnette and Jessica and what they hold to be back."
magazine will "tred softly" on illegally — ridicules God and Christ. sacred, they can put a stop to
religion from now on. religion. Simmons defends the
The magazine noted that these abominations," he said. Lampoon's treatment of
. The magazine publisher Now, he has scored his CASITM has filed criminal While applauding his religion as nothing more than
is Matty Simmons, chairman first victory, striking a blow complaints against Simmons efforts, The Providence (R.I.) a good joke. "Everything we
of the board of Twenty First for the Second Com- in Massachusetts and New Visitor criticized one of do is in jest," he said, "We've
Century Communications, the mandment, and in Simmons' Jersey, states where McCauley's methods. Noting never received one complaint
New York-based parent view, against the First blasphemy is still a crime, and that the suit against the from an official organizat1'- -
corporation of National Amendment. has threatened its advertisers Lampoon in Massachusetts— of the Church."
Lampoon magazine. WITH customary with a boycott "should they the one in New Jersey was
cynicism, the magazine raised continue to appear in our McCauley, for one, finas
The attorney is Andrew dropped—relies on the state's the silence disturbing. "Where
J. McCauley, the founder and the white flag in its Christmas blasphemous pages." Sim- 280-year-old blasphemy law, are the bishops?" he asked,
president of Citizens Against issue, saying that it deals with mons estimates that Me- the diocesan newspaper said "They don't say a damn thing
Sacrilege in the Media, Inc., "Santa Claus, trees, presents, Cauley's campaign against editorially that the best about blasphemy."
S Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy
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Cloistered Sisters launch
Family Missionary Alliance program can be followed by perienced more unity than
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.- many people who have been
(NC) —A group of cloistered single people as well as
Poor Clare nuns has launched married couples, priests and worshiping in the same pews
a worldwide missionary Religious as well as lay of the same parish churches all
movement geared at helping people." their lives,"
lay people become evangelists. Libersat said the Mother Angelica's aim,
movement is opportune. Since according to Ron Lee,
The movement, called the Vatican Council II, he said, guardian director, is to
holic Family Missionary "the Church has had serious "convince the ordinary people
Auiance, is led by Mother M. internal problems—and a that everyone is called to
Angelica Francis of Our Lady multitude of new ideas on how holiness."
of the Angels Monastery, we are to express, live and Mother Angelica often
Birmingham, Ala., who has share our faith in the Lord receives letters, Libersat said,
described herself as a "con- Jesus. from those who say her
servative liberal who happens writings have affected their
to be charismatic." "There has been a lot of
emphasis on community. And lives. "It isn't simply the Peer Group: When Cardinal Terence Cooke of New
She recently led 33 we have been trying to books. It's the Lord working York spotted a youngster peering at him with
people, some of them married develop community come hell in a prayerful spirit, while binoculars, the cardinal decided to try it himself and
couples, in a retreat at the or high water—and we have Mother Angelica prayed peeked back at the boy. The cardinal was at the
monastery to start the too' often failed miserably." before the Blessed Waldorf Astoria to help distribute Christmas gifts to
movement. Most of those who According to Libersat, Sacrament," Libersat said. children from the New York City Foundling Hospital.
attended are charismatic the movement tries "to build
Catholics, while one is a
The program is based on
Mother Angelica's 50 books,
up faith and then have
community stem from, and
build on, that faith and
ultimately express itself in
Fifth March for Life Set
and on tapes she made during service." WASHINGTON - songs, talks and prayers for that press accounts have
a Scripture course she taught The weekend retreat at •(N C) — With the anniversary the following day's activities, underestimated crowd sizes.
for Protestant women. which the movement was of the 1973 Supreme Court which will take the marchers "We don't want to play
Mother Angelica's 10 launched was "a perfect abortion decisions coming on from the White House to the the numbers game," said
nuns print and distribute over example of the practicality of Sunday, Jan. 22, the fifth Capitol. Nellie J. Gray of Washington,
250,000 copies of her books that approach," Libersat said. annual March for Life in March for Life officials president of the March for
and pamphlets free of charge The group assembled as Washington to protest those refuse to predict the size of the Life. But she announced that
each month. perfect strangers, "but decisions will be held on" turnout expected for the the crowd will be counted as it
According to Henry through catechesis, a faith Monday, Jan. 23, following a march, but they concede that passes the narrowest point in
Libersat, press relations experience, dialogue, prayer vigil at the National Visitors' the subject is of some concern the march route.
director for the movement, the and the power of the Holy Center the evening before. to them. Pro-life marchers At the 1977 march, Miss
" s p i r i t u a l development Spritit, these 32 people ex- The vigil will feature have complained in past years Gray announced attendance
at 100,000, while police
Pastors named estimated there were between
35,000 and 40,000 present.
One factor in determining
the size of the turnout could
committee to be Washington's
predictable winter weather.
assist Voice While the first march, in 1974,
was held on a spring-like day,
the 1977 gathering saw
Acting on the recommendation of marchers chilled by low
the Archdiocesan Priests Senate, Arch- temperatures and high winds.
bishop Edward A. McCarthy has Miss Gray, in a letter to
established an Advisory Committee of marchers, urged that they
Pastors to assist The Voice in responding come prepared for the worst.
to the needs of the people of the Arch- "Please dress warmly, and
diocese of Miami; of promoting and please be sure that the young
providing services to parishes; and other people have on boots and
Rev. Michael J. Rev. Xavier Morras Rev. James Reynolds parish considerations. coats and scarfs. The police
Devaney. O.M.I. Named to the Committee of Pastors are deeply concerned about
are: Father Michael Devaney, O.M.I., young people with tennis
Mary Immaculate Church, West Palm shoes, no jackets and head
Beach; Father Xavier Morras, St. coverings out in the cool,
Michael the Archangel Church; Father brisk, Washington weather,"
James Reynolds, St. James Church; she wrote.
Father David Russell, St. Louis; and While the weather could
Father Vincent Sheehy, Riviera Beach. affect the decisions of
Named as a special consultative member Washington-area pro-lifers to
of the committee was Arnold Lopez, attend or stay home, some
Archdiocesan assistant treasurer. groups are committed to
"I consider The Voice a vital part of attend by reason of the
our ministry: to teach the Faith, to distances they will travel for
clarify change and to build community," the event. One group from
noted Abp. McCarthy. "It will be South Dakota will make the
especially valuable in our current Holy journey by bus, involving a
Year Program of evangelization, renewal total of four days for the
Rev. Davii Vincent Sheehy Mr. Arnold Lopez and reconciliation," he concluded. round-trip travel.
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Pope calls for end of violence to people
(Continued from Page 1) regimes" as a faulty basis for those who enjoy it are "Peace is an equilibrium of spirit and action. It is
showing the supreme peace. dispensed from every care and that is based on motion and intelligent and living
irrationality of war." But it also insisted that defende from all disturbance... continually gives forth energy courage," said Pope Paul.
He urged world leaders to violent revolution is not the
establish "relationships path to winning freedom.
between peoples which are The Pope asked doctors
ever more interdependent, to join with the Church in
with ultimate solidarity, and "Affirming and defending
ever more friendly and human life in those ex-
ceptional contingencies in
Discussing acts of which life itself can be
violence against individuals, jeopardized by deliberate and
the Pope said that "private" evil designs of the human
violence is taking on will."
"alarming proportions to the
extent that it is becoming "In our 'y es> t° peace
habitual." there rings out a 'yes' to life."
Decay of moral con- wrote the Pope. "Human life
science and "social is sacred from the moment it
pessimism" are often comes into existence."
responsible for extinguishing A new feature of the
"the taste for and the com- Pope's 1978 peace message is
mitment to honesty professed a concluding section ad-
for its own sake," wrote the dressed to children. He calls
Pope. them "the most vulnerable
"What is possible takes sector of society" in regard to
the place of what is honest. violence, "but likewise the
The only restraint is the fear hope of a better tomorrow."
of incurring some public or "You children are often
private sanction," he said. led to quarrel," he continued.
"VIOLENCE is not "Remember: It is harmful
courage," insisted the Pope. vanity to want to appear
"Violence does not ennoble stronger than your brothers
the man who has recourse to and sisters and friends by
it." quarreling, fighting and
"Violence d i s t r u s t s giving way to anger and
normal legal processes and is revenge...
always clever at evading the "If you want to be
observance of these processes strong, be so in spirit and
by devising, almost by force behavior. Learn to control
of circumstances, criminal yourselves, learn how to
undertakings that sometimes forgive and quickly make
degenerate into acts of pitiless friends again with those who
terrorism, the final result of a have offended you," said the
wrong choice of road and the Pope.
cause of deplorable forms of Speaking to all, the Pope
repression," said the Pope. said: "Our love for peace must
The papal message remain on guard."
condemned the "structural During a ceremony to canonize St. John Neumann, Pope Paul kissed a replica of the
"Peace is not a state of Liberty Bell from the saint's former see of Philadelphia.
violence of some political public indifference in which
Two priests named to head Archdiocese programs
Two priests of the Arch- Tribunal, Msgr. Barry is a In 1971 he was appointed ELEVATED TO the where he supervised the
diocese of Miami have been native of Ireland who was pastor of Holy Family parish, rank of an honorary prelate of building of a church,
appointed to key positions in ordained in 1943 and served as North Miami, where he served Pope Paul VI in 1974, Msgr. elementary school and con-
the Chancery by Archbishop an assistant pastor in parishes until 1974 when he became Donnelly served in the Army vent. Four years later a four
Edward A. McCarthy. of the Diocese of St. pastor of St. Coleman parish. Air Force from 1943 to 1945 classroom addition was an-
Msgr. Dominic J. Barry, Augustine until 1951 when he Elevated to the rank of a and began his studies for the nexed to the school.
pastor, St. Coleman Church, became an Air Force chaplain. papal chamberlain in 1958 he priesthood in 1946. As a
Pompano Beach, is the new After five years of service is now known as a prelate of deacon during the summer of From 1964 to 1968 Msgr.
chairman of the Pension Plan and then discharge he was honor to the Pope. Msgr. 1954 he pioneered in the first Donnelly served as pastor of
of the Archdiocese of Miami appointed pastor of Im- Barry is a member of the program for the Spanish- St. Monica Church where he
and the Diocese of St. maculate Conception parish, Archdiocesan School Board. speaking Catholics in South directed the building of
Petersburg. Hialeah, where he directed the Msgr. Donnelly, a native Florida when the Diocese of rectory offices. From 1968 to
Msgr. John J. Donnelly, building of the present church, of Philadelphia, has been St. Augustine inaugurated a 1971 he was pastor of Holy
rector of St. Mary Cathedral, the convent and an addition to rector of St. Mary Cathedral Blessed Trinity, Miami Rosary parish, Perrine.
is the new chairman of the the school. Coincident with since 1971. Springs and Little Flower,
Health and Welfare Program this pastorate he was ad- catechetical program for Coral Gables. He became Since 1975 he has been
the Archdiocese of Miami ministrator of Blessed Trinity Puerto Rican families in administrator of St. Paul Archdiocesan Director of the
.ad the Diocese of St. parish, Miami Springs, where Corpus Christi parish. Church, Arcadia and in 1959 Society for the Propagation of
Petersburg. he also directed the con- Ordained in 1955, Msgr. was appointed founding the Faith and of the Pontifical
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MATTER OF OPINION
than just an
What is important about the Holy Year
The Holy Year 1978. at the Archdiocese level is the basic fact
What will it mean to you? about South Florida that most everyone
Millions of people were active during here comes from someplace else and that
the 1975 worldwide Holy Year's events, yet understandably, there is often a lack of
as massive in spiritual dimensions as the feeling of community. Our roots are not
Holy Year was it passed by with little in- here. Frequently, groups and organizations
volvement or awareness by the average do not relate to each other, and sometimes
church-going Catholic on a day-to-day even compete or feel at odds.
basis. The Holy Year, announced by Arch-
This is understandable, in a sense, bishop McCarthy recently, is an opportunity
because a Holy Year is not a dramatic for all Catholics of South Florida to grow
spectacle like a convening of all the world's personally in their faith and to reach out to
bishops at one place at one time. There are others in awareness that we are a common
no new doctrines or social action plans family, regardless of race, home town or
forged in the crucible of debate for the ethinic background.
world's press to shout around the globe, for We urge all Catholics to support the
the media to analyze and for priests to Holy Year and help it gain momentum in
propound from the pulpits. the coming months and see what a dif-
The Holy Year was not a forging of the ference it can make in our Catholic Faith
Faith but a practicing .of i t and in our Catholic pride.
By Fr. John
With complications/ is my marriage valid?
Q. I met my husband in someone unbaptized, so I not sure how much he wanted is perfectly valid. Human Life Amendment, to
1964, and after many ups and encouraged my fiance to join a to be baptized in the first You have nothing to which American bishops have
downs through several years, church, which he did; he was place. Our two children are worry about on this score. given highest priority in the
we decided to marry. It was baptized in the United Church being raised Catholic. My Continue receiving the area of respect for life. So I
then I found out he was never of Christ. We took his bap- husband encourages their sacraments, and be happy applaud your interest, and
baptized, and really seemed to tismal certificate to the priest, prayers and participates in the your husband takes the wish there were more like you.
be what he always called and were married. celebration of our Catholic supportive attitude he does
himself—an atheist. A nun in Now I've begun to worry feasts. concerning the faith of you Keep trying to acquaint
my school had said that about our marriage, whether it What can or should be and your children. your parish priest, and any
Catholics cannot marry is truly a marriage since I am done to or with our marriage? Q. Is it mandatory for others, with the reasons you
Is it valid? I don't know any each parish to have some type think your suggestion should
priests here well enough to of pro-life organization or be listened to. And don't
ask? (Saskatchewan) coordinator? My parish is the neglect the wider pro-life
A. I understand your only one I've heard of that activities in your area; they,
concerned feelings, but you doesn't have anything like too, are helpful and may in-
can put your mind at ease. this. I would assign myself the directly have a beneficial
From what you told me, task only my parish priest influence on attitudes in your
there's no question that your seems negative towards the own parish.
marriage is valid. idea. (Ohio)
First it is possible for a Q. My husband says that
Catholic to marry a non- A. There exists no church when bishops are consecrated
baptized person. It's done all law that would demand a pro- that they take on divinity,
the time. You are probably life unit or representative in which makes their opinions
aware that a dispensation is each parish, though individual and decisions the same as
required for a Catholic to bishops could certainly those of Christ. Is this true?
marry one of another faith (or recommended it or require He says even when bishops
of no faith). A different kind of it in their own diocese. And are wrong in their decisions
dispensation is needed when many do. according to people, they are
the non-Catholic party is The importance of such still right in God's eyes. Do
baptized and when he is not activity on the parish level is bishops believe this? (La.)
Passersby might have thought It was Just another baptized. However, to avoid indeed urgent, more urgent, in
typical daily Washington protest until they spotted the very problem that bothers fact, than most Catholics
signs like "Down With Nixon" and "End the War in you, normally both of these A. No, Virginia, bishops
realize. Parish-level do not become divine. In fact,
Vietnam." What they were seeing was the filming of dispensations are granted in a responsibilities will become
"Bom Again," a movie on the life of Charles Colson. mixed marriage. This way, God Himself is likely happier
increasingly critical during than anyone that He is not a
The former Watergate figure was on the set and posed whether the non-Catholic is the next few years in the
with Dean Jones who plays Colson in the film. baptized or not, the marriage bishop. He probably couldn't
national effort to pass a take the hassle.
Page 61 Miami, Florida I THE VOICE I Friday, December 30,1977
By Msgr. James J. Walsh
St. Paul points way to New Year
The beginning of a new year for many is a serves as a kind of mini-blueprint of what was
*'-Tie of introspection and self analysis. Comic incurable habit of stepping on toes. He comes
necessary in the "old" church, as well as the down hard on the spiritual bunions of those who
.tines of television find this a fertile field for "new." Let's touch briefly on his ideas.
humor, and understandably so. The whole serious recently got rid of the devil. Read those lines
"Grow strong in the Lord, with the strength again about "the devil's tactics...the spiritual
business is reduced to the ridiculous when of his power. Put God's armor on so as to be able
resolutions are directed towards trivial aspects of army of evil in the heavens..." Incidentally, some
to resist the devil's tactics. For it is not against may need the New Year resolution of keeping the
life or towards some mammoth problem whose human enemies that we have to struggle, but
solution needs much more than an expression of devil in the picture. The focus has not been on him
against the sovereignties and the powers who for some years. If we take him into account, we
good will. originate in the darkness in this world, the should find less frustration and more clarity in
While we laugh at the humor, there is a spiritual army of evil in the heavens..." our religious thinking.
brooding uneasiness for many at this time of year Paul is not popular today with either the
that the failures of the past will be repeated in the Women's lib group or with the humanists. The Paul says, "stand your ground." The old
future. For a Christian who is sincerely trying to former dismiss him because he says a number of translation put it, "stand fast..." Both mean the
grow and mature in the faith, there is the ad- annoying things about women, such as being same. As the kids say, hang in there. Persevere,
ditional apprehension that with all the recent submissive to their husbands. The latter turn him keep at it, don't be weak-kneed or faint of heart.
changes and resulting confusion in the church, he off because he is forever reminding us that we are "Pray all the time, asking for what you need,
may have been on the wrong track, that his ef- very weak creatures and must depend far more on praying in the spirit on every possible occasion."
forts to develop spiritually have been wasted, or, God's power than on our own resources. The Prayer is always a must. At every period of
worse yet, perhaps it isn't that important any humanists, of course, think man has all he needs one's life. And every age of the Church. Does it
way. tucked away inside, awaiting proper mining mean the rosary, novenas, stations of the cross?
With this in mind, it is helpful to remember equipment. For some who prefer these devotions, yes. This
that St. Paul always comes through strong on Christians have always been taught to "grow may mean their own special way of com-
almost any occasion, and he has more than one strong in the Lord" through prayer and the munications with God outside the Eucharist, and
pungent thought for the mood of self evaluation sacraments and penance. There is not the least many great saints felt the same way. For others,
at the beginning of a new year. change in this formula. The sacraments remain no. But many are coming back to traditional
Lookup his letter to the Ephesians (6:1-10). the channels of divine help, designed to give man devotions, including the young, especially to the
There he reminds us of the fundamental duties "the strength of His power." But they are not rosary.
which the Christian had in his time and which he magic rites. Some, while not believing this, fall The New Year ought to push us into a quiet
will have ages from now until Gabriel's horn into the trap of looking for magical results, and corner of the house. Take up the New Testament.
sounds. He speaks of the unchangeables in when they do not appear, losing faith in the Turn to these ten verses of St. Paul. Work them
spiritual life, regardless of peculiar characteristics sacraments. Here is a good point for re-evaluation out in the light of your own situation, where you
of a generation. He underlines what God expects this New Year. are at .the present time. God had us in mind when
of a human being, whose nature has certain One thing about St. Paul that hangs out in Paul penned those words. They point the New
strengths and weaknesses. And what he says the open clearly in much of his writing: he has an Year in the right direction.
Human rights: blacks, poor, unborn
"There are too many people on herself, the black woman and her black perspective of abortion at the
welfare. What we need are man- family must fight for every other Jan. 22 pro-life rally at Bayfront By Dick Conklin
datory abortions for poor people!" social and economic privilege. This Park.
If you were listening to a Miami move toward the free application of a
radio talk show the other night, you non-right (abortion) for those whose Historically, the 1857 Dred
heard that argument used not once real need is human rights and op- Scott decision of the U.S. Supreme
but by two callers. At a local political portunities is benumbing the social Court bears striking similarities to
luncheon this month a man in the conscience of America into the 1973 ruling legalizing abortion.
audience suggested to the speaker, a unquestioningly accepting t h e In Dred Scott, the court reasoned
pro-life congressman, t h a t free 'smoke screen' of abortion. The that a slave was not a "legal person"
abortions for poor women only be quality of life for the poor, the black, and therefore not entitled to equal
granted when they promised to and the oppressed will not be served rights under the law. Compare - the
submit to mandatory sterilization. by destroying their children." arguments used by pro-slavery
advocates with those used by pro-
Blacks have claimed for years Many black leaders like Rev. abortionists today:
that ghetto social workers try to talk Jesse J a c k s o n , comedian Dick
women into abortions. Erma Clardy Gregory and National Right to Life
Craven, a long-time human rights President Dr. Mildred Jefferson have
advocate from Minnesota, nominated called abortion a form of racial Abortion: Although he may
pro-life presidential candidate Ellen genocide. At a White House Con- Slavery: Although he may have
a heart and a brain, and he may be a have a heart and a brain, and he may
McCormack at the 1976 Democratic ference on Hunger in 1969, a panel be a human life biologically, an
national convention. She claims, which included representatives of the human life biologically, a slave is not
a legal person. The Dred Scott unborn baby is not a legal person.
"Except for the privilege of aborting department of Health Education and The abortion decision by the U.S.
Welfare and Planned Parenthood decision by the U.S. Supreme Court
has made that clear. Supreme Court has made that clear.
(1) mandatory abortion for any Slavery: A Black man only Abortion: A baby only becomes
unmarried girl found to be within the becomes a legal person when he is set a legal person when he is born. Before
first three months of pregnancy and free. Before that time, we should not that time, we should not concern
(2) mandatory sterilization of concern ourselves about him because ourselves about him because he has
any such girl giving birth out of he has no legal rights. no legal rights.
wedlock for a second time. Only the Slavery: If you think that Abortion: If you think abortion
BANN quick action of Mrs. Fannie Lou slavery is wrong, then nobody is is wrong, then nobody is forcing you
PARENTHOOD Hamer, a Mississippi civil rights forcing you to be a slave-owner. But to have one. But don't impose your
leader, stopped the proposal from don't impose your morality on morality on somebody else!
ABORTION CLINIC being passed. Since then, similar somebody else!
legislation has been introduced in Slavery: A man has a right to do Abortion: A woman has a right
several states. None has passed. Yet. what he wants with his own property. to do what she wants with her own
The "Archie Bunker" attitude of body.
many pro-abortionists isn't the only The Dred Scott decision was
factor bringing more black people ultimately overturned by the 14th
into the right to life struggle. Many amendment to the constitution. How
see it as another aspect of the civil long will it take to overturn the
" I thought B/ack i*as 1 rights movement. Rev. Theodore abortion decision —with a Human
Gibson, recently re-elected Miami Life Amendment? It's up to you and
supposed /o he beaut/fa/. City councilman, will speak on the me.
Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Friday, December 30,1977 / Page 7
New Zealand January the continued charges of
human rights violations in El
gives 100% aid Salvador, including persecution of
the Church. The announcement came
The recent passage of legislation as a December report of a human'
that will provide 100 percent state rights organization in New York
support for private school salaries listed Argentina as the worst violator
and maintenance in New Zealand "is in 1977, followed by Chile and
a unifying experience for the people" Uruguay. -
in that country, said Marist Brother
Humphrey 0'Conner, who heads a
high school in Auckland, during a Protest Italian
recent visit to Seattle.
Moshe Dayan A storm of protest has blown up
in the Vatican's backyard about what
to visit Pope some priests and laity of the Trivento
Diplomatic sources in Rome diocese consider a Vatican failure to
confirm that Israeli Foreign Minister act in accord with the spirit of the
Moshe Dayan plans to visit Pope Second Vatican Council. The priests
Paul VI during a January trip to and laity have been protesting a
Italy. The Vatican has as yet made decision by the Vatican to transfer
no comment on the Dayan visit. three parishes in the town of Castel di
Sangro and one in Alfedena to the
Argentina diocese of Valva e Sulmona.
WAR TOYS PROTESTED: A sales clerk In Frankfurt, West Ger-
many, holds a model of a World War II German dive bomber
worst violator Abp. Lefebvre
marked with a swastika of the Nazi era. German Catholic bishops An ecumenical group headed by
and other religious and community leaders have protested the
sale of this and other sfmllariy marked toys which are made In the
Congressman Father Robert Drinan
(D-Mass.) wil investigate during
United States, Britain and Japan. Rebel Archbishop Marcel
Lefebvre "ordained a seminarian to
on the ABC-TV series, "SOAP," that
Says 'humanitarian, contradicts a similar poll conducted
the diaconate and another to the
subdiaconate in a Dec. 17 ceremony
for ABC by the Louis Harris in a small town near Vichy, France.
but inadequate' organization. The Globe, diocesan
newspaper in Sioux City, Iowa,
A U.S. Catholic Conference received 190 replies to its three-
official has called President Carter's question poll. Most respondents said
decision to admit another 7,000 they did not believe sexual matters
Indochinese refugees into the United were appropriate content for prime TAIWAN T V : Jesuit Father
States "humanitarian, but time TV programs. Gerald Martinson displays a
inadequate." John McCarthy, scrapbook with pictures from
director of the USCC Migration and
Refugee Services, estimated that
Textile workers shows produced by the Jesuit-
run Kuanchi Program Service In
refugees are leaving Vietnam and
other Southeast Asian countries in
'fogged' out Taiwan. To better meet the high
demand for Kuanchi programs
small boats at the rate of 1,500 a To the list of items throughout Southeast Asia,
month. separating the J.P. Stevens Com- Father Martinson hopes to raise
pany and the textile workers union $1.5 million in the United States
'Soap' survey there can be added one other—the
weather. Fog—or as Archbishop
and Europe to build a new wing
on the studio.
in opposition Thomas Donnellan of Atlanta prefers
to call it, "an act of God"—prevented
A Catholic newspaper in Iowa a group of Southeastern bishops from
has published the results of a survey meeting Stevens representatives.
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Marriage encounter Student exchange
$» Florida Scene Marriage Encounter Information Parties are
scheduled during the month of January in Dade,
Families in Dade County have an op-
portunity to participate in the nation's largest
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Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. student exchange program known as Youth for
Following are the locations and dates: Understanding, a 26-year-old non-profit
Scripture workshop slated SOUTH DADE: Jan. 8, 7:45 p.m., Home of Pat
and Carol DeMarinis, 251-9757. Jan. 22, 7:45
Host families are those who provide room
LAKE WORTH —Religion teachers in Palm p.m., Home of George and Susanne Huxel, 251- and board for the student and offer him or her the
Beach County have been invited to participate in 5381. same guidance and love they give to their own
a Scripture workshop for integrating scriptural SOUTH BROWARD: 7:45 p.m., Jan. 15, For children. Students attend local high schools and
approaches to the teach of religion. information call 983-3017. share life with the American families who invite
Elaine Pekar, parish director of religious NORTH BROWARD: 8 p.m., Jan. 22, Home of them as guests.
Mel and Peggy Weaver, 472-8138. For further information call 271-7478.
education at St. Joseph parish, Stuart will be the BOCA RATON: 8 p.m., Jan. 3, Boca Raton
silitator at the sessions which begin at 8 p.m., Municipal Community Center. Room I.
xuesday, Jan. 3 at St. Luke parish hall. Marriage Encounters are scheduled on Jan. 6
at Our Lady of Florida Retreat House, North
Lectures at St. Rose Palm Beach; and on Jan. 13 at the Dominican
Retreat House, Kendall. Further information may
"The Basic Truths of Our Faith" will be the be obtained by calling the retreat houses.
subject of an eight-day course at St. Rose of Lima
parish, Miami Shores, beginning on Monday, Planetarium show
Father Michael Ledwith, Ph.D., professor of FORT LAUDERDALE-"The Star of
Bethlehem," is the subject of the holiday show
Dogmatic Theology, Maynooth College, Dublin, at the Buehler Planetarium of Broward County
will be the lecturer. Community College, central campus.
Shows viewing the sky as it may have ap-
Religion teachers peared on the first Christmas when the greatest
star ever described marked the birth of Christ, are
BOCA RATON—Religion teachers in the featured every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and at 2:30
Archdiocese are invited to an evening session on p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, through Jan-
Thursday, Jan 12 at St. Joan of Arc parish where uary 8.
Richard Costello, director of Youth Ministry in
the Diocese of Norwich will discuss Spiritual Bible study
Experiences for Youth and Using Scriptures WEST PALM BEACH-A Bible Study
Effectively with Youth from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 course begins at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 5 in St. John
p.m. Fisher Church.
Costello will also participate in a session for Everyone interested is invited to participate Feast of the Holy Family Is observed today
parish directors of Religious Education from 10 in the sessions which will be conducted by Sister (Friday), partlculary at Holy Family parish, North
a.m. to 2 p.m. the same day at St. James parish, Muriel Brown, R.C., Cenacle Retreat House, Miami; and by the Sisters of the Holy Family of
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ST. SEBASTIAN Council of Women Covered dish buffet and short business ST. BONIFACE Women's Club, Year's Eve party, 9 p.m. Free admission.
will observe Corporate Communion at 8 meeting. Pembroke Pines, meets 8 p.m., Jan. 4, Guests are expected to bring snacks.
a.m. Mass, Jan. 6. Breakfast and ST. STEPHEN Women's Council parish hall. Further information call 844-3990.
meeting follow, parish hall.
ST. JEROME Women's Club lun-
meets Jan. 5, parish hall, 8 p.m.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW Young at
Palm Beach County ST. VINCENT FERRER Rosary-
Altar Society, DelrayBeach, meets Jan. 6
cheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., Jan. 3, Heart Club meets Tuesday, Jan. 3, parish ST. THOMAS MORE Madonna following 8:30 a.m. Mass.
parish hall, 2533 SW Ninth Ave., Fort hall. Guild, Boynton Beach morning of
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Club meets following noon Mass, Jan. 6. 3, 333 SW 25 St., Fort Lauderdale. sessions. Guild meets 7:30 p.m., Jan. 2, parish hall.
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by Fr. David Burr ell, C.S.C.
Faith and scholarship
TO SPEAK of things growing allows us to
The life of the mind has little to do with put culture and the life of the mind in the right that everyone he spoke with thought they knew
knowing a lot. It may seem like it does, because perspective. For learning is finally a question of more than they did. Because he knew where he
people with inquiring minds do learn a great deal. people helping other people to expand and grow. was ignorant, he was in fact wiser than they.
And like the rest of us, they have a hard time And this is the proof that scholarship or the life of But it is uncomfortable to admit our
resisting the temptation to show off. But if that is the mind has little to do with knowing a lot. For ignorance. That is why Plato presents Socrates as
all that a person's inquiry comes to—knowing we do not entrust pedants with the training of an ideal, a hero of the life of the mind. Most
something else, we don't think of him as learned. those coming along; or if we should, they will everything inside us and around us conspires to
For knowledge can never substitute for insight; a soon lack trainees. Students are looking for keep our weakness from view. Yet we need to
pedant is not a scholar. something else, something that opens their way acknowledge it and learn how to live with it. How
It is true that academic places attract can we learn?
to understanding rather than blocks it.
pedants, like bookshelves gather dust. But that is What students seek is better described as a THAT QUESTION has always led me to the
not what colleges or universities are about. Their know-how rather than knowledge. It is more like a Scriptures, prayer and those movements
task is to develop an atmosphere conducive to trained ear than a ready answer. It is more like characteristic of faith. We may not believe but we
learning, an environment in which minds can unknowing than knowing. It is a developed can make some of the movements believers make:
grow. As we speak of a culture of bacteria, so the capacity to live with our ignorance, and yet We can sit quietly and reach out with heart and
space where we can expand our vision simply by continue to inquire. Socrates was surprised when mind towards one whom all men call God. We can
taking part in the conversation makes for an the oracle at Delphi let it be known that he was allow ourselves to be carried along with others in
intellectual culture. A place where our perceptions the wisest of men. So he undertook a survey, and song and praise of God. We can let our own hearts
of order and beauty can be educated by looking on the basis of countless interviews, was forced to signal to us their longing and desire—and we can
and listening is a cultured place. agree with the oracle. But only, when he realized begin to follow our heart's desire.
Universities: A new fresh (and sometimes unsettling)
ideas, is not going to disappear.
Sometimes the tension worked to the
learning explosion benefit of both parties, especially in
the High Middle Ages and the
Renaissance. Sometimes it caused
recrimination and bitterness as in
by Fr. Alfred McBride, O.Praem. some eras after Trent and during the
s t u d e n t s a n d local citizens. W h a t is late 19th century "modernist"
The centuries of patient less known is t h a t in t h e beginning,
preservation of classical learning by the issue of academic freedom w a s
the monks finally yielded a learning often a t stake. Local city ad- By and large, however, the
explosion in the 12th and 13th ministrators feared t h e power of t h e universities, creatures of the Church
centuries with the cremation of the university a n d w a n t e d t o control t h e in the first place, have been the
universities: Paris, Oxford, Cam- freedom of t h e professors a n d training ground of untold numbers of
bridge, Padua, Bologna, Salamanca. s t u d e n t s , especially in t h e area of Christian leaders, centers of human
Prior to the founding of the new ideas. T h e best recourse t h e advancement as well as wellsprings
universities, there were cathedral and university h a d w a s t o obtain a of new ways to understand the an-
monastic schools. The method of charter from t h e Holy See g r a n t i n g i t cient Gospel. The invention of the
education was primarily memory and freedom t o p u r s u e new lines of universities was a towering
mastery of what ancient authorities, t h o u g h t . T h u s t h e Church, in t h e achievement. They abide as a
especially Church Fathers, had said beginning, threw a protective m a n t l e hallmark of civilization.
about this or that topic. over t h e work of t h e university.
Around this time, Arab scholars In time, however, t h e Church,
were studying and promoting the too, wondered about t h e freedom of
works of Aristotle and noting in- its scholars. T h o u g h i t is h a r d t o
ventive ways to adapt his ideas to the believe it n o w , T h o m a s Aquinas
new age. Their enthusiasm was aroused a good deal of anxiety in
contagious enough to affect the official Church circles. H e spoke with
Christian scholars who began to such a new a n d inventive voice t h a t
coordinate the philosophy of many Churchmen feared t h a t this
Aristotle with theology and other m a n w a s edging close t o heresy.
disciplines. The ferment caused by Vastly admired within t h e university
this and a new-found self confidence circle, T h o m a s evoked fears a n d
in their own imagination and suspicions outside it. One of t h e
creativity led to a different teaching small pleasures in reading history is
style and a literal learning explosion. to see t h e p a r a d o x of a m a n con-
GONE WERE the dreary sidered a radical a n d a t h r e a t in his
repetitions and lectures, to be own time, only t o become t h e darling
replaced by lively disputations, of t h e conservatives in another age
debates and dialogues. Exclusive (and, incidentially, sometimes
emphasis on authority-quoting was dismissed by the new radicals of
replaced by maximum student in- another time.)
volvement, the rigorous use of logic
and careful research. Rather than IN ONE SENSE it is a pity to
citing authorities slavishly, they associate a man of the magnitude of
were cited in a critical sense and in a Aquinas with the temporary winds of
contemporary light. Aristotle's scholarly and ecclesiastical fashion.
philosophy, Albert the Great's As one of the few supreme thinkers
scientific style and the cultural the history of the human race has
questions of medieval man were
brought into play. The emphasis never produced, Aquinas deserves
shifted to participational learning. better than to be the bully boy or
bane of political intentions.
From the very beginning this At any rate there was eventually
university life displayed many of the not only abrasiveness between town
traits that have endured, namely, and gown, but also between mitre
interest in academic freedom, student and scholar's biretta. This tension
unrest, a questioning and critical between administrator and scholar,
attitude. Much has been written the one trying to preserve a little
about tne traditional riots between peace and quiet in an unruly world, Fr. Karl Rah
town and gown, that is, between the other dedicated to advancing
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p If we set out on this path, if we allow what we
not know to impress us as much as what we do
ow, we will discover a whole world —a vast
iverse—in which we can gradually come to be
home. It is more like darkness than light, more
in to sleeping (and dreaming) than waking (and
ting), but it teaches us to live more naturally
th all t7 we do not know.
And l. «re are blessed, we will before long
3et another there—many others, in fact, but all
search of this other. And the practices we have
irned, the skill we develop—skills of
knowing, of prayer and meditation—will come
color what we do know. They will show up
pecially in the ways we can gracefully admit
d even welcome our own ignorance—without
rrending the desire to know!
THEN THE life of the mind can become a
mderful adventure, an absorbing desire to
iderstand the world we encounter everyday:
jm amoebae to dinosaurs, from sub-automic
irticles to the people I live with, from alternative
onomic systems to establishing personal
iorities. Wherever we live and whatever we
eet, we are challenged to understand and
To learn how people have responded before
i helps us to take our own bearings; each
meration needs to forge a way for itself, but can
dn wisdom as it learns how to learn from those
tio went before. As Matthew puts it: "Every
ribe who becomes a disciple of the kingdom of
saven is like a householder who brings out of his Colleges and universities are about the task of environment in which minds can grow.
oreroom things both new and old" (Mt. 13, 52). developing an atmosphere conducive to learning, an
Modern theologian stimulates
by William Ryan
In late 1974 a group gathered in faith that is, as Father John C. to the Christian-Marxist and the warned against the dangers "of a
New York to pay tribute to a short, Haughey said in America magazine, Christian-non-Christian dialogues. false adaptation of the Church to the
smiling man in a gray suit whom "both contemporary and in con- His stature in the ecumenical modern world, or of falling into a
many consider the greatest tinuity with the past." He continued, movement is enormous. Many share purely secular humanism."
theologian of the 20th century. The "Rahner is so completely at home in the judgment of George Lindbeck of TEACHING HASbeen as much
Campion Book Award of the Catholic the modern mode of understanding Yale who said that in com- a part of his life as writing. Not too
Book Club was presented to German that he frequently manages to prehensiveness and intellectual many years ago, a young American
Jesuit Karl Rahner, a scholar whose disconcert many of his quality, Rahner can be placed seminarian who had studied under
writings have influenced scores of coreligionists...yet his com- alongside the great Protestant Father Rahner wrote to him and
colleagues and seminarians for prehension of tradition is awesome philosopher-theologians Karl Barth asked if he could take time to look at
decades. The award-giving also and second to no one's. Reading and Paul Tillich "and in terms of his doctoral dissertation. Father
marked the 50th anniversary of Rahner makes believing seem more balance is perhaps the greatest of the Rahner wrote back and said that ha.
Father Rahner's publishing career. reasonable. The Rahner synthesis three." was scheduled to visit the United
Karl Rahner was born in gives one a sense of the inner con- In addition to teaching and States and would be happy to look at
Freiburg, Germany, March 5, 1904, sistency of the faith." writing, Father Rahner has lectured it then. When Father Rahner arrived,
and entered the novitiate of the It also provides evidence that internationally. He participated in he called the young man and learned
Society of Jesus at Feldkirch, the Christian faith presents much to the work of Vatican Council II (1962- that the seminarian was to be or-
Austria, in 1922. Following mull over. A Rahner bibliography 65), first as a personal theologian of dained the following weekend. Father
philosophical and theological studies published in Germany in 1969 runs Cardinal Franziskus Koenig of Rahner not only went over the
and a period of teaching at the Jesuit some 90 pages and contains more Vienna and subsequently as an of- dissertation, but he attended the
high school at Feldkirch, he was than 2,000 entries of books, articles ficial peritus of the council by papal ordination and joined in the
ordained at Munich on July 26, 1932. and monographs! His most famous appointment. Popes John XXIII and festivities.
AFTER ORDINATION, Father works include "The Church and the Paul VI publicly stated their ad- From the impressive array of
Rahner then pursued graduate Sacraments," "The Shape of the miration for his scholarship. books and articles that this one man
studies at Freiburg where he was Church to Come," "Nature and In an interview conducted has produced, one might assume that
deeply influenced by the monks of Grace," "Theological In- shortly after Vatican Council II, he has time for nothing else. But this
certain philosophers, particularly vestigations," and "Sacramentum Father Rahner's comments on the is far from true. Those who know him
Joseph Marechal, a Belgian Jesuit Mundi" (International Encyclopedia Council and the challenge to theology well can tell of the many times that
who had developed an original theory of Theology). Now 73, he still con- in the future seem as timely and lay people have called him to ask a
of knowledge; Immanuel Kant, tinues to write. His latest book, "A prophetic today as they did then. "I question. Father Rahner always
whose writings introduced Rahner to Basic Course in Faith," published think that what the Council ac- takes time out to talk to them and
the "transcendental method" that last year, was praised by Vatican complished more than anything else carefully answer. And if someone is
was to characterize his approach to Radio last February as "a masterful was to give the Church the courage to in need, he quietly lends his aid.
theology; and Martin Heidegger, a and mature synthesis of Christian face the modern world in a manner This man of prayer and com-
post-Kantian existentialist. faith." that involved a real movement away passion, scholar par excellence, is
Using a philosophical basis, RAHNER'S INFLUENCE has from a negative, defensive attitude - living proof of a Church that is
Rahner constructed his life work, a extended into ever widening circles. towards a more open and positive constantly growing in knowledge and
Rahner profound synthesis of the Christian He has made decisive contributions attitude," he said. But he also spirituality.
Miami, Florida / THE VOICE I Friday, December 30,19771 Page 11
A challenge to change and grow
done. We'd suggest that you of steps back and reflect on
become aware of all the op- the goodness of my family and
portunities and options you that I'd like to preserve and
have to grow and then reflect build upon that goodness. It
on what you are presently means also that I'm called to
By TERRY and MIMI doing. Pray and discern, and reflect upon some areas in my
REILLY select the best of what you are life and the interrelationships
presently doing and the in the family that might need
opportunities you have improvement.
provided for your future. We I believe that aJJ of us, as
With the end of the and service. We all should be means we become more aware will be striving to provide new persons, family members, and
year at hand, I've reflected on aware that enrichment begins of the meaning of Christian insight and opportunity in the parish community members
what happened this past year with each person and then to love with one another and see area of marriage and family need to be open to this change.
to our family. We began the the family. The enrichment the increasing need to be enrichment for you. We have beautiful new
year on Phoenix, Arizona, and reflects itself as we look upon present to God. Our spirit The challenge to change chances to change, especially
in May we were trekking our ourselves as a part of parishes matures. is something quite difficult for the one the Church and our
way 'eastward to Miami. I and an archdiocese. We know All of these are a process. many of us. Often when we see Archdiocese are prompting us
must say it was an adventure. that Christ is the source of Our growth physically ends this challenge we feel that we with.
We have been affirmed in our this enrichment. Ultimately before we are 20, but we have too much to do already Archbishop McCarthy
decision by many of you, laity, we become enriched with Him. continue to grow both or we talk about poor timing has designated 1978 as an
Religious and priests, and There's a real difficult mentally and spiritually until or whatever. For me, I've archdiocesan year of renewal.
know the decision we made part to this commitment. It we die. discovered that I need an What a wonderful opportunity
was correct. We are genuinely means that in order to become The persons I've met that occasional prompting. Seal, to grow with one another in
delighted to be here and work enriched, we must admit we appear to be the most full of our 12 year old, calls it the Lord. We encourage the
with you to make the Arch- need to grow. Growth requires life, the most dynamic are the "rattling my cage." Deciding entire archdiocesan family,
diocese of Miami even more change. Growth physically ones who wish to change. But to become involved in Religious, priests and laity to
pleasing to God. means that we get bigger, change hurts sometimes. enriching kinds of activities look to this coming year as
We anticipate 1978 to be taller and our bodies mature. Sometimes it means daring to for me and my family means one of challenge, change and
a year filled with hope and Growing mentally means we do things differently than that I've got to give a little of renewal. We are sure that the
growth. We'd ask to include in become more educated, in- what's been done before. It's myself, my time, and maybe Holy Spirit will continue to
the commitment and sightful and our minds often easier to continue to do even a little pride. It means guide all of us on the right
resolutions you'll make for mature. Growing spiritually things the way they've been I've decided to take a couple path. Happy New Year!
1978, a commitment to —Terry Reilly
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Cdl. Gibbons students
aid needy at Christmas
Students .from Cardinal hard. Some have baked bread
Gibbons High School, Fort and cookies and others have
Lauderdale, collected candy, donated gift certificates.
ham, canned goods, bikes, "No way do we expect to
games and gift certificates in alleviate poverty," the
response to the Religion department chairman con-
Department's project, tinued. "What we are trying
Christmas Baskets for theto do is to let them have one
Needy. nice day so they won't feel
Each third period class that they've been left out of
which volunteered was toChristmas."
concentrate on, one certain
family in need. The families
helped were not on any
assistance program and were
not receiving any help from Youth Corner
agencies for the Christmas
The Religion Depart- Two young men from St.
ment, headed by Mrs. Ann Clare parish, North Palm
Moran, made the Beach, have been elevated to
Students from St. Joan of Arc, Boca the highest rank in scouting,
Raton, Religion Program for Exceptional
arrangements for the families. "Eagle Scout."
Children set up a manger scene (above)
"I asked priests from the Gerard and Michael
on the convent grounds while the parish
rectories of nearby parishes, Samson received the award
youth group joined In the Christmas
Father John O'Leary of San which is an honor presented to
parade (top right) for the City of Boca
Isidro Mission, and some only about one percent of all
people from the faculty, for scouts.
the names of people who
needed assistance," she said.
St. Joan of Arc youth group The Christmas baskets,
which included everything
has busy Christmas season
from canned hames to
Christmas trees filled with
ornaments, were delivered on
Daniela Carnevale, a
graduate of Holy Family
Exceptional Children, the pavilion to see the School and Msgr. Pace High
Christmas 1977 was a busy Christmas was also special. Christmas story enacted on Friday, Dec. 16. School and presently a
one for the youth of St. Joan Setting up the manger scene the beach by their teenagers. The goal of the program student at Barry College, has
of Arc parish here. It began on on the convent grounds was was to share with others who been named to "Who's Who
Dec. 10 with the annual their project and when it was As the birth of Christ was are less fortunate and to keep Among American High
Christmas parade in the City. completed, they knelt beside read from the Scriptures, and people aware that there are
Over 40 fleets and several it and prayed. Mary and Joseph knelt under those in the area who are in School Students 1976-77."
high school bands from South a spotlight on the sand, from need. It also gave the students
Florida marched along was Sunday evening, Dec. 18, out of the dark on the beach the opportunity td give in-
Palmetto Park Rd., past City Joan'sFamily Night for St. emerged groups of angels, stead of receive.
Hall where hundreds of people their families to They invited shepherds, wise men and "There has really been a
crowded the bleachers erected and when the cook-out party drummer
was traditional carols. boys singing good response," Mrs. Moran
for the occasion. over, the families gathered on said. "The kids have worked
At the invitation of the
City, the youth group built a
float and 51 members marched Children's Theatre Series and circus
beside it carrying signs which
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Abp. Roach open to full-time deacons
ST. PAUL, M i n n . - "I'm not opposed to the deacons than the archdiocese ordained before the age of 35. "has had relatively few
(NC) —Archbishop John R. expansion of the permanent has meaningful ministries "On things like age and the problems and a good deal'of
Roach of St. Paul-Minneapolis diaconate program, but I for." administration of sacraments, success because we've been
says he is "not opposed" to think it should have its own Archbishop Roach we will continually be very modest in the numbers of
the idea of a full-time per- validity," the archbishop said described himself as petitioning Rome to get these people and have a very
manent diaconate, but he during a wide-ranging "frustrated" that the Vatican changed," he said.. thorough screening program."
doesn't want to see the question-and-answer session has not allowed permanent But he said that in There are 12 permanent
program expanded as an with the Priests' Senate. "It is deacons to administer the general the permanent deacons currently working in
answer to the priest shortage. a mistake to ordain more Sacrament of the Sick, or to be diaconate program in the St. the archdiocese, which has
Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese 520,675 Catholics.
Prayer of the Faithful
SOLEMNITY OF MARY may feel at home and respond to
THE MOTHER OF GOD God's call to commit our time,
January 1,1978 talent and treasure in building up
this community, we pray to the
Celebrant: Father, this day Lord. (R)
we begin another year. A year LECTOR: For our Arch-
that is filled with much promise diocese of Miami as we enter our
and hope, filled with many own Holy Year, that we might be
challenges and opportunities. We renewed and reconcilled to each
pray now, that we can make this other, we pray to the Lord: (R)
New Year a God-centered year as LECTOR: For all mankind,
we Your Pilgrim People continue that we may learn to make the
on our journey. world a global village where
LECTOR: The response for peace shall endure, we pray to
today will be: Lord, Listen to the Lord: (R)
Your people. Celebrant: Father, yester-
LECTOR: For all families day is only a dream and
that they might be truely small tomorrow only a vision that may
Christian communities reflecting never materialize. We pray that
Your presence and love, we pray each of us may be aware of living
to the Lord: (R) the present moment as if it were
LECTOR: For all mothers our last and consecrating our
and mothers-to-be that they every action, no matter how
The new mayor of Louisville, Ky., tion. The Mass, celebrated by Abp. might turn to our Blessed Mother small, to Your honor and glory.
William Stansbury, drinks from the Thomas J. McDonough, second from for guidance and protection, we We praise You and offer these
chalice at Communion during a special left, was part of the mayor's Inaugural pray to the Lord: (R) prayers to You, Abba our Father,
Mass at the Cathedral of the Assump- ceremonies. LECTOR: For our parish in the name of Jesus, Your Son.
communities, that each person Amen.
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AMUSEMENTS/ 'Close Encounters' tone is really
MOVIES-TV-RADIO < Q spQce age <$ong of Bemadette'
The most amazing thing Spielberg is brash enough
Film Ratings: about the newest sci-fi film
epic, "Close Encounters of the
Third Kind," may not have
to challenge himself to
choreograph and stage
manage the first official
meeting between Us and
National Catholic Office been intended. It's your
sudden realization, about Them. That's chutzpah.
halfway through the 35- Most artists today
for Motion Pictures minute climax, that what aren't brave enough to
Arnold stick out their imaginations.
Annie Hall (B) Monkey Hustle (A-3)
you're watching is a
At the Earth's Core (A-2) Mean Frank, Crazy Tony (B) technological-scientific ver- Spielberg does, with enough
Aaron Loves Angela (B) My Father, My Master (A4)
sion of Christmas, or to success to dazzle and delight
less interesting than what most viewers. The inevitable
Airport 77 (A-2) March or Die (A-3)
Aguirre, Wrath of God (A-3) Midway (A-2) catch the sentimental tone began in the Biblical comparisons with "2001" are
Alex and Gypsy (A-2)
American Friend (A-2)
My Friends (B)
Missouri Break (B)
exactly, a space age "Song of mountains and flowered in revealing. Kubrick's awe of
At Long Last Love (A-3) Mohammed, Messenger of God (A-2) Bemadette." Bethlehem.
Audrey Rose (A-3) Mother, Jugs, and Speed (B)
The preliminaries are the probable intelligence of
Murder By Death (A-3) Most of the movie is a extraterrestrials was so great
Battle Command (A-3)
Bittersweet Love (A-3)
Man on the Roof (A-3)
Mr. Billion (A-2)
appropriate: strange lights in 100-minute preliminary to the that he staged the meeting in
Best Friends (B) MacArthur (A-2) the sky, visions and Main Event —perhaps the space and used symbols and
Breaker, Breaker (A-3)
Bridge Too Far (A-3)
Memory of Justice (A-4) visitations by inconceivably longest stage wait in movie metaphors that were
Between Lines (B) Nasty Habits (A-4>
New Girl in Town (B)
powerful forces, official scorn history. Youthful writer- provocative and open-ended.
Black Mama (A-3)
Black Pearl (A-2) Network (B) > for the simple believers, director Steven ("Jaws") Spielberg is so cocky he sets it
Next Man (B) smiling awe rather than fright
Black and White in color (A-3) 1900 (C) Spielberg sets it up by ac- down in cowboy country and
Brothers (A-3) as men, woman and children
Bobby Deerfield (A-3) One Sings, Other Doesn't (B)
cepting and exaggerating the describes it with literal
Buffalo Bill and the Indians or Sitting Orca (A-3) look to the heavens. Above all, UFO mythology (phase three realism, like the arrival of
Bull's History Lesson (A-3) there is the desperate,
Outlaw Blues (A-3)
Oh, God (A-3)
of the occult trend, after Satan Aunt Mary and Uncle Howard
Obsession (A-3) decidedly spiritual hunger and reincarnation). The space from Akron. The problem is
Checkered Flag or Crash (A-3) Outlaw Josey Wales (B) that causes the hero and
Citizens Band (A-3) Other Side of Midnight (C) visitors not only whiz around that it's a closed-off ex-
Chicken Chronicles (C) Outrageous (A-4) others to rush vast distances playfully in the night sky, but perience.
Christian, the lion (A-l)
Cria (A-3) and past impossible obstacles wreak havoc with the elec-
Cross of Iron (B) People That Time Forgot (A-2) to "be there" at the In- tricity in Indiana, make The plus is that, like
Cousin Angelica (A-3) Piece of the Action (A-3)
Pete's Dragon (A-l) carnation. appliances and toys go ber- Kubrick, Spielberg views the
Day of Animals (A-3) Providence (b)
Pumping Iron (A-3) But the feeling of that serk, toss the furniture and universe as benign. Both
Death Collector (B)
Deep, The (B) Pardon Mon Affaire (B) final scene is totally religious. crockery about in a high wind earthlings and aliens are nice
Dirty Hands (B)
Dream City (B)
Reincarnation of Peter Proud (C) What descends from on high (cf. "The Exorcist") and guys, a drift that is quite clear
Raggedy Ann and Andy (A-l)
Rabid (C) is the perfect "god" for our appear to assault a lonely early on, despite almost
Distant Thunder (A-2) Rolling Thunder (C) time —an incredibly large, farmhouse through the frantic efforts to scare us with
Don't open the window (B)
Damnation Alley (A-3) Roseland (A-2)
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown (A-l) ! intricate, beautiful Machine, chimney and air ducts (cf. disaster movie hokum. Except
Demon Seed (B)
Domino Principle (A-3)
Rescuers (A-l) peopled by other real "The Birds") with the intent for the rattling and flying
Ruby (B) creatures who are friendly, of kidnaping a small boy. props, this is a film without
kind, artistic, intelligent. violence, sex and villains. It'o>
Effie Briest (A-3) Sandakan 8 (A-3) While the official UFO so wholesome that it makes
Embryo (B) Story of Sin (C) They are all modern man detectives, led by Francois Disney films seem almost
Satan's Brew (C)
Eagle Has Landed (A-3)
Sensual Man (C) would hope to be. Kauffmann Truffaut, who seems intelli- cynical in comparison.
Exorcist II (C) Spirit of Beehive (A-2) is exactly right. "Encounters" gent because he usually
Fantastic Animation Festival (A-2) Sorcerer (A-3)
Final Chapter- Walking Tall (B) Special Day (A-4) is the embodiment of the drift speaks in French, use science If you must know the
Fraternity Row (A-3) Sidewinder I (A-3)
in faith in our century from a to figure out what's hap- details of Spielberg's com-
First Love (C) Spy Who Loved Me (A-3) personal God to progress, pening and make contact, the forting vision, you'll have to
First Nudie Musical (C) Scott Joplin (A-2)
Savage Sisters (C)
technology, wisdom. The new child's mother (Melinda see the film. But it can be
For the love of Benjie (A-l)
Silver Streak (A-3) Christmas star is a spaceship. Dillon) and a feisty power noted 'that everything is on
Gable and Lombard (B)
Short Eyes (A-4)
Sleeper (A-3) Undoubtedly this will company troubleshooter the audio-visual surface (this
Great Texas Dynamite Chase (C) Small Town in Texas (B) touch a lot of people, but— (Richard Dreyfuss) come to movie must be seen in wide-
Get Charlie Tully (B)
Smile Orange (B)
Sweet Revenge (A-3) how can I say it—it's similar conclusions on their screen with Dolby sound).
Greased Lightning (A-2) Smokey and Bandit (A-3) essentially pitiful, and much own. What you see and hear is what
Gumball Rally (B)
Gods of the Plague (B) Sunday In Country (B) Spielberg's main talent is
Hills Have Eyes (C) Star Wars (A-2) for shock, for flooding the
Hell (B) Stroszek (A-3)
senses with unnerving detail.
House by Lake (C) Some of his best scenes have
House of Exorcism (C) Squirm (B)
Huckleberry Finn (A-l) Survive (A-3) nothing to do with sci-fi: they
Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (A-l) Tentacles (A-3) are just vibrantly alive. It's a
Homage to Chagall: Colours of Love (A-l) Two Minute Warning (B) young man's gift and
, In The Real of the Senses (C)
That'll Be the Day (A-3) sometimes a vice—e.g., and
<f Islands in the Stream (A-2)
ii It's Alive (B) They Call Her One-Eye (C) endless sequence with
They Came From Within (C)
••' I never Promised You a Rose Garden (A-
Twilight's Last Gleaming (B) Dreyfuss building a mountain
• Island of Dr. Moreau (A-3) 3 Women (A-4) in his suburban living room
Together Brothers (A-3)
Jacob, the Liar (A-2) Town That Dreaded Sundown (B) that is stupidly indulgent.
" Jail Bait (C) Treasure of Matecumbe (A-l)
Jabberwocky (B) Turning Point (A-3) That's really what
Joseph Andrews (C)
Tunnelvision (C) "Encounters" is about: it's a
^ Journey Into Beyond (B) Uncle Tom's Cabin (C)
Undercovers Hero (B)
film of almost poignant,
'" Kentucky Fried Movie (C)
childish faith in the new
Killer Elite (A-3)
Killer Force (C) Van (C) religion. Christians have
Killing of a Chinese Bookie (B) Viva Knievel (A-2) always known that "we are
Kings of Road (A-4)
Voyage of Dammed (A-3) not alone." (All, PG)
Looking Up (A-3)
" Late Show (A-3) Woman's Decision (A-3)
Lifeguard (A-3) Wizards (A-3)
Littlest Horse Thieves (A-l)
Loean's Run (A-3)
We All Loved Each Other So Much (A-2)
Wonderful Crook (A-3)
Looking for Mr. Goodbar (C) Women in Cellblock (C)
Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (C)
Last Remake Beau Geste (A-3)
Welcome to L.A. (B)
Wild Duck (A-3)
La Grande Bourgeoise (A-3) Which Way Up (B)
- * Last Days of Man on earth (B)
" Let Joy Reign Supreme (B)
Topic for Christopher
Lincoln Conspiracy (A-2)
Xala (A-3) Closeup on WCIX-Channel
You Light Up My Life (A-2) 6 for Sunday, Jan. 1, at 10
Man Who Loved Women (B) Yazuka, The (A-3) p.m., is "Being Old in
Marquis of O (A-2)
- Mr. Klein (A-3) Zig Zag (B) America." Pulitzer prize-
KEY TO RATINGS
winner Robert Butler,
Happy New Year! Joan Rivers masquerades as a unisex M.D., speaks about the
Al—Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage
A2—Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents
Father Time to symbolize the end of 1977 and the start needs of the growing
A3—Morally Unobjectionable for Adults of 1978. "A lot of people might think I'm dressed as number of Americans over
A4—Morally Unobjectionable for Adults With Reservation Father Time," says Joan. "Actually, this photo was 65. Carol Tipton in-
B —Morally Objectionable in Part for All
C —Condemned taken early in the morning before I had a chance to terprets for deaf people.
comb my hair or put on makeup!"
Miami, Florida / THE VOICE / Friday, December 30,1977 / Page 15
Official "What reward can
there be for one that has
passed his whole life,
St. Andrew, Coral Springs 765.00 St. Jude, Jupiter 746.00 not only without
(The following is the donations of the faithful to annual
Campaign for Human Development)
St. Ann, Naples
iSt. Ann Mission, Naranja
St. Juliana. West Palm Beach
St. Justin Martyr, Key Largo
pleasure, but in pain, If
St. Ann, West Palm Beach
St. Anthony, Ft. Laud
St. Kevin, Miami : 181.00 there is nothing to be
St. Augustine, Coral Gables 887.50
St. Kieran, Miami
St. Lawrence. No. Miami Beach
750.00 expected after
Annunciation, West Hollywood $175.60
St. Bartholomew, Miramar 742.57. St. Louis, Miami 804.20 death."—St. Thomas
Ascencion, Boca Raton
Assumption. PonriDano Beach
St. Bede, Key West
St: Benedict, Hialeah
St. Lucy. Highland Beach
St. Luke, Lake Worth
More, "Utopia," 1516.
Blessed Sacrament, Fort Laud , 645.00 St. Bemadette, Hollywood 481.50 St. Malachy, Tamarac 621.50
Blessed trinity, Miami Springs 80.00 St. Bernard, Sunrise 537.00 St. Margaret, Clewiston 145.00
Christ the King, Perrine
Corpus Christi. Miami
St. Boniface, W. Hollywood 200.50 St. Mark. Boyton Beach
St. Martha, North Miami
"All of us, Greeks
St. Brendan, Miami. 696.00
Epiphany, Miami 000.00 St. Catherine of Siena. Miami 410.00 St. Martin, Jensen Beach 275.80 and Jews, heretics and
Holy Cross, Indiantown
St. Cecelia Hialeah .:
St. Chas. Borromeo, Hailandale
St. Mary Mission, Pahokee
St. Marys Cathedral, Miami
000.00 Christians acknowledge
Holy Family, North Miami
Holy Name of Jesus, W. Palm Bch
St. Christopher. Hobe Sound 565.00 St. Mary Magdalen, Miami Beach
St. Mary Star of the Sea, Key W
that God is just. Now
Holy Redeemer. Miami 000.00 St. Clare, No. Palm Beach 000.00 St. Matthew, Hailandale
St. Maurice, Fort Laud..
many who have sinned
Holy Spirit, Lantana 1,449.00
Immaculate Conception, Hialeah 548.00
St. Clement, Ft. Laud
St. Coleman, Pompano Beach
1,325.00 St. Michael the ArchAngel, Miami 000.00 passed away without
Little Flower, Coral Gables
Little Flower, Holywood
St. David, Ft. Laud
St. Dominic, Miami "
St. Monica, Opa Locka
St. Patrick, Miami Beach
• • • 182.00
being punished, while
Mary Immac. Mission, W. Palm Bch
St. Edward, Palm Beach 877.50 St. Paul the Apostle, Lighthouse Pt
St. Paul of the Cross, N.P.B
many others who led
Our Lady of Cobre, Miami 000.00
St. Elizabeth, Pompano Beach
St. Francis of Assisi, Riv. Beach
417.50 St. Peter, Big Pine Key : 77.00 virtuous lives did not die
Our Lady of Divine Provid. Miami
Our Ladyof Guadatupe, Immokalee
: . . 000.00
St. Francis de Sales, M. Beach
St. Francis Xavier, Miami
St. Peter, Naples
St. Peter & Paul, Miami
302.00 until they had suffered
Our Lady of Holy Rosary. Perrine
Our Lady of the Lakes, M. Lakes
St. Gabriel, Pompano Beach 1,144.50 St. Philip, Opa Locka
St. Philip Benizi, Belle Glade
St. George, Fort Laud 000.00
Our Lady of Mercy, Deerfield Bch 36.00- St. Gregory, Plantation 861.00 St. PiusX, Fort Laud
St. Raymond, Miami
tions. If God is just how
Our Lady of Perpetual Help. O.L 83.00
O. L. Queen of Heaven, La Belle 000.00
St. Helen, Fort Laud
St. Henry, Fort Laud
187.24 St. Richard, Perrine ....120.00 will He reward the
O. L. Queen of Heaven, Margate
O. L. Queen of Martyrs, Ft. L
. . . 700.00
St. Hugh, Coconut Grove
St. Ignatius Loyola, Palm Bch. G'ard
St. Robert Bellarmine, Miami
St. Rose of Lima, Miami Shores ..
..1,402.19 latter and punish the
O.L. Queen of Peace, Delray B
St. James. Miami 460.50 St. Sebastian, Fort Laud
St. Stephen, West Holywood....
. . . . 860.00
. . . . 492.50
former unless there be a
Sacred Heart, Homestead
St. Jerome, Fort Laud
St. Joachim, Perrine
000.00 St. Thomas the Apostle, Miami 550.00 Hell and a Resurrec-
St. Thomas More, Boyton Beach . ..1,250.00
Sacred Heart, Lake Worth
San Isidro Mission, Pomp. Beach
St. Joan of Arc. Boca Raton
St. John the Apostle, Hialeah ;
225.00. St. Timothy, Miami '....490.16 tion?"—St. John
San Marco, Marco
San Pablo, Marathon
St. John the Baptist, Fort laud
St. John Bosco, Miami
St. Vincent, Margate.-.
St. Vincent de Paul, Miami
. . . . 453.50
• •• • 307.70
San Pedro, Plantation Key : 380.00 St. John Fisher, West Palm Beach 455.43 St. Vicent Ferrer, Delray Beach
on Eph. ad. Phil.," circa
St. Agatha, Miami
St. Agnes, Key Biscayne
St. Joseph, Miami Beach
St. Joseph, Stuart..'.
1,049.54 St. William, Naples 550.00 388.
St. Jos. the Worker, Moore Haven 000.00 Our Lady of Lourdes 301.00
St. Ambrose, Deerfield Beach 1,015.00
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Teologo Kung no corrigio error dicen •
Alaban politic a
obispos alemanes Vaticana
CIUDAD D E L
BONN, Alemanja—(NC)—La obispos y el te61ogo deja entrever Jesiis." Indicd que en
su el pasado los obispos de
Conferencia Episcopal Alemana que el padre Kung no ha dado aun correspondencia privada con los Polonia expresaron recelo
afirm6 que el te61ogo Hans Kung respuesta a las cuestiones obispos no deberia haber sido ante la politic a de contactos
no ha corregido los serios errores inaceptables para los obispos, publicada sin su permiso y que con el gobierno comunista de
publicados en su libro "Ser aunque el mismo te61ogo alega los obispos habian adoptado un ese pais por parte del
Cristiano", a pesar de los que "algunas de mis ideas "enfoque doctrinario, segun un Vaticano, ahora han en-
repetidos avisos de los obispos cristol6gicas necesitan punto de vista personal y carente comiado al Papa Paulo VI por
durante dos afios. aclaracidn. de espiritu critico." la decision que Hainan
La cristologia es el estudio de La gente no espera "positiva... hisWrica" de
La declaraci6n de los obispos la naturaleza y persona de Cristo. "denuncias sino respuestas recibir en audiencia al
hecha publica en Bonn, iba constructivas a sus preguntas," dirigente del Partido
acompafiada por 10 paginas de Al mismo tiempo el te61ogo dijo el padre Kung. Comunista Polaco Edward
correspondencia entre los rechaza todo tipo de imposici6n, Gierek. Esta politica ha
obispos y el teologo suizo a rafz de para clarificar dudas sobre su permitido que enviados
la publicacibn del mencionado
libro. El padre Kung ensefia en la ortodoxia, ya que tratara de Comite de vaticanos puedan visitar,
ademas de funcionarios
Universidad de Tuebingen. aclarar esas dudas en su nuevo
libro que vera la luz en enero, en
parrocos a estatales, a los mismos
Los obispos reconocen la respuesta a las acusaciones de
asesorar al Voice obispos para
labor positiva del libro que ex- Por recomendaci6n del necesidades y consultar con
pone la fe cristiana en terminos Senado Sacerdotal ellos el curso de las relaciones
aceptables a la sociedad de hoy, En una declaraci6n en arquidiocesano el Arzobispo con el gobierno.
pero insisten que la doctrina P. Hans Kung Tuebingen el padre Kung afirm6 McCarthy ha establecido un
oficial de la Iglesiar debe ser que los obispos "no tenian comite que asesorara a este • Piden proteccldn
respetada sin reservas, suficiente paciencia." Tambien - periddico diocesano, en su
la divinidad de Cristo. dijo que &l nunca " ha CIUDAD DE MEXICO—
especialmente en lo que atafie a respuesta a las necesidades de
La correspondencia entre los cuestionado la filiaci6n divina de (NO— El Secretario Social
los fieles de la arquidiocesis y de
Mexicano pidi6 que las
Card. Suenens a carismaticos las parroquias.
organizaciones religiosas y
El comite esta formado por civicas invoquen la ley para
"Mas compromiso social
BRUSELAS, Belgica, (NC)— i a revista carismatica el cardenal, afladiendo que las
los siguientes parrocos: P .
Michael Devaney, O.M.Y Mary
Immaculate, West Palm Beach;
P. Javier Morras, St. Michael,
proteger a quienes se dedican
a luchar contra la injusticia
social, y a ayudar a los
pobres; y que como primer
El Cardenal Leo Suenens de 'Magnificat", el cardenal sefiala Miami; P. James Reynolds, St. paso acudan a la opinion
"reformas sociales que intentan James, Miami; P. David Russell,
Malinas, Bruselas, lider del las acusaciones que se le hacen al los gobiernos deben contar con el St. Louis, Miami. P. Vincent publica.
movimiento de renovacidn movimiento de ignorar las apoyo de la opinion publica"
carismatica, ha pedido a losnecesidades concretas de la reformas que el cardenal seflala Shehy, St. Francis, Riviera • Gobierno no controls a
cristianos que crezcan en el gente. Beach. Es tambien parte del antl-marxlstas
como "el rechazo de la injusticia comite, Arnaldo L6pez, tesorero BUENOS AIRES—(NO—
compromiso en favor de la Recordando que Jesus eligi6 estructurada de la sociedad que
justicia. arquidiocesano. Dos monjas francesas, en-
nacer y vivir pobre, el cardenal edifica sobre la rivalidad y la fermeras que trabajan con los
En un mensaje publicado por dice que la elecci6n de Jesus no busqueda de ganancias como
deja en duda cuales son las meta ante la que se sacrifican los Nuevo Superior pobres, y unos 20 argentinos
incluyendo varias madres de
prioridades de Dios.
"Esto obliga a los cristianos
valores espirituales y humanos." General a Orden prisioneros desaparecidos,
fueion arrestados a principios
que quieren seguir al Maestro, a
dar especial atencidn a los
Nuestra crisis actual "cues-
ti6n a las mismas bases de la Salesianos de diciembre, y no se conoce
su paradero (aunque un
hermanos mas necesitados y sociedad industrial," dice el ROMA (NC)— El Padre Egidio
cardenal y pide a los cristianos Vigano, de 57 aflos, fue elegido anuncio posterior de la em-
aplicar la llamada social a cada
circunstancia de la vida| que vuelvan a leer el Evangelio Superior General de losbajada francesa afirma que
con nuevos ojos, no buscando Salesianos. las monjas estan bien). Se
"Es un deber cristiano," dice trata de Sor Alice Domon y
respuestas prefabricadas y Nacido en Italia y educado en
tecnicas, sino buscando la ins- Chile, donde se orden6 sacerdote, Sor Leonie Duquet. Algunos de
MERCY Comunidad piraci6n capaz de orientar la
acci6n y buscar la solidaridad
el Padre Vigano sucede al Padre
Luigi Ricceri que ha dirigido la
los arrestados salian de una
reunitin ecumenica para
• Encuentro Familiar No. humana junto con un estilo de Orden de 18,000 religiosos recoger fondos y pagar un
COLLEGE 52, sera los dias 7 y 8 de enero,
en la Cafeteria del Seminario
vida mas sobrio y humano. durante 12 afios. aviso en el peri6dico La
Naci6n pidiendo la Iibertad de
College, St. John Vianney. La presos politicos, y una lista
FIESTA FAMILIAR, del que tranquilice a las familias.
CENTRO EN MIAMI movimiento tendra lugar el El jefe de la junta militar,
PARA jueves 29 de enero, tambien en Gen. Jorge Videla, reconoce
EDUCACION la cafeteria del Seminario- Orocfdn de los Fieles que el gobierno no controla
totalmente a los grupos anti-
BILINGUE marcistas que persiguen a
Noche Eucaristica y de dirigentes que muestran
Carreras Universitarias con clases en alabanza, en St. Timothy, 5400 inquietud social.
FESTIVIDAD DE LA MADRE DE DIOS
la noche comenzando el 16 de Enero S.W. 102 Ave, Miami, el Dfa mundlal de la Paz • Apoyan comunidades
de 1973 (Semestre de Primavera) viernes 6 de enero a las 7:30
pm. Presidira la velada Mons. contemplativas
CARRERAS QUE SE OFRECEN:
Celebrante: Honramos a Maria la Madre de Dios, y en sus
Agustfn Roman, Vicario manos ponemos nuestros deseos de paz en los hogares, la BREDA, Holanda—(N-
• Administration de Negocios Episcopal Hispano. sociedad y el mundo para el aflo que comenzamos. C)— Despue*s de pasar varias
LECTOR: La respuesta de hoy sera: Sefior haznos cons- semanas en el Mar de la China
• Contador Publico viviendo enbarcazas pobladas
• Sociologia tructores de paz.
LECTOR: Por toda la Iglesia para que los cristianos de pobres, el Hermano Roger
• Psicologia Shutz de la abadia protestante
• Ciencias del comportamiento IMPRENTA esparcidos por el mundo sean testigos de amor y fe segun el
ejemplo de Maria, oremos: Sefior... de Tize, Francia, y varios
j6venes acompafiantes han
' • Espanol "MARESMA" LECTOR: Para que todos los cristianos nos hagamos eco pedido a los cristianos de toda
• Certification para maestro en PBESTiGIO * CXPERIENCIA del mensaje de Pablo VI, en este dia mundial de la paz, y
edad y lugar que establezcan
ensenanza elemental y otras areas. 70 N. W. 22 Ave. • Miami, Fla. decidamos siempre por la vida, oremos: Sefior... "residencias donde la con-
Ayuda financiera disponible. LECTOR: Par a que el aflo nuevo traiga semillas y frutos de templaci6n y la vida de lucha
paz y justicia para todos, oremos: Sefior... diaria est6n intimamente
Gran Surtido de Tar jet as-para LECTOR: Por nuestro pals, para que encontremos
MATRICULESE AHORA PARA unidas" Los j6venes describee
EL SEMESTRE DE PRIMAVERA Bodas, Bautizos, Comuniones, soluciones a los problemas de desempleo y pobreza, oremos: esas residencias como
Sefior... • , "comunidades que ofrecen
MERCY COLLEGE Cumpleanos, Recordatorios y LECTOR: Tor toda la Arquidi6cesis para que el Aflo Santo hospitalidad sencilla,"
MIAMI CENTER FOR Misas. Impresiones ai Relieve. anunciado por el Arzobispo sea realidad de renovaci6n y dirigidas por una familia, un
BILINGUAL EDUCATION compromiso cristiano en cada uno, oremos: Sefior... matrimonio o un individuo, y
TODA CLASE DE TRABAJOS LECTOR: Por nuestra comunidad parroquial, para que que lejos de huir de los
Dr. Gilberto Cancela, Decano siga creciendp en la fe, esperanza y amor bajo la mirada de problemas del mundo tem-
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Telefono: 545-9881 AHDRRE TIEMPO Y DINERO Celeinrante: Padre, al comenzar un nuevo aflo nos volvemos contribuir a su soluci6n.
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Delegado Apostolico en TV el domingo nacion
• Condena clinlcas "pro
" Tenemos mentalidad de barrio " acostumbrado a la afluencia del
(NC)—Mons. Thomas J.
Drury,obispo de Corpus
Christi, dice que dos clinic as
WASHINGTON—(NC)—Al pais," y demasiado facilmente recientemente montadas en la
comenzar el aSo 1978 la Iglesia haber olvidado que "en Africa y ciudad se empeflan en
americana enfrenta una Asia son demasiados los que no facilitar el aborto provocado a
paradoja: va creciendo al mismo los americanos de ascen-
disfrutan de este estilo de vida."
tiempo el nlimero de los decnia mexicana, o chicanos.
totalmente indiferentes a los Segiin el Arzobispo uno de los Antes habia que viajar 150
valores morales y religiosos y el problemas de los cat61icos millas a San Antonio para un
de los que sienten profunda americanos es "no mirar aborto. "Aunque pobres, estas
preocupaci6n por ellos, dijo el "Solo unos demasiado a lo que pasa gentes aman a sus nifios, como
delegado apost61ico en los polvos aquf... alrededor de nosotros." aman criarlos. Es una
Estados Unidos, Arzobispo Jean y listo para la "iTiene algo que decir la diab61ica interferencia en sus
Jadot. camara," le Iglesia a los problemas de hoy? le vidas fomentar el aborto",
El Arzobispo fue en- dice el tecnico preguntaron. dijo en una carta leida en las
trevistado durante media hora en maquillaje "La Iglesia es s61o una parte misas dominicales.
por Herbert Kaplow, para la red al Delegado de la respuesta," dijo el
nacional de televisi6n ABC, en el Apost61ico, Arzobispo. "Pero quizas, y no • No perdl6 su fe en cine
programa dominical "Direc- Arz. Jadot, estoy seguro de que esto sea CHICAGO — ( N O — E l
tions" y saldra a la pantalla el antes de su verdad, todavia tenemos cierta actor y director australiano
lro. de enero a las 12:30 p.m., entrevista mentalidad de barrio y vivimos Cyril Richard, conocido
Canal 10. para la encerradosen nosotros mismos." mejor por su papel de Capitan
televisidn. El Es posible, dijo el Arzobispo, Hook en la producci6n "Peter
Durante la entrevista el
arzobispo que los cristianos en general "no Pan" con Mary Martin, muri6
Delegado apost61ico discuti6 el
saldra a la son muy conscientes de los del corazdn a los 79 aflos. Era
mensaje de Pablo VI para el Dia
pantalla el problemas re ales de la gente," comulgante diario y con-
de la Paz, y expres6 sus opiniones
domingo a las fesaba su fe ante sus amigos.
sobre Estados Unidos, despues de Dijo que la Iglesia deberia
12:30 en el Es dificil en las tablas ser
cuatro aflos como representante estar mas metida en cuestiones
programa catolico practicante, pero si la
del Papa en el pafs, sobre etica de la familia y problemas
"Dimensions" educacidn en el hogar ha sido
corporativa y sobre el papel de la relacionados con los negocios y la
del canal 10. firme, se puede, dijo una vez.
Iglesia en cuestiones de justicia etica de la politic a.
social y de la mujer en la • Pidleron amnistia para
sociedad. Al tratar de mejorar la etica argentlnos
El Arzobispo senal6 que el corporativa, y en cuestiones de la WASHINGTON—(NC)—
mensaje de Pablo VI sobre la paz mujer y justicia social los Voceros de la US Catholic
es este aflo m&s concreto, por su ferencia de Helsinki. Al preguntar sobre su visi6n catolicos deberian seguir el Conference.la sociedad judia
denuncia al terrorismo y sus Afirm6 que el mensaje del de Estados Unidos, el Arzobispo consejo del Papa Juan XXIII: B'nai B'rith y el Consejo
comentarios a las cuestiones del Papa quiere tener un impacto expres6 cierto remordimiento de Observar, juzgar, actuar," dijo el Nacional de Iglesias
desarme, tratadas en la con- moral y no tanto politico. conciencia por "haberse arzobispo Jadot. (protestantes) pidieron al
gobierno una amnistia de
Arrasaron su comunidad en Solentiname, Navidad a los miles 4e
prisioneros politicos, y la
publicaci6n de una lista de
ellos para alivio de los
era sueiio compartido con Tomas Merton familiares de desaparecidos.
Entidades defensoras de los
derechos humanos calculan
MADRID— El Padre TomSs Merton en el remote que hay de cinco a seis mil
Ernesto Cardenal, conocido en el archipielago de Solentiname, y presos politicos en ese pais, y
mundo literario por sus poesias y pidi6 consejo al monje para m£s de mil cuyo paradero se
escritos, afirm6 durante su establecer las reglas. "Su con- oculta.
estancia en Madrid que la sejo fue que la primera regla
comunidad cristiana que el fund6 seria la de no tener reglas, "dijo. • Protestaron corrida de
en Solentiname, Nicaragua, era Merton acept6 pasar unos meses toros
fruto de un sueiio compartido con en Solentiname como director SAN FRANCISCO—
el monje trapense, Tomas espiritual del grupo, pero nunca (NC)—Aunque los feligreses
Merton, hoy difunto. realizd su viaje por quedar ac- de la parroquia de Santa
cidentalmente electrocutado Isabel tuvieron buen cuidado
La comunidad del padre durante un Congreso de de que una corrida a beneficio
Cardenal, un complejo Espiritualidad en Thailandia, en de la misma no maltratara a
parroquial de artistas escritores, 1968. La comunidad de Solen- los toros, se vino una
cooperativas de Pescadores y tiname tenia una escuela de avalancha de protestas de
agricultores, fue arrasada el pintura y arte primitivo asi como grupos protectores de
pasado mes de noviembre por tiendas de artesania manual; animales en California y otros
tropas de la Guardia Nacional, organizaba talleres en prosa y estados. La parroquia es
Nicaraguense. Varios de los poesia y habia reunido una predominantemente portu-
edificios fueron incendiados. valiosa biblioteca y coleccidn de guesa y la corrida honraba
piezas arqueol6gicas en- ademas a la Virgen ae
El sacerdote dijo que contradas en el lugar. Tambien Fatima.
visitaba Espafla para denunciar incluia cooperativas de
las acciones del gobierno El Padre Ernesto Cardenal, lzq. conversa con el obispo Pescadores y agricultores y • Se casan para obtener
nicaraguense contra los cam- luterano chileno, Helmut Frenz, desde 1975 exOlado en entrenaba lideres comunitarios. visa
pesinos y los oponentes politicos, Alemania. WASHINGTON—(NC)—
y para tratar de interrumpir la "Apoyamos la resistencia El Servicio de Inmigraci6n y
ayuda econ6mica a aquel pais. El llegue, encontre que Tomas Cardenal. pasiva a injusticias del gobierno, Naturalizaci6n (SIN) dijo que
padre Cardenal se encontraba Merton, que era el maestro de y aunque teniamos contactos con el afio pasado 4,594 ex-
exilado en Costa Rica desde que En una entrevista para la tranjeros trataron de ingresar
novicios, era poeta y antiguo revista espafiola Vida Nueva, el el Movimiento Sandinista,
las autoridades nicaraguenses estudiante en la Universidad de siempre rechazamos su lucha al pais mediante matrimonios
ordenaron su arresto con padre Cardenal coment6 sus fraudulentos. De 1,886 que
Columbia como yo. relaciones con el monje Merton, armada," comento el padre
alegaciones de que apoyaba Cardenal. En otras declaraciones "se casaron" con ciudadanos
"Me explic6 las reglas quien soflaba con reform ar su
al Frente Nacional de Liberaci6n recientes el sacerdote expres6 norteamericanos para
estrictas de la trapa pero me dijo propia Orden y establecer para ingresar a Estados Unidos, 301
Sandinista, que es un grupo de otras opiniones afirmando que
que no abandonase la poesia o ello una comunidad en lo hicieron por medio de un
guerrilla. apoyaba la rebeli6n contra el
nada de lo que yo valoraba, in- Latinoamerica.La salud no le agente que buscaba a la
cluso mi interes en la politic a de permiti6 al padre Cardenal gobierno del General Somoza.
Comentando sobre su sueiio pareja norteamericana
de Solentiname, dijo que habia mi pais. Me sorprendi6 que en continuar en la trapa, pero sigui6 dispuesta al fraude.
nuestra primera conversaci6n sus estudios al sacerdocio y fue "Nuestra comunidad ter-
conocido a Tomas Merton en la mind," dijo comentando sobre la
abadia de Kentucky, cuando esta espiritual no trat6 una ordenado a los 40 aSos en
espiritualidad abstracta y si las Nicaragua. Estudio en varias destrucci6n de noviembre. "Era jAhorre este cupon para Descuento!
orden contemplativa estaba como un paraiso, pero como la
planeando abrir un monasterio situaciones en mi pais, el universidades: Columbia,
movimiento de Gandhi en la Mexico y Espafta, se uni6 al situaci6n en Nicaragua no es la
en Latinoamgrica. mas indicada para vivir en un
India, su vida pasada en el partido Dem6crata Cristiano de
"Yo habia leido los escritos mundo y la mia. Me di cuenta de su pais y particip6 en una cons- paraiso, no pienso intentar
de Tom£g Merton y hasta que me estaba mostrando el piraci6n para raptar al General reconstruir Solentiname. Antes
traducido alguno de sus libros, fuerte lazo entre la vida con- Anastasio Somoza. Posterior- de ello debemos construir una
por ello le escribi pidiendo templativa y la vida real del mente el padre Cardenal decidib democracia en Nicaragua,"
admisi6n en la trapa. Cuando mundo fuera," comento el padre llevar a la practica el sueflo de anadi6.
Miami, Florida/ THE VOICE I Friday, December 30,1977 / Page 19
Ano Nuevo y... Aiio Santo Arquidiocesano
Este domingo primero de el Sefior," y recuerda que "Este sentido comunitario y nuestra pronto se nombrara a un
Espiritu,"dice Mons. McCarthy.
enero da comienzo el Ano Santo ano celebraremos nuestro propio llamada a ser pueblo de Dios, a sacerdote para coordinar las
Ano Santo, al observar el 20 traves de Cristo y del El arzobispo inform6 que actividades del Afto Santo, asi
Arquidiocesano anunciado en
meses anteriores por el aniversario de la Arquidi6cesis". como un comite formado por
Arzobispo Edward A. McCarthy. "Ojal& sea un aiio de representantes de las diversas
renovada dedicacidn a nuestras culturas y areas de la
En su mensaje para ano nuevo el Arquiditfcesis.
arzobispo envfa a todos metas comunes de crecimiento
"calurosos saludos y estimulo en en fe, oraci6n y amor, en nuestro Segun qued6 anunciado en
meses anteriores el Aiio Santo
incluira varias etapas de
"reflexi6n, disce*rnimiento y
celebraci6n,"comenzando en la
Cuaresma. La primera etapa
S£a 30 OE
invitara a todos los fieles a
reflexionar por grupos, familias,
parroquias... sobre los temas
DICIEMBRE de:vida de fe, de oraci6n, amor
DE 1977 cristiano, sentido comunitario y
VjPERlODICO CATOI.ICO ARCHIDIOCESIS DK MIAMI ^ sentido de misidn. La segunda
etapa, en Pascua sera tiempo de
discernimiento sobre la reflexi6n
anterior, y formulaci6n de metas
pastorales para los pr6ximos
10,000 Biblias cinco afios. Todo culminara en
una gran celebracibn en Pen-
tecostes, quizas con una
Uegaron a Cuba demostraci6n masiva en el
Orange Bowl, y compromiso
colectivo a Uevar a cabo las
SANTIAGO DE CHILE— impresibn de los libros. La metas y los compromises
(NC)—Fuentes eclesiasticas en escasez de papel en Chile y el tornados.
Santiago han confirm ado que un empeoramiento de las relaciones
cargo de 10,000 Biblias y Nuevos con Cuba en 1973 con el golpe de
Testamentos Uegaron a Cuba y estado por la Junta Militar, junto
fueron distribuidas entre con la falta de transporte,
cat61icos, despugs de varios retrasaron el envio del regalo.
retrasos. Imprentas espaftolas ayudaron
Las mencionadas fuentes finalmente en la produccidn de Sergio Ortiz abraza a su hija Lydla
informativas comentaron in- las copias. de 7 afios, despu6s de la ceremonla
formes de que durante una Un profesor de un seminario de su ordenacion al dlaconado
reciente reuni6n con lfderes en Chile, el Padre Pablo Richard, permanente, junto con clnco com-
p-eJestantes en Kingston, afirmb a su regreso de una visita pafieros, los primeros hispanos en
Jamaica, Fidel Castro habia a Castro que el dirigente habia reclbir las ordenes en Brooklyn.
pedido "el mayor numero posible pedido las Biblias.
de biblias para distribuir en las En 1969, la Sociedad Bfblica
iglesias en Cuba." Protestante, envi6 un cargo de Mensaje de Pablo VI, dia mundial de la paz
Estos y otros comentarios Biblias a Cuba, desde el Canada.
sobre cristianismo y socialismo
ministros protestantes de U.S.A.
que recientemente visitaron la
Este inclufa una Biblia por cada
10 miembros de la Iglesia.
Anteriormente, los obispos
chilenos habfan investigado la
"Quien decide por la paz,
isla como una nueva apertura a
la religion, y a pesar de las
restricciones de la nueva cons-
posibilidad de envios, pero
abandonaron el proyecto al
averiguar que s61o se admitirlan
200 copias. El cargo de las 10,000
decide por la vida"
CIUDAD DEL VATICANO— el mandamiento "no mataras...."
Biblias comenz6 a llegar a Cuba (NC)—El Papa Paulo VI, que "Con nuestra confianza en el
Cuando Castro visito Chile, al hace dos aflos. patrocina el Dia Mundial de la de la paz, no una paz fundada en
comienzo del gobierno de el poder de las armas ni en la ministerio de la medicina
Paz el 1 de enero con el tema "No depositamos tambien nuestra
Salvador Allende, representantes Durante su reunidn en el mes a la violencia, si a la paz", ex- violencia institucional de algunos
eclesiasticos de Chile obtuvieron de octubre con dirigentes regimenes politicos, sino en la confianza en el ministerio de la
plica en su mensaje la absoluta paternidad, en la maternidad
permiso del mismo Castro para eclesiasticos, en Kingston, Castro necesidad de la paz, lo absurdo de justicia y la libertad. Esperamos
enviar 5,000 copias del Nuevo respondid a preguntas sobre que las ensefianzps de PIo XII y sobre todo, que extiende
la guerra, la bajeza de la amorosamente su manto
Testamento y 5,000 copias de toda control estatal de la educaci6n, violencia, y el derecho a la vida de Juan XXIII continuen ins-
la Biblia para distribuci6n entre afirmando que aunque el estado pirando la sabidurfa de los protector sobre la vida naciente.
del niflo por nacer. Siguen ex- Por lo mismo reprobamos todo
catolicos cubanos. Sus obispos se opone a la educaci6n religiosa tractos del mensaje: hombres de estado".
habian reportado escasez de en la escuela, las iglesias pueden "Concomitante con la intento contra la vida humana y
materiales religiosos. enseflar a nifios y j6venes sus "La paz no es un sueflo guerra, es el fen6meno de la hacemos un llamado a quienes
doctrinas para que estos "tengan idealista. Debe ser y es una violencia premeditada o im- tienen competencia, para que se
El Cardenal Raul Silva de realidad dinamica como el pan esfuercen en prohibir el aborto
Santiago Ievant6 10,000 d61ares la opci6n de aceptar o rechazar pulsiva, que golpea con calculada
una religi6n determinada, y lo que nos da vida.... Es el equilibrio sorpresa a la ciudadania.... Esta provocado. El vientre de la
entre amistades y obtuvo una en movimiento que infunde madre es tambign cuna de la paz,
contribucibn de 5,000 ddlares del hagan basados en persuasi6n y no violencia criminal se deriva de la
imposicidn." energia al espiritu y la acci6n del decadencia de la conciencia porque quien se decide por la paz
Vaticano como ayuda para la hombre: es valor inteligente". y se opone a la violencia, se
moral, abandonada a si misma,
"El anhelo de la paz gana penetrada de pesimismo que decide por la vida".
Arz. Sanchez a presidir fuerza en la conciencia de la
humanidad, anhelo atado a la
idea de progreso, a la vez signo
mata la honestidad y el amor
noble y leal al pr6jimo.
"Una palabra a los nifios,
sector vulnerable a la violencia,
Comite Asuntos Hispanos de unidades de la raza humana,
como lo demuestra la con-
"No podemos cerrar los ojos
a la triste realidad de la guerra
localizada que todavfa ruge en
tambi&i promesa de un mafiana
"La nifiez debe aprender que
WASHINGTON—(NC)—El ferencia en 1975 de Helsinki y la
pr6xima asamblea de las varias regiones del globo. En es vanidad nociva creer que
Arzobispo Roberto Sanchez de muchas otras partes existe la rifiendo, peleando y dando rienda
Santa Fe, ha sido nombrado Naciones Unidas sobre el
desarme, ademas de muchos posibilidad de conflictos ar- suelta a la ira significa ser mas
'chairman' del Comite Ad Hoc mados, porque no se han logrado fuerte que los demas. La for-
para Asuntos Hispanos, an- esfuerzos, grandiosos unos,
humildes otros, en favor de la soluciones justas a problemas de taleza viene del alma, de una
teribrmente conocido como geograffa o de polftica". conducta noble y
Comite para los Hispanos. paz".
"La causa de la paz se refleja autodisciplinada, que perdona a
"Alentamos la esperanza de quienes nos ofenden.... De modo
que pueda evitarse el en la causa de la vida humana
El Arzobispo Sanchez tiene 43 misma. La paz debe alzarse no que cuando los nifios lleguen a
aflos y fue el primer hispano de la desesperado recurso a las armas, adultos, cambien la manera de
que hoy como nunca son sdlo en los campos de batalla sino
nacitin elevado al rango de ar- en todo campo donde transcurre pensar y actuar del mundo. 4N0
zobispo; tambien es el primer criminales y destructivas fuera somos todos hermanos, miem-
de toda razon. La conciencia del la existencia humana... Honor y
hispano al frente de dicho comite. gratitud a quienes hacen de la bros de la gran familia humana?
mundo se horroriza de pensar 4N0 estan todos los pueblos
que la paz mundial no sea sino ciencia y elarte de la medicina su
Sucede al Obispo James profesi6n, como guardianes de la obligados a unirse y establecer la
una tregua entre conflagraciones paz? Queridos nifios, os ben-
Rausch de Phoenix, que desde incontrolables". vida.... Esa vida humana que es
agosto preside el comite para sagrada desde el momento de su decimos, repitiendo la consigna:
asuntos de agricultura. "Queremos expresar con No a la violencia, si a la paz".
Arz. Sanchez todo vigor lo absurdo de la guerra gestaci6n, tambien protegida por
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