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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Episcopal priest ordained at84 Colo. R'hen Francis Wolle was made a perpetual deacon of the Epis- copal church almost a decade he thought his religious HENRY UNRAU Mennoiiites welcome new pastor Induction services for a new Mennonite pastor in Lethbridge have been scheduled for 7 p.m. Sunday at the Lakeview Men- nonite Brethren Church. Henry and Jennie Unrau from Mission City. arrived here August 20 -with their five chil- dren. Mr. Unrau spent 12 years in the department of evangelism at Briercrest Bible Moose Sask. He has also served four years as pastor of a Baptist church in Prince and as British Columbia director of the Cana- dian Sunday School Mission for eight years. During the absence of a regu- lar pastor. Lakeview Mennonite services have been co-ordinated by Coaldale Henry Nikkei. I ministry was fulfilled. at I the age of 84. he has been or- dained a priest. extremely pleased and gratified and I hope I can live up to such a high said Father Wolle after celebrating his first mass. Bishop William C. who was once a student of Wolle's at the University of said be believes the retired English professor is the oldest man ever to be ordained. Father Wolle is assigned as an assistant at his own St. and will continue his work in visiting hospitals and nursing homes and making house says his Rev. A. B. Patterson. Wolle has a beautiful ministry to the people in hos- pitals and nursing homes which can be helped by his ability to celebrate the eucharist and minister in a priestly said Father Patterson. being able to administer communion will make a differ- ence to agreed Father Wolle. who also plans to preach one sermon or more each month in his parish. Father Wolle said his interest in church work really only be- gan after he retired from the university. Before that. was one of those awful people who went to church only on Christmas and CENTRAL I CHURCH OF CHRIST I X23 11th St. S. J. R. Mini.ter Mr. D. Organist AN 3ZM774 Family Service a.m. service for adults S.S. Classes for Evening Service p.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 7203 4 AVE. S. SUNDAY TRUTH That School Sendee WEDNESDAY Meeting READING ROOM p.m. Open Sat Lethbridge couple join translators A former Lethbridge res- Ftaser Edwards and his have been accept- ed as members of the Wycliffe Bible Translators. The couple expect to serve in a missionary business adminis- tration capacity. They will be assigned to a field after com- pletion of a Wycliffe jungle camp training course in Mexico in October. The father of two Mr. Edwards is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 3602 Redwood Lethbridge. His wife is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy 1716 23rd Street S. The couple are members of the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination. Wycliffe Bible Translators work among some 560 tribal groups around the re- ducing u n w r i t ten languages into a written and trans- lating Bibles into these lan- guages. THE LETHIRIDGI H I R A I D RELIGION Mormon temple marks 50 years of service Fifty years of spiritual ser- vice to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be completed Sun- day by the Alberta Temple at Cardston. Now undergoing extensive in- terior the temple authorities marked the anniver- sary with a celebration early in August. President Nathan E. First Councillor in the First Presidency of the LDS Salt Lake address- ed a gathering attended by 350 persons. nothing in the LDS Church is as little understood by the general public as the or- dinance work connected with the or what transpires behind temple says Mel- vin high councillor o the Lethbridge Latter-day Saint Stake. Every LDS member In good standing on reaching enter the temple to participate in ordinance work Morning meditation performed says Mr. Jub- ber. Mr. Jubber explained this work is essentially courses of instruction relating to man's existence before be came to this earth dispen- sation of the the mean- ing of Jesus Christ's sacrifice and the story of the restoration of the Gospel. The edifice was dedicated Aug. 1923 with a prayer by Keber J. president of the LDS Church at that time. The temple was only a dream in the minds of a small com- pany of Mormon immigrants who arrived in Lees Creek on June Mr. Jubber ex- plained. Land had only been sun-ey- ed as far as the south bound- ary of the Blood Indian so the pioneers squatted on the open prairies near the present location of the Town of Card- ston. The townsite at that time was the homestead of their Rev. Frank Lee and Rev. Derek Hoskin pause in the garden courtyard nt St. Augustine's Anglican Lethbridge. 'Still small voice' calls men to ministry Victoria youth go beyond abyss Latin hymns mav return CASTEL Italy Pope Paul said he is considering making Latin hymns mandatory' once again in the mass for the Roman Catholic church around the world. The pontiff said there was mounting pressure on him to do so. Vatican sources said many favored this idea as a symbolic gesture of unity for the world's Catholics. Latin was abolished as the mandatory language of Catholic services about six years ago. By NOEL BUCHANAN Herald Staff Writer What convinces a man he should wear a dog-collar and care for an individual's spiritu- al still small voice of the Holy answers Rev. Frank the new pastor at St. Augustine's Anglican Lethbridge. Mr. Lee takes up parish du- ties in Southern AJberta after three years as minister at St. Leonard's on the Ilill Angli- can Red Deer. Previously he served at St. Coburg. St. Bloor as a chaplain for the department of of Ontar- and at where ho com- bined pastoral duties with a chaplaincy role among armed forces personnel at CFB Akask. FACTORS and reason are both important factors in life. I like to think of emotion as one of God's ways of speaking in the human Mr. Lee said in an interview. God has also given us grey matter and He expects us to use reason. Perhaps the way we allow emotion and reason to influence our lives reveals our measure of Mr. Lee completed his theo- logical training after several years in the business world. He was near 30 when he returned to school at Waterloo Lutheran University to complete his bach- elor of aits. he obtained a bachelor of sacred theology from Trinity Toronto. think of the Christian ex- perience in a 'right now' Mr. Lee said. Acknow- ledging most Christians have some emotional point of de- cision during their he cau- tioned against letting saw- dust become the criteria of Christian experience. VALLEYS lias a lot of Mr. Lee said. too often Christians fail to stop and lis- ten for the still small voice of God directing in their Mr. Lee said it is hard to de- fine just at what point the full presence of God and Christ be- come real in an individual's life. The important Mr. Lee is reaching a point of acknowledging this presence and basing one's actions on God's motivation. Mr. Lee says he has never been approached by a high school student about the pros- pects of the ministry as a ca- reer. he noted an in- crease in theological candi- dates enrolled at Trinity Col- lege last year Most candidates for the min- istry seem to be older Mir. Lee people starting second careers after trying their hand in other areas of professional or business life. He expressed preference for this kind of candidate who has had a broader exposure to life. was an insurance salesman before going into the Mr. Lee explained. had an Anglican attended Sunday school and was con- firmed. There was a time of doubts and questions. I talked about the ministry with my wife and came to a place where I was convinced of God's call. I can't envisage myself now as anything else but a Margaret his cares for three children who com- prise the family. Assisting with the ministry at St. Augustine's will be a recent graduate of Wycliffe Toronto. Derek assistant min- is the son of Rev. J. A. E. Dean of Athabasca. This is Mr. Hoskin's first par- ish duty upon completion of training. Who WiU Inherit WE WORLD TOMQMOW Catholic women meet at Edmonton EDMONTON The Ca- tholic Women's League of Can- ada has been assured by fed- eral Health Minister Marc La- londe that abortion as a secon- dary method of family plan- ning is not government Molly national CvvL .ot Wilt There Be a Htotftf LEFT to we truly riving in what could be the end of Many leaders think so. Are there any options Sherwin McMichael will show you a unique point of view that you may not hava thought of before. You are personally Invited to hear an exciting speaker from Ambassador College proclaim the happy news of World Two hen In your own area Don't miss... SHERWIN MCMICHAEL Program sponsored by Otunh oKhdand Ambassador CRESCENT HEIGHTS HIGH 1019 FIRST HW ALBERTA AUGUST 25 and 26 8PM DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES a continuing memorial Ph. 327-5322 or 327.2735 PLACED IN PRISONS DIAL-A-THOT 327-4581 SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720-21 S. Donald R. Evangtliit Bible Study a.m. a.m. and' p.m. p.m. For information and Home Study 328-0972 or 328-0855 EVERYONE WELCOME 4 4 said this week. In her annual report to 200 delegates of the 53rd national convention.' Mrs. Boucher said she expressed the organiza- tion's concern at the ap- parent increasing acceptance of during a meeting with federal ministers last June. Pro-life petitions bearing 000 signatures were presented to Justice Minister Otto Lang during the visit. STATUS Mrs. Boucher said Mary Mat- thews of na- tional first has been appointed by federal Labor Minister John Munro to the women's advisory council to guide the govern- ment's implementation of the report on the status of Mrs. Matthew would provide unofficial liasion between the council and the CWL. A survey conducted through the CVVL magazine is galfter- ing opinion on the role of wo- men in the church and society and the results will be pub- Mrs. Boucher said. Mary Dobell of na- tional church life en- couraged delegates to develop programs to absorb the handicapped into the litur- The five-day convention Charle Ora Card. divided the property Into 80- acre blocks with 99 feet wide streets between them. The 80-acre block on the highest elevation was given to the LDS Church. Mr. Card hop- ed some day the main church building of the community would be erected Mr. Jub- ber explained. On July in the pres- ence of about members and Joseph P. who at that time was president of the church dedicated Tab- ernacle Square as the temple site. The temple and retaining wall is built of light grey granite from quarries at B.C. Foundatons are 32 feet deep in some 12 feet wide at the base. The main structure follows a Maltese Cross being 118 feet square. VICTORIA Once a high priest Mark Fe- doruk and the select group he 1 heads go the into the world of metaphysics. Nipping past the abyss ac- tually involves going into the back room of Mr. Fedoruk's bookstore here. Not that it's your average bookshop. Mr. Fedoruk's stock in trade matches his backup ranging from tarot card read- ing through magic and wiz- ardry to witchcraft and ghosts. There are usually a lot of young people waiting in the for Mr. Fedoruk to talk to read to inspire them. Mr. a 23-year-old with flowing leads the way past the scarlet curtain dividing the store from the inner sanctum. The walls of the room are painted red and lined with that have been painted black and reflect nothing. The single window is a stained glass presentation of 'woman. There is an altar opposite the stained glass window and in the centre of the floor is a witches' circle with symbols from the witches' alphabet. Mr. Fedoruk sits at a small table and lights a candle and some incense. But this is a dry run. No sifting through abysses today. a partial explana- tion of why he does what he does. He says he wasn't al- ways a high priest. worked in department stores. I was a hairdresser for three I worked in a mill three I worked in a newspaper office piling pa- I spent a little time in the I did I worked as a lineman all in this of His statements are inter- spersed with quotes from the Bible Ying-Yang theory and Kahlil Gibran. resily feel thst all the people around me are here to remind me of times and per- sonalities he says. we use only five per cent of our brains now and we ran see all of he his arms sweeping out to en- compass the room in its shad- ows and think what we could see if we use the other 95 per cent. we the five per cent we use goes into a mem- ory It is the total recall of this lifetime that shows up in another lifetime as a deja vu And then he began to talk about the patterns of the stars in the and the dream and overlapping reali- and the astral and book sell- er's stock in trade. ESKIMO INFANT BAPTIZED BATHURST N.W.T _ it had been two years since the last minister visited and eight years since the priest moved away. So last month when an English clergyman arrived at this tiny Eskimo community 25 miles above the Arctic Circle to do some bird watch- the 20 residents won- dered if he would baptize their newest arrival. Rev. John Stott of All Saints and chaplain to Queen Eliz- abeth did not mind at all. The date was July 1. celebra- ted as Canada's birthday. Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 1509-29th Street So. REV. HENRY UNRAU School Service Service for New Pastor THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue S. Corps Officers MAJORS THELMA M. CORNER JOAN M. PIERCE School Worship Service WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME SPECIAL BIBLE STUDY THURSDAYS r p.m. Lethbridge Independent Baptist Church For Information Phone 328-3257 1714 14th Ave. South to p.m. Church of the Nqzorene Ave. and 16lh St. S. 327-8827 REV. R. 6. DEASLEY Minitter Ret. 327-4786 SUNDAY SERVICES School for all ages Worship Service MIDWEEK SERVICES AS USUAL A Friendly Welcome Awaits You Hear ROIV DE PRIEST A. man who rode with the Hell's ond Disciples gangs like the young of thii generation had tormented with the lack of love and understanding who looked up from bottomless pit of life and found that God has the Aug. 26 7 p.m. Monday Ihru p.m. Sept a.m. and p.m. CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE Corner 5th Ave. and 13th St. South ;