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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 17, 197} THE LETHBRIDGl HEXALD 37 No government funds for church aitl program Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON The Alberta jjovernment lias turned down a inquest to match provincial res- idenls dollar for dollar to aid the underdeveloped nations. Catholics recruit with TV ads MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) Several Reman Catholic groups in Minnesota have bought worth of televi- siat time in an effort io re- cruit yoimg men for the priest- hood. The, half-hour program, a locally-rpcduced .film, shows the priesthood as a career of difficult study, discipline and challenge, leading to reward- ing service. The need for priests has be- ccm.e acute. Ths call to' re- cruits ordinarily is made in ssr- mcns and church bulletins but apparently it has been ineffec- tive. A recent survey by the Arch- diocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis showed the population of church-going Catholics in Hie diccese likely increase by by 1930, while HID num- ber of priests is expected to drop to alxmt 250 from the present 400. However, Premier Lougheed has lold the legislature the province may expand its pro- gram of loaning senior civil servants on one or two-year contracts. Ashely Cooper (SC-Vermillior.- Viking) asked what response he government intends to a nation-wide church appeal for aid for the world's poor. Representatives of tiie Angli can, Catholic, Lutheran, Prcs- >ylerian and United churches made an appeal to cabinet at a ireakfast meeting in Edmonton Wednesday. The premier reported to the legislature that the churchmen had said "the per capita con- tributions by Alberta citizens matters of international aid was the highest of any prov- ince in Canada, which I was pleased to hear." Jie said the church group was invited to submit a request for the loan of government employ ees for overseas duty complete ivith qualifications desired and destination country. The civil servants chosen would also "bring back to thi province a broader expsri Premier Loughecu said Premier Lougheed said t h cabinet endorsed the clmrcl appeal, saying "it's a respon sibility cf the people of Albert to consider the problems. W said that we felt very definitely though, that oar priorities ha to be with the Indian and Meti people and the other peopl within our own province." MOUNTAIN SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES SODDING LANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING For more information contact ROSS NIELSON LETHBRIDGE. AlBERTA PHONE 328.0524 Liberal Dutch priests till irritate Rome Stolen painting A valuable painting Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, the Glory of the Saints, above was stolen Ihis week from the Church of All Saints near Bergamo, italy. About 12 fee long and eight feet wide, the painting depicls the Virgin Mary surrounded by a group of saints. By PAUL HOFMANN New York Times Service NOORDWIJKERHOUT, The etherlands Differences with- thc Roman Catholic church 1 the Netherlands and between s strong liberal wing and the atican came into tha open ere at a recent three day meeting. Pope Paul's envoy, or pro- undo, the most Rev. Angelo "clici, walked out of the con- erenco in anger when two riesls harshly attacked the 'oungest and most conservative nembers of the Dutch hierar- :hy, the Most Rev, Jan. M. JijEen, Bishop of Roermond. Bishop Gijsen, a 40-year-oM ormer professor of church his- tory, was appointed by the Pope a year ago as the spiritual lead- er of a million catholics in Lim- >urg province, over the strong opposition cf local church lead ere. NO EMOTION The bishop was seated a', thi right end of a panel made up o the heads of his nation's sevea dioceses. When he was criti cized, he showed no emotion Also present in the hall of thi Dutch church's modern con gress center here a forme seminary situated behvee Amsterdam and The Hague were 84 priests and member of the laity whom tha hierarch had invited to discuss pastora problems. The divisions between Libe als and conservatives amon the five million Horn an Cathc lies in The Netherlands, rough ly 40 per cent of the nation aie over priestly celibacy, bin control, the role of the lait and especially of women in if church, and interpretation c the bible. LIBERAL MAJORITY Liberals were ovenvhelmin_ ly in tlie majority at the pas oral meeting here. Most of the iosts participating were not clerical garb and very few esides seven bishops wore erieal collars. The attack on Bishop Gijsen as opened by the Rev. Piet an den Baar, who said ho was xsf mg on behalf of the entire etegation from Limburg in xpressing the distress of the Deople at being "victimized" y the way the diocese was eing governed. An industrial chaplain from imburg, Rev. Frans Adams, aid that conservatives were aking over power in the ioceso systematically. "This is n Insult to the- whole diocese, ind it cannot submit to this the chaplain said. He harged that the move was 'connected with economic, so- cial and political SXIT When the Pope's envoy, a 53- year-old hawk faced Italian stalked out of the hall, a mem uer of the meeting's steering committee, Marga Klompe, fol owed him and asked him to re- urn Io his seat: Dr. Klompe is a former mem- rer of The Netherlands govern- ment who is on the board of the- Vatican's Commission for Jus- ice and Peace, She told the pronuncio that, after all, every- >ne in the meeting was free to express his views. "And I am free to Arch- Feliti replied. But he re- lumed to the meeting Sunday. The Roman Catholic primate of The Netherlands, Bernard Cardinal Alerink, lold the con- ference later that he regretted, .he emotional turn the discus- sions had taken. "I understand this, but it doesn't make dialogue the 72-year-old cardinal said. He observed that, despite all the tensions in the Butch church, "there is a willingness to stay together hands are being extended, .though not from all sides." Some listeners seemed to interpret the cardi- nal's last remark as a stab at ultracoiiservatives in the Dutch church and in the Vatican. I I I I'LL HELP YOU GET THE HOME YOU WANT! i ART DRIEDIGER Send (or your free 1973 Home Guide Today. P. Q. Box 3034, Postal SlatEon 1B', Calgary, Alberta QLLAR PRICES EFFECTIVE March 19th and 20th CENTRE VILLAGE MALL BACON GRADE 'A' MEDIUM EVAP. MILK CARNATION TOP VALUE.................... 16 oz. tin NO. 2 GEMS Potatoes COFFEE REG. GRIND ALL VARIETIES DINNERS PIES 714 or. pkgs. 1 I pk 6 hr 1' CANTALOUPE SERVE WITH ICE CREAM 4 ;