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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 3, 1973 This will be a joyful day . . . guitar band accompanies congregation Toe-tapping guitar rhythms and excited children's voices regularly fill the sanctuary at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Lethbridge. A children's litany is conducted at noon on the fourth Sunday of each month. Sister Mary Jean, a teacher at St. Patrick's School, was active in the initial formation of the service here about two years ago. "Sometimes, parents are a little worried about what is happening here,'' ?aid the parish priest, Rev. J. A. Carroll, at a recent service. "The monthly children's mass allows an opportunity for the youngsters to celebrate their lives in their own way and language. Children are glad to be alive," Father Carroll said. Expressing support for the enthusiastic young musicians, servers and readers participating in the mass, Father Carroll assured parents theis children will mature. "Sometimes we try to give children 'steak' when they are only ready for 'milk.' Let the children worship in their own simple way. They will grow to learn more sophisticated ways when they are older." An 18-piece guitar band strummed a lively musical beat under the direction of Sister Laurette Tessier. Accompanying on the organ was Cathy Gleason. Congregational singing, utilizing an overhead projector for many of the folk-style humns, was led by Barbara Hwozdecki. Readers for the month of January were Lee Boyle, a Grade C student ?t St. Patrick's School, and Teresa Szpenbyk, a Grade 3 student at St. Mary's School. YoiCve held His love . . Sister Laurette Tessier leads singing to restore rabbinate Are you planning on repairing or remodelling your present home - adding a garage - finishing a basement - fencing or landscaping your yard? Your Treasury Branch has the money you need to make your plans work for you. Do these terms suit your requirements? 7. Up to $6,000 maximum on one housing unit 2. Maximum term up to 5 years 3. Interest rale: Loans up to 2 years - ~p.i% Loans over 2 years not exceeding 5 years - 8'/i'lo Talk to your Treasury Branch Manager, today. Our many friendly services make your money work for you fcosur/ Branches d/dlberfa Vegetable oil valid for church sacrament New York Times Service ROME - Any vegetable oil, not just olive oil, may henceforth be used in administering the sacrament of - the sacred anointing of the sick, Pope Paul VI ruled recently. Since early Christianity, olive oil was prescribed for the rite, which was known as extreme unction before the sacrament's name was changed by the Second Vatican Council, held from 1962 to 1965. The anointment of the sick is on? of the Roman Cstho-ic church's seven sacraments, the main channels of divine grace. The other sacraments are baptism, confirmation, penance, holy communion, matrimony, and holy orders. REFORMS Vatican II, hi a series of liturgical reforms, adjusted the ritual of the sacraments to modem conditions. Since the end of the council, the Vatican has issued detailed rules on how various sacraments are to be administered. The new regulations for the sacrmanet of anointing of the sick were also issued as an apostolic constitution, or church law, by Pope Paul. The document recalled a declaration by Vatican II that anointing of l.lic sick "is not a sacrament for those only who are at the point of death." DEFINITION The sacrament js defined in church doctrine as a means of obtaining sanctifying grace for the spiritual and also physical welfare of persons in danger of death because of bodily illness or infirmity. The apostolic constitution explained that many bishops throughout the world had called the Vatican's attention to the fact that olive oil was. unob-ainable or difficult to find in some areas. The papal law said that oil of another kind, after being properly blessed, may henceforth be used "provided it were obtained from plants, inasmuch as this more closed resembles the matter indicated in holy scripture." [lOll seminar at U of L Examination of different religious beliefs has been introduced at the University of Lethbridge. An eight-part seminar entitled Exploration in Belief has been initiated by the chaplaincy counselling service. Meetings have been scheduled for each Friday at noon in Room E740 of the academic residence building. Aimed primarily at students the program is open to all interested per-: sons. Representatives of different faiths address individual meetings. A discussion follows. IDEAS EXCHANGED CALGARY (CP) - Officials from this city and Winnipeg have been meeting to exchange ideas on centennial celebrations planned in the next few years. Winnipeg celebrates its centennial in 1974 and Calgary marks its 100th anniversary the following year. TEL AVIV (AP) - Legend says that when the Old Testament was handed down from heaven, a sword was wrapped in the scrolls. Two men forged by the sword and the Bible are preparing to take over as chief rabbis of Israel. One is a retired brigadier-general, Shlomo Goren, silver-bearded former chaplain to the Israeli defence forces, veteran paratrooper, winner of a sharpshooter's badge, and the man who succeeded in molding ancient Jewish law to suit life in a modern army. The other is Iraqi-born Ova-diah Yosef, who as a rabbinical jucV*e in Egypt 24 years ago opposed the authorities and helped hundreds of Jews escape in a modern exodus to Israel. Goren and Yosef were elected to head the religious establishment by 150 Jewish biblical scholars and politicians who reject the intolerance of the previous chief rabbis toward Israel's secular majority. "Anyone who flunks I am going to cause revolutions is mistaken," Goren said after the election. "I io not intend to deviate one iota from Halacha-ancient Jewish law." But he added he intends to prove that "it is possible to live in modern times in keeping with the law." Yosef said his ambition was to "restore the rabbinate- which has sunk to an all-time low-to its former glory." Goren, 55, a father of three, and Yosef, 52, who has 11 children, are expected to take office in about two months. Goren was elected to lead Israel's Ashkena-zic community of European-born Jews. Yosef heads the Se-phardim of oriental extraction. Goren was considered a child prodigy among biblical scholars. He wrote his first book at 17, and was predicted by Israel's first chief rabbi to be "the wonder of a generation and stand among the greatest of Israel." As chief military chaplain. Goren managed to integrate re- ligious soldiers of the eastern and western communities, whose different customs often led to violence. The rabbi has said he hopes to carry on the integration among civilians. To most Israelis, who are not particularly religious,' the fine points of Jewish law matter little. But the non-religious are e'eeply affected by other issues left unanswered-to their satisfaction-by the outgoing chief MFMI names meeting place A meeting to consider formation of a Lethbridge council of Men For Missions International has been scheduled for Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the El Dorado Motel. The MFMI organization is the laymen's arm of the inter-denominational Oriental Missionary Society. Members contribute to practical foreign missionary support projects including construction, administrative and agricultural work. Rev. Vern Schorr of Nor-bridge Community Church is meeting co-orclinator. HONPA BUDDHIST CHURCH 3611 Forestry Ave. 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School English Sneaker: REV. JAMES H. BURKEY DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES os o continuing memorial Ph. 327-5322 or 328-4565 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS rabbis. Such as: May bastards many? Are conversions by non-orthodox rabbis legal? May public transport and entertainment run on Saturday, the Jew ish Sabbath? And the most divisive of all- who is a Jew? SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720-21 Ave. S. Donald R. Given*, Evangelist Sunday: Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Worship: 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Wed: 7:30 p.m. For information and Home Study Phono: 3280972 or 328-0855 EVERYONE WELCOME i CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 11th St. S. J. R. CHAPMAN, Minister Mr. D. Maisey, Organist "DIAL AN ANSWER" 327-4774 Family Service 10:00 a.m. (Worship service for adults S.S. Classes for Children) Evening Sarvice 7:00 p.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4 AVE. S. SUNDAY 8:15 a.m.-CJOC "The TRUTH That HEALS" 9:30 a.m.-Sunday School 11:00 a.m.-Church Service "LOVE" WEDNESDAY 7:30 p.m.-Testimony Meeting READING ROOM Noon-2:00 p.m. - Open Tues., Thurs., Sat. 1502 3rd Avenue S. A. DANIEL GOLDSMITH MINISTER IChOO-FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00-MORNING SERVICE 7.-00-EVENIMG SERVICE DIAL-A-THOT - 327-4581 ;