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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Solurctay, March 3, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD H s RELIGION Exotic aborigine liturgy- ties the Eucharist down By ROBERT TRUMBULL New York Times Service MELBOURNE A spectac- ular new form of the Roman Catholic mass, with normally solemn portions of the sacred ritual Interpreted In foot-stamp- ing, arm-waving, hand-clap- ing songs and dances o{ the Australian aborigines, was a highlight of tho 40th Interna- tionat Eucharlstic liere last week. The congress, a Congress premier BILC GROENEN pnolo Slavic moon rise? A full winter moon climbs into the sky behind roof. the corner of 13lh St. and 7th Ave. N. is a spiritual centre tops of a Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church. This scene, easily mistaken for a picture from Eastern Europe, was recorded in Lethbridge. The Church of the Holy Trinity at for about 60 district families. Rev. L. Diaychnia is the minister. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH OF LEIHBRIDGE 12lh Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive PASTOR-REV. H. J. 327-6113 SUNDAY SCHOOL HOUR WORSHIP SERVICE Communion Service SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE Rev. H. J. Westman "A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL" Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church Invites you to listen to the Back to God Hour every Sun- day night at p.m. over CHEC radio. IT'S EASY TO BE GOOD explores the Biblical teaching that it is posible for men to have the law of God written on their hearts. Hebrews 8 10 speaks about this amaz- ing liberating truth. Why don't you listen in for once? The Christian Reformed church is located at 1807 2nd Ave. 'A' North in the city. Services at 10 a.m, and 7 p.m. You are invited cordially. Common Bible' viewed as step toward unity Presbytery conference Thursday The Southern Alberta presby- tery of the United Church of Canada has scheduled a two- day conference in Lethbridge Church of the Nazarene 9th Ave. and 16th Si. S. Phone 327-8E27 KEV. R. G. DEASLEY Minister Res. SUNDAY SERVICES School for all ages Worship Service Speaker: Dr. H. L. Smith Worship Service MIDWEEK SERVICES AS USUAL A Friendly Welcome Awaits You By COERCE W.- COBNEL AP Religion Writer NEW YOHK (AP) A com- mon Bible, the long-cherished dream of the Christian unity movement, now is complete. To be published in (he United States this spring, it has ap- proval ol Prolestant, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox leaders in the U.S., Europe and Asia. It is the result of vast collab- Pope Paul VI said when presented with a copy in Rome. Ever since the I6-century of the church, con- versions of the Bible ve been a major cause of gincss among the separate ranches of the faith, particu- larly among ordinary members. "They use a different went the usual expression of the presumably impenetrable wall of division, with little awa'renes how slightly the Bibles really differed. But increasingly in recent St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenue Souih M1NISTER-THE REVESEND I. D. HANKINSON, 6.A. ORGANIST-MR. W. VANDERKOOY GODS CREATED POWERS" MEANING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT" CHURCH SCHOOL: AH classes from nursery to adult at a.m. Nursery and kindergarten during church hour also. times, that wall has been breached with joint Bible re- search, joint commentaries and 'oint regional editions of Scrip- ure, a sequence culminating now wiih the broad-scale issu- ance of the new mutually ap- proved volume. Its cover reads, Revised Standard Version Common Bible. An international ecumenica group, the RSV Bible commit- tee, now headed by Rev. Dr Herbert G. May, of Oberlin Col lege in Ohio, has worked out the presentation and format of the new Bible. CONTAINS APOCRYPHA It consists of the RSV Old Testament, a translation pro- duced by .an inter-Protestan committee in 1952, a 1971 re vised edition of the RSV Testament, and seven interme NATIONAL HOMES. LIMITED Building a better home means adding more than just what the standards require! 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Its general acceptance marks one more step toward he end for which Jesus prayed men may all be one he added. Seven publishing companies lave been licensed to print the 'Olume, which came out Jan. 21 n Great Dritain, and is to be issued in the U.S. April 2. IAS CENTRAL SECTION In the agrced-on common the seven intermediary tiooks are included, as Catholics always have insisted, but they Thursday morning, conference sessions will be conducted in Fiilt United Church. Rev. Ken Jordan, city minister, said or- ganizers hope more than 150 delegates will attend. The Southern Alberta presy- tery is bounded by Crowsnesl Pass, Medicine Hat, Brooks and the Montana border. Guest speakers will include Bill Calderwood from the Uni versity of Lethbridge, discuss ing a study he had made of Klu Klux Man activities; Hilda Johnson a United Church mis sionary on furlough from India Rev. Archie Burse, social ser vice chaplain in Calgary; Rev. Phil Cline, president o tlie Alberta conference of th United Church of Canada. Other conference highlights Include a musical presentation by tlie Anne Campbell Singer and a Friday morning cornmui: ion service. event on the Roman Catholic calendar every four years, end- ed with the traditional service of rededication conducted by Lawrence Cardinal Shchan of Baltimore. More than 20 other car- dinals or cardinals-designate, and thousands of lower-ranking prelates and laity from many countries, attended the eight- program of religious ser- vices and seminars. Vestments Cardinal Shehan, the papal cgate to the congress, wore estments decorated by an ab- riginal artist. A woodblock rint of a tribal totem in the orm of a giant bird highlight- ed his gown as Cardinal Sliehan fficiated at the aboriginal mass, held in a covered out- door concert bowl before an estimated onlookers. The mass was performed at an altar constructed of bark, ndorned with traditional aborig- nal paintings of kangaroos, snakes and the emu, an ostrich- simulation of painted bare flesh. "There has never been a mass like this said an astonished priest from Auck- land, New Zealand. At times the rhythrtm be- came so contagious that the audience Joined spontaneously in tlie hand-clapping, as if the occasion were a show instead of a mass. But a priest explained that tte display made the mass no less sacred in its central sac- rament on the eucharist, the focus of the Eucharistic Con- gress, in which Catholics be- lieve that bread and win mirac- ulously becomes the flesh and blood of Christ at the moment of consecration. The new involvement of ab- original culture in the euchar- ist was regarded by prelates as an extension of tlie congress theme of human brotherhood, taken from the words of Christ to the apostles, one an- other as I have loved you." CARDINALS RESIGN VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul removed three cardinals from their Vatican jobs this week in a further re- shuffle of the central adminis- tration of the Roman Catholic Church. Three Italia ncardinals ike Australian bird. At key points such as the of- fertory, the space in front of the altar became a stage for the stirring dances with which certain tribes express spiritual concepts that their languages do not encompass. New liturgy This communications gap, which has hindered the integra- tion of the aboriginal tribes of Australia with the present-day world, was the reason for de- veloping the exotic new tribal liturgy. The dances, progressing grad- ually from gently swaying to complicated leaps, were ac- companied by hand claps, tap- ping of two sticks together and the deep, vibrant tones of an elongated woodwind called the Attendance, finances up at Central An up-swing in attendance and finances during the past year was reported recently at Central Church of Christ, Lethbridge. "Attendances have been run- ning from the mid-90s to the 120s most of tht time during the last few Rev. James Chapman told the con- gregation in his annual report. "It was a record year for fi- nances in each of two basic WILLIAM NELSON Family evening explained Family home evening pro- grams of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be explained hsre next Friday in a public meeting. William 0. Nelson, an LDS writer from Salt Lake City, Utah, will address the p.m. meeting in Lethbridge Staka house. 'Ail admission fee of 50 cents will be charged. Mr. Nelson prepares the writ- ten materials used by LDS members in conjunction with family home evening pro- grams. Non-members have success- fully adapted the program as a means of strengthening family units, reports Bob Mclmosh, Lethbridge LDS Institute of Re- ligion director. A question and answer dis- cussion will follow the address. Adventists proclaim temperance Temperance and a positive philosophy of the "good life" HI MM the message currently being areas the general fund and promoted by Lethbndge Sev- the new church he said, entli-day Advenfisls. are placed in a central, sepa- stepped down from key posts section, as Protestants originally, placed them. The new Bible also is anno- tated, meaning it includes notes of historical, geographical and other explanation, a long-held Catholic practice and one fre- quently used by Protestants. Pope Paul marvelled that the notes almost always present "a single and Identical interpreta- tion, vvliich can honestly be ac- cepted by representatives of all the confessions that have taken part in this work." Monday. With the latest decision, the pontiff removed Maximilien Cardinal de Furstenberg, 68, of the Netlierlancls as prefect or head of the Congregation for Eastern Churches. Paolo Cardi- nal Bertoli, 65, resigned as pre- fect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints or Canoniza- tions, and Giuseppe Cardinal Ferretto, 74, resigned as penitentiary major or head of the Office in Charges of In- dulgences. Both are Italians. Jesuit best seller lauds Karl Marx as 'prophet' National's caTal agues lisf over 60 home designs for choice two, three and more badrocm models to suir mott any building site and fomify budget. Investigate row be ready 1o build in ihe spring. ALBERTA SALES DIVISION: NATIONAL ENGINEERED STRUCTURES CO. LTD. MAIL THIS COUPON NATIONAL HOMES LIMITED Box 245, ABBOTSFORD, B.C. Plegso send me more informolion and details of National manufactured component homes. NAME................................. ADDRESS I PHONE I J m I priests. J_____________________________________IH_T Altho By PAUL 5IOFMANN New York Times Service ROME The current best seller in ecclesiastical book- stores here is a slim volume by a Spanish Jesuit who teaches at the pontifical Gregorian Uni- versity and praises Karl Marx as a "prophet." The author, Rev. Jose Maria niez-AleErria, also accuses the Roman Catholic Church of "vis- ceral suggests that the Vatican divest iiself of its riches, and describes priest- ly celibacy as "a factory of madmen." Diez-Algria, who teaches so- ciology at the church's fore- most institution of higher learning, has publicly criticized the conservative Vatican estab- lishment before. MEDDLING In March, 1970, Diez-Alegria and two other Jesuits of the Gregorian University faculty, in a newspaper interview, de- nounced the Vatican's opposi- tion to the divorce bill that was then before the Italian par- j liament as undue meddling in the country's domestic affairs. Diez-Alegria, who is 61 years old, has long been close to groups of left-wing Roman j Catholics in Italy, Spain, West 1 Germany and other countries. M His new book, entitled Yo iiCrco en la Espcranza (I bs- i licvc in has been pub- I lished by Desclee Brouwcr, in I Bilbao, Spain. The publisher 1 cannot, send enough copies to I Rome; a i soon as a new batch arrives, I he books are snapped up by eager buyers, mostly Although the volume is so far available only in Spanish, there is a waiting list for it in at least one bookstore here. An Italian translation is to be published in a few weeks. Our curia knows that It Is sitting on a a Jesuit scholar said recently. "Father Diez-Alegria's book is going to scandalize the Vatican even more than Father Kung did." Rev. Hans Kung is a Swiss theologian who teaches at Tu bingen University in West Ger many. In recent books, he has questioned papal infallibility and other traditional churcl doctrines. Diez Alegria, says he owes much to Marx although he does not subscribe to the materialis- tic philosophy of Marxism. GUIDED "Marx has guided me to re- discover Jesus Christ and the meaning of his he writes. Diez-Alegria contends that the Roman Catholic Church "as it has existed in history, contains little that is Christian." Diez-Alegria says that Chris- tianity must not become a po- litical instrument of Marxist so- cialism, "but neither must it be- come a political instrument of anti-communism, as it has been." According to the Jesuit, "ac- ceptance of the Marxist analy- sis of history, with its elements regarding the historical mean- ing of class struggle and the ne- cessary overthrow of private property, of the means of pro- duction, is not in any op- posed to faith and to the gos- pels." Tho aboriginal dancers and ingers were painted on the ace, body and limbs with dots nd streaks of yel'ow, blue, Mute and red paint in tradi- ional geometric patients, Diapers Tlie men wore only diaper- Total general income for 1972 was up about over the 1971 general Income, Total building fund offerings were up over the previous year. More younger families in adult programs and an in- creased regular attendance of children at Sunday school were other areas found encouraging by Mr. Chapman.. Senior officers of the congre- ike breechlouts, the women gation are Dave Coutts, board hort yellow skirls and tight chairman; Bill Pelham, church irown blouses the exact color i Clerk; Lloyd Hatt, treasurer; if their skins, with body paint Jana Rudd, Sunday school su- ipplied to the cloth in realistic I perintendent. Clitt'rch Chuckles by GARTWRTGHT CM AS Frances Quaroni, temperance secretary for the city congre- gation, is co-ordinating place- ment of a church magazine, Lis- ten, in school and public libra- ries. The publication battles the so- cial problems of tobacco, al- cohol and drug addiction with experiences il well known public personalities. City Adventists are being asked to sponsor subscriptions in support of each magazine placement. Art Unkletter, Peggy Flem- ing, professional athletes and public officials have been fea- tured in the publication, ex-- plains Rev. Arthur Hands. A IS-minuto cassette record- ing supporting the temperance theme is also available through the local congregation, Mr. Hands said. 'And on the seventh day... He THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue S. Corps Officers MAJORS THEIMA M. JOAN M. PIERCE School Worship Worship Service study WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME. DIAL-A-THOT 327-4581 SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720-21 Ave. S. .Donald R. Givens, Evangelist Sunday: Bible Study a.m, Worship: a.m. and p.m. Wed: p.m. for Tnformtilion ond Homo Study Phone: 328 0972 or 328-0855 EVERYONE WEICOME CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 1203 4 AVE. S. SUNDAY "The TRUTH That HEALS" School Service "CHRIST JESUS" WEDNESDAY Meeting READING ROOM p.m. Open Tues., Thurs., Sat. 1302 3rd Avenue S. A. DANIEL GOLDSMITH MINISTER FAMILY SUNDAY SCHOOL "WHY I BELIEVE IN ETERNAL LIFE" VISITORS ONLY A FILM PRESENTING AN HONEST LOOK AT PERSONAL INVOLVEMENT MAR. p.m. CHINESE LANGUAGE SERVICE WITH REV. S. LEE AND GROUP FROM CALGARY ;