Adelaide Southern Cross in Adelaide, South-Australia
6 Jun 1947

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6 Jun 1947

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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - June 6, 1947, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia radio replies continued from previous Page new testament use the Sabbath wherever referred to in the new testament always Means the seventh Day or Satur Day. It does even in those passages that mention it Only to insist that christians Are not obliged to observe it As when St. Paul wrote in Coloss. Ii 16, let no Man judge you. In respect of the Sabbath Days which Are a Shadow of things to the Sabbath ranked with Many other ceremonial elements in the jewish religion which had value As types and which had served their purpose and lapsed when the fulfilment of preparatory Judaism came in christianity. Puritan invention Mark Xvi 9, simply refers to sunday As the first Day in the week. He did not Call it the Sabbath. That is True. But As i pointed out to you last week catholics Call the first Day of the week sunday. They Don t identify it with the jewish Sab Bath As if it were but the jewish Sabbath transferred to sunday. Even Martin Luther Calvin and other Early protestant reformers taught that the Sabbath was simply Abro gated in christianity. They were the English puritans who first identified sunday with the Sabbath and the Westminster confession of Faith Popularised the innovation in 1647. You must ask protestants to defend the idea that the old jewish Sabbath is to be observed by christians on sundays not catholics who do not hold that doctrine. Matt xxviii 1, says that Christ Rase on the first Day of the week. He Calls the seventh Day the Sabbath. That is True. No one disputes it. But it has no bearing on the question As to whether or not christians should observe saturday instead of sunday. St. Luke s teaching the Book of Luke was written 28 years after Christ ascended into heaven and he says Xxiii 56 that the women rested on the Sab Bath Day according to the commandment. Though St. Luke wrote 28 years after Christ ascended he does not say that the women rested then on the Sabbath Day according to the commandment. He is describing what happened 28 years earlier whilst the body of Christ was still in the Tomb and before his resurrection. As the Christian Church was not finally commissioned to commence its work until Pentecost sunday the jewish Law still obliged at the time of which St. Luke wrote. But the rest on the Sabbath which was according to the commandment then would not have been according to any commandment binding on christians 28 years later at the time St. Luke was actually writing. Was sunday sacred St. Luke adds that on the next Day the first Day of the week they came to the sepulchre. That bears out what i have said. Obviously that did t happen 28 years after the ascension. He did not consider sunday As a sacred Day. It want then. Therefore St. Luke could scarcely be expected to describe the first Day of the week then As it was later to become. When years after he wrote his gospel St. Luke wrote the acts of the apostles and described the conduct of christians in those later years he said on the first Day of the week when we were assembled to break acts xxx 7. The eucharist was the Central act of worship proper to christians and their assembling for it on the first Day of the week or sunday shows that St. Luke knew quite Well that at that time sunday was considered by christians to be a sacred Day. There we must leave things for the present. Your further difficulties Well discuss next week. Are you entertaining for tour next party or function hire tour requirements from i the hiring specialists. 2142 21.1. Rundle St., Adelaide Garden parties wedding and communion breakfasts. Cooke & Wallis Ltd. Caterers so Carrington Street Adelaide. Socials and balls catered for. Banquets a specially. Fiona 8208 for quotas and inform tuition. Divorce for Italy Doe to catholics carelessness in Italy s new Constitution of the principle of the Indi solubility of marriage was rejected last week because 35 Christian Democrat members of the Assembly were misled by communist tactics. Relying on the communists to vote on their Side the 35 were absent when the secret ballot on the ques Tion was taken. The communists voted the other Way however and the Christian democrats were Defeated by 194 votes to 191. The communists had in fact campaigned for the legalisation of divorce. The Christian democrats campaigned against the inclusion of the Lateran facts in. The new Constitution yet in the end had voted for them. It is pointed out that the communist attitude on the first occasion captured Many votes in the recent sicilian elections. This ballot on marriage took place after these elections. Altogether the communist socialist action St bloc polled nearly 591,000 votes in Sicily thus becoming the most powerful group in the Assembly there. The Christian democrats be came the biggest single party by winning 19 of 71 seats with a total of 399,182 votes. Family group no. 22. Or. And mrs. F. Schultz and family of Monteith. Standing Rachel Biddie Mollie Joan Nell Ciss Nora Annie and Frieda. Seated Alice or. Schultz Bill mrs. Schultz and Carrie. This photo was taken a number of years ago. Most of the family Are now married. Carrie is a sister of St. Joseph. Bill served in the . Trends in Germany communist stocks slump London May 19.the Christian social party now holds a Clear Lead All Over the French zone of Germany following yesterday s elections for the assemblies in the zone s three "t.nnrle1"-" j raft constitutions submitted to referendum at the same time were accepted. The number of seats held by each party in the three states now stands As follows Baden Christian social party 54 social democrats 13 liberals 9 and communists 4. Wurtemberg Christian social party 34 social democrats 12 liberals 11 communists 5. Rhineland palatinate Christian social party 47 social democrats 34 liberals 11 communists 6." in the first two states the Chris Tian social party has a Clear majority Over social democrats liberals and communists combined. Voting for the communists fell heavily compared with the elections for the provisional Assembly in november last year. There was also a slight fall in the Christian social party vote. Rhineland palatinate where the Christian social party had a smaller majority also voted in a referendum on denominational schools. By a slight margin the voters decided to replace the present system of Sepa rate denominational schools by the Type of mixed schools found in other parts of Germany where Catholic and protestant children Are separated Only for religious teaching. Abstentions for the whole zone totalled spine 30 to 40 per cent. Royal purple Para and extra dry Solero no debt on new Atlantic House new Atlantic House apostleship of the sea club and Hostel for seamen in the Centre of Liverpool will be paid for by the time it is completed at the end of the year or Early in 1948. This state of affairs is made pos sible by a second gift of �10,000 from the King George fund for sailors of which half has been handed Over and the remaining �5,000 will be paid when the new building is ready. Divorce is smashing society archbishop s warning Jar diff May 13.preaching in St. Benedict s Church Ketty near Swansea archbishop Mcgrath of Cardiff warned the extent of divorce in Britain As shown by the figures in recent years is alarming. It Means society in this country will disintegrate. That is what has happened in every country that has Al Lowed divorce to pointing to the difficulties when the marriage Union is purely a Natu ral one the archbishop said that the divorce figures Are not surprising. Outside the Catholic Church in this country he asserted religion was fast decaying. Judging non catholics in this country in so far As they have come within my Purview i have to say this that they Are rapidly ceasing to be christians. The number of the non baptised is mounting by leaps and Bounds. The Point can and will be reached when the vast proportion of the people outside the Church will not have been christened or when that stage is reached the archbishop continued men and women will still marry but they will have Only the natural strength of love to hold the Bond and that will not suffice. Marble Morgan s works to your advantage to inspect oar Stock. All work guaranteed. Head office i Victoria Square. Lowest prices in Adelaide. Carmel of the eucharistic heart of Jesus Glen Osmond. The association of the perpetual lamp of our lady of mount Carmel has been established. Members share in the prayers and privileges of the entire order. Subscription 1/ yearly life member ship �1. Brown habits at our lady of mount Carmel for the dead always ready. Benediction sunday and first Friday 4 . Phone y 6428

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