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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                lous focus HeraldZeltunf January 5A Rest to retire Friedrich Rest will preach his last sermon Sunday morning at the First Protestant His after a 10year term as associate takes effect on The title of his to be delivered in both the 8 and is A Cloud of Rest came to New Braunfels following a pastorate in He wrote a weekly column for the Herald consisting of questions and appearing for a and broadcast a Religion in the News segment weekly for eight and a half years over New Braunfels He was involved in noon study lun Womens Fellowship pastoral helping with committee and preaching when The Friedrich and reside at 827 A farewell dinner and celebration is planned at the Civic Center on His last devotional service at Colonial Manor Nursing Home will be on 13 at Sin seen as paradox FRIEDRICH REST Guest speaker set for meeting of Anns The Very Berlin Capuchin Director General of the National Arch Confraternity of Christian is visiting Texas and will be stopping in New Roll will be guest speaker at the Thursday meeting of Peter and Paul Chapter of the Anns Christian The meeting will be at at Knights of Columbus All women of the parrish are in vited to By GEORGE CORNELL AP religion writer Truth often comes wrapped in with whats real depending on its apparent the philosophers This oddity is noted particularly in that old streak in humanity called It would seem to be strictly a a failure of but as theologians see not to recognize it in oneself is to deny even being That peculiarity of the mystery of sin is explored extensively by Pope John Paul II in his recent apostolic exhortation about contending that the modern world has largely lost a sense of But sin is a product of mans he points and for people to deny sin and responsibility for it is to deny free which would be to deny the persons dignity and The restoration of a proper sense of sin is the first way of facing the grave spiritual crisis looming over man he While most of the news reports and discussions of the document issued last month have focused on its call for rejuvenating the use of individual the pope also deals at length with the puzzling nature of The pope say it is at the root of powerful conflicts that make this a world shattered to its very foun dations the trampling of basic the arms race and yawning gap between rich and Yet the pope there also is a driving force in society that seeks to mend the to heal the wounds and build essential unity and peace a reconciliation that can only come by recognizing the wound at the root of all other wounds namely the pope says the prime mortal sin a rejection of God as the supreme end of man also im plicitly rejects the divine seed in human thereby downgrading human life In one John Paul every sin is but in a paradoxical every sin is social since it has social It is always a personal act no matter how much an individual may be incited and in fluenced by powerful external he and blame for it cant be put on such things as systems and This would be to deny the persons dignity and which are manifested even though in a negative and disastrous way also in responsibility for sins com he each in dividuals sin in some way affects he There is no not even the most intimate and secret the most strictly individual that exclusively concerns the person committing With greater or lesser with greater or lesser every sin has repercussions on the whole human the pope says the ambiguous meaning sometimes given social sin leads to watering down and almost the abolition of personal with recognition only of social guilt and John Paul says this weakening of the sense of sin in the modern world has stemmed from a numbing or deadening of peoples moral planted in them and linked to their inherent sense of The pope cites various trends as bringing about this crisis of con including Secularism which advocates a humanism totally without God caught up in the heady enthusiasm of consumerism and unconcerned with the danger of losing ones Modern pscychological methods that avoid creating feelings of thereby placing limits on freedom to the point of refusing to recognize any responsibility for Sociological criteria that blame any faults on society or with the individual declared and also a cultural anthropology that em pahsizes environmental or historical conditioning as causes of the This reduces a persons responsibility to the point of not acknowledging his ability to perform truly human acts and therefore his ability to Special services Jerry and Teresa Wolcson will lead special services Sunday at Living Word 1254 Highway 81 The services will be at and 6 and all in terested persons are Jerry is a former New York City undercover advertising executive and His wife is a former airline flight fashion stylist and pastors Teresa ministers in music and together the couple minister in the gifts of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 733 Cross New 78130 Presents THE FAMILY GODS PATTERN FOR LIVING FILM SERIES with John THE FAMILY GOOS PATTERN FOR LIVING Six tinChristian GODS PATTERN FOR RELATIONSHIPS GODS PATTERN FOR WIVES GODS PATTERN FOR HUSBANDS GODS PATTERN FOR CHILDREN GODS PATTERN FOR PARENTS GODS PATTERN BROKEN DIVORCE AND REMARRIAGE Six week series beginning January 6 in the Sanctuary You are invited to see and hear the BREC HE Marriage Enrichment Film Series FILM 2 The Trouble With Us Is Me January 1985 Nursery Bible Hour provided for children thru 5th grade Church of Christ 1665 Hwy 81 West Any Questions Call 6253520 Take a friend to church with you this weekend Worship at the church or your choice Assembles Da Dioi Spanish Assembly of 255 Commerce Sunday school evangelistic service Saturday Calvary Baptift 566 Highway 81 Sunday school 10 Worship 11 and 6 Wednesday service 7 Church of 1665 Highway 81 Bible classes for all 9 worship 10 evening worship and childrens Bible hour 6 Wednesday classes 7 Nursery Church of Christ of Utter Day 2386 San Antonio Priesthood meeting 9 relief society 9 young woman 9 primary 9 Sunday school 10 sacrament Cross Lutheran Church Missouri J South Hickory and Cross Sunday school and adult Bible 9 worship Easttide Baptist 983 Holly Sunday school worship 11 and 6 Wednesday prayer meeting Elempk Vivo Baptist Garner Clara and Guenther Sunday school worship church training 6 prayer meeting Wednesday 7 it 498 First Assembly of 1687 Highway 81 Sunday school worship and 7 Wednesday service 7 First Baptist 733 Cross Sunday school worship and 7 Wednesday dinner Bible study and prayer service First Church of Christ Scientist 137 Mill Sunday service Sunday school Wednesday service Child care First Church of Jlf In terstate 35 E Sujjday worship 10 50 a 6 p First Presbytajifp Sunday school a fellowship worship 11 flnd 7 gjn First Protect United Qhurch Seguin and Worihip 8 10j3J0 churcfc school 9 First Mfthjdlst Church 67 W San Ctyjctj SchooJ morning wjysbfo 1 m youth ftfjymes Freedom FeJIpwehip Hack worship Igtesia Bethel 385 Sunday and Wednesday Sunday school worship 30 noon Monday prayer meeting Ukesjde Baptist FM Sunday school worship 11 and 7 Wednesday Bible study and prayer meeting 7 Oak Baptist Sunday worship 11 Living Word 1254 Highway 81 Sunday worship 10 and 7 Wed nesday service 7 Mlcelon 129 School Services Saturday and Sunday New Christian Loop Surjdjy worship r church Oakwood Baptist Canyon Middle Bible study worship and 7 Wednesday prayer service 7 Dyr Lady of Perpetual Help 138 Masses Saturday and 8 and 1 1 f Mexican Baptist 2080 San An 9010 Sunday school worship ani 6 Wednesday prayer Tree of Life 125 Highway 81 W Sunday services and 7 Wednesday service 7 Bible Baptist 1235 Ervenberg Sunday school 10 a m worship 11am arid 7 Wednesday service 7 30 p m United Church of 970 Loop Church school worship Fellowship Bible Solms and Sunday school worship 11 and 6 Green Velley Tabernacle 104 Melody Sypdav school 10 evangelistic service 7 Bible study Harmony Baptist 1472 Highway 48 Sunday school worship 11 and 7 Bible study 6 Wednesday prayer meeting Holy Family Cethollc 245 Saturday mass 6 Sunday mass 8 Spanish 10 and 5 New Gospel mite fwm Interstate 35 on FM Sunday school 10 worship 11 and yVgdnesday worship New BraunfeJs Presbyterian 373 Church school VVOjahip SMS and 11 Nursery New Breunfcji Seventh Dey Adventist 2880 San Antonio Sabbath SebOfli Saturday worship 11 Church of 511 North Sunday Bible classes wot ship and 6 Wednesday Bible classes Second Baptist 243 Sunday school worship 11am and 7 Wednesday service 730 Josephs Anglican 185 E Jahn St service 9 1928Ptayer Book St Johns Episcopal 312 S Guenther 8 a Holy a m church school for Jjl parish refreshmajulsrejjk 10 45 a m Paul Lutheran Cross arid Santo Ctore Wtocrtiip fervice 8 broadcast on KNJFliaiio fffl 92 and 1 JSSL CjahsSs 386 7 Masses No sxeninfl Mass ibcaujh Ute Lou Ann ort 1044 in subdivision Sunday worship and Sunday tjjjbol and nursery 10 sendee 7 Tuesday Stop 929 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