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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 2, 1974 Charismatic roots find Catholic support Old Testament study The education committee of Assumption Roman Catholic parish council is sponsoring a series of informal talks by Dr. L R McKenzie entitled The Old Testament in the Modern World Topics include Genesis: Science and the Seven-Day Wonder, Monday, Job and The Modern Dilemma, Nov. 18; and Ruth The Ancestor of Christ, Nov. 25 Interested persons have been invited tu bring a copy of the Old Testament with them to the Catholic Education Centre, 534 18th Street S. at 8 p.m. on any of these dates. By EDWARD B. FISKE New York Times Service NEW ORLEANS About 50 persons assembled one night recently in the music room of St. Edward the Confessor Parochial School, half of them seated at desks gathered in circles of four or five and the rest standing behind them with their hands on the initiates' heads or shoulders. Mary Ann Willis, a 21-year- old saleswoman in a local specialty store, was seated near a row of windows with her eyes closed in prayer. Suddenly she began speaking as if in a foreign language: "Ye ked ee akay kan danee shangda." "The sounds just came out as if I had known how to do it all my she explained afterward. "It was so natural and beautiful. I felt great peace, inner peace and closeness to God. And I cried. You couldn't help but cry, it was so beautiful." That moment marked Miss Willis' "baptism in the Holy and with it she joined the ranks of about half a million Christians who are members of the "charismatic renewal'' or neo- Pentecostal" movement in the Roman Catholic and ma- jor Protestant churches. Common sense people wear HARDLJTE LENSES The Common Sense Lens In some localities hard resin protective lenses are Law1 Why9 They're shatterproof. They're only half the weight of ordinary lenses. They're backed by a 00 warranty against eye injury. They're available in YOUR prescription So who needs a law9 OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 7th ST S LETHBRIDGE- Phone 377 3609 WANTED! By Bastedo Furniture UPHOLSTERY SAMPLES That have been borrowed and not returned. Will pick-up at no cost and no questions asked. PLEASE PHONE 329-3244 ''Charismatics'' are evangelical Christians who emphasize the importance of religious experience such as prayer and liturgies that follow a free flow of emotion and a "personal" relationship between the believer and Jesus. They take their name from the "charisms" or "spiritual mentioned in the New Testmant, which include prophesy, wisdom, heal- ing, discernment of spirits and speaking in tongues. They are best known for their practice of the latter, which is also known as "glossolalia" and consists of praying in what seems to the hearer to be a foreign language. The charismatic renewal movement first attracted national attention in the late 1960's when it took hold in the Roman Catholic Church. There are now estimated to be 350.000 Catholic charismatics in North America and abroad. Last year's annual assembly at Notre Dame University drew persons. In the last year or so the movement has begun to take on several new dimensions. Charismatics have begun to establish communal and charismatic caucuses have been established in several major Protestant denom- inations. Charismatics JANE FONDAS DONALD SUTHERLAND onight cdoemyp errormcnce KLUTE a haunting, intelligent and powerful suspense thriller. Stars Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Don't miss it Tonight's Academy Performance on CFCN T.V. ChanneMS Cable 4 in all churches have begun to think in increasing ecumenical terms. The movement faces serious problems, including charges that it is divisive, but most of its leaders believe that it is now in a position to become a major force for change in American churches. "We expect charismatic renewal to permeate the church and become normative in theory if not always in practice said Steve Clark, a Yale graduate and a Catholic, who is a chief theoretician of the movement. Charismatic renewal traces its origin to Pentecost. Ac- cording to the Book of Acts, the Holy Spirit des- cended on members of the early Christian church as a "pillar of and the disciples began to "speak with other tongues." When a crowd gathered, it continued, "every man heard them speak in his own language." The practice of speaking in tongues virtually disappeared from Christian churches after the second-century struggle with Montanism, a movement that carried emotionalism to extremes and achieved near- heresy status. But shortly after 1900 it was revived in the Southern and Western United States. Out of this revival came the so-called "classical Pentecostal" denominations, such as the assemblies of God, Albertans visit Pope VATICAN CITY (AFP) Seven Canadian Roman Catholic bishops from Alberta had a private audience with Pope Paul on Thursday. Speaking in English, the Pope assured them of his solidarity and support in their daily pastoral work. The prelates were Archbishop Henri Legare of Girouard-McLennan, who attended the synod of bishops here during the last month, and Archbishop Joseph MacNeil of Edmonton, Bishop Paul Piche of Mackenzie-Fort Smith, Bishop of Calgary Paul O'Byrne. Bishop Raymond Roy of Saint-Paul, and Ukrai- nian Bishop Nile Savaryn of Edmonton and his auxiliary Martin Greschuk. which now have about four million members in the United States and about 30 million followers abroad. The charismatic renewal movement in the Catholic church is now well organized, with its principal offices in Ann Arbor, Mich., and South Bend, Ind. A seven-member service committee supervises the publishing of periodicals and books, the organizing of local and national conferences and the distribution of tapes. The movement has been spurred by the support of figures such as Leo-Joseph Cardinal Suenans of Belgium and the Most Reverend Joseph McKinney, the auxiliary Bishop of Grand Rapids. Both are avowed charismatics. A Benedictine monastery in Pecos, N.M., now operates on a charismatic basis, and a Pentecostal parochial school has been established in Providence, R.I. (Former) PINCHER CREEK MOTORS AUCTION SALE Pincher Creek Community Hall 1 p.m. Sharp SATURDAY, NOV. 9th Having been favoured with Imtrucllont from Mr. J. H. Morgan, proprietor of the former Pincher Creek hat been told, we will offer for tale by public auction the following TERMS CASH LUNCH AVAILABLE VEHICLES 1973 Datsun pick-up, gold color, miles, 1972 Chevelle Wagon, green, 307, auto trans OUT OF STOCK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Box of assorted steel brake lines 5 gallons windshield antifreeze. Assorted fuses 6 gallon can "D" tar. Case of mixed oil. Box of wheel weights 4 cans steering lube. Box of heavy truck cross chains Box spark plug ends and boots. Box battery cables and oil line filters Pile seat covers Roll spark plug wire Box assorted lamps and lenses Case Rhino Hide body cleaner 12 cans QX Moly oil Set Volks Baby Moon hub caps No slip differential No. E119 and E19. Whiz rust stop, auto polish Assortment Bower wheel bearings Box round frost shields Box assorted thermostats Assortment hose clamps. 1 open end wrenches. Box of cans of Rad Ad. Sheet metal screws- lock washers. Box Dustbane. 4 boxes dram plugs, self threading Box assorted muffler clamps. Box tire valves and cores Pair of safety stands Box plastic beverage holders. Box of sanding discs Box Ravovac flash light batteries. Box Cryko copper gaskets. Box clips and fasteners. Car mirrors. Several sets brake shoes Assorted tail pipes 25 ft. extension cord. Case gas line antifreeze Box univ. studs, bumper bolts 5 sets booster cables Box V Bar truck cross chains. Battery cleaner, tire patchsc Box U joint kits Box of flashers Box large bolts Box assorted bulbs. Box Universal studs. Seal remover kit Assorted speed nuts, cotter keys Box oil pan plugs and gaskets Box sand paper. Valve extensions and patches 12 Bars body solder Assorted shock rubbers and bush. Two trailer couplers Remote starter. 5 gal. Kem Quad industrial safety solvent (water solu- Electric wire, electric tape. 10 brake repair kits Two truck bump- Tire chains, set of tow hooks Gallon color thinner. 6-five stud wheels for '74 Chev half ton. Starting fluid, ignition spray. Roll heater hose. Roll Vi" heater hose Box of fiber washers. 5 gal. Swepco metal seal Box Chicago rawhide seals Tubes of Lubriplate. 2 boxes soft plugs cup and saucsr type Boxes of bolts and nuts Piut c> boxes of uteful Itemt too nurnerout to littl USED Set full time hubs for 1969 4x4 used tire bead breaker. NEW TIRES One 650x16x6 Grip Kelly tire Two 825x15x4 Gulf Blazer grip studded One 750x17x8 Goodrich Silvertown. One 775x17x8 Dunlop Univ. trac- tion One 800x20x8 Zenith road tread. Two 775x15x4 Gulf Blazer trac- tion, studded 650x16x4 Goodrich Trail Maker 8x195x8 Firestone All Traction 550x12x4 Firestone road tread. 600x13x4 Goodrich Sil- vertown Trail Maker Two 825x15 Uniroyal w.w. G78x15 Goodrich WW One 775x14 Goodyear road tread. Piease note the above are all brand new. There are many to be cold. NOTE Descriptions given above act as a guide only and in no way expressed warranties, actual or implied. All items sold "As is Please inspect items which interest you prior to their being auc- tioned AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Car you can beat the high cott of garage work on your car by getting in on the many everyday car offered in this tale. We have Hated only a portion of the goods avail- ale. There are hundreds of of merchandised! Come and see for yourself. SALE CONDUCTED BY DON WALPER AUCTIONEERING PINCHER CREEK PHONE 627-3760 DON WALPER ROY FJORDBOTTEN _______LIC.0102S9______________ Lie. 010237 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CARPENTRY Designed for students interested in upgrading their carpentry skills Students may qualify to write the Alberta Carpentry Certificate Examination Course work includes instruction in: power and hand tools, building layout, form work and framing, concrete, doors and windows, stairs, metal studs, roof framing, exterior and interior finishing. 12 Wednesdays p.m. and 12 Saturdays 9 a.m -12 noon STARTING NOVEMBER 20, 1974 FEE: S95.00 (Financial Assistance is available to qualifying students) METAL STUDDING CONSTRUCTION SEMINAR Instruction on the theory of metal studding with special emphasis on proper application and adaptability of metal studs. Wednesday. November 20, 1974 p.m. to p.m FEE: S10.00 SPECIAL DAY-TIME BUSINESS COURSES TYPING (5 weeks. a.m. to 12 noon, Monday to Friday) A course for beginners or refreshing an old skill Fundamentals of touch typing and standard letter styles Develop skills for typing business and personal letters, manuscripts, reports and special forms. FEE: S37 50 MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION <3 weeks 9 am to 12 noon. Monday to Friday) Learn to be a skilled dicta-typist through practice with prepared material! on different kinds of transcription machines I Students progress to more difficult office dictation and develop a "firstj time correct" technique in completing their machine transcription! materials FEE S2? 50 PAYROLLING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE PAYABLE (2 weeks 9 00 to 12 noon, Monday to Friday) A basic bookkeeping course dealing specifically with payrollmg. receivables and payables. FEE 00 These Courses Are Starting CONTACT: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lethbridge Community College Phone 327-2141 Extension 228 ;