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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHDRIDGE HERAID Solurlay, Augusl 21, 1971 Priests circumvent rules Rv r.F.OUOK COHNE1.L NEW YORK (AP) Al- though prevented from conduct- ing public worship in SI. Louis whore they work, an audacious land of nev.'Jy onlained Roman Catholic priests have been doing so singing as they They're also keeping up their novel ministry among the young i and (he poor, despite official cc- clesiaslical frowns. "We want lo show there are other options besides jusl walk- ing oul when the in.s-'.ilulion brings says Rev. Jolm T. O'Reilly, one of Ihe new priests ordained in a covcrlly- arrangcd ceremony. Church in Cuba holding its own By GEORGE W. CORNELL NEW YORK (AP) Church life seems to be holding its own in Cuba, and even gaining ground in some cases, although under heavy restrictions of Fidel Castro's Marxist-Socialist government. Tliis is the general picture that emerges from recent re- ports of churchmen from that island nation or visitors to it. "Either there is an increased freedom, or the church is just now becoming uninhibited enough to discover the freedoms that it has had." says Aiyce Hill, a United Methodist mis- sions official, after a 17-day Cuban visit. From tovai (o tuun. she said, "church meetings were held without any difficulty from local authorities." although she heard accounts of some instances of individual harassment and at- tacks on pastors in small vil- lages. In a similar vein, two Chilean Roman Catholic bishops, who njadc a fact-finding four of Cuba, report that the church theie is "the only institution of (be past that lias survived the revolution." They say that despite the rigid limitations imposed on if, and the distrust between the Castro regime and Christians, "the parish communities are stronger now, with more lay participation." Auxiliary Bishop Bernando Ariztia of San- tiago adds (hat (lie Christian message is restricted lo Ihe churches, and can't be preached outside I hem in public places. Apostle's death Saint Peter may liaie been killed during the persecu- tions of Emperor Nero around A.D. 64. According to tradition, he was crucified head down- ward at Jii.s own request, prob- ably in the Neroman Gardens. Biblical measure In ancient Hebrew meas- urement, the length of a span was the distance between the tip of the thumb and Ihe tip of the little finger when Ihe hand IK opened as as il can be. This was approximately nine niches. CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Paslor: Rev. T. W. Roycroft Corner 5lh Ave. and 13lh SI. 5. a Service Service He adds that the development of effective experimental minis- tries requires finding means lo get around official obstacles put in Ihe way. "But il can lie says Brother Richard Pulmesi, a member of Ihe Contemporary Mission, an innovative, three- year-old community wilh head- quarters in n tenement in a run-down seclion of noilh SI. Louis. CARDINAL 'IMPEDES' It is dcnionstratmg "zeal and remarkable success" in serving Ihe inner city, says the reform- boosting National Association of Catholic Laymen. It added in a resolution at its convention here in June that Cardinal Jolm A. Carbcrry, Anchbishop of St. Louis, "continues to impede" Ihe group's effort for needed "relevance and innovation in to- day's priesthood." Cardinal Carberry, who Uirned down a request of the new priests lo celebrate Mass at a St. Louis church June 13, says he did so because of "unan- swered questions" about their preparatory studies and ordina- 1100' However, he says he does not question Ihe validity of the ordi- nation though il was arranged in a manoeuvre to cir- cumvent his disapproval. It took place last Hay 11, n-hen five young members of the group were orda'ned in a ceremony in Cromwell, Conn., bv African Bishop Peter K. Sar- pong of Kumasi diocese in Ghana, who then released them to work in St. Louis. "I never dreamed they would do something like Cardi- nal Cai-berry said afterward in an interview in Uie St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Members of the community claimed he had for three years blocked their ordination in var- ious dioceses. He says he had written some letters raising questions about the group. Under the circumstances, the ordination ceremony was kept secret until afterward, except from a'.fending relatives and close friends. However, the of- i ficc of Bishop Vincent J. Hines j ot Norwich, in whose diocese it occurred, had been notified. BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7lh St. Soulh of Bread School JEWS AND THEIR ADVANTAGE" Win. Blacker Wednesday, Class A Hearly Welcome Await? You Here! Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 1309-29th Street So. H. P. NIKKEt, Co ordinalor Ph. School Service at Bethel Baptist Church Service Unilcd clTort needed lo solve social problems EDMONTON (CP) IU. Tk'v. I a n Ramsey, Anglican Hishop nf Durham, Urilain, says its liinc that theologians, sc'icnlisls a n (I IcdinoloyisLs worked together to solve social problems. "It is by this means that we shall recreale a new scientific, moral, religious arui technological ai the same he said in a lecture at the University of Alberta. Bishop Ramsey said there is a fundamental change in atti- tudes in which science and morality are no longer auton- omous and segregated, and there is a new awareness of the significance of technology. A former chairman of the British commission on religion and public education, Bishop Ramsey said that social prob- lems today provide common ground for these once-separate disciplines to work together. Cliiircli lias big stake in this changing world SASKATOON (CP) The church in a changing and tech- nological is not the "ec- clesiastic d i n o s a u r" people sometime think it is, Rev. A. A. B. Mcorr-, moderator of Ihe United Church of Canada, said here this week. I have yet lo be in a church uliich gives me Ihe impression it is a backwater of contem- porary society." Dr. Moore told about 140 per- sons at a service club meeting that technology is good when it can abolish poverty, and bad when it dehumanizes people, or ;ives some too much power over others 'The church musl helicve in humanity and the sacrcdnefs of the hunvin pcrsonalilv." He said that are a wrl u I Ihe ph> steal v.-nrid and .herefore flic church lias u big stake in changing society. When it comes to music Church said tone-deaf TORONTO (CP) A Montreal minister says that when it comes to taste in music, the church is lone- deaf and has a Lin ear. Ilex' Robert Wallace of Montreal's Mount Royal United Church told the To- ronto conference of Uie United Church of Canada recently that most ch'jrch music is lerrible and inhibits religious develop- ment. "I'm utterly appalled by things I've been asked to NORBRIDGE COMMUNITY CHURCH 1402 8 Ave. N. The Evongelicol Church In Conada PASTORS: N. W. HEEBNER O. PAHl 10M School for all ages Worship Service BRING HAPPINESS AND SATISFACTION INTO YOUR LIFE BY ATTENDING CHURCH THIS SUNDAY! I CENTRAt CHURCH OF CHRIST j 425 1 llh St. S. Mr. D. Moisey, Organist J. R. CHAPMAN, Minister Summer Schedule Family Service a.m. (Worship service for adults S.S. Classes lor Children) EVERYBODY WELCOME stand up and sing on Sun- day he said. Dr. Alex Pallalin, resident composer at Boston College, said church music should pel with it a liltlc needs rhylhm. life and vari- ety. "I hope- (hat in the cul- tural explosion ol the 1960s and 1070s. the church will not be left in a dark cor- ner." CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720 -21st Ave. S. SUNDAY Study Service p Service WEDNESDAY T-.'Jll Study NORMAN F1SK EVANGELIST Phone 328-5781 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4 AVE. S. SUNDAY "The TRUTH That HEALS" Service "MIND" WEDNESDAY Meeting READING ROOM Noon p.m. Open Tues., Thurs., Sat. Church riches given lo help Bolivia's poor LA PAZ, Bolivia (APj A congregation ol Canadian and Spanish priests of Uie Roman Calholic Church in Bolivia has turned over lo Ihe government all of its properties, valued at S100.000, for social improve- ments. The donation was marie hy an Ohlale in Ihe mining city of Oruro, nil miles from La Paz. Rev. Grcgorio Iriarte, head of the order in Bolivia, said the property was given in response to Jose Car- dinal Clemente Maurer's pro- posal that church riches be usrai (o help Bolivia's poor. 1202 3rd Avenue S A. DANIEL GOLDSMITH Minisler Aug. 29, p.m. Film: "MONKEY BUSINESS" Sunday School Service Service DIAL-A-THOT 327-4581 The Church of Saints 1912 lOlh Avenue Isl a p-m 2nd p.m. Slako Conlre-28lh Street 'Ird Wnrd 30 a 00 p m llh Ward 6lh Ave. 'A' nnd 23rd SI. 5lh Ward a lith Ward M ;i p.m. University Word 280B 28lh St. p.m. Urges churches not lo resist Jesus Freaks TORONTO The young people's Jesus nifj ment which began in California ;ind lias spread lo Canada, must not be resisted by clnirches here, ihs moderator of Uie Unilcd Church of Canada indicated in a Rt. Rev. A. n. B. Mortrc said the young people's rmvcmo.nl is seeking experience of life. lie said that the church nnisl he open lo it and said he was "gralcfnl" that Ihe United Church of Canada had provided funds for the side- walk ministry ol l.ho .lesiit, Freaks. Carnation nuirk of niolhrr-love According lo Christian leg- end, the carnation appeared on earlh for Ihe first time when it sprang from the tears shed hy Mary on her way lo Calvary. It became Hie symhol of niolh- cr-lme and. for lii.-il reason, chosen hy Anna as the emblem of Mother's Day. Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you lo lislcn lo the Back lo God Hour Hadio broad- cast, heard every Sunday at p.m. over C1IEC. Hear Ihe dynamic radio minister Rev. Joel Nederhood as he deals wilh today's problems in the light of the authoritative Scriptures. lit addresses you Local services every Sunday at 10 a.m. and 7 p m. The churcl, is located at 2nd Ave. 'A1 Norlli. YOU ARE INVITED :hurch of the Nazarene 9ln Ave. and I6lh Si. S. -Phono 327-S827 REV. R. G. DEASLEY, Minister Res. 327-47B6 SUNDAY SERVICES School Worship Mid Week Services As Usual A Friendly Welcome Awaits 7ou ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISHES OF LETHBRIDGE WEEKEND MASSES DOWNTOWN-ST. PATRICK'S CORNER 4th AVE. anH lOlli ST. 5. p.m. a.m., a.m., a.m., Noon NORTHSIDE-ST. BASIL'S 604 13lh ST. N. p.m. a.m., a.m., a.m., Noon SOUTHSIDE-ASSUMPTION 5405 12lh AVE. S. p.m. o.m., a.m., a.m., p.m. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Ave. and Mayor Magralh Or. Phone 327-6113 Pastor: REV. H. J. JOST a.m.-THE CHRISTIAN EDUCATION HOUR Adult Bible Class "SERIES IN JAMES" a.m.-THE WORSHIP HOUR "WHAT IS A Service "SEVEN GOSPELS" A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL.' 'Bethel "Baptist Church 716 23rd Street North N. CARLSON, PASTOR 10 .30 Worship Worship LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 520 7lh Slreel Soulh REV. W. J. GAMBLE, PASTOR Home of the Sunshine Evangel llonr Listen each Sunday al p.m. C.IOC 1220 K.C. School Wilh Classes for all ages Worship Service of Evangelism Fri. p.m. Christ Ambassador's Youth Service Coming Event Sept. 3, 4, 5. Hev. and Mrs. Harrey Billows of Vancouver will be with us to conduct, "A WITNESS FOR CHRIST CRUSADE "LET'S GROW WITH LETHBRIDGE" N.B. Please use side and back doors during construction. A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU AND A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU Lutheran Churches CHRIST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 416 12lh Slreel Soulh Phone 327-0709 PASTOR HAROLD MARTIN Worship IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Corner 6lh Avenue and 18th Street S. Minister W. f. Scnoepp-Phone 327-4336 Office, 328-6987 Res. School and Bible Class Worship Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd ELCC lllh Avenua and 24lh Streel Soulh PASTOR AlBERT OtSON Service Communion First Sunday of Each Mouth Listen fo (he Lutheran a.m. CFAC Calqarv CHURCH (EPISCOPAL) SAINT AUGUSTINE'S Rector: Rev. R. L. Crisfield, B.A., B.D. Associale Rev. E. R. Doyle, B.A., t.T.H. Organist and Choir Director Mr. Edward Greenwood L.T.C.t. Holy Communion Holy Communion (Nursery facilities provided) Morning Prayer Spnior and St. Monica's Choirs Nursery facilities provided. MIDWEEK SERVICES Thursday, August 26th, Holy Communion ST. MARY THE VIRGIN RECTOR: The Reverend Canon Robert W. Cowan, B.A., UTh. ELEVENTH AFTER TRINITY a.m Maltins a.m. Sung Eucharist for Parish Communion THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA A UNION OF PRESBYTERIAN, WETHODIST AND CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES Moderator: A. B. B. MOORE DR. J. L. PATERSON, Calgary President of Alberta Conference REV. L. BRIAN JONES. Lelhhridqe Chairman, South Albedo Presbytery SOUTHMINSTER 4lh Ave. and llth 51. S. MINISTERS: R. W. K. ELLIOTT REV. A. T. KING Musical Director: Mr. W. M. Woolhouse Organist Emeritus: Mr. A. K. Pulland SUNDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1971 a.m.-COMBINED SERVICE OF ALL CITY UNITED CHURCHES WITH THE REV. L. BRIAN JONES IN CHARGE. Guest KATIE JOHNSON McKILLQP UNITED CHURCH Serving Soulheast Lelhbridge from 15th Ave, and 24th St. S. Minister: Rev. L. Brian Jones, M.A., B.D. Choir Direclor: Mr. H. Vnn Egteren Organist: Mr. J. E. Lanqfard SUNDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1971 Service at Southminsler United Church. FIRST UNITED CHURCH Corner of 5lh Avenue and 13th Streel North Minister: REV. ft. E. (Tedl ESKDAtE Direclor of Music-MRS. DOROTHY GtOCK A1CM, RMT SUNDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1971 Service at Soufhminsler United Church. First Unilcd Church closed. Sunday School Sessions withdrawn until August 25th "A CITY CHURCH, WITH A RURAL WELCOME" COMBINED SUMMER SERVICES First Baptist CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Draw near to God! IN ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 Sth AVENUE SOUTH II Orgonisl: MRS, MARILYN SINCLAIR, A.R.C.T., R M.T. Minister: REV. L. D. HANKIN5ON, B.A. Peaceful Heart Do You OWN LIFE'S EVERYONE WELCOME Go out to live! ;