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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 19, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 Prairie lighthouse c? New Dayton Roman Catholics worship in a church which traces its history back to 1923. Rev. Jules Bidoult, an Oblate missionary contributed significantly in the for- mation of the congregation. Weekly mass is now said by Rev. Joseph O'Reilly, a member of the Basilian Fathers of Lethbridge. Prayer houses reflect inward turn by society Uganda missions to exit? KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) The time of decision has come for American and other foreign Christian missionaries in this central African country. The three-year work permits for United States-Cana- dian, British, Italian, and Dutch missionaries are about to run out and President Idi Amin, a Moslem, seems to be persisting in his expressed desire to turn the with every- thing else in to Ugandans. If Amin's government does r.ot renew the wofk permits the foreigners will have to leave, and under the law they can take with them only the equiva- lent in Ugandan pounds of Many, if not most, want to stay. "This after so said one Protestant missionary who came here 18 years ago. "I'd like to stay." Speaking of President Amin, he adds: "No, he is not anti-Christian as some say. He just wants the white man to go and Africans run Uganda's churches." Amin denies he wants to make Uganda a Moslem coun- try. Of the 10 million population, eight million are Christians, an- other million Moslems and the rest practise tribal religions. Amin says talk that he wants to make Islam the dominant re- ligion is just propaganda. But he adds: "Any religious leader who brings confusion will be dealt with by a military tri- bunal." Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 1509-29th Street So. H. P. NIKKEI, Co-oi-dinotor Phone 345-3335 School Service NO EVENING SERVICE THE SALVATION ARMY 1302 4th Avenue S. Corps Officers MAJORS THELMA M. CORNET, JOAN M. PIERCE School Worship Service KEY '73 PREACHING MISSION May 21 May 25 75th ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Sunday, May 27 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Captain Roy Calvert from Calgary Temple Guest Speaker an unusual giited preacher Music by Band and Songsters Guest Soloist Mrs. Betty Graham, also from Calgary WE INVITE YOU TO MAKE THE ARMY YOUR CHURCH HOME St. Andrew's PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1818 5th Avenue South MINISTER-THE REVEREND L. D. HANKINSON, B.A. ORGANIST-MR. W. VANDERKQOY ALL" OR POWER" Church classes from nursery to kindergarten at p.m. Nursery and kindergarten during chruch hour also. United cools Israel quarrel By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer NEW YORK (AP) After a period of decline, prayer is regarded by many religious au- thorities as making a strong comeback. An "imvard Rev. W. Norris Clarke, a Jesuit philos- opher, calls it a "turn back to contemplation as to the living roots of truly iruitful action The resurgence shows up in the spread of prayer houses. prayer retreats and shared prayer groups, in the growing charismatic movement of Pentecostal like prayer meet- ings in major Protestant and, Catholic denominations, in the youthful interest in Oriental meditation. "People all about us are hun- gry for dimensions of mystery, for oi HIP -Hrir." says Rev Dr C. F. Allison of Virginia Theological Seminary, an Episcopal institution Church Chuckles VCARTWRlfHT