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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Singing Packs New Texas September 1987 Circusloving priest has Ringling Brothers parish FORT WORTH AP Tigers and grizzly bears rolled by in and elephants moved within crushing distance of the Jack Toner backstage at the Ringiing Barnum Bailey The longtime Catholic priest didnt budge an He smiled and waved at a showgirl atop one of the Circus music played and a clown winked and Father just before the nations largest circus began a recent performance at the Tarrant County Convention Center on its current tour of They say this is the greatest show on but I say these are the greatest people on Toner Toner is a circus He travels everywhere with the cir counseling employees and conducting church services while wearing vestments decorated with a clown on one side and a circus ring on the Each he prays that trapeze ar animal trainers and others per The Singing Packs will be ministering in songs and music at Living Words new 1254 U 81 E on Sunday at iO and This closeknit family together in each singing or playing and their ministry has included church ser revivals and even motorcycle rallies across the Briefs Continued from Page 6 lor children tickets must obt rained from the church office a vj San Autumn or nun a IMU mcniNer Wln Hussion projects First United Methodist day school registration First Methodist Nursery School s vnfj hnliiuii lei thai i whicl feature iirhi trips Presbyterian Church forming congregation I he li esby cr i tun 1 Aliiil i niie oj tin siewesl jn olis i to IlrW III the New i he Presby tii la n Ihii i h i i coriMrs c ctumh o the fustom U eMnansier i inlivMoi is lOIUMllUed o he bible as the of to preaching o ii uu from Mn o Life Itie o Kite 1 1 I A Well 11 Bruce Hoyce uiii I if Heiey the National or World Council of Chur ches Steps to establish the ness con gregation will begin by holding Sun las services tnginmng Sept at p in at Laurel Commum t Koom Jo Laurel Lane in New Braunfels More information can be obtained by calling or VO Calvary Baptist accepting applications Baptist Academy is Applications for thiUjV W sear The academy uses the An derated Christian Fducation lusnculum which Hibie and IK CesMUl CBA is ministry of Bap MM CjmiYh iovatid A I li SI rtlUcatldli lur oir hildren J Iaior Buo at Rivers of Living Water new Christian outreach u i in nan tursriatiun in NIA I uuiiti h liiiit HI n ji 111 nuTlinn at ant each a 7 m pastor o tie ciuircii HIS Ues the plltllc In join him for a message that programs that svill help you be a bet ter person and a place you can get to know people and a place that you are needed and loved Call 6257107 for more information Christian Womens Club hosting luncheon The Christian Womens Club of New Braunfels will host a luncheon on Setp H from 12 M to 2 in at Holi day Inn Cost is 7f and includes the Its Counts Fair Time Winning Feature be High Brehm Hats and Western Blue Rib Un Music svill in Shirley Pfeuf ec ami Kxceptional First Prize Speaker will KOr Barbara Mat a professor at Souttnsest Texas State 1 im ersit Al are no membership is Dress western or casual and resei atlons are necessary Call i2 o or ations A free nufserN will Inprosided call i2v Campbell to head Theological seminary Pa AP The liothrt C or executive officer oi the American Baptist retired ept to become president ol the Baptist Theological in Philadelphia San Fernando Cathedral to hold Papal address in SA i n Pope order Ihe cathedral audience has Ueil selected primarily from among thoe ill Illation at Mllimal les allil ttom mellitnl iif religious orders Ihe pope by parade v lioiil route to ail FerilaiHlo after hi leva1ale evpvcted pre peaiaiue belole the Catholic 1 wiii itu ii li am i I innling san ul the pen lolllo Municipal lie pie pitparing lo join Die w iii gieeled at the cathedral with men ii she Tu Shall Ihele three malol dloCesall Ixule Upon his lilsliie Catholic Mininai iein Texas Holy cathedral Then the cathedral choir Irinity m is coniuMeo with ill sing a song in honor oi ihe I ot Dallas tmients n gin Mai y Ante Tu dur I e i e m a obtain the i i ing winch four cinldfeii will present un leigiaihiate in the Holy Father with Ihmcrs then lieiils as weo a sue allCitj place them at the lift ol Man theological MUilles At I w special Assumption seminal y in Antonio significance lirst localise the church and M seiiiinaiA m Houston celebrating the manon year in Ahd already have honor of the Virgin Mary and also unneigi degi ees may coin because San Fernando Cathedral piete training i all was originally named La de didatcs loi i oi s la Candlaria de i luadalupe a title also l alii 111 hmisi ol lormation winch honored the Virgin while umunii the traditions of the old and new worlds La de la Iandelana is a feast celebrated on Feh to commenuirate the presenla lion of Christ m the temple In Mary Joseph in days after his birth de ciuailalupe com nuiiuirates the appearance of the irkien Mary on the Mill ofTepeyac in Mexico in the Century Alter the special music and presen tation the Holy Father will speak to ihnse gathered about the priesthood and religious life He will give a blessing before leaving the cathedral During the the Pope will wear a special cur rently being made by Sister Uosemary Arce of the Cordi Marian Sisters After his appearance at San Fernando the Pope will depart or our Lady oi Guadalupe where he will address parishioners on the importance of parish life Promises Conlmuid coin Payc 6 unl Sun ttuii in His pttipk His pro iiitsis in io us in uur storms ui lift1 In our liistiiSs in His Hf ll is 1 Dim 1 bo Tin promise given in Isaiah H I is Hut is what thtLord Hi who you He who tunned U Fear or I have redefined 1 have summon ed you by you are When you pass through the 1 will be with you Isnt it also true in the thristian struggle with the storms of life that like call out and ask the Lord to bid us come And when we take the first few steps of faith in Him as being in we take our eyes off Jesus and focus on the dangers around and begin to sink need to like Peter that apart from Christs strength and power we can do and that when we take our eyes off we sink In these we must recall our being buried with Him into death in order just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the may live i Romans 1 i We are to keep our eyes on the reality of Jesus presence in Word and Sacrament and live in this hid den The power that takes away our sin and assures us of His total forgiveness is the same power that goes with us in our lives as we face the trials and temptations He works all things for the good of His people according to His not Like we are to believe His not based on evidence but trusting His which are as sure as His Word which called everything into existence from nothing And whats so assuring in all this is that He will grasp our hands even though we have so little Like the when the storm is we again gather to worship Him and praise Him for His many the life now lived in His presence of Word and Sacrament the life to come in His presence forever when His Word will be writ ten on our hearts so that we will not need our Bibles any You the temporal storms of this world seem insignificant when compared to the promise of eternity in His The words of the familiar hymn express it so what peace we ofen forfeit what needless pain we bear All because we do not Everything in Uod to forming dangerous acts will come through Hes had to conduct one funeral for an aerialisl who was killed in a I love the said the gray haired 73yearold priest as he w atch ed the performers 1 never get tired of Ive seen this same performance at least 500 but 1 always find some little detail Ive Toners appointment to be National Chaplain to Circuses in in was the culmination of a lifelong dream I became enamoured with the cir cus when I was 9 years he He would play hooky from school in his to see any nearby My father never chastised me for skipping because it was he who instilled in me the great love for he Toner When it came time in my life to make a deci I chose the but Ive never stopped loving the circus Kven after being ordained as a priest in Toner attended cir cuses and made friends with owners and he said For 14 he taught Greek Latin and theology at in Conn In I95fc he began working with the ctiur h foreign mission board During that Toner kepi up his circus Another circus the David died during a ni cus performance in 1982 of a heart Toner A com mittee of the National ounvn d Catholic Bishops offered Tunes im Toner eagerly This is ike a typical parish ex cept it is on Toner said Our church services arc ecumenical because there are mat nonCatholics and even atheists th we minister Circus life is grueling lor the per formers and also tor the priest said I like the nomadic h If you dont you couldnt sur Catholic Charities USA offering meetings during the Papal visit Catholic Charities USA will hold its annual meeting in San Antonio Sept Historically open to all persons with an interest in the chur chs role in human services and social justice this years meeting includes a session with Pope John Paul II on Sept 13 The fiveday conference will be held m San Antonios Municipal Auditorium Special conference rates are being offered to encourage the participation of local We welcome those in San Antonio and surrounding areas who share our interest in social ministry to our an nual meeting The meeting promises to provoke interesting discussion of the many issues affecting the role of the Catholic Church in helping to create u more just and humane socie said Rev Thomas ex ecutive director of Catholic Chanties Catholic Chanties USA uses its an nual meeting to reach out and involve members of the local church in its issues and activities Kach the organization draws between 2n and 40 percent ol us annual meeting atten dance from areas near its meeting sue The fiveday registration fee of includes participation in four days of general sessions and specialized issue sessions as well as tahe session with Pope John Paul II Special oneday registrations for Sunday are available for Stki plus S10 CROP is coming November IS For more information call 6256951 or an accompanying spouse All meeting registrants will receive a copy of a commemorative The Social Teachings of Pope John Paul U Speakers during the week will in clude Henry mayor of San Antonio and Congresswoman Mary Rose Topics will in clude welfare services to turit of iii in Vu OiiJitnn IOM Ttti CkmumiMintniU limiiiutiiti aiitl tlie innijurt of Hk IHIS IS muVT CHILDREN We have muni in uur SumLi fur ytMir up 20 Hliith runvviMv even SuiuUv nwniiiiij al For tnuwpurutiuii Friday or mnv al I i7 Eaa Mill HlfeT CJII HCH Of CHH191 AIDS the effect of poverty on women and issues affecting the ethnic Registration will be accepted on siteat theaudtiroum from 11in at the meeting registration desk Special oneday registrations for 13 will be available at the auditorium box office H3 from 10 to BIBLEBELIEVING CHRISTIANS The Presbyterian Church in America will be beginning Sunday night worship with a view to establishing a congregation in the New Braunfels The PCA is a evangelical committed to the Bible as the inerrant Word of If you are looking for a church home where the Bible is honored and Jesus Christ is you are invited to visit with Plata Community Room 300 Laurel Lane 6 PM For info call 6256326 or 6294222 BIBLE CHURCH Were on the move ogoin We ore for work of meeting in Q new 995 Mission Hills Thank you New Braunfels Christian Academy You and your family are welcome to join us for Worship exposition of First Corinthians Childrens Church Christian Education Classes for all A nursery is provided during both Family protection Prearrangement Jieres no doubt a familys greatest emotional lies mprearrange ment of family When when under mental you are not apt to think of all the details neces sary to properly arrange a loved 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