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Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Cincinnati, OhioLocal news israeli students visit alter High Page 3 editorial crushing debt can t be avoided Page 4 holy week keeping scripture historically Correct Page 6catholic Telegraph 15�?~hh year no. 13in essentials Unity in non essentials Liberty in All things Charit West Central Ohio edition pril 6. I Woyu lauds martyrs Gregory rust Xavier Myers tit Jesuit father Paul Tipton president of the association of Jesuit colleges and universities who is monitoring the investigation into the killings of Jesuit priests in al Salvador told scholars at Xavier University March 30 that the investigation is regressing. Assassinated salvadorans remembered by Marianne Cianciolo Catholic Telegraph Cincinnati a the usual Joy of an academic convocation was missing from Xavier University March 30 As the Jesuit institution paid homage to the six professors and two women who were slain at its sister University in al Salvador. Xuy awarded honorary doctor of humanities degrees to the Jesuit priests and presidential citations to their housekeeper and her daughter a All killed nov. 16,1989, by rightist salvadoran military gunmen. Xuy president Jesuit father Albert Diulio said the ceremony allowed the University to rededicate itself to the values lived out by the slain jesuits fathers Joaquin Lopez y Lopez Amando Lopez Quintana Juan Ramon Moreno Pardo Segundo Montes Mozo Jose Ignacio Martin Baro and Ignacio Ellacuria the University a president. The women killed a House see al Salvador Page 8 sexism is a sin says Bishops pastoral letter publish 2nd draft of pastoral Washington cons a sexism is a sin that reduces people to objects a to be used or abused at will Quot says the second draft of the . Bishops pastoral letter on women a concerns. Titled a one in Christ Jesus a pastoral response to the concerns of women for Church and society a the draft defends the churches stand against the ordination of women but says this stance and others must not be used to justify oppressing women. It encourages women to participate in All liturgical ministries that do not require ordination. Men and boys it says must be educated to recognize that every form of sexual exploitation is Sintil. A seminarians incapacity to Deal with women As equals should be a considered a negative indication for fitness for ordination a says the draft pastoral which was sent to the . Bishops in late March and was released april 3. The 99-Page draft the second women in the Parish areas of Parish life where a majority of Lay leaders Are women Parish renewal or 7a0/ spiritual growth 0 ministries to sick poor and others eucharistic ministers 60% 85%> Rapai me Parish Council Coo i membership /0 most influential leaders aside from pastors 58% source notre Dame study of Catholic Parish us i g i o Bishop Joseph l Imesch published result of a process of consultation with Catholic women and writing begun by the Bishops in 1983, was written by a committee of six Bishops headed by Bishop Joseph l. Imesch of Joliet 111., with five women con see draft Back Page by Laurie Hansen Catholic news service Washington cons a where the first draft of the . Bishops proposed pastoral letter on women stated Church teachings on the ban on women priests and use of artificial birth control the second draft explains and defends those teachings. Both drafts however make it Clear that Many Catholic women disagree with Church stands on birth control and women a ordination. Analysis the Bishop authors do this by including candid remarks by women who participated in hearings on women a concerns held nationwide in preparation for the writing of the document. Although fewer such remarks Are printed in the second draft than in the first their Impact remains Strong. The second draft titled a one in Christ Jesus a pastoral response to the concerns of women for Church and society Quot was released april 3. It has been sent to Bishops nationwide for amendments. A revised version is expected to be voted on at the Bishops general meeting in november. The first draft a 164 Page document released in april 1988, see analysis Beck Pege action Steps Washington cons a the . Bishops in the conclusion of the second draft of their proposed pastoral letter on women a concerns pledge to act on 25 initiatives on behalf of women. To Foster Equality As persons they pledge to a oppose the a destructive Power of sexism by working to change structures attitudes and misconceptions that perpetuate this a uphold the dignity of women with respect and appreciation for their talents and gifts. To Foster Equality As persons in relationships they pledge to a reaffirm the values of commitment and Fidelity in married life. A emphasise Matuz it parenting As a Means of preserving the family. A defend the right to life for All. A pro Vida alternatives to abortion through compas 8m action Back Page Nasa astronaut . Army Cut. Nancy Sherlock astronaut pays visit to Lehman by Lenore Christopher Catholic Telegraph Sidney a mathematics science and family Are priorities for one of the newest Nasa astronauts . Army Cut. Nancy j. Sherlock who discussed her work with Lehman High school astronomy students March 22. The 1977 Troy High school graduate married in Lima a st. Rose Church became the first army service woman and one of three of the first military women accepted into the astronaut program earlier this year. A it was a dream come True in one phone Call a said the 5-foot Mission specialist a dream that became attainable after the army a minimum height requirement was lowered from 5 feet 5 inches. Her next goal is to be assigned to a Crew and be part of the space station project she said which will probably take about 3 4 to 4 years. A science teachers love me a Sherlock said because her talks with students emphasize science and math. A students Are Lucky to have programs like physics and calculus in High school. Such courses should be appreciated a she said. Sherlock daughter of or. And mrs. Warren Decker of Troy has a degree from the Ohio state University in biological sciences and a masters degree in safety engineering from the University of Southern California los Angeles. She is a doctoral candidate in Industrial engineering at the University of Houston and so Nasa Page 7 merger strengthens religious de addresses needs at Public school by Marianne Cianciolo Catholic Telegraph Cincinnati a a 59-year-old archdiocesan program that teaches Public school students about christianity has merged with a similar program operated by the Council of Chriatian communions of greater Cincinnati. Sister of notre Dame de Namur sister Marilyn kerber director of the Cincinnati archdiocesan religious Edu cation office said the archdiocese combined the Catholic run program called a released time a with the councils in mid March. Begun under Catholic auspices in Cincinnati in 1981, a released time allows students in grades one to six to meet with religion teachers at nearby Oft Campus Sites once each week with the permission of their parents and their principals. The Catholic program has dwindled in recent years however. Sister kerber said. While the program once involved More than 2,000 students in 1989 it had an enrolment of about 110 children from four Cincinnati schools Hayes Vine Street Winton end Windsor. Coupled with the Council the newly combined program reaches 1,700 students each week in 32 schools. Volunteers diminishing the archdiocese a former program had been All volunteers. Sister kerber said. A it is just very hard to find volunteers today. So Many women Are working and if they do Volunteer they usually do it at their own Parish. Principals also Arentt As willing to let children out of regular classes for Reli 8m merger Beck Page sister Marilyn kerber

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