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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 TIIC lEiiBlllDGE HFCAl acfua t openly and formn'ly t n (iie Aiu'.l-L-an tf'i li.'. iher :i n: r.d Itv.' Caliiolic Cliureh fin ihc ;ire says {'anon II. Puxley, an expert jn rv-umeni.-'n. "Ant'lir; r.s an- rvnim.ilt.ed union I'niied Chi'-.'t'h Tbere is mi from this v. ilhi.u1. loss <'f f.'icc. V.'r ;i-c lo liie I'niied CiiiitTli and so ive plod Eilong in these mediations with Ir-oin. "With the Roman Of.thnlirs ...................------0....... there is tho spirit and fire of a j pyman. has had 40 years of Dnlcli church urges acceptance 'Reincrl winch It describes as "shorten- he made between these two c! IM- ing P. human life without pros-' forms. -ml church pert of recovery in order to ai-' Many members of the coimcil r- oi ieviati Ibc patient's suffering." j fell, according to the report, I; points on! Itat it is often that active euthanasia was un- cxtrcmely diffieuit lo ciderrmnc. justified under all cirnim- ihc Iwrdi-r teiwpra pas.-ivc and stances. Diliers, however, ex- j active But it raises i pressed the view that it was not j d by the C: lurch's svnoc' nexl v. Dra'-ui un i'.ie church's council for dr.vch and theology, tlie repor: defines eu- thanasia as "refraining from medical aimed zl prokfijEliriC iv-imart life as much a.s rossible even tiiougii fjrere are no prospects of recov- er.'." A3 an CAimple, the report im'r.iior.s patients being kept J sine for yi.-rs it has j Out. (CP) t He said financial confribu- brcn eslablislu'.! thai, then- lirain _ allciulane? is lagging lions to the church have in- trHlox is dead and they will to population in- creased in tire number of theol- Tcg.iin cT'e.ascs, Ihe Anglican CV.ureh ij' opy SUKJCTVLS fit Canadian uni- Csnada has a "very positive fu- vcrsities. tnre." Archbishop Edvranl IV. "There also has been a tend- Scott said. Dncy fur many of ordained Ardibishop Scolt. primate of miiiisicrs who loft the church a Anglican Chlirch and few years ago to return." lip ore committed The fin her feeis (hat "the lives o: children bom wilh severe (leforiri'.'es make it impassibio for them to live e" sliould irot be prolonged by of spokesman for almost two mil- treatment. lion Anglicans in Canada, said 1VI, j the church is cnjoyEK a much higher level of commitment jNei'Jier would it he justified. from its members than it has the report to continue before. under all circumstances pro- "Perhaps the church Isn't as loncins Ihe :ives of aged people, big as it could be in terms of' tuti0n. Tlie CII CAN LEARN archbishop said the j medievalism, or 'he church ran learn from modern United Church. Canon Puxlcy vouth movements like the Jesus I People who stress commitment He sa-vs church to a person rather than an insti-! Is m the midst of a second are tired of Lying against mo.mliersbip. but Uio people are Lheir more he said in an The report is less pc.sUive interview. "I i' Ibis makes about "a c 11 v e eu'Jinnasia." for strer.gth and not weakness." RiSllArTABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRACLES Pallor: Rev. T. W. Roycrofl Corner ilh Avo. and I3lh Si. S. H. 15 Service Service Lokevisw Mennonite Brethren Church 1509-J9lh Slreel So. H. r. MIKm, Cc-ordinolor Ph. 345.333J Worship Service School No Evening Jany of these people are ex- tremely Archbishop Scott said. "The Christian church began with the people who accepted the invitation of Christ to follow Him. I think sometimes we tend to ignore that point But. he said, tiia Jesus People "will find life is a little more complex than they are willing lo admit." 'T don't mean to condemn these people. Heaven help us it wo didn't have their idealism. The danger is they have an ide- alism that can be undercut when they face the complex is- sues of the day." THE SALVATION ARMY Corps Officer CAPT. AND MRS. H. COBB 1302 4th Avenue S. School Worship Service Southern Alberta crusade WE YOU TO MAKE THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME foible of Corner 5lh Ave- end 18th St. Millennial j Sunday Morning Teslameril Church Evening 7.00 D. OLDFIEID, EVERYONE Reformation. "It fames from Vatican II. Vatican II may be the biggest event since Pentecost lie disagrees with tho.-e say that: the Anglican Ciiirch witli sacrnmonrsl nhos and ailc-ehment to tradition is an illogical pr.rtner for the more evangelistic, preachmg- centred United Church. "I find it riifficull lo place differences of that sort be- tween the "United Church nnri Angh'csLns. Oh, there ere dif- ferences like titling instead of kneeling, elders distributing wine instead of going no to c'mmunion. But wiien you come outside onto Bay Street you can'l tell an Angli- can from a Uniled drorcii- man." He dccsn't envisage two churches emerging from union, a high church from both groups and a low dr.jch from both. "That's theoretically possi- ble but from the practical of view it i? unlikely. high church Anglicans v.ould wont to stick close to L'ie notion of apostolic minis- try, ail would join willi the United Clnncii. Some w o u 1 d hold oil and join Tiome." 1 n Ink'r-diureh new adventure. In Uic Angli- I experience CMi-Koman Catholic dialogic conlacl. u-e arc mil commitlcd. There- i Criiics of Iks cuiniiluin fore, the and .spoil- j that imily is being pushed lairity. We together j through from above U'ithcut when ive want to." grass-rods support. Canon dij-ector of Canon Puxley admits Lhat the Ecumenical Inslilule of Christian 1'Jiily "is still an ('r.nada rnd an Anglican clcr- idea rnUier Ilian an aclualily'' 9lh 16th 51. S. Ph-nn 357E327 Btv. R. G. MiniMcr Res. 327-i7J6 SUNDAY SERVICES P a.m.-Sunday School Classes for All ,n Worship Guest Speaker: Captain of th" Salvation Army. Crusade Praver A mass local choir ?ing at the Southern Alberta Cru- sade for Christ in the Lelb- bridge Exhibition Pavilion at p.m. nightly, Sundays at p.m. from Febmary 27 to March 5. Directed by tire music direc- tor wiLh Crusade Evange- lism Harvey Schroaler, himself a lenor soloist, they will blend their voices with oilier crusade ciaLs. Mr. is a grad- irate cf Canadian Bible College I in Rc-gina, Sasfcatohewan. He t.ravollcd for a number of years the Four Parsons Quartet prior to joining Cnisado j wa.s director of iiiiisic al Temple in and also lia.s lllufl1 170 OlH- The Allierla tVu-; :'iicl c.-bj-c-lives iu- -Mde Christ i.-, (me, of in.we !rom Nova Scotia I lo Urilish Columbia lliat his aiTange- j u crusades conducted April 30 Respect for Life Bav OTTAWA fCPl .Sunday.! April :iO, hn.s bcon as second Uc.spect i fc- l.iv IXiy, E. I ('riisade I tional. Brrry Moore of ngolism Intcnia- DEDICATE GIDEON BIBLES a continuing memorial Ph. 327-5322 or 328-4565 PLACED IN HOTELS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITALS, PRISONS !rnlial cni .MK'irty. soi'i.n! v.-cifarc cuiro.s fonn- n connnillci: li on the project. T h e conference. in is the nf, archbishops