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Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 9, 1986, Cincinnati, OhioA la i a. up up and away Siste of notre Dame de Namur Mary Ace Weber climbs aboard the Gondola of a hot air balloon april 26, fulfilling a lifelong wish to ride in one. Sister Weber s wish was granted by the Booster club of St. Helen Parish pm ton in Honor of her 50th anniversary As a religious. A former eighth Grade math toasted her flight with Champagne and science teacher sister Weber is Semi retired and provides communion and company for area sick and shut ins. Quot i be flown on planes before but this will be like flying with the Birds Quot she said just before take off. Dayton s own flying nun landed safely and in keeping with time honoured balloon tradition May 9,1986 100 e. Eighth Street Cincinnati Ohio 45202 Xuy names president Cincinnati a stabilizing Xavier University a financial Structure will be the first priority of new president Jesuit father Albert it Iulio. A Xavier a Board of trustees announced the selection of father Jiulio As the institution s 32nd president at a press conference May 3. Father Diulio associate Dean of the College of business administration and professor of management and finance at Marquette University Milwaukee wis., will assume the Post aug. 15. A he succeeds Jesuit father Charles l. Currie who announced his resignation last june after four years As head of the University. Or. Frank v. Mastrianna has served As acting president since father curries departure Jan. 15. The University a bylaws require its president be a member of the society of Jesus. / a father Diulio 43, said one of his first tasks will be to stabilize and strengthen the. Schools financial Structure. Quot Xavier has been operating with Small annual deficit for the. Past few years Quot father Diulio noted Quot i Hope a t to be be in the position where i have to Cut Cut Cut Quot according to development department records Xavier ended the 1984-85 fiscal year with a $43 2,000 deficit. See Xavier Page 2 Mother s Day brings Miracle by Deborah Mccarty Dayton a Nathan Charles Hofmann the first baby born As a result of an infertility procedure that has been approved by the Catholic Church held his first press it conference May 5 at St. Elizabeth medical Center. The healthy five Pound infant born five weeks premature on May 2, was conceived through the tubal ovum Transfer Tot procedure developed at St. Elizabeth Edical Center. For Nathan a parents Chuck and Cathie Hofmann of Trotwood mothers Day came Early. A a he a our Miracle baby a mrs. Hofmann said a Nathan Means a gift from god and he a definitely our Little gift a said or. Hofmann a 34-year-old accountant. Married for seven years the Hofmannn have struggled to overcome infertility for the past five years. They had heard about the Tot program initiated at St. Elizabeth by a medical team headed by or. David Mclaughlin in september 1983, and sought treatment there. Or m sol Smith Chuck Cathie and Nathan Hofmann meet the press to announce the special birth at St. Elizabeth medical Center Dayton. Top i xxi Czyk and the Pope John Xxiii medical moral research and education Center the Tot method eliminates moral concerns associated with in Vitro fertilization methods. Other methods sounded a like Brave new world or 1984 test tube babies Quot or. Hofmann said. A the Tot procedure seemed very natural. It Felt like it Wasny to Man intervening but that god was still mrs. Hofmann 32 and formerly a second Grade teacher in the Dayton Public schools underwent laser surgery to remove blockage in her fallopian tubes. She was then treated with ovulatory drugs to stimulate the maturation of multiple eggs. After the use of Fertility drugs the Tot method provides for egg retrieval and Transfer to the fallopian tube where natural fertilization occurs. The method necessitates natural Intercourse Between husband and wife unlike in Vitro fertilization approaches in which the egg and sperm Are United in a Petri dish outside the wife s body. See Miracle Back Page Rome warns of dangers challenges Vatican City no a religious sects or Cults Are often dangerous but respond to deep human need said a Vatican report issued May 2. Religious sects Challenge he Catholic Church to create More Loving Quot caring communities of Lively Faith and to give More attention to a the experiential dimension Quot of Christian Faith the document said. The phenomenon of sects and Cults should a be seen not so much As a threat to the Church. But rather As a pastoral Challenge a it said. The document said mainstream christians should avoid a naive View of such religious movements but added that a your attitude to sincere believers should be one of openness and understanding not Quot the most immediate pastoral problem ?. Is that of knowing How to Deal with a member of a Catholic family who has become involved in a sect. The report issued by the Vatican a secretariat for Christian Unity was titled a sects or new. Religious movements pastoral the document said it recognized the truth in widespread reports of various a a brainwashing techniques by some sects. It said that a a number of sects and Cults use a highly sophisticated Quot techniques of a social and psychological manipulation to recruit and hold new members. Among techniques it cited were a love bombing by x it other sect members and a a isolation from ones former friends family and other outside influences. Some methods and attitudes of sects Are a destructive of personalities and a disruptive of families and societies a it said. It added a in Many countries we suspect and in some cases know that powerful ideological forces As Well As economic and political interests Are at work through the sects for purposes a totally foreign to a be see Cults Page 6 methodists rap arms deterrence Morristown . No a by unanimous vote april 29 the Bishops of the United methodist Church issued a pastoral letter rejecting any use of nuclear weapons and the entire concept of nuclear deterrence. The leaders of some 9.4 million . Methodists went considerably beyond the critique of nuclear deterrence that the . Catholic Bishops issued in 1983. Related editorial Page 4 the methodist Bishops declared a a Clear and unconditioned a not to nuclear War and to any use of nuclear nuclear blast Over Hiroshima they called nuclear deterrence a the idol of National Security Quot and said the arms race since world War ii has undermined any moral claim deterrence May once have had a even As an interim see methodist Back Page proposed catechism Misnomer by Deborah Mccarty Dayton a the Quot Universal catechism Quot proposed during last year s extraordinary Synod of Bishops May have been an unfortunate Choice of words. Bishop James w. Malone of Youngstown told the Dayton religious educators association May 1. To american catholics such an idea May seem like a an attempt to cram cultural difference into a one size fits a theological garb a the president of the . Bishops conference said. The final report issued by the Synod the first to be made Public since 1971, stressed the need for systematic cat Chesis and said that such a catechism would serve As a a Point of reference for National and regional groups that now prepare catechetical texts. A but its unfortunate the word catechism was used a a Bishop Malone said. A for us that Means the Little volume a child uses to learn the essentials of see Malone Back Page inside this week local news family matters 1 p�?.�. A. Religion special Quot dear Abby Dolores Curran a c 1 what Church can older adult needs boosts nip Wise j offer charismatics Quot focus of Section

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