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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Fall Peter and Paul Catholic Church is holding its annual Fall Festival Among the festivities planned is an auction at which time this 1976 Cadillac being guarded by Michael Dustin Hungerford and Stephanie will be sold to the highest bidder at 4 A barbecued beef and sausage dinner will be served from 11 to 6 and other activities feature games and drawings throughout the Live entertain ment will include Mariachi Cardenas and Oma and the A plant sale will begin Fri day and will run through Sunday at Marys Religious articles will be sold Saturday and Sunday after all church services in the Flanagan Proceeds from the festival will help pay for the recent air conditioning of the Photo by Frances Songwriter Card to perform at Cornerstone Michael Card will appear in con cert on Oct 29 at in the Cor nerstone Church in San Antonio Sparrow recording artist Card has recently become well known for his musical trilogy on the life of Jesus Christ The thnealbum series sings of the the ministry and the final days of Jesus The Final Word is the third album in Cards trilogy of th elife and works of Jesus Christ that began with Known by the Scars and continued with Scandolon With The Final the composer creates a livig tapestry of the birth of Christ by tak ing listeners beyond another account of the Nativity Known by the Scar was about the passeton Card And then 1 What about the Then the theme of the scandal of Jesus Christ came along and that was Scandolon the third part of tht trilogy needed to deal with tbo but 1 didnt want a rvcord that people considered just another album 1 thought about it and con sidered the Gospels approach Matthew and Luke deal with tho Nativity John didnt His prologue deals with the Incarnation the Word becoming flesh 1 decided to adopt Johns Card said He began to study the topic and was surprised at what he found 1 Michael Card realized lhat the Incarnation was a fundamental truth to the first cen tury Christians When Paul writes about it in Ihilipptans he is ac tually quoting a hymn of that It term to argue When the last time we worshipped God because of the Rlory of the Incarnation he Apart from concluding his the Nashvilleborn singer has a more specific purpose lo be a catalyst for listeners to turn to their Its an approach for people whow ant to learn more about the Incarna tion like 1 Its to get people to ask questions What are the implica tions of the Incranation for us as Christians What did Jesus say about It How did it affect His earthly The album isnt suppose to be a definitive but an oportunity to begin searching for the answer So what could have become a typical Christmas album has become much What Im trying to ac complish is to renew the significance of the Incarnation as a key element of helping us understand the nature of Christ an object of adoration and Card said This is not unusual for who considers himself Biblically oriented than musically All of his from 1 Have Decid and KlShaddai to Gods Own reflect the depth of his while retaining his He has a to Biblical yet communicates tin a practical My biggest goal is to write songs that are helpful to people in their walk and he said I share songs about things that Ive discovered help me and 1 hope will help Briefs rrom number of adult courses also are get ting under Thursday morning Bible study will be held from to am hi the parish center Babysitting may be arranged if there is enough interest wlUhavti Halloween party for the children of New All youngsters under the age of 14 are invited to the and organizers hope ween party from to 9 p m Oct 31 There will be games and treats for af Ow fered on Wednesday evenings from 7 lo 8 30 The HCIA program is gelling under way on Sunday morn ings for those inleresled in learning aobut the Catholic faith and consider ing becoming members Sister Maria Grazie will be a guest speaker on she will talk on the Saint Josephs members planning activities Bible classes will be held every Wednesday at 7 Classes will be led by Woody McAllister Evenone is welcome and if rides are call Woody at the 6256830 or heginnint at p m to Marys hall For more information on any of these call Bill Smith at 6251519 Halloween party Saint Josephs 446 hosting study of Book of Job Harold Zirkel will lead an eightweek study of the Book of Job at First United Methodist 572 San The classes will be on Sunday evenings at 6 Moo Tfumjlitful at i Thoughtful to benefit those we produced sool facility and encouraged v our successful Located 615 out of main stream Zoeller Funeral Home presents to the community crisply manicured lawns and Its lovely as 225 has been more ol rglfve caring funeral New Texas Neuhaus to minister at Living Word Church October day awnings at and Tues day evenings at A student may attend ttie session most conve were There will be child care for each ses Charge for the course is Jato deals with human id aw questions about it awacani suffer How can a good God allow such suffering Is there hope Any interested person is invited to The classes will be held in the assembly room in the office Living Word 1254 81 will host Bille Neuhaus at several services next beginn ing Neuhaus is the wife of a businessman and the mother of two She is active in both civic and community affairs and is recogniz ed as one who is dedicated to God and used of Him in deliverance and the needs of the people to be She has ministered in a number of prayer counseled many people and there is a revelation of the word in her The gifts of the spirit are manifested in her Neuhaus will be at Living Word Sunday at 10 and 7 and Monday and Wednesday at The public is invited Living Word is across the street from Canyon Middle Billie Neuhaus Pastor and parishioners pitch in to construct pipe organ for church FORT WORTH AP For the last three the priest and con gregation at Michaels Episcopal Church have been building They have been stringing drilling holes and moving scaffolding as they assemble a pipe Most of the work on the organ is and within a installation of the organs pipes should be com The William Ri the churchs rector and the lirector of the organ said j arts of the organ came from Penn Kansas and He said some of the pipes from Germany date to the 17th A pipe organ is an incredibly com plex and beautiful he There is nothing else like it in the who traveled throughout the United States and Canada building pipe organs before becom ing a priest in the early said their sound quality is superior to that of the electronic The pipe organ can generate sounds so loud that they can almost drive people from the or they can be barely he Risinger said he developed a fascination for organs when he was growing up in When 1 was a small my mom would take me to all of theorgan My mother had a great love for the he Risinger said that before he was old enough to start he had a dream to play a pipe When he started high he became an ap prentice to an organ builder near his home town training he has used in his project at The pastor and volunteers working on the project call themselves the Genesius Guild in honor of Count who is the patron saint of organ he It is a rarity to see an entire con gregation get involved in a project like he Risinger started the project three years ago after contacting friends who build We have an amazing network of organ builders out he They told me I could have the parts 1 needed absolutely free if I came and got He said no money from the parish operating budget went toward building the which is insured for He said church members and people throughout the United States offered to buy different pieces and pipes for the instrument Even though work is not finished on the Risinger the church organist has started playing it during morning worship Martha who is the organist for said she has little experience playing a pipe a school said she is enthusiastic but somesvhat frightened of playing the pipe The organ is such a massive in and Im still learning and experimenting with all of the sound she Before Michaels installed the pipe the church used an elec tronic Kirkpatrick said She said an electronic organs speakers emit piercing compared with mellow tones produced by a pipe Nat who helped do electrical work on the pipe said he spent four months connecting wires to various parts of the It was hard but I enjoyed Im used to this kind of fwork ed in the engineering departments at Western Electric and for years and he is thr oldest member of Michael s The organ has 730 Some are designed to sound like French stringed instruments and Most of the pipes are but 61 are All of the flute sounds come from wooden Risinger An organ pipe produces sound when an electric blower pushed air through the bottom of the Ris inger The air reaches a metal lip in the which causes the pipe to Tuning the instrument is painstak ing as it must be adjusted to the acoustics of the When we got started with our pro our building did not have good We had and carpeting is bad for a church because it destroys hymn Churches have to end up spend thousands ot dollars on a public address Risinger The congregation took the carpeting out of the church and removed acoustic ceiling People though we were because we svould always walk around the building clapping our hands and shouting to see what the acoustics were going to be like for the he Risinger he is im pressed with the congregations will ingness to help with the M The A Upas Entry Blank AMrass Oily Phono Stato Total Numbor of Opat appearing in tho from Oofobor 1987 through Octobor 1M7 it 1 The The OOM Cantos mi start mm each Sunday and run through Friday of eachweck from now through Wurstfest The dates 3rd week arc October October ail aUceJ tht tawspaaei tor you to tad and count each It careful U ONIV the Oaas yau tat that have a copy ot a newspaper in his outstretched to each nawinaar yau tad an adwrtaeiWNt far 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